Skin

The Skin You Are In

It is important to remember that you absorb everything you put on your skin Read More

The Big Three

Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda and Coconut Oil for skin care Read More

Social Media and Body Image – Part 1

Humans are social creatures, no doubt about it. We thrive in the company of others Read More

Nature’s Guide to Beautiful Hair

Today, we change our hair with the latest fashion trends and we switch hair color like we would change socks. Read More

Mineral Balance

The most general signs of mineral imbalance relate to problems in the sympathetic and the parasympathetic nervous systems. Read More

Nutrition for the skin

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). Read More

Oil cleansing

Here is the thing: our skin naturally produces oils. This is a fact nobody can change. It is a natural process intended to keep our skin moisturized and protected, not dry, flaky, and feeling tight. Read More

Why Should I Use Toxin Free Skin Care?

Start replacing all the toxic things in your life with toxin-free products, and live a better life. Read More

Skin Health Nutrition by Dr. Perricone

Dr. Perricone’s research has demonstrated that we can control inflammation in our bodies Read More

Personal Story About a Serious Skin Disorder

Personal account of Maureen’s own decline and subsequent full recovery from a debilitating auto-immune disorder called scleroderma. Read More

Sunscreen Health Warning

Unfortunately sunscreens DO NOT block UVA light, the kind that penetrates deep into the skin. This is the form of UV most responsible for cancer. Read More

Sunblock Increases Cancer Risk

Remember never to get burned, that is the key. Remember also never to use sunscreen, another key. You can creatively use your clothing to block the sun’s rays during your buildup time. Read More

Skincare Ingredient Glossary

All Information You Need To Know About “Skincare Ingredient Glossary” Read More

Rosacea

Rosacea is the term that has been given to an acne-type condition that is most predominant in women on their cheeks. Read More

Psoriasis Simplified

Severe cases may involve large areas of the body with frequent recurrences. Psoriasis most commonly affects people between the ages of 15 and 50. Read More

Prescription for Aging Skin

Research have shown that the “Inflammation-Aging Connection” is the single greatest precipitator of aging. This cellular-level inflammation triggers free radicals which damage cells. Read More

Psoriasis Risk Factors, Prevention & Tips

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Heparin for Burns

The use of heparin therapy has dramatically changed the course of severe burn therapy. Patients are now going home in a month instead of three months. There are no ugly permanent burn scars. Read More

EFAs and Skin Health

The result of this imbalance of EFAs in the skin is dryness, dandruff, eczema and psoriasis-like inflammatory skin conditions, acne, cracked heels, toxic deposits in the skin, skin damage, and increased risk of sunburn and skin cancer. Read More

Eczema Risk Factors & Tips

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Eczema and Psoriasis: Ease That Itch

Some sufferers have described eczema as “the itch that rashes” and others say when they sweat, it feels as though acid is being poured on them. Read More

Eczema & Psoriasis Wellness Tips

Long-term exposure to a dry climate with a low relative humidity can cause psoriasis to worsen. Many people experience lessening of symptoms after exposure to sunshine during the summer months. Read More

Acne Cure -Is it Possible?

Acne is a condition of the skin in which hormonal levels have become imbalanced and too much oil or sebum is being produced. Read More

Acne and Milk Connection

Reducing or stopping milk intake may be an important part of an acne regimen. A popular acne treatment program does recommend a dairy-free diet (Perricone, 2003). Read More