There aren’t many people who could utter the phrase, “I love shaving everyday.” Shaving is seen as a necessary evil, something that must be done in order to maintain desirable and smooth skin, but who actually looks forward to the mundane process of shaving?
Some use waxing as an alternative, but it really isn’t a much better choice. Not only is waxing painful, but hair still grows back in just a few week’s time. Waxing will give you smooth legs for a weeklong trip to Mexico, but not much more. And forget about chemical foams and other store bought options that abuse your skin without doing much to get rid of hair. Those are nothing short of dangerous and useless. Continue reading “Laser Hair Reduction for Men and Women” »
It’s common to hear someone sniffle and sneeze and mutter, “Ugh, allergies,” but the term allergy is actually a broad umbrella term that encompasses a number of ways in which the body may be rejecting outside elements. In order to know exactly how to tackle your allergies, you first need to understand which type of allergies they might be.
About 5 percent of the population suffers from a legitimate food allergy, while others are simply sensitive to certain foods. A true food allergy can develop at any age when the body’s immune system overreacts and identifies an otherwise safe food as a danger and stimulates a response to fight the “dangerous” food away. Continue reading “The Different Types of Allergies that May be Causing You to Suffer” »
It’s almost summer, which means congestion, itchy eyes, and sneezing are back. Before you run to the pharmacy for your typical allergy medication, consider the nasty side effects that can leave you feeling even worse than you did to begin with. Instead of buying a pharmaceutical drug, try essential oils to combat your allergies.
The Problem With Conventional Allergy Medication
You suffer from allergies because your body responds to certain allergens by creating chemicals called histamines. The histamines cause all of your common allergy symptoms like runny nose, watery eyes, itching, and hives. Since antihistamine medicines block the histamines from forming, they also stop allergy suffering. Continue reading “The Best Essential Oils to Beat Allergies” »
If you haven’t yet heard of the PRP facial, then now is the time to learn. More women (and men!) than ever are experiencing the power of PRP to transform the skin and wonder how they ever balanced a healthy skin regimen without it.
What is PRP?
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is obtained from your very own blood, so it involves absolutely nothing artificial! Your doctor simply draws some of your blood, places it through a centrifuge, and is left with plasma that has a very high concentration of platelets in it. Platelets aren’t just valuable for clotting blood, but they also contain growth factors that stimulate the production of elastin, collagen, and hyaluronic acid in your skin. Continue reading “PRP Facial: Better Than a Facelift?” »
Did you know there are foods that have the power to boost your body’s own production of hormones? It may be surprising, but there are certain seeds that contain high amounts of lignans, vitamins, and minerals that help support hormone production and release. These seeds are flax, pumpkin, sesame, and sunflower seeds. Integrating these seeds at different times during the cycle is known as seed rotation and helps to support optimal hormone balance.
To understand the potential power of seed rotation, it is important to be familiar with the basics of the female menstrual cycle. Continue reading “Seed Rotation for Hormone Balance” »