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Benefits of Argan Oil: Top 12 Uses for Healthy Skin, Hair and Overall Health

What Is Argan Oil? Argan oil is a natural product sourced from the kernels of the Argania spinosa tree (a species native to Morocco). Rich in essential fatty acids and antioxidants (including vitamin E, polyphenols, linoleic acid, and sterols), argan oil is often marketed as an anti-aging aid for the skin. In addition, consumption of argan oil is said to help with certain health conditions. Argan Oil Benefits Skin Moisturizer Argan oil is most commonly used as a skin moisturizer to hydrate and soften skin. With its high vitamin E and fatty acid content, argan oil is the ideal product to give skin a natural boost. It absorbs easily and is non-greasy and non-irritating, which makes it a great natural moisturizer.It is easy to use all over the body,...

Looking Past A Bad Nail Day: How The Nails Speak Health Problems

Looking Past A Bad Nail Day: How The Nails Speak Health Problems

Every part of our body constitutes to the bigger picture of our health condition. Most often than not, our nails go unnoticed – except perhaps to those who have regular nail sessions. Apart from their decorative purposes, they actually signal underlying nutritional and health issues. With that said, let’s find out what our body is trying to communicate through our fingernails. Nailing the Nail Anatomy Our finger and toenails are made of the protein alpha-keratin which is also present in other animals’ hooves and horns. The protein is formed the way it is by living skin cells. Their primary function is to protect the soft tissues and the distal phalanx and many other purposes. To be on the same page throughout our discussion, let’s be familiar with...

Top 6 Herbal Remedies for Yellow Nails

Top 6 Herbal Remedies for Yellow Nails

Healthy nails have a pinkish hue and shiny appearance. If you have yellow spots or markings on your toenails or fingernails, this can be an indicator of nail fungus, an infection called Onychomycosis. In most cases, the yellow nails start at the tip of the nail and spread towards the cuticle, often along one side of the nail.Onychomycosis is a common nail disorder caused by fungal organisms, yeasts, and molds. Many nail fungus infections are caused by the same fungus that causes athlete’s foot and cross infections between the two disorders can easily occur. Nail fungus infections are more common in toenails than fingernails and tend to affect older people more than younger.Herbal treatments for Yellow NailsLemons for Yellow Nails How to use it...