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9 Ways to Fall in Love With Your Skin

Many of us have had a love/hate relationship with our skin. From teenage breakouts to adult scarring, the “flaws” often seem never-ending. But the big question is: how do you love your skin right now? Your skin is the largest organ your body has, and it also forms the protective barrier between the external environment

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Reasons to Fall in Love With Your Natural Hair

Loving your hair is a journey. Depending on your struggles with your hair growing up, you may either love to wash and style your hair or not enjoy doing so. We get it; natural hair requires love, effort, and lots of patience! The journey isn’t always easy, but as you get closer to reaching your

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Do’s and Dont’s for Glowing Skin

We’re all searching for the elixir to glowing skin. It’s not a quick fix though and requires a combination of eating healthy, using the correct skin products and avoiding certain habits. We’re here to guide you on your glowing skin journey by sharing major do’s and don’ts: DO Hydrate! To help you on your journey

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How to Prevent and Treat Hair Loss

Hair loss is a common issue that affects men and women. There are several factors that contribute to hair loss. Wearing wigs without caring for your hair, age, hormonal changes, lack of protein in the diet, and many other health-related issues can cause hair loss. The problem that is quite common and not always discussed,

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Tips to Prevent Premature Ageing

Tips to Prevent Premature Ageing Your skin is the largest organ of the body, therefore, listening to and caring for its needs is vital to keep you feeling and looking good. No matter who you are, it’s probably safe to assume that nobody really wants wrinkles, ageing spots and blemishes. Not unless we can help