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Kokum butter - Like other nut-based butters (Cocoa, Shea, Cupuacu), Kokum is rich in essential fatty acids—which help cells get oxygen and help nutrients absorb into the skin. It’s also a source of protective, antioxidant Vitamin E, and it melts effortlessly into skin, so it’s ideal for all-over moisture.
Salvia officinalis (Sage leaf) extract: Standardized Ursolic acid from sage leaf Sage has long been a staple of herbalism; in fact, “officinalis” in its name is a reference to a traditional storeroom for herbal medicines. Because it’s gently astringent, it works as an anti-inflammatory; it’s also known to boost collagen renewal.
Fresh and clean isn't always the first way people will describe a home with a dog. Let’s face it, that wiggly-bottomed, waggly-tailed, much-loved pooch can make a mess and leave a good trail of odors that can leave your home smelling a bit like a kennel. Want to learn how to ensure that your pup is seen and not smelled? Read on as eBay shares eight ways to keep your home from smelling like a kennel.
Homemade Organic Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Banana Flaxseed Dog Treats from The RadioFence.com Blog! Super simple and easy 4-step recipe that only takes 15 minutes to prep! Our dogs went crazy over them and won't eat regular dog treats anymore. Our family only uses organic ingredients so why shouldn't our dogs have the same healthy lifestyle?
Anti Aging Astaxanthin. Astaxanthin is a micro algae, Haematococcus Pluvialis, that naturally occurs in marine crustaceans and salmon. It is a Potent Antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals. It is 550 times more powerful than Vitamin E. Haematococcus Pluvialis is more potent and beneficial to our skin than Krill or Artic Shrimp. (Haematococcus Pluvialis contains 40,000 ppm of Astaxanthin, Krill contains 120ppm while Artic Shrimp contain 1,200ppm.) Find it @Skin Perfection