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Awakening Wednesday — “Big Fat Greek” (Dog?) Skincare

Awakening Wednesday — “Big Fat Greek” (Dog?) Skincare

By Rob Hardwicke, Product Master, Awakening Mineral Skin Care Anyone who was alive in 2002 likely has some fond recollection of the hit movie, My Big Fat Greek Wedding.  One of mine was the use of Windex glass cleaner as the perfect, all-purpose remedy for all ailments.  Have a zit?  Spray it with Windex and […]

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Awakening Wednesday #1 – Magnesium & Your Skin

Awakening Wednesday #1 – Magnesium & Your Skin

By Rob Hardwicke, President & Product Master, Awakening Mineral Skin Care This is the first in a series of weekly (or, as the mood strikes) “Awakening Wednesday” mini-posts on skin topics that I hope will be of benefit to others.  Ultra-potent magnesium, applied topically to the skin as a cream or lotion,  is at the […]

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5 Best Ways Gardeners can Tend to Themselves: Tips for Healthier Gardeners

5 Best Ways Gardeners can Tend to Themselves: Tips for Healthier Gardeners

Comments by Rob Hardwicke, president and product master at Awakening Mineral Therapies When it comes to spending time outside, leisurely hours in the garden are like no other.  Whether in the cool, damp solitude at dawn or the warm, still moments at dusk in summer, feeling the rich earth in your hands stimulates not only […]

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Fall Skin Care Alert: Prepare Now for Drier Weather

Fall Skin Care Alert: Prepare Now for Drier Weather

Serious Fall Skin Care 101 with Rob Hardwicke, President and Product Master at Awakening Skin Care. It seems that every September 21st or so, I find myself suddenly scrambling around the house, trying to find the lip balm I carelessly tossed aside in April. And what about my hands? All summer, I haven’t given them […]

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6 Reasons to Throw Away Your Eczema Medication

6 Reasons to Throw Away Your Eczema Medication

Serious Eczema Care 101 with Rob Hardwicke, President and Product Master at Awakening Skin Care. Eczema is not a disease or an allergy. Rather, it’s an “immune vulnerability” that typically appears with other so-called allergic-type immune reactions like hay fever or asthma. This has only been understood recently, but now scientists have identified approximately twenty […]

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