How To Get Rid Of Silverfish At Home: 14 Home Remedies That Work

Let’s get right to the point, silverfish are creepy insects. They tend to appear in moist areas and thrive in damp and dark environments such as basements, sheds, attics, bathrooms, and kitchens where they are attracted to paper and damp clothing. There is nothing that wigs me out more than seeing a silverfish scurry across the floor or the counter. Although they are creepy, the… [read more]

How To Make A Moisturizing & Growth Stimulating Beard Oil

Beard oil helps moisturize facial hair and the skin beneath. It’s a must for those trying to grow and maintain healthy facial hair. A good beard oil will transform a dull beard into an amazing work of art! Beard oil will cleanse and moisturize and at the same time help balance your body’s natural oils. This will lead to soft, healthy skin and hair. As an added bonus, the… [read more]

15 Best Essential Oils For Face & Skin + 4 Skin Care Recipes To Try

Using essential oils for beautiful, healthy and vibrant skin is nothing new. Ancient Egyptians were a culture known for its understanding of the value of essential oils for healing, gorgeous skin and aromatherapy. There is evidence of oils being used over 5,000 years ago in ancient Egypt.  Understanding Your Skin Did you know that skin is the largest organ? If you are an adult, you… [read more]

18 Benefits Of The Ketogenic Diet For Total Body Health

Eating healthy is a lifelong goal, but sometimes you need a physical reset. For millions, transitioning their eating habits to a ketogenic diet is a highly effective way to rev up their metabolism, lose weight, and improve their quality of life. But what does this famed diet promise, and can it live up to that potential? Looking closer at the benefits of the ketogenic diet… [read more]

Top 10 Home Remedies To Get Rid Of Toenail Fungus Fast

Onychomycosis – commonly known as toenail fungus – is characterized by inflammation, pain, and swelling of the toe, as well as yellowing, thickening, and crumbling of the nail itself.  Toenail fungus can be the result of abnormal pH of the skin, continuous exposure to moisture, wearing synthetic socks, compromised immune system, sweat build-up in shoes, poor foot hygiene, or weak circulation such as that caused… [read more]

14 Reasons You Should Get More Biotin (Vitamin B7) In Your Diet

Your body can only function as well as you feed it, which is why it’s so important to give your system what it needs each day. Biotin (vitamin B7) might not be a compound you consider often, but this nutrient plays a crucial role in your overall health. But what is biotin exactly, and how can you tell if you’re deficient in it? Let’s look… [read more]

How To Make Mosquito Repelling Citronella Candles

Citronella has a long reputation for repelling mosquitoes and other pests. It works by masking our bodies with a distinctive aroma that bugs hate. The top use for Citronella is as an insect repellent due to its natural non-toxic repellent properties. There are loads of commercially produced citronella products available for home use, but most of the time the candles and oils are mixed with cheap and harmful… [read more]

11 Scary Dangers Of Sitting Too Much & How To Fix It

Do you have a desk job? Sitting at a desk all day can be hazardous to your health. Sitting is not natural for humans who were designed to be on the move. However, it is estimated that 86% of American workers sit all day. On top of that, most sit when they get home from work. In total, Americans sit 13 hours per day and… [read more]

How To Treat Rosacea: 12 Home Remedies That Work

Rosacea is a skin condition that almost 16 million Americans suffer from, many more remain undiagnosed. This condition is not only painful but can also cause embarrassment. It begins with flushing and leads to permanent redness, bumps, pimples, broken capillaries and eventually thickening of the skin around the nose. The National Rosacea Society estimates that 69% of sufferers said that their condition made them feel… [read more]

10 Ways To Get Rid Of Japanese Beetles Naturally

The first Japanese beetle found in America was discovered in New Jersey in 1916. Prior to this time, the beetle was only found in Japan where it is not a major pest. In 1937, beetles were discovered in Kentucky. By the 1950’s and the 1960’s the population of beetles rose quickly and spread throughout Kentucky and into other states. The eastern part of the US… [read more]