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Like most of us, when I was a kid I had to be coaxed to take a bath. These days? No strong-arm is required! In my mind, a soak in the tub can rival a trip to a day spa. I set aside at least a half hour to luxuriate in a hot tub full of salts, oils or bubbles and depending on my mood will just close my eyes and relax, listen to music or read.
The primary purpose of a bath is to get you clean, but its other benefits far outweigh its practicalities:
- It’s therapeutic. Add-ins like pure essential oils can make your bath curative. Mix 5-10 drops of your favorite essential oils with a carrier oil like jojoba or sweet almond oil, before adding to your bathwater. Try
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Christopher Harrison is a Kinetic Explorer and Discoverer. In his explorations he found a new way to move the body, different than mankind has ever had before. Moving the body freely in all directions of open space was once only accessible underwater or perhaps to the most elite specialty athletes for a limited period of time with great effort.
His Harrison AntiGravity® Hammock and related techniques changed all that. What was once only vertical can now be experienced horizontally and inverted. What was once only explored underwater can now be experienced safely in your own living room or in a class environment
“Supplements are meant to do exactly what they say; they work to supplement your diet. Regardless of how healthy you eat, it is difficult for most people to get the amount of nutrients needed to look and feel their best,” says world-renowned skincare expert, Howard Murad, M.D., FAAD. He adds, ”topical skincare products are essential for the 20% of your skin on the surface, the other 80% of your skin can benefit greatly by what you eat and drink, including your dietary supplements.”
If you could have healthier skin, look more beautiful, feel more energized and even drop a few pound
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Oatmeal is good for a lot of things — nourishment and stamina (hello Jamba Juice’s steel-cut oats with soy milk and yummy toppings), arts and crafts projects, and neutralizing odors in the fridge. But my new favorite way to enjoy oats is in beauty treatments because they are skin soothing, a natural acne remedy, relieve itchiness, gently cleanse, and more. Here are four products that use oats to provide beauty fixes.