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What You Put On Your Body Goes In Your Body Too!

What you put on your body goes in your body too!

 

In the past several years, we have become more health conscious when it comes to food; however, when it comes to purchasing bath and body products people still tend to stick with major brands, not fully aware of all the chemicals contained within! U.S. Researchers have found that approximately 10,500 industrial chemicals are used as cosmetic ingredients.

Here are some of the chemicals you should look out for in your products.

PARABENS

Blogging about Blogs

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I often ask myself, am I still supposed to blog?  If you have a personal business e-commerce site, are you still supposed to have a blog page? Are you supposed to keep it updated? Is that very 2005?  Anyway, I found this article on the state of blogging and thought I'd share it.

Blogging about blogs. How very meta.

Blogging: The Game's Not Dead, The Game's Just Changed

credit: Bloglovin' Influence

Favorite Summer 2016 Skin Care Products

In the heat of the summer, the sun rays are at their peak which can cause UV damage and skin aging plus the heat and humidity makes you sweat more. All of this can do a number on your skin, so here are my favorites this summer. Sweaty sticky weather means exfoliation and I love the Rolling Face & Body Exfoliator from ilike Organic Skin Care. It's like a facial in a jar. Z34bCRolling-Face-and-Body-Exfoliator I use this on my face, decolletage and back.  I leave it on for a few minutes and then scrub off in a shower.  It makes rough skin smooth and firm and it smells delicious!

Becca & Mars - Other Enjoyments, Favorite Blogs

The Internet is such a great place to kill time, meet interesting people, and learn new things.  In that vein, today we going to share some our favorite blogs.  We highly recommend you check these out! www.apartmenttherapy.com Apartment Therapy writes about calm, healthy, beautiful homes.  They believe it's a necessary foundation for happiness and success in the world.  Creating this home doesn't require large amounts of money or space.

Under the Weather?

Boo!  We have colds!  February has been a rough month for us.  There's no way to cure a cold, but here are some tips from Becca & Mars on how aromatherapy and essential oils can help you reduce your symptoms: 1. Place either eucalyptus or clove essential oil on a cotton ball.  Place cotton balls on the window sills at night.   These oils clear the respiratory system and ease breathing.

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