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Finally, I thought the cooler weather would never come!! I mean seriously, it’s almost November and the temperature here has been almost unbearable until recently. I absolutely love the cooler weather, but with the cooler temperatures come something that I am not a fan of- seriously dry skin!!! I already wash my hands more times than humanly possibly, so they are already dry and cracked, but the cold weather is seriously going to wreak havoc on my skin and my girls. Thankfully Babo Botanicals has got you covered with super soothing, natural and organic products to soothe and protect your skin against the cold weather dryness. Babo Botanicals Oatmilk and Calendula Shampoo and Wash is an extra gentle plant based cleanser that nourishes and soothes dry skin. My oldest daughter has had mild eczema since she was an infant, so I have to make sure the products that I use on her are super gentle and safe. the Oatmilk in this Shampoo and Wash was a perfect choice for her! It comforts skin associated with eczema, dry and chaffed skin. the Calendula Oil is great for cradle cap, or dry patches. the smell is very pleasant, not overpowering, but just enough to leave my girls extra sniffable!! the Certified Organic Nurti-Soothe Blend is rich in vitamins and antioxidants to leave your babies skin soft and smooth and leaves hair shiny. I did use this on my youngest dughters hair and it was great, not drying or harsh at all. once again I have done the unthinkable- I stole this for myself- I have super sensitive skin on my face and scalp and decided to try it out myself- I loved it!! It was so gentle on my sensitive skin, no redness or peeling- I loved it!! what is super great is that it now comes in a 2 oz. travel size, perfect for taking right on the plane so you are never without your Babo!!! Babo Botanicals also has the Moisturizing Baby Lotion to go with it- I so have to try this!! Babo Botanicals has a promotion on right now if you purchase the 8 oz. Lotion, you will get the travel shampoo and wash free (see site for details)!! If you are dreading the winter dry skin as much as I am- go visit Babo Botanicals and check out all of their wonderful hair and skin products for babies ( or yourself : ) you will absolutely love it!!
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GARY | Methodist Hospitals, with locations in Gary andMerrillville, donated 44 boxes of supplies to support The SalvationArmy’s Adult Rehabilitation Center in Gary.
The 44 boxes contained daily necessities many people take forgranted, such as razors, shaving gel, lotion, deodorant,toothbrushes and toothpaste, slippers, combs, soap and shampoo.
“We are proud to be able to support the Salvation Army’s AdultRehabilitation Center in Gary, as this program is essential to thecommunity,” said Ian McFadden, president and CEO of MethodistHospitals.
The ARC Center in Gary is a drug and alcohol rehabilitationprogram that provides spiritual, social, and emotional assistancefor men who have lost the ability to cope with their problems andprovide for themselves.
The facility offers residential housing, work, and group andindividual therapy, all in a clean, wholesome environment. Thephysical and spiritual care that program participants receiveprepares them to re-enter society and return to gainfulemployment.
A long-term commitment of at least six months is required, sopatterns of poor decision-making can be broken and replaced withpositive life choices — changes that will help them becomeproductive citizens of the community.
Many of those who have been rehabilitated are reunited withtheir families and resume a normal life.
Every potential participant undergoes a comprehensive intakeinterview to ensure the ARC program is the best possible match forthem. if the interview process determines it is not a good match,every effort is made to refer the individual to a program that willfit their particular needs.
Are there any grooming kits that contain shampoos, conditioners and brushes, etc. I have found a CDM tack box which seems pretty perfect as is contains like everything. but I was wondering if there were any cheaper ones?
It is cheaper to buy the separate pieces and put them together in a grooming kit. Companies charge a big markup to buy all of the brushes in the same color and stick them in a cute bag. if you buy separate pieces, you get exactly what you need.
I don't know of any that have shampoo or conditioner in them…
I have bought the cheaper versions of everything and I usually end up having to get the expensive stuff. As far as grooming, Oster brushes/combs are the best by far, at least they have been for my horses. You will save in the long run to just go with Oster. On the other hand,I like cheap ole Mane and tail shampoo followed by just a cheap oatmeal condition. I have been through it all and those leave my horse looking and feeling the best, plus no allergies by any of my horse kids.
Don't buy cheap! I have a large cheap plastic box from an Indian shop….It's about 2.6ft long, quite high and generously wide with a lid. in this box I have put a smallish grooming kit box (with handle). one side has my horse's combs (mane, tail, curry) in the other side I have my body brush and dandy brush. there is enough room to put my hoof oil and brush (in a plastic bread bag) and down the sides I have my bandages and plaiting stuff. The bands are in a little margarine box and my scissors, threads and needles in a tupperware box. it all fits neatly in. BUT shampoos/conditioners/sweat scraper and various sponges – because they are generally wet – are in their own little bucket.
