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SEO vs SEM? Which benefits your small business more.

So you have a small business but are not sure how to drive traffic to your website and business.  You probably aren't a techie and overlooked smart guys so you don't have someone you can call up to explain the difference between SEO vs. SEM but you need to know which benefits your business more. Well top SEO Specialist, Gerald Long ll is here to help and answer your question.


Which could Benefit your Small Business More? SEO or SEM?

SEO (search engine optimization) is similar to SEM (search engine marketing) in respect to how they help your business, but both have very different strategies in approach to how they are used to grow your business. 

In SEO we focus on driving organic traffic to your search results, whereas SEM is paid search result traffic from the search engines. Theres several debates on which is best for your business and I’ll explain a few differences and how they can differ in your marketing goals.

Both are good for attracting customers. SEO focuses on what the Search Engines are looking for to be inlined with their search results, Google and Bing focus on delivering results with TOP quality content with easy to navigate sites for quality search users.
SEM is more of a focus on quick paid advertisments and bidding on keywords in the search to help traffic find their way to your website.

When your business is utilizing both of these strategies simultaneously you find the best results, but there are still things to watch out for as a small business using either strategy.

TIP # 1 for SEO

The Google search engines and competitiors change their algorithms (which are the calculations that drive the engine) constantly causing SEO strategies not to perform as well. Throughout time you have to continuously adjust your strategy to make your page have high rank, and waiting too long to keep up with these changes, your page will fall 4-5 pages or more behind the competition.

TIP # 2  for SEM

The keyword Advertisements are constantly being sold to the highest bidder, and depending on current events certain days your bidding can be to low to gain traffic, or worse raise your lowest bids to a price non cost effective for your business costing you unexpected expenses which could damage your marketing budget. These price movements need to be monitored at all times to ensure your getting the best effective search results, and bidding price to keep your page in way of traffic.

SEO vs. SEM whichever you choose to use has to be balanced for the best results, and understanding how they both work will help in deciding which is best for the growth of your small business.




Girl band to watch out for - Haim

Haim is an American pop rock band from Los AngelesCalifornia. The band consists of sisters Este, Danielle and Alana Haim, and drummer Dash Hutton. The group's pop sound on their studio work stands in contrast to the more rock-based music of their live shows.



The sisters grew up in a musical family, and began playing instruments from an early age in cover bands with their parents. They began performing as Haim in 2007, but did not seriously consider a professional career for some years. 

Haim have been a staple of the local indie­-music circuit for years, sharing bills with California rockers like Jenny Lewis and Dawes; opening for Florence and the Machine and Mumford; collaborating with Major Lazer, Kid Cudi and Childish Gambino.


Haim video: Forever

The sisters, Este, danielle, and Alana are gorgeous.  Danielle actually leads a guitar to Julian Casablancas' band and she also does her own. acoustic folk type deal. These gals ought to be on your radar they're doing some cool stuff "beauty within".


Dr Neha Patha researched urine test for HPV works well



Dr Neha Pathak led a team of researchers who discovered that many strains of HPV (the Human Papillomavirus which has been prove to lead to cervical cancer) can be discovered through a simple urine test. Currently 900 women a year die in the UK from cervical cancer. Her breakthrough research means that more women will opt in to regular testing, reducing the mortality rate. She was the rightful winner of Cosmopolitans ‘Ultimate Game-changer’ at their Women’s Awards 2014. Her work has also helped encourage more women to pursue science as a career.

A simple urine test can routinely spot human papillomavirus (HPV), which is linked to the risk of cervical cancer, a new analysis found.

"Our study shows that testing urine for HPV has good accuracy when compared to testing samples taken from the cervix for HPV," said lead researcher Dr. Neha Pathak. She is a resident in obstetrics and gynecology and research fellow at Queen Mary University of London, England.

The test could be done at home, and then interpreted by medical professionals, Pathak added.


Nicki Minaj wears Idan Cohen on the cover of Cosmo magazine

Nicki Minaj wears Idan Cohen on the cover of Cosmo magazine



Nicki Minaj wears a sparkling, embellished bodysuit by designer Idan Cohen for the cover of CosmopolitanMagazine's July issue, which was just releashed this past weekend. 

