If you’re feeling inspired by learning all about self-care and want to take it beyond an afternoon yoga session, consider something bigger and better: a retreat.
Let us introduce you to ylang ylang, the gently invigorating essential oil that is a gift to us from the aptly named “perfume tree.”
We lean on nutritional supplements to help us support our hearts, digestion, joints, bones, immune systems, eyes and skin without hesitation, but what about that other part of wellness that’s a bit more complicated but just as important?*
While it can be hard to resist falling into bed after a long day without a care in the world, spending a few extra minutes to take care of your skin on a daily basis will leave you with radiant skin for the next day and beyond.
Enjoy the detoxifying properties of lemons first thing in the morning while reaching your daily requirement for magnesium.
Flight attendants tell you to put on your own oxygen mask before assisting others. Likewise, self-care begins by putting your own needs first – before it’s too late.
A recent look at our customer insights on Facebook revealed that a surprisingly high percentage of Puritan’s Pride customers are either nurses or those who work in a related healthcare field.
Few scents are as unabashedly alluring as rose. Let’s explore the fragrance that romantic poetry has been written about for centuries.
While the mysteries of the deep won’t be solved any time soon, there’s no time like the present to reap the benefits of the many nutritional gems harvested from the world’s oceans. Here are the top five from our treasure chest.
Getting older. It ain’t easy folks, but it beats the alternative, right? With the rapidly rising costs of medical care in America, our aging population sure has their work cut out for them. The good news is that today’s seniors are taking a proactive and preventative approach toward their health and wellness. As a result, older Americans are healthier, fitter, sharper, and more active than ever before.