ARE THERE ANY HOME REMEDIES FOR RINGWORM?
Medically reviewed by Debra Rose Wilson, Ph.D., MSN, R.N., IBCLC, AHN-BC, CHTonFebruary 14, 2018— Written by Jayne Leonard
Ringworm is a very common fungal infection that is not, despite its name, caused by a worm. It is caused by the fungus Tinea, which is highly contagious. Anyone can get ringworm, although some people are more susceptible than others, such as those with compromised immunity and young children. Read more…
LAVENDER BENEFITS FOR SKIN: BEAUTIFY WITH A HEALING, ANTIBACTERIAL BOTANICAL
March 16, 2018 HERBAL DYNAMICS BEAUTY
For centuries lavender has been applied to skin to treat various conditions. Though more studies are needed to test the efficacy of this purple powerhouse’s extract and essential oil, preliminary test results show incredible promise for lavender in terms of battling bacteria and repairing skin. Read more…
Hibiscus For Skin Is Almost As Good As Getting Botox
5 AWESOME SKIN BENEFITS OF ACTIVATED CHARCOAL
WRITTEN BY Summer Dinh
The word is out: activated charcoal rocks! I’m sure you’ve heard the buzz, activated charcoal is everywhere and for good reason, too. Not just the latest skin craze, activated charcoal has been around for centuries dating back as far as times of ancient Egyptians when uses for charcoal included deodorizing and preserving the dead, Read more…
Is Coffee Good for Acne, Oily Skin, or Anti-Aging?
18 Amazing Health Benefits of Plumeria You Never Know
Cambodian flowers are generally planted in the yard of the house to beautify the house. Plumeria is not only found in Indonesia, but many also used by other countries. Behind the beautiful colors of the Cambodian plants, it has unexpected unique facts. Read more..
Carrots 101: Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits
Written by Adda Bjarnadottir, MS on May 3, 2019
The carrot (Daucus carota) is a root vegetable often claimed to be the perfect health food.
It is crunchy, tasty, and highly nutritious. Carrots are a particularly good source of beta carotene, fiber, vitamin K1, potassium, and antioxidants Read more..
10 Wonderful Benefits of Using Castile Soap for Cleaning
Article by: Melanie Dixon June 26, 2019
Today more consumers are demanding healthier versions of the cleaning products we use in our homes. Gone are the days when you would randomly select an item off the grocery store shelf and not know what ingredients it contained. Read more..
Eczema diet and food to eat
Thu 8 February 2018 By Rachel Nall, RN, BSN, CCRN Reviewed by Natalie Olsen, RD, LD, ACSM EP-C
Eczema or atopic dermatitis is a condition that causes a person to develop patches of dry, itchy skin on their body. It often develops as a result of inflammation in the body, so eating foods that do not cause inflammation may help reduce symptoms. Read more
3 Beauty Benefits Of Cucumber
Cucumber has a way of making the simplest things better, like a cold glass of water or a sushi roll. But did you know that this produce section staple can also dramatically transform your skin’s health and appearance? Read more..
The Benefits of Glycerin for Healthier Looking Skin
When glycerin in used lotions or other skin care products, it helps prevent or combat dry skin. If you have dry facial skin, research organic or vegetable glycerin which may be topically applied to help cure dryness. Some people also mix glycerin with natural rosewater to make a glycerin toner spray to refresh dry skin. Read more..
Benefits Of Goat Milk Soap for Skin
May 30, 2018 By Mt. Capra
It is no secret that milk and goat milk soap is beneficial for the skin. Its qualities have been known since ancient times, and it has even been suggested that Cleopatra bathed in goat milk to preserve her youthful appearance. Read More
21 Shea Butter Benefits and Uses
You all know I’m a fan of using coconut oil on skin and hair, but another all-star natural moisturizer for these uses and more around the home is shea butter. (Something about the name just even sounds luxurious, doesn’t it?) Read more..
Hemp Oil for Skin
By Health line
Hempseed oil is often referred to as “hemp oil,” and it’s harvested by cold-pressing hemp seeds. Hemp oil is often unrefined. It’s a clear green oil and can have a nutty flavor.
It’s different from cannabidiol (CBD) oil, which is an extract of the cannabis plant and utilizes hemp flowers and leaves for its production.
Hempseed oil is made from the hemp seed itself and usually doesn’t contain any THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive component, although this seems to be widely disputedTrusted Source. According to 2017 researchTrusted Source, CBD oil may also have very low and insignificant levels of THC.
Hemp oil has numerous health benefits, including those that improve skin health. It’s so beneficial for skin health thanks to its nourishing vitamins and moisturizing qualities.