Tuesday, 31 December 2013

Almond Hand Cream

. Keep Buzzin’ Hand Creams

Natural Hand Cream
I love the hand creams from Keep Buzzin’ Body Products. I have one by my desk and one by my bed on the nightstand. They’re thick and creamy in texture (but not greasy), and they’re richly scented without the fragrance being overwhelming. I’ve tried the Tangerine, Cherry-Almond, and Lavender scents — and while I like them all, I’d have to say the Cherry-Almond is my favorite. (You can also choose a non-scented option.) These hand creams include cocoa, mango, cupuacu and shea butters and never include parabens, sulfates, oxy benzone or added color.

This company also seems flat-out cool. The packaging and branding is fun and pretty, and they even use jars made in the U.S. out of 100 percent recycled materials. Their slogan is “Good for Your Body — Good for the Planet.”

Read more: http://www.motherearthnews.com/natural-health/natural-beauty-products-gift-guide-zb0z1312zsto.aspx#ixzz2p18a605f

Friday, 27 December 2013

How To Get Rid Of Under Eye Bags~


As we get older, the fight that we put up against gravity constantly starts to lose out. Our skin has an elasticity factor inbuilt in it. As we get older, the elasticity starts to lose out. The fat that is behind the skin starts to droop and the skin elasticity wears off and hence, the skin starts to sag. Under eye bags is a common but inevitable sign of aging. When we are young the healthy skin and the tight muscles hold the fat back. As we grow older, we lose out the fight against gravity and we end up with puffy bags that outline our eyes. There can be many causes for which one can develop under eye bags. As per the cause, the symptoms will vary. There are simple home remedies that one can resort to in order to keep those under eye bags away or at least, to a minimum.

Causes Of Under Eye Bags

Besides gravity working on our skin and the aging process becoming evident, there are other causes that can lead to under eye bags:
•    It could be due to the diet that you are following – when one follows a crash diet and restricts the amount of fat and carbs intake to a great deal, it could show effects with tired and baggy eyes.
•    The ways one sleeps can also lead to under eye bags
•    Allergies could also lead to puffy eyes and eyes that have bags under them
•    Cold or a sinus infection can lead to water build up under the eyes
•    If one has consumed salty food or spent a night crying, it could lead to puffiness under the eyes as a result of osmosis

Symptoms Of Under Eye Bags

The symptoms of under eye bags are usually common and do not have any pain or discomfort attached to them:
•    The skin under the eye is swollen
•    The skin is layered and dark in appearance
•    The eyes look tired due to the under eye bags

How To Get Rid Of Under Eye Bags

Under eye bags may be a common phenomenon but it is easy to get simple fixes for them at home. Under eye bags makes one look tired, old and fatigued. That can dampen one’s appearance. It is best that the effective home remedies are employed to control such a condition.

1.    Treat The Allergy

If you have hay fever, it would be best that you treat it so that:
•    The puffiness around the eye is reduced
•    Over the counter or common allergy medications can help

2.    Opt For A Neti Pot

Usually fluid build up in the nasal cavity and facial areas leads to puffiness under the eyes.
•    Taking steam
•    Irrigating the nasal passageways can help to relieve the fluid build up and reduce the puffiness or under eye bags.

3.    Change The Sleeping Position

Sometimes the under eye bags are caused due to the kind of sleeping position that one adopts:
•    Sleeping on the side
•    Sleeping on one’s stomach
These are some positions that encourage fluids to collect under the eyes. One can sleep on their back and keep an extra pillow under their head to reduce under eye bags.

4.    Rubbing Eyes Frequently

Are you in the habit of rubbing your eyes frequently? There are some people who have such a habit. It could lead to:
•    The skin being irritated under the eyes more often
•    Dirt and wrinkles build up under the eyes

5.    Remove The Eye Make Up

Some women tend to sleep with the eye make up on. If the eye makeup is not removed, the chemical in the makeup will:
•    Irritate the sensitive area under the eye
•    Lead to fluid building up under the eyes
Such habits need to be changed and one will surely take better care of their under eye area in such ways.

6.    Stop Smoking

It is best that one gives up smoking if they have such a habit:
•    Smoking can weaken the collagen tissues
•    It can lead to premature wrinkles to form and makes the skin sag faster
Thus, women who are really bothered about their appearance and the youthfulness of their skin need to stop this deadly habit right away.

