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Lately, I’ve been jonesing for this wonderful Trader Joe’s Organic Ginger Turmeric Herbal Tea. It’s so tasty, caffeine free, and besides its two main ingredients, it also contains organic licorice, organic orange peel, organic orange oil and organic black pepper. As great as it tastes, what’s more exciting is the fact that turmeric is known to have numerous health benefits. It fights inflammation at the molecular level, is a powerful antioxidant, boosts brain function, and may even help prevent and possibly treat arthritis, depression, cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.
If all of these health advantages aren’t enough, it does have a number of amazing effects on the skin as well. When it is a
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You’re doing your skin a disservice if you’re using your usual foaming face cleanser this season. Foaming face washes might leave skin clean, but for those with year-round sensitive or dry skin and for almost everyone else who is prone to dryness right now, they can also leave your complexion tight and parched due to their strong cleansing agents. No matter which category you fall into, when the temperature drops outside and you’ve got your thermostat turned up high you’ll want to switch to something gentler to counteract these harsh moisture sapping conditions.
What’s gentle on your skin but can get the job done and then some? Cleansing balms. They won’t strip natural oils from your skin