Designer Idan Cohen , based in Israel, showed his collection for the first time on a major runway at Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week this past February, 2015 - presenting a Fall/Winter collection of high-end eveningwear in the Pavilion venue at Lincoln Center. The designer, known for his highly coveted Bridal and Eveningwear Boutique in Tel Aviv, is currently expanding internationally and putting a strong focus on the US market. 
Below is an image of the bodysuit originally shown at NYFW (photo credit: Randy Brooke):



Sizzling Summer Tips from Silas the Stylist

Hello my Baby Boos it it's me your favorite celebrities favorite stylist, Silas the Stylist taking over Beauty Within TV New York's pages. Well lets get to it! Memorial day is here and it is that time again..summer time!  We all know that there is nothing wrong with being fashionably late, but with summer here you may want to consider being a little early.  This summer it is all about denim. Denim in all colors, textures distressed or not. (and who doesn't love a great piece of denim) 


Summer 2015 has really raised the bar in the fashion game  and if you wanna get a step up you may wanna grab yourself a pair of platforms. With a wide array of styles for men and women (yes men) you can’t go wrong . Ladies there are platform wedges and heels on the market awaiting  you, and fellas the platform sneakers are clearly eye catchers and not typically what you would think when you hear platform shoe from major designers like Versace, Prada and the popular “camper” sneaker the  hong kong inspired new school has been showing up and showing out. What better way to make a statement  this summer with a new look.

Be sure you have the essential pieces of 2015 to insure your summer wardrobe  is on point, heres a few tips to help you out so pay attention.

Floral patterns are the prints this year so ithere is nothing wrong with getting your miami vice on.

Fellas listen up!!!!! this year is all about the Cabana shirt also known as the Cuban Collar, the funky selection of prints and tones should make it easy to effortlessly look your best.  the color that you can never go wrong with is White White White…. be sure to stay stocked up on all tones and shades because you'll be needing them this summer

 2015 is a year of color extremes from subtle to bold. Some may prefer light hues and undertones of class and by bad chicas are going for the  bold color blocking as seen on Kerry Washington, Beyonce J lo and more.

Plus pay attention the old school is creeping its way back. 2015 fashion is all about the throwback looks so out with the new and in with the oldlight weight fabrics not only keep you cooler but it also keeps you comfortable and chic.  Since I am Silas the Sylist I cant leave my baby boos  without giving you some hair tips.  I know you're all trying to be fly for the memorial day shenanighans. Half of you are probably in Miami and the real bosses are probably chilling at home plotting their next takeover moves.  where ever you are, I have your last minute tips.

For the ladies dealing with a last minute hair crisis here are a few tips to help you make it through the upcoming heat and drastic hair conditions.

Short hair and pixie cuts are at an all time high and perfect for the woman looking for a new edgy doo

if you have longer tresses that you cant get under control use fabric softener sheets for static  stricken hair simply rub them through your hair and go

for  fly aways and dryness use a little amount of moroccan argan oil before styling

be sure to wrap your hair in a bonnet or silk scarf when in the gym or performing task that may cause heavy sweating , this prevents you from sweating out your style and preserving a fresh style

for the guys the the new age of fades are in full affect and for the get up an go guy try the sponge look ,  its becoming quite the trend.  Stay safe and cool. Thank you Abesi and Anissa for having me contribut- love the ever so fabulous...Silas the stylist.  Fins me on twitter and IG @silasthestylist


WE tv’s Cutting it in the ATL stars hope to inspire women to succeed

 Mushiya Tshikuka and Maja Sly are using their platform to elevate and inspire.

by Abesi Manyando

 This coming Thursday, WE TV is introducing a set of beautiful working women climbing the ladder of success through their own efforts. Mushiya, Maja, Beautii, LaKenya and Dedra star in “Cutting It: In the ATL.”  The show follows the headstrong stylists as they compete to bring in the most business and dominate the Atlanta hair game. I had the opportunity to sit down with Mushiya and Maja at the press luncheon for Cutting It hosted by the PR geniuses at 135st agency,  Saptosa Foster and Vaughn Alvarez.

If I said that the women were quite candid that would be an understatement.  These five succesful women are  strong minded, independent and ready to take the crown in Atlanta's lucrative hair industry.  They are also very clear to remind everyone that they are working women who found success through their own terms-not from men.

