Pharmaca Blog

  • Easy DIY Pedicures

    80311_P_UncomplicatedSandal weather is here! And that means it’s time for perfectly pedicured feet and pretty polishes. Follow these simple, at-home steps for terrific-looking toes.

    Exfoliate for Smooth Skin Three Ways

    Soak & Scrub

    Flaky, dry skin is best removed with softening baths and exfoliating scrubs. First, soak your feet in warm water with Kneipp Healthy Feet Foot Bath Crystals that soothe and refresh with calendula and rosemary. Or, for a Cleopatra-style footbath, soak your feet for 20 minutes in a milk bath (lactic acid softens feet), using one cup of milk for every 6 cups of warm water. Next, rinse and buff skin with an exfoliation scrub. Kiss My Face Foot Scrub blends zesty organic peppermint leaf extract, sunflower oil, pumice and finely ground walnut shells to smooth skin.

    Peel

    To bring fresh baby-soft skin to the surface on very rough feet, try a peeling product that gently dissolves dead skin cells. Customer-favorite Baby Foot Deep Skin Exfoliation for Feet uses natural fruit acids to break apart dead skin cells and highly moisturizing plant extracts to keep your soles smooth after peeling. After the initial 1 hour application process, peeling starts in 3-7 days and complete peeling takes up to 2 weeks.

    File

    Built-up calluses can easily be removed with foot files. Microplane Foot File has a wide paddle style blade that safely smoothes away dead skin, and works best on dry feet, no soaking needed.

    Use the Right tools for Shaping

    To keep nails healthy and prevent ingrown toenails, trim straight across with an extra sharp clipper like the Tweezerman Power Nail Clipper, then shape and round slightly at the corners with a nail file. Choose a file with a medium grit (amount of abrasive material) such as Pharmaca Nail File Yellow Mylar Medium Grit for shaping, and a fine grit like Pharmaca Nail File 2-Way Pink Fine & Extra Fine Grits for smoothing edges and buffing out ridges.

    Moisturize and Treat Your Feet

    Keep your feet smooth and moisturized with ultra-nourishing foot creams like Desert Essence Organic Foot Repair Cream Pistachio that hydrates with pistachio nut oil, shea butter and macadamia seed oil. If your day involves hiking boots instead of pretty sandals, try Fieldworks Supply Company Feet of Endurance Protective Foot Balm, rich in arnica to relieve swelling and bentonite clay to wick moisture and toxins away from the skin. To keep feet fresh and deodorized, check out Badger Foot Balm with anti-bacterial tea tree, eucalyptus and rosemary essential oils.

    Polish like a Pro

    Summer is the perfect time to experiment with fun polish colors, from beachy pastels to shiny metallics. Get in the mood with the SpaRitual Gathering Collection inspired by summer, with six rich shades to choose from. Or go bright and sparkly with Deborah Lippmann Candy Shop, a bubblegum pink glittery color or Mermaid’s Dream, a shimmery seafoam aqua color. To be totally on trend, try SpaRitual Fall in Love, an earthy red-brown color that matches Pantone Color of the Year 2015, Marsala.

  • Coffee: Why You Should Pour Yourself a Cup of Joe

    WarmTEaIs waking up with freshly brewed java the way you kick start your day? Besides the burst of energy it provides, you can feel good about a whole host of benefits coffee gives us.

    Drink to lower your risk of Type 2 Diabetes.

    Coffee, especially fresh-brewed, is full of disease-preventing antioxidants, and it’s high in magnesium, riboflavin and chromium too. This potent package has been shown to lower the risk of type 2 diabetes by up to 11% and help control blood sugar levels. The studies show the more you drink (up to 6 cups a day) the lower the risk.

    Drink to protect your brain.

    Researchers have proven that you can lower your risk of developing neurological conditions like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and stroke by drinking two to three cups of caffeinated coffee a day. In fact, those who drink coffee regularly, from midlife on, have a 65% less chance of developing dementia in later life.

    Drink to protect your arteries.

    Drinking 3 to 5 cups of coffee a day is a good way to keep your arteries clear. A study published in the medical journal Heart says that calcium buildup in arteries was less in healthy individuals who drank black coffee compared to non-coffee drinkers, possibly lowering the risk of future heart disease.

    Drink to prevent cancer.

