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After a rose sheds its petals, it’s left with a tiny “fruit” called the hip of the rose, from which Rosehip oil is extracted, and how the name rosehip originated. Next time you see a rose no longer in bloom, remember that the most healing part of the rose is still there in the hip. In contrast to the commonly known fragrance of the rose, rosehip oil gives off a woodsy scent reminiscent of timber in a forest.

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Rosemary is a fragrant herb often used when cooking Mediterranean dishes. The herb has evergreen needles, with the oil extracted directly from the leaves. For centuries, rosemary has been used for herbal treatment of medical problems ranging from respiratory distress to hair loss. The woodsy scent is a favorite in aromatherapy aimed at increasing mental clarity. Rosemary oil’s high safety rating allows the herb to be used in many all-natural products.

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When you need a long-lasting, all-natural cleaning scrub, Himalayan salt is your best bet. Whether seeking soft skin, a classy sheen or therapeutic skincare properties, salt scrubbing is a good choice.

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The word “acid” doesn’t bring cheery thoughts to mind, but that’s not the case when it comes to hyaluronic acid serum. Hyaluronic acid is a polysaccharide that helps minimize bumping and grinding of the joints and serves as a joint lubricator. This acid is found in connective tissues, eye fluid and the skin. 50% of the body’s generated hyaluronic acid is within the skin.

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Vitamin C serum is an oil and water-based liquid that contains highly concentrated amounts of vitamin C. Serums are different from other products with vitamin C because of the significantly higher concentration, which allows for faster and more noticeable results.

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Aromatherapy is a useful practice to take on when you’re ready to expand your existing health or supplement care, but even if you just want to experiment with aromatherapy for relaxation and tension relief, here are some safety rules you should follow.

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Essential oils are valuable resources with specific origins. An essential oil must be extracted via steam, steam and water, expression or maceration/distillation—all scientific methods closely monitored by professionals.
When the extraction is done properly, the resulting oil is heavily concentrated and must be handled with care. Tiny amounts act in powerful ways. As such, it’s important to know how not to use these oils, as it is it to using them correctly.

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Tea Tree Essential Oil is distilled from the Melaleuca alternifolia, or Tea Tree plant. The essential oil has many noted antiseptic properties and functions as an antimicrobial, anti-bacterial or antifungal agent. It’s also a powerful skin soother—a dab of tea tree can help treat acne, blemishes, dry scalp and athlete’s foot. Natural bacteria-fighting properties make it a good match for home cleaning. Whether you need to reduce the number of chemicals you use in your home, are trying to live a greener, more natural lifestyle, or seek treatment of common skin ailments, Tea Tree oils is an ideal addition to your home medicine cabinet.

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The best solutions are often the most enduring ones, and this is true with aloe vera. Humans have been cultivating the plant for thousands of years, yet we continue to discover new uses for its wondrous healing powers.

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Dead Sea mud mask is exactly what it sounds like—mud from the Dead Sea. It’s used to cover your face, or really any part of your body to detox and rejuvenate your skin.
It works to control skin blemishes like acne, wrinkles and dry skin, and transform your skin into the smooth and glowing state everyone will notice.

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