“We’re not just housewives,” begins Congolese natural hair stylist Mushiya Tshikuka the owner of The Damn Salon.  "That’s what makes us different. We’re smart business women making a living and providing opportunities for others.  I came to this country with a dream and I am working for my dream," says Mushiya

 Maja Sly who  seized the Atl market with her $50 Walk in Weave shop agrees. Maja changed the extension game in  Atlanta with her affordable price point. In the first episode, Maja’s pricing is the center of debate amongst other stylists who think she is depreciating the hair market. Nevertheless her businesses nearly grossed 1.5 million dollars last year and Maja wants to continue to elevate her empire with the help of other stylists. 

 “I became very focused after going through a painful divorce and I set my mind to becoming successful. It was a very difficult thing that I went through. I really hope that women will learn to not give up from my journey.  Challenges exist for us to overcome and grow,” says Maja. "We always have to learn to keep climbing and stay strong no matter what."

 Like Maja,Mushiya hopes to revolutionize the hair industry with a fierce natural hair movement.  “I want to revert women to loving themselves as they are.  There’s nothing wrong with our hair textures as black women.  We’ve been so conditioned to believe in an ideal that doesn’t accept us as beautiful without compromise so my goal is to make women love themselves and their blackness without apologies.  I’m excited that people will be able to see someone like me, with my beautiful dark skin and natural hair embracing all I am.  Through “Cuttin It in the ATL” I hope to break barriers and inspire women to let go of all the criticism that has been dumped on them so they can see all the beauty that the truly possess as black women. 

Cuttin’ it in the ATl premieres this Thursday May 21st at 10/9 Eastern time. Take a sneak peek here:

Abesi Manyando



Summer Hair Trends with Eye for Design Hair Extensions

Summer is finally here so it’s time to leave your old winter style in the cold and bring in the heat with a fabulous fresh summer hair style wearing Eye for Design's virgin remy human hair extensions! They are the best way to add volume and length to your hair to achieve help you these fabulous looks.



Curl the hair in one-inch sections all over with a curling iron. Once the curls have cooled, separate them with a paddle brush, then teased the roots for volume. The front side sweep gives it a modern and sleek edge.

Photographer: Aj Day Photography

Hair extensions: Eye for Design, Brazilian Body wave 22” Clip-ins (

Hair Stylist: Kristen White Imagery


To achieve this look curl one-inch sections of hair with a curling iron then roll them in a forward direction. Pull out the curls using a round brush and a blow-dryer. Part your hair and hold it in place with barrettes along the hairline. Hairspray the waves and use shine serum at the ends to create separation. The ends should be a little loose to create a soft and effortless look.

Photographer: Aj Day Photography

Hair extensions: Eye for Design, European Clip-ins 14” color #18

Hair Stylist: Kristen White Imagery  


Create a classic and clean top bun. Carefully pull out the outer sections of the top of the bun. Dampen the hair with sea salt spray then use your fingers to twist sections while blow drying at the same time. Wrap the hair around a half-inch curling iron, pick random sections for a more tousled appeal. To finish the look chose random bits and twist and pull the curls out loosely to create a more undone texture.

Photographer: Aj Day Photography

Hair extensions: Eye for Design, European Clip-ins 14” color #18

Hair Stylist: Kristen White Imagery


Use a half-inch curling iron to wind 1 inch sections. Curl in alternating directions. Then use pin curls to set the style. To add a final touch of “disheveled elegance” brush out the curls with a large paddle brush and then back comb parts of the hair with a  wide-toothed comb


Photographer: Aj Day Photography

Hair extensions: Eye for Design, Brazilian Body wave 22” Clip-ins

Hair Stylist: Kristen White Imagery



Created loose waves with a large 1.5” curling iron. Curl the hair section by section in the same direction. Brush out the curls into a uniformed wave.