    Coffee has been linked to lower cancer levels, especially liver and endometrial cancers, says the American Institute for Cancer Research. The laboratory research continues into how and why coffee helps prevent cancer but coffee compounds chlorogenic acid (a powerful antioxidant) and lignans (these cause abnormal cells to self-destruct) are believed to be part of the answer.

    Drink to prevent cavities.

    A compound in black coffee works to prevent cavities by keeping the cavity-causing bacteria S.mutans from adhering to tooth enamel. And freshly roasted caffeinated coffee, decaffeinated or even instant gives us the same benefits, but it only prevents cavities if you leave out the cream and sugar.

    Black is better.

    When it comes to health benefits we’re talking black coffee with less than 5 calories, not a sugar-laden whipped caramel mocha that can easily have a whopping 500+ calories. With the wide variety of fresh roasted beans that are now available, you can taste the pure essence of the roasted bean when it’s not masked with sugar or cream and find your favorite underlying notes like fruit, nuts or chocolate.

    Support fair trade, sustainable and organic farming.

    We can aid farmers in developing nations by choosing fair trade coffee that’s ethically produced. Fair trade guarantees farmers a fair minimum price for their coffee and links them directly to importers (bypassing costly middlemen) helping farmers earn better incomes. Fair trade certified coffee farmers commit to environmental standards too, like protecting water resources, restricting pesticides and banning GMOs. Farmers are given resources for switching to safe environmental and organic growing practices, and so far more than half have successfully made the changes necessary for fully organic farming.

  • The Environmental Working Group’s Guide to Sunscreen Safety

    SunCare4-ArticleDid you know there’s a non-profit research organization that is completely dedicated to protecting our health and the environment? The Environmental Working Group (EWG) does just that by telling us what we need to know about skincare product safety, food additives, pesticides and all-around clean living. This year, their diligent analysts rated over 1,700 sunscreens and SPF moisturizers for safety and effectiveness.

    Here’s what they had to say about the best ones for you and your family.

    How EWG Rates Sunscreens

    EWG determines the top-rated sunscreens by analyzing how well they protect us and the safety of listed ingredients. Two-thirds of the score is based on a product’s UV protection and stability, and one-third on toxicity concerns of ingredients. Product ratings are from 0-10, specifically 0-2 (low hazard), 3-6 (moderate hazard) and 7-10 (high hazard).

    Minerals vs. Chemicals and Vitamin A

    When it comes to ingredients, EWG studies the latest research to see how ingredients impact our bodies. In the case of sunscreens, the sun’s damaging rays are blocked with minerals like zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, or with chemical filters like avobenzone and oxybenzone. EWG recommends mineral-based sunscreens because they are more stable, last longer and don’t penetrate the skin like chemical-based sunscreens (some of which, like oxybenzone, are suspected hormone-disruptors). And be on the lookout for added Vitamin A, listed as retinol or retinyl palmitate. EWG says this common anti-aging ingredient speeds up the development of cancerous skin tumors when exposed to sunlight, so save Vitamin A products for nighttime use.

    Top Picks & Why We Love Them

    For Kids

    (EWG doesn’t recommend using sunscreens on infants under 6 months of age)

    ThinkBaby SPF 50+ (EWG rating 1) Organic, non-nano zinc oxide, non-aerosol, no chemical UV absorbers with super skin-protecting anti-oxidants cranberry and raspberry oil.

    TruKid Sunny Days Face and Body Stick SPF30 (EWG rating 1) Easy to use and carry, a roll-on sunscreen that’s water-resistant.

    For Athletes (or extended time outdoors)

    Badger Sport Sunscreen Cream SPF 35 (EWG rating 1) Water and sweat resistant, unscented and environmentally friendly; it’s biodegradable, safe for coral reefs and comes in a BPA and phthalate-free tube.

    Alba Botanica Very Emollient Sport Sunscreen SPF 45 (EWG rating 2) Water-resistant and skin nourishing with aloe vera, calendula, lavender, grape seed and green tea extracts.

    For Bodies (everyday coverage)

    DeVita Solar Body Moisturizer SPF30+ (EWG rating 1) Non-greasy and easily absorbed, it revitalizes skin with anti-aging vitamins and botanicals like vitamin E, Japanese green tea, rose hips and seaweed extract.

    Alba Botanica Mineral Sunblock SPF30 (EWG rating 2) Lightweight and moisturizing with jojoba oil, green tea and lavender, it hydrates and protects skin.

