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When Life Gives You Lemons

“Lemonade! Come get your Lemonade!” is what many of us yelled when we were younger and wanted to earn some money. I bet as a child you didn’t know that those lemons you used to make that lemonade are actually good for your health. Well they are, and they can help you in many other ways as well. They are very helpful for around the house and you can use them as a beauty component. No wonder why people used to give lemons as a gifts to kings.

Lemons have a tart taste to them, but they are very good for you. Since lemons contain Vitamin C, lemons help keeps your immune system stay strong, and lower your blood pressure. Lemons can also boost your metabolism, by helping you regulate your bowel movement. Lemons also carry Vitamin P which helps strengthen your blood vessels. Lemon has also been discovered to have 22 anti-cancer compounds. These include limonene that slows down the growth of cancer tumors and flavonol glycosides that can stop cell division in cancer cells.

After using that lemon juice in your water, you might as well use the rest to freshen up your house. You can use lemons as both an air freshener and a cleaner. You can clean up your sink by using it on the faucet, in the garbage disposal, or on any stains you may have on your sinks with them. You can clean your wooden cutting board by using salt and lemons. As well as your microwave, by using a microwave safe glass bowl, squeeze some lemon juice in water. The lemon water will boil and make those cooked on spots come right off with a towel.

With seeing how helpful lemons are so helpful, it’s no wonder that lemons can be a beauty component. If you ever want to lighten up your hair you can use lemon juice. With olive oil, raw honey, and lemons; you can make a conditioner that is great for dry and damaged hair. If your nails are weak, grab a bowl filled with lemon juice and soak them for 10 minutes, then place them in a mixture of water and vinegar. Lemons also help with removing excess oil from your skin, remove scars, lighten blemishes, and reduce acne.

A company that actually has a whole line dedicated to the extracts of lemons, is Clear Essence. Clear Essence Vitamin C line is made with a blend of Vitamin C, emollients, extracts of lemon, licorice, ginseng, gentian, aloe, green tea, and sea kelp. It treats excessive pigmentation due to medication, pregnancy, cosmetics, hormone imbalance, and sun exposure. For more information go to And remember when life gives you lemons, you are unstoppable.

Carter14Getting ready to welcome a baby into your home may require a lot of planning and possible changes in daily routines. All this planning may consist of choosing the perfect color for your baby’s room and finding the perfect furniture to match your baby’s needs. At the top of the list of course is taking measures for keeping the baby warm and nourished. Your baby’s skin care is just as important. Baby skin is delicate and may be prone to rashes, dryness, and skin irritation. Keep these tips in mind when providing care for your baby’s skin.

Try not to give too many baths!

There really is no need to wash your baby every day. In fact, giving them a bath everyday may cause your baby’s already susceptible skin to be more prone to rashes and dryness. To avoid giving your baby too many baths, usually a quick wipe with a damp cloth does the job… at least until they decide to rub spaghetti sauce on their cheeks.

When it is time to give them a bath, opt for two to three baths a week in warm water. This can help prevent rashes and dryness that may occur with baths.

Use Chemical Free Products

Since it is still developing, your baby’s skin is still very vulnerable so it is very important to use chemical-free products. When giving a baby a bath, use soaps or shampoos that contain natural ingredients such as vitamin E, vitamin A, Aloe Vera, and the like.

This can also apply to your baby’s clothing detergent. Use only baby laundry detergents that are both fragrance and dye free to prevent any skin reactions that may hurt your baby.

Be Mindful of the Weather

            Your baby may be taken out to enjoy the warmth of the sun once they are about 6 months old, but it is important you apply sunscreen with at least an SPF 30. This is because babies in general have underdeveloped sweat glands, making them very vulnerable to heat rashes.

Following these three simple tips can make a big difference on your baby’s skin, at least enough to make it irresistible for some cuddling.

Clear Essence Cosmetics Staff, Renae Tate, passes out gift bags to families apart of the Black Infant Health Program.


