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Healthy Living: Best Carrier Oils For Aging Skin
Pat White's Healthy Living Articles
Written by Pat White of Essential Body Pleasures   
Carrier oils, also called base oils, are plant or vegetable oils that are commonly used to carry the benefits of essential oils and other ingredients into the layers of skin.  Carrier oils tend to be better suited for certain skin types. This article will discuss the top carrier oils that are best for mature skin.

Avocado
Avocado oil is an excellent carrier oil because it is easily absorbed by the skin and penetrates deep into the skin. It has been shown to significantly increase the amount of collagen, which provides the skin's structural foundation. Avocado oil containes a high amount of sterolins which are known to reduce sun/age spots and help to heal scar tissue. It is a thick and heavy oil, so it is best used in conjunction with lighter feeling oils in products.

Borage
Borage oil is a perfect choice for dry, mature skin. It is rich in the essential fatty acid gamma linolenic acid, which helps to maintain and replenish moisture in the skin. Additional essential fatty acids help keep cell membranes flexable and slow water loss from skin cells. It also contains tannins, which provide a skin tightening and toning effect. Borage oil also promotes the production of prostaglandin, which is a potent anti-inflammatory that helps calm irritated skin.
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Paleo Living: Preventing the Polluted Baby
Trina Felber's Paleo Living Articles
Written by Trina Felber of Primal Life Organics   

My story begins with my first pregnancy. The discovery that I was unknowingly poisoning myself with chemicals multiple times each day.

I became pregnant on my wedding/honeymoon in 2007 on the beautiful islands of Fuji. I was 39 years young and ecstatic that it happened so quickly. Sadly, that little one was only with me for seven short weeks before I miscarried.

I was devastated but determined to examine my environment looking for anything that could be harming my body, and my baby.

I became pregnant again shortly after and as I neared week seven, I feared for this baby’s life. One morning, I was getting ready for work and

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Whole Living: The Importance of Magnesium For Beautiful Skin
Skin Care
Written by Shirley Makela of Alki Organix   

getting magnesium for good healthWhen I look at skin health I look not only at the best ways to care for skin, but also what foods and nutrients are most important.  What we eat has as much impact on skin health than what we put on it. 

 Magnesium is one of the most important minerals for our health, and for healthy skin. A diet rich in vital magnesium also helps skin stay supple and wrinkle free because the enzymes that assist with DNA replication require the antioxidants in magnesium to work effectively.  Magnesium deficiency can also be linked to skin allergies, and eczema.   Magnesium, in conjunction with potassium and calcium,  is essential for strong bones and muscles, it  is also critical for heart health, blood pressure, and even for preventing migraines.  And if you are finding you aren’t sleeping well getting enough magnesium could be a great help.  But sadly the bad news is that industrial farming is producing food that is less rich in this vital mineral (because magnesium levels in soils are depleted by the practice)  compounded by diets that may be heavy in processed foods many of us are not getting the magnesium our bodies need.  

 The good news is; getting the magnesium you need is not hard or expensive.  Nuts and seeds, especially Pumpkin seeds and Sesame seeds are excellent sources, as are Chia seeds. Nuts like Brazil Nuts, Almonds and Pistachios are also excellent sources.   Adding any dark green leafy vegetables to your diet is always a good idea, and greens like spinach, chard,

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