Natural Wellbeing Blog

Healthy Aging Tips For Both Men and Women

Healthy aging is important for everyone—it’s not bound to one age group, gender, or even class. It’s vital for everyone to think about your well-being and things you can do for your health as you age. Simple changes like seeing your doctor regularly and adjusting your sleep schedule can have a huge effect on your health. The tips listed below can help make healthy aging a priority for you. 

What is Silica and What Can it Do for Your Beauty Regimen?

If you experience dry, brittle hair and nails or dry and wrinkly skin, you know how frustrating these things can be. It’s difficult to keep up a happy, healthy appearance when your hair, skin and nails aren’t at their best.

A Springtime Guide for Proper Skincare

Spring is here, and that means warmer temperatures and longer, sunny days. It also means that heavy coats, gloves and scarves are out, and shorts, T-shirts and sandals are in.

Tea Tree Oil is a Natural Remedy for Managing Scalp Psoriasis

Scalp conditions like dandruff or dry scalp can be difficult to manage because of the constant itchiness and visual effects on the hair. But few conditions are as frustrating to handle as scalp psoriasis.

6 Ways to Avoid Common Winter Health Risks

The coming of winter means there are all kinds of new opportunities for making memories with your loved ones, from sledding and ice skating to family gatherings and holiday festivities.

6 Ways to Avoid Common Winter Health Risks

The coming of winter means there are all kinds of new opportunities for making memories with your loved ones, from sledding and ice skating to family gatherings and holiday festivities.

Don't Forget to Take Care of Your Skin When the Air Gets Dry

Your skin is your largest organ and protects you from harm—from microscopic organisms to everyday bumps and scrapes. In order to keep your insides healthy, you need to keep your outsides healthy, and that means taking good care of your skin.

Scalp Types and Hair Care Regimens: Finding the Right Combo

If you’re rigorous in your skin care, you probably know what type of skin you have. There are several distinct types, including oily, dry and combination—each of which has its own traits that need to be considered for appropriate care. There are products galore out there, specifically engineered for each skin type.