Facial Peels
Jan09

Facial Peels

Facial peels are a great way to improve the skin as well as get that healthy glow. Cleopatra was said to slather her face in spoiled milk–a rich source of lactic acid, which undoubtedly refreshed her skin to a glowing finish.  A plethora of peels are available to the modern beauty maven.  Some simply slough off dead skin cells while others are far more complicated.  Here is the quick guide to levels of peels, price points and...

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Finding Your Fragrance
Nov15

Finding Your Fragrance

Seducing with scent is incredibly intuitive for all parties involved.  How do you lasso in the one you long for with the assistance of fragrance?  The entire practice begins by opening your mind.  While studies run rampant on just what makes we homo sapiens want to hook up, have lunch or run in the opposite direction, a lot of the real-time data has more to do with diet, lifestyle, mood and environment. Our body odor is largely...

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Herbal Massage
Oct20

Herbal Massage

The practice of massage is as old as civilization itself. Hieroglyphs demonstrate that cave dwellers practiced a sort of kneading therapy all over the body. In fact, every corner of the world has some type of traditional massage that precedes the written word. During World War I, massage was used extensively in the treatment of nerve injury and shell shock. Today massage is used for everything from relaxation to psychotherapy; its...

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Bleisure Travel
Sep14

Bleisure Travel

The world’s population is becoming healthier and they are taking it on the road.  Maintaining healthy habits when traveling is essential to maintain one’s sense of balance, happiness and connection to the healthful programming that many have attained as a feature of everyday life.  Here are just a few of the ways that travelers are creating healthful experiences outside of their routine. Airport Workouts:  Depending on the extend of...

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Vitamin K
Oct05

Vitamin K

Vitamin K plays a key role in protecting skin elasticity and could soon be the latest nutraceutical appearing in savvy cosmetic lines.  There are two main forms of vitamin K: phylloquinone (vitamin K1) which is found in green leafy vegetables such as lettuce, broccoli and spinach, and makes up about 90% of the vitamin K in a typical Western diet; and the menaquinones (vitamins K2), which make up about 10% of Western vitamin K...

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