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What's the Deal With Activated Charcoal Anyway?

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What's the Deal With Activated Charcoal Anyway?

So, What is Activated Charcoal? Activated charcoal is a black powder that has no taste or odor. It's a form of charcoal  that can be derived from bamboo, wood, peat or coconut shells that's been heated in order to increase its ability to absorb things. Charcoal is so effective at grabbing and binding to substances such as alcohol, drugs and poisons that it has been used for many years in hospitals as an alternative to stomach pumping. Though you probably don't associate charcoal with healthy skin activated charcoal does boast beauty benefits for skin by drawing oil, dirt and other...

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Choose the Right LOVEFRESH Shampoo + Conditioner for Your Hair Type

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Choose the Right LOVEFRESH Shampoo + Conditioner for Your Hair Type

All three natural shampoos from LOVEFRESH are soft lathering cleansers which harness the foaming action of potatoes and coconut oil for a gentle yet deep clean. The LOVEFRESH natural conditioners leave your hair feeling strong and healthy using the power of Organic Jojoba oil, Organic Hemp Seed oil, Vitamin E, Oatmeal Protein and Vitamin B5/Panthenol. So, which duo is right for you? Lavender Tea Tree Natural Organic Shampoo + Conditioner Organic Essential oils of Lavender and Tea Tree soothe dry scalp and hair while promoting hair growth and thickness! A fabulous scent to relieve tension while showering. Best for Thin Hair...

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Sun Protection is a Year Round Essential

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Sun Protection is a Year Round Essential

We have to stop thinking of sunscreen as just a summer essential. The ozone layer, which helps protect us from ultra violet rays, is depleting and that means the sun's harmful rays are becoming even more powerful than they were just two decades ago.   Who's at Risk for Skin Cancer? According to the American Academy of Dermatology anyone can get skin cancer, regardless of age, gender or race. It's estimated that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. Although the incidence of melanoma is higher within the Caucasian population, a July 2016 study in the...

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