Skin Cleanse: The Simple, All-Natural Program for Clear, Calm, Happy Skin
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From skincare expert and founder of the thriving organic skincare line SW Basics comes a comprehensive yet simple guide to switching to an all-natural skincare regime.
As savvy consumers, we’ve become all too aware that products labeled as “healthy” and “all-natural” are actually full of processed ingredients. But what about the “natural” face wash or “organic moisturizer” we use on our skin every day?
Like prepackaged food, many beauty products don’t deliver the benefits they promise, and that eye-catching packaging camouflages a host of unhealthy ingredients. In Skin Cleanse, skincare expert Adina Grigore teaches us how to move to a true natural regimen, because when you detox from your skincare regimen, your body reaps the rewards.
Skin Cleanse helps readers diagnose and understand the underlying causes of their individual skin problems and offers all-natural recipes—using inexpensive ingredients that can be found at the grocery store to treat them effectively.
From learning about how diet and lifestyle factors affect the quality of your skin to examining what is in the dozens of products we use every day, Grigore helps you take control over what goes on your skin and shows you step-by-step how to develop healthy habits that will last a lifetime.
they are. How to incorporate greens into your diet: Here are a few of my favorite greens, as well as simple ways to prepare them. NETTLES: If you’ve ever touched fresh nettle, you know it can sting your skin. This sting, it turns out, seems to have a healing effect: nettles can be used topically to treat eczema and skin rashes. While your skin turns red and can start to hurt, the nettle is actually calming inflammation both topically (like your eczema) and internally (like your arthritis). If
glowing, and smooth, but a shield all the same. The truth is, your skin belongs to the incredible, interconnected whole that is your body. Its health is as much a part of your general well-being as the health of your brain, your liver, or your heart. SO LET’S TAKE A moment to understand and appreciate this outer covering of yours! Your epidermis is the top layer of your skin, and it contains four types of skin cells. Keratinocytes produce keratin, a fibrous protein that guards your body
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