7 Ways To Use Red Ginseng For Better Health

Red Ginseng has been widely used in traditional medicine to treat various diseases. Evidence Based Research supports Red Ginseng for improved health. Here are 7 Proven benefits of Red Ginseng: 1. To Boost The Metabolism In a study comparing Korean ginseng with American ginseng, Korean (Red) ginseng was found to be both invigorating and to…

How to Get Awesome Health Benefits from Ginger

Ginger tea is commonly used for sore throats and upset stomachs. But the benefits of ginger are many such as reducing post-workout soreness and even reducing headaches. Eating a thin slice of ginger root daily provides numerous health and beauty benefits. Medical Research About Ginger Inflammation is a part of many diseases and injuries. Research…

How to Promote Collagen with Peptides: Tripeptide-10 Citrulline

How do Peptides treat wrinkles? Peptides in skincare can be confusing. Some peptides can target specific skincare concerns. One such peptide is Tripeptide-10 Citrulline. This ingredient is found in some Vitamin C serums. It is a very effective addition to a C serum. Tripeptide-10 Citrulline is a relatively new skin care ingredient that acts like…

Does Science Support Acupressure for Beauty Sleep?

How Does Acupressure Work? Acupressure is an ancient medical practice. It uses targeted pressure to restore body balance and blood flow. Increased blood flow encourages skin rejuvenation, improved metabolism, and releases endorphins. Endorphins improve mood, reduce pain and give natural energy. DOES SCIENCE SUPPORT ACUPRESSURE? A theory in Traditional Eastern medicine is that health problems…

Probiotics for better skin

Can probiotics make for better skin? That natural youthful glow you get from a post-yogurt facial is not just wishful thinking or all in your head. Clinical studies back that the topical use of Probiotic bacteria makes both skin and hair look healthy. (1) Probiotics not only work from the inside out to clear skin…

How to Treat Keratosis Pilaris?

How to Treat Keratosis Pilaris, or ‘Chicken Bump Skin”? What can be done about Keratosis Pilaris, also known as KP or Chicken Bumps? As our previous Keratosis Pilaris article discussed, KP can’t be cured and is easily made worse with the wrong treatment. But Keratosis Pilaris does respond to the right treatment. We researched dermatology…

What is Keratosis Pilaris?

What is Keratosis Pilaris? Keratosis Pilaris is small, dry white bumps that occur in patches. You may know them as “chicken bumps” or “KP”.  Understanding Keratosis Pilaris Keratosis Pilaris bumps are an excess build-up of keratin in many adjacent hair follicles within an area. They are most common on the back of the upper arms, the…