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In:Moisturizing

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written by Raulla S. Mitchell

As the days grow shorter, the temperatures cool down, and dried leaves fall from the trees, it’s time to take your cue from nature.

Less moisture in the air means less moisture for your skin.

In addition, indoor heat removes natural moisture from your skin.

It’s time to switch to richer cremes and body butters to moisturize skin that, like nature, tends to feel and look dryer and “thirstier” through the fall and winter months ahead. → Read more

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written by Raulla S. Mitchell

As you know, when seasons change, it’s the perfect time for a gentle detox.  Dandelion detox (internal cleanse), sugar exfoliation detox (externally removing old dead skin cells for softer smoother skin), and now 3 more detox tips to cleanse mind, body and spirit and maintain a healthier you:

Hydrotherapy Yoga Sleep

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In:Fragrance, Holistic Skincare

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written by Raulla S. Mitchell

“Life is like playing a violin in public and learning the instrument as one goes on.” Samuel Butler (1835-1902) Victorian author and poet

Fall is a time for new adventures. What do you dream of learning? What’s on your bucket list? → Read more

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In:Holistic Skincare

Comments Off on Your Lifestyle and Your Skin

written by Raulla S. Mitchell

August-September is a transitional time.

Languid days of summer quickly fade into the hustle and bustle of back-to-school prep in the air.

Some of us love to get wrapped up in the excitement of new adventures in learning.

This is a time when many of us have too many items on a to-do-list, particularly if we or someone we love are moving away from home for the first time to go to college.

Any situation that we find emotionally stressful, will likely stress our skin, resulting in unanticipated skin sensitivities, irritations and eruptions.

Even the good stuff, and we hope it’s all good stuff, can stress our skin when we have too many changes and too much excitement.

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