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Why Less is More


If you have ever taken a break from eating fast food, even for as little as a week, and began to eat more grains, fresh produce and drink more unsweetened water (not carbonated or :”enhanced”), you may have noticed that you felt better overall.

The Truth About Oils and Your Skin


We all grew up watching people slather different oils directly on their skin. Whether it was suntan oil while baking at the beach or pricking a caplet full of Vitamin E “oil” and applying it directly to one’s dry face as a way to clear up blemishes and acne marks.

Thank goodness, we at Nature’s Natural Solutions have found a way to remedy skin ailments and protect it during extreme weather changes.And we do this without having to use cheap oils that clog pores and make acne breakouts even worse.

Leather Does Not Belong on Your Face!


I have a good friend from Jamaica that I like to hang out with once in a while. “Karen” always brings joy to my day with her unique stories about growing up in Kingston, her funny restaurant reviews and dating life.

She’s also one of the smartest people I know but once shocked me when she bragged about tanning without using any skin protection.

Tip of the Day


Seeing as summer is almost here and we thought this was important to share. Did you know that you are supposed to wash your hands after handling something as simple as our garden hose because of toxic chemicals is many of our gardening products?

What’s the Difference Between Deodorant and Anti-Perspirant Anyway?


I remember as a kid picking up a deodorant that was heavily advertised to make anyone smell springtime fresh but I found out the hard way that it did not stop the wetness brought on by my love for disco skating, So it was back to the drawing board of plain old antiperspirant.

However, people I’ve known throughout the years were not always fortunate to realize the difference. In some cases, using any product may be forbidden by their culture or some products (even those that are labeled ‘fragrance free’ or ‘for sensitive skin’) may have an adverse reaction that could be more uncomfortable than a little funk.

Repair Skin On the Run

Skin Repair Stick

If you’ve ever had a painful paper cut or scrape but no way to treat it, the Skin Repair Stick can help.

It also works on dry cuticles and sensitive skin. It’s ideal to carry around in small purses and most pockets yet unlike most lotions and creams, you don’t have to worry about spillage. Great for parents of active children or those who work in an office handling papers all day.