Posts By: naturesaid

The Many Reasons You Need Nature’s Aid Skin Gel this Winter

Why the cooler seasons are a great time to use Nature’s Aid Skin Gel. People often think of Nature’s Aid skin gel as a spring and summer product and we can understand why – with soothing ingredients such as aloe vera and vitamin E it is great for taking the irritation out of bug bites

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Top 10 Reasons to Get Outside this Fall (That have nothing to do with losing weight or exercise)

Couple Walking Dog Through Winter Woodland

They say walking down a tree lined street is the equivalent to feeling seven years younger or making an extra $10,000 a year. And we can understand why. After all, there is no mistaking the calming, relaxing, and rejuvenating experience of simply being outdoors, surrounded by nature. The autumn months always seem to draw people

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Our Favourite House Plants for Cleaner Air

  It’s no secret that pollutants are everywhere, but did you know they are also inside your home? No matter what you do, you can always find something in your air. Whether you or a family member smoke indoors, use chemical cleaning products, cook, or even simply open the windows now and then, the air

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How to Avoid Colds and Flu

Is the flu shot really necessary? There’s a lot of controversy surrounding flu shots. A lot of people claim it is unnecessary, but the population essentially feels forced into getting it when there really may be no need. The recommendation is that certain people who are at risk really need the flu shot. This includes

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Harmful Ingredients In Your Conditioner

Hair can be a polarizing subject. Everyone has a specific way to care for their hair and everyone thinks their way is the best. They could be right, as everyone’s hair is different. But at the basic level, all hair has the same basic elements and there are things that damage hair that everyone should

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How to Incorporate Fresh, Healthy Foods into Your Daily Diet Without Breaking the Bank

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So you’ve made the decision that you want to eat healthier; that you want to stop consuming fast food and packaged foods from the grocery store that are loaded with chemicals and weird ingredients you can’t pronounce. Good for you! This is the first step in becoming healthier, happier and having lots more energy to

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Natural Skin Gel Uses for Babies and New Moms

If you are a new mom, you are certainly checking labels of products to ensure that your baby receives only the best and safest products for their new, delicate skin. What may surprise you is just how many preservatives and chemicals are present, even in baby products, which is quite shocking. You want your baby

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What You Need to Know About Sodium Lauroyl Methyl Isethionate

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Ingredient labels can be highly confusing; after all, proper botanical and scientific names are often long, awkward and complicated. How in the world are you supposed to know, let alone understand, what is in the product you are purchasing? That’s where these blogs come in. We want consumers to have a thorough understanding of our products, and

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The 5 best ways to Avoid Eczema Flare-Ups this Winter

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What you need to know about avoiding eczema flare-ups this winter With temperatures falling outside, Canadians are cranking up the heat indoors. For anyone this combination of hot and cold can irritate the skin, but for those with eczema, it can wreak havoc. And while some will rely on medications, creams or light therapy to help control

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What You Need to Know About Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride

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When it comes to natural products, many consumers aren’t fazed by ingredients such as aloe Vera, Rosemary or Witch Hazel, but there are other, more obscure ingredients that may be long-named, difficult to pronounce or simply seem intimidating. However, they are actually quite natural, beneficial and most importantly, safe. Guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride is one of these. And it

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