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Safer, less expensive, and easy-to-use natural skin care can be as easy as opening your kitchen cabinet, coupled with a few minutes of preparation. Healthy, radiant, glowing skin is something every person wants. Yet, few of us even think to use what's really the best for out skin: natural skin care products.

From the day we are born, our skin requires much care to remain smooth and healthy.

Each year, millions of dollars are spent chasing after perfectly healthy, ageless skin. The environment, stress, and less than healthy eating habits, all play a major role in the quality of your skin. The answers to achieving radiant, glowing complexion are within arm's reach. Many of the items in your kitchen right now can provide natural skin care that's even better thank those expensive, chemical filled products that cost an arm and a leg.

 

Skin Care Throughout Life

It begins with soap to keep us clean. Then, there are creams, powders, and ointments to keep diaper rash from our bottoms. During the first few years of our lives, our skin will do well with soap for cleaning and the occasional lotion or cream for moisture. Then come the teen years. Our raging hormones bring out the oily skin, the pimples, and a host of other conditions.

 

It's important to understand that everything that comes in contact with our body affects our health and the condition of our skin. That's why choosing natural skin care products and ingredients is important. The liver filters the toxins and poisons from the food we eat, but whatever we place on our skin is directly absorbed. This includes deodorant, lotions, gels, cleansers, toners, make-up, perfumes, and more. As we age, our skin becomes more sensitive, and we need to be even more careful with the beauty treatments we use.

 

Simple Solutions for Better Skin

Here are a just a few natural skin care solutions for you to try. You'll be very pleased with the results:

-once a week, rub your skin with baking soda while in the shower, for a smooth, silky feeling. You can also do this on your face to remove black heads.

-fresh tomatoes are great for the oily areas of your face. (Please make sure to try the tomato juice on your arm first, as your skin may be sensitive to it). Rinse thoroughly immediately after using the tomato juice.

-for a great moisturizer try olive oil: this healthy fat is good for you, and is great for your skin. You can also use it to soothe sunburned skin.

-vinegar can work wonders for smelly feet and armpits. Mix water and vinegar 50/50, and use in place of deodorant: it will keep the unpleasant sweat smell away, without any irritation. As for your feet, if you suffer with athlete's foot, a week of vinegar foot bath will help a lot, sometimes completely getting rid of your condition.

 

-egg yolk mixed with honey makes for a really great mask: put on your skin, leave it on for 20 minutes, and rinse off. Excellent for sensitive skin. Honey gives a tingling/ticklish sensation, so if you are sensitive to that, use the egg yolk alone.

-another use for egg yolk: for those with eczema, use it instead of soap. It doesn't smell great, but it will heal your damaged skin.

-a great treatment for dry skin is avocados: mash it, smooth it onto your face, and rinse off after 20 minutes.

Lastly, make sure you drink 8 glasses of water every day to keep your skin cared from the inside out.

 

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Natural Skin Care Products: Out with the New in with the Old?

 

Natural skin care products are changing rapidly - one minute it's all about AHA's (Alpha Hydroxy Acids), the next it's dead sea products, then... some other fad is sure to strike any minute now. Natural skin care products are no longer clearly defined and are undergoing critical review in terms of their 'natural' components. Many companies are promoting their products as natural, however adding isolated substances, although extracted from natural sources, is not what is meant by natural skin care or natural personal care products.

 

Wildcrafted Herbal Products is a well-established holistic, natural skin care company that has withstood the temptation of jumping on this bandwagon of including isolated (naturally sourced) ingredients in their products. Over its 20-year history, Wildcrafted Herbal Products has seen many other competitors come and go, just as quickly as the fads themselves.

 

"Susan is passionate about getting the ingredient mix right", explains Danny Siegenthaler, a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine and co-owner of Wildcrafted Herbal Products", "she never looks for the easy option, or the fashionable approach. It's always got to be the best and purest no matter what. Susan literally agonises over which ingredients will work best together to achieve a desired result."

 

Almost every day we hear another new word for a product that promises to make you look younger or reduce the signs of aging. Most of these words are pure fiction and not found in any dictionary. They are simply designed to make the viewer think 'if this substance or name is any indication, it must be good'.

 

This could not be further from the truth, because rarely are these ingredients new or have any magical power to make your skin look younger or reduce wrinkles or do anything much more than nourish your skin. "Herbs and Essential oils have so many active ingredients that have a physiological benefit on the skin, we don't need to add isolated extracts and concentrates to our products", explains Susan. "As soon as you use an isolated ingredient you loose the other beneficial and balancing components of the herb or fruit and that defeats the purpose".

