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  • 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
  • Looking Back – Top 13 of 2013

    photo credit: stuck in customs Every year, we hear hundreds of success stories from people, many of which never get written down. Here are a handful of the best stories I know about—if you know of one, please share! 1. Great results on eye bags I have used this for a year now. It is WONDERFUL, it evens out your skin tone, tightens, and I have even started using it on my eye bags and have seen great results. It’s the only ... Read More
  • New Year, New You

    As the New Year is nearly upon us, I have broken out my paper and pencil to write my goals. A new year, a chance to cleanse ourselves of old things done and undone, to refresh our outlook, and affirm goals and purposes. I am reminded of one of my favorite authors, G.K. Chesterton, who said that, “The object of a New Year is not that we should have a new year. It is that we should have a new soul and a new nose; new feet, a new back... Read More
  • Acupressure, Diet and Eczema

    photo by absolved The National Eczema Association has published an article about acupuncture, acupressure and eczema  suggesting that the use of acupressure to help deal with eczema is encouraging, and that it “appears very safe and is inexpensive.” Dr Li, a California licensed acupuncturist and herbalist who specializes in treating skin conditions, also suggests herbal supplements to help detoxify the body in order to s... Read More
  • What Do The Holidays Mean To You?

    When I was young, the holidays were about good cheer, but also very much about he presents under the tree. As I’ve matured, I appreciate my family in new and different ways and especially sharing—gifts and feasting together are really simply expressions of joy and mutual delight. No one should feel stressed or pressured about sharing joy.   “Christmas is a season for kindling the fire for hospitality in the hall, the genia... Read More
  • Christmas Is Not A Time Nor A Season

    photo: murilocardoso This is the season I love most, because of the warmth of feeling that flows between friends, family and even strangers. I am reminded of a quote: "Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind. To cherish peace and goodwill, to be plenteous in mercy, is to have the real spirit of Christmas." ~Calvin Coolidge I hope that you, too, feel the real spirit of Christmas. ... Read More
  • Have You Missed Work Due To Eczema?

    photo by abbyladybug A study showed that over 40% of people with eczema have skipped work due to a flare up and 75% have avoided social events for the same reason. One of the big frustrations I hear from people who suffer from the Itch-Scratch Cycle is the lack of understanding the encounter from others who don’t have a skin condition—they don’t seem to grasp how deeply it can affect someone emotionally and physically. As ... Read More
  • I Scoffed At The Woman Selling Your Product

    by Michael Sissons Rose red belongs on your lips, not on your face or body. "I never write testimonials.  In fact, I scoffed at the woman selling your product because my skin condition has been impossible to deal with. "She said, 'Just TRY it.  Even if you don't like it after using HALF the jar you can send it back.' "I thought your company must be confident the cream works if you offer a refund for half-empty jar... Read More

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