Unlike other organs skin is visible to us daily. The cosmetic industry invests copious amounts of money in advertisements, product production, packaging, and promotions.
However, when looking at your skin it is critical to think beyond the vanity of beauty and try focusing on what this external organ is telling you about your internal organs along with what the purpose of truly healthy skin will do to protect the entire body!
2. It protects the entire body from harmful bacteria, mechanical, chemical, and thermal damage.
3. The external skin protects our internal body from ultraviolet radiation (UV Rays) while at the same time it serves as a site for Vitamin D synthesis.
4. This is also the site at which toxins can enter or exit and electrolytes such as potassium and sodium is excreted.
1. high quality topical products,
2. adequate daily consumption of pure water (1/2 your body weight in ounces),
3. eating a well balanced diet consisting ideally of organic food (80/20 alkaline/acid ratio),
4. proper quality and quantity of nightly sleep,
5. daily exercise,
6. avoidance of harmful habits such as smoking and excessive alcohol consumption.
If you have a skin condition autoimmune in nature such psoriasis, eczema, or vitiligo, it is imperative to consider implementing the above lifestyle changes along with incorporating regenerative dietary supplements into your daily health regimen including Serrapeptase as a natural anti-inflammatory and high quality probiotics.
To obtain high quality facial products follow the links below.
Naturally dry skin → Pangea Organics for Dry Skin
Naturally oily skin → Pangea Organics for Oily Skin
Combination skin → Trilogy Normal to Combination Skincare
Sensitive skin → Trilogy Normal to Combination Skincare
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