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Paraphenylenediamine & hair dye contact allergy. DermNet NZ Facts about the skin from DermNet New Zealand Trust. Topic index: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z What is paraphenylenediamine and where is it found? Japanese Maples Folklore, from Pond and Garden Nursery In Sonoma County, beautiful northern California - 6225 Stony Point Rd - corner hwy 116 and Stony Point, Cotati, 94931 Serving Sonoma County for 15 years ! New Shipment! Pliant 5 pointues Ornements Origami étoile de Noël These 5 pointed origami stars are easy to fold and make beautiful Christmas decorations. You can make them from magazines, scrapbook papers or sheet music, whatever you happen to have lying around. We don’t have our tree up just yet so for now I’ve put these Christmas star decorations on our mantelpiece.

Why You're Not Losing Weight When you think about your health, you’re probably not fretting over the millions of microbes that line your colon. But 2013 has been the Year Of The Gut, with scientific breakthroughs linking bacterial composition to all kinds of Western diseases, including asthma, depression, and colitis. The science is far from prescriptive yet, but diet has already emerged as a major influencer of healthy stomach bugs. (I should know: I got my gut colonies examined for a Prevention feature, and what I found out completely changed my diet.) This week, two new studies published in Nature found that gut composition isn’t just integral to your health—it might even be influencing your weight. The first study compared the gut microbiota, or bacterial makeup, of 292 Danes. Mock Tuna Salad (Featured atop a 'tater-chip) A couple weeks ago I saw this Mock Tuna Salad recipe recommended on someone's blog (whose blog it was now eludes me though), so I thought, Hey, Self, that'd be something yummy to make for lunches for the week, Self. So Self made a batch of "Tuna" Salad and was knocked off her feet by it. But then Self realized that she'd never actually tasted *real* tuna salad before (*gasps of shock and horror*) so she wasn't actually sure it *tasted* like real tuna salad, though it certainly did *smell* like it and reminded her of her mom and her family dog Lucy (whom she was convinced was half-cat since she had a fiendish love of tuna). Anyways, Self tried to figure out how to get an accurate read on how tuna-esque the mock-tuna salad actually was, and it dawned on her she could save a wee bit for her fellow when he was in town for the weekend. This was a difficult task, as Self kept whittling down the quantity of "tuna" salad left, because it was *that* good.

Beauty by Arielle: natural Since I began blogging about natural products, you may have seen me refer to EWG and GoodGuide ratings. I talked about them a little in my guide to natural products post but I thought it would be better to do a full explanation for y'all. When I refer to "ratings" I'm talking about how toxic a product is to your health. Currently, I use EWG's Skin Deep and GoodGuide's databases to determine if a product is "safe." I research every single product I purchase through these websites.

Irish Brown Yeast Bread This has to be one of the easiest bread recipies in the world with no kneading it’s a no brainer! The loaf can be frozen and defrosted when needed and is the perfect accompaniment to a hearty soup or made into a chunky sandwich. For anyone hooked on white bread this is a really healthy alternative and you can also add rolled oats sprinkled on top for an extra crunch. Makes one loaf 450g of wholemeal flour. 1 teaspoon of salt. 1 7g sachet of dried yeast. 1 teaspoon of treacle. 15 Fl Oz of warm water. A small handful of mixed seeds Mix the flour, salt and yeast in a large bowl. Pendentifs d'artichaut impressionnant d'Allison Patrick Have you seen these amazing lamps?! A designer that has her stuff on Etsy, Allison Patrick of the 3R’s Blog (Reduce, Reuse, Redecorate – 30 projects in 30 weeks) has created some pretty cool pendant shades that are pretty representative of the beautiful shape of the artichoke. But – the shade is made of recycled pages from books and magazines! Allison’s lamps are very cool, they remind me of the decoupage projects my mom would do with us as a kid. Just recently she got featured on, and that has pushed her work sky high! Allison’s got a pretty awesome story with her luminaire design business (which is called Zipper 8 Design, by the way) – she graduated with her Masters, and like many people, she found herself with lots of time and no job.

Venus Factor What is The Venus Factor? The Venus Factor is the first and only weight loss plan designed to dramatically increase female metabolism and bring out the sexy goddess in you by delivering fast, long term, enjoyable fat loss without restricting the foods you crave most. Who is The Venus Factor For? Maple Spice: Baked Almond Feta You know when you come across a recipe that you know is going to change your life? This one has mine. Seriously. I must first stress here that this is not my recipe, I got it from food dot com whilst on a search for vegan feta. The poster of the recipe states that it is actually from a 2009 edition of Vegetarian Times and was one of the 'editor's picks'.

Body Cream Products Vaseline® 100% Pure Petroleum Jelly, and of course Vaseline Intensive Care® Lotion, Vaseline Intensive Care® Hand and Nail Lotion, Vaseline Intensive Care® Moisturizing Body Wash, Vaseline® Lip Therapy. Vaseline is one of the original products recommended for people with ichthyosis, and continues to be one of the most popular. Vaseline Petroleum Jelly Cream Dual Action Alpha Hydroxy formula also comes recommended by our users (creams with lecithin dramatically help some people in making the skin softer and not so tight).

24 Must-See Diagrams That Will Make Eating Healthy Super Easy 1. For fruit-ophiles. Photos by Grace Hitchcock for PopSugar / Via Some diets require precision. How to Make Ribbon Roses One of the first few things I remember learning from my Mom was how to make these adorable roses out of satin ribbon. It's perfect for gift-wrapping, accessories or decor. It can be used for non-traditional bouquets, too! It's really easy to make, I promise. You'll need some ribbon, and a pair of scissors. Any size ribbon will do, really.

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