Beauty Benefits of Vitamin C

summer skin saving secrets

There’s a secret the beauty industry might not want you to know. Instead of spending all that money on make-up and other “miracles” in a bottle, you can improve your hair, skin, and nails simply with vitamin C. That’s right – vitamin C is the nutrient responsible for creating and maintaining collagen—the “glue” that holds… Read more »

Six Summer Skin Saving Secrets

six summer saving secrets

1. Drink Green Tea – If your complexion is red or blotchy, this tea’s anti-inflammatory properties can be soothing. Iced is best because hot beverages can worsen redness and other symptoms of rosacea. Plus, the epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) in green tea may help prevent the collagen destruction that leads to wrinkles as well as sun-induced… Read more »

Hair, Skin, and Nails Challenge

hair skin and nails challenge

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but what woman doesn’t need a little boost now and then? Our Women’s Beauty Formula has exactly what you need to radiate a healthy glow. With everything from vitamin C and biotin to apple and pomegranate extract, you’ll look and feel your best with Women’s Beauty. Encourages… Read more »

Hottest Foods for Healthy Hair

foods for healthy hair

Start a hair-healthy diet today by adding these foods to your diet for shiny, lustrous locks. Lean red meat – too little iron can cause baldness, according to research conducted at the Cleveland Clinic. Treating iron deficiency may help regrow hair. People who have problems with hair loss or hair growth tend to be iron… Read more »

Summer Sun Safety

summer sun safety advice

Summer is on its way and it’s natural to want to get out in the sun and soak up some vitamin D. But you also need to think about your skin and how you’ll protect it while you’re enjoying the sunny summer season. This past Friday was designated as “Don’t Fry Day” – a day… Read more »

Worst Foods for Hair, Skin and Nails

worst foods for hair skin and nails

Our skin, hair and nails reflect many biochemical imbalances in the body. Emotional imbalances due to stress can manifest in skin irritation and problems with hair and nails. But more so, how we eat and the lack of nutrition in our food will immediately appear in the condition of our hair, skin and nails. Avoiding… Read more »

Sun Exposure Cancer Warnings Lead to Vitamin D Deficiency

vitamin d deficiency is a result of our concern on sun exposure

Vitamin D is important for immune system health, and we get it from the sun. That’s why some scientists argue that protecting yourself from UV rays is detrimental to your health. For the last 30 years or so, dermatologists, health officials, beauty experts and companies have shunned the sun. They’ve told us to avoid it… Read more »

Omega-3 and Vitamin D in Krill Oil Can Protect Against the Sun

June is National Outdoors Month and everyone is encouraged to get outside and enjoy the beautiful weather this month has to offer.  Warm temperatures are beckoning us, daylight hours are extended and the sun is shining.  But, we’ve all heard the warnings.  The sun can be dangerous.  Avoid prolonged exposure.  Use sunscreen.  Reapply after swimming. … Read more »

Pay attention to changes in skin to detect disease

If people pay attention to changes in their skin, they may discover signs of disease before it becomes too serious, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. The most common skin changes that could be warning signs of ill health are rashes, any growths such as tumors, skin discoloration and changes in texture. When it comes… Read more »

Protect skin by adding moisture and nutrients to daily routine

Staying indoors to escape cold, wet weather is a good way to stay comfortable throughout the winter. However, drying indoor heat can take its toll on the skin by the time spring rolls around. According to the American Skin Association, the low humidity that exists in most homes during the winter depletes natural oils and moisture… Read more »