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Caitlin Warrington
How often should I use any given product?

How often should I use any given product?

  How often should you be applying the product? Daily? Twice daily? Every other day?   The answer: it depends!   By asking yourself some of the following questions, you can figure it out: How harsh is your soap? (have you considered throwing it all out?) What is your diet like? Are you massively deficient in saturated fats and fat soluble vitamins? What's the humidity like in your house/where you live? What kind of water are you showering in/bathing in? How old are you? Are you chugging plain water? (and depleting your body's mineral stores) Use your own judgement. Look...

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Caitlin Warrington
Why do we use grassfed tallow?

Why do we use grassfed tallow?

Fat-soluble vitamins are some of THE most essential nutrients you can consume and put on your skin. The catch? The are only found in animal products. Synthetic versions of vitamins A and D fall extremely short of their whole-food form (only found in animal products like meat, fat and raw dairy products) and often cause more harm through imbalances than good. Your body does best with these vitamins when they consume them all together. There is a symbiotic relationship here, they exist together in nature for a reason. 

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Caitlin Warrington
Grassfed Tallow for Eczema (Part 2)

Grassfed Tallow for Eczema (Part 2)

Atopic dermatitis (eczema) is a chronic skin problem so the key to seeing results is long term and consistent use of grass fed tallow. By long-term, I mean seven to eight weeks. After the symptoms disappear, it is important to continue to moisturize to keep them from reappearing. 

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Caitlin Warrington
Grassfed Tallow for Eczema (Part 1)

Grassfed Tallow for Eczema (Part 1)

Looking back, I can say: "Well, dry winter plus super-dehydrating chlorine (and magnesium-chelating) PLUS the fact that I didn't know anything about PUFAs or the soy definitely equals eczema". At that time I just learned to live with it. I didn't have acne, but I had bouts of eczema. Better off than most teens, right?

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