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Treatment for Wrinkles

Author: Dr. Larita
June 15, 2018

wrinklesLaugh lines are one thing, but wrinkles that start making you feel like your skin looks older than you feel are another thing completely! Here are some ways to take care of those lines.

1.  Sunscreen is the number one way to prevent sun damage and wrinkling.  Apply any time you’ll be spending time outdoors, whether it’s sunny or cloudy, summer or winter.

2.  Vitamin A (Retinoid) Creams.  These creams can increase sun sensitivity, making number one even more important!  Vitamin A stimulates collagen production and stops cells from breaking down further.

3.  Alpha Hydroxy Acids exfoliate and increase collagen.  Just remember to be gentle with your skin! It is also a good idea to consult a trained cosmetologist if you are not sure what concentrations to use.

4.  Antioxidants – in your food and on your skin, these are key to feeling and looking youthful!

5. Hydration – The importance of drinking enough water cannot be overemphasized. What happens when you’re dehydrated? Your skin will get dry and begin to sag; and you’ll begin to lose muscle tone. If you find yourself thirsty, then you’re already behind schedule on keeping yourself hydrated, so carry water with you and drink it often!

 


Pamper Your Feet

Author: Dr. Larita
June 14, 2018

In the winter, I kind of neglect my feet because they are not on display. In the summertime, I keep up my foot care because my feet are always showing in sandals. Recently, I noticed my feet sticking to the carpet because they were so rough so I decided I better do a foot treatment and I’m going to tell you how to do the same.

First, exfoliate your feet by using a salt or sugar scrub in the shower to help remove dry and dead skin, eliminate the appearance of cracked heels, and start the healing process. If you also have calluses on your feet, gently use a pumice stone to start sloughing the callus down but do it gradually over a week or more.

The second thing is to give your feet a deep moisturizing treatment with either raw shea butter or shea butter cream by coating your feet with the butter and then putting your socks on before going to bed. You can do the deep moisturizing treatment as often as you like but don’t forget to moisturize your feet after each shower too. Look at it this way, if you keep your feet doing good now you won’t have a hard time when summer comes. You can just put on your favorite color nail polish and enjoy the summer!


Lavender Essential Oil Uses

Author: Dr. Larita
June 13, 2018

lavenderA whiff of lavender oil can trigger various sensations, and its sweet fragrance brings to mind rows and rows of beautiful blue-violet flowers under the summer sky. But if you look beyond lavender oil’s aroma, you’ll find that there’s more to it than meets the eye – or your sense of smell. Both lavender and lavender oil are valued for their fragrance and versatility. The flowers are used in potpourris, crafting, and home décor, while the essential oil is added to bath and body care products, such as soaps, perfumes, household cleaners, and laundry detergent.

Lavender oil is known for its anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antidepressant, antiseptic, antibacterial, and antimicrobial properties. It also has antispasmodic, analgesic, detoxifying, hypotensive, and sedative effects. Lavender oil is one of the most well-known essential oils in aromatherapy, and can be:

  • Added to your bath or shower to relieve aching muscles and stress.
  • Massaged on your skin as a relief for muscle or joint pain, as well as for skin conditions like burns, acne, and wounds. Make sure to dilute it with a carrier oil.
  • Inhaled or vaporized. You can use an oil burner or add a few drops to a bowl of hot water, and then breathe in the steam.
  • Added to your hand or foot soak. Add a drop to a bowl of warm water before soaking your hands or feet.
  • Used as a compress by soaking a towel in a bowl of water infused with a few drops of lavender oil. Apply this to sprains or muscle injuries.

I also recommend adding lavender oil to your list of natural cleaning products. You can mix it with baking soda to make an all-natural antibacterial scrub for your bathroom and kitchen.

By Dr. Mercola


Summer Skin Care

Author: Dr. Larita
June 8, 2018

When the heat is on, maintaining a regular makeup routine, in addition to using skin care products, gets frustrating, so streamline your beauty regimen. If your skin tends to turn into an oil-slick by the middle of the day, begin with a product to keep shine at bay.

Next, whether your skin is oily or bone-dry, follow with a light-weight moisturizer that contains SPF and is designed for your skin type.

Finally, skip the foundation and simply dot a long-lasting concealer over any problem areas and finish with a light powder to absorb shine.


Healthy Skin Care Products Refresh Anyone’s Routine

Author: Natural-Beauty
May 31, 2018

Finding some nice skin care products online is a great way for me to surprise someone with a gift that they will really love. I have been finding some great goodies for my own routine and I love to pick out something for my friends and family as well. It is easy to get into a boring skin care routine and not realize that you are missing out on some great products.

I have been spicing up my skincare routine with some juicy lotions, some fresh fragrances, and lots of fun finds for this spring and summer season. I always get excited to shop online and to find something new and exciting to enhance my skin care. There are so many awesome skin care products out there and they are important to have.

It is fun to give the gift of healthy and beautiful skin at any age with healthy skin care products online. I can shop for my mom, my best female friends, my boyfriend, my brother, and anyone else. The health of your skin is often neglected or forgotten about but it is really essential for staying youthful and letting your natural beauty shine. I am always looking for more skincare goodies.


