Stop Grinding Teeth & Reduce Stress with Magnesium

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Magnesium can address the challenges of many women including stress, sleeplessness, constipation, anxiety and more. NOTE: Always check with your health care professional before taking new supplements.

I love magnesium. I take it nightly for the following reasons:

Magnesium helps relax our muscles to provide a better sleep. Its muscle-calming properties can aid digestion and prevent constipation. Amazing magnesium can relieve water retention, protects our bones, nerves and muscles, prevents calcium buildup in the arteries and supports healthy blood flow and heart rhythm.  In addition, magnesium can uplift us which prevents mood swings and also helps relieve water retention. Taking a magnesium supplement at bedtime calms muscles, restless legs or twitching, induces relaxation and halts bruxism (grinding teeth while sleeping). Grinding teeth is a sign of stress. It is also known to help and reduce migraine and fibromyalgia pain.

Read about more powerful supplements for women in my new book, AGE-PROOF: Beauty Alternatives You Need to Know, now on sale for just $14.95 including free S&H  in the books section at www.HollywoodBeautySecrets.com. It’s also available in all eReaders versions, Kindle, Nook, etc.

 

Skin Care by Louisa

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Visit my new skin care authority website: Skin Care by Louisa

You’ll find reference materials for hundreds of skin care conditions or challenges, skin care treatments, photos, videos, and hormone health information provided from many sources. This website is updated daily with new information. Now you’ve got the best of “3 Worlds”…..my blog, Hollywood Beauty Secrets for products, and Skin Care by Louisa for reference. NOTE: Information provide at www.LouisaGraves, www.SkinCareByLouisa and www.HollywoodBeautySecrets is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and we advise you to visit your health practitioner for any skin or health concerns.

 

 

Tips To Rejuvenate And Unclog & Refine Pores

The following rejuvenating tips are  from my doctor-recommended book, “Hollywood Beauty Secrets: Remedies to the rescue”. These tips will help rejuvenate skin, remove dull, dead skin cells, encouraging collagen production, as well as can help fade age spots, soften wrinkles, refine enlarged pores, and help prevent  blackheads:

1.  Exfoliate (slough off skin) three times a week. Below  are two easy and affordable exfoliating methods:

A)  To exfoliate skin, apply baking soda on wet, clean skin and scrub skin in a gentle, circular motion.  Then rinse off using tepid (warm) water. Never use HOT water on your skin.

B)  A more powerful and non-toxic product, called  Microdermabrasion Scrub is another option.  It’s an all-natural blend of  crushed crystals that has won several beauty awards. I recommend applying the thick paste onto dry skin in the morning and then add a couple drops of water. In a circular motion, gently rub the scrub onto the blackhead areas, as well as on the areas where you see thinning skin or wrinkles. This award-winning scrub will help soften and refine wrinkles. After just three uses, you  will achieve similar results as you would after having a costly spa treatment.  Use it on hands too!

2. Natural fruit juices are excellent exfoliants. Apply tomato, pineapple, lemon or grapefruit juice to blackheads using a cotton pad. Wait five minutes. Rinse with tepid water.

3. Use a paraben-free facial cleanser containing soy, glycolic or papaya to help unplug pores. I’ve noted a couple of really nice ones in the CLEANSER SECTIONS section at my shop, along with the Microdermabrasion Scrub – always at the LOWEST prices. For example Health food stores charge $36 to $42 for the Microdermabrasion Scrub. You will always find it for the discount price of just $29.95 at www.hollywoodbeautysecrets.com That’s my mission, finding THE most potent products on the planet and offering them to you at the lowest price.

Enjoy! Louisa :)

Can’t Afford Gifts This Year? – No Worries!

Giving to other makes is uplifting and helps us feel good. But if you can’t afford gifts this year –no worries  my dears. Living simple is one of the best ways to keeping true to who we are.  And preventing credit card debt will help keep you de-stressed during this busy time.  You may want to try one of these cost-effective ideas:

1) Instead of gifts for friends, family or co-workers,  make time to do something simple  that your loved ones and co-workers will enjoy.  Bake some cookies, a bundt cake, or guilt-free blueberry bran muffins.

2) Make home-made Christmas cards with your children.  This is  a creative way to spend time together and make a special statement.

3) Meet a friend or relative for a walk, then enjoy a nice cup of coffee or hot chocolate afterwards. If  the weather outside is snowy, go mall-walking.

4) Pick up the phone and call a relative you haven’t spoken to in a while. Skype is free and a great way to “see” each other too!

5) Do something nice for others. Volunteer at a soup kitchen or send a small donation to a charity. Even if you can afford only $10, you’ll feel instantly uplifted, while doing something thoughtful for others in need.

Enjoy! Louisa