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One of my favorite health tips drives my friends nuts when I start preaching about juicing!

 

Do you have enough time in your day to eat all the recommended fruits and vegetables that will keep you healthy and happy???

 

It's not easy! But my personal solution is MY JUICE MACHINE!

 

Look into getting a juicer for your own health boost! A juice machine is the best investment you can make for your health and happiness!

 

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Sensitive Skin - How to Take Care of Sensitive Skin, Naturally

Sensitive Skin - How to Take Care of Sensitive Skin, Naturally
By Danny Siegenthaler

Sufferers of sensitive skin do not have to go without make-up or skin care products. On the contrary, a good quality natural skin care regime will help to reduce the sensitivity over time and will promote healthy, vibrant looking skin.

Your skin reacts quickly to both heat and cold; Sensitive skin burns easily, when exposed to wind or sun

There are a number of symptoms which may help you to identify whether or not you have sensitive skin (should you be in any doubt):

 

Two or three times a week use a deep cleansing mask specifically formulated for oily skin. Wildcrafted's Red Earth Medicine Facial Clay has been specifically formulated for dry and sensitive skin and includes ingredients such as Red Clay and Rose Hydrosol, which are beneficial in treating your sensitive skin. Wash your face no more than twice a day using a natural pH balanced cleanser. Wildcrafted's Hydrating Cleanser uses ingredients such as essential oils of Rose and Chamomile blended with Glycerine and Shea Nut Butter to cleanse, soothe and hydrate your sensitive skin.

Use a toner that is appropriate for oily skin. Wildcrafted's Milk of Roses Toner makes use of Rose and Aloe Very to gently calm, hydrate and condition your sensitive skin prior to moisturising. Use a moisturiser designed specifically for dry and sensitive skin. Wildcrafted's Rose Day Crème contains wholesome oils like Almond, Olive and Jojoba oils in combination with essential oils of Sandalwood and Rose to revitalise the skin and soothes and softens irritated, sensitive skin.

 

Use your natural skin care regime every single day. Ensure your diet is very high in nuts, grains and vegetables and very low in saturated fatty foods. Drink plenty of water each and every day to help keep your skin hydrated.

 

The American Academy of Dermatology offers the following recommendations:

Choose powder when possible. Powder cosmetics are not only great at removing shine, they have very few preservatives and contain few ingredients that can cause skin irritation compared with liquid makeup. Avoid waterproof cosmetics, which require a solvent to remove them. They also remove sebum, the oily substance made by the sebaceous glands in the skin. Without this oily barrier, sensitive skin is exposed to potential irritants that can cause a beauty breakout.

 

Throw out old cosmetics. "Women should keep track of cosmetic expiration dates and throw out any items that have passed their peak," cautions Dr. Bergamo. "Old makeup products can spoil or become contaminated. This is especially true for eye products, which should also be discarded if you experience any type of eye infection." Typical life spans for cosmetic products include 1 year for foundation and lipstick, 3 to 4 months for mascara, and 2 years for powder and shadows. It also is important to wash makeup brushes and sponges regularly to remove accumulated dirt and germs that can aggravate sensitive skin.

 

Use black-colored eyeliner and mascara products. Dermatologists feel that black is the least allergenic of all colorants used in eye products. Use pencil eyeliner and eyebrow fillers. According to Dr. Bergamo, "Pencil eyeliner and eyebrow pencils are wax-based and contain pigment and minimal preservatives. They are much less likely to cause problems than liquid eyeliners that contain latex, which may cause a reaction in latex-sensitive individuals.

 

Stick to earth-toned eye shadows. Lighter earth tones, such as tan, cream, white, or beige, seem to cause less upper-eyelid irritation. "The higher concentration of pigments in darker colors, such as navy blue, can cause an adverse reaction in women with sensitive skin," Dr. Bergamo speculates.

Check sunscreen ingredients. Dermatologists recommend daily use of a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a sun protection factor 15 or higher. For women with sensitive skin, sunscreen should contain only the physical sunscreen ingredients zinc oxide or titanium dioxide. Unlike chemical sunscreens that absorb ultraviolet rays, physical sunscreen ingredients deflect the rays rather than absorb them. Use products that contain no more than 10 ingredients. The fewer ingredients in a product, the less likely it is to cause a problem.

Avoid nail polishes. Wet nail polish can be transferred to a person's eyes and face before it dries. This casual transfer can cause problems for women with sensitive skin or allergies to any of the components of the polish. Use foundations with a silicone base. Although powder is preferred to protect sensitive skin, women choosing a liquid foundation should look for one with a silicone base. Liquid facial foundations based on silicone do not cause acne, and silicone has a low incidence of skin irritation.

