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CALM RED, IRRITATED SKIN WITH THE BEST BOTANICALS

Calm Red, Irritated Skin: Best Soothing Botanicals

Redness and irritation are often a sign that the skin’s protective barrier has been compromised. Read on to learn how to calm red, irritated skin.
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Why are fatty acids important for skin health

The Fat You Want: Fatty Acids Explained

Whether your skin is youthful and radiant or it is showing signs of photoaging or wrinkles, it’s never too late to start using the power of fatty acids in your skincare routine. Read on to learn more about the fat you DO want! 
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TOP TEN DAILY HABITS FOR BEAUTIFUL, HEALTHY SKIN

Top 10 Daily Habits for Beautiful, Healthy Skin

Need to reboot your skin? Try these simple, science-backed skin care tips for maintaining a youthful, healthy-looking complexion.
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Treat facial eczema naturally with ingredients like aloe vera, colloidal oats, and coconut oil.

How to Treat Facial Eczema Naturally

Dealing with eczema can be uncomfortable and exhausting. And when it appears on your face, it makes it even harder to ignore.Butwe're here to help! We’ve got everything you need to know about those dry, itchy patches of skin, including five ways to treat facial eczema naturally.
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Rose versus rosehip oil in skincare products for calming and anti-aging

Rose vs. Rosehip: Differences, Benefits, and Uses

Rose oil is among the most popular rose-based beauty products. But when you hear the term “rose oil,” do you think of rose oil, or rosehip oil? And what exactly is the difference? Read this to find out!
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benefits of tamanu oil for skin care

Benefits of Tamanu Oil: The Exotic Elixir Your Skin Will Love

Tamanu oil is relatively new to the U.S., so research is still surfacing in regard to its proven benefits and treatments for various skin conditions, but we've got all of the information you need on this exotic skincare ingredient. Read this to find out tamanu oil benefits and uses.

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Caffeine is rich in antioxidants which can reduce the sign of aging when used in skincare products.

Perk Up Your Skin with Caffeinated Ingredients

You've probably reached for a caffeinated drink when you've been tired, but did you know caffeine has the ability to perk up your skin, too? Read this to find out what caffeine can do for your complexion.
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6 WAYS OLIVE OIL IMPROVES SKIN + 7 BONUS BEAUTY BENEFITS

6 Ways Olive Oil Improves Skin + 7 Bonus Beauty Benefits

You probably know that olive oil is one of the very best oils to cook with, but did you know that olive oil has incredible benefits for skin health and beauty? Read on to learn about this simple beauty elixir!
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Colloidal Oatmeal: The Natural Way to Treat Eczema and Soothe Skin

Colloidal Oatmeal: The Natural Way to Treat Eczema and Soothe Skin

Everyone knows that oatmeal makes for a healthy breakfast — but did you know that it’s also a smart addition to your medicine cabinet? When used topically, colloidal oatmeal can be amazing for skin health. Its natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties make it a popular ingredient in natural skincare products, and it can even help treat eczema.

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10 AMAZING BENEFITS OF MANGO FOR SKIN HEALTH

10 Amazing Benefits of Mango for Skin Health

Fruit has become a "go-to" ingredient lately in skincare, and with so many benefits of mango for skin suffering from acne, premature aging, dark spots, and dullness, why would you look elsewhere?
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UNDERSTANDING THE COMEDOGENIC SCALES FOR OILS AND BUTTERS

Understanding the Comedogenic Scale for Oils and Butters

Learn about the comedogenic scale and see where common carrier oils and butters fall - so you know how to pick the right one for your skin type.

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Is Witch Hazel Good for Your Skin? 5 Reasons the Answer is YES!

Is Witch Hazel Good for Your Skin? 5 Reasons the Answer is YES!

Witch hazel comes from the North American flowering shrub Hamamelis virginiana. Full of tannins and antioxidants, witch hazel works as a natural astringent used mostly for treating skin conditions like eczema and acne. Read this to discover five reasons to introduce witch hazel into your beauty routine!

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