Introducing Batch Tracking for Dynamic Krill Oil: A New Era of Transparency and Quality

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Head shot close up portrait happy elderly senior woman looking at camera, holding glass of fresh water and pill. Smiling mature grandmother taking vitamins, enjoying daily healthcare habit at home

At Stonehenge Health, we understand the importance of taking supplements and knowing exactly where they come from and their benefits. 

That’s why we’re excited to announce an innovative new feature for Dynamic Krill Oil, one of our most popular products: batch tracking

Starting March 22, 2024, every new bottle shipped of Dynamic Krill Oil now includes an industry-leading traceability feature on the label. 

You can now verify our sourcing transparency by scanning the QR code and entering the batch number printed on the bottle. This will allow you to locate where your krill oil originated in the pristine waters of the Antarctic Ocean.

Trace Your Krill; Trust Your Source

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With our new batch tracking feature, every bottle of Dynamic Krill Oil opens up a story—the story of where and how we source our high-quality krill. 

This feature is more than a tool; it’s a window into our dedication to transparency, quality, and the health of our customers. 

You deserve to know more about the products you choose for your health, and we’re here to provide that information clearly and honestly.

Here’s how it works:

Step 1: Find your batch number

Dynamic Krill Oil bottle

Every bottle of Dynamic Krill has a batch number printed on the label.

Step 2: Visit our website

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Scan the QR code printed on the bottle with your smartphone or visit our website’s Dynamic Krill Oil product page. 

Scroll down until you see the batch number tool. It will display the current batch number highlighted in yellow and a map of the Antarctic Ocean.

Step 3: Enter your bottle’s batch number

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Type in the batch number from your bottle and click the red “Display Location” button. A pin will appear from the exact spot in the ocean where the krill in your bottle was harvested.

Our Commitment to Transparency

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Transparency in the ingredient sourcing process is not just a policy at Stonehenge Health; it’s our promise to you. 

You have the right to know exactly what you’re putting into your body and where it comes from. 

Our new krill source batch tracking feature for Dynamic Krill Oil embodies this belief, offering unparalleled insight into the journey from sea to bottle. 

This level of transparency ensures that our customers can trust the quality and efficacy of our products, reinforcing our commitment to health, well-being, and ethical sourcing.

Why Ingredient Quality Matters

Krill Oil in gel capsules

In a market flooded with health supplements, the quality of ingredients differentiates the beneficial from the ineffectual. 

High-quality ingredients mean better absorption, more potent health benefits, and fewer contaminants. 

For krill oil, this means sourcing the krill in pristine waters, minimizing exposure to pollutants, and maximizing the natural benefits of Omega-3s.

The Essential Benefits of Omega-3s

Stonehenge Health Krill Oil

Omega-3 fatty acids are fundamental to our health, playing a vital role in your health, including: 

• Supporting heart, brain, and eye health*

• Helping maintain healthy joints*

• Neutralizing free radicals via the antioxidant astaxanthin*

We invite you to experience the difference that true quality and transparency can make. Visit the product page today, enter the batch number of your new bottle’s label of Dynamic Krill Oil, and discover the origin of your krill. (Valid on new products shipped after March 22, 2024. You can still test the feature using the provided batch number to see how it works.)

It’s not just about knowing you’re taking a supplement rich in Omega-3s; it’s about choosing a product that stands for quality, integrity, and health.

Stonehenge Health is more than a supplement company; we’re your partner in the journey towards a healthier life. 

Our commitment to quality, transparency, and customer well-being is at the heart of everything we do. 

Trust us to be your guide in the world of supplements, where every ingredient is sourced with care, and every product is made with your health in mind.

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9 Essential Tips To Chase Away Winter Hair Woes

older woman with long thick hair
older woman with long thick hair

Every winter, I find myself dreading the same thing: not the icy roads or even the early sunsets, but my winter hair. It’s a battle I’ve been fighting for years. As a woman in her mid-50s with thinning hair and a bit too much fallout, winter is a season that’s particularly tough on my tresses. 

Static electricity and my favorite winter hats leave it flat and lifeless, and the dryness… oh, the dryness! My once vibrant summer locks become as parched as fallen leaves, losing their shine and softness.

But over the years, I’ve learned that winter doesn’t have to be a hair nightmare. With some simple adjustments to my hair care routine, I’ve managed to keep my hair looking and feeling healthy despite the harsh weather. 

Nine tried-and-tested tips for nourishing your hair during the chilly season:

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1. Stay Hydrated

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Just like your body, your hair craves hydration in winter. Drinking plenty of water daily helps maintain your hair’s moisture levels, keeping it healthy and resilient against the cold.

2. Choose Gentle Shampoos

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Switching to a moisturizing shampoo can make a world of difference. Choose sulfate-free versions that won’t rob your hair of its natural oils, and try not to wash your hair too frequently to prevent dryness.

3. Embrace Deep Conditioning Treatments

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These are a lifesaver for winter hair. Whether you prefer store-bought conditioners or natural remedies like coconut oil masks, these treatments provide an extra moisture boost your hair will thank you for.

4. Try Protective Styling

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Winter winds can wreak havoc on your hair, causing breakage and split ends. Protect your locks by wearing them in braids, twists, or updos. These styles also prevent tangling and further damage.

