Tag Archives: natural skin care

Article in First Coast Magazine

Second Nature Skin is grateful for the May 2014 article To read the full story click here: http://firstcoastmagazine.com/second-nature-skin-care/ With Second Nature Skin you get the high-quality, natural ingredients your skin needs. That makes Second Nature the first choice for health and eco-conscious … Continue reading

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Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Remember this invented word from the 1964 Disney musical Mary Poppins? Sometimes it’s fun to tango with tongue twisters. Reading mainstream skin care labels provides plenty of practice. Let’s see how you do: Triethanolamine, methylparaben, iodopropynyl butylcarbamate – Oil of Olay Phenylbenzimidazole … Continue reading

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A Little Dab Will Do Ya

Many Second Nature Skin care customers are surprised at how little moisturizer they need to squeeze from the bottle. Our products not only soften wrinkles and make your skin feel exceptionally good, they’re a great value, too. It’s a new … Continue reading

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Now That’s Cooking

More and more people desire to connect with their food source, a trend confirmed by the rise in Farmers Markets and the farm-to-table movement. I also think people want to connect with the ingredients in their skin care. They want … Continue reading

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Preservatives, sunscreens — Should we be worried?

Like good food, good skin care depends on superb, nutritious ingredients. It’s based on natural ingredients that can help soothe and hydrate the skin and boost its natural radiance. Unfortunately, skin care labels now read more like pharmaceuticals – propylparaben, … Continue reading

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Back to the Future

My grandmother was nearly 100 years old when she died in 2003. In her last years she knitted dozens, perhaps hundreds, of doilies to occupy her time and rekindle the fading craft she had learned while growing up on a … Continue reading

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