Summer is approaching, and that means more time outdoors and more skin exposed to the sun. Sunscreen is necessary to protect your skin from the sun. Here are the 10 things you need to know about sunscreen this summer.

The second you step off that treadmill or finish lifting those weights, it is time to think about your post-workout skincare routine. Taking a few minutes after your workout to follow these simple steps can help keep your complexion healthy and breakout free.

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Exercise is great for the skin. A good workout can give you a healthy glow, but it can also lead to skin problems if you don’t follow a good pre-workout skincare routine. Sweating on a regular basis is good for your mind and body but can potentially harm your skin if you don’t take the proper steps. Luckily, we have a simple pre-workout skincare routine you can follow to get all the glowing effects of a workout.

Celebrate Margarita Day with this delicious Goji Lemon Margarita Recipe! Get your Margarita on while also working on your skin by adding delicious vTrue Goji Lemon Radiance Water.

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Your normal approach to heart health probably revolves around eating healthy and exercising, which is a great plan but we don’t often think beyond the whole foods we eat and look at the individual nutrients and elements we consume. To have a holistic approach to heart health we need to look at the individual nutrients like Magnesium, that our body needs to keep our heart functioning at a healthy level.

heart healthy food February is American Heart Month, and we’re showing you the best foods to keep your heart healthy and beating strong. This is also the month of love, so commit to loving your body and incorporate these 5 foods into your diet.

healthy heart exercise An inactive lifestyle is a big risk factor for heart disease. Fortunately, this risk factor is a variable you can do something about. Exercising your heart means exercising your body. The following tips will help improve your heart health and overall well-being.