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What Causes Chapped Lips?

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What Causes Chapped Lips?

If you were stranded on a deserted island and could only have one skin care product, what would it be? Forget being stranded...that'll never happen. Let's start over: You're heading to the Canary Islands, with your toddler, your father-in-law (with his blood pressure medication), your husband (who suffers from sleep apnea), your bag of toiletries, a few oranges, and a reservation for the Radisson Blu Resort hotel. Now guess what you'll need? Pretty much... a lot of lip balm. Here's why: The outdoor elements: wind, sun and cold weather, cause chapped lips. Your toddler has this habit of licking his...

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When an emollient is difficult to apply (and why it happens)

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A beeswax-based solid lotion can be a bit more challenging to apply, especially when stored in a cool area. But with these simple tricks, Beesilk Jr. (and our Beesilk lotion bar) can be a breeze to work with, giving your skin immediate relief.

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Baby got eczema? Try Beesilk Jr.

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The best way to find an effective product for your child's eczema is to look at the list of ingredients. It shouldn't have parfum, fragrances, and even preservatives need to be monitored closely. We've found that shea butter alone can do wonders. Add some beeswax and coconut oil and those 3 ingredients are all you need to combat mild eczema in babies and children.

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Shea Butter + Rose Hip Seed Oil = perfect facial skin

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What's the best oil for the face?

Coconut oil leaves the face feeling greasy. Shea butter, on the other hand, makes the face "even" and smooth. Add some rose hip seed oil and you have the perfect combination for a facial emollient. 

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From keto to gluten-free, low carb skin care

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From keto to gluten-free, low carb skin care

Gluten-free skin care starts with using preservatives that do not contain gluten. Beyond that, some people need to use low carb skin care if they're following a strict keto diet therapy to manage their epilepsy. Read more to find out how one mom learned to treat her daughter's Dravet's Syndrome through diet... and MadeOn products, a.k.a.,  low carb skin care.

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