Imagine yourself in Halifax, Toronto, or even New York outside your house while an occasional gust of various strong fragrances assault your nostrils. One moment, you recall the fragrance of soap you used for so many years but has since replaced with one made by Nature’s Natural Solutions. Another moment you also recognize the smell of the ointment for your eczema and the preparation prescribed for your skin treatment by your dermatologist.
Eczema is a common skin ailment that results in itchy, dry, inflamed skin. It can be caused by a food allergies, allergies to ingredients in skin care products and other sources as well. Today we are going to talk about how your skin care products can be a lot of and in some cases all of the reason for your eczema.
Milk is a primary source of nutrition for all young ones. It is an important food. Human beings require a nutritious diet. If we talk about food then milk is the one of the only foods that contains almost all the nutrients we require. Goat milk contains many such nutrients. Many times a person allergic to cow’s milk can often tolerate goat milk.
Not long ago, we published this informative post on the harm that parabens cause in cosmetics.
Since then, we have also uncovered more data from great sources that details ingredients found in most cosmetics today.
It seems that a popular brand of “natural cosmetics” contains…LEAD.
Courtesy of Blisstree.com, some of the Burt’s Bees Lip Shimmers have been found to contain lead in the testing of over 400 lipsticks by the Federal Drug Administration.
If you need a friendly reminder as to why this is bad, here is another article that not only tells us what 7 toxins found in cosmetics we should avoid but they also give a handy PDF that can be carried on your person the next time you go shopping for cosmetics or skin care products
If you are prone to poison ivy, you may want to try drinking goat’s milk. That’s right!
If you are someone whose digestive system has slowed down considerably as you’ve gotten older, you may want to try goat’s milk.
If you’re going to be in the Toronto area during June 21-24, we will be at the Waterfront Festival.
Come see the sights, enjoy the food, take in some live entertainment and most of all, stop on by to pay a visit!
I was brought up to believe that is something didn’t cost a lot of money, it wasn’t worth buying. This was before I fell in love with flea markets, off-price stores and other steals my roommate would tell me about.