Most of my brushes were cheap because today it's very expensive to by GOOD brushes. a nice body brush will cost about £17 – £20!!! Some larger branches of Tesco sell cheap brushes and other bits n pieces. go into Robinson's web site and see what they have to offer, usually matching too. Good luck and I hope this helps.
equestrianclearance.com/ you can get them really cheap. and other things. you just have to take the time to look and figure out the web site.
I have a very oily hair (I have to wash every day for it too look clean). I am wondering if Eastern Medicines can help in making it less oily. Ideally, I'd like to wash 2 times a week. Anyone, can advice or point out an herb, herbalist or other natural system to make it less oily. I am looking for an advice on how to achieve internal change, I'm well familiar with home remedies on how to help hair be less oily. But I'm wondering if it is possible to influence with herbs my hormones which are responsible for the oil production. thank you!
rub cedar branches on it to keep the bugs off.
yes yes yes……….
nutribiotic GSE (grapefruit seed extract)
when you pour shampoo into your hand, put 3-4 drops of it in it and then leave it in for 2 minutes. also just take 10-15 drops in water 3 times a day and see if it improves. should help with oily scalp which can be related to dandriff which can be related to a minor yeast infection of the scalp….
also make sure you eliminate refined sugar, and eat more Brocolli (lol) and salad!!! like you can get salad leaves plain. pretend they are chips, that works for me…
we have a pitt mix who get little bumps all over his back every so often. they are itchy, he chews them, loses his fur, the skin gets infected, he ends up wearing an e-collar, what a pain!! the vet said it's skin allergies and when he breaks out we wash him with a special shampoo that keeps it from getting infected but it still itches and he still chews. we can't figure what the trigger is, it happens every few days to twice a month. has anyone with pitt-mixes had this problem and what did you do to solve it? i'm not keen on the idea of steroid shots so are there any more natural things to try? (the vet wants to give him steroid shots, that's her solution)
my itchy dog thanks you for any suggestions…
Make a pyramid out of clothes hangars and sit him under it for 20 minutes. Turn and repeat.
Try changing his diet. Corn (corn meal) is a common dog allergy. find a food that does not contain it and try to feed him that. Nature's Recipe is a good one as is Innova. Good luck
What kind of food do you feed? Treats? is this happening year round or certain times of the year? has your dog been allergy tested? have you moved? Do you have carpet? Wood floors? When did it start? How old is your pet? I have seen a lot of allergy problems in my life so far and my own dog has severe allergies. I may be able to help you but I need more info. I don't prefer steroid shots either and I believe and have seen many pets be helped without it. Allergies is a VERY controversial subject with vets and owners so you will not get answers that very many people agree with eachother on. However, there are a lot of things to try out there before steroids. Don't give up yet.
Do you know what your dog is allergic to? Removing that from his environment will help tremendously. I don't blame you for not being thrilled about giving your dog steroid shots.
Now, my parents have a beagle who is allergic to a lot of the additives in dog foods such as Gravy Train. So they have to get him another dog food- Not Beniful, but one like it. As long as he eats that and not the other, he is fine.
I'll bet that your vet also gives annual vaccinations too.
Dogs have been over vaccinated for many years now. Dr. Ron Schultz of Wisconsin University published his duration of immunity on vaccines in 1999.
There's a lot on the net about this, so do some research! Vaccines can cause skin problems and a whole lot more. Food allergies usually cause the dog to lick his feet until raw, but this could also be your problem. The first ingredient in a good dog food is meat, not corn.
If you are looking for natural things, there is a Pets 4 Homeopathy group at yahoo.
It could be as simple as a flea allergy. If he does not wear a good flea collar get one. We took my daughters dog last year, she was bald and sore on her rear end. We bought her advantage..no fles, and hair grew back. She is now a beautiful dog.
It says it doesn't strip the oils and it is called Marshall Pet No-Tears Formula Ferret Shampoo. I was just wondering because the next day she has the smell to her again. she has been degland.
I plan to get other stuff to help smell and toys she was giving to me.
Any water contact and soap will strip oils, even if the packaging says otherwise. You should bath her once every two months AT MOST. she smells after the bath because her body tells her skin to make extra oils for the ones lost during the bath. Ferrets smell their muskiest after a bath because of this.