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Detox Tip 1. Water

Tue, 08/01/2013 - 23:59 -- Name: helen

To understand why you're doing this and what effect it will have on your skin please read my previous blog 'What Has Detox Got to do With Your Skin?.'

Water is your body's most important nutrient.  To quote Dr. Erno Laszlo "Water...if it weren't already invented, I would have had to invent it myself."

What Has Detox Got to do With Your Skin?

Fri, 04/01/2013 - 07:09 -- Name: helen

First of all, happy new year.  Hope you all had a good one and enjoyed the season of indulgence.  I know I did.  Right, back to the business of skin.  What does a detox and a healthy lifestyle mean for your skin?  Well let’s think about your body as a whole first.  You are what you eat, yes?  And your body can only run with what you give it, yes?  Put good stuff in and you feel more energised and happier.  Put bad stuff in (and I’m sure we all have over the silly season,) and your body will run low on energy, you’re tired lethargic and a bit cranky.  Now take that down on to a cellular leve

Which Sunscreen to Use? Pt. 2

Thu, 27/12/2012 - 22:48 -- Name: helen

You may have seen SPF’s (Sun Protection Factors) reaching the heady heights of 80 or even 100, but trust me, an SPF 15 or 30 has the same protection power as the higher numbers.  The great thing is that the chemical content is lower with an SPF 15 or 30 than it is anything above the 30 mark.  You should top up your sun screen every two hours to have full sun protection, whether that be an SPF 15 or a 50.  So why would you bother with the higher number if there are more chemicals present?  The answer is don’t bother.  You may actually be doing your skin more harm than good with the high chem

Which Sun Screen to Use? Pt. 1

Thu, 20/12/2012 - 07:41 -- Name: helen

I can’t let you go off for the summer without giving you just a little lecture on being sun smart.  Obviously covering up from the sun during the hottest part of the day (11am to 3pm) is the best way to be sun smart and avoid getting burnt this summer, but this isn’t always appropriate.  To use a sun screen is the best way of being sun safe and feeling free to enjoy the summer.

But which sun screen to use??????????

The Balance of Sun and Vitamin D

Thu, 01/11/2012 - 09:48 -- Name: editor

Vitamin D deficiency is a growing problem in our modern society.  Nurses are seeing more cases of Rickets, the age old bone softening disease that was thought to be caused by the fashion of covering the whole body in clothing so as not to catch disease and poor nutrition.  Mothers passed on the deficiency of vitamin D to their babies. 
 

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