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Pumpkins are good for so much more than Halloween decorations and Thanksgiving pie. This superfruit can have an amazing impact on your skin. This fall, consider using pumpkin in your skincare routine. Pumpkin seeds, oil, and pulp are becoming popular ingredients in natural skin care. They contain enzymes that resist the weakening of healthy collagen and elastin fibers. Pumpkin also makes a great exfoliator and the fruit acids help to break up that intracellular glue that binds those old cells to the young healthy ones below.  Similar to the effects of retinal, naturally high in vitamin A, pumpkin encourages cellular...

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The first day of Fall, September 23, is this week. Although the weather in our hometown of Austin is slower to cool down, Fall means the beginning of cooler and drier weather to many parts of the country. With the change in weather often comes a change in the condition of your skin, which can become dull and dehydrated.  In honor of the change of seasons, here are some tips for keeping your skin healthy and hydrated: 1. Moisturize your skin Moisturize and hydrate your skin with lotions and skin creams that will soothe, hydrate and protect your skin daily. Choose...

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Many of us enjoy a cup (or two or three or four cups) of coffee in the morning to perk us up for the day and make us feel more like ourselves.  In fact, according to a National Coffee Drinking Study from the National Coffee Association, approximately 83% of Americans drink coffee in the United States. However, did you know that the caffeine in coffee that gives us that extra boost of energy in the morning may also have powerful benefits on our skin? Research indicates that coffee and caffeine may have powerful benefits on our skin, making it look more radiant and...

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A growing number of Americans are choosing to live gluten-free and uncovering the relationship between the protein gluten and the negative effects it may have on our health.  People who suffer from diseases such as celiac disease, autism, chrones, dermititis, wheat allergies, and psoriasis have found that eliminating gluten is very beneficial to their well-being. Gluten is a protein found in grains such as barley, wheat, and rye.  Gluten’s structure provides the stickiness that binds flour products together.  The damage from this most often occurs in the intestine and causes inflammation and abdominal cramping.  The irritation of the intestine leads...

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Looking for a new oil to soothe your irritated skin? Give argan oil a try. You will not only help your skin, but you will also support fair trade working cooperatives and reforestation projects in Morocco. Helping Your Skin Rich in vitamin E and essential fatty acids, argan oil naturally comforts and nourishes dry, irritated skin, and can improve the condition of skin disorders like psoriasis and eczema. Never heard of argan oil? This may be because it is relatively new to the United States and is only produced in Morocco, where it is extracted from one of the rarest...

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