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  • Inflamed Skin? Stress? Digestive Upset? Have a Cup of Chamomile
    Inflamed Skin? Stress? Digestive Upset? Have a Cup of Chamomile Inflamed Skin? Stress? Digestive Upset? Have a Cup of Chamomile by Samantha Lahonen, R.H.N. Chamomile is an herbal plant commonly taken internally as a tea. Did you know that chamomile has sedative, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant effects? CALMING POWER Chamomile is highly known for its sedative or calming effects. This is due to its apigenin content. Therefore, it is great to drink a cup or two before bed for insomnia or for anxiety. ANTI-INFLAMMATORY POWER Many studies show that chamomile has…
  • The Original Art of Eyebrow Sculpting
    The Original Art of Eyebrow Sculpting I have been sculpting eyebrows and teaching the technique for nearly 20 years. In that time I have seen all kinds of self-expression from well-meaning make-up artists trying to be edgy and utterly confused “do-it-yourselfers” who clearly fell face first into the looking glass. It pains me to see both women and men who sport poorly manicured brows so I decided to revisit the art of the sculpted brow and teach you how it’s done.
  • Topical Application of Hyaluronic Acid: Does Size Matter?
    Topical Application of Hyaluronic Acid: Does Size Matter? Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a natural polysaccharide (and a biodegradable polymer actually!) that is found in the eyes, skin, connective tissues, and joints of the human body. It works as a lubricant to cushion our joints and helps repair our bodies after damage or an injury has occurred. Many studies have been performed regarding the ability of HA to heal fetal scarring. High amounts of HA are found in growing babies, infants, and small children. The natural production of hyaluronic…