Photographer: Aj Day Photography

Hair extensions: Eye for Design, European Clip-ins 22” color #3

Hair Stylist: Kristen White Imagery



The Fifth Annual Haiti Cherie Awards

By Mitchell Acks
The Fifth Annual HAITI CHERIE AWARDS gala was held at the Broad Street Ballroom, a former bank, located at 41 Broad Street, Manhattan, on March 27.
The organization honored Andre Berto, Karen Civil, Harriet Michel and Dr. William Pape. The Gala honorees are people engaged in making a difference in Haiti’s culture and development.
They honored Andre Berto, has a long distinguished career in boxing with 30 wins of which 22 by knockout and only three losses. He has held many boxing championships and awards such as holding the welterweight championship, bronze medal in the 2003 World Amateur Championship, a two-time National Golden Gloves champion, a two-time National PAL champion, a three-time U.S. amateur championship medalist, and also won 22 state titles in Florida. 
Besides boxing Andre is involved with the Project Medishare that help raise funds for Hospital Bernard Mevs in Port Au Prince. This is the only trauma, critical care and rehabilitation in Haiti. Others like International Amateur Boxing Association were moved by working with the IOC on their Haiti Sport for Hope Project.
Karen Civil, another honoree, has diverse roles as consultant, publicist, reporter and quasi-A&R for some of hip-hop’s top names, including Young Money and The Clipse. She created and runs the super popular online outlet,, for Lil Wayne to communicate with his fans during his current incarceration. 
She worked with Sow a Seed - a non-profit, volunteer-based organization that supports orphanages with a special focus on the welfare of Haiti’s children. Karen broke ground and began the process to build the second Project PlayWorld in Haiti and the country’s first learning landscape in Crois des Bouquets; sponsored by the Live Civil Fund. 
The organization honored Ms. Harriet R. Michel who serves as the President of the National Minority Supplier Development Council. She served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the New York Urban League and has been a Director of Triad Healthcare Corporation since 2004. She also serves as a Director of New York National Bank. 
She has received many awards such as the 2004 Enterprising Woman of the Year Award; the Executive Leadership Council’s Achievement Award; and the Legacy Award from the Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency .Ms Michel has been helping others such as a member of three United States Agency for International Development missions to South Africa and also served on the United States-Haiti Business Development Committee. She is a founding member of the Association of Black Foundation Executives. 
Dr. William Pape, Founder of Les Centres Gheskio in Haiti, which has championed education, health care, and HIV research, and has worked closely with Weill Cornell since its inception. He was also honored by the Haitian-Canadian Cator Foundation as one of 10 Haitians who have made outstanding contributions to the country. 
Dr Page, a Cornell Professor, also directs, in concert with Weill Cornell's Division of International Medicine and Infectious Diseases, a National Institutes of Health training and research program that focuses on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and diarrhea illness. Dr. Page is the lead investigator for an HIV vaccine trial that will be initiated later this year in Haiti and was honored at the United Nations.
11 Alive news anchor DeMarco Morgan was engaging Master of Ceremonies for the event. 
The well dressed attendees enjoyed the fine catered food prepared by Haiti Food and Spirits creator Chef Stephan Berrouet that created authentic and delicious Haitian dishes Chef Stephan. Many enjoyed dancing to the music provided by Wanito. 
Haiti Cherie is an annual benefit founded by Fabrice J. Armand, producer, philanthropist, native son of Haiti and current VP of GCaribbean Magazine. The funds raised by the gala are for organizations that are making a sustainable impact in Haiti. Haiti Cherie celebrates the beauty, history of the Haitian culture while honoring the resiliency of its people. For more information, please
HELP ( is a 501c3 whose mission is to create, through merit- and needs-based university scholarships, a community of young professionals and leaders who promote a more just society in Haiti. The organization provides university scholarships in Haiti for straight-A students from disadvantaged backgrounds. 
Project St. Anne ( was founded by a small group of women passionate about giving back to their community in Camp-Perrin, Haïti, situated south of Port- Au- Prince. Their objective is to provide financial support to children by assisting them with the vital need of an education.



Rising Pop Star Alus to Open up for Big Sean

Big Sean has been in every headline lately but the headline we are excited about is that the newest face in Pop and R&B, Alus is going to be his opening act next month. Straight off the heels of opening up Roc Nation's throne boxing tournament with a moving rendition of our national anthem, Alus is practicing for her big night with Big Sean at Princeton. We've been smitten by the East-Coast's latest power vocalist ever since she dropped her single "Ordinary Girl" last year  Far from an ordinary artist, Alus is a true musician and writer who plays the piano and guitar. The Jersey native is a triple threat who is already bagging endorsement deals and partnerships with the likes of Andy Hilfiger, Shape Magazine and Angel Professional Paris. Despite all of this, Alus says her priority is music and completing her EP.  "Music is my life and I feel fortunate to be able to share my love, my pain, my struggles and experiences with my fans through my songs.  My fans have become my support system and my army leading me to conquer my dreams," say Alus.

Alus walked in Andy Hilfiger's fashion show yesterday and she said Hilfiger has been a blessing.  "I always loved Tommy Hilfiger growing up I admire Andy Hilfiger. Andy works with all the major stars such as Jennifer Lopez, Nicki Minaj, Aerosmith, Paris Hilton and for him to be working with me in such an early stage in my career is humbling and exciting.  I feel very lucky  I have a great team around me," shares Alus.

