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Nicknamed "liquid gold," argan oil is renowned for its exemplary therapeutic and cosmetic properties. The oil comes from Morocco, but people around the world have traded it for its health benefits as early as the 6th century.[1] Argan oil can bring a lovely glow to your skin and hair, but it also may offer benefits inside your body — like your heart, liver, and blood, to name a few. From balancing blood sugar and cholesterol to covering up the appearance of scars and acne, the range of benefits attributed to […]

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Having brittle nails that easily break, chip, and split is a common irritation for many people. Although brittle nails are painful and can affect day-to-day activities, fragile nails are usually just a cosmetic concern caused by normal, everyday wear and tear. Sometimes, however, they indicate a vitamin or mineral deficiency, or another health condition. Regardless of the cause, there are a number of simple actions and natural remedies to help your nails grow stronger. The nails, which protect the fingers and toes, are composed of a hard protein called keratin […]

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Washing your hair seems like a straightforward thing: lather, rinse, repeat. But ask five people and they probably all wash their hair at different frequencies — and may not even be sure if they should wash more or less often. Washing too frequently can dry out your hair. Your scalp produces sebum, or oil, that keeps hair soft and shiny. If you wash too often, you may prevent your scalp's natural oil from traveling down the length of the hair, which keeps it moisturized. Excess washing can also dry hair, […]

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From antiseptic mouthwash to natural deodorant, tea tree oil is an essential oil with a multitude of uses and benefits. It tends to be pale yellow or colorless, with an aroma that is similar to eucalyptus or camphor and boasts antibacterial, antiprotozoal, antiviral, anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties. Here's a deep-dive into all that it can do. (more…)

Activated charcoal is a hot topic in health and wellness these days, gaining recognition as a powerhouse agent for detoxification with a wide range of potential uses. We see activated charcoal in everything from facial masks and teeth whiteners to digestive remedies and even an exotic new food trend that uses its charcoal hue for an element of surprise (think jet-black ice cream). (more…)