I can’t believe that the summer season is almost upon us and I have been really enjoying the sunny and warm days that we have been having all spring. It is rare of us to have this many nice days during this time of year, and it has been cool to enjoy them and to break out my shorts and my cute tops and my summer dresses.

With some great skin care products and some nice beauty products, I can be ready to show off my skin this summer. I can’t wait to go to the beach and to enjoy walks along the waterfront and some paddle boarding and kayaking and evenings on the balcony. I have been shopping for some great skin care essentials online.

Quality skin care beauty products have been helping me to take the best care of my skin and to enjoy looking and feeling my best as I get out into the fresh air. I have been feeling confident in my favorite dresses and tops with some awesome skin care and beauty essentials. I can let my skin breathe all summer long. I plan on being outdoors a lot this summer, and my skin care products will keep my skin glowing.


Did you know that aromatherapy essential oils can help you concentrate and focus? Citrusy fresh scents like grapefruit and lime are very energizing. They will uplift your surroundings in the place where you study or work. I love the aroma of grapefruit in my work area and people close to my cubicle appreciate it too. I have a spray bottle that I often use and I also put a few drops on a tissue and sniff it throughout the day.

Blending rosemary and coriander essential oils gives you a fresh room fragrance. These oils are often used in cooking so the fragrance will be familiar to you and your guests. Both oils are also good for athletes and others with an active lifestyle because they are stimulating and have antispasmodic properties making them good to use for sports massage or in treatment for sore or injured muscles. Got an upset tummy? Use these two oils blended in a carrier oil such as sweet almond oil to massage in a clockwise manner around your stomach. Rosemary oil has been proven in several studies to increase memory by 75%.


The average person hears essential oils and they think it’s something that will make their home smell nice. And while that is certainly true, they also have many other uses that extend far beyond a pleasant fragrance.

There are a lot of essential oils out there, but if you plan on having only a few in the house, these are some good options.

Lavender

If you only plan to have one essential oil in the home, this should be it. Used topically, it can treat skin rashes, acne and minor burns. It’s often used as an alternative treatment for insomnia and its calming scent helps treat nerves and anxiety issues. In addition, it’s been shown to decrease mental stress and anxiety as well as increase cognitive function.

 

Lemon Oil

Lemon has more applications than most other oils will ever dream of and is a great one to keep around the home. It can be used in water to treat bad breath, in shampoo to alleviate dandruff, or even be blended with aloe gel for use as a hand sanitizer.

And because lemon is calming, it can also be used to reduce mental fatigue, anxiety and nervous tension. It also has the ability to create a positive mindset and help reduce negative emotions.

Eucalyptus Oil

Eucalyptus is great for treating chest congestion and, because of its disinfectant properties, it’s ideal for spraying in the kitchen or bathroom or diffusing to reduce germs and odors. It also has a cooling and refreshing effect and helps treat stress. This essential oil is actually a stimulant that removes exhaustion and mental sluggishness.

Together, lavender, lemon oil and eucalyptus oil create a powerful combination to eliminate stress and help people relax. These three ingredients can be blended to make up a blend that is very relaxing. A favorite blend among our customers, they have told us they look forward to getting home and relaxing after trying this blend for the first time.

Peppermint

Peppermint is commonly used in tea to treat nausea. However, it can also be blended with pine and eucalyptus and applied to the chest to treat coughing and congestion. And with its antibacterial properties, it is a great addition to water when cleaning.

However, this essential oil is also a great solution for improving focus and concentration. For those who love energy drinks to keep them going strong during the day, our peppermint inhaler.

Rosemary

If you’re feeling overwhelmed, indecisive or confused, the soothing aroma of rosemary is a great solution for clearing your head. It also supports healthy digestion and respiratory function.

We have combined peppermint and rosemary oils together to improve focus, clarity and insight, which is why customers love our Fresh Peppermint and Rosemary Plug In Refill.

Vanilla

You may not be aware of this, but vanilla essential oil has powerful antioxidant properties that help to neutralize free radicals and protect the body from everyday wear and tear. It also helps to stimulate the body to repair damage that has already been done.

Vanilla also has a relaxing and calming effect on the brain and nerves, making it a great treatment for those needing help with anxiety and restlessness.

You can both relax and refresh with our Balancing Vanilla Peppermint Plug In Refill, which combines the calming of vanilla with the invigorating qualities of peppermint.

This article is shared by Scent Fill and written by Sheena White.


Bath Oils for Pregnancy

Author: Dr. Larita
May 9, 2018

Pregnancy is both a beautiful and stressful experience for women. Since the baby is so connected to the mother, when the mother is stressed out her baby may feel stressed out as well. Taking a relaxing soak with aromatherapy bath oils can put mother and child in a good frame of mind.Not only will a relaxing soak with bath oils reduce stress, it also surrounds the mother with beautiful smells. Many pregnant women report sensitivity to smell. Doctors recommend mothers surround themselves with pleasant smells to ease the mind and prevent nausea.

You can dilute 5 drops of any of these essential oils – tangerine, grapefruit, geranium, chamomile, ylang ylang, lavender in 1 teaspoon of shea, grapeseed, or almond oil to make a wonderful bath oil. If you or a loved one are going through a difficult pregnancy and have a hard time relaxing, consider giving bath oils a try.


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