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2
JUL

Aluminum & Your Health

Filed Under: Green Living,Personal Care at 2:09 pm | By: Jessica Justh, Senior Editor
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Most of us brush our teeth, wash our face and roll on some deodorant without much thought. What you might not realize is that one of these products may be causing irreparable damage to your health – your deodorant.

Even though new research shows that aluminum has cancer-causing properties, it’s still considered perfectly acceptable to eat, inject into your body as a vaccine adjuvant and to wear as an antiperspirant by most health officials. This mindset is unacceptable and you as a consumer have a choice of what you put on and in your body.

Aluminum-based antiperspirants work by blocking the pores that release sweat under your arms. Although that might not sound that bad, this heavy metal also blocks your body’s ability to detoxify itself and has demonstrated harmful effects when absorbed by the body.

The Journal of Applied Toxicology has shown that absorbed aluminum is deposited in your breast tissue which may suggest that raised levels of aluminum as a biomarker for identifying women with higher risks for developing breast cancer.

Many leading brands of deodorant contain aluminum, synthetic fragrances and other harmful ingredients that your body, not only doesn’t need, but shouldn’t be interacting with at all. We strongly suggest that you seek out brands with natural ingredients that are aluminum-free.

 




1
JUL

5 Reasons to Switch to Natural Deodorants

Filed Under: Beauty,Health Concerns & Ailments,Personal Care at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
DeodorantIf you are still using regular deodorants, it’s time to consider making a switch to natural products. The majority of deodorants are designed to stop you from sweating, a normal and healthy function that allows your body to release toxins. So, when you use a deodorant that contains harmful ingredients, you are applying these ingredients directly to the skin and leaving it there. How dangerous is that? If you are still not sure about switching, we give you 5 reasons to switch to natural deodorants.

1. Concern about Aluminum

Leading off the list is aluminum. This ingredient negative health effects’ are scary. Aluminum is found in antiperspirants and works to completely stop perspiration. Most antiperspirants contain a warning to discontinue use if you experience irritation from its use, and a good number of people are sensitive to these aluminum salts. Aluminum has been linked to a number of health issues including seizures, breast cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, bone formation disorders, and kidney problems.

2. Protect the Environment

Deodorant sprays are the worst choice from an air pollution standpoint as these products have the highest amount of volatile organic compounds, which contribute to the formation of ground-level ozone, a key component in smog.

3. Avoid Parabens

Parabens are found in a good number of personal care products including deodorants. Used as a preservative, parabens mimics estrogen in your body and can affect your body’s hormonal balance. This may cause a variety of health issues such as increasing your risk of hormonal cancers, early onset of puberty, and even birth defects in your future children.

4. Prevent Thyroid Issues

An ingredient commonly found in deodorants may cause thyroid issues. Triclosan is an antimicrobial that kills bacteria, fungus, and other microbes. Classified as a pesticide by the FDA and a probable carcinogen by the EPA, triclosan has been linked to a number of different health problems including disruption of the endocrine system, particularly thyroid function, and increased risk of cancer as well as allergy symptoms.

5. Maintain Healthy Skin

If you want to maintain healthy skin, switching to natural deodorants is an essential move. Conventional products may contain propylene glycol, a neurotoxin and skin irritant use to increase absorption and help keep substances from drying out. Thus substance was originally formulated to be used as an anti-freeze and now is a personal care ingredient. Propylene glycol may also cause damage to your central nervous system, heart, and liver.




17
JUN

Healing Power of Manuka Honey

Filed Under: Health Foods,Immunity,Personal Care at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Manuka HoneyManuka honey has been one of the hottest items in many health food stores across the country. This special type of honey contains properties that support the natural healing process as well as help to treat dry and scaly skin, support of joint mobility, and natural healing of wounds and immune defenses. A number of celebrities have been using Manuka honey in recent years but this is not a new product.

Active Manuka Honey is known to contain antibacterial properties and has been used by the indigenous of New Zealand for many years. Produced in New Zealand by bees that pollinate the native manuka bush, Manuka honey has been used since ancient times to treat multiple conditions. Conventional honey has anti-inflammatory properties that can quickly reduce pain, protects against damage caused by bacteria, and may also stimulate production of special cells that can repair tissue damaged by infection. Manuka honey can do all of that and much more.

