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Unless you've crawled inside someone's skin and felt the words that claw away at their throat and suffocate them during the night, you have no right to tell anyone to get over it or that they shouldn't be upset.

Drink Your Way to Clear Glowing Skin

Detox water is the perfect way to get all the necessary nutrients required for clear, glowing skin. Citrus fruits (lemons, oranges, grapefruits) play a key role in the formation of collagen due to their high Vitamin C content and are considered an anti-oxidant. Click here for radiant skin care tips

Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh Salve for your DiY Apothecary

Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh Salve for your DiY Apothecary | Joybilee Farm

[ Info: Carrier Oils ~ Types and Uses ] A little information about our Carrier Oils and their use in scrubs, exfoliants, and massage.

Colugos are arboreal gliding mammals found in South-east Asia. There are just two extant species, which make up the entire family Cynocephalidae and order Dermoptera. They are the most capable of all gliding mammals, using flaps of extra skin between their legs to glide from higher to lower locations. They are also known as cobegos or flying lemurs, though they are not true lemurs.

“I’ve been incredibly lucky during the bulk of my shooting career, the people I’ve shot have been wonderful. I could probably count the unpleasant experiences on one hand and have fingers left over....

Cocoa Butter Rose and Geranium Bath Melts - Rose is widely popular not only for being one of the most beautiful flowers in the world, but also for its ability to keep our skin healthy and young-looking. It was used by ancient Romans and Greeks to perfume their baths.

This is another way to incorporate diversity into preschool learning centers. I used this in my science center! During our "all about me" unit, kids tried these knee high stockings on their arms to see which one most closely resembled their skin. Afterward I made them into this display.

Changing skin color is an important part of communication among chameleons. According to the San Diego Zoo, a chameleon's skin changes colors in response to its emotions, such as anger or fear, changes in light, temperature or humidity. The brighter the color, the more dominant the male is, and the more attractive he is to females. A submissive male is usually brown or gray. Females use their colors to accept or reject a suitor, and their color can also indicate that she is pregnant…