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Aromatherapy: Do Essential Oils Really Work?

Essential oils have been getting a lot of buzz recently for helping with everything from headaches to sleep to sore throats. But do these concentrated plant-based oils work? "Essential oils don't work for everyone, but there's no harm in trying them as long as you use them in a safe way," says Harpreet Gujral, program director of integrative medicine at Sibley Memorial Hospital. "Even if they just boost your mood, it can make a positive impact on your health and well-being." Want to give essential oils a try? Learn what conditions they may help treat and how to find quality essential oils, since not all products are created equal. What Are Essential Oils? Essential oils are basically plant e

8 Tips to Manage Your Eczema.

Overview If you live with eczema, you know what it’s like to search for relief from itchy skin. You’ve probably already tried a variety of products. Unfortunately, some items can leave your skin feeling drier and even more irritated. Don’t give up hope yet! In addition to medications, there are many options you can try at home to help with your symptoms. The eight natural remedies listed below may help replenish moisture and protect your skin’s natural barrier. If you’re taking prescription medications for your eczema, it’s a good idea to check with your doctor before trying new home remedies. 1. Colloidal oatmeal Colloidal oatmeal is made from finely-ground oats. It helps calm and soften in

What Is Colloidal Oatmeal? Benefits, Uses, and Safety

What Is Colloidal Oatmeal? Benefits, Uses, and Safety Dry, itchy skin may have led you to visit a dermatologist or try out home remedies for relief. If so, somebody may have suggested you try using colloidal oatmeal as a treatment. It’s made by finely powdering oat grains and added to common beauty products. What’s more, it can easily be made at home and sprinkled into a soothing bath. If so, somebody may have suggested you try using colloidal oatmeal as a treatment. This article explains how to use colloidal oatmeal for skin conditions and whether it’s safe and effective. What is colloidal oatmeal? For centuries, colloidal oatmeal has been a salve for itchy, dry, or irritated skin. This nat

8 Great Benefits of Almond Oil for Hair, Face and Skin

I haven't quite come across any other ingredient than almonds that play such a holistic role in our daily lives. These brown, oval-shaped nuts don a role that suffices and fits most of our everyday concerns. Almonds are an all-rounder; from making your food more delectable, flavorful and crunchier, to providing you the much-needed nutrition boost to combat various ailments. When it comes to incorporating them into cooking, you can use them to create exquisite bakes or simple dishes too. Toss them into your salads, dunk them in your batches of cookies and brownies, or simply blend them along with shakes and smoothies, almonds are fuss-free and hassle-free. When I say that these nuts play a ho

Coconut Oil for Your Face: What You Need To Know

Oh coconut oil, it’s the best thing since sliced bread. If you’ve seen the memes, you’ll know that the internet wants you to use it for everything. Dry skin? Coconut oil. Out of Crisco? Coconut oil. Seeing your ex at a party you forgot to wear deodorant to? Coconut oil. Of course, there are certain things you shouldn’t use coconut oil for. When it comes to your face, there are some things you need to know. Is Coconut Oil Good for Your Face? Coconut oil is seen as a magic ingredient in many skincare products, especially natural products. While you shouldn’t put it on your face on its own, when it’s mixed with other ingredients such as shea butter, aloe, and certain AHAs and BHAs, coconut oil

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