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Few experiences are as relaxing as getting out for a walk or a trip to the beach on a bright, sunny day. But despite our best intentions, it is common to suffer from an uncomfortable sunburn. Effective protection against ultraviolet (UV) exposure requires knowledge of what to look for in sunscreens. Without protection, sunspots are a very common result of skin damaged by overexposure to the sun’s rays. So, here are facts and natural remedies you can use to soothe your skin and help with the discoloration that excess UV […]

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Few things are more annoying than the itching and scratching that accompanies a big, juicy mosquito bite. When a mosquito bites us, we itch due to the mosquito's saliva that gets left behind. The foreign saliva causes your body to produce histamine, which creates an itchy welt on the skin. Fortunately, there are several natural home remedies for mosquito bites. (more…)

Neroli oil is a pale-yellow essential oil derived from the blossoms of the bitter orange tree (citrus aurantium). Extracted via steam distillation, neroli oil has a sweet, distinctive citrus scent and is widely used in perfumery and aromatherapy. According to legend, neroli oil is named for Anna-Marie de Nerola, an Italian aristocrat who popularized the oil in 17th century Europe. (more…)

Biotin is a B-complex vitamin required by every cell in the body. B vitamins are a class of chemically distinct vitamins that help your body process food into energy. Also known as vitamin H, coenzyme R, and vitamin B7, biotin helps the body metabolize fats, protein,[1] and carbohydrates. The human body needs biotin for normal growth and development, and the vitamin is especially critical for healthy embryonic growth. Biotin can also help maintain healthy hair, skin, and nails.[2] Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin, as opposed to fat-soluble. Unused water-soluble vitamins […]

Frankincense is a special sap from the Boswellia tree and it's had a wide array of cultural applications for over 5000 years.[1] Boswellia trees are hardy trees that yield the valuable resin when the bark is “striped”, or slashed open. It’s a process that’s done by hand to ensure the highest quality resin. Frankincense originated in Africa, India, and the Middle East, with most of the supply coming from the nation of Oman. Trade grew extensive and frankincense eventually became so prized that it was one of the three gifts […]