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    Washing Your Hands Often? Try our Moisturizing Gel Gloves

    Washing Your Hands Often? Try our Moisturizing Gel Gloves

    One of the most effective ways to protect yourself from the current spread of COVID-19 is to wash your hands often.

    The CDC recommends these steps for the best way to wash and clean your hands

    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.
    • If soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until the feel dry.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. 

    By over-washing your hands, cracks and cuts can develop ironically making it easier for bacteria to enter your body. With most businesses closed around the nation, bring the spa into your own home with our NatraCure Intense Hydrating Gel Gloves. If you have dry hands, fingers or cuticles, they can become soft and supple with our dermatologist-tested moisturizing gloves. They are lined with a Medical Grade Mineral oil that has been proven effective to repair dry cracked skin.

    They are the perfect complement to the frequent hand-washing that's become an important daily activity to keep you and your family healthy and safe. 

    As the inner mineral gel lining comes into contact with your skin, they will warm up to your body temperature, releasing therapeutic botanical oils including Jojoba Oil, Olive Oil and Grape Seed Oil. After each home treatment, your hands will have a more smooth, hydrated feeling.

    The best part? You can use your own favorite moisturizing cream inside the gloves for extra hydration and smoothness. It's like giving your moisturizing gloves a power boost!

    The gloves lock in moisture with a non-breathable gel lining that steeps your hands in nourishing goodness. Just slip these comfortable gloves and socks on and wear them around the house, or wear them to bed. 

    We hope all of our customers and your loved ones stay safe, healthy and positive during this unprecedented time!

    Source: Center of Disease Control

    10 Ways to Maintain Mental Health During A Coronavirus Lockdown

    10 Ways to Maintain Mental Health During A Coronavirus Lockdown

    Millions of us around the globe are being instructed to stay inside our homes, limit trips outside, and minimize our social interaction. Everyday life is feeling pretty surreal right now. Individuals are worried about their physical health, mental health, and everything in between. Social distancing is an unnatural process for humans, but for right now, it is essential.

    Here are ten ways to maintain your mental health during the lockdown period:

    1. Keep a routine: While it is difficult to keep a routine, it is beneficial to your mental health and productivity. 
    2. Go outside: Be one with nature, get some fresh air, and clear your mind.  But be sure to practice social distancing.
    3. Clean your home: De-clutter, organize shelves, closets, dressers etc. A clean home provides a sense of control in uncertain times. 
    4. Meditate: Practice breathing exercises, yoga, and mindfulness. 
    5. Maintain your social connections: Humans are built for social interaction. During crises, humans naturally come together. While texting and social media are okay, picking up the phone and calling someone via video chat or on a normal phone call can be much more beneficial to easing your mind. Examples of video chats include: FaceTime, Skype, Zoom, Google Hangouts Video, and Facebook Video.
    6. Help Others: Giving to others can also help protect your mental and physical health. It can reduce stress, combat depression, keep you mentally stimulated, and provide a sense of purpose.
    7.  Limit News Consumption: Establish a reasonable rate of news consumption from reliable sources such as the Center of Disease Control and World Health Organization. 
    8. Eat Healthy: A healthy diet is as important to mental health as it is to physical health.
    9. Ask for Help: If you are feeling overwhelmed, reach out to a friend or family member to filter the news for you. This will allow you to limit the amount of time you are consuming the news. Remember, it is okay to not be okay and if it is out of your control, seek professional help. 
      National Suicide Hotline: (800)-273-8255.
    10. Let yourself off the hook: Things are going to out of place for a while and if you have to adjust your workout, screen time, or outdoor activity time, remind yourself it is only temporary. 


    Source: Center of Disease Control

    10 Ways to Implement Wellness At Work

    10 Ways to Implement Wellness At Work

    April is fast approaching, which means so is Stress Awareness Month. 30 full days to focus on how to cope with stress and the general threat it presents to an individual's overall health.

    Here are 10 great ways of how to promote workplace wellness:

