Pocket Full Of Posies Flowers And G
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Pocket Full Of Posies Flowers And G
309 E Veterans Blvd
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Aug 3, 2020
Flower Power: The Benefits of 6 Key Floral Extracts in Skin Care - NewBeauty Magazine
Paula Provenzano, national education manager for Jurlique. New York dermatologist Heidi Waldorf, MD adds that “archaeological remains of bottles have revealed that Egyptians knew how to extract essential oils from flowers, including geranium and rose, with a technique called enfleurage that involves soaking parts of the flower in oil.”
Edouard Mauvais-Jarvis, director of scientific and environmental communications for Dior, says the skin-care benefits of flowers stem from their desperate need to protect themselves. “Flowers have a huge advantage over us: They have more than 1.2 billion years of evolution; they are the most evolved part of the vegetal world,” he explains. “But, they have a big disadvantage, too: They are not able to move, so they cannot escape environmental aggressions that surround them, such as UV rays, oxidative stress, climate variations, draught and frost. As a result, they have developed an extremely rich biodiversity of molecules made to defend their structures.” To extract these molecules from flowers and create precious essential oils, chemists typically use steam distillation: Hot steam causes dried flowers to open up and release their oils, nutrients and liquids.
On skin-care ingredient labels, floral extracts are listed by their INCI name (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients), which aligns with the Latin or scientific name. More than 28,000 INCI names, published by the Personal Care Products Council, have been developed by the INCI Committee with participation by the FDA.
Beauty BloomsOne flower is not more beneficial than another for the skin, says Fresh cofounder Alina Roytberg. “Different flowers provide different benefits that address skin’s varying needs.” From petal to stem, these six flowers bear complexion- pe... Aug 3, 2020
Britney Spears picks roses to put in her hair as she talks about battling acne in her early career - Daily Mail
Monday'When I was younger I never really had an acne problem until I did my first movie … I was so nervous to be on camera so I went to the dermatologist for stronger skincare products !!!' she wrote.'It cleared up quickly after but you have to be careful because prescribed products are very strong !!!! I remember waking up and saying wow it’s gone ... now I stay outside a lot and I give the sun credit for lifting my spirits and giving me a natural glow !!!!! Britney finished her note by excitedly revealing she found a little rose garden in her yard.'It was so hot yesterday but look what I found …. my mini rose garden hidden in the back !!!! I put them in my hair and I thought they were exquisite' I give the sun credit: In the caption of the sunny snap the 38-year-old singer mused about how she used to have skin troubles, while also revealing that she spends time in the sun to 'lift her spirits' All about the lighting: Shortly after her first post, Britney shared an identical snap with a lighter filter on it Nature lover: In a video clip Britney showed off the pink roses she discovered on the grounds of her Thousand Oaks propertyIn a second post the Toxic hitmaker shared another similar selfie with a more golden glow on it along with a short clip of her checking out the small pink roses.For the selfie Britney wore an off the shoulder peasant style blouse with a dainty choker around her neck. Her latest post came shortly after her dad Jamie Spears spoke out against the #FreeBritney campaign, describing the anger directed at him as 'a joke' and insisting that the outside world does not understand his daughter's fragile mental state. Jamie, 68, has been his daughter's legal guardian since her public breakdown 12 years ago.The arrangement h... May 1, 2020
Plan ahead, Mother's Day is not cancelled - Claremont Courier
The licensed staff provides expert skincare treatments such as facials, massage, waxing, make-up artistry, microdermabrasion, permanent make-up, airbrush tanning, lash extensions and various other skincare specialties that hardworking moms can enjoy once the stay home orders are lifted.
For $69 (a $10 savings) you can purchase a gift certificate for a 55-minute classic facial, Swedish massage or reflexology session. Aromatique offers free porch delivery within a 15-mile radius for any skincare or gift items and free gift wrapping.
Orders can be placed by calling (909) 626-7422 or emailing email@example.com. Visit www.aromatiqueskincare.com for information.