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Clear Essence Cosmetics Gives During the Holidays


(Fontana, CA, USA) Clear Essence Cosmetics, a skin care line scientifically formulated for people of color attended the Black Infant Health Program’s 2013 Holiday Program and donated over 120 skin care samples to struggling mothers and 40 Baby Line product gift bags for their children. The event took place on December 19th, 2013 and showcased the Black Infant Health Program’s efforts throughout the year to help under privileged African American mothers living in Los Angeles, California. “Within a culturally affirming environment and honoring the unique history of African American women, the BIH Program uses a group-based approach with complementary client-centered case management to help women develop life skills, learn strategies for reducing stress, and build social support.” ( For this reason, Clear Essence Cosmetics saw this program as a deserving and well rounded charity to donate our products and time toward in support of African American women and mothers.

Clear Essence Staff, Renae Tate, poses with Dia Hall, Black Infant Health Program Coordinator.

The program included dancing, singing, motivational speakers and words of encouragement towards the Black Infant Health Program and its clients. The event hall was filled with generosity, and the same community feeling that is present in the BIH program throughout the year. Food was served and certificates were presented to the mothers that participated throughout the year to help themselves and their children sustain fulfilling lifestyles. Clear Essence Cosmetics donated over 120 skin care samples including the Clear Essence Complexion Soap, Clear Essence Medicated Fade Cream and Clear Essence Skin Beautifying Milk to give the mothers the confidence they need while supporting themselves and raising their children. Clear Essence Cosmetics also donated over 40 gift bags containing two full sized products from the Clear Essence Baby Line. These products will once again aid these mothers in providing their children comfort throughout early child development. Clear Essence Cosmetics is committed to serving its community and hopes to continue to be a part of similar efforts to support those in need.

BIH Staff and Clients

The Black Infant Health Program Staff

Babies Need Love Too!

A new infant is, of course, an amazing addition to complete any family. A new baby brings with him/her an unconditional love that is extremely hard to break. Babies are a precious gifts that you can’t help but love and cherish from the day they are born, through their horrible teenage years and then on to adulthood. The only down side that comes with a precious baby is the temporary (or in some cases long term) crying and fussiness.

Clear Essence Cosmetics has created a wonderful baby skin care product line to soothe and calm your baby so that everyone can rest peacefully. Recommended for babies 3 months and older, the Clear Essence ‘Baby Soothing Vapor Bar Soap’ is a unique vapor bar enriched with rosemary, eucalyptus, and menthol that soothes and comforts the body while gently cleansing all skin impurities. Bathe your baby with warm water while washing their body with the soap to loosen up their body. After bathing, deepen your baby’s relaxation by moisturizing and massaging them with the Clear Essence ‘Baby Oil with Lavender’. Try using any of the following tips below in addition to a warm bath and massage to ensure that your baby stays happy and relaxed.
Ways to Soothe a Fussy Baby

  1. Many babies respond positively to motion. Try rocking, walking or slow dancing with baby or vibrating the baby with rockers and carriers.
  2. Place baby in a wearable sling or carrier, and go about your business. Baby may find your proximity calming.
  3. Play soft, calming music. Dim the lights, lower your voice, and put on a collection of lullabies or classical music. Nature sounds work well, too.
  4. Change baby’s position. Some parents suggest lying baby face down across your lap, with a warm towel placed underneath.
  5. Give baby a gentle massage. Babies crave human touch; some find massages truly relaxing.
  6. Try distracting your infant with a mirror or a drawing of a human face.
  7. Lie your infant down under a slowly circulating ceiling fan. The combined motion and sound may calm her.

Along with the use of the Clear EssenceBaby Soothing Vapor Bar Soap in a warm bath, massaging with the Clear Essence ‘Baby Oil with Lavender’ and the use of a couple of the tips above, your baby is sure to remain tranquil and relieved.