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Jen H.

Sandy, Utah
I am a happily married, mother of five daughters and slightly obsessed beauty blogger. I love to discuss health issues and particularly skincare concerns.
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Healthy Ways to Clean Your Hair and Scalp: Shampoo Bars by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health After many years of using conventional shampoos and hair styling products, I was left with hair that felt dry and resembled straw. And the super sad thing about it was, I ... Read on »
"Hair washing without a Bottle? Try a Shampoo Bar!" by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health Jen Hill : Ever tried a shampoo bar? Most store-bought shampoos are simply too harsh for your hair. Originally posted on Mythbuster Beauty : ... Read on »
Drink up! Rooibos Red Tea for Beautiful Skin by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health Looking for a natural beauty boost? I’ve got a simple, super healthy (and inexpensive) way to do it. Rooibos tea. Drink Up! Skin and Health Benefits from Rooibos R ... Read on »
Please Help ME! Making Peace with your Hair by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health Last week I received an email and the subject line said, “PLEASE HELP ME!” and read as follows: Hi Jen, I really need some help and I was wondering if you coul ... Read on »
Face forward! It’s about Progression by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health “Wherever you are right now, with anything and all things:  your health, family, relationships, career, hopes, dreams, and searching for the answers to the questi ... Read on »
Beauty and the “Big Green Purse” by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health Jen Hill : Bringing back an eco-principled beauty post this Throwback Thursday!! Originally posted on Mythbuster Beauty : Tuesday April 22nd ... Read on »
Question your personal beauty regimen. by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health While some may view me as a bit extreme, I really don’t feel that way. I still think I have a long way to go when it comes to natural, healthy living, and do my best. Look ... Read on »
Then and Now: so… what changed? by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health So… a new mantra of mine is, “it’s progression, not perfection.” Here is a list of some of the changes that have directly/indirectly affected my beauty regimen: ... Read on »
Back at It! MythbusterBeauty.com by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health Let’s be smart and make things a bit more simple. Exciting idea, isn’t it? Being a woman with sensitive skin and naturally curly hair, cosmetics and skin ca ... Read on »
Oils for Oily & Blemish Prone Skin by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health Skin Myth: The use of all oils should be avoided if you have oily or blemish prone skin. While it is true, there are some oils that should be avoided if you have oily ... Read on »
Are you blocking the UVA? by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health Are you blocking the UVA? While we have all heard of the benefits from using a daily sunscreen (anti-aging, avoiding skin damage and cancer), it is good to note th ... Read on »
Best of SkinMedica Skin Care Giveaway by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health Hi all! Feeling pretty psyched right now, just got word from SkinMedica that I can give away two of my favorite items from their line – no kidding! If you are looking ... Read on »
Antioxidants for Your Skin: Good or just good hype? by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health For the past several years the buzz word for not only your health but for the health of your skin has been antioxidants. As far a marketing goes, this one word holds more ... Read on »
Rx or OTC: Which Retinol is right for you? by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health For the treatment of acne and aging, retinols are often recommended and considered a highly valued skin repair cream.  A cousin of Vitamin A, the main benefits of retinoid ... Read on »
Out of the Vase and Onto Your Skin by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health As an expression of love, flowers are given in abundance. Did you know that in addition to essential oils that are extracted from flower petals, flower essences can be a ... Read on »
Mid-length trend for Spring – but with socks? by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health Mid-length is the last word for Spring, or is it? Read on »
Curly Girl? New Book Reveals New Tips & Tricks by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health Hot off the press curlies! The new edition of Lorraine Massey’s “Curly Girl” is here. Massey’s book was my true inspiration for leaving brushes, sulfate-shampoos, and ... Read on »
One Step Anti-Aging Wonder? Boske Molecular Repair by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health You may ask me,  “Jen, do you ever try a product you don’t love?” “Uh, yeah.” I have a big box filled to the brim with various creams, lotions and potions that com ... Read on »
January’s rough, dry skin needs a MiraCell by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health From what I gather, and this comes from the spot-on daily weather reports from my Facebook friends and family from across the country, it seems like we have all been hit p ... Read on »
Picture Perfect Holidays: Jan Marini Exfoliator Giveaway by Jen H. Posted in: Blog Posts in Skin Health Wanna be picture perfe ct for the holidays? Smaller pores & silky smooth skin are promised while using the Jan Marini Instant Refining Exfoliator – enter to win before 12 ... Read on »