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Using Condition for Total Hair Health


We need to condition because winter is just around the corner. This is the time of the year when our hair tends to get drier and thinner and begins its seasonal shed. Like plants, our hair and body’s respond to the cycles of the season, and as the days grow shorter and the nights get cooler, our hair responds with added shedding and the occasional split end.

Dry indoor heat and harsh windy days can combine to make your hair and scalp flakier and more fly-away, than usual. One way to combat these signs of the season is to use CONDITION formula regularly and to leave this rich, nurturing hair treatment on for a bit longer than usual, before rinsing. Read More…

Phylia TIP – Moisturizing Winter Skin Mask

Phylia Tip - Moisturizing Winter Skin Mask

As we move into the winter months, our skin and hair can suffer from the cold weather, freezing wind and lack of moisture in the air. We’ve come up with a way to battle the winter blues with a homemade winter skin mask made of natural ingredients that you can find in your own cabinet and a few added spritzes of our Connect formula and a dropperful of our Fulphyl.

The result is smooth, clean and happy skin! Read More…

Connect as Facial Mist & Make Up Prep


At about this time, deep in late summer, the heat and daily grime begin to take their toll on our both our hair and our faces. Skin can often become clogged, flushed, or dry in the dog days of August and early September and so we love using our bottle of Connect, as a key tool for our scalp and hair health, but also as a frequent cooling, healing mist for our dehydrated and overheated facial skin. Read More…

Spring Hair Tip



With the recent Vernal Equinox comes warmer weather, sunnier skies, bulbs bursting with tulips and daffodils and trees finally about to open new buds. For your body, this moment of the year is also an active time of renewal and growth. Winter stresses can cause scaly, overheated, undernourished skin and the driest hair of the year, which is why it’s important to take stock of the your body’s current state and take the time to nourish and relax.

Now is the time for renewal, be it through internal cleanses, experimenting with new forms of exercise and meditation, or just finding the hours to pamper yourself a little bit extra at home. It is also time to take a close look at your hair and skin and see exactly what it might need, as the weather and our lifestyles, change with the season. Read More…

Fulvic Acid and Livestock Health


Our line utilizes fulvic acid for both hair and skin health and our drinkable Fulphyl fulvic acid formula works from within to heal and renew. We’re constantly amazed by the new information we discover about this miraculous compound. Fulvic acid contains an incredible array of free-radical scavengers, antioxidants, nutrients and enzymes. It is a cell renewer and detoxifier, it helps to strengthen immune systems and balance and restore the body.We know that it is potent remedy not just for our own bodies, but for the soil, plants and animals as well.

Fulvic acid, it seems, is a healer of all living things.

To learn more about this compound, we culled information from various agricultural and animal husbandry studies which further confirm fulvic acid’s potency. In one detailed case study conducted in the Japan, Mr. Tokioka, a poultry farmer with 30 infertile hens, fed his chickens a rice bran mixture fermented with fulvic acid formula. Read More…

Debunking Hair Myths #1


Okay! We are ready to dig in, do our research and set the record straight!

These days there are just far too many myths and rumors about hair care, all floating around in cyberspace, a whole lot of, “do this” and “do not do that”, making it very, very difficult to define the fact from the fiction. To tackle this problem, we’re going to start regular addressing MYTHS on our blog – all the untruths – revealed.

For this first post, we want to start with biggest and most obvious hair care myth, Read More…