Jasmine 271 W. Second St., Claremont
Jasmine offers customized Mother’s Day arrangements with shipping, and free local delivery from Glendora to Rancho Cucamonga. Gifts range from $35 to $100, including bath and body products, and loungewear. You can even choose between bath and shower products. Jasmine staff will work with you over the phone to pick products. To place an order, call (909) 659-5909 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan 25, 2019
Martha's Vineyard News | Star of Bethlehem is Fleeting Floral Feast - The Vineyard Gazette - Martha's Vineyard News
It might just take an act of
God to save you should you consume it. Even skin contact with this plant can be problematic, causing dermatitis to those with sensitivities.
Dove's dung is only one of star of Bethlehem's aliases - it is also called wonder flower, snow drop, Arabian star flower, or grass lily. But its scientific name is perhaps the most curious. Translation of Ornithogalum is bird milk, and may refer to its milk-colored flower. Or it may suggest that, like the rare bird that gives milk (there are a few), it is an incredible and wondrously rare thing.
This winter bulb of the lily family resembles wild onion or garlic with its thin, grass-like leaves, but is easy to distinguish since it lacks the allium odor associated with the crushing of the former varieties. Two identification clues are easily seen, and include the presence of a white line on the mid-rib of the leaf, and a green stripe on the underside of each flower petal.
Each plant boasts clusters of up to 30 flowers. Due to its ability to spread easily, these white blooms can appear to cover an area. Some even consider star of Bethlehem an unholy pest, as they aren't native to this country and can quickly consume an area through the spreading of their underground bulbs.
As a perennial, star of Bethlehem can be counted on to resurrect itself every year, and it clearly takes to heart the Biblical admonition to be fruitful and multiply in late spring. However, these flowers will fade before summer gets started in earnest, making for a fleeting floral feast that, too, shall pass.
Suzan Bellincampi is director of the Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary in Edgartown, and author of Martha's Vineyard: A Field Guide to Island Nature.
Oct 12, 2018
Gardening: Thar be dragon fruit cactus growing fast and looming large
f lines may occur, should be done with long sleeves and gloves since smoke trees are in the same family as poison ivy and poison oak and their sap is dermatitic to some people. Jul 26, 2018
Burn-causing invasive plant spotted in the Lehigh Valley
DNA. This phenomenon, he said, is what kills your cells and results in "what is essentially" a severe burn. Whereas plants like poison can cause dermatitis or a rash, giant hogweed can cause an actual burn, making it deadlier than other plants in its family.
The plant's toxic sap, Niesenbaum said, is what makes removal so difficult. Whereas pesky weeds in patio cracks can be removed by hand or with a garden tool, people need to be more careful when dealing with giant hogweed.
"If I'm in there really grabbing at that giant hogweed and ripping at it, I want to make sure I have gloves and long sleeves and long pants and maybe even a cover on my face," Niesenbaum said. "Once you start tearing a plant open, that's where problems arise."
An invasive force
Niesenbaum said he considers giant hogweed one of the most "troubling" invasive plants in the area. Its behavior mirrors that of most other invasive species, he said.
Pennsylvania, for example, was once largely covered by an intact forest. Logging and land development, he said, altered not only the physical appearance of the state, but also its ecological makeup.
"There was no way these invasive plants could get a foothold because they don't thrive in the shade and they'd be outcompeted by the native plants," Niesenbaum said. "But we essentially fragmented all of our forest and cut down the trees that surrounded our rivers. Under the highlighted conditions, which removed competition, [invasive species] can basically colonize and proliferate without being controlled."
In developed areas, like sites along railroad beds and canal paths along rivers and state parks, he said his team often sees ecosystems composed of 90 percent non-native species. Though the research is still being conducted, he said his team suspects non-native plans are driving receding plants to extinction.
These introduced species, such as purple loosestrife, are often able to tolerate harsher conditions, grow earlier in the season and have high reproductive rates, producing millions of tiny seeds that allow them to spread rapidly and colonize areas, Niesenbaum said.
And because they often lack the predators present in their native lands, invasive species can often take over at rapid rates. Without biological controls, they can outcompete other plants and decrease plant diversity.
"We value biodiversity just like we value diversity in human populations or art collections or in the library," Niesenbaum said. "To have a force that's human-induced -- like the introduction of a non-native plant -- which reduces native diversity is problematic."
Due to environmental changes like global warming, Niesenbaum said problems we're seeing in the Lehigh Valley and other parts of the world mean communities and organizations need to make policy decisions about whether...
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