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The Bitter Beauty of Aloe Vera

Uses and Functions of the Spiky Plant

By: Victoria Ifatusin

Roses, daisies, tulips and lilies are plants typically associated with beauty and are lovely when worn in one’s hair. 566 more words

Lifestyles

Benefits of Aloe Vera

Sometimes dubbed as the “First Aid” plant because of the soothing gel inside the thick, succulent leaves, aloe vera has incredible, natural, skin care properties. Aloe vera is commonly used on sunburns, cuts, or even consumed. 1,008 more words

Herbs

Walk a Mile (or 20) in My Shoes

It’s taken me a while longer than I’d like to get this next post going.  The next challenge is a big one and I’ve actually been working on it for about a month now.   642 more words

Not Just For Kids

Skin Benefits of Musk Oil: "Elixir of Youth"

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Wild Musk Rose oil has quite unique healing and cosmetic properties that justify its name of “Elixir of Youth” from Nature. The oil owes its special title to the perfectly balanced richness of its components. 143 more words

2017

Coconut oil: for Hair, Skin and Food

Coconut oil contains medium chain fatty acids, including lauric acid, which are metabolized differently. They can reduce your appetite and fight the bad bacteria. It also contains saturated fat, which raises the good cholesterol and keeps your heart healthy. 311 more words

Nutrition

Hack #4: Treat Your Sunburns With This Easy, Handy Trick

Kim Kardashian flaunted hers like it was cool to do so. But not all of us would like to be as brave.

Sunburns can be really challenging, but equally true is the fact that one can’t elude the sun’s burning rays at times. 82 more words

Fashion

Sunburned


Yesterday, I got sunburned. It ‘s the first time it’s happened in a while.

We went swimming in Lake Erie on one of those days where the sun is beating down with relentless intensity, but the humidity was low, the temperature stayed in the 80s, and the water was cool. 115 more words

Photography