 

"Wild Yam extract for example has phyto-hormones that will be absorbed by the skin to work at the cellular level. You don't need to extract these hormones, give them some 'fad name' and than try to pretend it is something new in order for them to work." Susan believes that the philosophy of herbal medicine has well and truly stood the test of time and if understood and applied correctly, there is no need to include isolated extracts from plants in skin care products to make them more effective.

 

"I have seen so many patients' skin conditions revert back to where they've started after they stopped using expensive, so called 'natural' skin care products, all because these isolated ingredients do not work in the long term and are usually only effective while you use them; in other words, they treat the symptoms not the cause." Susan continues, "herbal extracts and essential oils, which are combinations of many ingredients that effectively work together and enhancing each other, have the capacity to repair the skin on a cellular level and will bring long lasting and on-going benefits. It's no more complicated than that." Says Susan. "I really believe, that sticking to the 'old', tried and true principles of herbal medicine is what has made our natural skin care products so successful and effective, and I see no reason to change our approach."

 

Danny Siegenthaler is a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine and together with his wife Susan, a medical herbalist and Aromatherapist, they have created Natural Skin Care Products by Wildcrafted Herbal Products to share their 40 years of combined expertise with you.

 

Chemical Free, Natural Skin Care - How Can You be Sure?

People are having adverse reactions from their skin care products and our bodies are getting bombarded with potentially toxic substances it can not eliminate.

 

"Wildcrafted's philosophy of utilising medicinal herbal extracts, pure essential oils, fruits and vegetables in their natural state has proven to be successful", says Susan Siegenthaler, medical herbalist and co-owner of Wildcrafted Herbal Products. "Wildcrafted originated in my clinic over 20 years ago, where I saw the need to formulate holistic, natural skin care products for my patients with skin disorders. Right from the start I knew that only a holistic, natural skin care product would be of any use to the many patients with skin problems and that's why I've never included 'fashionable' ingredients in my formulations".

 

Wildcrafted Herbal Products have been actively taking part in educating the general public and informing them of the potential dangers of not reading the labels carefully and just buying their skin care products based on advertising slogans and marketing strategies which are often misleading if not down right false...

Below is the report (in part) which was aired on Channel Seven's Today Tonight:

 

Expert warns of toxic cosmetics

REPORTER: Glenn Connley

BROADCAST DATE: September 21, 2005 - viewable at: http://seven.com.au/todaytonight/story/?id=24679

Expert warns of toxic cosmetics

A toxicologist has warned consumers to avoid certain additives in cosmetics, saying they could do long term damage or even be deadly. From moisturiser to shampoo, hair dye to toothpaste, Australians are using lotions and potions daily, trying to look better, younger, smoother and softer.

But what exactly are we asking our bodies to absorb? Toxicologist Dr Peter Dingle said many of the cosmetics that are meant to make us look good and defy age, were actually doing significant, long-term damage. He said chemical additives, often used in creams as a preservative, could trigger dangerous - even deadly - allergic reactions.

 

"Over the long term, these are not improving the quality of your skin, they're damaging the quality of your skin," Dr Dingle said.

"So you're going to end up looking older and more wrinkled, the more of these chemicals you put on the skin. That's the incredibly ridiculous thing about it."

 

Eve Diamante had a bad reaction to a sorbolene cream, usually renowned as a simple, safe product. After a burning sensation, Eve frantically washed her face in cold water to ease the pain."The water was drying out my face and it even started to bleed along here, if you look in the photos there's quite deep cracks and it started to bleed," Eve said.

 

"My eyes were swollen, I had a red face, but the funny thing was I had a red line to where I didn't put cream." Eve consulted a dermatologist, who discovered she'd reacted to a chemical preservative known as chlorocresol. It took two weeks and a layer of skin to get Eve back to normal.

 

"All my skin peeled off and that took the heat off my face," Eve said. "I still looked quite wrinkly and red." Melanie Brown's cleansing mousse freebie didn't feel quite such a bargain when her skin reacted violently after just two applications."It looked swollen," Melanie said. "It was very red, scaly, it had little white pimples forming on top of the redness and it felt awful, it was burning and itching and it just felt terrible."

 

Leanne Black, 30, reacted to a foaming gel which she said turned her clear complexion into a spotty, inflamed nightmare. "I just thought it was something I'd eaten or drank, but it wasn't and it continued to get worse and worse," Leanne said. "And I got some peeling on my nose and cheek areas, and when I put moisturiser on, it would sting quite a lot." Neither Leanne nor Melanie were sure which ingredient caused the reaction.

 

Cosmetics manufacturer L'Oreal insisted its products met all Australian safety standards, but Melanie claimed she was not the only one to have a problem with the cleansing mousse."I'm a member of an online forum for women, Vogue Australia, and there's a whole thread dedicated to just this product and the reaction that a lot of women are getting is identical to what I had: the redness, the inflaming, there was one woman that woke up with her eye fused shut," Melanie said.