7.    Sun Exposure

Sun exposure also weakens the collagen tissues and the delicate skin like the under eye areas become subjected to wrinkles soon:
•    Exposure to the sun is okay as long as the face skin is shielded
•    One should make use of sunscreen and sunglasses to shield this delicate part of the eyes

8.    Moisturize The Area

As we age, the skin starts to lose out on its moisture content. In order to prevent the under eye bags and the skin from looking wrinkly and old, one can resort to daily and nightly habits of:
•    Applying moisturizer in the under eye area before sleeping
•    Use a moisturizing cleanser to remove the makeup

9.    Use Of Cucumber And Other Items

It is known that use of cold cucumber slices on the puffy eyes helps to reduce the swelling. Other things that prove effective are:
•    Chilled and used tea bags
•    Pack of frozen peas
•    Cold spoons
Such items will help to reduce the swelling.

10.    Drink Lots Of Water

It has been seen that, when salt build up occur more in the under eye areas, it leads to under eye bags.
•    One should increase their intake of water
•    It helps to flush out the salt and toxins from the system and help to make the skin appear fresh and hydrated.
Are you worrying too much or having late nights? You need to get rest and adequate sleep:
•    It will make one appear fresh
•    The under eye bags and puffiness under the eye will reduce

12.    Stay Happy

It is known that staying happy will not only reduce the fine lines and wrinkles but also help us:
•    Stay cheerful
•    Make our eyes and under eye areas look healthy
Are you worrying that the under eye bags are spoiling your appearance? Are you waking up with puffy eyes every morning? The above remedies will surely help you to find a way out of such a dilemma and have a more fresh and youthful looking skin and eyes.
Photo Credit: Simon James, Flickr

Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Frugal facial:

Slice up a cucumber and boil it in a pot of water. The chemicals inside of the cucumber will mix with the steam. Remove the pot from heat and lean over it, letting the steam hit you. Your skin will be more radiant and healthy, and you will feel relaxed and rejuvenated.



1. Fat busting: Do you ever wonder why women put cucumbers on their eyes to relieve puffiness? The photochemical in cucumbers makes the collagen in your skin tighten, thus the lack of puffiness. Did you know that you can rub a cucumber on a problematic spot of cellulite anywhere on your body to lessen the visibility of it? Did you also know that it has the same effect on wrinkles? Wow, it makes purchasing those fifty dollar creams seem a little silly, doesn’t it? You can also rub a little bit under your kiddo’s eyes after a long bout of crying to avoid that puffy ‘I cried for an hour straight’ look.

2. Defogger: Do you get annoyed when you get out of the shower and you have to fight the fog on the mirror? Who has time for that when the kids will be awake at any moment? Try rubbing a slice of cucumber on the mirror before you hop in and not only will you get a fog-free mirror, but you’ll have a nice smell that will boost your mood.

3. Headaches: If you suffer from headaches from chasing your babies all day (or pets or your husband), or had a little too much wine with dinner and want to avoid a hangover, eat half of a cucumber before bed. Cucumbers are high in B vitamins, sugar, and electrolytes, and they replenish the nutrients missing in your body to help you avoid a hang over or to beat that headache that’s been threatening to take over.

4. WD-40 replacement: Did you know you can get rid of a squeak by rubbing a cucumber on the hinge? Wow, now you don’t have to tear your garage apart looking for that little can with the red straw, and the baby won’t wake up when you slowly open the nursery door to check on him.

5. Crayon on the walls: Take an unpeeled cucumber and rub the crayon off of the walls in the event that your kiddo left you some art. You can also use this technique to erase a pen mistake.

6. Halitosis killer: Take a slice of cucumber and put it on the roof of your mouth. Hold it there with your tongue for 30 seconds. The photochemical that you love for cellulite and puff reduction will also kill the bacteria that is causing your bad breath.

7. Tarnish remover: If you’re finding tarnish on your stainless steel kitchen faucets and appliances? Rub it off with a cucumber slice. Not only will it remove years of tarnish, it will leave it streak free and your hands will thank you, and your kids won’t be put at risk from a dangerous chemical.

8. Energy booster: If you’re feeling tired in the afternoon, don’t give Starbucks your five bucks. Instead, grab a cucumber. There are just enough carbohydrates and B vitamins to give you a longer-lasting and healthier boost of energy than soda, coffee, or those health hazard energy drinks.