    For Faces (with extra benefits)

    Supergoop Daily Correct CC Cream SPF35 (EWG rating 2) Provides sun protection and anti-inflammatory anti-oxidants in a lightweight, color-correcting cream that comes in two shades.

    Jane Iredale Glow Time Full Coverage Mineral BB Cream SPF25 (EWG rating 2) Goes on smoothly for a dewy, radiant finish with excellent coverage in eight easy-to-match shades.

    Juice Beauty Tinted Mineral Moisturizer SPF30 (EWG rating 1) Zinc oxide-based with skin-saving botanicals like aloe, white grape juice and cucumber extract.SunCare4-Article

    <p class=”italic”> Speak with a Pharmaca practitioner for your health and beauty questions. </p>

  • Herbalist’s Spotlight: What supplements does our lead practitioner recommend for men?

    SunCare2-ArticleEvery day at Pharmaca, our health care practitioners recommend natural remedies for customers from all walks of life. We asked experienced herbalist Matthew B. to share his favorite supplements for men.

     Pure Encapsulations Phyto-ADR

    “I recommend this as a restorative tonic. The adoptogens in this vegetarian formulation provide comprehensive support for the adrenal glands, promoting physiological balance and improving resistance to stress. Who doesn’t need that?”

    Jarrow Prostate Optimizer

    “As men get older, this supplement—which is formulated with natural extracts and necessary fatty acids—becomes important for optimal prostate function and urinary flow.”

    Thorne Vitamin D (5,000 IU)

    “What I like about this particular Vitamin D supplement is that it’s the right dose and not a dangerous dose. It also has no hidden ingredients like lactose, BHT, BHA, sodium benzoate and sorbic acid, which can be detrimental to people with sensitivities.”

    Metagenics Highly Absorbable Magnesium Glycinate

    “For muscle tension and insomnia—another common complaint for men—I recommend magnesium glycinate. Not only is it highly absorbable, it’s not dependent on stomach acid for absorption, which means you won’t experience loose stools.”

    Natura InflamAway

    “Just the thing for weekend warriors and serious athletes. One of my favorites for inflammation, swelling and pain from physical trauma, InflamAway works at the cellular level to assist in the removal of damaging toxins and help balance the body’s inflammatory processes.”

     

  • 10 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Exercise

    600-03017958We all know the benefits of exercise: stress relief, weight loss, more energy.

    But some days, you need some extra motivation to keep moving. We’ve got you covered.

    1. Make it fun! Find something you enjoy doing. Dancing, swimming, walking—it doesn’t have to be the latest workout craze. What’s important is that you keep working out, in whatever way works for you.
    2. Get online support. These days, there are lots of monthly challenges you can get in on like DietBet or Daily Endorphin. A group to check in with keeps you accountable.
    3. Find a workout partner. Bonus: walking with a friend burns calories and lets you catch up on the neighborhood news at the same time.
    4. Pay a personal trainer. Paying a trainer can motivate you to show up to your scheduled workouts like nothing else.
    5. Sign up for an exercise class. It’s harder to slack off when you’re in a room full of people.
    6. Break it up. Tell yourself you only have to exercise for 10 minutes. You may find you want to keep going. If not, you can do a couple more mini-sessions during the day, instead of one long workout.
    7. Make it convenient. Online exercise videos are handy when you don’t have time to drive 20 minutes to the gym.
    8. Set a goal. It doesn’t have to be for weight loss. Why not see if you can reduce your waist measurement or work out three days every week?
    9. Track your progress. Recording your workouts—either online, through an app or in an old-fashioned journal—is a proven way to make you want to keep going.
    10. Reward yourself for working out. Choose rewards like a new outfit, a massage or special body scrub. You deserve it!

     

  • Secrets for Super Creamy, Nutrient-Packed Smoothies

    Pharmaca SUper Chia Seecsd Stuck in a smoothie-making rut? Take your usual protein shake to the next level by adding nutrient-dense superstars like chia seeds, flaxseed or coconut oil. To up the nutrition level while keeping the smooth in your smoothie, be sure to follow the blending tips below.

    Chia Seeds

    With their mild, nutty flavor chia seeds are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, and just 2 tablespoons can provide 10 grams of fiber. Chia seeds also contain protein and minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium and zinc.

