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What Is Arnica Cream

What Is Arnica Cream

Arnica cream is a topical ointment made of an extract of the arnica plant. Arnica cream has been around since the early 1500s. Europeans used Arnica to help stomach complaints and skin rashes, but it was the Native Americans who began using it to relieve pain associated with the muscles. Today, it is commonly applied to sprains, bruises, and strains. The active ingredients in arnica cream promote tissue healing, reduce swelling and inflammation, and ease the pain. It's also frequently used to soothe joint pain related to arthritis and to relieve tired, sore, overworked muscles.   Active Ingredients The significant...

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5 Healthy Skincare Tips You Should Resolute To Add Into Your Daily Skincare Routine

5 Healthy Skincare Tips You Should Resolute To Add Into Your Daily Skincare Routine

As make our way through the first month of 2022, we want to share with you 5 healthy skincare tips you should resolute add into your daily routine. It's important to have a solid skincare routine in place to maintain healthy skin and protect yourself from free radicals. However, these are some simple steps you can adopt today to make your routine even better in the new year.   One: Drink Water Staying hydrated is the most critical step you can do for maintaining healthy skin. Water supports your body's integumentary system, the system that contains your largest organ, your skin. With your body...

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The Health Of Your Skin Is A True Reflection From The Inside Out

The Health Of Your Skin Is A True Reflection From The Inside Out

Listen, the skin is always talking; but how often do we listen to it? Your skin is an organ constantly evolving throughout your lifetime. It shed about 40,000 skin cells per minute and renews every 30 days. Because it holds multiple layers to protect the internal organs from pathogens and diseases, it is also the channel communicator for temperature control and pain receptors. What does all this mean? Every cell in the body is a receiver and a transmitter. It can pick up the subtle information in the air, water, sound, and surface that we touch. Now close your eyes,...

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