9. Munchy madness: Did you know that European trappers ate cucumbers for energy and to keep from starving to death? If those big burly manly men can eat a cucumber to keep from starving, you can eat one as a healthy choice when the munchies hit. Slice some up and take them in a small plastic container to the movies if your theater doesn’t offer healthy alternatives to munching on butter soaked popcorn.

10. Frugal facial: Slice up a cucumber and boil it in a pot of water. The chemicals inside of the cucumber will mix with the steam. Remove the pot from heat and lean over it, letting the steam hit you. Your skin will be more radiant and healthy, and you will feel relaxed and rejuvenated.

11. Shoe polish: Cut a slice off of your cucumber and rub it on your shoe. It will not only shine it up, but it will repel water.

12. Pest control: Put three or four slices of cucumber in a small pie tin and place them in your garden. The chemicals in the cucumber have a reaction that pests hate. You won’t smell it, but it will drive them from your garden all year long. Replace them periodically.

13. Sunburn: Sometimes sun block doesn’t always protect your little ones from sunburn. If you have burnt little kiddos you don’t have any aloe, rub some cucumber on them. Many doctors even use cucumber to treat patients with irritated skin and sunburns.

14. Blood pressure: Cucumber has been long used to treat high blood pressure. If you have it, add cucumbers to your daily diet. There is also ongoing research into the use of cucumbers for lowering cholesterol.

15. Constipation remedy: The seeds of a cucumber are a diuretic. If you’re constipated, try eating a cucumber. If you suffer from chronic constipation, add cucumber to your daily diet

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Thursday, 19 December 2013

Wednesday, 18 December 2013

Home Remedies for Bags under Your Eyes

1. Apply Coconut Oil for 3 weeks and dark circles will vanish.
2. Apply Castor Oil around the eyes before sleeping and wash in the morning for 2 weeks.
3. Astringent egg white tightens pores and reduces puffy bagginess. Dab half a teaspoon of one raw egg white around eyes. Leave it on for 15 minutes until it dries then rinse well with warm water.
4. Put 2 metal spoons in the freezer and press under your eyes until the spoons are no longer cold.
5. Tea bags, warm or at room temp.
6. Cucumbers.
7. Almond Oil & Honey Half & Half Mixture before Bed. (See Recipe Below)
8. Mix Flour, Orange Juice and Honey. Freeze it. Rub it on for 10-15 minutes.
9. Take a wet wash cloth, sprinkle rosemary and other aroma herbs on to it, roll it up, and pop in the microwave for a minute. Lay on eyes until cold
Daily Health & Beauty Tips

Monday, 16 December 2013



Garlic milk is helpful to reduce inflammation, stiffness and pain of the joints caused by Rheumatoid arthritis and Osteoarthritis. It is also helpful to make our immune system stronger against all infectious (viral & bacterial) diseases.

Friday, 6 December 2013

Natural lip glosses and balms

Natural lip glosses and balms are easy to create at home. Try this recipe for Fresh Spearmint Lip Gloss that will leave your lips feeling soothed and refreshed   .http://bit.ly/XotTH6

Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Vitamin Water

Make your own vitamin water... Slice fruit very thin or cut small chunks, add water. Refrigerate for 4-6 hours and enjoy.. Yum! — with Sri Kurniati.

Monday, 2 December 2013

Home Remedies for Dark Under-Eye Circles

Home Remedies for Dark Under-Eye Circleshttp://www.motherearthliving.com/real-beauty/home-remedies-for-dark-under-eye-circles.aspx#axzz2lb0EAcPN

Dark under-eye circles plague many of us. While short-term under-eye circles may be caused by lack of sleep, if the problem is consistent for you, it’s probably a cause of one of two things: genetics or allergies. Most under-eye circles are a result of genetically programmed pigmentation. The tissue around our eyes is also delicate, and as we age that skin becomes thinner and the fat from behind our eyes detaches and moves forward, pushing the pigment out. (Fair-skinned people and people with deep-set eyes tend to experience this problem more.) Dark under-eye circles can also be caused by allergies, which can create a congestion of fluid underneath the eyes and may also cause us to rub our eyes, which can worsen the appearance of dark circles. To keep your face looking refreshed, try these home remedies for dark under-eye circles.

