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The Skin is the largest organ on your body. I feel like its my duty to myself to know about my health and learn about the best way to take care of my skin. These are just a few things I thought was cool about skin and also some cool information about materials and substances used in some skin products.

DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN ANY PICTURES NOR PHOTOGRAPHS ON THIS BLOG. All pictures/photography will have a link to the site that I got it from! Also, I AM NOT A DOCTOR OR DERMATOLOGIST! ALL OF THE INFORMATION IS FROM MY PREVIOUS EXPERIENCES WITH MY OWN SKIN OR FROM THINGS I HAVE RESEARCHED ABOUT SKIN!

Thank you and enjoy!

29. December 2013

You know I realized a lot of my friends don’t understand that healthy skin is also a product of a healthy lifestyle! A lot of people are asking why they can’t have nice skin, but they aren’t trying to take care of their health only their outer appearances.
Your health shows in your skin!
Go out for a run and soak up some sun! Go out and move! Eat a salad instead of that hamburger!
Or if you don’t eat, then eat! If you are anorexic and you see discoloration in your skin, it means your body is utilizing the pigments in your face for energy because you aren’t eating enough energy for the body!  And of course there are other factors that are involved but your inner health is also important and should not be forgotten! Happy new years everyone!

Face Mapping is not always correct, but it might be able to explain persistent break outs on your face depending on where you break out.  It doesn’t always explain persistent acne because other environmental factors may affect your skin.
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6. December 2013

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So, tea tree oil is commonly used on to treat many skin problems.  But did you know, Tea Tree oil was originated in Australia.  Interestingly enough, Tea tree has healing properties for skin and wounds. Its leaves are used to make tea and antiseptics to treat wounds, cuts, and other skin infections. Tea tree helps with ringworm diseases (which are forms of skin diseases), softens calluses, heals cuts and scrapes, helps with bug bite itching , acne, dandruff, etc.

Cool. Right?

Story of the Tea Tree. Apparently, native aborigines of Australia bathed in a “magical lagoon” to heal burns, cuts, and skin disorders.  Well, the Magical Lagoon was surrounded by tea trees, and the leaves would fall into the water, which literally created a Tea tree bath or a healing bath for the aborigines. 

Picture from http://www.accidentalearthmother.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/tea-tree-2.jpg

6. December 2013

So, I guess I’m creating this blog to show how interesting skin really is.  In no way am I a doctor or a dermatologist, but I thought it would be cool to show different things I have learned about skin from previous experiences and things I have researched. So, I don’t know everything about skin or health, so if you have any questions about breakouts or products to use I will try to give my best advice, but the best suggestion is  asking a doctor or dermatologist for more information about how it may react with YOUR skin.  what works on your skin may not work on mine.