What makes Manuka honey so special is that it contains additional antibacterial components including methylglyoxal (MG). MG is a compound found in most types of honey, but usually only in small quantities. Manuka honey contains a lot of MG due to a very high concentration in the nectar of manuka flowers. MG is thought to give manuka honey some of its antibacterial power. The higher the concentration of MG, the stronger the antibiotic effect.

Manuka honey is used for a variety of products including soaps, lozenges, lip balms and much more. A great product for treating minor wounds and burns, Manuka can also be helpful to a variety of health conditions such as reducing high cholesterol, treating diabetes, reducing systemic inflammation, treating gastrointestinal problems, and treating eye, ear, and sinus infections.

 




15
JUN

4 Great Natural Ingredients for Lip Balms

Filed Under: Anti-Aging,Beauty,Health Concerns & Ailments,Personal Care at 5:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Lip BalmWith so many options available, shopping for a natural lip balm product may be difficult. If you are not sure which natural ingredients you should be looking for in their formulas, we present 4 great natural ingredients for lip balms.

1. Beeswax

Beeswax is anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, an anti-oxidant, and contains Vitamin A. This moisturizing ingredient is also a great emulsifier, locking the moisture in and preventing dry, cracked lips. Many lip balm products contain beeswax for its ability to soothe pain caused by dryness or dehydration. Moreover, beeswax helps created a protective layer on your lips that can shield them from harmful UV rays.

2. Shea Butter

A variety of lip balms contain shea butter for good reasons. Shea butter can help protect the skin of the lips from the sun and damaging free radicals, resulting in moisturized lips and preventing dryness. Plus, shea butter contains important antioxidants such as vitamins E and A, which also help protect the lips from the free radical damage that can make them look prematurely aged, thin, or lined.

3. Vitamin E

A well-known antioxidant, vitamin E is included in many lip balm products is for its abilities to prevent skin cell damage caused by free radicals. Beyond its effects as an antioxidant, vitamin E also is believed to protect skin from damage directly caused by ultraviolet rays.

4. Honey

A popular ingredient for lip balms, honey has the ability to help lips retain moisture, preventing dry and cracked lips. It acts as a moisture barrier, protecting the lips from exterior factors that would strip the skin of their natural moisture. In addition to keeping lips moisturized, honey has natural antibacterial properties and can also provide protection against infectious agents.




3
JUN

Top 5 Supplements for After Sun Damage

Filed Under: Anti-Aging,Beauty,Personal Care at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Aloe VeraHere comes the sun……and so often we get a little too much of it. Most people take good precaution by wearing sunscreen and avoiding peak hours under the sun but every now and then, here comes a sunburn.

Sunburns have many different degrees from mild redness to severe, skin damaged burns. When looking to treat and heal sunburn this summer, check out these products as we suggest you the top 5 supplements for after sun damage.

1. Aloe Vera

Number one on this list has to be aloe vera. Known for its immediate cooling effect, aloe vera contain properties that are effective in treating and soothing sunburn. Aloe vera products are one of the most popular and natural ways to reduce redness and heal damaged, sunburned skin. Aloe vera is often available in gel as well as in lotion form and both can be applied directly to the skin.

2. Coconut Oil

It seems like this product is in every single list of health benefits. That’s true as coconut oil is known for its endless benefits. Coconut oil contains fatty acids and natural properties that help reduce swelling and moisturize the skin, preventing peeling. Not surprising, a good number of sunburn lotions contain this amazing ingredient.

3. Apple Cider Vinegar

Another popular choice for sunburn treatment, apple cider vinegar contains anti-inflammatory properties that may help the healing process. This natural product soothes your skin and may speed up the recovery time for damaged skin.

4. Milk

A cold milk compress is an old-fashion and effective way to treat sunburn. A quick and affordable option, the coolness of the milk helps ease the heat off the skin but also creates a layer of protein to protect your skin, minimizing discomfort.

5. Oatmeal

Sounds weird but oatmeal is a great way to minimize sunburns. A cool bath with added oatmeal can significantly improve your skin condition after getting a sunburn. Body lotions which contain oatmeal can also be helpful, moisturizing the affected areas and minimizing discomfort.




29
MAY

5 Sun Smart Tips For Summer

Filed Under: Green Living,Personal Care,Uncategorized at 8:00 am | By: Jessica Justh, Senior Editor
sunscreenBeware of the High SPF – The higher the SPF, the better, right? Not so fast. The Federal Food and Drug Administration says that SPF benefits max out around 50+ and have mulled the idea of following the lead of commissions in Europe, Japan and Australia, by banning products that boast higher numbers that don’t necessarily translate into increased protection. As you could probably guess, sunscreen manufacturers have been none too pleased by the FDA’s efforts to place limits on SPF levels and have helped keep proposed regulations languishing in bureaucratic limbo since 2007.

