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Exfoliate With Sugar

Posted By: Lindsay Schroeder Posted In: Skincare Date Posted: November 25th, 2012

Exfoliating your skin is essential all year and even more necessary in the winter. The cold air, there being less humidity in the air, and central heat in our homes creates the perfect storm of dry, itchy, flaky skin. Often times this dry skin can be quite painful and makes you want to scratch at it until it’s irritated and red, sometimes even bleeding. Ouch! So what to do? Exfoliate with sugar! Sugar is a wonderful natural exfoliant that removes dead skin and cellular build-up, allowing fresh, rejuvenated skin to surface. It is also more gentle than salt, and smells and tastes delicious too! It will leave a beautiful glow to your skin and will also help your blood flow better throughout your body, opening the pores of your skin to remove dirt, oils, and bacteria.

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Dry, Chapped Hands

Posted By: Lindsay Schroeder Posted In: Skincare Date Posted: November 15th, 2012

Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! This is the most important tip to follow all winter long! Skin on the hands suffers greatly during the cold, winter months and it happens too quickly! Hands get dry, crackly, and sometimes bleed worse than other parts of the body due to how often we wash our hands. Now it’s important to continue cleansing often but make sure to have some hand lotion near you after every wash. If not, you will feel and see the pain. Ouch! Read along for some great tips on keeping hands soft and holding hands worthy:

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Skin Remedies for Oily Skin

Posted By: Lindsay Schroeder Posted In: Uncategorized Date Posted: October 20th, 2011

Tired of having oily skin? Well there is good news for those who suffer from this it. Oily skin means that your skin has lesser tendency to develop fine lines and wrinkles, though it that doesn’t seem like great news at the moment since you are currently battling a greasy face that is prone to acne. Read on to learn about the skin remedies for oily skin.

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