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  • Tips for Managing Eczema in Summer Part 2

       Eczema can be very sensitive to changes in the weather. The itchy, red condition can be triggered by the high temperature of summer, whether you stay home or travel. As we mentioned in Part 1, exercise and outdoor activities such as swimming can be especially hard on sensitive skin.   1. Minimize exposure to seasonal allergies outside and airborne toxins inside.  When the temperature rises pollen and ragweed counts rise too, which has bee... Read More
  • To be beautiful means to be yourself

    Cherish who you really are.   Real beauty is something we’ve all encountered, whether it’s a kind heart, a generous deed, or simply that inner radiance that lights up a face and make it beautiful, no matter what the physical features look like.   Cultivating your inner beauty—your authentic self is beautiful—gives you a beauty that cannot be erased by time. (Find inspiration on our Inner Beauty board on... Read More
  • I immediately knew it was the right product for me!

    New Review: Keeps my feet looking respectable while wearing sandals "I found this product at a show in Las Vegas this year - and immediately knew it was the right product for me!    "It smells great, is light (NOT greasy), is made out of a holistic botanical and makes my skin feel very soft. It has especially helped on my heels - to keep my feet looking respectable while wearing sandals. I appreciate the premise behind ... Read More
  • My Face Glows....Jilly's Review of InfiniteAloe

    "My Face Glows" Mother of a toddler and a busy writer, Jillian Fisher recently reviewed InfiniteAloe Advanced Formula Skin Care (original fragrance). She offers freebies and giveaways, recipes, and chooses a fan of the week on her blog. Visit Jilly's blog and subscribe for updates. ... Read More
  • Aloe Vera and Horses

    photo by Eduardo Amorim So many people have written us with success stories about InfiniteAloe and their horses, I thought this information might be of interest. A trial to see how Aloe Vera affects hoof growth showed an improvement of “a massive 42% as compared to the control group” and that the hoof that grew in horses fed with aloe vera was smoother and shinier (page 253-254, in Aloe Vera, Nature’s Silent Heal... Read More
  • Aloe Vera Is A Potent Growth Stimulator

    Photo: Jakob Montrasio Summer means more outdoor activities, which can mean more cuts and scrapes. I came across this interesting bit of information about Aloe Vera in a book co-written by a doctor.    “One of the principal qualities of aloe vera is that it is a potent growth stimulator. For example, when used on a cut or a burn, it penetrates below the wound and promotes healing from the inside out. …it helps to speed... Read More
  • Living Free from Acne - Part II

    Photo: Mait Juriado Acne is a huge problem for millions of people, so we are examining some of the solutions for it. It takes a toll on self-confidence and can make people feel shy and awkward in social situations, such as meeting new people or interviewing for a new job. Benzoyl Peroxide Many say that this treatment is a great first line treatment for acne, but complain that it dries out their skin. It can bleach eyebrows, hair an... Read More
  • Living Free from Acne - Part 1

    Photo: Martin Gommel Acne affects about 17 million people in the United States. This four-part series on one of the most common skin disorders will examine treatment options for mild to severe acne. Most people have had at least a few pimples in their teenage years. But some have to deal with major outbreaks into adulthood, causing long-term emotional and physical scarring. Fortunately, the range of treatments available today means... Read More
  • Balance Your Skin

    How do you get fabulous, clear skin? We keep hearing that InfiniteAloe Skincare™ helps people both with dry and oily skin. It seems like magic, but there is science behind it. InfiniteAloe evens out and balances skin regardless of the problem, by penetrating deeply and providing the vital nutrients that your skin craves—so oily patches will normalize, dry patches become smooth and soft. Both men and women have written ... Read More
  • Wonderous Aloe

    photo: Genesta This is a guest post by Professor Robert L. Gisel.   Not all aloe is the same. The many specie are so varied put together it looks like the imaginative bar scene in Star Wars. Aloe is a genus with over 200 species, or 400, depending on who you talk to. The most popular of these is barbadensis Miller aloe, popularly called aloe vera. Actually, only 4 of the types are most popular and the rest are apparently best k... Read More

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