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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Proactive Skin Care Approach

 

It is easy to think "my skin looks fine, I'll worry about it when I am older", but that is not a sound way to view the health of your skin. A proactive skin care approach is where you adopt a skin care regime to prevent premature aging of your skin before it starts, rather than having to 'fix' problems later. If you think about it, why should you treat your skin any different from some other valuable asset like your car? Why do you get the car serviced? It is just because you want to spend some money, or is it because you need it and do not want expensive repair bills?

 

Skin Get Extra - It is pretty well known that different people get different results with the same skin care products. This can be caused by variations in body chemistry, but more often than not it’s because everyone applies skin care products differently.

 

We take our skin very much for granted and spend little time thinking about it. Maybe because of the many Skin Cancer Ad Campaigns, we will apply sunscreen lotion when going outside, but beyond that, we don't seem to spend much time looking after our skin.

 

A proactive skin care approach is no different and investing in the health of your skin is the same as investing in health insurance, care maintenance, house insurance, etc. We brush our teeth several time as day, why? - not because they have holes in them, but we want to prevent the holes and avoid expensive trips to the dentist...

Similarly, a proactive skin care approach takes the quality of skin care products into consideration, however to often we buy skin care by smell and how good the packaging looks. Neither of which guarantees a quality product. On the contrary, often the expensive, good looking products contain artificial perfumes, synthetic essential oils, chemical emollients, preservatives, and many other ingredients that have been shown to be toxic if used over a long period of time.

Natural Skin Care Products are the only way to approach your skin care regime. Natural products, not just natural ingredients that have been added to an otherwise non-natural base, are a great way to take a proactive step towards promoting and maintaining healthy skin. In addition to taking a proactive skin care approach, you should also consider doing the same with your diet. Foods that can benefit the skin will also benefit other parts of your body and promote healthy body tissues.

 

Similarly, exercise and other physical activity will promote blood circulation to the outer layers of your skin, providing it with nutrients and oxygen that will help in promoting the health of your skin. So, a proactive skin care approach while there is nothing wrong with your skin is the best way to prevent problems from occurring later on.

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.

 

Look Younger Instantly: 5 Ingredients Your Skin Care Must Have

 

When your Mom was going through menopause pretty much all she had to counter the effects of aging skin was a jar of cold cream and a frosted mirror! Not so today. Over the past decade, and particularly in the last five years, anti-aging skin care has exploded, as the lines between medicine and cosmetology have been significantly blurred. At the same time, even one trip down the beauty aisle of your favorite pharmarcy or department store can leave in you some kind of Vogue-induced catatonic state - you simply don't know what to buy!

The good news is, while products abound, you can boil your choices down to a few key ingredients which studies show can make a major difference in the way your skin looks and feels - sometimes as quickly as two weeks!

To help get you started here's a look at five of the top age-defying ingredients. So, check your product labels - and get ready to look too fabulous for words!

 

The Top 5 Age-Defying Ingredients

1. Retinol/ Retinyl Palmitate/Vitamin A

Not 'fresh picked brand new', but never the less hot as a pistol is retinol, inarguably the most clinically researched anti-aging ingredient available today. It's most outstanding feature: It penetrates deep into all three layers of skin to stimulate collagen - the substance which keeps skin youthful. Use it daily and see outstanding results in a month or less. Products to try: Serious Skin Care A-Force Vitamin A Serum with Retinol; DDF Energizing Retinol Serum

 

2 Peptides

These tiny little molicules - the building blocks of protein - are hot, hot, hot when it comes to turning back the hands of time. While a number of different companies feature peptide formulations, among the most popular is "Palmitoyl pentapeptide-3 - one of the most exciting anti-aging technology. The reason: Experts say it can do what no other compound could before - Instruct the body to make more collagen wherever the cream is applied! Try it and see plumper, firmer skin in two weeks.

 

Products to try: Olay Regenerist Serum, Regenerist Night Cream, Regenerist Eye cream; DDF Cellular Revitalization Age Renewal Cream;

 

3. Green Tea

The secret lies in a compound known as epigallocathechin or EGCG - which has been shown to be 100 times more powerful than Vitamin C and 25 times more powerful than Vitamin E in finding and destroying free radicals. These are the nasty compounds that occur during sun exposure and gobble up collagen and elastin. On the skin's surface, green tea may stop the aging process by holding a reserve of protective antioxidants in cells, and protect against UV damage of the sun. Products to try: Replenix CF Serum, Replenix CF Cream, Paula Dorf Primrose and Green Tea Night Cream.

