Natural ways to detox

26 Sep 2015
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Natural ways to detox

What is a Detoxification? Detoxification is the body’s natural, ongoing process of neutralizing or eliminating toxins from the body. This is done by removing impurities from the blood in the liver, intestines, kidneys, lungs, skin, blood and lymphatic systems which work together to ensure that toxins are properly processed for elimination. Detoxing can assist the body’s natural cleaning process by: Anyone considering a detox diet should consult a qualified health professional and/or their medical doctor first. Pregnant or nursing women or children shouldn’t go on a detox diet. People with certain health conditions such as liver or kidney disease should detox under the supervision of their primary care provider. It.

Diets a.k.a Eating Healthy

26 Sep 2015
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Diets a.k.a Eating Healthy

Diets can be hard to maintain and difficult to stomach, but it’s important to your workout.  There’s no point hitting up the gym, or spending hours each time every week at home doing exercise if it’s all for nothing in the end.  I personally am not a diet fanatic.  I for one like fruits, veggies, and dairy products.  I work in an industry of food and believe it or not I don’t actually eat like I am suppose to.  I almost never take a break because there is so much to do.  I live off of coffee, bread and butter and maybe some cereal in the morning.  It’s not a.

Mayonnaise Deep Conditioner

26 Sep 2015
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Mayonnaise Deep Conditioner

Mayonnaise Deep Conditioner 1 cup mayonnaise ¼ cup honey 1 large egg ¼ cup oil 3 tbsp apple cider vinegar Note: Oils can be any oil you prefer (i.e. Olive, grape seed, vegetable, avocado, coconut. Etc.) Place all ingredients into a bowl. Whisk with a fork until blended fully. Place mixture into hair for 15-20 minutes. Rinse thoroughly and re condition.

Natural Hair Journey 1-3 years

26 Sep 2015
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Natural Hair Journey 1-3 years

I am of the tribe of BENJAMIN through and through by my mother and father and their parents before them.  Going natural is exciting, invigorating, emotional, terrifying, fun, complicated yet satisfying.  I could go on and on about the thoughts and feelings many of us sisters have about going natural. I did what is called ‘the big chop’ back in November, 2007.  Some sisters prefer growing out their permed hair to a comfortable length for them and then cutting the perm out and leaving the new growth of hair, while others may choose to slowly cut the permed hair out as the new growth comes in. Courageous me, in my.

Organizing your closet

26 Sep 2015
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Organizing your closet

Have you been thinking about organizing you closet but don’t know where to start? Here are some helpful tips! If you look into your closet and it has become beyond messy you may need to start from scratch and remove all of the clothes from your closet, in order to make sure there aren’t any un-needed items taking up space (i.e dirty clothes, empty boxes, un-lawful clothes, papers, books etc.). Take all of your clothes off their hangers and out of any bins or drawers in your closet. Fold them in piles on the floor or on your bed. This includes your shoes as well. Decide which clothes you will store. You.

Feminine Odors

26 Sep 2015
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Feminine Odors

Feminine odor changes throughout your normal monthly menstrual cycle, and is subject to outside situations such as the presence of bacteria, foods that you eat, or hormonal functions. As women experiencing feminine odors from time to time is normal. Unfortunately, the fact that they’re common doesn’t make them any less embarrassing. Feminine odors are especially frustrating, because they can leave you feeling unclean and gross, even if that’s not the case. There are several causes for feminine odors,here are some remedies and tips on ways to prevent Stop using scented soaps and body washes for vagina– Opt for plain or mild, unscented soap and wash gently with lots of warm.

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