Wednesday, 31 May 2017


10 health benefits that prove the power of kiwi fruits on our skin and bodies

Packed with more vitamin C than an equivalent amount of orange, the bright green flesh of the kiwifruit speckled with tiny black seeds adds a dramatic tropical flair to any fruit salad. 

The kiwifruit is a small fruit approximately 3 inches long and weighing about four ounces. Its green flesh is almost creamy in consistency with an invigorating taste reminiscent of strawberries, melons and bananas, yet with its own unique sweet flavor. 




http://remedydaily.com/2016/05/25/11-health-benefits-that-prove-the-power-of-kiwi-fruits-on-our-bodies/?src=fbfan_52174&t=fbsub_naturalremedies&rp=20170528

Monday, 8 May 2017

Sunscreen’s Impacts on the Environment and Our Health – Stream2Sea Answers, “What is Reef-Safe,” as the Only Mineral-Based Brand Tested and Proven Safe to Coral Larvae



Wauchula, FL, April 27, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Dr. Craig Down’s of Haereticus Laboratory
 conducted extensive research analyzing the impact of sunscreen products on coral
reef systems. His work, presented at the Coral Reef Symposium in Hawaii in June of 2016,
 brought researchers, formulators of personal care products, marine
biologists, and divers to a greater awareness of this growing concern. These findings, now well-documented, were a part of the impetus that motivated a group of Hawaiian legislators, including state Senator Will Espero to propose a bill which would ban products containing chemicals found to be harmful to coral reefs and marine life.

The chemical most often referenced in this list of chemicals is “Oxybenzone.” It has become the buzz word over the past several months in news reports and among producers of products that contain the UV inhibitor as an active ingredient. Publications continually surface with titles such as, “Is your sunscreen oxybenzone-free?” It is a benzophenone, an endocrine disruptor and has been proven time and time again, even in student science fair projects, to kill corals as well as sprouting plants, and is the most common UV inhibitor used in sunscreen formulations.

It is not, however, the only benzophenone on the block. There is another named, “Avobenzone,” which many companies use in an effort to state they are “oxybenzone free,” yet it also carries risks. It too
should be avoided in formulation and use. To be truly reef-friendly, other
ingredients to avoid include:

Octinoxate / Octyl methoxycinnamate
Homosalate
Octocrylene
Methylisothiazolinone
Cylcopentasiloxane / Cyclomethicone
Camphor Derivatives
Parabens
NANO particle Titanium Dioxide
NANO particle Zinc Oxide
Dispersions of zinc sometimes called ClearZinc as they May contain nano-particles,
 or micronized which can be agglomerated nano-particles

Mineral-based Stream2Sea sunscreen and body care products, are formulated
 by Autumn Blum, a cosmetic chemist and certified dive instructor who has been
 an ambassador to the oceans and marine life throughout her award-winning career.
 She created Stream2Sea specifically to protect the coral reefs, marine life, shore life,
waters (both fresh and salt) and the health of people.

During formulation it was her goal to prove, beyond a shadow of doubt that her
 products were truly safe in these environments. She began with formulations
 using popular natural standards and then submitted to third party testing.
For every formula that was found harmful, she went back to the drawing board
and started over. Not until she had products that were proven safe in an
 aquatic environment, safe to down to C.elegans and coral larvae and
readily biodegradable, did she release them.

Currently, Stream2Sea is the only mineral-based brand that has submitted
its products to this level of rigorous testing and standards. The health of the
planet is the primary concern for Stream2Sea, focusing much of their work,
research and efforts in clean-water standards, purity, and the understanding
 of water toxicity. Stream2Sea strongly believes that consumers have the right
 to know how the ingredients in the products they use can impact them and the
 world around them. They carry a policy of total-transparency in ingredient disclosure
 and packaging. They also package their products in sugar cane resin tubing to
 reduce their carbon footprint by avoiding petroleum-based plastics.

Stream2Sea’s concern for the environment extends to their employees as well,
wanting to work with individuals who have studies, work history or volunteer
 efforts towards environmental issues. Heather Lahey-Jeffries, Director of
 Consumer Outreach, has been invited to participate on a discussion panel
in Washington, DC on May 9, 2017 at the Blue Horizon Summit for sunscreen
and coral reefs. Her background in engineering working with water treatment
plants, power plants, public water and environmental writing opened the door
 for this honor. Other esteemed members of this panel include Dr. Craig Downs
and Joseph DiNardo, VP and Chief Scientific Officer of Priori.

Stream2Sea has set a new standard for EcoConscious sunscreen and skincare.
 Along with standard human safety and SPF tests, Stream2Sea products are
 proven to be biodegradable in both salt and fresh water. Formulated with
powerful antioxidant blends and certified non-nano titanium dioxide to protect
skin from sun damage. The product line includes sunscreens, conditioning
shampoo and body wash, leave-in conditioner, nourishing body lotion and
 lip balms. Stream2Sea products are currently available online at www.Stream2Sea.com
 or ask for them at your favorite health food store, dive shop or outdoor retailer.
 Connect with Stream2Sea on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube as
 @Stream2Sea or call (866) 960-9513.
Contact Information
Stream2Sea
Heather L Jeffries
863 473 4223
Contact
https://www.stream2sea.com

Friday, 5 May 2017

Neauvia Restore System

Neauvia Restore System -- Whitening Treatment (Second Session)
- Base Mask
- Active Vial P
- Systemic Vial HP
- Systemic Vial RG

Monday, 1 May 2017