Steer Clear of Aerosol Sunscreens – Not only are there mounting concerns that aerosol sunscreens can be inhaled during application, but it’s a fact that both the propellant chemicals, along with the nanoparticles (zinc oxide and titanium dioxide) that are found in these sunscreens can be easily ingested.

Go 15 Minutes Free for Vitamin D - About 25 percent of Americans have borderline-low levels of vitamin D, while eight percent have a serious deficiency. Luckily, the best and purest form of vitamin D is readily available and cheap! Sunshine helps the body produce its own Vitamin D which helps strengthen bones, bolsters the immune system and reduces risks of breast, colon, kidney and ovarian cancers.

Forget Nano-particles –The Environmental Working Group — a nonprofit environmental research organization based in Washington, D.C. — gives a favorable rating to mineral sunscreens but is opposed to products that contain potentially harmful nano-particles. The EWG has urged the FDA to restrict the use of unstable or UV-reactive forms of minerals, believing that they hamper a product’s ability to protect the skin.

The Soiled Six – Just trust us on this one! Avoid these six ingredients at all cost: oxybenzone, avobenzone, octocrylene, homosalate, octinoxate and octocrylene.




14
MAY

What’s New? Nova Scotia Fisherman

Filed Under: Beauty,Personal Care at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Nova Scotia FishermanLucky Vitamin is proud to present a premium brand of personal care products to our customers: Nova Scotia Fisherman.

Nova Scotia Fisherman offers a unique line of personal care products handmade in Nova Scotia, Canada. This superior all-natural brand creates soaps, lotions, lip products, body balms and much more.

The company was inspired to provide a 100% natural skin care line that is efficient but also environmentally friendly. Started as a small business, Nova Scotia Fisherman has grown and today the company has a complete line of body care products, made with only natural ingredients. In fact, Nova Scotia Fisherman uses an endless list of amazing skin rejuvenating properties of a special ingredient: Nova Scotia Sea Kelp. After discovering all of the amazing effects of this slippery ingredient, the company has decided to use it in everything.

Nova Scotia Fisherman doesn’t stop at great ingredients, a portion of every sale benefits the Nature Conservancy of Canada. For the founders and owners, it is important to create a quality product but it is also important to give back to this beautiful landscape they call home as well as providing quality employment in rural Nova Scotia. Working with Burnt out Solutions Inc ( BOSI) they employed a team of people who may have had barriers to regular employment and provide work orders for local adults. They began producing products that are healthier for their families, homes and environment. Inspired by their community, environment and the people they serve, Nova Scotia Fisherman works hard to produce a quality all natural line that doesn’t compromise on people or the environment.

You can save even more when you shop Nova Scotia Fisherman at LuckyVitamin.com. Just enter promotional code MAY15NEW15 to save 15% on all items of this new brand.




8
MAY

3 Toxic Sunscreen Ingredients to Avoid

Filed Under: Anti-Aging,Beauty,Personal Care at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
SunscreenProtecting your skin from UV damage and sunburn is always important and using sunscreens is one of the best ways to do it. However, some products may contain ingredients you do not want to have it on your skin. Here’s a quick look at 3 toxic sunscreen ingredients to avoid:

Retinyl Palmitate

Derived from vitamin A, retinyl palmitate is an antioxidant often added to sunscreen products to improve performance against the effects of UV exposure and help reduce the signs of aging. However, this ingredient is known to produce destructive free radicals that are toxic to cells, damage DNA, and may lead to cancer. In fact, FDA studies have shown that retinyl palimitate may speed the development of malignant cells and skin tumors when applied to skin before sun exposure.

Oxybenzone

A common UV filter, oxybenzone is added to sunscreen products as a penetration enhancer. Keep in mind: the same way this ingredient helps the lotion to be more easily absorbed and increase protection, it also makes it easier for other chemicals to penetrate the skin. When oxybenzone is absorbed by your skin, it can cause an eczema-like allergic reaction that can spread beyond the exposed area and last long after you’re out of the sun.

