Caring for your skin
Healthy Skin Care
By Dr. Kee
Beautiful skin comes from within. I spend a lot of time educating about the benefits of supplements, sunshine, diet and lifestyle to help vitiligo. Skin is a reflection of our general health. Imbalances on the inside show up on the skin.
A holistic or whole body approach to healthy skin includes caring for your skin beyond applying a topical cream. Think about detoxifying the skin every day, with nutrient-dense soaps, exfoliating scrubs, pigment-producing creams and detoxifying dry brushing.
Dry brushing your skin has so many health benefits, including sloughing off dead skin and debris, increasing circulation and improving lymph fluid flow. Dry brushing bring bodily toxins to the skin’s surface. We remove a third of toxins through the skin. Every time we sweat, we are drawing toxins out of our bodies.
Healthful skin begins with a glass of water upon awakening, which helps to flush out toxins that have settled in overnight. Before showering, take the time to dry brush for health. It only takes about 5 minutes to dry brush your entire body. Going in a clockwise motion, dry brush your hands, arms, shoulders and neck, working in the direction of the heart. Make sure you brush your back, in the same clockwise circular motion toward the heart. Then start on your lower limbs and feet, moving upward from the soles of your feet to the ankles, shins, knees, thighs and buttocks, all in a circular motion. Do not dry brush your face.
After dry brushing, take an invigorating shower with pure and natural soaps that contain healing herbs and essential oils, without artificial colors or additives. Rinse well with water cooler than your bath.
Large jar of nutrient and essential oil-rich body butter that includes Omega 3 fatty acid oils, nourishish shea, avacado and mango butters and other nature based nutrients to ensure ageless, blemish-free, glowing, silky skin.
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 28 June, 2011.