    1. Improve Employees' Mental Health: We need to look out for one another! It starts with creating a company-wide mental health plan and offering reimbursement to see a counselor (if required) and reassuring help will be provided, if needed. 
    2. Encourage Employee Connections: People who are happy with their jobs and happy while at work often say they have strong, personal relationships with co-workers. 
    3. Organize your team for a charity event: The work place is encouraging both physical activity and a stronger sense of giving back to one's community. 
    4. Host Walking Meetings: Instead of sitting in a conference room to have a meeting, consider taking a walk around the block.
    5. Move Around: Try to move your body every hour for at least 5 minutes. Take a quick walk or do some light stretching of your arms, legs, back and shoulders. 
    6. Reward Employees for Healthy Behavior: Columbus-based Medical Mutual of Ohio upped its health and wellness incentive from $50 to $350 in 2010 and from $350 to $1,000 in 2014. Participation rates rose to 90 percent for the company’s health assessment and to 70 percent for the full wellness program. At Medical Mutual, to earn a maximum $1,000 incentive, employees have to complete an online health assessment, participate in activities such as lunch-and-learn sessions, take online educational classes and make at least eight trips to the gym each month. 
    7. Set Boundaries Between Work Time and Non-Work Time: Take advantage of the time away from the office to recharge yourself and relax. 
    8. Institute Summer Fridays: Let your employees enjoy more of their summer by offering a half day or shortened days on Friday between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
    9. Establish Designated Coffee/Tea Time: Take 15 minutes sometime during the day to grab a cup of coffee for a pick-me-up. This develops team bonding and the chance to catch up with one another and exchange stories and laughs. 
    10. Offer a Supportive Company Culture: Positive and supportive company cultures will help recruitment efforts, while helping retain top talent. Employees are much more likely to stay with their current employer when they feel they are being treated well. 


      Source: Society for Human Resource Management

      10 Tips For a Better Night Sleep

      10 Tips For a Better Night Sleep

      Sleep disorders affect more than 40 million Americans. We all can agree that when one does not receive a good night sleep, productivity goes down. In the United States, it is estimated that employers lose $16 billion in lost productivity every year. In fact, 25% of U.S. adults report insufficient sleep at least 15 out of every 30 days. 

      Why is Sleep Health Important?

      • Sleep is an essential, often neglected, component of every person's overall health and well being. Sleep is important for so many reasons. Sleep enables the body to repair itself for another day while being linked to multiple brain functions, including cognitive ability, productivity, and concentration. 
      • Sufficient sleep is imperative to fight off infection, preventing diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and obesity.
      • A good night's sleep can assist in helping an individual consume fewer calories during the day.
      • Good sleep health is responsible for more energy, better coordination, improved speed, and better mental functioning. It can even prevent depression!

      Ready For A Better Night's Sleep? 

      Here are 10 tips that can help:

      1. Sunlight or bright artificial light can improve sleep quality and the duration time of how much you sleep. 
      2. Put down your electronic devices at least 2 hours before heading off to bed.
      3. Stay away from caffeine up to 6 hours before bed. 
      4. Reduce long day time naps.
      5. Go to bed and wake up at the same time every day.
      6. Set your ideal bedroom temperature.
      7. Avoid eating late in the evening.
      8. Take a relaxing bath or shower
      9. Avoid Nicotine, completely. 
      10. Seek professional help, see a doctor.

      The bottom line is that sleep plays a huge role in your health, your productivity, and living an overall better life. If you are affected by this, make sleep your top priority and incorporate some of our helpful tips today. 



      Source: Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

      Chickpea Crust Pizza

      Chickpea Crust Pizza

      Friday night is pizza night. Stay true to your diet by creating this easy chickpea pizza recipe. 

      Level: Easy

      Prep Time: 10-15 min

      Cooking Time: 40 min

      Serves: 4 People


      Tomato Sauce:

      • 8 oz can tomato sauce or 8 ounces crushed tomatoes
      • 2 tsp of Olive Oil
      • 2 chopped garlic cloves
      • 1/2 small onion, chopped
      • Sea salt/pepper 


      • 2/3 cup chickpea flour
      • 2 tsp garlic powder
      • 1/2 tsp of salt
      • 2 tsp olive oil

      Pizza Toppings:

      • 1/2 tsp olive oil
      • 1 cup Provolone or Parmesan cheese
      • 3 oz chicken sausage or whatever topping you prefer (cut into 1/4-inch slices)


      • Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
      • Tomato SauceWhile using a large pot, heat oil over medium high heat while adding the garlic and onions and saute for 5 minutes while seasoning with salt and pepper. Add the sauce and bring to a simmer. Cover the pot and simmer on low heat until the sauce thickens. (About 15-20 minutes)
      • Crust:  While sauce is cooking, whisk together chickpea flour, garlic, salt and 2/3 cup of water. Heat the olive oil on medium heat and pour dough into a pan. Cook dough for approximately 3 minutes. Flip the crust and cook on opposite side for another 3 minutes.Transfer crust to a baking sheet.
      • Once the sauce is finished, transfer it to a food processor or blender until smooth. 
      • Pizza Topping: Spread a thin or thick layer (whichever you prefer) over the crust. Spread a thin layer of the tomato sauce over the crust leaving about a 1/2-inch border. Sprinkle on your cheese of choice, covering the sauce. Place toppings on top of pizza.  
      • Bake until the cheese is melted which is usually about 10-15 minutes. 


      Source: foodnetwork.com