The topic of peptides came up at a dinner party I had this weekend. Hey, it happens when you have a skin care business :-) My friend (and PPI customer), Audrey, brought up the topic of peptides. I laughed when she said, "I don't know what they are, but my sister said they are good, and I want them in my face products," exclaimed Audrey!
It seems everyone you talk to lately has or is just getting over the flu. Then you turn on the news and there's the coronavirus!
I've been researching ways to prevent getting the flu. While most of what I read is common sense, I did learn a thing or two. Here's what I found:
Essential oils primarily enter the human body through skin absorption and inhalation.
We begin to understand the power of essential oils when we
Nothing says "I love you" like a nice set of wool dryer balls for Christmas, right?
It's exactly what I asked for and received in my stocking this year. What a guy my hubby is. A stand-up desk and wool dryer balls. Okay, laugh if you want, but this girl couldn't be happier.
I am on a quest to reduce fragrances and other chemicals in our home,
Feet can be the most neglected part of our bodies, but pay dividends if taken care of properly. We'll address 5 common foot problems and what we can do to better care for our feet.
We all know our skin ages, sometimes faster than we would like. There are two main reasons our skin ages known as Intrinsic and Extrinsic aging.
Intrinsic or Genetics - contribute to how fast we age. Most of us show signs of aging in our late 40's to early 50's.
Extrinsic or External Factors - These include environmental, free radical sun damage, and stress.
Free radical and sun damage accounts for 90% of early signs of aging. Seriously, it's that high!
Most of us know of the 11 systems in the human body such as digestive, nervous or circulatory systems. But there is also another one called the endocannabinoid system, which is made up of millions of cannabinoid receptor sites. The Endocannabinoid system is involved in a wide variety of processes, including pain, memory,