Bath & Beauty

Tired of Blotchy, Red & Irritated Skin? Switch to Clinically Proven Non-GMO everclēn®

Monday, February 24, 2014 by Ben H

If you’ve got sensitive skin that keeps you on a never-ending search for the right face creams, eye creams, cleansers, toners and lotions, your search can end now!

When your sensitive skin comes into contact with the aggressive detergents, colors and fragrances (almost always artificial) found in store bought cosmetics and beauty products, it gets irritated, red and blotchy.

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The answer for sensitive skin is having the right skincare regimen that’s gentle enough...

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50 Ways to Use Coconut Oil to Better Your Life

Sunday, December 1, 2013 by Anthony N.

Uses for Coconut Oil

coconut oil usesScientific research on coconut oil has revealed health benefits that affect your entire body, inside and out. You've heard good things about it and now you have a tub of it sitting in your pantry. So how do you use coconut oil?

We asked our Facebook fans and coworkers how they use coconut oil. Here are some of the numerous ways coconut oil is used. If you'd like to participate in conversations about coconut oil or other natural health topics, I definitely recommend you...

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Oil Pulling: All Hype Or Is There Something to It?

Thursday, August 8, 2013 by Jenessa McAllister


My First Experience with Oil Pulling

Is the secret to better health hiding in the ancient tradition of oil pulling? Could swishing oil around in your mouth really deliver the plethora of promised benefits? I was determined to find out.

I was intrigued, confused and a little bit grossed out by the concept of oil pulling, so I decided to give it a try. Trust me; the experience was one I’ll never forget.


It can do what for my health?

Oil Pulling Health Benefits

Oil pulling, by Wikipedia definition, is...

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How To: Make Your Own Toothpaste, Body Butter & Lotion Bars with Organic Coconut Oil!

Monday, August 5, 2013 by Courtney K

We redid our floors to match our cat.Have you seen our blog post on 50 Ways To Use Coconut Oil? I haven't tried all of them, but I do love cooking with it and using it in smoothies. It does work as a shaving cream, but leaves a bit of a mess behind when you're done. The post lists both sunscreen and tanning oil as uses and both seemed to work: after 5 1/2 hours biking in the July sun, my legs weren't burnt, so that's cool.

The hair tips are all good, but it takes some trial and error to find the right amounts to use. I tried oil...

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Help! Which Product Should I Use On My Dry Skin? An SHP-Insider Tests New Products to Find the Answer

Monday, April 1, 2013 by Cassandra B.

North Dakota winters are among the coldest and driest winters in the US. Unfortunately, I have extremely dry skin, which makes finding good quality products made with beneficial ingredients a challenge. Fortunately, I work at an awesome company that carries a wide variety of skincare products made with only the best ingredients. I thought I’d give my skin some pampering this winter and try a few out.

Organic Manuka Natural Lipcare
This lip balm is made with manuka honey, shea and cocoa butter,...

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Eating for Beauty: David Wolfe's Raw-Food Guide to Cleansing, Rejuvenating & Anti-Aging

Friday, March 1, 2013 by Kaitlin W

Eating for Beauty bookWhen we hear the word beauty in today’s popular culture it can be somewhat draining because we often think of the celebrities who seem never to age, are permanently thin, perfectly tan and perpetually toned. Great. Well, you know what? I would be too if that were part of the demands of my job.

I recall the exact moment when the word “beauty” evolved into something far more important than simply having my hair done in the most posh style or maintaining a petite figure. I was staying with a...

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Raspberry Ketones for Weight Loss: How Does It Compare to Other Weight Management Formulas?

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 by Lee Swanson

Dear Friends and Valued Customers,

In today's featured video from, Peter Miller joins in with a discussion about raspberry ketones, the natural weight loss nutrient now made famous by the like of Dr. Oz and other daytime talk show hosts. Mr. Miller sat down with the iHealthTube crew to talk about how raspberry ketones compare to other weight management formulas available on the market today.

I invite you to watch the video below and share your reaction in the comments section at...

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My Argan Oil Hair Care and Skincare Trial – Change is a Good Thing

Friday, January 25, 2013 by Kayla M

I must admit that when I was asked to try Swanson Health Products’ new argan oil products, I was a bit skeptical. After all, I haven’t switched hair care or lotion brands in years and I wasn’t sure if my hair and skin would be okay with change (even though I knew it is good to rotate shampoos). I was given Swanson Premium’s Argan Oil shampoo, conditioner, leave-in conditioner spray, night cream and hand lotion to try. Two of the products, the leave-in conditioner spray and the hand lotion, are...

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Why You Should Rotate Shampoo Brands + 7 Natural Hair Treatments for Dry & Damaged Hair

Monday, November 12, 2012 by Tara Kessler

You may be familiar with the old wives tale about rotating shampoo brands periodically because hair gets “used to" one brand and it then becomes ineffective. While we all know that hair is not alive—and cannot remember the last shampoo we used—there is a valid reason for rotating brands.

Shampooing with the same shampoo repeatedly may cause a build-up of residue. This residue can weigh hair down, making it dull and unmanageable. One solution for avoiding residue build-up is to rotate shampoo...

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3 Foods to Avoid if You Want to Look Young

Sunday, August 19, 2012 by Health Tips

foods to avoid to look young

Want to keep your complexion smooth and youthful? Take a look at your plate. What you leave off of your plate is sometimes just as important as the food you’re putting on your plate when it comes to nutrients that can affect your complexion. Put your best face forward (and improve your health) by keeping these to a minimum (remember that classic motto... moderation):

Sugar—Sweets and refined carbs raise glucose levels, which increases advanced glycation end products, which in turn interferes with...

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