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How to reduce your sweat naturally
Are you constantly worried about excessively sweating? Are you afraid of lifting your arms up because you know you’ll have massive sweat stains on your shirt? It’s okay. We all sweat. And, we want to tell you that sweating is so normal. But, listen, we get it…. no one wants to be sweating to the point that you feel uncomfortable or even embarrassed. So, we are going to provide you with five tips to help you reduce your sweat naturally. 1. Stay hydrated Staying hydrated, in general, is so important to our bodies. Drinking plenty of water can actually help...
Here's our favorite DIY face mask recipe to sooth and calm your skin. Our skin can get overwhelmed and irritation and redness is inevitable. Check out this recipe to sooth and calm your skin. 1 teaspoon of honey 1 teaspoon of coconut oil 1/4 ripe avocado 2 drops of lavender oil In one big bowl, mix the ingredients together and paint it on your face with a face mask brush. This recipe is a great mask for moisture and to calm the skin.
Why You Should Make The Switch To Natural Deodorant & What To Expect
Chemicals are the pits, so they shouldn’t be in yours! You’ve likely been using traditional deodorant since your teenage years, swiping away without giving it a second thought. And most likely, that deodorant contained an antiperspirant. Believe it or not, antiperspirant is classified as a drug by the FDA! It contains aluminum that works to “plug” your pores, thus blocking sweat from exiting the body. So if you don’t sweat, you won’t smell.
Top 10 Foods For Your Breasts
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, with invasive breast cancer affecting 1 in every 8 women in the United States during their lifetime. It even occurs in men, though male breast cancer accounts for less than 1% of all breast cancer cases. DNA damage and genetic mutations may cause this disease. Inheriting certain genes, such as BRCA1 and BRCA2, can likewise increase your risk, as can having obesity. Lifestyle also plays a critical role, with research linking heavy drinking, smoking, estrogen exposure, and certain dietary patterns — including Western diets high in processed foods — to an...