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4 Ingredient DIY Face Mask

Winter weather may not seem like a big deal for skin, but if you’re someone who suffers from dryness or acne-prone skin you might want to rethink your winter routine! The colder months means it’s time to put skincare first, and if you’re like us you might not want to spend hundreds of dollars on boosting your daily regime. But have no fear! There are plenty of ways to make the most of ingredients you already have at home, to help boost your skin’s natural glow and reduce the appearance of acne. So if you’re searching for a face mask that will help keep your skin clean, clear and moisturized all winter long, check below for our favorite 4 ingredient...

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Reduce Your Cellulite the Natural Way

Did you know that stress can be a huge factor in the development of cellulite? That’s right, ladies, it’s swimsuit season! Although the summer months can be an even more stressful time as you pull out that swimwear, we’re here to help you panic less and get your beach body ready on your own terms. Let’s face it, cellulite can be one of the most stubborn and unwanted visitors to get rid of. There are so many products out there that promise relief, though many researchers have found the main cause of cellulite is hormonal and stress-related. Though you can’t get rid of cellulite in just one try, there are many all natural options to help you reduce those unwanted...

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Chinese New Year Traditions for Better Health in 2017

CHINESE NEW YEAR IS A GREAT TIME TO RESET, REBUILD AND RENEW THE MIND AND BODY.   In the West, when the earth finishes a rotation around the sun, people celebrate the New Year by making a list of resolutions, the most popular of which is to lose weight. In the East, when a new moon appears between late January and late February, people celebrate the New Year by refocusing on balance and setting the stage for more prosperous, healthy future.   The West follows the Gregorian calendar, based on the rotation of the sun, while the East follows the lunar calendar, based on the cycles of the moon. This year, Chinese New Year falls on the Western January 28,...

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