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Want Clear Skin? Try Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF) Extract

Nature's Glory CGF Liquid Tablets ( 4-HS71-5)Do you ever wonder why babies and children have soft, blemish-free skin, and why adults have rough, wrinkled skin? No matter what you do, despite the hundreds of dollars you spend on beauty and skincare products, nothing seems to work in terms of turning back years and reviving your youthful and radiant skin. How you wish you could have skin as soft as baby’s even when you’re 35!

The good news is that the fountain of youth and beauty is now available for you. And surprisingly, it doesn’t come from the Beauty and Skincare Department. It’s called Nature’s Glory Yaeyama Chlorella CGF Extract.

How CGF Gives Your Skin A Beautiful Glow

You’re more likely to associate CGF to immunity building or growth boosting food supplement or vitamin especially for children who usually take it during their growth gap years. This is because Chlorella, which is the green, fresh water algae from which CGF is extracted, has been scientifically proven to contain high amounts of nutrients that build tissue and repair and regenerate cells. Apart from this, Chlorella, particularly the Yaeyama Chlorella from which Nature’s Glory’s Chlorella and CGF extract is sourced, contains the highest amount of alkaline Chlorophyll.

Why is alkaline important, you ask? | Read More

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Posted on: January 26th, 2014

Give Your Child The Purest CGF Extract For His Growth And Immunity

Chorella

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If you are like many mums out there who are zealous and vigilant about your child’s growth and health, then you most probably have encountered Chlorella Growth Factor or CGF.

Food supplements and vitamins that promise a boost in your child’s immune system are ubiquitous. Walk into a 7-11 and you will see them on the shelves, even endorsed as an add-on item on your way to the checkout counter along with chewing gum or that glossy magazine. Many of these off-the-shelf food supplements and vitamins would claim to contain CGF. But if you understand CGF in its pure form, you would have an idea why it is special, unlike what is present in widely retailed food supplement and vitamin brands.

How is Nature’s Glory Yaeyama Chlorella and CGF Extract different? | Read More

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Posted on: January 24th, 2014

Cleaning Up the Kitchen Using Dr. Bronner Soap

 

Full Range of Dr. Bronner's Soap

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Do you know that the famous Dr. Bronner liquid castile soap is not only used for washing the body but for cleaning the kitchen as well? The magic of Dr. Bronner soap lets moms and household helpers transform a dirty kitchen into a sparkling, clean one.

A clean kitchen not only promotes health and hygiene to the household members; it also makes cooking and preparing food more pleasant. However, with the many ongoing activities being done in the kitchen, sometimes, it becomes unavoidably messy. With Dr. Bronner soap, you can instantly bring back the cleanliness of your kitchen. This is not to forget that Dr. Bronner soap is non-toxic as well.

Here are some tips in cleaning the kitchen using Dr. Bronner soap. | Read More

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Posted on: January 22nd, 2014

Use Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Baby-Mild Soap – Because Your Baby Deserves The Mildest

Mother Bathing BabayAre you a new mother bathing your baby for the first time? It isn’t just about how to safely bathe a fragile baby that probably gives you the anxiety, or how to make sure your baby is warm after a bath. You might also be confronted with a plethora of options for your baby’s first soap. Because your baby’s sensitive skin deserves the gentlest care, there’s Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Baby-Mild Soap.

Imagine this: your baby was bathed in the world’s safest liquid – your amniotic fluid—for nine months. When she is finally born, she deserves gentle care for her skin.

Make Every Baby Bath Time A Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Baby-Mild Soap Time

Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap in bar or liquid form is made using only organic oils and plant-based fragrances, and processed following Community Fair Trade principles. Each bar or bottle you hold is a product of 150 years of soap making tradition that has remained true to the old-style authenticity and simplicity of soap making.

Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Baby-Mild Soap is unscented, and has twice the amount of olive oil. This takes care of cleaning your baby’s skin and pampering it with the mildness it deserves.

Bathing your baby is also a great prelude to her long and sound nap. Making sure you keep baby’s bath water warm will stimulate relaxation and sleep. Even if your baby is playful in the bath tub, Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Baby-Mild Soap won’t hurt baby’s eyes. | Read More

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Posted on: January 20th, 2014

Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap – The One Habit To Keep For Beautiful Skin

Young woman with radiance skinFor most people, the basic skin care mantra consists of cleanse, tone, and moisturize. But today’s highly commercialized and advertising-bombarded culture may find you scrambling and confused over a variety of synthetic chemical-based beauty products. Worse, it could even find your way off your budget. Is this really necessary? You ask. Come to think of it, the generations gone-by never had to cleanse-tone- and-moisturize. They only kept one habit for beautiful skin – Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap.

