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Therapeutic Fragrances: Capture the Essence of the Autumn Season and Give Yourself a Natural Boost with AromatherapyTherapeutic Fragrances: Capture the Essence of the Autumn Season and Give Yourself a Natural Boost with Aromatherapy

If you’re searching for a way to elevate your mood or struggling to wind down after a long day, fragrance may be a simple and natural solution. Scents have an evocative power that can go a long way in positively impacting our moods and emotions. Discover comforting, warm, autumn-inspired aromas that will give you a boost and brighten your outlook during the darker days of fall.

A Dozen Anti-Aging Tips from Top DermatologistsA Dozen Anti-Aging Tips from Top Dermatologists

When it comes to turning back the hands of time, creating an effective anti-aging skincare regimen is essential. But amidst the endless choices and claims made in the beauty aisle, it’s hard to know which products to pick. Here are top dermatologist secrets for maintaining a youthful, glowing complexion.

When Menopause Causes Acne - Skincare in Your 40s and 50sWhen Menopause Causes Acne - Skincare in Your 40s and 50s

Between hot flashes, mood swings and noticeable signs of aging, menopause can be a challenging time for women. Add acne to the equation and this stage in a woman’s life can be downright unbearable. Fortunately, there are ways to ramp up your skincare regimen so you can prevent breakouts and maintain healthy skin during menopause and beyond.

Stressful Day Beauty Recovery for Work or Home: How to Ease Stress and Lift Confidence Before, During or After a Bad DayStressful Day Beauty Recovery for Work or Home: How to Ease Stress and Lift Confidence Before, During or After a Bad Day

Everyone experiences a bad day once in a while, but the true test of health and well-being is how quickly you can recover. Find out how to turn your day around at work or at home with these easy tips and treatments that will help you look and feel your best under any circumstances.

Dealing with Acne in Your 20s: Causes and Skincare TreatmentsDealing with Acne in Your 20s: Causes and Skincare Treatments

Acne can be an unwelcome surprise as you enter your 20s. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always end once you leave your teens. There are many factors that can contribute to an increase in sebum production as you get older. Read on to learn about the possible causes and treatment options.

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FAQs

Q. I’ve heard really good things about taking cinnamon internally. What benefits does it have, and do you recommend it?

A. Taking cinnamon has many benefits. This multipurpose spice is shown to fight fungal infections, manage symptoms of diabetes, prevent Alzheimer’s and can help to lower the side effects associated with eating meals high in fat. To get the maximum benefit, try New Chapter Cinnamon Force, which is packed full of cinnamon from high quality sources.

Q. I get headaches that are brought on by stress. Can you recommend a fragrance that can naturally ease this tension?

A. Simply inhaling the fragrance of lavender may naturally relieve tension and help to reduce pain. To treat your headache, reach for lavender- and flaxseed-filled HealthPac Aromatherapy Eye Pillow, which will effectively and holistically eliminate your discomfort.

Q. My mind is always racing and I have problems falling – and staying – asleep. Can you recommend more ways for me to incorporate sleep-enhancing nutmeg into my daily regimen?

A. Nutmeg is a cinch to add to your nighttime routine. Add a pinch of powder to warm milk and honey for a delicious, sleep-inducing nightcap.

Q: My younger teenage sister is experiencing acne as well and she uses a topical treatment. I’m 25; can’t I just use the same type of treatment?

A: While it might be tempting to share a family member’s acne treatment, doing so can actually make your skin look worse, according to Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi. Topical medications are geared toward those with oily skin – mainly teens. As you enter your 20s, your skin becomes less oily and a topical treatment can dry out your skin and cause fine lines to become more noticeable. Instead, consult your doctor as to which type of treatment is right for you based on your degree of acne and skin type.




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