It Takes More Than Juice

It's been my experience that it takes more that juicing to obtain a healthy, well-balanced eating regimen. I know there is a raging debate about solely juicing as opposed to juicing and eating solids.  We are all unique, and therefore, our needs are unique. So, only...

Get Rid Of Raccoon Eyes

Over the past two years, I've developed some major dark, Raccoon-like circles under my eyes. I don't smoke, drink nor do I party all the time. So, where did they come from?  Dark circles are caused by hyperpigmentation, which causes the under eye area to appear darker...

All Natural Exfoliating Tools

So you've got the all natural sugar scrub and you're ready to exfoliate and rejuvenate. Surprisingly, a question I get asked by some customers quite often is, how should I use the scrub? So I always explain that aside from using the fingers in a circular motion to...

Fix Your Health Fix Your Face

"Your face is a mirror of your health" (Angela Zhang). And that so happens to be a fact. Your facial appearance can provide a vast insight into what may be going on with the major internal organs of the body. In other words, fix your health and you'll fix some of the...

5 Acne Fighting Foods

My long standing battle with mild to moderate acne since puberty brought me to a place of healthy eating. Once I started to consume wholesome, nutrient dense foods, I kicked the Spironalactone and Oracea medication to the curb. It helps to nourish your inside with...

Hydrate Your Skin

Water is essential for proper and efficient cell function. Hydrate you body daily with 8 to 10 glasses of water. Don't worry, if you can't swallow 8, and 16ozs is all you can manage, some is better than none. Do the best you can.

Tips For Beautiful Skin

Since the age of 13, i've been battling mild acne. It seemed that at every transitional stage of my life pimples/acne were there to wreak havoc on my face. Now that i'm in my forties, it's no different. I know most saw glowing and gorgeous skin when they looked at me...

Friends and Foes of Your Skin

Think of the organs as people, and like people, these organs have responsibilities, needs, wants, likes and dislikes. So, when addressing the skin, I  like to turn to an old adage, keep your friends close and your enemies closer; it rings true even when it comes to...

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