When it comes to fashion and beauty, Alus says inner beauty is the most important aspect of being beautiful.  As far as her beauty must haves, Alus says "I have to  have a great perfume, good moisturizer, and a popping lipstick!"  Alus recently released an acoustic version of her "Ordinary Girl" and we love the rawness of her vocals and the fact that she doesnt' need a huge production to shine as an artist.

you can soon check out "Ordinary Girl" (acoustic here).  So come back soon.  follow Alus on IG & Twitter on @alusofficial



The stiletto nail trend


With a standing weekly appointment at my local nail salon (and an entire bathroom shelf stocked with nail polishes, pens and stickers), it's pretty clear that I'm obsessed with nail art. And while I don't allow seasons or trends to stop me from sporting a neon manicure year-round, I couldn't resist testing out celebrities' latest obsession:stiletto nails.

We bring you inspiration for the new manicure trend- stiletto trend. Though stiletto nails have been recently highlighted in the fashion world due to celebrities like Rihanna, Lady Gaga, and Fergie sporting the design.





Ashely Judd powerful essay condemning violence against women



Ashley Judd has taken on violence against women in a big way after she said she experienced misogynist hatred online.  The Insurgent actress opened up about her own experience with rape in a powerful essay published on on Thursday, Mar. 19, amid her current fight against Internet trolls.


Ashley Judd has written a powerful essay condemning violence against women in response to the terrible online comments. In the essay, she takes a stand against not only gender-based verbal violence online, but also violent actions, recalling her own devastating experiences of incest and being raped twice.

 On Mar. 17, she told NBC News that she would be pressing charges.

"What happened to me is the devastating social norm experienced by millions of girls and women on the Internet. Online harassers use the slightest excuse (or no excuse at all) to dismember our personhood," she wrote. "My tweet was simply the convenient delivery system for a rage toward women that lurks perpetually. I know this experience is universal, though I'll describe specifically what happened to me."


of being a woman who dared to share an opinion about a sports team — or anything — on the Internet. After she tweeted her thoughts on the play, she said, “Tweets rolled in, calling me a c–t, a whore or a bitch, or telling me to suck a two-inch d–k. Some even threatened rape, or ‘anal anal anal.’” 


Judd then recalled her own past, and explained why she won't stand by the abuse any longer — and neither should anyone else.

"I am a survivor of sexual assault, rape and incest. I am greatly blessed that in 2006, other thriving survivors introduced me to recovery. I seized it. My own willingness, partnered with a simple kit of tools, has empowered me to take the essential odyssey from undefended and vulnerable victim to empowered survivor," Judd wrote. "Today, nine years into my recovery, I can go farther and say my 'story' is not 'my story.' It is something a Higher Power (spirituality, for me, has been vital in this healing) uses to allow me the grace and privilege of helping others who are still hurting, and perhaps to offer a piece of education, awareness and action to our world."

This abnormal obsession with women’s faces and bodies has become so normal that we (I include myself at times—I absolutely fall for it still) have internalized patriarchy almost seamlessly. We are unable at times to identify ourselves as our own denigrating abusers, or as abusing other girls and women.

 Who makes the fantastic leap from being sick, or gaining some weight over the winter, to a conclusion of plastic surgery? Our culture, that’s who. The insanity has to stop, because as focused on me as it appears to have been, it is about all girls and women. In fact, it’s about boys and men, too, who are equally objectified and ridiculed, according to heteronormative definitions of masculinity that deny the full and dynamic range of their personhood. It affects each and every one of us, in multiple and nefarious ways: our self-image, how we show up in our relationships and at work, our sense of our worth, value, and potential as human beings. Join in—and help change—the Conversation.



Angela Simmons's Foofi Faux Fur Line Launch 


Angela Simmons, daughter of Joseph Simmons (better known as Reverend Run of RUN-D.M.C.) and niece of Russell —  Models pose at the launch event for FOOFI By Angela Simmons at  the Manhattan’s Gansevoort Hotel.


 Simmons, a vegetarian and PETA supporter, said she stopped wearing fur years ago after researching the way animals were treated .  

Love the look of  fur, but worry about being cruelty-free? Go faux!


