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Roses are red, and... really, really good for your skin!

Summer is upon us and that means that many of you are enjoying the sun and baring your faces, legs, and feet! What many of you may be finding out (the hard way) is your tried and true face and skincare products may be giving you more glow than you bargained for…
leaving you looking (and maybe feeling) shiny and oily.

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Reasons to Rethink Purchasing Olive Oil from Supermarkets

I love olive oil! I DO!!! I add it to soups, sauces and I LOVE it on my salads for a healthy and natural pop of flavor. If you love olive oil like I do and use it just as much as I do, I’m certain you want to make sure you’re choosing the healthiest option. 

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5 Steps to a Healthier Smile [VIDEO]

Most people follow the dental hygiene rules of brushing twice a day and flossing at least one. But, did you know your routine needs more than that to maintain those pearly whites? 
 
When was the last time you bought a new toothbrush? Are you brushing with the best tooth powder? What's in your mouthwash?  
 
Yes, brushing and flossing are crucial for good dental health. Here are some more steps you should follow to up the ante.

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Q&A: Why Does My Sweat Smell Like Cat Pee (ammonia)??

If you notice body odor that smells similar to cat pee… you could have an excess of ammonia in your blood.  There are some simple explanations and easy solutions if it is related to your diet, hydration status, and antiperspirant usage.  Your body will naturally fight to keep you healthy- and when you have more ammonia than your kidneys can handle, you could be “sweating it out”!

Trina Felber, RN, BSN, MSN, CRNA turned CEO of the natural skincare company Primal Life Organics understands the physiology within the body.  She creates her skin care line to heal the body so it can rid itself of toxins, function normally and perform optimally.  She spends her time educating others on the best natural practices to ensure health and wellbeing.

Today, She answered the question Why Does My Sweat Smell Like Cat Pee??

Did you know that a build-up of ammonia levels can cause muscle fatigue and neurological impairment?  Did you realize that using an antiperspirant can prevent you from releasing excess ammonia from your body?  A build-up of ammonia can cause your sweat to smell like cat pee and have detrimental effects on your health.  Trina talks about some of the causes of high ammonia levels (diet-related), how to improve detoxification and why/how to use natural deodorant.

Trina added clay to all of her deodorants to enhance detoxification from the pit tissue.  Other deodorants, including natural deodorants, do not cleanse the tissue and you should do a separate pit detox once a month.  When you use the Stick Up Deodorant, you detox with every application.  She also added activated charcoal to the BLACK formula for increased detox power.  

As a nurse, Trina has done the research and has developed products that improve the health of your body so you can feel better, look better and have more confidence.  One stick of the Stick Up deodorant lasts 2-3 times longer than regular deodorant and other natural deodorants.  Trust Trina today with your body and feel better tomorrow!

 

Stick Up Deodorant is 100% natural, safe and effective

Also read:

Natural Deodorant: Why Do I Get A Red Rash/Why Is It Staining My Clothes?

Caught Stinky and Without Deodorant?? Here are a few things you can use in a pinch…

Toothpaste: Trust or Trash??


Trina’s 7 Steps To Hydrate Winter Skin

The winter dry air sucks the moisture right out of your skin… but I created a hydrating solution! Follow my 7 Steps To Hydrate Winter Skin and watch your complexion go from dull to vibrant in no time at all! Remember- dehydrated skin, from the inside and outside, accentuates aging. Think of it this way- a plum is well hydrated and plump! A prune is a water-poor, or dehydrated plum. Water-based skincare, artificial ingredients in both skincare and food, and winter temperatures all dehydrate your plum and make you look like a prune!

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