Coffee vs. Tea [infographic]

Tags: ,

Posted on October 7th, 2014 in Fun, Infographic, Nutrition and Health | No comments

Coffee Vs Tea (1)

Are you a coffee or tea drinker? Check out the benefits of each in our latest...

Read More

The Scary Truth About Halloween Candy

Tags: , ,

Posted on October 6th, 2014 in Fun, Holiday, Nutrition and Health | No comments

200166158-005

October has arrived! We certainly would not be surprised if your little ones are already planning their Halloween costumes for the anticipated night. Trick-or-treating is a popular tradition and kids from all over look forward to their night being filled with sugar-packed treats. As a parent, you may or may not put thought into the treats that...

Read More

FRIDAY SHOWDOWN: Spinach vs. Kale

Posted on October 3rd, 2014 in Fun, Infographic, Nutrition and Health | No comments

Kale vs Spinach

Spinach vs. Kale? More like spinach AND kale! Both green-leaf veggies have plenty of health benefits to offer. Just take a look at this...

Read More

5 Foods for Glowing Skin

Tags: ,

Posted on October 1st, 2014 in Nutrition and Health, Self Improvement, Skin care | No comments

glowskin

Glowing skin, the natural way? Sign us up! There are a number of foods to incorporate into your daily diet that can benefit your complexion. Take a look… #1: Blueberries. Of course, the number one antioxidant fruit makes the cut! The antioxidants can help protect your skin from prematurely aging. Add a handful to your morning smoothie,...

Read More

Using Oatmeal as an Exfoliator

Tags: , ,

Posted on September 29th, 2014 in DIY, Skin care | No comments

exfoliate

By now, you probably have a pretty good understanding that we are big advocates of natural remedies and skin care. This week, we have quite a treat for you! Two words: oatmeal exfoliator. Oatmeal not only has soothing properties for your skin, but it is the absolute perfect ingredients for an exfoliator—it’s grainy texture makes it easy to...

Read More

Skin Benefits AFTER You Quit Smoking

Tags: ,

Posted on September 24th, 2014 in Self Improvement, Skin care | No comments

quitsmoking

Wouldn’t it be nice to reverse the age of your skin? If you are currently a smoker, this is ACTUALLY possible. Smoking deteriorates your health in a variety of ways—including the health of your skin. There are over 4,000 harmful chemicals in a cigarette. With every puff you take, you are breathing these in and leaving a hurtful mark on your...

Read More

10 Health Benefits of Apples

Tags: ,

Posted on September 22nd, 2014 in Fun, Nutrition and Health | No comments

appleaday

Mmm… it’s the season of apples! Apple pie, apple cobbler, apple picking, candy apples, apple cider donuts… the list of apple treats are ENDLESS in the fall! We think that now is certainly a good time to celebrate this all-star with a quick list of 10 health benefits. Apples can potentially… #1: Lower bad cholesterol levels. One study by...

Read More

Eye Skin Care Tips

Tags:

Posted on September 17th, 2014 in Skin care | No comments

eye

Did you know that the skin around your eyes is much thinner than the skin on the rest of your face? Did you know that it is also the first areas where most people show aging? Our eyes are a beautiful part of who we are, expressing emotion and individuality. If you do not learn how to take care of this delicate area of your face, you may notice...

Read More

5 Natural Homemade Facial Masks to Try

Tags: , ,

Posted on September 15th, 2014 in DIY, Fun, Natural Remedies, Skin care | No comments

spa

Sometimes, all it takes is a few ingredients from the market to feel like you have taken a trip to the spa. Yes, we are talking about DIY facial masks. Natural ingredients make the best ingredients when it comes to skin care. Packed with nutrients, fruits, veggies, yogurts, and even honey all come with skin and beauty benefits. Are you ready to...

Read More

The Link Between Stress and Skin Health

Posted on September 10th, 2014 in Self Improvement, Skin care | No comments

stress

Contributed by reader, Jenni Barnes Much research has been conducted into the effect that chronically high levels of stress can have on everything from cardiovascular health to mental well-being. Recently, studies have also shown that high job stress can result in a significantly higher chance of contracting Type 2 diabetes and indeed, it may be...

Read More

Buy More, Get More!

Buy 2 Get 1 Free

Dr. Recommendations

Dr. Recommendations

Earn Rewards!

Friends and Fans

Looking for answers?

Aidance has you covered, from A-Z!

Visit our Skin Health FAQs section for more information on skin conditions, exclusive guides, and more. More Info