 The 23-piece collection includes outerwear, vests, hoodies and accessories made from acrylic and polyester faux fur blends sourced in China. Done in a colorful palette and finished with a floral-printed lining, the pieces range from $150 to $495 and will be sold primarily online.  It’s for the New York City girl on-the-go; chic but playful and fun,” she said. “Something that can bring you to work, play, evening

“Modern fake fur looks so much like real fur, that moment it leaves the atelier no one can tell it’s not the real thing.  The decision certainly makes good business sense.  Vegan fashion on the rise as people are looking more for conscious clothing; basically, faux fur is - finally- no longer a faux paus.

It’s a fashion move of which we’re sure that even PETA will approve.






August Getty F/W NYFW 15

August Getty AW 2015 Collection


By: Jiovana Dawson


The youngest designer to ever show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week August Getty, introduced his Autumn/Winter 2015 Collection “The Other Woman.” Getty definitely dominated the runway with this magnificent collection and took us “Back to Black, “ with the color scheme. This collection demonstrated that this modern woman is not just “The Other Woman,” but she is also very bold and confident. This luxury ready-to-wear line not only featured one of the hardest fabrics to master, leather, it also featured designs crafted from lace, fur and velvet. The models mastered these amazing looks on the runway with an all-natural face, no accessories and their hair was slicked back. A few front row VIP attendees spotted were Whoopi Goldberg, Shaun Ross, Jerzey Dean, Sophie Simmons, Kristin Cavallari and Shanola Hampton.




Art Institute Fall/Winter show NYFW 15

MBFW Fall 2015: Art Institute

By Jia Wertz of Studio 15

The Art Institute Fall 2015 Student Show highlighted the designs of 12 students who

competed against other Ai students for the chance of a lifetime: to present their

collection at New York Fashion Week. To my surprise, the one person that stole the

show wasn’t a designer, it was Megan Silcott, a young woman who opened the show by

walking down the runway using a walker.


Megan woke up on the morning of August 16, 2012 unable to move, she was diagnosed

with a rare neurological disorder, and was paralyzed form the neck down. Since then,

Megan has been recovering in ways that doctors thought to be impossible. And less than

three years later, she walked the full length of a very long runway at New York Fashion

Week. Megan is determined to fully recover and and pursue her dream of acting or a

career in fashion. I have no doubt that this determined woman will get there. Watching

her walk the runway was astonishing, and clearly the entire audience thought so; they

gave her a standing ovation.


 The designs ranged from beautiful to strange, as all shows do at fashion week, but each

one artistic in their own way. Jesus Romero, a student from San Francisco, created his

line with Marlene Dietrich as an inspiration, and it was stunning. The gorgeous flowing

fabrics were constructed in unique yet wearable pieces. What more could a woman ask

for? Romero was definitely the highlight of this show.


A variety of ways to use Coconut Oil



Coconut Oil is one of the most unique products on the market right now.  The positive rewards it brings to your life upon use are amazing as well.  


  1. In cooking as a great oil with a high smoke point. Great for baking, stir-frys or as a dairy free replacement to butter.
  2. Moisturize- Coconut Oil has been used as a full body moisturizer. It has been widly accepted as a substitue for lotion.
  3. Added to foods or drinks daily for energy
  4. As a coffee creamer when emulsified into coffee (The only way I’ll drink coffee)
  5. On the skin as a basic lotion (or coconut oil lotion bar)
  6. In homemade lotion bars for soft, smooth skin
  7. In homemade deodorant or deodorant bars
  8. As an eye-makeup remover
  9. As a cloth diaper safe diaper cream (just rub on baby’s bottom)
  10. In making your own Remineralizing Toothpaste
  11. To lighten age spots when rubbed directly on the skin
  12. To prevent stretch marks during pregnancy
  13. To support healthy thyroid function
  14. To help increase sun tolerance and avoid burning
  15. As a naturally SPF 4 sunscreen
  16. To get rid of cradle cap on baby- just massage in to head, leave on for a few minutes and gently rinse with a warm wash cloth
  17. Topically to kill yeast or yeast infections
  18. As a delicious tropical massage oil
  19. It’s high Lauric acid and MCFA content helps boost metabolism
  20. A tiny dab rubbed on your hands and then through hair will help get rid of friz
  21. In place of Lanolin cream on nursing nipples to sooth irritation (also great for baby!)
  22. Can help sooth psoriasis or eczema
  23. There is some evidence that regular ingestion of coconut oil can help prevent or reverse Alzheimers

Tips from Wellness Mama website

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