 

While chemical preservatives were found in many foodstuffs and cosmetics these days, doctors said people were now also more susceptible to allergies. Either way, Dr Dingle said many of the chemicals were unnecessary. "There is no need for all these chemicals," Dr Dingle said. "One, you can make simpler products. Two, you can make safer products and just by reducing the number of chemicals that go in people are going to be exposed to a lot less chemicals." No matter what the label promises, consumers were advised to test a small amount of creams or cosmetics on their hand or wrist before smearing it elsewhere.

Comment:

This is what we at Wildcrafted Herbal Products have been saying now for 20 years and is the reason why all our skin and personal care products are formulated by a medical herbalist and Aromatherapist, and why only herbal extracts and pure essential oils (as opposed to isolated, extracted active ingredients) are used. After all, you don't add a beat-carotene tablet to your salad instead of a carrot, do you...?

 

Also be careful of terms such as hypo allergenic, which are marketing terms and really have no meaning what so ever - you can be allergic to anything, even the most natural, purest form of a substance - peanuts are natural, possibly even organic, but if you're allergic to them you will have a reaction, which could kill you. It's that simple.

In some brands of Natural skin care, Natural can mean the addition of one natural ingredient to a cocktail of 'un-natural' chemicals; Organic can be as little as 1 per cent organic content...

Doctor Dingle named a danger list of ingredients to avoid.

1. Formaldehyde, an industrial chemical linked to burning eyes, nose and throat, rashes, coughing and nausea.

2. SLS, or sodium lauryl sulphate, which can reportedly affect the brain, eyes, heart and liver.

3 and 4. DEA and TEA, di- and tri-thanolamine, used as wetting agents in creams and shampoos, linked in research with stomach, oesophagus, liver and bladder cancers.

5. Propylene glycol, used as a humidifier in cosmetics, which has been connected with liver abnormalities and kidney damage.

 

"Sometimes its just the combination of chemicals," Dr Dingle said. "And there are so many combinations that it's just impossible to actually pick out a chemical that could be causing the problem." In Anna Bragaglia's case, the chemical was PPD, or paraphenylenediamine, used in hair dyes.

 

"My son came into my room early in the morning and he just looked at me and he started crying, and he said 'Mummy, what's wrong with your face?'," Anna said. Anna had put a burgundy tint through her hair at her hairdresser. Within a day, the swelling and pain was unbelievable, she said."I think people need to be more aware of the dangers because it has become a society where everyone's high on looks and everything like that," Anna said."So I really think that people need to look into that, read more about it before they start using products which are available from the supermarket shelf and chemists."

Take a look at: My Article entitled 'Chemicals in skin care' - This article contains a long list of chemicals commonly found in popular skin care products and you should definitely avoid them.

 

Danny Siegenthaler is a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine and together with his wife Susan, a medical herbalist and Aromatherapist, they have created Natural Skin Care Products by Wildcrafted Herbal Products to share their 40 years of combined expertise with you.

Dry Skin - Prevent Dry Skin by Adopting The Right Skin Care Regime.

Intake of adequate fluids become very important as the dehydrating effect of heating needs to be over come and excessive loss of moisture needs to be replaced.

 

Simple daily routines, such as bathing and towel drying, may actually promote dry skin. You may wish to modify your bathing routine to help preserve your skin's loss of moisture. Bathing provides the skin temporary moisture, but it removes the skin's 'Acid Mantel' and in the long run causes more moisture loss than gain, particularly if you use commercially manufactured soap, which by nature has a drying effect on the skin.

 

The correct skin care regime to counteract dry skin is crucial and the following steps are suggested:
Do not wash, using soap, as it dries out your skin! - Instead, use an exfoliant, such as the 'Skin Renewal Gel' from Wildcrafted Herbal Products, followed by a cleanser (Wildcrafted's Hydrating Cleanser is ideal) to keep your skin from drying out unnecessarily. Apply a toner to prevent loss of moisture from your skin - This step is often neglected by many, yet it is a very important step, especially if you have dry skin. Toning lotions, for example Wildcrafted's 'Milk of Roses Toner' provides essential oils and herbal extract that help to close the opened pores and prevents loss of moisture.

 

Moisturise, moisturise, moisturise. - This cannot be stressed strongly enough. Moisturising will not only nourish your skin, but it will help to reduce loss of moisture even further, thus preventing dry skin, as well as repair damaged skin. Wildcrafted's Papaya Day Crème, for example is a good illustration of using essential oils and herbal extracts to re-hydrate the depleted skin and nourish it to help protect is from loss of moisture.

 

Most commonly, teenagers are most likely to be affected by oiliness of the skin a however, hormonal changes, such as pregnancy, puberty, menstrual cycles etc., can affect the sebum secretions of the skin and result in oily skin. Although, generally with age the skin tends to become dryer, oily skin can still be a problem even during the middle stages of life, often referred to as 'middle age acne'. The up-side of oily skin is - it ages more slowly.

