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Coconut oil has become increasingly popular for use in natural skin care products because of its many impressive health benefits. Everyone from beauty experts to health professionals is recommending replacing many personal care products with coconut oil. But there is an even better version of coconut oil to try. It’s called “fractionated coconut oil.” This refined coconut oil is now being celebrated for its moisturizing and healing properties.

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Dead Sea mud masks come from mud that is harvested directly from the Dead Sea, a place known for its singular curative and invigorating properties. This mud mask is unique in that its application can cleanse the body while providing it with minerals and relief of pain. For this reason, a Dead Sea mud mask can be effective anywhere on the body to alleviate discomfort and to clear timeworn blemishes that arise from poor circulation. However, the Dead Sea mud mask is known best for the restorative effects it has on the face – notably, its ability to mitigate the process of aging and to cleanse and rehydrate the pores. But that is not all this mud mask can do. Here is a list of five health and beauty benefits that might surprise you, benefits that are proven to derive from a Dead Sea mud mask:

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When choosing a product that is all natural, affordable, and incredibly good for your skin, hair, and nails, castor oil should be at the top of your list. This oil is a popular choice among natural health buffs and skin experts from around the globe, and it has been widely used throughout the centuries.

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Natural skin care begins and ends with you and your ability to deliver what your skin craves. When embarking on a natural skin care regimen, you’ll want to have these five basic ingredients in your arsenal. Find out what each of these can do for your skin, and how best to use them!

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If you haven’t yet discovered bath bombs, you’re in for a real treat. Bath bombs are little round or square “bombs” that fizz when you drop them into water. The fizz is brought on by a combination of Epsom salts, citric acid, and baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) — the basic ingredients of a bath bomb. However, there’s a lot more to love about a bath bomb than the fizz. Bath bombs, of course, have remarkable cleansing effects, and they help clean the body without all the manual work of a regular bath. More than this, though, bath bombs can be used to heal and nourish the skin, as well as to calm the mind to that state of equilibrium and well-being that aromatherapies can invoke. And, still, that is not all. There are at least five other reasons why you should start using bath bombs:

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Rose water toner is one of the best products you can add to your beauty routine. It is an extraordinarily gentle facial cleanser, made through a delicate process of steeping rose petals in distilled water. The water goes through a method of steam distillation, and, in the final distillation, the rose water is extracted. Out of this process comes what is considered the most gentle astringent you can use on your skin. Rose water toner is superior to witch hazel, isopropyl alcohol, or any other astringent.

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When you see the term cruelty-free on product labels, it means the product isn’t tested on animals. You may be curious as to what that means to the animals, to the product, and to you—the consumer. Here’s information about what animal testing entails, and why you need to buy only cruelty-free products.

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The average American generates four pounds of waste daily. This includes food scraps, empty beverage containers, and discarded packaging from products across all consumer sectors. In a world of instant gratification, online shopping, and busy people, it's no wonder we all tend to fill up our garbage bins a little quicker than we may like. Wondering how you can decrease your environmental footprint? Eco-friendly packaging is one of the simplest and most effective ways to help now and extends far-reaching benefits to the health and well-being of future generations.

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When you see a hair care or skincare product that’s labeled as being paraben-free, you probably wonder what that means, and why it might be important. What are Parabens? Parabens are a form of preservative that is widely used in the cosmetic and personal care industry. Products like soaps, conditioners, moisturizers, shampoo and deodorant frequently contain parabens. Chemically speaking,

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Retinol Serum Retinol is the number one prescribed solution for anti-aging by dermatologists. The best retinol serum has a formulation containing 2.5% retinol and sometimes vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, Aloe Vera, jojoba oil, green tea extract, and other botanical extracts. Retinol has been clinically proven to work continually for weeks. The longer you use it, the better results you’ll achieve. Exhaustive testing in laboratories has demonstrated significant improvement in the condition of skin in as few as 12 weeks. After the 6, 9, and 12-month marks, skin condition continued to improve. The benefits of 2.5% retinol serum are plentiful. Here are five benefits you can look forward to when you start using 2.5% retinol serum in your beauty routine.

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