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Work With Me Wednesday: Rooibos for Skincare

Welcome back to Work With Me Wednesday. I love it when you join me in the lab. Today, I'm in my office. I want to share the African healing herb, rooibos with you. It's popularly known as an herbal tea. Did you know you can apply it topically to your skin? It has great benefits for skin, especially for eczema relief. Watch the short video (4:32) below as I share rooibos's country of origin, traditional use, benefits, and how to use it for skincare.     Thank you for tagging along to Work With Me Wednesday. Please share this video with a friend. If this email was forwarded to you, sign up for our newsletter below so you can get these straight...

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Work With Me Wednesday: Buckwheat Honey

Welcome to Work With Me Wednesday. I love it when you tag along with me in the lab. Today, I'm making body wash. As I was gathering the ingredients, I thought about a skincare ingredient superstar--buckwheat honey. It has many properties that are particularly beneficial for eczema skin and dry skin. Buckwheat honey is a sweet treat for your skin that packs a powerful punch. Watch the short video (4:10) below to learn more about the benefits of buckwheat honey.     Thank you for tagging along to Work With Me Wednesday. Be Sure to 'like' and share this video. If this was forwarded to you by a friend, sign up for our newsletter to receive these videos and more direct to...

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5 Tips to Manage Your Eczema

Here are five tips to manage your eczema. For more tips, check out The 10 Best Tips to Manage Your Eczema. Our wild-harvested, organic Marula body oils moisturize, relieve and protect dry, chapping skin. They improve skin hydration, smoothness and reduce redness. Marula oil is a healing oil that can be used on your face, feet, and hands. It's suitable for all skin types.

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The 10 Best Tips To Manage Your Eczema

You have an itch, you scratch. The itch continues and you continue to scratch. You notice it turns red, gets itchy bumps, blisters, begins to ooze and crusts over. Those were the first signs that I knew something was wrong. My husband and son have eczema, but their condition didn’t manifest in that manner. I decided to go to my doctor. She looked at it. Asked if had been in a sauna or hot tub. Well, as a matter of fact, I had just gotten back from vacation where I spent a lot of time in the poolside hot tub. Aha, she diagnosed my rash as ring worm. She sent me off with a prescription for antibiotics to heal my...

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