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Let’s talk about oils again. This time we will leave the area of cooking oils and the healthy fats we should include in our diet, and instead we will focus on the use of oils on the skin. Most of us probably picture oily skin, acne, shiny foreheads, blackheads, and clogged pores when talking about using oils on our skin. Some of us may even think “no way am I putting oil on my face!” But you would be missing out on probably the most effective skin care method that is available. Skin type is actually something we can change, it is not like a blood type - you are not born with dry skin and you don’t have to live with dry skin. Our skin type changes throughout our life (sometimes even throughout the year) based on many factors including diet, hormonal imbalance, weather, or stress. Products we use on our face play another major role. In the previous article in this series we learned how certain foods affect our skin, and also how certain ingredients in the products of the mainstream skincare industry hurt our bodies - some by adding to our toxic load, and others ...
I used to be obsessed with makeup. And when I say obsessed, I mean really MAC-Chanel-Dior-obsessed. I never left the house without a full face of makeup, or at least heavy eye makeup. I was twenty years old, had perfect skin, and a lot of money to invest in expensive products, and plenty of free time to play with them. There were days when I was able to spend hours in front of my vanity mirror, painting my eyelids with unwearable colors, wiping it off and doing it again, watching hundreds of makeup tutorials on Youtube, and spending all my money on the most expensive makeup and skincare products. I had no other hobbies, my marriage at that time was already falling apart, so my life, time, energy, and money were completely consumed by colorful eyeshadows, sparkly powders, and vampy lipsticks. I was one of those women who say: “I am not doing this for men, I am doing this for me, it makes me feel good about myself.” Little did I know back then that I was tricked into ...
We have previously discussed skin and it’s function, so let's just take a brief moment to highlight some key information. Our skin is a powerful, yet vulnerable, protective shield covering our whole body, and its condition is very often a reflection of our overall health (particularly of what is happening in the gut and liver). It only takes 26 seconds for a substance to be absorbed by our skin into the bloodstream, and it absorbs everything - oils, toxins, harmful chemicals, dyes, makeup, aggressive cleansers, etc. Our protective layer is also covered with all kinds of friendly bacteria and microbes that are a part of our microbiome, and therefore a huge part of our immune system, so compromising skin health means also compromising immune health. Every day, our skin has to deal with many stressors, including temperature changes, toxic load, soaps/sanitizers, minor injuries, and/or mechanical ...
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