moisturization

Hyaluronic Acid for Plumping the Look of Your Skin

As we get older, we tend to lose important nutrients that helped make our skin look smooth and fresh. Fortunately, using a natural ingredient that contains hyaluronic acid can help…

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Shea Butter, the Fast-Absorbing, Anti-Aging Moisturizer

Nuts give us lots of good things. Walnuts are rich in healthy omega-3 fatty acids. All nuts are rich in protein, and make great nutritious snacks. Almonds are good for…

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Broccoli Seed Oil Calms, Protects, and Keeps Your Skin Looking Young

You know broccoli is good for you—but on your skin? Well, we’re not talking about the cruciferous vegetable that you enjoy on your dinner plate, here. Instead, what we use…

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Coconut Oil, the Deeply Hydrating, Super Skin Moisturizer

Used by Pacific Islanders for centuries, coconut oil is an abundant source of fatty acids that are uniquely formed to deeply moisturize, hydrate, and condition the skin. Rich in vitamins…

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Blue Violet for Skin, the Natural Source of Salicylic Acid

A small, perennial wildflower, the common blue violet is the state flower in four states! Rhode Island, Illinois, Wisconsin and New Jersey have adopted this ornamental plant because of its…

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Ingredient Watch List: Propylene Glycol—It Penetrates Skin Only to Dry it Out

If you’re reading labels (and I hope you are!), you’ve probably seen “propylene glycol” on your skin care and hair care products—hopefully those you’re not using anymore! Here’s what this…

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