Octinoxate

Just like oxybenzone, octinoxate is quickly absorbed by the skin and helps other ingredients to be absorbed more readily. One of the most common ingredients found in sunscreens with SPF, this dangereous ingredient is known to cause hormone disruption. Additionally, octinoxate may actually be a culprit for premature aging, as it produces menacing free radicals that can damage skin and cells.




27
APR

Top 5 Amazing Uses for Honey

Filed Under: Anti-Aging,Health Foods,Personal Care at 5:30 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Honey

Soothe Sore Throats and Coughs

Not surprise here as the combination of honey, lemon and hot tea is one of the best natural remedies for sore throats and coughs. As an effective cough suppressant, honey has properties to minimize sore throat and is a great option for children who suffer from night-time cough and upper respiratory tract infections.

Skin Moisturizer

Honey is an amazing moisturizer and can help improving your skin condition quite quickly. Honey is rich in natural antioxidants that have anti-microbial properties, which can help protect your skin from harmful UV rays and facilitate the skin’s ability to rejuvenate. In fact, many anti-aging products contain honey in their formulas as it also has the ability to absorb and retain moisture, keeping the skin well hydrated, and fresh.

Eye Care

Some people may not know but honey is also beneficial in the treatment of eye infection such as redness, itching of the eyes, conjunctivitis and other similar diseases. Honey used both internally and externally prevents glaucoma in its initial stage and research has suggested honey may be useful for prevention of cataract.

Acne Treatment

A simple trick can help you minimize pimples. Add a little bit of honey and place a band aid over it for about 30 minutes. This good old style, home treatment may surprise you. Honey contain amazing properties which can remove oil and dirt from the skin, two elements that causes acne. Honey has the ability to absorb impurities from the pores on the skin, as an ideal cleansing agent, and is also acts as a natural antiseptic, soothing and healing your skin.

Repair Damaged Hair

So many shampoos contain honey for a good reason. Honey is a great natural conditioner that can improve dry, damaged and dull-looking hair. It helps keep your hair clean, lustrous, healthy and shiny as well as helping retain moisture and get rid of dry, itchy flakes on your scalp.




12
APR

What’s New? Earthly Body

Filed Under: Beauty,Personal Care at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Earthly BodyLucky Vitamin is happy to introduce another top-quality brand of personal care products to our customers: Earthly Body.

Earthly Body is a respected, family-owned company that has been creating high-quality, natural skin and hair care products since 1994. Earthly Body is one of the first manufacturers of hemp-based natural body and skin care products. The company offers revolutionary hemp based products including hand and body lotions, shower gels, massage oil, and much more.

Earthly Body uses only natural ingredients with no mineral oil, dyes, sulfates, propylene glycol, phthalates or parabens. Earthly Body’s products are 100% Vegan, drug-free and cruelty-free. The company is also proud to say that it is listed on PETA’s coveted and highly regarded “No Test List.”

Earthly Body continues to grow and, as the demand grew larger for all products, this unique brand was expanded to not only include skin care but hair care as well (Marrakesh Hair Care). In July 2013, the company moved to a 50,000 square foot, solar powered facility in Chatsworth, CA. Earthly Body has become an industry leader in beauty, adult, and natural products, and is one of the preeminent manufacturers of hemp-based personal care, both in the US and internationally. The company’s collection of natural, vegan, and paraben-free skincare and body care products, which are hemp-oil based and cruelty-free, have caught the eye of many media outlets, such as Allure and Lucky magazine.

You can save even more when you shop Earthly Body products at LuckyVitamin.com. Just enter the promo code APRIL15NEW15 for an additional 15% off all products of this new brand.




6
APR

Choosing the Right Oil for Your Skin Problem

Filed Under: Anti-Aging,Beauty,Personal Care at 8:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
4. OilsChoosing the right oil for your skin issue can be difficult. Many of the common skin problems can be treated with natural products, particularly oils, but which one is the best, the most recommended for each and every skin issue? Here’s a quick guide to help you choose the right oil for your skin type and issue.

Aging: Rosehip Oil

If you are looking for a natural alternative to slow down the aging process, rosehip oil is likely your best choice. Rosehip oil is truly an anti-aging elixir backed by clinical studies that confirm its effectiveness at promoting youthful skin and improving the appearance of scars, stretch marks, sun damage, wrinkles, and fine lines.

Eczema: Almond Oil

When you have eczema, the skin does not produce as many fats and oils and cannot retain water as it normally would. The result of this process is dry skin. Sweet almond oil is an excellent emollient and nourishes dry skin, and can be a great product to reduce the itching caused by eczema.

