7 Steps To Beautiful Skin

February 28, 2009 by  
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7 Steps to beautiful skinMost people today are skin conscious. We want our skin to look young and healthy, and will usually do as much as we possibly can to protect our skin from whatever possible harm there may be in our environment. Of course every woman wants to have a beautiful, clear, radiant complexion. But are you doing as much as you possibly can to care for your skin?

Skin is your largest organ, and it performs several important functions that are vital for your survival. It primary role is to protect us against the invasion of foreign substances and bacteria, but it also serves as the transfer point for the release of toxins from our bodies. Therefore, your skin is far more than just your outward appearance and is truly worthy of protection and care.
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Aromatic Armoury

February 20, 2009 by  
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Protect yourself with essential oilsHave you ever entered a room whilst in a perfectly normal and happy mood, and immediately felt an emotional change come over you? The feeling is unmistakable and may vary from just feeling a little uncomfortable right through to experiencing the irresistible urge to flee the room.

Perhaps a heated argument had taken place there earlier, or something much more sinister might have happened many years ago, but either way you got the message and no mistake. This is not as uncommon as you might imagine and there are many documented cases of how people’s lives were saved by taking decisive action after experiencing such feelings.
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Relax – Improve Your Health

February 1, 2009 by  
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Relax and improve your healthStress is the curse of living in modern times and it seems almost impossible to escape from. And despite what some people might say to the contrary, just about everyone suffers from stress at some point during a typical working day. The problem is, if we experience stress continually it can take a heavy toll on our mind, body and spirit.

In recent studies experts have determined that heart disease is linked to anger, and irritability is linked to mental stress. Too much stress can cause the blood flow to the heart to become restricted (cardiac ischemia) which can lead to a heart attack.
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