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Shampoo & Conditioner Bars

Posted by HELEN LOBIANCO on

Benefits of Shampoo & Conditioner Bars Did you know that shampoo and conditioners bars are not only great for saving space but also great for your hair?  Shampoo and conditioner bars being much smaller and more light weight than their bottles counterparts have about the same number of washings you can get from the same type of product while the shampoo and conditioner bars help you save space and are easier to travel with.  You can get up to 40-60 washes per bar, depending on your usage.  Only a little goes a long way. The shampoo and conditioner bars are...

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Benefits of Hemp Seed Oil

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Did you know that Hemp Seed Oil is perfect for most skin types without clogging your pores?  Hemp Seed Oil is perfect for all skin types!  Hemp Seed Oil has numerous skin health benefits for a healthy and glowing complexion.  Hemp Seed oil when used as part of your beauty regimen can balance out oily skin, hydrating and regulating the skin’s oil production. It has anti-aging properties that can slow the signs of wrinkles and fine lines but also Hemp Seed oil has moisturizing properties that does not clog your pores.  It balances out oily skin by hydrating and regulating...

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What Soap is better? Regular or Antibacterial?

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As the worrisome of the coronavirus or COVID-19, people are wondering what soap is the best to use?  However, when it comes down to it soaps and body washes, they are not on the top of the list of what to buy to beat this coronavirus.  The real question is what is the best soap to stop coronavirus.  The truth might surprise you.  According to FDA, there is not enough science to show that over the counter antibacterial soaps are better at preventing illness than plain soap or water.  But if you are like me, where you have to work,...

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Fighting COVID 19

Posted by HELEN LOBIANCO on

Did you know soap and water works better than alcohol and disinfectants at destroying the structure of a virus?  Soap dissolves the fat membrane and the virus falls apart like a house of cards and “dies”.  Disinfectants, or liquids, wipes, gels and crams containing alcohol have a similar effect but are not as good as regular soap.  Apart from alcohol and soap, antibacterial agents in those products mentioned above don’t affect the virus structure much.  Consequently, many antibacterial products are basically just an expensive version of soap in how they act on viruses.  Soap is best, but alcohol in products...

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