If you suffer from mild acne, eczema or a similar skin condition, then being gentle with your skin and using a soft approach can be very effective.
Skin Problems? You’re Not Alone.
With around 60 million Americans suffering from acne, and 32 million people in the US experiencing symptoms of eczema – if you do have outbreaks yourself, then you’re not alone!
Always follow the advice of your doctor or healthcare provider about any treatment and products you may need for your own symptoms, but it’s worth thinking about how we wash our skin and more specifically, the water we shower and bathe in.
Water ionizers are something that we think of for adults, but can water ionizers make an impact on your kids’ overall health?
Summer is now close enough to touch. The air already carries the scent of sunscreen and kicked-off flip flops. Soon it will be thick with the tang of dropped ice cream on hot pavements and barbecue scents wafting through the air from your neighbor’s yard.
Water Ionizers to Help Kids Hydrate
We all need to drink more in hot weather. But kids, racing around with their friends, cycling, climbing and playing in the sun, often aren’t clued up enough about their hydration needs.