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Keep Your Lymphatic System in Tip-Top Order

By Cynthia Rowland | September 1, 2020

Good health is a result of a functioning lymph system. Chronic illness is a result of the body’s inability to remove toxins and wastes from the circulatory system. In other words, if your lymphatic circulatory system is sluggish, you may begin to experience of host of maladies like headaches, fatique, sore spots in your lower…

Are You Too Busy for Exercise?

By Cynthia Rowland | September 1, 2020

Jackie Silver says “Exercise is the Fountain of Youth!”  She’s right you know…exercise keeps your body looking and feeling younger and fit. Consistent exercise: walking, jogging, yoga, bicycling, racquetball, weight training, etc., gets the blood flowing. You feel alive and that aliveness shows on your face and in your slimmer body. One of our long-time…

Parsley Tea and its Many Benefits

By Cynthia Rowland | August 1, 2020

You’ve probably passed by the fresh bunches of parsley in the produce aisle without giving a though to what amazing health benefits this curly, green leafed vegetable has. For years I have suggested Parsley Tea to aid in the elimination of under eye bags and puffiness (A Diuretic effect) that plague certain people. Actually, many…

Are you Vitamin D Deficient?

By Cynthia Rowland | June 30, 2020

“Vitamin D could almost be thought of as a designer drug for helping the body to handle viral respiratory infections. It boosts the ability of cells to kill and resist viruses and simultaneously dampens down harmful inflammation, which is one of the big problems with Covid.” — Adrian Martineau, professor of respiratory infection and immunity…

Vitamin D – “The Sunshine Vitamin”

By Cynthia Rowland | April 30, 2020

Natural Vitamin D – Free vitamin supplementation from the sun! What could be better? Sunshine triggers the production of Vitamin D in our body. Getting out-of-doors to soak up the rays, whether you’re sitting, walking, running, playing tennis or exercising, Vitamin D provides healing. Oh sure, too much sun can blister your skin so it’s…

Self Growth = Love

By Cynthia Rowland | April 30, 2020

A long-time Facial Magic client confided in me saying that her husband had had a stroke at the age of 60 and she has lovingly cared for him but when she recently took a long look at herself, she knew that changes, lifestyle changes, were needed to ensure that she loved herself again. Self-exploration, seeing…

How Many Himalayan Salt Lamps do you have?

By Cynthia Rowland | March 31, 2020

Himalayan Salt Lamps are soothing to me. Their soft, pinkish glow seems to make everyone’s faces look younger…but get this, these lamps that I’d like to use in every room of the house, have healing properties that cannot be disputed. I’m not certain what attracted me to the lamps initially. Of course, they’re beautiful, they’re…

Macular Degeneration Is Age Related – Support Your Eye Health

By Cynthia Rowland | January 1, 2020

Nutrition is EVERYTHING! Eye health and nutrition are a natural! Although there is no cure for this condition, there are steps you can take to alleviate, stop and perhaps reverse this malady. This disease, likely caused by inflammation, and is usually noticed by those over 50 as their vision becomes distorted or fuzzy. The Mayo…

Chronic Inflammation and You

By Cynthia Rowland | November 30, 2019

Want to feel older than your years? Let chronic inflammation take control of your body. No kidding, the foods we eat, the liquids we drink, our lifestyle choices and even the chemicals we are exposed to will create lasting inflammation in our bodies. Chronic inflammation can show up as dis-ease. Heart disease, IBS, cancer, diabetes,…

Why Do I Look Tired All The Time?

By Cynthia Rowland | November 30, 2019

Some people look tired because of lack of sleep – that actually seems to be quite the epidemic! Sleep can be elusive but there are natural ways to help you sleep and small dosages of melatonin can help. Some years ago it was suggested to me that melatonin works best in small increments. Small as…