The skin is the body’s largest organ and is often called "the third kidney" because of its importance in the body’s process of detoxification. Daily your body regenerates new skin cells leaving many of the dead ones still on the body. The brushing of the skin helps the skin regenerate more efficiently allowing the load on the kidney and liver to lessen.
While it may seem counterintuitive to slather on the grease or cleanse with oil to resolve a pimple, purer oil-containing products have single-handedly revolutionized the skincare market – and it’s about time. Still skeptical? Read on for the truth behind oil cleansing with Melisse Gelula, co-founder of Well + Good.
Collagen is the most abundant form of protein in our bodies, responsible for the elasticity in our skin, hair, and nails, important for its healing gut benefits, and ease of mobility in our joints and muscles. As we age its production slows, making it that much more important (and desirable) to supplement – but we are no longer limited to bone broth.
The -cones look and feel amazing when applied, but don’t be fooled - they wreak havoc on your skin.
September’s bountiful harvest has exactly what our skin needs to recover from the summer sun. Whip up this homemade facial for a warm autumn glow.
How to use the season’s freshest, ripest, and most nutritious fruits to glow from the inside out.
Deborah Burnes teaches about summer skin health protection.
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Your skin is your body’s largest organ — it deserves to be heard.
Here are some tips to keep your skin beautiful this winter!