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Eve Gane | Blogger | Close to Simple
Ever feel like there’s a new beauty ingredient you can’t stop seeing and hearing about? That all of the sudden it’s in every product and all over your Instagram feed? This is what our Beauty Buzzwords series is all about - to help you learn more about these mysterious ingredients and why everyone is raving about them. First up in the series is activated charcoal. The all-natural detoxifier that has recently been burning up the beauty and wellness industry!

Welcome to the first post of Oh Baby - a monthly series where an expert shares the scoop on all you need to know for the littlest members in your family! Check out the 2nd installment in this video, where an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant shares her top 3 must-buys for breastfeeding mamas!
Seanna Cohen | Skin Care Therapist | Elodie Beauty
There are enough things to worry about as a new mom. Baby’s pesky skin conditions shouldn’t be on the list! When I had my son a year and a half ago, I had a suspicion — solely based on my own skin sensitivities — that I would be putting my skincare expertise to good use dealing with his ailments. The poor guy had it all: “baby acne”, eczema, severe diaper rashes, and cradle cap. We got through it, and I’m here to share some of my tips for dealing with it all.

Mandy King | Holistic Nutritionist | Founder of HEAL (Healthy Eating and Living) When I was first diagnosed with Celiac disease (an autoimmune disease where you have to be strictly gluten free) nine years ago, gluten free takeout just wasn’t an option like it is now. Being a busy-bee who was working a corporate job at the time, I was forced to meal prep and plan everything ahead of time so that I would always have something I could eat when life got busy! Otherwise, I’d be left attempting to grab something out, and more often than not I wouldn’t feel well afterwards. Fast forward nine years, and this is still one of the most important habits I have to keep me on track all week long, except now it’s not just so that I can eat gluten free – rather, it’s so that I can eat whole, unprocessed, delicious foods that fuel...

Dr. Laura Belus, ND  Want to improve your health but don’t know what vitamin or supplement you need to be taking for maximum results? The best way to get started is with the basics, which is exactly why I put them all together in the Get Healthy Resolution Box. However, sometimes we need a bit of extra information to achieve our health goals. Here are a few of the common questions I get to help steer you in the right direction. Q1: I was wondering what supplements/food you suggest for someone trying to combat mild psoriasis. Psoriasis is a skin condition that is known to produce dry, itchy patches. And mostly on elbows, knees, and parts of the face or scalp. It is a condition that can be helped with and anti-inflammatory diet and several natural remedies. Many psoriasis sufferers also have low vitamin D levels. I highly recommend getting your levels tested...