Skin Care

6 Ways Turmeric Can Heal Your Skin

Discover how turmeric can be used to help your skin, including healing troublesome acne.

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A Sweet Superfood to the Rescue

It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No! It’s the healing powers of the sweetest superfood you haven’t tried yet.

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Tip to Soothe Dry Skin

You might already know that bathing in tepid water can help keep dry skin at bay, as can using moisturizer after bathing or using a humidifier in your bedroom at night. However, another step to take in combating dry skin this winter is using fragrance-free soaps and detergents.

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Tip for Clear Skin

You can reduce acne by drinking two cups of organic spearmint tea each day. That’s because mint – especially spearmint – helps calm skin. Spearmint can kill bacteria and has anti-inflammatory benefits.

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5 Surprising Uses for Pine Oil

We knew pine oil smelled nice, but had no clue it could help protect against sinus infections. All five uses of this essential oil will blow you away!

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Summer Sunscreen Basics

Everyone knows we should wear sunscreen when we spend time in the sun, but which kind and what does this SPF number really mean?

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6 Eye Symptoms You Should Not Ignore

The eyes are said to be the windows to the soul, but can they also be a window to our health?

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Autoimmune Disease Symptoms and Your Health

Up to 50 million Americans have an autoimmune disease, which affects many different systems and organs in the body. This can have a major impact on health and well-being. Learn about the symptoms of 6 autoimmune diseases.

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Multiple Reasons to Use Turmeric

From reducing inflammation, to relieving heartburn, and offering protection from lung conditions – find out all of the benefits turmeric offers.

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Tip to Prevent Facial Wrinkles

To avoid facial creases and wrinkles, swap your cotton pillowcase for a silk pillowcase instead.

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