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CBD and Wellness

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CBD and Wellness

Cannabidiol is a naturally occurring compound found in the resinous flower of cannabis, a plant with a history as rich as that of humanity. Many scientists believe that hemp was one of the first plants cultivated by humans more than 10,000 years ago. With the capabilities to produce crucial resources such as food, rope, clothing, paper, housing material, medicine and more, hemp has been the catalyst for man’s earliest innovations.

CBD beauty products have taken the industry by storm. From CBD topicals formulated to alleviate skin conditions like acne, eczema, and psoriasis to CBD infused teas that can improve your mood and help you fight stress throughout the day—CBD beauty products have become the latest craze of the beauty industry...

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FIVE Ways To Use Pearl Powder

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FIVE Ways To Use Pearl Powder


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Festive Food series - Alternative Yuletide Treats

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Festive Food series - Alternative Yuletide Treats

Tasty treats and naughty nibbles are traditionally the bedrock of Christmas fare.  Throughout the holiday season, we expect that most will enjoy the indulgence of excess throughout December and address the consequences come the New Year! It is most enjoyable, of course, and many can feast away without adding the pounds. For those of us who are a little more affected by this influx of celebratory extravagance, we’ve compiled a few alternatives that are a little kinder to the complexion, digestive system and liver, not to mention your waistline!   Moroccan Natural’s Christmas Breakfast Smoothie Kiwi - one Strawberry –...

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Skin Types Week 3: Oily Skin

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Skin Types Week 3: Oily Skin

Some people have overactive sebaceous glands that produce excess sebum that contributes to the look of oily skin (remember the cross section of the skin from week 1?)   The glands are more plentiful in the face, neck, chest, and head and back, so that's why those areas tend to be affected by oil production the most. To get from the glands to your skin the oil flows into nearby follicular pores, and eventually works its way to the surface. When too much oil is produced skin no longer looks healthy but shiny and greasy. Genetics, hormone changes, or even...

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Skin Types Week 2: Combination Skin

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Skin Types Week 2: Combination Skin

This is the most common of skin types, combining two of the classifications of ‘normal’, dry, sensitive or oily. It is particularly prevalent in adolescence, with most individuals experiencing raised sebum levels through hormonal activity in this life stage. However, some may experience this combination throughout life. Typically, the delicate eye area and cheeks would have a ‘normal’ skin texture and appearance with the T-zone (this is the forehead, nose and chin) presenting open pores & blackheads and sebum rich skin that may or may not have pimples.     For those who experience oily break-outs in their teens, a...

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