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  • We Heart: Coconut & Monoi Deep Moisture Milk Soufflé

    Posted on by I Heart Hair

    We heart Coconut & Monoi Deep Moisture Milk Soufflé for lightweight, luminous, frizz-free formula that loves your curls. This new product nourishes and hydrates all curl types and can be used on wet or dry hair.

    You will love the way this product hugs your curls. You can pick it up for $13.99 at your local beauty store.

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  • Work Out in Style!

    Posted on by IHH Staff

    Who said you cant look good while working out?  It's easy, grab a cute, breathable, and comfortable workout outfit. Working out is already a challenge, but looking good in the latest fitness gear will motivate you to work harder. A little style goes a long away to make breaking a sweat more bearable. Here are a few fashion workout styles that will get you started. Work out in style!

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  • Natural Remedies to Get Rid of Blackheads

    Posted on by IHH Staff

    Blackheads are open pores clogged with dead skin and oil; which are most common in teens and pre-menstrual women.  These irritating blemishes occur most often on and around the nose putting them dead center in the middle of the face where they are most noticeable.  So of course, we want to get rid of them as quickly as possible.

    Here are a few of the best and fastest all-natural remedies for banishing those annoying little blackheads.

    1.     Oatmeal soothes irritation, removes dead skin cells, and soaks up excess oil to help clarify the complexion.

    ·         Using distilled water (free of contaminants), cook enough oatmeal to cover your blackheads.

    ·         Cool oats to room temperature before applying to affected areas.

    ·         Leave on for ten to twenty minutes then rinse with lukewarm water.

    2.     Cinnamon is an anti-bacterial spice that can be used to make an aromatic face mask for removal of blackheads.

    ·         Mix one part organic cinnamon with two parts honey to form a paste.

    ·         Apply a thin layer over blackheads.

    ·         Leave on for at least fifteen minutes.

    ·         Wash off with your favorite all-natural cleanser, then follow up with a moisturizer.

    3.     Honey is both anti-bacterial and antiseptic, making it another great choice for those with acne-related blackheads.

    ·         Heat about a tablespoon of pure raw honey in a small jar until it is warm to the touch.  (A good way to do this is    by placing the jar into a bowl of very hot water.)

    ·         Dab warm honey onto blackheads and let it soak in for about ten minutes.

    ·         Remove with a warm, damp cloth.

    ·         This treatment can also be left on overnight.  Repeat daily for best results.

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  • "Watch" your Health

    Posted on by IHH Staff

    Are looking for an aid to help you stay in shape with out having to carry around your smartphone? Lucky for you there are several different devices on the market that sync to your smartphone or to your computer. It will take a little time to choose the right one for you, but here are a few to get you started with your search.

                                                Moto ACTV Fitness & Music Smartwatch


                                                 New Balance Life Trainer

                                                Striiv Smart Pedometer

                                                Nike Fuel Band

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  • Thirsty?

    Posted on by IHH Staff

    Thirsty? Why Drinking Water is so Important

    Water might not be some people's favorite choice of beverage, but it definitely should be. Why? See below. 

    1) Helps with Metabolism
    2) Detoxifies
    3) Hydrates skin
    4) Can help control calories
    5) Removes harmful toxins from your body

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