Anti-Aging · Beauty · Gunilla of Sweden · Ingredients · Nutrition · Skincare

Ingredient of the week: Pomegranate

pomegranates.jpgPomegranates have been touted as some of the healthiest fruits available.  Cleopatra is said to have stained her lips red with their juice.  They have even been accused of being the forbidden fruit that Eve offered to Adam.  And, according to Greek mythology, Persephone’s temptation to eat a pomegranate resulted in wintertime.  But, what is so special about these crowned jewels of the fruit world that make them so irressistable?

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Anti-Aging · Beauty · Ingredients · Nutrition · Skincare

Avocado: Nutritious and Good for your Skin!

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We all know how delicious avocados are in guacamole or on toast but did you know that avocados have numerous skin benefits?

Avocados are very rich in antioxidants, essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals which is why it is highly beneficial in skincare. Due to this fruit having natural anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and moisturizing properties, it is able to soothe and hydrate dry, itchy skin. Continue reading “Avocado: Nutritious and Good for your Skin!”

Acne · Beauty · Gunilla of Sweden · LEROSETT · Nutrition · Skincare

Dairy Milk and Acne – Are They Related?

1296x728_Soy_Milk.jpgDairy milk has been praised for centuries (7,500 years to be exact) for its variety of health benefits. These benefits are so well known, in fact, that people all over the world include it as a staple in their diet. Milk contains a multitude of nutrients our bodies need like calcium, protein, potassium, vitamin A, B12, and D – just to name a few. Many also suggest that drinking milk can combat health issues like heart disease, reduce risk of stroke and reduce high blood pressure.

However, could drinking this nutritional beverage be making your acne worse?

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