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Anti Aging Eye Creams Exposed - Uncover 4 Dangerous Ingredients in Your Skin Care Products

10th August 2009
Anti aging eye creams are all the rage nowadays, because companies claim that they can make you look many years younger, but what is the truth? In my experience, most of these companies cannot back up their claims. In 2005, L'or'al had to withdraw an a... Read >
Author: Rebecca Purple

Natural Lip Balm And Body Butter Base - Mother Earth's Moisturizers

25th July 2009
The term "body butter" always makes people that aren't in "the know" frown. Maybe it brings visions of people wrapped in loaves of bread. Whatever the term makes people think of, however, the actual product is much more than a condiment. Body Butter vs... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Why is Atarax prescribed?

20th July 2009
Atarax is an antihistamine which is frequently prescribed for people with common uneasiness and tension problems, and is also sometimes used in combination with other medications to treat tension related to medical problems. Atarax could also relieve itch... Read >
Author: Patrick Kim

Healthy Shiny Skin with Alkaline Water

16th July 2009
There are various ways to a shiny, healthy skin. One of the main ways is to drink lots of water and have a healthy diet, eating nutritious foods. Nutrition is very important for healthy skin. Foods which are acidic or dairy products can lead to allerg... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

Sewage Remediation

05th June 2009
Why is Sewage Remediation Important? Raised awareness of the health risks associated with mold has increased the convoluted nature of sewage backup. It takes the expertise of a licensed sewage remediation professional to efficiently address the comple... Read >
Author: Chris

Bamboo Fabric and it's use in Propmotional Sportswear

13th May 2009
Naturally sustainable BAMBOO is rapidly emerging into the fashion world. Fabric woven from bamboo yarn is light, almost translucent, and softer than cotton. It has a natural quality that feels like silk, but has the advantage of being machine-washable. ... Read >
Author: Graham Drage

Dog Hot Spots: How to Get Rid of Them Fast

17th April 2009
In this article "Dog Hot Spots: How to get rid of them fast", I'll explore the causes of dog hot spots and suggest how you can get rid of them. Symptoms Does your dog have the following symptoms? ' Licking, biting and chewing a spot on the skin e... Read >
Author: K9 KlearUp

Know About The Best Three Hypoallergenic Dog

09th April 2009
While the Labrador retriever still remains the most popular dog that people want to own, for those with allergies, labs are not the best breed to choose. There are many other types of dogs that would be more suitable for those suffering with allergies. Th... Read >
Author: John Singleson

Finidn Medium Size Dogs That Are Hypoallergenic

28th March 2009
Do you love dogs, but have allergies? If you have a smaller home, a medium sized hypoallergenic dog might be perfect. Hypoallergenic dogs have a tendency to create less allergic reactions because of an absence of fur or a very low amount compared to most ... Read >
Author: John Singleson

You Are Bitten By The Bed Bug

25th March 2009
A good night's sleep might become next to impossible if one is constantly being bitten by bed bugs. Bed bugs have been a problem for many centuries dating as far back as medieval times and classical Greek, as these have been documented in various writings... Read >
Author: Judd Snell

What Is The Use Of Triethanolamine?

19th March 2009
Triethanolamine is a highly acidic synthetic emulsifier which is found in some 40% of cosmetics. It is used as a PH balancer or a PH due to its basic content. It is said to also be used an ingredient to add fragrances.It is a stable viscous liquid usually... Read >
Author: ajcones

Discover Paraben Free Facial Moisturizers

17th March 2009
I don't know a thing about you, but I'll bet that you could be looking for paraben free facial moisturizers for a couple of reasons. If you are prone to allergic reactions, you may know that parabens and other artificial preservatives are the most common ... Read >
Author: Laurel Levine

Corn and Migraine

03rd March 2009
Corn has long been known as an allergen. Since 1979 when it made the top ten list in an extensive Lancet study, correlations have been made between corn and various allergic reactions - including migraine(1). It seems that corn is a known allergen for ... Read >
Author: joyh

Paraben Free Face Care Secrets That Are For You To Keep And Others To Find Out!

26th February 2009
Paraben free lotions and creams are highly sought after these days as more scientific evidence becomes public about the harmful effects of parabens. Our facial skin is much more sensitive as compared to other parts of the body, hence it is only natural th... Read >
Author: Anand Kumar Dulhanomal

Facial Moisturizers -- Chemical-Free Ingredients are the Solution for Healthy Youthful Skin

18th February 2009
Have you ever wondered if any of those facial moisturizers you see on the store shelves help moisturize your skin, especially your face, and are free of toxins? If you're out looking for a skin care product to help moisturize your skin, the last thing ... Read >
Author: Marcia Kruger
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