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Fall Cosmetic Trends

Nov 04 2015

It’s hard to say goodbye to summer. The beach, the long sunny days, the illusion that the fun never ends. But with summer sun comes other hassles, like constantly reapplying your bright summer colors when your eye shadow creases and mascara seems to sweat down your face. Luckily, with the cooler weather also comes a host of cool new trends. Flushed cheeks are easy to achieve on a brisk winter walk, but you can create the look at home with shades of peach and rose blush. Keep the color light and focused on the apples of your cheeks to get...

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Coffee, Not Just With Breakfast

Sep 15 2015 Tags: Beauty, Beauty Tips, coffee, Ingredient Info

The benefits of coffee have long been extolled to justify our need to drink so much of it. In addition to a mental boost, coffee has high levels of antioxidants and some research suggests a link between caffeine and reduced risks of cancer. So you’ll be delighted to know coffee is also great for your skin. In a study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers found that that “consumption of coffee, a major source of dietary antioxidants, may inhibit inflammation and thereby reduce the risk of cardiovascular and other inflammatory diseases in postmenopausal women.” That’s awfully specific,...

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Lycopene Oil

Nov 04 2015

UV rays don’t just do damage, they actually make it more difficult for your cells to repair themselves after damage has been done. This damage is a big contributing factor in your skin’s fight against signs of aging. Luckily, there may be a very real, very natural solution: Lycopene. Lycopene is a fat-soluble plant compound known as a carotenoid. The oil is found in tomatoes, pink grapefruit, papaya, wolfberry, and goji. Web MD reports that “In North America, 85% of dietary lycopene comes from tomato products such as tomato juice or paste. One cup (240 mL) of tomato juice provides...

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What is Agrimony

What is Agrimony

Jul 02 2015 Tags: agrimony, Beauty Tips, Dark-Circles, GBT News, Ingredient Info, Product Reviews, Remedies

Agrimony is a perennial herbaceous flowering plant found native to the northern hemisphere and is found in abundance across England. Drugs.com says, “The name Agrimonia may have its origin in the Greek ‘agremone’ which refers to plants which supposedly healed cataracts of the eye. The species name eupatoria relates to Mithradates Eupator, King of Pontus, who is credited with introducing many herbal remedies.” The miracle herb has been called a panacea (the greek goddess of Universal remedy), and it’s not hard to see why. This unique plant has a long history of medical applications, ranging from foot bathes for tired...

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5 Natural Remedies for Under-Eye Circles

5 Natural Remedies for Under-Eye Circles

Mar 18 2015 Tags: Beauty, Beauty Tips, Dark-Circles, Remedies

Article by Emily Brotherton Lets face it- not all of us have the blessing to be able to obtain a good night's rest to help prevent and cure the nightmare of dark under-eye circles. And sometimes, not even sleep is enough. The main causes for the appearance of the darkness shadowing underneath your eyes is possibly due to lack of sleep, aging, heredity, mental and/or physical stress, poor diet, and much more. Dark circles can affect both genders, and different age groups. On the brightside, you do not have to spend an outrageous amount of money on an antidote for...

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Six Tips for Dry Skin

Six Tips for Dry Skin

Mar 06 2015 Tags: Beauty Tips

Even in March it can feel like winter will never end, and we're all tired of dry, flaky skin. Luckily, there are a few simple solutions to your wintry woes. Check out this list of our top six tips for beating dry skin: 1. Use gentle cleansers. Antibacterial and deodorant cleansers can irritate skin, especially in the dry winter months when skin is sensitive. Steering clear of products with fragrance and alcohol will also help skin stay supple.  2. Naturally, part of keeping skin moisturized is to use the right moisturizer. the American Academy of Dermatology suggests avoiding lotion, opting,...

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