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Bela makes some French milled rose soap

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Bela just made some creamy, dreamy, French milled rose facial soap. French Milled soap is a creamy delight. Ever wonder how it’s done?Watch as Bela produces a creamy, French milled rose facial bar with rose oil, aloe vera, rose petals, and organic ground rose powder, and pomegranate oil, lavender oil, and lavender buds! Oh, and we will have a limited number of these bars available on the web site soon.

Wishing For Long Nails

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Beautiful Nails with Derma Neem Nails

I was 10 years old when I had my first memory of wanting long nails. But by then, I had learned to do a really good job of biting my nails.  So good that by the age of 10, I had stumpy looking fingers, and a long line of jokes about my fingers.  A sad state for a little girl.  Since then, I just wished and dreamt of long nails.  In my 30’s  Iused acrylic nails for a few years.  My hands looked HOT and sexy.  Yes, it was costly, and the maintenance–Whoa!– it was endless but I had my beautiful nails. . .OK, they were fake and they looked fake, but I had my long nails, until I had to take them off.  More for health reasons than maintenance.

Well, I was back to my stumpy fingers. I had learned to hide my hands, because I had overheard someone say, that a person who bit their nails, was disquisting. . .well, I did not want to disgust anyone.  Then last March, I discovered Derma Neem Nails.  It sounded so easy.  Just roll the Derma Neem Nails around your nails 3-4 times a day, and with each application, the nails would grow longer and stronger.  Was that really possible?   Good Gosh, I tried things much more time-consuming.  Oh well, it was just $7.99 and nothing really to lose.  In two months, I had ten long nails and now eight months later, my nails are hard and strong, with a pretty pink color.  Today, I just use Derma Neem Nails once a day, and every few days, a clear coat of polish.  Glad I found you Derma Neem Nails!

Gloria R. San Antonio, Texas

 

Fan mail from one of our friends – Thelma

Nail Care Clinic and Facial skin tips at Speaking of Women’s Health October 26, 2011Raleigh Convention Center

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Long, strong, supple nails with Derma Neem Nails

completeEssential oils Nail Care Clinic with Bela

Bela will be demonstrating a complete nail care program that will take you from stubby nails with cracked cuticles to strong, long, supple nails at the upcoming Speaking of Women’s Health Conference October 26, 2011 at the Raleigh Convention Center.  We have been getting some great customer feedback on Derma Neem Nails and received a recent rave review from Marta Wohrle at Truth in Aging, a well established blog that does independent reviews of beauty products and cosmetics.

Bela will answer questions on complete care of the face from cleansing to moisturizing to problem areas.  She will also have the whole completeEssential oils line available and be able to answer all your questions about using our natural oils products for complete skin care, pain relief, and other therapeutic uses.  More event details below.  Come out and enjoy the event and stop by and say hello!

Get Ready to be EXCITED EDUCATED ENTERTAINED ENGAGED

at the 2011 SWH Raleigh Series!

Wednesday, October 26, 2011
“The Power of Perseverance”
Raleigh Convention Center
4:00p – 9:30p

Don’t miss it ! Mark your Calendars Now ! See you there!!!!

More details here at Speaking of Women’s Health!

Special Nail Care Clinic with Bela at Art in the Park October 1, 2011 – Raleigh

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Long, strong, supple nails with Derma Neem Nails

completeEssential oils Nail Care Clinic with Bela

Bela will be demonstrating a complete nail care program that will take you from stubby nails with cracked cuticles to strong, long, supple nails at the upcoming Art in the Park Event October 1, 2011 in North Raleigh at Cokesbury Park in Falls River.  She will also have the whole completeEssential oils line available and be able to answer all your questions about using our natural oils products for complete skin care, pain relief, and other therapeutic uses.  More event details below.  Come out and enjoy the day and stop by and say hello!

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Art in The Park

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Join us as we celebrate our second year of embracing the arts  in our Community with A Magical Day of Art in the Park on October 1, 2011,
from 10-4pm at Cokesbury Park  in Falls River:

  • entertainment all day,
  • food,
  • raffle with proceeds to benefit the USO of North Carolina – RDU Center and to provide a dance scholarship for a child to Gotta Dance,
  • even Art for  the child in you.

Whatever your pleasure, there is something for everyone at this event! Don’t miss it ! Mark your Calendars Now !

See you there!!!!

PS: You are most welcome to check out pictures of  our first year here.

Rave review for Derma Neem Nails – natural nail care

Posted on by Thelma / Posted in botanicals, Derma Neem, essential oils, herbs, nail care, natural oils | Leave a comment

derma neem nails - after

We have been getting some great customer feedback on Derma Neem Nails.

Our recent rave review from Marta Wohrle at Truth in Aging, a well established blog that does independent reviews of beauty products and cosmetics, included some great info that I would like to share with you.

As you know, Derma Neem Nails was developed by Bela when her nails and cuticles were in bad shape.  She chewed her nails.  The cuticles were cracked and painful and ripped.  There were furrows and ridges in the nails.  The ends were ragged and very short.  The nails were thin and when they grew just a little, they would break and peel.

All of this changed when she created Derma Neem Nails and started a natural nail care program.

Not too long ago, I saw a review of another nail care product from Dr. Haushka on Marta’s blog.  She had used it for a long time, hoping for a result and had no success.  It also was very expensive.

But when Marta checked out Derma Neem Nails it was a different story.  She saw immediate results and you can too!  Marta reported that “Derma Neem Nails improved matters almost instantly and a daily dab is keeping my nails looking perfectly well nourished.”

