Drawing Up A Healthy Skin Care Plan

Your skin is the largest organ of your body, and taking care of your skin properly can be rather difficult if you don’t know what you’re doing. Continue reading to find out helpful tips and hints for devising a solid skin care regimen.
First, you need to figure out what aspects of your skin that you want to fix. While you must take care of your skin overall, you are going to notice areas of your unhealthy skin that you want to focus on as you get started. This is normal, and it should be done in order to help you set both your short-term and long-term goals. At this point, you should have a notebook in front of you so you can start keeping track of everything.
Research online and with people in person that may know what you can do to fix these aspects of your skin. You should also definitely be seeing a dermatologist, as he or she can really help you with suggestions and ideas as far as taking care of your skin at home. You should always be keeping up with the latest products that are hitting the market, as there might be new things …

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Good Healthy Food = Good Healthy Kids

I had an epiphany the other day as I loaded the car from yet another grocery store trip. Produce is heavy! (That wasn’t the extent of it-stick with me here). Produce has some good, solid mass. When you pick a grapefruit you want one that is heavier than it looks. In this particular shopping excursion I had purchased 30 grapefruit, and they were all heavier than they looked. It took some muscle to just load up the grapefruit! I also had oranges, apples, bananas, pears, carrots, lettuce, broccoli, yams, squash, etc, etc, you get the idea. It had been awhile since I’d done a good shopping so I also had some healthy cold cereal that my kids will actually eat on those crazy days when we’re in a rush. After heaving the produce into the car that bag of cold cereal almost flew out of my hands as I loaded it up with the same enthusiasm.
“You are what you eat” rang loudly through my head. I thought of my children-they are all heavier than they look. They are solid kids-not fat-solid. Their cousin counterparts weigh much less than my kids and I’m always surprised when I pick the cousins …

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