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Self Care for Stressful Times - Taking care of yourself at home

Self Care for Stressful Times - Taking care of yourself at home

While you might not be able to go to the spa to get a relaxing massage, to the gym to sweat out the stress, or other ways you alleviate stress, there are things you can do at home. These simple tips, tricks, DIYs, and techniques will help melt some of the layers away.

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What you need to know to DIY Hand Sanitizer

What you need to know to DIY Hand Sanitizer

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The Nonsense in Scents

The Nonsense in Scents

When I wrote my first book in 2007, the idea that there could be toxic chemicals in personal care products like toothpaste, soap and shampoo was groundbreaking. All these years later while the topic has become the center for the natural cosmetic and personal care revolution, there is still widespread confusion and misunderstanding of what is good or bad for you, and what to avoid.

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85/15% Lifestyle

85/15% Lifestyle

I’m not an extremist who thinks we should all sew our own clothes and eat only what we produce ourselves. I believe in affecting change through moderation. This is where my 85%/15% lifestyle comes into play. I aim to be healthy 85% of the time, reserving 15% for some vitamin J: junk.

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Sum Solutions to Complement Detox

Sum Solutions to Complement Detox

Discover some ingredients to look for when detoxing in skin care and the results you might expect if you stay committed and help your body rid itself of harmful toxins and chemicals.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Deborah Interviews Radiologist Dr. Dana Bonaminio

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Deborah Interviews Radiologist Dr. Dana Bonaminio

For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Deborah interviewed radiologist Dr. Dana Bonaminio about her work in breast imaging, cancer and skin care, and how empowerment that comes from taking an active role in your own breast health. Dr. Dana Bonaminio is a fellowship-trained, board-certified radiologist specializing in breas

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March is the Month to Spice it Up

March is the Month to Spice it Up

Culinary spices are important ingredients in skin care for their multifarious benefits, including anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, redness reducing, and more. So spice it up this winter, both internally and externally. 

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Did Mother Nature Make That?

Did Mother Nature Make That?

Which ingredients are best for your skin? This is a hot topic. Companies spend a lot of time, money, and resources enticing consumers to buy products containing newly discovered “miracle” ingredients. Truth be told, Mother Nature has all the ingredients we need and looking to the earth itself can often solve our skin issues.

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The Amazing Skin Benefits of Sex

The Amazing Skin Benefits of Sex

Tousled hair, rosy cheeks, and a telltale glow. Does this combination sound familiar? The topic of sex is slowly coming out from under the sheets, being talked about more openly and studied in more depth. More and more research is showing the amazing benefits of sex for overall well-being—from mood elevation to physical fitness to heart health. But that’s not all. Sex also works wonders for your skin! When it comes to skin, this may be your fountain of youth. Why? Let’s talk about the birds and the bees:

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Are you a conscious beauty shopper?

Are you a conscious beauty shopper?

April 22 is Earth Day–a time to celebrate our planet and bring awareness to our impact on it. As consumer consciousness expands and evolves, conscious buying power forces industries to follow suit. But what does it mean to be a conscious beauty shopper? Purchasing a skincare or beauty product may seem like a beginning to the buyer. In reality, it’s a latter stage of a long chain of events that get products to market and each link in the chain has its own impact on the Earth in one way or another.

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