Read more: http://www.motherearthliving.com/real-beauty/home-remedies-for-dark-under-eye-circles.aspx#ixzz2lb0x3mZj

Thursday, 28 November 2013

Save Your Skin From The Winter Blues

Don't let the winter air dry your skin out. Here are a few recommended and helpful tips that you can implement in your everyday winter beauty routine.

Healthy Skin Awareness Month: 5 Ways To Save Your Skin From The Winter Blues

Follow these winter tips to keep your skin looking its best even when it's cold out.

Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Lavender Hand and Body Cream

The colder months can be harsh on your skin. This versatile lavender beeswax hand cream is also well-suited as a body cream. Use it before bedtime to hydrate your skin and guarantee a restful sleep. See how to make your own! http://bit.ly/1dIfL5t            Mother Earth Living

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Great Reflexology Chart for Hand Points!

Press with thumb for 5 seconds&release for 3 seconds, in the affected point. Repeat for 2-3 minutes for 5 to 10 days. u will get relief....don't forget to share...it costs nothing..it may be useful to some one.

Monday, 18 November 2013

All-natural collagen product launch expected to revolutionize skin care

Natural Collagen Canada Announces New Body Balm Designed to Revitalize Customers’ Dry Skin

- Naturel Collagen Canada proudly announced the introduction of Collagen Ultra-Moisturizing Body Balm to its product line this month, offering clients the chance to restore extreme comfort to dry and very dry skin with all-natural ingredients. After a year of experimenting with the product, President and owner Jacqui Dunal confidently added the balm to her inventory. In a video interview she provided to 21st Century Business, Dunal stated, “Collagen Ultra-Moisturizing Body Balm may be the purest anti-aging product in the world as of this moment.” To demonstrate the effectiveness of the balm, Dunal appeared on camera sans makeup.

The body balm is comprised of NMF (natural moisturizing factor), shea butter, squalane, sweet almond butter, hyaluronic acid, and a natural plant extract designed to rebuild the natural barrier of the epidermis, intensively revitalizing and softening the skin, easing irritation, eliminating discomfort caused by peeling and flaking, and protecting against harmful external factors. By improving elasticity, the balm also reduces tendency toward premature aging.

Perhaps the most powerful ingredient in Natural Collagen Canada’s products is derived from fish skins. Dunal explains, “Fish collagen is the only collagen where the triple helix conformation is kept intact and stable outside a living organism in virtually any protein mass. Because all the product’s ingredients are fully natural and organic, without harsh preservatives or added colors and fragrances, the body is better able to metabolize it. While most anti-aging products include parabens, preservatives, alcohol, and other ingredients that the body doesn’t need and can’t easily metabolize, the Collagen Ultra-Moisturizing Body Balm is designed to work with the body’s natural function, offering an advantage over other products.”

Dunal herself stands as a testament to the natural collagen skin care products’ effectiveness. “I often get stopped at an elevator or just speaking to sales people… and get asked what I use to have such a lovely complexion. I am sure you would know what my answer is.” She believes firmly that health and beauty go hand in hand, with beauty being the ultimate outward expression of whole health, and it is on this platform that she reaches out to male customers as well. “Yes, indeed, men have taken to cosmetic products and are very particular about their skin, hair, and nails-- they follow the media as well as the women do.”

Already, Coltiva, the balm’s partnering natural collagen supplement, is being promoted to the athletic teams at the Sports University in Cologne, Germany. The introduction of Collagen Ultra-Moisturizing Body Balm to Naturel Collagen Canada’s product line is expected to provide a major boost to the company’s sales.

Naturel Collagen Canada is located at 891 New Westminster Drive in Thornhill, ON. For more information about the company and its Collagen Ultra-Moisturizing Body Balm, visit www.naturelcollagen.com or email info@naturelcollagen.com.

Contact Information
Naturel Collagen
Jacqui Dunal
(647) 202-0617

Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Benefits of LIME / LEMON WATER

• Boost Immune System
• Clear Complexion
• Increase Energy
• Improve Digestion
• Balance PH
• Lower Blood Pressure
• Improve Liver Function
• Reduce Oxidative stress
• Detoxification
• Regulate Bowel Movements

Monday, 11 November 2013

Listerine Foot Bath

Listerine: the BEST way to get your feet ready for All months. Sounds crazy but it works! Mix 1/4 c Listerine (any kind but I like the blue), 1/4 c vinegar and 1/2 c of warm water. Soak feet for 10 minutes and when you take them out the dead skin will practically wipe off!

Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Ward off wrinkles...


Coconuts are one of the wonder foods on earth and have multiple health benefits. Here are some of the lesser known benefits of Coconuts:

• Lower cholesterol
• Improve digestion
• Ward off wrinkles..

Thursday, 31 October 2013


  • Unflavored yogurt
  • Honey
  • Ground almonds
  • Olive oil

Get beautified:

  1. Start by mixing 2 cups of pureed, cooked fresh or canned pumpkin.
  2. Add 4 tablespoons unflavored yogurt, 4 tablespoons honey, 1/3 cup ground almonds, 1/4 teaspoon olive oil.
  3. Mix and apply to clean, moist skin.
  4. The enzymes are more active when moist, so sit in a warm tub or shower for 5-10 minutes.
  5. Remove with a clean washcloth.
  6. Apply moisturizer and enjoy soft clean skin!
  7. Cover the rest of the mixture and use within a week.

Friday, 25 October 2013

Keeping things clean

 A Daily Routine:

The first line of defense is to keep the skin clean.  It is one of the best and easiest ways to start minimizing enlarged pores.  Enlarged pores are caused by an accumulation of dirt and oil, often resulting in blackheads or whiteheads.  When you clean the skin and remove the dirt and oil from your face, you minimize the overall appearance of the pores – although this is not permanent.   The following is a simple four-step daily process for keeping the skin clean:
1.      Wash the face twice a day with a gentle cleanser.  Gentle cleaners are recommended because they do not irritate the skin.  Irritated skin will expand the pores even more.  Gentle cleansers are non-foaming or low-foaming cleaners like Cetaphil  – a mild antibacterial soap.     
2.       Using, clean, tepid water – lather up your face with the cleanser – do not scrub the skin.  Rinse completely removing all residue and taking care to pat dry with a clean towel.
3.       Apply a mild astringent or toner on clean skin with a cotton ball or pad.  Avoid strong products with alcohol or witch hazel – these will dry the skin.  The goal is to soften and gently tighten the skin, not dry it out.
4.       Apply a moisturizer – preferably a water-based moisturizer to avoid further clogging of the pores (the ones you just cleaned!).

Say Goodbye to Dry Skin - Easy and only 5 ingredient DIY Sugar Scrub

Soothe Winter Skin with this Homemade Sugar Scrub

Thursday, 10 October 2013

The Beverly Hills Anti-Aging Prescription

By Andre Berger MD

Do you find yourself frequently moody and tired? Are you forgetting things more easily and often? Stressed out by life's daily challenges? Do you look in the mirror and wonder where your healthy body and youthful appearance have gone? It doesn't have to be that way. 

The Beverly Hills Anti-Aging Prescription

Turn back the clock and improve your quality of life. For the first time ever, Dr. Andre Berg er, renowned anti-aging physician and founder of the Rejuvalife Vitality Institute in Beverly Hills, shares expertise from his years of practice in the youth and wellness capital of the world. This groundbreaking book translates the medical science of gene expression into clear, simple solutions. By integrating a balanced approach to diet, exercise, quality sleep, and stress management you can prevent the debilitating illnesses that come with age (heart disease, diabetes, obesity). Read Dr. Berger's prescription herein to maintain your youthful appearance and mental clarity, along with physical health and vigor.
Where to buy

Wednesday, 9 October 2013

The Body Shop

25% off sitewide and 50% off Hand Creams continues through November 3rd.

50% Off Hand Creams at The Body Shop! Offer valid 9/30-11/3

The Body Shop® offers a full assortment of naturally-inspired products, including bath & body, men's and women's skincare, and creative gift ideas for a variety of occasions. They also offer classic and unique fragrances, home fragrances, makeup, and accessories.

