Sanity During Coronavirus Covid-19
We’re all living in the age of bathing in hand sanitizer and daily notices from our counties right now.
Personal hygiene has become a social responsibility. If you are looking at disinfecting, tips to kill germs or products that are a necessity right now, we are alerting you to a makeup sanitizer mist that does double duty as a hand sanitizer.
Getting pierced ears for the first time is quite a milestone. You may be nervous leading up to it, but the aftercare is actually the most important part.
Self-love and acceptance are the keys to healthy living and ultimately happiness. Feeling good in our skin is the most important thing. It is more than natural to want to look and feel better and, as long as you’re doing it for you, there is nothing wrong with that. Making healthier choices, leading to better health will lead to feeling more fit, confident and full of energy!
PATCH is a natural alternative to wound care and perfect for those with sensitive skin.
PATCH was born when James Dutton noticed that while trying to protect his son’s adventure wounds his skin was in fact reacting badly to a common adhesive bandage and making the wound worse. James became motivated to find better alternatives when he found that Charlie wasn’t alone with his reactions.
Getting fit can sometimes feel like a chore, but it doesn’t have to. It doesn’t always mean jogging around the park at 6 am every morning, or stumbling around the gym pretending to know how all the fancy equipment works. There are so many other ways (more fun ways) of getting fit that you can try. So, if the thought of going on a run fills you with dread, read on for more ways of getting fit!
You only have a limited amount of time each day. Let’s reword that. After you chase the kids, change the diapers, load the dishwasher, do…
This post has been sponsored by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare. All thoughts and reviews are my own. While we know that frequent and complete hand washing…
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