    Tip: To improve digestibility, soak the chia seeds in water for 10 to 15 minutes—save time by storing ready-to blend chia seed gel (one part chia seed to one part water) in the fridge for a few weeks.

    Coconut Oil

    The naturally found medium chain triglycerides (MCTs) in coconut oil are metabolized by the liver, making them a favorite of athletes or anyone looking for a quick energy boost. Research has shown that MCTs may also suppress appetite and slow down accumulation of fat in the body over time.

    Tip: To prevent coconut oil from clumping in your smoothies, always add it before you add any cold ingredients. Start with the coconut oil, next add protein or vitamin powders and finish with any ice or frozen fruit.

    Flaxseed

    An excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, flaxseed is also the number one whole-food source of lignans, a phytonutrient associated with prolonged survival in cancer patients. Unlike flaxseed oil, ground flaxseed offers some additional protein and soluble fiber.

    Tip: To unlock all of flaxseed’s nutritional benefits, be sure to use ground flaxseed. Purchase it pre-ground or grind it yourself at home.

  • Why Plant Stem Cells Should be in your Skin Care Products

    featIMGWe know natural botanical extracts in our skincare products provide a whole host of beauty benefits. But did you know that the stem cells from certain botanicals can be significantly more effective at reducing the signs of aging than the plant extract alone?

    Here’s what you need to know about these microscopic powerhouses.

    Stem cells give you just what you need

    Unlike other cells that have a specific purpose (i.e. a brain cell is specialized for the brain), stem cells are able to develop into many different types of cells, based on which type of cells they are near. For example, stem cells applied to the skin can generate new skin cells that repair and replace cells that have been damaged by sun exposure, environmental toxins, injury or disease. And these new cells keep dividing, producing even more healthy cells to replace lost, damaged or dying skin cells.

    Mighty plants with powerful stem cells

    Researchers have found that our own human stem cells can be protected and activated by plant stem cells. Combining the natural healing power in botanicals with stem cell technology, skin scientists have been working diligently to discover which plants provide the best results. We now know that there are certain plant superstars with proven restorative abilities like increasing collagen, boosting antioxidant protection and locking in hydration.

    Edelweiss

    This tiny white flower grows in harsh mountain climates from the Alps to the Himalayas and it has developed powerful anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that let it thrive in these environments where UV radiation levels are high. Edelweiss cells contain anti-oxidants leontopodic and chlorogenic acids, proven to firm skin and prevent collagen loss, making wrinkles noticeably less visible. You can find Edelweiss plant stem cells in MyChelle Fabulous Eye Cream, along with super hydrating hyaluronic acid that locks in moisture. Edelweiss stem cells are combined with anti-inflammatory coneflower and collagen-boosting pennywort in Intelligent Nutrients Renewal Complex Plant Stem Cell Science Target Treatment, a daily serum that repairs stretch marks and scarring, and reduces wrinkles and age spots.

    Swiss Apples

    A rare, almost extinct, sour apple found in Switzerland caught the attention of scientists when they discovered the apple’s ability to self-repair damage to its skin and last for months without withering. This fruity fountain of youth’s stem cells have been cultured and can be found in products that repair skin damage from aging. Our dark spots and wrinkles can be significantly lessened with MyChelle Apple Brightening Serum which stimulates new healthy skin cells. For treatment and coverage, Juice Beauty Stem Cellular Repair CC Cream combines apple, grape (another super anti-oxidant) and lemon stem cells with a color-correcting tinted moisturizer to revive aging skin and even skin tone.

    Argan

    Stem cells from the roots of the healing Argan tree found in Morocco stimulate our own skin stem cells to replace sun damaged, pigmented skin. All skin types can benefit from Acure’s Argan Stem Cell & Chlorella Growth Factor Cell Stimulating Facial Mask with stem cell technology, collagen-boosting green algae (chlorella), moisturizing sea buckthorn oil and detoxifying French green clay.

    <p class=”italic”>Speak with a Pharmaca practitioner about your healthy and beauty questions.</p>

     

     

  • Tea Up for Health

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    Green, black, white, oolong or pu-erh, whatever your taste preference, these traditional teas from the Camellia sinesis plant deliver a potent brew of health benefits. Scientists have shown that tea can help our heart, reduce cancer risks and protect us against sun damage thanks to powerful compounds found in the leaves. Each tea’s characteristics depend on when the leaves are picked and if they are allowed to wither or turn black, a process called oxidation. White and green teas come from shoots and leaves that are not yet oxidized and retain the most beneficial anti-oxidant properties. Oolong, black or pu-erh tea are oxidized and have higher caffeine levels. Here’s why a cuppa should be a part of your daily routine.

