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Many of us only think about the appearance of our feet, but don’t think about the twenty-six bones and thirty-three joints that make each of our feet such a complex part of our musculoskeletal system.

However, practicing good foot health and hygiene doesn’t just keep our feet beautiful: it keeps our feet free of pain and mechanically sound.

There is much more to good foot hygiene than washing your feet during a shower or a bath. Daily foot care is a three-part process:

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Everyone would love a flawless complexion, but many of us are often marred by such imperfections as blackheads and pimples. Both of these common problems can afflict people at any age and with any type of skin. If you’ve tried to use traditional blackhead removers and pimple poppers without much success, it could be that you need to reevaluate your facial skin care routine. In other words, you might need to find a remedy that will revitalize your facial skin to effectively combat those stubborn black spots and blemishes.

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When noting the benefits of natural beauty products, it’s hard to find a product with more versatile uses than Dead Sea mud. Harvested from the Dead Sea banks, this mud is borne of thousands of ...

As it turns out, all types of beans are actually seeds, and coffee beans are no exception. But in this case, they’re more like pits. This is because there’s only one bean inside of each coffee berry. Crack one open, and you’ll find an off-white-colored pit or bean. Some people call coffee berries “cherries” because they’re about the size of cherries and are bright red.

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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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If you haven’t experienced the pure joy of bath bombs, it’s time you have. They’re a fancy product, totally worth it, and not that costly. Many are downright cheap. Indulging in bath bomb aromatherapy transforms an ordinary bath into a spa therapy session. The effervescent bubbles that rush forth from the little balls of bliss the instant one hits the bath water are fun, fun, fun. Watch them spin and fizz in the bath water—a burst of nature’s best in the privacy of your home. Soak for minutes while the benefits last for hours. Steal away twenty minutes from your busy life and slide into the tub.

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Millions of people start their day with a cup of coffee. Caffeine helps them jump start their day like no other beverage. Research has also linked coffee with liver health, a decreased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, and a mild anti-depressant. What many people don't realize is that coffee is also a natural deep skin exfoliator that keeps your complexion looking great. Exfoliation is the process of removing residual dirt and dead skin to give way to new skin, thereby giving your skin a younger look. Let’s examine the latest coffee craze that has nothing to do with your favorite latte.

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