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Why You Should Be Exfoliating

  THE BENEFITS OF ORGANIC EXFOLIATORS + A DIY SEA SALT FOOT SCRUB TUTORIAL   Functions of your skin Why and how to exfoliate the skin  What type of natural body scrub to use DIY sea salt foot scrub tutorial A turbulent couple of months has left our bodies in need of some well-deserved TLC. While the shelter-in-place order puts off spa-going, our Spa and Wellness consultant Patti Coughlin has put together a comprehensive guide to natural exfoliation and included a bonus DIY spa-at-home sea salt foot scrub tutorial - offering your feet relief while providing collateral [READ MORE...]

2020-08-26T18:13:40-07:00May 13th, 2020|Safer At Home|Comments Off on Why You Should Be Exfoliating

Summer Skin and Organic Coconut Oil

Get your skin ready for summer with Organic Fiji! All our products are made with organic, cold-pressed, virgin coconut oil, a perfect organic ingredient for your summer skin! Coconut Oil Organic coconut oil is a great ingredient to be using this summer! All our products contain coconut oil which is not only USDA certified organic, but has also been cold pressed to retain all its natural goodness. It has so many benefits, the list is seemingly endless. Coconut oil can moisturize, soothe, treat, heal and more! It is the [READ MORE...]

2020-05-19T10:41:08-07:00May 12th, 2020|Skin|0 Comments

DIY Hand and Arm Massage

  SELF-CARE DURING QUARANTINE:A DIY HAND AND ARM MASSAGE YOU CAN PERFORM AT HOME   Safer at Home: a DIY hand and arm massage you can perform at home during quarantine  What you will need for your DIY hand & arm massage Your step by step tutorial for your DIY hand & arm massage Why we are missing touch during quarantine During this time of social distancing most of us are feeling the need for calm connection and touch. We are here to walk you through a fun and relaxing [READ MORE...]

2020-08-26T18:14:39-07:00April 28th, 2020|Safer At Home|Comments Off on DIY Hand and Arm Massage

Earth Day 2020

  8 INGREDIENTS IN YOUR SKINCARE PRODUCTS THAT ARE HURTING THE EARTH   Earth Day 2020 - Safer at Home Is your skincare regime hurting the Earth? 8 Ingredients in your skincare that are not eco-friendly Tips for switching to eco-friendly skincare Coming together to help the Earth, even during quarantine Earth Day 2020 Like all major events, Earth Day looks different for us this year due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Earth Day is all about taking positive action to create positive change, but we are all feeling [READ MORE...]

2020-08-26T18:14:59-07:00April 21st, 2020|Safer At Home|Comments Off on Earth Day 2020

DIY Skin Care Face Masks

  SAFER AT HOME SPA DAYS   Safer at Home Spa Days: DIY, Organic Coconut Oil Face Masks with Patti  Spa days are now safer at home. Make an easy DIY face mask with our spa and wellness correspondent Patti.  Explore the fresh ingredients you have at home, so many benefits! Source, mix and enjoy! Your local spa may be closed due to the current pandemic, but we are here to help you bring those pampering and health promoting spa and beauty treatments right to the comfort of your [READ MORE...]

2020-08-26T18:15:46-07:00April 7th, 2020|Safer At Home|Comments Off on DIY Skin Care Face Masks

The Science Behind Soap

THE SCIENCE BEHIND SOAP The Science Behind Soap - Quick reference:  Washing your hands with soap prevents the spread of viruses. It is hard to break up viral particles, but it can be done with soap. We touch our faces... a lot.Water isn't enough - we need soap because it dissolves the glue that holds a virus together.Hand sanitizer is helpful, but nothing beats soap! At the molecular level soap works to break things apart, but at a societal level, it holds everything together. We have a social responsibility to wash our [READ MORE...]

2020-05-24T20:23:00-07:00April 6th, 2020|Safer At Home|Comments Off on The Science Behind Soap

Eczema and Psoriasis Treatment with Organic Coconut Oil

Coconut oil and your skin conditions Eczema and psoriasis are two notorious skin conditions that cause discomfort to their victims. As far as their respective pathophysiologic processes are concerned, both of the conditions cause significant inflammation. Although both conditions seem interchangeable, eczema presents itself with red and oozing bumps—encompassing many more inflammatory skin diseases, while the hallmark sign of psoriasis is the development of red skin with white and scale patches. Upon diagnosis, the management of these conditions has to be prioritized. Commercially prepared medications are readily available, but [READ MORE...]

2020-05-14T20:51:32-07:00March 1st, 2020|Skin|0 Comments

Naturally Healthy Skin This Winter

Winter Is Coming Winter, the time of snowy wonderlands, Santa’s sleigh tracks, playing on the slopes, hot chocolate with marshmallows and snowball fights! But, as the temperature drops and we enter the colder months your skin can start to suffer. Winter can dry out your skin, imbalance your complexion, leave your lips cracked and enhance the tenderness of certain skin conditions. Organic Fiji has some natural, soothing tips and ideas on how to combat the cold weather problems with the natural goodness of organic coconut oil. Cold Weather Problems - [READ MORE...]

2020-05-14T20:32:34-07:00February 25th, 2020|Skin|0 Comments

Be Less Cliche This V-Day

Learn how to set yourself apart from nearly 75% of Valentine’s Day shoppers this year. It’s no secret that on Valentine’s Day millions of Americans head out to the florists to get that all-important bouquet of fresh roses for their loved one. Usually, it’s men buying flowers for women, due to traditions some might view as dated or old-fashioned. Flowers Are Far From Original Flowers are great, don’t get us wrong. So is organic dark chocolate, which is both delicious and decent for you (dark chocolate can potentially help [READ MORE...]

2020-05-20T20:47:05-07:00February 8th, 2018|Coconut Oil FAQs|Comments Off on Be Less Cliche This V-Day

Coconut Oil for Cellulite

WHAT IS CELLULITE?  Before we discuss the topic of coconut oil for cellulite, let's break down what cellulite actually is. Cellulite is stubborn hypodermic fat which causes dimpling of the skin. A thin layer of fat beneath the skin pushes against connective tissue, causing the skin to gather and create the appearance of bumps and dents. Studies have shown that the severity of your cellulite could depend on elements such as your genes, your exercise regime, your diet, toxin levels and more. But don’t fret, we also have a tropical tip up our sleeves to [READ MORE...]

2020-05-14T22:32:41-07:00January 12th, 2017|Skin|0 Comments
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