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Health Blog

  • Skin Tags on Eyelids are very Common

    The good news regarding skintags on the eyelids is that they are not dangerous in any way and they are not usually painful,  However, they may become irritated and sensitive if they catch on clothing or jewellery.
  • Top Tips for Dog Owners on How to Use Essential Oils

     

    We want to care for our dogs, giving them all the love and attention they deserve - and one of the ways we can help them (when there is a need) is through essential oils. 

  • How to Remove Any Skin Tag

    Skin tags are small growths that hang off your skin. 

    Although they are common, they are harmless but you should never attempt to remove skin tags yourself in an unsafe way because they could bleed heavily especially if they are large.

    However, there are safe and gentle ways for them to be removed. 

  • Can You Naturally Remove Skin Tags?

    Skin tags start off small and fairly insignificant but they can quickly grow and become a problem both because of their appearance and the fact that they can get in the way.

    The good news about skin tags is that they are harmless and benign - made up of fibrous connective tissues.  Find out more about getting rid of them...

  • How To Get Rid Of Skin Tags

    A skin tag is a small flap of tissue that hangs off the skin by a connecting stalk. The good news is that skin tags are not dangerous.  Find out where they appear on the body.
  • A Natural Solution for Skin Tags

    Skin tags can appear and start to grow bigger on various parts of the body but especially in those areas where the skin is more relaxed - around the eyes, under the armpits, on the neck or even in the groin.  But if the tags cause you embarrassment or irritation, there are various ways to remove them...
  • How to Remove Skin Tags

    Skin tags are painless growths on the skin, connected to the skin by a small, thin stalk called a peduncle.  They become quite common in both men and women - especially after the age of fifty. Although they can appear anywhere on your body, though they’re commonly found in places where there are skin folds.  Find out more and what you can do about them...

  • Top 10 Tips For a Flawless Winter Skin Care Regime

    In winters, especially if the climate is cold and dry, the humidity level remains low. This can affect your skin, making it dry too and in need of moisturizing.
    Our skin is the barrier that keeps water inside our bodies. When it is dry and cold, that water is able to evaporate off the surface faster and easier. Moisturizing is the first step to keeping skin hydrated throughout winter. Try to invest in the best skin products - with quality more vital than quantity.