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  • After A Week, His Eczema Flare Ups Were Gone

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  • Cowboy Christmas

    Photo: Just Jim We hope to see you at Cowboy Christmas in Las Vegas from December 5 to 14. This year, Cowboy Christmas features the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo and lots of other entertainment and special shows. Find out more.    We’ll be glad to see you there! ... Read More
  • Makes My Skin Glow From Head To Toe

    “It’s AMAZING on your skin. It has a really delicious scent... the ingredients are outstanding. Organic Aloe, rose hip oil from wild roses... It makes my skin glow from head to toe” ... Read More
  • Eco-Fashion for Eczema Sufferers

    Going Green Doesn't Mean You Have To Give Up The Glam Question: What is in contact with your skin most often, and may worsen eczema? Answer: Your clothes. Wear Organically Grown, Natural Fibers Eco-fashion has come of age. It's not only better for the environment, but it is also better for your skin. It’s so simple, but we often forget that clothes what is most often in contact with our skin, day and night. Many ... Read More
  • Eczema – Does Stress Contribute To Your Flare Ups?

    Eczema is much more than dry, itchy and confidence-deflating skin. It can have a huge impact on a person’s emotional and physical well-being. Eczema is usually diagnosed by the age of two, and 80% of those children will go on to develop hay fever, asthma or both, according to the National Eczema Association for Science and Education.   Ted A. Grossbart, PhD, says that, “Recent studies tell us that between 30 an... Read More
  • Kate Middleton is one of many celebrities who cope with eczema

    Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is one of many celebrities who cope with eczema. Breakthroughs in science regarding a certain defect in a skin protein may lead to a cure. In the meantime, there are many things one can do to try to keep those itchy, red, scaly flare ups under control. Avoid Common Chemicals Doctors and other professionals tell me that they are seeing more and more patients with bad reactions to everyday ... Read More
  • My scars are going away and I have no pimples left

    Photo:Getty Regardless of how rich, talented and gorgeous you are, acne can strike anyone. Emma Stone is one of many celebrities who have battled breakouts due to hormones and stress, and has commented on “how debilitating and embarrassing it can be” – something many of us know firsthand. That’s why it is so satisfying to hear from people who tried InfiniteAloe and saw beautiful results: “I have had acne and acne scar... Read More
  • "As a physician, I wash my hands at least 50 times per day."

    Photo: Eduardo Amorim "As a physician, I wash my hands at least 50 times per day. Add my after-work interests of horses, and my hands take a beating. They're so rough that they bleed at times. And I get the painful cracks on my fingers. I've slathered with all kinds of lotions for years, but without constant attention, my hands suffer. "I guess I should put the above paragraph mostly in past tense. I bought the Infinite Aloe S... Read More
  • I've been told I look as if I'm in my 20's....

    I faithfully use your skin cream on my face and hands every day. I've been told I look as if I'm in my 20's. In fact, I still get carded when I have a glass of wine. Actually I am 35 years old; my skin feels great and looks great! I recommend your skin cream to everyone! Try it. You'll love it too and look younger. ~W.E., Huntington, CA ... Read More
  • 5 Beauty Tips For Autumn And Winter

    1. Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize! Both cold winds and central heating are terribly drying. Quality matters a great deal in moisturizer—after all, it’s absorbed into the skin, the body’s largest organ—so use a moisturizer with organic or all-natural ingredients. Within five minutes after bathing or showering, be sure to apply moisturizer to face, décolletage, elbows, feet and other spots that tend to get dry. (InfiniteAloe ... Read More

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