Exfoliate Like An Expert

Millions of skin cells die every day. It’s a normal process, part of skin maintenance, so to speak. But when dead skin cells aren’t properly removed, they can clog pores and leave skin looking dull and lifeless. Exfoliating is the process ...

How To Use a Diffuser

Unpleasant household odors””from garbage cans, Fido’s latest accident on the carpet, cigarette smoke and even mildew””can leave your home feeling dirty and not very visitor friendly. Fragranced room sprays, candles and incense all h ...

Celebrate Soy!

Here’s a fun fact you may not be aware of: April is National Soyfoods Month! In recent years, soy consumption has been on the rise, possibly due to a heightened interest in dairy and meat alternatives, as well as the introduction of new soy-bas ...

Nutrient-Packed Pomegranate

If you’ve ever eaten a pomegranate, you’re probably familiar with the fruit’s interesting internal structure. It contains hundreds of individual seed casings called arils, which must be separated from the rest of the fruit. The proc ...

Six Steps to Glowing Skin

As the largest organ in your body, your skin’s health and appearance is important not only to your confidence, but also to your overall well-being. So how can you get (and keep) that healthy glow that gets the compliments rolling in? Here are s ...

What’s In Your Soap?

Put down the pump and back away from that bar ““ there may be harmful chemicals lurking in your hand and body soap that could be potentially perilous for both you and the environment. Take a peek at the ingredient list of your favorite soap or ...

The Calming Power of Chamomile

Chamomile is an annual plant with white, daisy-like flowers, recognized worldwide for its calming, soothing benefits. Its name comes from the Greek chamomaela, or “ground apple,” as the plant is known to emit a light, apple-like scent. T ...