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[Corona Virus] Things to do with your Kids When Schools are Shut Down

Posted by Renee Harris on

Taking a quick break from skin care related topics, to something I know even MORE about.... keeping kids busy (and productive!) My parents are preparing to take my nephews for awhile if their school closes so that my sister is able to continue working. They asked us for some ideas of what to do with them during this time. Here's what I wrote to them: Hi Dad, I would focus on games where they learn something (Monopoly, Stratego, etc) Mom was always good about creating a summer schedule when we were growing up - that helps immensely. Keep them in...

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How come I feel colder after I apply peppermint lip balm? And other lip balm related questions...

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How come I feel colder after I apply peppermint lip balm? And other lip balm related questions...

What are the best ingredients for natural lip balm? Is lip balm (or Chapstick) addictive? How come I'm cold after applying peppermint lip balm? Get answers to those and more!

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A Review of Beesilk hard lotion bars by Jenn (including before and after photos)

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A Review of Beesilk hard lotion bars by Jenn (including before and after photos)

Jenn applied Beesilk hard lotion to her dry skin daily and had fantastic results! The cracks and splits disappeared and her skin is smooth again.

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Benefits of Walking Barefoot

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Are you up for a Barefoot Challenge? Walking barefoot is great for reducing inflammation and making your feet stronger. Read on for more ideas to condition and strengthen your feet. Then check out our Foot Rub Stick to protect your feet.

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How to heal deep, cracked heels

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How to heal deep, cracked heels

6 Causes of Dry, Cracked Heels Nutritional Deficiencies can Cause Cracked Heels: 5 key vitamins and minerals can cause cracked heels. If you're deficient in any of these, you may want to add them to your diet: Vitamin A (add more green vegetables, milk and eggs), Vitamin C (eat more citrus), Vitamin E (add more nuts and whole grains), Omega 3 foods (more fish oils and eggs), and Zinc (eat more red meat and poultry).  Standing for long periods of time. Make sure to wear comfortable, closed-heel shoes, or go barefoot. But keep the standing in one place to a...

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