Monday, 7 October 2013

Clear Skin: Organic Action Plan for Acne

By Julie Gabriel

Do you know that 98% of skincare products contain ingredients that provoke acne? Are you eating the right foods to keep your skin clear? Would you rather stay in your beauty rut than trying a completely different way of treating your problem skin?
If not, it's time to rethink your approach to your problem skin and think organic. Let Clear Skin: Organic Action Plan for Acne guide you through diet, stress-relief and organic skincare and explain the easy way to achieve clear skin. Inside you will:

Clear Skin: Organic Action Plan for AcneWhere to buy
  • Control how diet affects your acne
  • Read up the latest information on skincare ingredients and how they can affect your skin
  • Learn how stress reduction, our exclusive mood management techniques, and other choices can keep acne at a distance
  • Enjoy our exclusive 30-day Clear Skin Diet and crash-course Acne Detox
  • Learn how to create simple natural homemade skincare for your acne and post-acne marks
  • Create your own natural skincare plan based on your skin type
In this straightforward, easy-to-grasp yet scientifically-based guide to natural care for problem skin you will learn everything you need to look and feel your best. From diet to meditation and organic skincare recipes, natural beauty has never been made so simple and chic.
Learn the natural way to fight acne - and feel great, too!


Friday, 4 October 2013

Bath salts used properly can stimulate the skin and combat cellulite.

• Relaxing bath salts combine legendary sea salts from the dead sea,
• Lavender, plant known in aromatherapy due to sedative properties. The essential oil containing sheets has antiseptic properties and is used in the preparation of medicines for healing of wounds and the treatment of neurasthenia.
• "Other aromatic essential oils such as Citrus aurantium Bergamia (bergamot) fruit and oil of Cedrus Atlantica bark oil, which, combined with Lavender helps relax the body and mind and we prepare to sleep easily and wake up rested and refreshed. '' 


Thursday, 3 October 2013

Seasonal Skincare for the Body

Seasonal changes in the weather not only affect changes in nature – seasonal changes affect the mind, body, spirit and our skin.  When the seasons change, we have different nutritional needs, we are required to dress differently and care for our skin differently. So as we move into the Fall and Winter, our Summertime routines no longer make sense as our body adapts to a new season.


Regular exfoliation of the skin is a good idea all year round – it helps cell regeneration by removing dry, dead skin cells from the body. Without regular exfoliation, the skin takes on a dull, lifeless look and feel. Since the cooler months of Fall and Winter are drier and less humid, our skin tends to dry out quicker. If skin is not properly exfoliated during this time, the skin can become red, dry, rough and irritated.
Properly exfoliated skin is more capable of absorbing essential moisturizers, serums and other nourishing extracts found in skincare products. In the cooler months, our skin needs more of these moisturizing and nourishing products to keep it healthy. If the skin is not exfoliated, none of these beneficial creams, serums and treatments can penetrate the skin – they simply lie on top of the skin where they do little or no good.
There are several ways to exfoliate the body and keep dead skin cells from accumulating on the skin.
Dry brushing the body is one method of exfoliating the body. This method of exfoliating effectively opens up the pores on your skin. As the method implies, your skin should be dry – the best time for dry brushing is in the shower before you turn on the water. Always brush towards the heart, making long sweeps (not back and forth, scrubbing or circular motions). Start at your feet, moving up the legs on both sides, then work from the arms toward your chest. On your stomach, direct the brush counterclockwise. And, don’t brush too hard: Skin should be stimulated and invigorated but not irritated or red.
Body scrubs made from sea salt, epsom salt, sugar and other natural exfoliants are other effective ways to dissolve and exfoliate dead skin cells, leaving the skin invigorated, buffed and polished. Abrasive ingredients should be used with special care on sensitive skin. Never apply pressure when exfoliating – let the product do the work!
There are dozens of ready made scrubs on the market, but if you want to make your own, we have some very simple, yet effective, scrubs you can make at home for just pennies per treatment!

Detoxifying the Skin

Along with exfoliating, detoxing the skin helps the entire body feel its best. Each day, we are exposed to toxic substances through the foods we eat, the products we use, and the air we breathe, just to name a few.  Those toxins build in our body and have a direct effect on the largest organ, our skin.Body Mud
One of the most common ways of detoxing the body and skin is by sauna.  Cleansing the skin with a sauna is one of the oldest and most well-known health treatments for the skin. Saunas induce sweating which, like urinating (sorry), is an effective way to rid the body of toxins.
Another way to detoxify the skin is with body wraps and muds that help to draw out harmful toxins from your body while delivering essential vitamins and minerals to the skin.  These mineral-rich formulas absorb excess oil and remove dead skin cells, dirt and toxins to reveal fresh, soft skin. Therapeutic muds stimulate circulation and refine skin’s texture, clarity and tone. Mud treatments can also be heated to help relieve stress and muscle aches.

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Wednesday, 2 October 2013