    White tea comes from the young shoots of the tea plants and is the most delicate tasting, caffeine-free tea.

    Health Benefit: White tea is a good germ fighter, especially for bacteria that causes strep, pneumonia and tooth infections.

    Try: Teatulia Organic White Tea Pyramid bags for a mild tea with peachy notes.

    Green tea is a light tasting tea from green leaves of the plant that are heated to stop oxidation.

    Health Benefits: An anti-oxidant compound in green tea called EGCG can dramatically slow the growth of cancerous tumors.   When a protein found on the surface of cancer cells is treated with tea’s EGCG, the cancer cells growth is significantly reduced. Drinking just 2 or 3 cups a day produces anticancer effects, especially in lung, breast and prostate cancer. Green tea also helps make your skin more resistant to ultraviolet radiation from the sun. The tea reduces inflammation caused by damaging sun rays, keeping wrinkles in check.

    Try: Teatulia Organic Green Tea Pyramid bags with whole green leaves and a tea bud for maximum antioxidants.

    Oolong tea is partially oxidized and medium-bodied falling somewhere between a green tea and a black tea in taste and caffeine levels.

    Health Benefit: Oolong tea lowers our LDL (bad) cholesterol levels and prevents arteries from clogging.

    Black tea is made from fully oxidized leaves that have turned dark and it’s favored for its robust flavor.

    Health Benefit: Studies have shown that women who regularly drink black tea have a much lower risk of ovarian cancer.

    Try: Republic of Tea Biodynamic Organic Darjeeling Black Tea with rich, dark grape notes.

    Pu-erh tea is a very dark, aged tea, fully oxidized for a strong, earthy taste with high caffeine levels.

    Health Benefit: Pu-erh has been shown to reduce high cholesterol levels due to a natural form of lovastatin that’s found in the tea.

    Tea for two or to go? A tea tasting is the perfect way to experience the subtleties of various teas. Tea Forte Rare Imperial Tea Gift Set offers different six limited edition teas, a proper artisan-crafted cast-iron teapot for brewing and two traditional sipping cups. Pharmaca’s Triple Insulated Hot and Cold Beverage Bottle with Tea Strainer keeps tea warm for 8 hours, a great way to keep sipping throughout the day.

  • 5 Steps to Beautiful Hair

    BathTowelWe’ve all heard the hair care mantra: lather, rinse, repeat. But the right techniques—and products—can make the difference between having a good hair day and hiding your hair in a scrunchie and baseball cap.

    Here are 5 easy steps to get the best results for your hair (and some Pharmaca favorites to try)

    1. Cleanse

    Beautiful hair starts with knowing how often your hair and scalp need cleansing.

    Fine, limp hair tends to absorb oils from your scalp more noticeably and may need daily shampooing. Look for balancing shampoos that gently cleanse with clarifying ingredients like citrus, mint or tea. (John Masters Spearmint and Meadowsweet Scalp Stimulating Shampoo)

    Dry or color-treated hair needs shampooing only every two or three days to keep it from being stripped of natural oils or color processes. Look for moisturizing shampoos with nurturing botanical oils like avocado or argan. (Andalou Naturals Moisture Rich Shampoo)

    Naturally curly hair may be shampooed just a few times a week with products that coat hair strands to avoid breakage, minimize frizz and enhance shine. Shampoos with natural softeners like coconut oil or smoothing keratin proteins work best. (Giovanni 2chic Ultra-Sleek Shampoo)

    And to prolong a blowout or touch up your hair after the gym, dry shampoo a terrific on-the-go option. (Klorane Dry Shampoo or Acure Dry Shampoo)

    2. Condition

    Conditioners restore hair and infuse it with targeted ingredients that make it soft and manageable. But don’t overdo it; apply the conditioner to the bottom half of your hair first, then comb it through.

