Month: September 2017

Control your seborrheic dermatitis with lifestyle changes and home remedies. The best approach for your SD depends on your skin type, the severity of the condition. Look out for the symptoms that affect your scalp or other areas of your body. 1. Wash your scalp – Do not shampoo too often but also making sure to […]

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Skip the dandruff shampoo and try these homemade dandruff treatments to banish those pesky white flakes. Dandruff may be the result of a dry scalp, or a skin condition called seborrheic dermatitis. It could also be caused by eczema, psoriasis, or, very commonly, an overgrowth of a yeast-like fungus called malassezia. Poor diet, vitamins and […]

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Are you aware that every household in the United States has elevated levels of chloroform in the air due to chlorine released from showering water? Yes, you read it right. Household tap water often contains at least as much, if not more, chlorine than is recommended for use in swimming pools. Showerhead filters, why do […]

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Do you ever wonder which oil is actually good for your hair? Lucky you, in this blog post we will share 3 of our favorite oils and how they help to make our hair and scalp healthy! 1. Coconut Oil – is composed mainly of smaller medium-chain fatty acids that it penetrates in hair more deeply and […]

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Get rid of old, dry, dead skin cells and achieve a radiant, younger looking skin! The best way to do that is, of course, to exfoliate. Here are the 3 best all-natural exfoliants you can use as facial scrubs and yes you can all find them in your kitchen. Why do we need to exfoliate? You […]

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Dry and flaky skin is a common condition with many causes. Cold, dry winter air usually sucks the life out of our silky, smooth skin but dry skin can also be a symptom that indicates a more serious diagnosis. But in most cases, factors that contribute to dry skin include aging, heat, hot showers, nutritional […]

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Chlorine is a crucial part of water treatment. Small amounts of chlorine are added to public water sources and treatment plants in order to eliminate traces of bacteria, viruses, and parasites in water as it travels to its point of use. It is effective in killing pathogens in the water, but the properties of chlorine that […]

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