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We use toothpaste every single day. There is nothing else that I expose my self to more than my toothpaste. It's there in the morning, after meals and before I get to bed. With that amount of exposure, I certainly do not want my toothpaste to have any ingredients that are going to harm your oral cavity or enter your digestive tract and cause other health issues.
If you don't already know, eyeliners are used to highlight the eyes. For a women, next to our hair, eyes are the dominating feature in our arsenal. If our hair is a crown's substitute, our eyes are the tip of our soul's sword. It can pierce the harshest of tongues, and warm the coldest of hearts. It is our most prized possession and subduing them without sufficient highlights is a mistake no woman should make.
Regardless of summer or winter, don't be fooled into thinking that sunscreen is only needed when the sun is out in fool force scorching the earth. it is just as harmful in the dead of winter when the blistering cold or when the Spring shill is in the air. As long as you have some acreage of skin exposed to the sun, it's going to need sunscreen. More often than not, its the face that's going to need the protection.
Many of us use night masks for a number of reasons. Some to repair the daily damage, others to protect from natural aging. Whatever the underlying reason, leaving something on our skin, especially on the face has tremendous time to do good, and if unnatural, it also can do a lot o fbad. That's why, I moved to using natural face masks.
Deodorants are something that is part of civilized society today. Without it, be prepared to be shunned and ostracized, and rightfully so. The good thing though is that there is no longer any need to subject your body to the usually chemical suspects contained in mass produced, deodorants like parabens, synthetic ingredients and petrochemicals or aluminum. For me, putting on something that was synthesized in the lab is a big no-no. So I started looking around and came up with a the top five top rated natural deodorants.