Acne: Jojoba Oil

If you are searching for a product that can help acne-prone skin, jojoba oil is the answer. According to Acne.org, jojoba oil is closer to the oil on human skin, sebum, than other vegetable oils, making it an ideal ingredient in skin products. Jojoba oil has proven anti-inflammatory properties which may be helpful for inflammatory conditions such as acne, This non-comedogenic liquid wax is often used for moisturizing, spot treating and cleansing acne-prone skin. Jojoba oil regulates oily skin by making the skin think that it has already produced enough oil.

Wounds, Skin Inflammation: Calendula Oil

Calendula oil has great anti-inflammatory and vulnerary action, making it helpful with stubborn wounds, inflammation, as well as ulcers, bed sores, varicose veins, rashes, and related conditions. Additionally, calendula oil is a great moisturizer for dry skin and for severely chapped or split skin as it soothes the area and reduces the pain.

Fungal Infections: Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil has become one of the most popular personal care products in recent years as this multi-use product can be applied to the skin to treat a variety of infections. However, treating fungal infections of the nail (onychomycosis) is perhaps the most effective way to use tea tree oil as this product can efficiently reduce infection quickly.




27
MAR

What’s New? Via Nature

Filed Under: Beauty,Personal Care at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Via NatureLucky Vitamin is happy to introduce another top-quality brad of personal care products to our customers: Via Nature.

Via Nature combines cutting edge technology and the newest bioscience discoveries with natural ingredients to create products you and your loved ones can feel confident, safe, and beautiful using every day. The company understands what you feed your skin is as important as what you feed your body and your soul to create and maintain well-being.

Via Nature is the union of the best that science and nature have to offer. The company is proud to pair advanced scientific expertise with a deep respect and passion for natural ingredients to create a personal care line that fits with the environmentally and health-conscious lifestyle. Via Nature uses only sustainable and environment friendly resources and natural raw materials that meet premium body care standards.

Via Nature’s body care, facial care, hair care, essential oils and deodorant products are made from only the finest, natural ingredients to ensure the best results. All products are formulated to be seamlessly incorporated into your healthy daily practices. Via Nature believes that healthy, radiant skin is the basis of beauty and wellness. By developing good habits and using natural products, you can build a healthy foundation that will keep you and your skin happy for years to come.

Via Nature’s comprehensive line of natural products do not contain: Parabens, Phthalates, Petrochemicals, Artificial Fragrances, Propylene Glycol, Mineral Oil, Sulfates, Synthetic Dyes, Triclosan, EDTA, or Aluminum. The Via Nature choice is better beauty, health and well-being, living without harmful chemicals.

Click here to check out all Via Nature products at LuckyVitamin.com




20
MAR

Spring Beauty Sale – Fatal Attraction: Chemicals to avoid in your Cosmetics

Filed Under: Beauty,General Wellness & Wellbeing,Personal Care at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Toxic cosmetics

Cosmetics have been popular products for years but this attraction to beauty products may be risky. Many products contain hazardous chemicals ingredients that can be dangerous to your health. Here’s a list of 7 chemicals to avoid in your cosmetics.

1. Parabens: commonly used in makeup and listed as methyl, propyl, butyl and ethyl paraben, this toxic ingredient may interfere with hormone function and it has been associated with breast cancer. Found in nearly 90% of all products on the market, parabens are also used in lotions, scrubs, shampoos, and conditioners.

2. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES): used in cosmetics as a detergent, SLES can be contaminated with 1,4-dioxane, which may cause cancer, as well as a variety of other issues such as eye irritations, skin rashes, hair loss, scalp scurf similar to dandruff, and allergic reactions. Additionally, SLS may damage liver, and affect the respiratory tract.

3. Petrolatum: avoid this particular ingredient at all costs. Used in make-up products, lip balm, lipstick, and skin care products, petrolatum is a mineral oil jelly used as a barrier to lock moisture in the skin in a variety of moisturizers.  This chemical is derivative of petroleum and crude oil and it is known as an endocrine disruptor and a carcinogen. Healthy skin needs to take in oxygen and release carbon dioxide. Instead, this chemical may suffocate the skin.

4. Triclosan: Found in many cosmetic products including anti-bacterial soap, shampoo, facial cleanser, toothpaste and deodorant, triclosan has antibacterial, anti-fungal and antiviral properties. However, this chemical is a known endocrine and thyroid disrupter.