    Fine hair benefits from added volume, so look for products with body-building plant proteins like barley or soy. (Mineral Fusion Volumizing Conditioner)

    Dry or color-treated hair needs protection from the sun’s color-fading UV rays and natural botanicals like avocado oil to moisturize. (ShiKai Color Reflect Intensive Repair Conditioner)

    Curly hair looks best with shiny, defined curls so a leave-in conditioner that tames frizzy strands is the right choice. (John Masters Lavender and Avocado Intensive Conditioner)

    3. Towel Dry

    Wet hair is fragile and can be easily damaged with excessive rubbing or twisting. Friction from cotton towels can cause split ends, breakage and even thinning. And because wet hair takes longer to dry, it’s exposed to more damaging heat from your blow dryer.

    To combat this, look for towels created especially for drying hair—they can wick excess water away without friction or tugging, and ultimately, dry hair much more quickly. The Aquis Essential Hair Towel or Turban, made with ultrafine microfibers, cuts drying time in half and can prevent hair damage. Plus, they’re super light-weight and ideal for travel or camping.

    4. Treat

    Occasionally, your hair may need extra help with targeted treatments. Need moisture? Get deep hydration with rich cocoa butter. Try Alba Botanica Hawaiian Deep Conditioning Minute Mask or John Masters Argan Oil.

    Thinning Hair? Chinese herbs and fruit stem cells work directly on hair follicles to encourage growth in Peter Lamas Chinese Herbs Regenerating Scalp Serum.

    Itchy scalp? Dr. Hauschka Strengthening Hair Treatment calms irritation with neem and chamomile.

    5. Style

    Finishing touches will give your style staying power. For extreme control, or in high humidity, rub a small amount of Max Alchemy MGA Scalp Rescue Sculpting Gel in your hands and work throughout your hair.

    And for more pliable hold and texture, MOP Orange Peel Molding Cream is an ideal choice for shaping your hair while adding a bit of shine.

    <p class=”italic”>Questions about hair care? Speak with a Pharmaca practitioner to find out how to keep your tresses healthy, manageable and beautiful. </p>

  • Why We Love Sea Buckthorn—and its Omega-7—for Beautiful Skin

    PrettySkinWhether you apply it topically or add it to your diet, there’s a lot to love about these tiny, bright orange berries. Valued for their healing properties for centuries and packed with omega-7, sea buckthorn has become the latest sought-after ingredient in the quest for glowing, healthy skin.

    “I recommend Sea Buckthorn for all sorts of skin issues,” explains Pharmaca esthetician Leah Benyamin. “It’s particularly helpful in keeping your skin hydrated, and unlike other oils, it’s not inflammatory.”

    Sea Buckthorn oil, which is made by squeezing the small berries through a press, is a true skin multi-tasker, according to Benyamin. For oily skin types, it can help balance and reduce the skin’s oil production. And for aging skin types, it can help repair damage from free radicals and help diminish hyperpigmentation.

    With an array of skin-beneficial vitamins, Sea Buckthorn berries contain three times the vitamin A of carrots and 10 times the vitamin C of oranges. And it’s one of the few plants to offer both ascorbic acid (water-soluble vitamin C) and ascorbyl palmiate (fat-soluble vitamin C), which means it’s better absorbed than ascorbic acid alone.

    Second only to wheat germ as a source of vitamin E, Sea Buckthorn is also a rich source of beta carotene, as you can tell by its bright orange color. And because it’s also high in antioxidants, many people drink it as a juice or take it as a supplement, according to Benyamin, who is also an herbalist and certified nutrition consultant.

    To get glowing, healthy skin from the inside out, consider incorporating some of Benyamin’s favorite Sea Buckthorn products into your daily diet and beauty routine.

    Evan Healy Sea Algae Serum

    Sea buckthorn oil, seaweed, algae and CO Q-10 combine for a silky, sheer firming treatment designed to nourish skin damaged by sun, pollutants, aging or inflammation.

    Genesis Today Organic Sea Buckthorn Liquid

    With a tongue-tingling, slightly sour flavor, this juice is the world's first 100% pure, unfiltered, undiluted sea buckthorn berry juice with 30,000 mg of sea buckthorn in every fluid ounce.

    Weleda Sea Buckthorn Body Oil

    With oil from both the Sea Buckthorn berry and seed, this intensive moisturizing body oil is packed with essential fatty acids that replenish vital moisture, while pro-vitamin A and vitamin E soften and protect your skin.

    New Chapter Supercritical Omega-7

    Often recommended for great skin, this supplement also said to promote a healthy digestive system and provide respiratory support.

    <p class=”italic”>Speak with a Pharmaca practitioner about your health and beauty questions.</p>

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