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How to Treat a Wound

Overview The skin is the body's largest organ, but it is also its most easily damaged due to its role as the first line of protection for the body. Fortunately, the skin also has a high capacity to heal itself and so most aspects of wound care focu...

Natural & Organic Skin Care

Overview Many people are turning to natural and organic skin care to replace chemical-filled beauty products in an attempt to avoid cancer-causing synthetic ingredients and provide a gentler solution for sensitive skin. As the largest organ in the...

Organic Olive Oil Soap & Skin Care

Overview Organic olive oil soap offers an all-natural form of moisturizing the body. Olive oil, the primary ingredient in this skin care product, is derived from the olive plant and is rich in nutrients with beneficial qualities. While some brands...

Organic Rose Skin Care

Overview In addition to possessing a degree of beauty and delicacy that has caused it to be nicknamed "The Queen of Flowers," the rose also has the ability to promote healthy and beautiful skin. Consequently, it is a featured ingredient in numerous...

Communicable Skin Diseases

It's easy to see why communicable skin diseases often prove hard to contain. Skin is humankind's most exposed organ. The entire body is wrapped in it. When contagious diseases occur, any object the skin touches can become contaminated by the virus,...

Organic Skin Creams

Skin cream was once thought to sit on top of your skin and never penetrate into the body. Experts claim that 60 to 70 percent of everything that is put on the body is absorbed into the skin. Nearly 90 percent of the ingredients of products used on th...

What Are the Benefits of Organic Skin Care?

The skin is the largest organ of the body, so skin care plays an important role in overall health. Just as organic foods and cleaning products are gaining in popularity, health-conscious consumers are turning to an expanding array of organic skin car...

Sunscreen Ingredients Approved by the FDA

As of 2007, there had been 17 sunscreen ingredients approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Of these ingredients, there are two classifications: organic/chemical and inorganic/physical. Organic/chemical sunscreens absorb rays from the sun...

Allergies From New Carpet

Overview Concern about a possible connection between new carpet and health problems was first expressed in the early 1980s. Carpet care company The Rug Scrubber notes that volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, were then studied as a potential source...

What Is Pycnogenol Taken For?

Overview Pycnogenol is a naturally occurring antioxidant that comes from the maritime pine tree bark. History of pine bark and its healing effects goes back to the 16th century when French explorer Jacques Cartier and his crew drank the tea to help...