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4 [Super Easy] Tips for Fighting Eczema You Didn't Know Last Summer

Eczema can be challenging any time of year, We’ve all been there before, at the peak of summer’s heat you are stuck with itchy, dry, summer skin. Most of us throw on some lotion or aloe and head right back to the pool. But the hassle to stay comfortable in the summer can be a lot worse for people with atopic dermatitis, the more commonly known as eczema.   Every year, millions of people of all ages are affected by eczema and the rough patches of itchy skin it creates all over their body. And with summer bringing plenty of irritants (sun, bugs, chemical sunscreens, etc.) That's why many people may find it hard to find relief at hot summers. But no...

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4 Amazing UV Protection Tips For Your Hair [Summer tips]

We all know that protecting your skin from the sun is essential. But did you also know that you have to protect your hair and scalp as well? Well, it's true! Your hair and scalp need just as much protection from the sun as the rest of your body does. Technically speaking, your hair doesn't really get sunburned in the traditional sense. However, according to The Cleveland Clinic, sunlight can have the same effect on your hair as bleach does. And just like bleach, the suns rays can damage the outer layer of your hair, called the cuticle. It can deplete its keratin levels, which is your hair's natural protein. This leads to dryness and breakage, again, just like bleaching...

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My Journey To Luminora™ | How It All Started

With the launch of luminora™ fast approaching, I’m constantly being asked: “how did you make the leap from being an attorney/wife/mother to becoming a fashion designer?” While the design is an important aspect of my new business and a great creative outlet, it is only a small piece of the puzzle I’m privileged to work on daily. My biggest challenge is finding ways to create a business that is innovative, socially responsible, and serves a greater need for women all over the world. I also don’t see myself as a fashion designer, but rather as an advocate for health-conscious women who value freedom, self-expression, authenticity, and cultivation of joy through travel and new experiences. As a wife to a skin...

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