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  • Infinite Aloe: Gentle Enough for Everyone

    InfiniteAloe uses natural, gentle ingredients which work with a variety of skin types, from very sensitive skin types to extremely dry skin. Many mothers use our products to soothe common problems encountered by babies and children. These include cradle cap, diaper rash, eczema, fever blisters and more.Because of the many testimonials we have collected from parents and guardians telling us how their child’s rash or sunburn was eased using Inf... Read More
  • So You Think You Have Eczema?

    Is It Really Eczema? Do you suffer from an itchy rash that doesn’t go away, or if it does, it returns? Eczema is a term that covers several different types of skin inflammations, and diagnosing your condition correctly is the first step in better dealing with it. It has been estimated that a third of the population has had eczema at some time in their lives, often running in families and starting as a baby. How do you know if you have eczema?... Read More
  • Is Rosacea Disrupting Your Life?

    Anyone of any age can get rosacea, but women over 30 are more likely to develop it than any other group. There are different types of rosacea but they share a few things in common – visibly red, inflamed skin, usually around the nose, eyes, and forehead. Mild rosacea can be hidden under make up, but when it’s more severe, it can be profoundly embarrassing, interfering with both work and social life.  It’s never a good idea... Read More
  • Everything I'd Hoped For...

    A recent reviewer said that InfiniteAloe Skin Care was everything she'd hoped for: "I bought this after commenting that a friend's skin looked so beautiful and youthful. She shared her secret, Infinite Aloe Skin Care. I am also very concerned with the ingredients in skin care products as some of them are carcinogenic and toxic. I love this cream!! It is light enough to not feel greasy or heavy, but rich enough to feel very emolli... Read More
  • 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
  • Being the Best You Can Be

    As the heat waves hit, we’re getting more active and spending more time outdoors. Crystal, one of our fantastic team members, will be challenging herself to be the best she can at the Mavericks 5k Mud Run later this month. Crystal is inspiring us with her cheerful and energetic approach to this muddy obstacle course race. We’ll follow her progress as she tackles those obstacles! We're donating InfiniteAloe to the goody bags peopl... 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
  • Eczema and Staying Active

    Photo: Moyen Brenn Today, people are more active than ever. But riding, jogging, golfing, fishing and walking outside in the cold of winter or the heat of summer can trigger the itchy, red patches of skin known as eczema or atopic dermatitis. Environmental triggers may include dry air, cigarette smoke, irritating soap used on your skin or even in your laundry. Have you isolated your personal triggers? A study has found th... Read More
  • Can Your Attitude Change Your Looks?

    It's been said that, "Beauty - in projection and perceiving - is 99% attitude". Is that true? Have you met people who seem beautiful but in fact, their physical appearance does not conform to ordinary standards of prettiness? Perhaps they are so comfortable with themselves and others that they make you feel special, too? Perhaps their inner confidence projects a strong image that transcends beauty magazine ideals (which are unattainable for ... Read More
  • InfiniteAloe Scrub Review

    InfiniteAloe Scrub Review InfiniteAloe Scrub from EnglishGurl on Vimeo. ... Read More

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