The study followed up on almost 30,000 women over a 20-year period.
Joshua Tree Skin Care (JTree) offers a collection of organic lip balms, healing salves and face sticks designed for those who lead an active outdoor lifestyle. Originally established in a small town outside of Joshua Tree National Park, JTree's healing salve immediately gained a loyal following among the rock climbing community. As the word spread to cyclists, runners, hikers, skiers and gymnasts, JTree added additional items to keep their customers outside, on the go and doing what they love.
From its new home in Southeast Michigan, JTree's team of on-the-go climbers, cyclists, runners and skiers continues to research and develop potent herbal products that heal skin after tough workouts and protect it from the effects of harsh natural elements.
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Joshua Tree Skin Care products are my go-to for on and off-water skin care. Whether I’m needing sun protection, pain relief, blister love, or a shower, I put some JTree on it, and I’m good to go!
This spring brought about new adventures as I patiently waited for my shoulder to heal. My adventures started in February with my first day on skis, pole-less. March came, and I was able to check a few places off my backcountry hit list: Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Washington and Broken Top.
Easter egg hunting on Mt. Washington (Photo: Lizzie Rubado)
Line choice is key at Broken Top (Photo: Molly Jones)
This summer brought about a pretty rad hit-list:
- BC Bike Vacation (Whistler, Squamish, Pemberton)
- Plains of Abraham
- Oakridge, OR
- Ashland, OR
- McKenzie River Trail/OLeary, OR
- Falls Creek, WA
- Siouxon Creek-Huffman Peak
- Gunsight-Surveyors Ridge, OR
- Tahklak Lake brews and views
- Climb and camp near South Sister/Camp Lake
- Ski Mt. Adams, WA
- Paddle, paddle, paddle
- Run or bike around Mt. Hood
- Paddle Lava Island Falls in Bend, Oregon before the end of the summer
- Coast camp-out
- Regain full shoulder ROM
- Weekend in a fire-tower
- Clendenning self-support kayak trip in BC
- Race pedal-bikes
Enjoying the local trails: Gunsight- Dog River
Plains of Abraham, Washington
New to me this year is pedal bike racing. More specifically racing of fun, squishy, super-rad mountain bikes in the Oregon Enduro Series. My first race took place on home-turf in Hood River, Oregon, followed by races in Bend, Oregon and Cold Creek, Washington. Turns out it’s pretty fun and generally awesome. So is the JTree that keeps me from getting ridiculously sunburnt at said races.
I’m off to Ashland this weekend for race #4 of the 5 race OES series… wish me luck!
The edit above represents my training in preparation for The Collegiate Kiteboarding Association's National Championships. This fun and uplifting edit depicts a college kiteboarder's lifestyle of training, traveling, and fun, while on road to Florida Atlantic University becoming the number one school in college kiteboarding.
Sponsors: Best Kiteboarding, Joshua Tree Skin Care, CKA, Boca surf cam
Filming: Sean Buell, Chris Bobryk, Dylan Foster, Deserea Cooley
Edit: Bret Sullivan
Song: Changes by Faul, Wad ad, and Pnau