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Who Says You Have to Look Your Age?

June 27, 2014 by  
Filed under Skincare

Your skin is one of your most important natural resources. It’s responsible for protecting you from the outside elements, and with a little TLC, it can help you to look fresh, confident, and much younger than your age.

Every day your skin faces opposition – whether it’s the pollutants in our modern environment or even harsh chemicals in many of the modern beauty products on the market today. These outside factors continue to rob you of your natural protection and deplete one of your most valuable resources.

Even foods in our modern diet that are full of preservatives and additives can deprive your skin of the valuable nutrients that it needs to stay in the best condition.

The Purest Way to Wash Your Face

April 25, 2012 by  
Filed under Anti-Aging, Beauty, Skincare

Washing your face and getting that last layer of makeup off is something you do every day… but there may be a “hidden cost” to this nightly ritual.

Truth is, many of these “beauty products” are full of alcohol and chemicals that act like paint thinner.

These chemicals hide behind scientific names like “ethoxylated alcohol” and “butylated hydroxtoluene.” They’re hard to pronounce and even harder to figure out why they should be there at all.

Because what they can do is cause redness, burning and dry spots – the same effect you get with corrosive solvents like paint thinner.

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