• Managing Sweat (In All Areas) Naturally

    Sweat is a natural part of life. Some people naturally sweat more than others. Some people struggle with sweat because they are constantly in hot environments or they exercise regularly. For others, food, or even stress, is a major trigger for perspiration. Everyone sweats, and it is nothing to be ashamed of.  View Post
  • “Cysters” Treating PCOS Externally

    While we continue to observe Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Awareness Month. We can take a further look at external treatments to PCOS.

     You and your doctor should talk about what your goals are, so you can come up with a treatment plan for the symptoms of PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome). For instance, if you want to get pregnant and you are experiencing trouble, then your treatment would focus on helping you conceive. If you want to tame PCOS-related acne, your treatment would be focused toward skin problems.

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  • Sweating It Out: A Free Way To Release Toxins

    One of the most frowned upon natural bodily functions is SWEATING! While most people may dread sweating, one thing is for certain, it’s totally necessary. Sweating allows your body to release any toxins that may be in your system, ultimately giving you clear, blemish-free skin. Another great way ... View Post