5. Siloxanes (Cyclomethicone): these silicone-based compounds are used in cosmetics and facial treatments to soften, smooth, and moisten but it may interfere with hormone function, impair human fertility, and damage the liver.

6. Polyethylene Glycol (PEGs): these petroleum-based compounds that are widely used in cosmetics as thickeners, solvents, softeners, and moisture-carriers. Commonly used as cosmetic cream bases, PEGs are easily absorbed through the skin and may be contaminated with 1,4-dioxane, which can cause cancer, as well as lead, nickel and arsenic.

7. Mineral Oil: often used in beauty treatments products, mineral oil is a petroleum by-product which may clog the pores and interferes with the skin’s ability to eliminate toxins, promoting acne and other disorders. It may slows down skin function and cell development, resulting in premature aging. Its solvent properties are used on cleansers to remove oil-based.




2
MAR

4 Great Uses for Beeswax

Filed Under: Beauty,Home,Personal Care at 7:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
BeeswaxBeeswax is an incredible natural substance that can be used in many different ways. Produced naturally by honey worker bees in bee hives, beeswax has non-allergenic properties that can make it a useful skin protection from various airborne allergies. Beeswax contains Vitamin A and provides long-term moisturizing, also offering slight anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities which can benefit the body. How can you add this amazing product into your life? Here are 4 great uses for beeswax.

1. Skin Moisturizer

Beeswax contains natural moisturizers that make it useful as a skin moisturizer. In fact, beeswax has the ability to lock in your skin’s natural moisture keeping the skin firm and plump, and the vitamins in beeswax can help protect and repair rough, dry, or chapped skin. This amazing product can also be applied to minor burns, skin cuts, scrapes, wounds, or other skin damage in order to help the skin heal. Beeswax can actually soothe easily irritated skin, making it one of the best skin care ingredients for those who suffer from allergies or other skin problems like rosacea or eczema.

2. Hair Products

A variety of hair products contain beeswax as an ingredient for a good reason. Beeswax has many of the same health benefits when applied to the hair as it does when rubbed into your skin. Beeswax not only moisturizes hair but it also keeps moisture from getting out of the hair. Plus, beeswax is used to naturally stimulate hair growth and is considered a great alternative product for those battling hair loss.

3. Lip Balm

One of the most popular uses for beeswax is lip balm products. Keep your lips moisturized with this natural protectant as beeswax acts as a layer of protection when applied to the lips, protecting the lips from environmental irritants and even the weather. Beeswax lip balm is one of the best ways to keep your lips from getting chapped during these cold, windy winter months.

4. Candles

Beeswax makes great natural candles and you can do it yourself too. Beeswax candles are free of toxic smoke and can spread the great, sweet smell of honey all around your home.




28
FEB

What’s New? MopTop

Filed Under: Beauty,Personal Care at 8:00 am | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
Mop Top

Lucky Vitamin is happy to introduce another premium brand of personal care products to our customers: MopTop.

MopTop is a natural hair line designed to help tame dry, frizzy, color, chemically treated hair without build up but with ease, leaving hair soft and curls defined. The company creates products that are useful for all hair types with a quality buyers can trust. MopTop products are designed to free your hair from frizz and let your natural curls shine. If you have dry, frizzy, unruly, color treated or chemically treated hair, you are going to love this line.

MopTop products are carefully formulated from all-natural ingredients and contains no sulfates, no insoluble silicones, no waxes, and most important, no parabens. This unique line of curl-loving products work with your hair’s characteristics to bring out its natural beauty. Founded in 2005, MopTop has inspired millions to discover confidence and natural beauty. With years of industry experience and research, MopTop understands and supports all aspects of the hair care experience including branding, creative, manufacturing, distribution, education, motivation, and the customer experience.

MopTop products have been featured on “Good Morning America’s” website and a televised “Good Afternoon America” segment, in modern Salon, CosmoGirl, InStyle, Southlake Style, Living, and many other publications. Several products have won the NaturallyCurly.com Editors Choice for 2013 and 2014.

Additionally, MopTop has created a entire line of personal care products for kids called Fuzzy Duck. Click here to check all Fuzzy Duck products at Lucky Vitamin.com.

Save even more when you shop MopTop products at LuckyVitamin.com. Just enter promo code ‘FEB15NEW15′ at checkout for an additional 15% on all products of this new brand.