Welcome to Fall – October Feature Posted on Monday Sep 26th, 2011 by shannon
It’s that time of year again Canada! As October looms we can feel it in the air – that cold dry weather is upon us as Autumn pushes in to our lives once again. We’re settling down and getting ready for Thanksgiving and Halloween we know that we are on winters doorstep, which can lead to dry achy skin, itchy scalps, dry eyes, and a whole bunch of colds!
But we here at abundance are armed with an arsenal of natural products to help you survive the harsh Canadian climate courtesy of our Aussie friends down under.
Winter Skin Care:
Do you or your kids suffer from dry hands? When left unattended dry skin can cause painful cracking, and even lead to infections or become a home for ruthless bacteria. Thursday Plantation’s Tea Tree Certified Organic Hand & Body lotion helps to moisturize skin with natural Aloe, tone it with Witch Hazel, and cleanses and protects with Certified Organic Tea Tree Oil. At $9.99 this pocket friendly lotion will keep your hands soft and hydrated all season long!
When it comes to your face, you want a gentle chemical free solution. Look no further than Sanctum Moisture Concentrate, Enriched with Rosemary Extract (anti-oxidant) to help fight the signs of ageing this daily moisturizer will be sure to keep your skin smooth and help fight the signs of aging!
Fight those Colds:
As we know this time of year is when sniffles start to run rampant, especially with the kids back at school and the cold air settling in. There are plenty of cold and immunoboosters out there, but you don’t really want to be taking medication each and every day eventually building up a tolerance to it and even a dependency. That’s why we recommend the natural power of Echinacea.
Echinacea is a powerful natural extract that has proven to boost the immune system in over 300 different independent studies. When it comes to fighting off a cold there is no better natural solution than Echinacea which has shown to:
- Relief of the symptoms of colds
- Reduce the severity and duration of colds
- Assist in the management of upper respiratory infections
Do you have a natural remedy you like to use to beat this time of year? If so we’d love to hear from you! Leave us a comment below or tweet us at www.twitter.com/abunnatural