Even before winter comes around in full swing, my skin begins to show telltale signs of the cold weather to come by becoming dry, itchy and rough as alligator-skin. Since I keep trying to find newer and better ways to fight this menace of the itchy winter skin, here are some helpful tips that I’ve learned along the way.
If you’re a beauty and cosmetic product fanatic like I am, you’ve surely run into at least a few products that boast a “paraben-free” status — the ones that don’t (otherwise known as the majority of cosmetics on the market), generally do include parabens in their ingredient list. So, what exactly are parabens?
The truth of the matter is that most people are already aware that no single product or pill can hold the key to the fountain of youth. Rather, a balanced lifestyle that pays heed to nutrition, exercise, and the support of friends and family seems to be what helps us stay healthy and robust well into our senior years.
Experts say that most people in the US suffer from primary axillary hyperhydrosis. People will spend anything to smell good, so obviously the deodorant industry is huge. It is better to rely on inexpensive and holistic ways when choosing cosmetics and deodorants.
Parabens in skin care and parabens in makeup are a group of chemicals widely used as preservatives in the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries. Parabens are effective preservatives in many types of formulas. These compounds, and their salts, are used primarily for their bacteriocidal and fungicidal properties.
Some foods and herbs command the respect and honor of the title “super” because of their completeness and the amount of nutrition packed into each bite. And, other so-called supers, like milk, yogurt and turkey breast top off my Danger List. Yeah, some of these super foods are not only un-super, but they can potentially harm us.