We can’t say for sure that it will improve your life, but we can say that if you watch this week’s Health Flash video, you’ll find out the secret to soft skin and shiny hair, which snacks to eat when you’re trying to slim down and how to get FREE stuff at Vitacost.com.
Q. Should I follow a different skin care regimen in the summer than I do in the winter? This humidity makes me feel like I am never truly clean!
Dr. Linda Miles L. Ac., D.O.M. responds:
Summer temperatures and humidity can cause more perspiration and oily skin, which often leads to that not-so-clean feeling. While most people think the key to summer skin care is to cleanse and cleanse and cleanse, and possibly skip the moisturizing step in order to achieve a truly clean-feeling face, resist these temptations. It will only cause unbalanced skin that can lead to more problems.
What’s hot (and not) in health today? Let’s explore the latest health trends and info, including brain foods, skin solutions and ketchup controversy.
Eating avocados is a delicious way to improve your skin and your health. They’re a naturally nutrient-dense food. Nutrients found in avocados include vitamin E, vitamin C, lutein and several B vitamins—folate, B6, pantothenic acid, riboflavin and niacin—all of which have been shown to be good for hair and skin.
You do all you can to maintain glowing skin and shiny hair. You use natural shampoo infused with nourishing botanical extracts, a moisturizer with added antioxidants – and the list goes on. But what about what you put in your body?
You are what you eat – so here’s a list of five skin and hair-friendly foods to add your daily diet:
Some tout it as the solution to sagging skin and ho-hum hair. But is argan oil a beauty miracle or a total bust? Here are the facts:
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