- What is eczema?
- What is Fulvic Acid?
- Fulvic Acid and How it Helps Eczema
- Steroids and Long Term Side Effects
- What is special about Molecule 32’s Fulvic Acid (Polyfulmate)?
- Fulvic Acid, More Than Skin Deep
- Fulvic Acid and Anti-Aging
- Night Time Effects of Eczema
- Fulvic Acid - Beyond skincare
- Seasonal Skincare
- Getting Your Daily Dose of Fulvic Acid
- April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month
- Working out with Eczema
- The Truth About Parabens
- What are Phthalates?
- What is Jojoba Oil?
- What is Cetearyl Alcohol?
- What is Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs)
AHAs are basically plastered all over everywhere you go, and it all sounds good, but do you REALLY know what it is? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you all about it!
We often hear that alcohol is bad for you. But, if you ever looked at the ingredient list on the back of your skincare or personal care products, you will find that most of them contain “Cetearyl Alcohol.” It sounds a little intimidating but is it really?
Other than the fact that "jojoba" is fun to say, what do we really know about jojoba oil? Today, we’re going to dig into jojoba oil a bit more on our third blog of the ingredient series.
Phthalates are literally found everywhere but if you can't even pronounce it, do you know how they impact your health? 4 minute read
In the skincare and beauty community, we have all accepted that parabens are bad without knowing much about them. Don’t worry, we did a little leg work to find out what parabens actually are and why boycotting them is the best for us.
For all the reasons why exercise is good for you, it can also be painful if you have eczema.
We want to take a little break of talking about health and skincare to focus on a special matter. April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month. We want to take this opportunity and use our voice to encourage consumers to be conscious and pay extra attention to products that may test animals.
Current farming processes poses to be a problem and can make it difficult to integrate fulvic acid into most of our diets, but don’t worry, there are still ways to get your daily dose of fulvic!
Have you ever notice a product that you swear by doesn't seem to be working as well as it should when the seasons change? What most people don’t realize is that if you live in an area with seasons, you may need to make small adjustments to your skincare based on the time of year.
We have talked a lot about skincare and fulvic acid. But did you know that fulvic acid can also help to give you full, healthy and beautiful hair?