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The beauty of natural skin care

The all natural skin care ManukaRx products are crafted from Manuka oil grown, distilled on the East Cape of New Zealand
by Manuka Research on June 24, 2019
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Magnesium Bath 101: Everything You Need to Know

Magnesium Bath 101: Everything You Need to Know

There’s a good chance you’re not getting enough magnesium through your diet – and that has a devastating effect across the body. Can a magnesium bath help?
by Manuka Research on September 19, 2018
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Top 10 Home Remedies for Dry Skin According to Reddit

There's no better forum for talking about skin care than Reddit's Skincare Addiction: real answers from real people.

We took a look at a few Skincare Addiction threads for dry skin and these are the best solutions we found – some of them might just surprise you.

by Manuka Research on June 18, 2018
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You're Missing Out If You Don't Use These 15 Natural Skin Care Tips

Why is flawless skin so hard to achieve? Chances are your skincare routine and lifestyle choices could use some revamping. From diets to face masks, this list has something for everyone of all skin types and ages. You deserve to look your best all the time and these natural skin care tips can help you do just that.
by Manuka Research on June 18, 2018
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Ready to Say Bye-Bye to Dry Skin Patches on Your Face for GOOD

Ready to Say Bye-Bye to Dry Skin Patches on Your Face for GOOD?

Dry skin patches on your face are embarrassing, painful, and itchy. Whether you've suffered from dry skin for a long time or are suddenly bombarded by dry skin patches, you need solutions that work for YOU. Everyone's skin is unique. Here's how to identify where your dry skin comes from and target it at the source.

by Manuka Research on June 18, 2018
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How manuka supports skin barrier health

How manuka oil ointment supports skin barrier health

Skin is the largest organ in the body. The skin barrier performs an essential service in keeping us healthy and alive. While protecting us from outside threats, such as bacteria, it also has a far more important job: keeping moisture inside our bodies. Water is vital to keep our organs running optimally, and the skin barrier supports this.

by Manuka Research on June 18, 2018
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