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What does non-comedogenic really mean?
What does non-comedogenic really mean?

November 06, 2018

We've talked about common beauty buzzwords before. Terms like hypoallergenic, natural, and chemical-free are thrown around without having much meaning at all. In fact, there is no regulation of these terms and they can be used to make the product more enticing without any repercussions.

One of the most commonly used buzzwords in beauty and skin care is "Non-Comedogenic".

The medical definition of comedogenic is tending to clog pores especially by the formation of blackheads. Non-comedogenic, in skin care speak, implies that a product will not block pores, leading to acne breakouts. It's a term slapped on product bottles with wild abandon in the beauty industry.

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Health Benefits of taking a bath from Seed Body Care
The Health Benefits of Taking a Bath

October 30, 2018

Baths are steeped in tradition, from heated baths in Rome to enjoying cool baths in Scandinavia. Most of us associate baths as being either for young children or for those taking long, pampering bubble baths for those rare "take me away" experiences. There are many health benefits to enjoying a bath, though.

1. Taking a warm bath at night can help you get a better sleep.

Once you have stepped into your warm bath, you immediately feel calmer and more relaxed. Did you know that science tells us there is another reason baths help you feel a bit better, though? Do you know that cooler feeling you experience stepping out of the tub, leaving the warm water behind? When that colder air hits your skin, your brain releases something you may have heard of before: Melatonin. Melatonin is a hormone that helps to lull you off to Dream Land a bit more easily.

 

 

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Our Best Hand and Cuticle Care Tips
Our Best Hand and Cuticle Care Tips

October 23, 2018

Your hands are one of the first things people notice. We express ourselves and communicate with them. They also are quick to show the signs of aging. It’s only fitting that we take care of them the way we would the skin on the rest of our bodies. Today we're sharing our favorite tips to help you get the best looking hands possible.

Hydration is essential.

  • Yes, we all know that drinking water is important to our overall health. Did you know that it is essential to healthy hands as well?
  • Water hydrates the nails, hair, and skin. If your nails seem brittle and break easily, very often dehydration is to blame.
  • Be sure to drink at least 8 glasses of water a day.
  • In addition to consuming water, the way we wash our hands matters. Did you know that water that is too hot will wreak havoc on the skin? Wash hands in warm - not hot - water.  

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