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  • How to care for your hair, skin and nails with essential oils this winter
  • Winter is here, which means that you need to turn your beauty routine up a notch! Cold weather can leave your hair, skin and even nails dry, dull and damaged. Oily hair and skin appear noticeably drier, your scalp is left flaky or itchy, and your nails become weak and brittle. So what's one to do? Turn to essential oils, of course! Essential oils are a fantastic natural solution to help hai... ››› more
  • [13 May 2016]
  • Eat these five foods for strong, healthy nails
  • Many of us overlook our nail health. Don't ask me why - I mean, we all want strong, healthy-looking nails don't we? The good news, however, is that with a few simple diet changes, you can start eating your way to healthier nails. Yup, that's right - with proper nutrition, you can achieve super-strong, super-healthy nails! These are five foods you can immediately put into your diet and begin ... ››› more
  • [14 April 2016]
  • Eight foods that feed your skin, hair and nails
  • It doesn't matter how many serums you slather on your skin, hair and nails - what goes in your mouth has the strongest influence on what shows up on your face! Here's a list of my favourite skin, hair and nail superfoods. Eight foods to eat for beauty benefits #1: Walnuts The omega-3 fatty acids help strengthen skin and keep it well-hydrated.   #2: Carrots Carotenoids prote... ››› more
  • [18 November 2015]
  • Try this nourishing DIY honey soak for soft cuticles and beautiful nails
  • Soft, healthy cuticles are the key to pretty nails! And who doesn't want lovely-looking nails? Here's a quick and easy way to soften up your cuticles and get them in tip top shape. You'll only need a few natural ingredients… Honey cuticle softener You’ll need: 1 tbsp raw organic honey 1 tsp freshly-squeezed lime or lemon juice 1 tbsp olive or almond oil 1/4 ... ››› more
  • [12 November 2015]
  • Could weekly manicures be bad for you?
  • I've read a few articles that suggest that nail salon workers are at high risk of serious health problems, which left me wondering… Are weekly customers in danger, too? I did some research and this is what I found out. The health risks that salon workers face More and more research, as well as anecdotal evidence, suggests that cosmetologists – salon workers ranging from manicurists to h... ››› more
  • [08 September 2015]
  • A citrus and honey concoction to soften up your cuticles
  • Soft, healthy cuticles are the key to pretty nails! And who doesn't want lovely-looking nails? Here's a quick and easy way to soften up your cuticles and get them in tip top shape. You'll only need a few natural ingredients… Citrus and honey cuticle softener You’ll need: 1 tbsp raw organic honey 1 tsp freshly-squeezed lime or lemon juice 1 tbsp olive or almond oil... ››› more
  • [07 August 2015]
  • Four common health problems you didn't know coconut oil could treat
  • Coconut oil is a fantastic remedy that can help prevent a number of diseases, including diabetes, thyroid disease, cancer and heart disease. What's more, you can also use it to treat a number of other more common health problems, from chapped lips to a dry scalp. Keep reading to find out more. Four amazing coconut oil secrets that will change your life!   #1: Chapped lips For ... ››› more
  • [29 May 2015]
  • It's not calcium causing those white spots on your nails, but something much more serious
  • Have you ever seen those white dots on your nails? Or maybe you noticed them on other people's nails. But where do they come from, what's really causing them? Most people think that these white spots are an indication of calcium deficiency in their bodies. And while they are in fact, a sign of a nutritional deficiency, it's not calcium. Experts say they most likely show a zinc deficiency an... ››› more
  • [16 March 2015]
  • Three secrets your nails reveal about your health
  • Have you ever seen those white marks on your nails? Or do you get deep grooves? It could be more than just aesthetic. Why? That's because, like the rings, the bumps, dents, and ridges of a tree your nails reveal a lot about your health. “Nails provide an amazing time line of a patient's habits and health history,” says Dana Stern, a dermatologist in New York City. Read on to di... ››› more
  • [09 September 2014]
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