 150 years of good, old-fashioned and authentic soap making tradition finds its way in every bottle or bar of Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap. Castile is the name people from English-speaking countries used to call soap made out of olive oil. The name originates from the Castile region of Spain. Thus, with every bottle or bar of Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap, you can expect to luxuriate in a bath made of only the purest ingredients from nature. | Read More

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Posted on: January 19th, 2014

Dr. Bronner Soap: Discovering the Power of this Magic Soap

The Dr. Bronner Soap claims to have 18 different uses – from facial wash all the way to dissolving grease on dishes. We’ve seen 3-in-1 soaps, sometimes 5-in-1, but is an 18-in-1 soap really possible? Discover the power of Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soaps as you read along.

Natural Ingredients in Sack

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Dr. Bronner Soap is a common sight at many organic grocery stores, which can be easily recognized with its pastel-colored bottle and small prints. It is a liquid soap that is 100% organic and made with coconut oil and vegetable oils, making it ideal for face and body use. It comes in eight different scents, including Peppermint, Lavender, Almond, Rose, Eucalyptus, Tea Tree Oil, Citrus, and Baby Mild, and has many different uses. | Read More

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Posted on: January 18th, 2014

Want To Know True Soap? Read Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap Label

Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap Label

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Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap is one of America’s greatest and most unconventional brands. Surprisingly, the company does not spend on advertising, believing that true soap doesn’t need to be advertised. How do people know they are buying a really good soap? They simply read the label.

The Leaping Bunny Logo On Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap

Through the Coalition on Consumer Information on Cosmetics (CICC) Leaping Bunny program, Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile soap advises consumers that all ingredients used in the soap were not tested on animals. To bear the Leaping Bunny logo means that independent audit confirms that this was so.

Within the world of soaps, there are big multinationals that use ingredients from mutton fat to pork lard on soap, or detergents mixed with fragrances. Most of these ingredients are too strong for the human skin. Because of this, varying levels of these ingredients are first tested on animals before they can be proven safe for humans. Safe, yes, but pure and gentle are a different criteria altogether.

Dr. Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap is made from 100% organic plant-based oils like olive oil, jojoba oil, and avocado oil. Thus, the soap is true soap. As they say, you can eat soap like this (although we don’t suggest you try it). It’s enough that you let your skin soak up the goodness of a true and pure soap. | Read More

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Posted on: January 17th, 2014

Dr Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap: A Heritage Of Healthy And Clean Skin

 

Range of Dr Bronner’s Pure-Castile Soap

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With each bottle or bar of Dr Bronner’s Pure-Castile soap, you are holding in your hands 150 years of rich soap-making tradition that has been passed on from generations. Because your skin deserves the best care, wash it with only the best.

What is Pure-Castile soap? Castile soap is the name English-speaking countries used for olive oil-based soaps, similar to the soap originating in the Castile region of Spain.

Dr Bronner’s Pure-Castile soap is made of pure olive oil as its base ingredient. All other ingredients used to develop its fragrant scent are organically produced. All of Dr Bronner’s products have been manufactured and processed using Fair Trade practices.

Dermatologists recommend washing the face twice a day, the body once, and the hands as frequent as possible to keep it clean. Using other brands of soap, this routine for clean hands, face, and body can result in dry skin. This is because of the strong detergent component of other soaps.

Natural, mild, and potent at the same time, Dr Bronner’s Pure-Castile soaps clean your skin without leaving it dry. | Read More

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Posted on: January 16th, 2014

No Better Way To Make Baby Food Than The Blendtec Blender Way

Feeding BabySix months after nursing your baby with your own milk, now comes the need to complement breastmilk with solid foods. What better way to feed your baby than to make your own baby food at home. And what better way to do this than the easy-to-use and easy-to-clean Blendtec Blender!

While parents have their own styles for feeding their babies, most paediatricians encourage feeding babies with natural and whole baby food. Pureed potatoes, carrots, green beans, and mashed fruits are excellent starters.

Certainly, the convenience of ready-to-eat baby foods that come from the supermarket may be hard to turn down, especially because feeding your baby is already a huge task by itself, so why complicate things further by making your own baby food?

As they say, you can’t put a price tag on good health especially for your little one.

So here’s the good news: making your own baby food at home has never been easier. Thanks to Blendtec Blender. Follow these three easy and smart steps and you will never have to set your eyes on a ready-to-eat baby food again! | Read More

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Posted on: January 15th, 2014

Blending Versus Juicing? Blendtec Blender Seals The Hot Debate

Vegetables in blenderWhich is healthier, blending or juicing? You probably have stumbled upon the question yourself, if not heard it from others. There has been an ongoing hot debate on which process gives more nutrients. And as a Blendtec Blender follower, you probably wonder: can Blendtec Blenders make juices?

We’ll keep you in suspense about the answer.

In the meantime, let’s dissect the difference between blending and juicing. Consider this a prelude to yummy recipe ideas ahead! | Read More

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Posted on: January 14th, 2014