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The body is made up of over 100 billion cells, each composed of fats and proteins. Carbohydrates give those cells energy. Such three elements are necessary to support the body's basic health. But, those nutrients alone don't make your skin and body safe. For optimal performance and a balanced appearance, the body also requires vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. These nutrients help restore skin damage, build structures to protect it, preserve moisture, and prevent disease. Of starters, collagen is the key structural component of the skin, and the body cannot do it without vitamin C. If you don't consume vitamin C-rich foods such as bananas, lemons, and strawberries, the skin can lose its hard strength and begin to relax, shrink and wrinkle.
The use of detergents can favor the appearance of pathologies of different natures or worsen those that already exist. The most common are contact dermatitis and to follow allergic dermatitis. The former is caused by continuous contact with detergents. As a consequence of the irritating power that detergents exert, the latter may depend on some elements that make up the detergent itself. Furthermore, continuous contact with water and soap can macerate the skin and alter the skin surface, creating conditions favorable to the onset of bacterial and fungal infections. Contact and allergic dermatitis can occur even when wearing clean clothes. Also, if washed and rinsed well, chemical residues remain imprisoned between the fibers of the fabrics themselves. Itching and redness are indicative manifestations of the suffering of the skin towards the chemicals contained in the detergent
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Homemade Soap Making Recipes:
Organic Skin Care:
When you choose organic skincare, you are choosing products whose ingredients work with the sophisticated natural systems of your skin. Given the right nutrients, our skin has the ability to care for and mend itself. Our bodies use nutrients absorbed not only through food, but also through the skin. It is medically understood that what goes on your skin absorbs into your bloodstream and is carried through your body. Why is it that we are far more scrutinizing about what we put in our body than what we put on it? You have probably thought about the benefits of eating a healthy diet. It makes you wonder about the effects of all the chemicals in the skin products that you are slathering on and rubbing in.
Keep reading to find out which products to use in your day to make your skin look beautiful and feel great.
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