Derma Neem Nails is made with natural oils, essential oils, and herbs.  It is hand crafted in small batches from the best natural and organic ingredients.  As Marta points out  it contains emu oil, with essential fatty acids – linolenic, linoleic, oleic, and palmitic – and is highly compatible with human sebum which makes it good for hair.  Anything that is good for hair will be good for nails.  The product also is high in Vitamin E which has been shown to help make healthy nails.

We have also getting good feedback on the packaging as well.  Derma Neem Nails comes in a convenient roller ball applicator allowing no mess application and a size that easily fits in a travel bag or pocketbook.

Thank you for your orders and keep your feedback coming in!!

xxxoooxxxooo,

thelma russell - complete essential oils

Thelma

 

Basic Nail Care with Derma Neem Nails

Posted on by arabela / Posted in Derma Neem, dry skin, exfoliant, herbs, nail care, natural oils, natural skin care, olive oil, sea salt | 1 Comment

derma neem nails before picture
Here are what all my nails looked like before Derma Neem Nails. Thin, furrowed, chewed, breaking constantly. I had cracked cuticles as well. I started a nail care program that included exfoliating, treating with Derma Neem Nails, and filing.

derma neem nails - after
Here are what my nails look like after using Derma Neem Nails for a while. These are working hands without a manicure. Healthy cuticles and strong, long nails.

To take care of your nails, start off by making an exfoliant using salt and oil.  Three tablespoons coarse salt to one tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil.  Here are some acceptable ingredients.

ingredients for a basic exfoliant

Mix it up and keep it handy by the kitchen sink.

exfoliant for nails - derma neem nails

Now, anytime you wash the dishes, work in the yard, or get any harsh cleaning products or other strong chemicals on your hands, use your homemade exfoliant on the finger tips and nails.

exfoliating the nails and fingertips - derma neem nails

Rub the salt and oil mixture around the cuticles. And when you have all ten fingers done, take what is left on your hands and exfoliate your hands. Rinse off with very warm water.

Now get the Derma Neem Nails and begin by treating the cuticle.

treating cuticles with Derma Neem Nails

After treating around the cuticle, move on to the edge of the nail.

treating nail edge with Derma Neem Nails

And then treat under the the nail edge, in the gap between fingertip and nail.

treating under nail edge with Derma Neem Nails

Continue and do each nail in this fashion. When you are done, rub any excess into the fingertips and hands. Derma Neem Nails is good for your skin. It has no harsh chemicals, just natural oils, essential oils, and herbs.  Doing this can keep nails on working hands healthy and strong.

Apply Derma Neem Nails three to four times a day.  If you have been biting your nails, carry it with you and use the urge to chew on the nails as a mental cue to apply Derma Neem.  Remember, this product has oils that help penetrate so the good effect is coming from the tissue in the root and the nail bed right up through the nails.

Ouch! Natural bee sting treatment

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BeestingI was mowing the lawn. I was hot and sweaty. In my haste to finish I stepped on a yellow jacket nest! Those clever yellow jackets had made their nest in the ground! Suddenly, I was hopping… I came to my knees with pain, and then I saw those buggers flying all around me. Two more of them stung me. Who was madder—them or me! Well, I invaded their home, so I dashed into my home. In that tear filled moment, I dug into my memory bank to see what natural treatment I could use and pronto!

 

Simply, a vinegar and baking soda paste.

I applied the paste to my swelling red stings and wrapped them with saran wrap. In seconds, it cooled the pain—wonderful, no more pain. As time passed, the area got warmer, and then I did not notice the stings. The next morning I had lovely blisters filled with toxins. Good old vinegar and baking soda to the rescue. To aid my blisters healing, I found a 100% natural product online. It was called Derma Neem Serum.

From the moment I applied Derma Neem Serum, I noticed the silky formula gliding on my skin without pulling the raw skin. After a short t tingling sensation, the pain from the raw open bluster stopped.

Then I discovered that it had essential oils containing analgesic, , antimicrobial, antipyretic, antiseptic, astringent, bactericidal, , and fungicidal properties with fatty acids including Omega-9, vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, E, minerals, and protein.

No wonder it worked…WOW! What a wonderful product.

 

The blisters healed and now I am back to mowing.

Ara Bela

Natural diabetic wound care and skin care

Posted on by Thelma / Posted in botanicals, Derma Neem, diabetic, essential oils, herbs, natural oils, natural skin care, wound | Leave a comment

The photos below show a wound to the thumb from a kitchen knife – oops!  A pretty good slice.  A clean cut  but this can easily turn into a problem.

Our wound sufferer is female, hispanic, and diabetic, no makeup, and no retouching of photos.  Diabetics know that wounds can have complications and healing them quick is a priority!  Here are the steps to healing.

Wounded thumb on diabetic derma neem serum one

Here is the wounded thumb before treatment.

 

Wounded thumb on diabetic derma neem serum two

After a day or two there is some improvement.

 

Wounded thumb on diabetic derma neem serum three

After one week, the wound is closed and smooth with no remaining opening for infection.

 

Products used: Natural glycerin soaps with essential oils from completeEssential oils.  Our sufferer applied Derma Neem Serum three to five times a day as needed.  Derma Neem Serum speeded the healing process, relieved the pain and discomfort, and allowed the body to heal leaving smooth skin!  She was able to use the finger without a bandage.

Check out: Derma Neem Serum and Derma Neem Face and Body Cream

Derma Neem SerumDerma Neem Cream

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