If you reside in a region where the winter season brings frigid temperatures, dry and cracked skin likely isn’t a new concept. In fact, it’s likely more normal than abnormal, depending where you live. Here in Canada, dry skin throughout the winter is a pretty common occurrence. For me, personally, my hands seem to take … More Here’s how to make your own foot mask at home
Frostbite, as we all know, is no joke. Frostbite occurs when the skin and underlying tissue becomes frozen, typically affecting the fingers, toes, ears, nose, chin and cheeks. When someone has frostbite, the skin becomes extremely cold and red, and soon turns numb, firm and pale. I would imagine anyone who has ever experienced frostbite … More Say goodbye to frostbite with this innovative spray
Winter coats are a must for any Canadian. They’re a must for anyone who lives in a chilly region, but here in Canada, it can get pretty damn frosty, so a warm, reliable winter coat is essential. A lot of winter coats nowadays are filled with either plastics or animal materials. We arguably don’t give … More Have you heard of wildflower-filled winter coats?
I like to think I have a relatively strong immune system. I don’t get sick often, and I haven’t been sick for a couple of years, actually. That is, until last week. Although I don’t get sick often, I will say that when I do, it hits me like a brick wall, and I tend … More How to beat the bugs this winter