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Goji Berries: Collagen Can Be Restored

Traditional Uses In Traditional Chinese Medicine, goji has been used to stimulate the immune system, improve sight, protect the liver, improve circulation, increase longevity and protect against heart disease among other actions. Lycium barbarum is...

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Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS): Learn the Facts

On average, women add more than 200 chemicals to their skin daily, and more than a0% of these chemicals get absorbed directly into the bloodstream. Combine this with chemicals found in hair care and dental hygiene products, such as Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and Sodium...

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Do Dogs go to Heaven

Selling at trade shows, we have the privilege of talking with many pet owners.  The "do dogs go to heaven" question seems to be a concern high upon some hearts.  I wrote this for them and others that may wonder the same.  It is to be hoped this helps answer this and...

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Toxins in Shampoo

What Toxins Are Hiding in Your Shampoo? Most people shampoo their hair a few times a week and may not realize the toxic mix they are absorbing through their skin. When you shampoo your hair, the 20 blood vessels, 650 sweat glands and 1,000, nerve endings...

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Essential Oils Do Make it into the Bloodstream

Many people are not aware about how essential oils pass through the skin. Generally people understand that they can end up in your bloodstream, but the mechanisms by which this happens are frequently not described in articles and books when actually it is very...

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Benefits of Exfoliation

Exfoliating is the best way to keep your skin soft, healthy, and looking young. You will agree with me that in today’s world, both men and women are seeking ways to improve their beauty.  Many folks don’t mind visiting skin care centers and parlors regularly to...

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The Truth About Soaps

SOAPS DIRTY LITTLE SECRET Soap is one of those things we take for granted.  But what is soap?   And does it matter what kind we use? Yes, it most certainly does matter what we use, and here is why ... MUCH OF WHAT IS CALLED "SOAP" TODAY IS PETROLEUM-BASED DETERGENT...

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