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How to Protect your Skin this Summer!

When you think about summer, you might imagine a golden tan and a smooth, healthy, and radiant glow to your skin. In truth, summer can do a number on your skin from premature aging, to brown spots, sunburn, sweating, mosquito bites and even skin cancer. Summer fun and healthy skin can be easily achieved with…

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WHY ARE PEOPLE SWITCHING TO ORGANIC SOAP?

Purchasing commercial, store-bought soaps might be more convenient and less expensive than artisan-made soap products, however, next time you pick up a package of brand-name soap, take a look at the label. If you notice ingredients you are not familiar with, be concerned. These ingredients are not added to the product to be good for…

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BET YOU DIDN’T KNOW THIS ABOUT SOAP

Soap is an everyday staple in bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry rooms everywhere. We use soap daily and never give a second thought to its unique history and origins. It’s practical if not downright boring, right? Not so fast! Soap is a product that has been around for thousands of years and soap makers have been…

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Thinning Eyelashes? You’re Not Alone

It is extremely normal for our eyelashes to thin and fall out as we age. This happens for a number of different reasons. One main reason for eyelash hair loss is due to hormonal changes which is completely normal but unfortunately can slow production and growth of eyelashes. As we age, our skin starts to…

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EPSOM SALT BATH BENEFITS, BY MID-MICHIGAN SOAPS

Epsom Salt Bath Benefits Epsom salt baths can soothe the body, mind and overall mood by relaxing the nervous system, improving skin conditions, and easing joint, muscle and back pain. Epsom salts can help cuts heal faster, treat cold symptoms like congestion, and draw toxins from the body. Epsom salts have long been known for their healing…

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AVOID BUG BITES AND STOP THE ITCH, BY MID-MICHIGAN SOAPS

Mosquitoes are regarded as the deadliest animals on the planet and responsible for the largest numbers of human deaths. Just a few of the disease’s mosquitos can spread include: Zika Virus. First found in Africa in the 1940s, this virus has spread to South and Central America. Malaria. Perhaps one of the most commonly known mosquito-borne…

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