It’s officially summer time! That means spending lots of time outdoors, whether it’s at the beach, by the pool, or just spending time with family and friends in your backyard. While you’re outside this summer, it’s important for you remember to take some precautions in protecting yourself and your family from the dangers of the summer sun.

It is not uncommon for many cleaners and disinfectants to contain upward of 20 ingredients, many of which are harmful to your health. What are they hiding within those ingredients? Why can’t I pronounce any of them? A growing body of research suggests that an assortment of chemicals found in everyday products may put us at risk for health problems – from infertility and birth defects to certain types of cancer. In fact, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has stated that there are around 298 chemicals inside of the human body, many from the continued usage of common household items. These chemicals can build up inside your body and cause you to grow ill. So which ones exactly should you avoid?

You wouldn’t eat anything that is said to have possible ‘life threatening’ side effects, so why would you put it on your face? A recent statement from the FDA has proven that Benzoyl peroxide and Salicylic Acid can have detrimental side effects sometimes resulting in serious and harmful skin reactions. No way we would ever give anything like that to our children, so why are we still putting this stuff on our face? With all of the advancements in technology, it is time we look to the future of acne skin treatments and the future is in probiotics.

photo via: www.health24.com For those struggling with eczema, they know just how tiresome and troubling the chronic skin condition can be. The constant scratching and irritation can be almost too much to handle. And not to mention, the countless lotions and treatments can add up to be quite the investment. There has to be more to this than just OTC treatments and simply “dealing” with an outbreak, right? Let’s take a deeper look into this condition and see how we can fight it straight from the source.

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Burning, dryness, itching, peeling, redness, and slight swelling are just a few of the side effects you’ll find on your over the counter topical acne products. Sounds appealing right? Not really…If a product can cause those harmful side effects, why on earth would you want to put it on your face? Well, mostly because thats all we’ve really known- Benzoyl Peroxide and Salicylic Acid have been the only solutions proven to work in the past. But they are not doing you any favors…

There’s nothing fun about acne. It’s a constant reminder that your skin is less than perfect… Sitting complacently on your face and holding you captive to its power. But, it doesn’t have to be like that. Probiotics have been proven to help cure acne naturally without the added toxicity of harsh chemicals. Don’t let yourself fall victim to acne’s cruel tricks…

 Are you tired of harsh chemicals drying out your skin and leaving your face raw and irritated? So were we, which is why we decided to create a skincare system that was natural and soft on skin. Sounds too good to be true, right? Wrong. We’ve harnessed the healing power of probiotics to create an organic and natural skincare line that will handle acne without all of the added drama.

Whether you are working in an office or outdoors, this time of year is when people start to deal with seriously dry skin. Hands become very fragile, and some people experience painful cracking and bleeding. Those of us who work outside have it worse during the winter than during the summer. Cold, dry wind and freezing temperatures make it hard to keep your skin healthy. Here are a few tips for keeping your skin looking healthy during the holiday season and throughout the long winter.

The transition to adulthood from being a teenager is marked with several vast improvements. Among the benefits of being a grownup are the ability to rent a car, staying out as late as you want, and enjoying a cocktail or two with friends after work. Most teens who suffer from unfortunate haircuts and the inevitable hormone-induced skin outbreaks can look forward to the end of teenaged awkwardness and enjoy a smooth, polished twenty-something existence. But for those of us who suffer from adult acne, the suffering continues.