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Insomnia

There are many causes of insomnia, and not everyone's sleepless nights are caused by the same thing. An overactive mind brought on through too much excitement late in the evening, over ­ exhaustion from a grueling day at work, poor digestion from eating the wrong foods, negative thinking and worry can all prevent us from getting a good night's sleep.

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Heart disease and high blood pressure

Heart disease and high blood pressure are thought of as a middle-aged man's disease. However, their occurrence is increasing rapidly among younger women as well.

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Facial Mask

If you are really pushed for time to make a face mask just use pure honey, which is good for all skin types. After cleansing as normal, smear honey on your face and leave for about 15 minutes. This will thoroughly cleanse and soften your skin as well as tackling any potential blemishes due to the honey's antibacterial properties.

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Bruise

Rediscover the ancient wisdom of old wive's tales with remedies to speed up the healing process, such as vinegar in brown paper and cabbage poultices. Accidents, sports injuries and bumps can cause bruising, strains and sprains. 

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Bergamot Oil

Bergamot is valued for its uplifting aroma and stimulating properties, making it a useful addition to your aromatherapy kit. Refreshing bergamot oil is extracted from the almost ripe, yellow-green citrus fruit of the bergamot tree. 

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Basil Oil

Commonly used to add flavouring to Mediterranean food, basil also has a number of therapeutic properties. It can soothe feelings of anxiety and ease digestion.

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Antiseptic

With an increased resistance of micro-organisms to manufactured antibiotics, there has been a resurgence of interest in antiseptic oils. Most essential oils have natural antiseptic properties because the plants from which there are extracted produce them to protect themselves from invading micro­ organisms.

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What is Shea butter

The Shea nut has been used in many parts of Africa since ancient times.

It has been said, that one of the most recorded Queen’s in history – Nefertiti, was noted for her beauty.This was partly due to her skin and hair, as she was an avid user of Shea butter. The fat extracted from the nuts contains a composition of vitamins and minerals, which have extraordinary restorative powers and nourishment for the skin and hair.

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WHY YOU SHOULD - CHOOSE NATURAL SKIN CARE FOR YOUR FACE

Shea butter

It can be overwhelming looking for skin care products. This applies especially when it relates to your face. 

Every time you visit a beauty shop, whether it being online or in store, we all know that there will be too much to choose from, so the obvious question becomes, of course: how do you decide on which one to go for?

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