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Making the Switch to an Organic September 34

There are several ways that people have to consider when taking that step to a more organic way of living—from adjusting what you eat, what you do, what you use, and even what you wear.

Cottonique’s Elite Plus Hypoallergenic Face Mask: A Mask Worthy of the Name 50

Cottonique takes the idea of mask-wearing up a notch with its newest addition to the roster of 100% organic cotton face masks. Enter the Elite Plus Hypoallergenic Face Mask: an epitome of comfortability, protection, and innovation.

Self-Care: 5 Helpful Tips For People With Eczema 1

With so many things happening around us all at once, we often forget to remind ourselves that self-care, even with eczema, remains an essential part of our lives. To help you check your physical and emotional barometer this Self-Care Awareness Month, we have put down 6 self-care tips to possibly help alleviate the agony of people with eczema. 

6 Useful Tips to Successful Breastfeeding for Nursing Moms 1

Some mothers develop contact dermatitis in their breasts during the early weeks of breastfeeding as their bodies adapt to frequent contact with a baby’s mouth. Oftentimes, women use pumping bras that can be detrimental to their skin without them knowing. But these hardships do not necessarily mean a mother has to stop breastfeeding.

Happy Undies Day! Upgrade Your Closet With Cotton Underwear 0

If you still put up with that ill-fitting bra copped from a 2-year-old shopping spree, then it's high time to overhaul your wardrobe. And with heatwaves baking the US this August, perhaps your sensitive areas could use some breathability and comfortability brought by cotton-made and allergy-free underwear.

Tattoo Ink Allergy: Think Before You Ink 1

Getting a tattoo is not a pain-free process and there are several risks to consider before subjecting your skin to a tattoo needle. Even if you choose a safe tattoo studio and an artist who uses a sterile needle, bad reactions can still occur right after you get a tattoo and even years later. Tattoo ink can potentially cause an allergic reaction which can then result to swelling, irritation, a rash, or some other skin problem, at or around the tattooed area.

Why You Need a Racerback Bra 0

A racerback bra is a must-have in any girl’s closet. It’s comfortable to wear and it works with a wide range of ensembles. It also suits a variety of breast sizes and shapes. Some racerback bras have other features, such as a clip or detachable straps that can be worn in different ways.

If you’re thinking about getting a racerback bra, we’ll help you decide by listing all the top benefits to this style that you need to know about.

The Best Hypoallergenic Clothes Come with these Criteria 2

If you're looking for the best hypoallergenic clothes chances are you’ll end up buying a pair of pure organic cotton clothes. Pure organic cotton is the best kind of material for people with sensitive skin or more specifically multiple chemical sensitivities (MCS). Not just because they’re softer than other fabrics, but pure organic cotton clothes have other features that make them the best hypoallergenic clothes and the criteria below are what give them that edge.

 

Organic Cotton Underwear is Good for the Planet 0

Organic cotton underwear is not just good for your private parts but it’s also good for the planet! The last thing we think about when it comes to underwear is its effect on the environment.

 

House Cleaning Tips to Keep Allergies at Bay 0

We list some tips to help you keep your house clean while keeping your allergies under control:

• Vacuum with a HEPA-filtered vacuum cleaner

HEPA stands for high-efficiency particulate air. This type of filter works by forcing air through a fine mesh that traps harmful particles such as pollen, pet dander, dust mites, etc.

• Declutter your home

Extra boxes and decoration act as wonderful vantage point for dust, mites, and roaches and you don’t want those in your home.

 

5 Easy Ways to Avoid Textile Dermatitis 0

 

Textile dermatitis is what happens when you experience a rash whenever you put on a wool sweater or a pair of jeans. The rashes occur in places of your body that’s covered with the fabric on your clothes and oftentimes the cause of these rashes are the synthetic fibers, dyes or other chemicals that are in the fabric.

5 Reasons Why You Should Get a Front-Closure Bra 0

Your bra wardrobe should be as diverse and dynamic as the rest of your wardrobe. If your bra wardrobe only consists of the traditional ones, maybe it’s time to add something new and exciting to your lingerie routine. Sure, you’re used to wearing traditional ones, but you really should give front-closure bras a chance.