5. Limit Heat Styling

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While reaching for the hair dryer or straightener on a cold morning is tempting, try to embrace your natural texture whenever possible. If you must use heat, remember to apply a heat protectant first.

6. Get Regular Trims

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This helps to keep those dry, split ends in check. Aim for a trim every 6-8 weeks to keep your hair looking fresh and healthy.

7. Tame Static

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A small amount of hair oil or a leave-in conditioner can work wonders in controlling static-induced frizz. You should also switch to satin or silk pillowcases – they’re gentler on your hair and can help reduce static.

8. Consider Biotin and Zinc Supplements

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These nutrients are key for maintaining healthy hair. They can be particularly beneficial when your hair needs extra help staying vibrant and strong in winter.

9. Add Essential Omega-3s

Dynamic Krill Oil supplement

These fatty acids are essential for a healthy scalp and hair growth. Adding a quality omega-3 like Stonehenge Health Dynamic Krill Oil to your routine can help combat winter dryness from within and soothe a dry or irritated scalp.*

Remember, every head of hair is unique, and what works for me may not work for everyone. But by trying these tips, you might find your own winter hair care routine that keeps your locks luscious all season long. Happy winter, everyone!

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Skin SOS: 7 Steps to Revive Your Skin After Summer Sun Over-Exposure

elder woman happy on grass in the sun with a hat
elder woman happy on grass in the sun with a hat

Ah, the sun’s warm embrace on our skin – it’s sheer bliss! But I confess I often forget about the consequences until it’s too late. Now that summer has drawn to a close, it’s time to face the music: crepey, dry skin is making its presence known, and my arms, legs, and neckline are proof of that.  You see, it’s common to experience crepey, dry skin at the end of the summer season. Those summer months bring higher temperatures and increased sun exposure into the picture. Prolonged exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays leads to dehydration and the breakdown of collagen and elastin fibers in the skin, contributing to a crepe appearance. And as if that’s not enough, our skin takes a hit from spending time in chlorinated pools, saltwater, or air-conditioned environments, further sapping its moisture and leaving it dehydrated and flaky.

7 Steps for Tackling End-of-Summer Crepe Skin

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1. Hydration Is Key

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Begin by hydrating your body from the inside out. Drinking plenty of water helps keep your skin plump and become more moisturized. 

2. Exfoliation

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Incorporate gentle exfoliation into your skincare routine to remove dead skin cells and encourage cell turnover. Be cautious not to overdo it, as mature skin is more delicate. You can find numerous exfoliating products in stores and online, including body scrubs, exfoliating gloves, loofahs, and chemical exfoliants like alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) or beta hydroxy acids (BHAs). Choose the one that suits your skin type and preferences. 

3. Moisturize Daily

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Invest in a rich, hydrating body lotion or cream. Applying it daily can help lock in moisture and improve skin elasticity. The best types of moisturizers to hydrate skin are those that are rich in emollients and humectants. Look for ingredients like glycerin, hyaluronic acid, shea butter, and ceramides, as they help to lock in moisture, repair the skin’s barrier, and provide long-lasting hydration. 

4. Sunscreen for All

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Summer may be over, but it is still essential that you protect your skin from UV rays. Extend your facial sunscreen habit to other exposed areas. Apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen to your arms, legs, and décolleté before stepping outdoors if they are going to be exposed to the elements. 

5. Cool Showers

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Opt for lukewarm or cool showers if you can do it. Hot water can strip your skin of its natural oils. 

6. Body Oils

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Consider incorporating natural oils like coconut or jojoba oil into your skincare routine. Using a moisturizer and body oil together can provide a dual benefit by replenishing moisture and sealing it in, helping to hydrate and nourish dry, crepey skin deeply.

7. Nourish Your Skin from the Inside

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Your skin is a living, breathing organ. Treat it right with a diet rich in antioxidants from fruits and veggies, which can help combat free radical damage that ages the look of your skin. 

You can even dabble in skin-loving supplements like Vitamin C and Omega-3 fatty acids.

Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and plays a critical role in collagen production. Collagen maintains skin’s elasticity and firmness. Collagen production drops as we age, leading to sagging and crepey skin. A quality Vitamin C supplement like Stonehenge Health’s Dynamic Liposomal Vitamin C can help support collagen synthesis and helps combat the effects of sun damage caused by free radicals. The result is healthier and more resilient skin.* 

Omega-3 fatty acids maintain skin hydration, support a healthy lipid barrier to prevent moisture loss, and enhance overall skin health, including texture. While omega-3s are found in plant sources like Brussels sprouts, spinach, flaxseeds, and walnuts, seafood remains the best source. Studies show that most people do not get enough omega-3 from their diet. Stonehenge Health’s Dynamic Krill Oilwhich packs 320mg of omega-3 fatty acids, promotes firm and radiant skin.*

Treating end-of-summer crepe skin isn’t just about looks; it’s self-care in action. So, embrace the journey to healthier skin, savor the lessons, and let your radiant self shine through. Remember, it’s never too late to pamper your skin!

There you have it – your guide to tackling crepey skin at the end of summer. Go forth, be fabulous, and flaunt your beautiful, well-nourished skin with pride!

Stonehenge Health Dynamic Lipsomal Vitamin C supplement
Stonehenge Health Dynamic Krill Oil supplement

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.