 

Dry skin can also be itchy and become very sensitive, resulting in eczema and dermatitis. The prevention of excessive loss of moisture to prevent dry skin is important to prevent further complication of dry skin. Symptoms such as itching, flaking of the skin, cracking and scaliness all point to you having very dry skin and this requires attention. You will seriously need to look at the amount of water you are not drinking, as this is beyond just using a good skin care regime. Water needs to be consumed at 3 litres per day, no less, because that is what the body uses to maintain proper metabolism. So whether you are physically active or not, you will need to provide the body with at least 8-10 glasses of water every day to prevent your skin from drying out.

 

Of course if you are physically active, you will need to considerably increase this amount to replace the water loss through sweating. Making sure you have sufficient mineral salts in your diet can also help to prevent dry skin. I am not referring to Table Salt, but the salts present in celery and other vegetables. As you probably know, sweat is slightly salty and these are the salts you need to replace. Celery is a vegetable high in mineral salts and should be included in your salads and sandwiches.

 

In conclusion, combining a high quality natural skin care regime with an adequate water intake and a diet high in vegetables, which contain mineral salts and trace elements will help you to combat dry skin.

Danny Siegenthaler is a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine and together with his wife Susan, a medical herbalist and Aromatherapist, they have created Natural Skin Care Products by Wildcrafted Herbal Products to share their 40 years of combined expertise with you.

Oily Skin - Prevent Oily Skin by Adopting The Right Skin Care Regime

Genetic - Genes can be such that your parents passed on 'the oily skin gene' to you and that is just the way it is. But you don't have to resign your self to having oily skin. The right skin care regime will help to balance the pH of your skin and help you achieve a more 'normal' skin type.

 

Dietary -

This is one area where you can have a strong influence. You choose what you eat and what you eat will affect your skin. Eat oily, greasy foods and your skin will reflect that. Eat healthy foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables and your skin will reflect that too. Some vegetables are particularly good to help balance your skin and help reduce the oiliness of your skin.

 

Some include:
Greens and fruits; drink Yarrow Tea; add Cucumber, parsley, Cabbage, Tomato to your cooking and salads.

 

Hormonal -

Hormones influence your skin to a great extent. The birth control pill can cause some women to develop oily skin, while in others it can cause dryness of the skin. You should talk to your health professional about your concerns if you suspect your birth control pill to be causing you oily skin.

 

Pregnancy related -

Pregnancy is a time when your body goes through a number of hormonal changes, these will tend to normalise themselves after birth, however, using a good quality, natural skin care regime can give you considerable relief while your pregnant and wish to get your oily skin under control.

 

Cosmetic products -

Make sure your cosmetic products are natural, synthetic and artificial products have a habit of causing all sorts of skin reactions, apart from making your skin oilier than it already is.

 

Climatic -

Hot, humid climates tend to cause oily skin. Again you can counteract this by using a high quality natural skin care regime and drinking lots of water (in excess of 3 litres per day).

 

Skin Care for Oily Skin
First, let's look at what NOT to do:
Do not wash your face more than once or twice a day. Do not use soap to wash your face. Do not use strongly astringent products (products that leaf your face feeling dry and dehydrated).

 

Now let's look at what TO do:
Use a complete, natural skin care regime.
Two or three times a week use a deep cleansing mask specifically formulated for oily skin. Wildcrafted's Green Earth Medicine Facial Clay has been specifically formulated for oily skin and includes ingredients such as Green Clay and Niaouli Hydrosol which are beneficial in treating your oily skin. Wash your face no more than twice a day using a natural pH balanced cleanser. Wildcrafted's Lemon Cleanser uses ingredients such as essential oils of Lemon and Lavender blended with Jojoba oil to cleanse, freshen and restore your skin.

 

Use a toner that is appropriate for oily skin. Wildcrafted's Wild Herb Toner makes use of Witch hazel and Juniper Berry, which condition and tone the skin, while Grapefruit and Niaouli invigorate the skin prior to moisturising. Use a moisturiser designed specifically for oily skin. Wildcrafted's Avocado Day Crème contains wholesome oils like Wheatgerm and cocoa butter that moisturise and hydrate the skin without leaving a greasy feeling and essential oils of orange blossom and lemon to cleanse and soothe. Use your natural skin care regime every single day. Ensure your diet is very high in vegetables and very low in fatty foods. Drink plenty of water each and every day!

 

Danny Siegenthaler is a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine and together with his wife Susan, a medical herbalist and Aromatherapist, they have created Natural Skin Care Products by Wildcrafted Herbal Products to share their 40 years of combined expertise with you.

 

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