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Kahuna Temple Style Massage

Stacey Solah

Kahuna Temple Style Massage

Born out of Hawaii, Kahuna Temple Style Massage is a shamanic dance that not only eases physical tension, but also facilitates mental and emotional healing. Set apart from any other form of massage, the long strokes and continuous dance like flow over the whole body ensure the receiver loses track of what body part is being worked so that he/ she can mentally switch off and surrender to the massage. Using hands and forearms, the giver kneads the physical tension out of the body, while separating and lengthening the receivers muscles with varying tension and an all around, deeply relaxing treatment. To make an...


The Oil Cleansing Method

Stacey Solah

The Oil Cleansing Method

The Oil Cleansing Method, (OCM) is simple; rub oil on your face and behold a fresh, youthful complexion. Yes, oil and skin do mix, and they love each other! Millions of people have switched to the OCM, ditching the harsh, skin stripping cleansers that often do more harm than good, namely, accelerating the aging process. Eeeeep! If your cleanser makes your face feel tight or dry, then that is a big bowl of wrong, (not good). Conventional surfactant based cleansers remove dirt and build up, but can only do so by stripping skin of its natural oils and moisture; this...


Skin Care Creams vs Serums

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Skin Care Creams vs Serums

There are so many options when choosing skin care that it can be overwhelming and confusing as to what is actually necessary. I am going to provide a brief rundown on the differences between facial creams and serums, so you can understand what is best for you. Namely, the differences in physicality, the purpose of each of them and their ingredients. The most apparent difference is the look and feel of the product. A cream is thick and more full of body than the typical light serum. When applied to the face, a cream will feel thick and rich and...


Natural Skin Care & Why You Must Always Read the Back Label

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Natural Skin Care & Why You Must Always Read the Back Label

It is important more than ever to choose natural skin care products and personal care items. Common supermarket and department store brands are loaded with synthetic, harmful ingredients. There are approximately 82,000 ingredients used in personal care products, and US based research determined that 1 in 8 of those ingredients are industrial chemicals, including carcinogens, pesticides, reproductive toxins and hormone disruptors.* Most ingredients in the common department store skin care brands are not there to nourish and improve skin, but are there to formulate an aesthetically pleasing cream with an unnaturally long shelf life. Read the back label of a...