Homemade Foaming Facial Wash That Moisturizes Skin

Getting the oils and debris off your face daily is instrumental in helping your skin healthy. However, commercial facial cleansers are often too harsh on the skin causing it to dry out. Using a gentle, natural soap and some essential oils, you can make a simple foaming soap cleanser that will keep your skin looking fresh….Readmore

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10 Home Remedies To Remove Age Spots That Work Wonders

Those flat brown spots known as age spots (also commonly referred to as liver spots) that start popping up on your hands, neck and face as you get older are actually not caused by age, but sun damage that accumulates over the years. They’re more common in those with a fair complexion and appear more frequently in people who visit tanning beds or spend a lot of time in the sun….Readmore

4 Sleepy Time Tonics That Also Bust Fat

Obesity is on the rise, so is insomnia. The prevalence of both these modern scourges in adult American population falls in the range of 30-35%. It may be a coincidence, or there may actually be some connection between the two. There’s very good reason to believe that they’re interconnected because sleep deprivation is known to cause weight gain. Insufficient sleep at night is associated with poor blood glucose regulation and increased daytime cortisol levels….Readmore

7 Signs You Desperately Need More Probiotics And How To Get Them

Do you spend very little time thinking about your gut? If so, you are not unlike millions of other people who tend not to think about what they cannot see. However, inside your gut is a real living colony of bacteria. Some of these bacteria are good and some are downright bad. Each day is a battle between the good and the bad in your gut. A lot of times, unfortunately, the bad claim victory, your immune system is compromised and your health suffers….Readmore

Health Benefits of Mimosa Pudica

Mimosa pudica is often grown for the curiosity of it- the leaves and flowers of the plant fold inwards, close and droop when they are touched – and after some time they re-open. It is believed that the leaves fold inwards so as to protect themselves from harm, much like the humans. For this very reason, mimosa pudica – the botanical name- is also called the ‘shy plant’. The species is native to Central and South America, though it is also found in the Asian countries. It is classified as a weed and grows in abundance in the wastelands, shady areas like under the trees….Readmore