 

4. Argireline

You may not know the chemical name, but there's no doubt you've heard the buzz about argireline (pronounced ar-ju-LEAN), another peptide complex touted as the Anti-Botox. It's also a way to get some wrinkle-reducing results without injections. While it won't be as dramatic as Botox, it works in a similar way - gradually relaxing the muscles underneath the wrinkle, so lines seem to disappear. Clinical trials show a 30% reduction in wrinkles in 30 days! And the longer you use it, the better the results! Products to try: Principal Secret's Reclaim Line by Victoria Principal; Adrien Arpel's Signature Club A Non Toxic Silicone Plus Night Formula; DDF Wrinkle Relax (highest concentration).

 

5.Vitamin C

It may sound old fashioned but the results are decidedly new age - and very anti-aging. The reason: Vitamin C helps rebuild collagen in the skin - and that means a plumper, less wrinkly complexion. The key lies in two factors. First, only the L-Asorbic Acid form of vitamin C was shown in clinical trials to penetrate deep enough into the skin to enact change. Second- because vitamin C degrades quickly once it hits the air, so look for products in sealed bottles (with an air-tight pump) or better still, individual single use topical capsules. See results in about 30 days - optimum in about 90 days. Products to try: Adrien Arpel's Signature Club A Vitamin C Capsules from Home Shopping Network; Avon's Anew Vitamin C Serum.

 

Colette Bouchez is the author of Your Perfectly Pampered Menopause: Health, Beauty and Lifestyle Advice for the Best Years of Your Life (Broadway Books, NY) and the creator of Http://www.YourMenopause.com and http://www.HotFlashMall.com

 

Daily Skin Care Regime - Why is a Daily Skin Care Regime Important?

A professional skin care regime is one of the most important parts of maintaining your skin's health. Your skin is not a smooth surface like a sheet of glass. On the contrary, your skin is more like a riverbed, full of little lumps, bumps, crevasses and holes. You can give these dermatological names such as fine lines, pores, sebaceous glands, etc., but at the end of the day the fact remains your skin is far from a flat, smooth surface.


Because of this and because your skin is a living, breathing part of your body and fulfils several major functions including temperature regulation, immune defence, protection from the external environment, etc., you will need to look after it if you wish to have it work at its optimal level and hope to have good, healthy skin into your late 70's and beyond.

 

What about the type of products I should use for my skin care regime?
You should always choose natural skin care products as many commercially mass-produced skin care products utilise potentially toxic chemicals and highly modified 'natural' ingredients. Wildcrafted Herbal Products hand makes a range of holistically-natural skin care products suitable for your particular skin type. These products are based on traditional naturopathic principles and utilize herbal extracts and essential oils to produce lasting effects. Their products are designed to benefit your skin's health for the long term and include only the best ingredients suitable for your specific skin type.


Daily Skin Care Regime
Cleansing your skin
Cleansing your skin is one of the most important steps if you want to maintain a healthy, vibrant and youthful looking skin. As well as providing the basis for an advanced skin care regime, effective cleansing can actually improve the quality of our skin, enhancing its radiance and keeping it looking younger for longer. Thorough cleansing is one of the most important steps of a complete skin care regime. Cleansing of your skin should be done morning and night to ensure the removal of surface impurities, make-up, and stale skin oils. When regularly performed cleansing will enhance the skin's ability to breathe and maintain its other important functions.


One of the best ways to do this is to make cleansing your skin part of your daily skin care regime.

 

This is how you do it:

First, moisten your face with lukewarm water. Then apply a small amount of facial cleanser. Gently spread the product over your skin, using light, circular movements. At this stage, spend an extra minute massaging the product into your face to boost your skin's circulation and help decongestion.


Secondly, be sure to be gentle, your skin is a delicate organ and needs to be treated with care and respect.

Lastly, rinse off the cleanser, using lukewarm water and pat your face dry.


If you are still using ordinary soap, STOP. You are seriously compromising the health of your skin. Throw it away and start using a quality cleanser.

Toning your skin
Toning is the second step in your daily skin care regime. These days, women often leave this step out and yet it is just as important as the cleansing of your skin or the moisturizing. It is a must include step. The one or two minutes it takes are worth every second if you desire to have healthy, vibrant skin with a minimum of lines and wrinkles. Don't leave this step out. You have just spent time cleaning your skin, ridding it of stale oils, makeup, dead skin cells and other impurities, now you have to tone your skin. A quality cleanser may contain such ingredients as clay. This helps to remove dead skin cells and other impurities, but may not rinse off totally. This is why you need to use a quality toner.

 

Firstly, it removes every last bit of the cleanser such as the fine clay particles and other residues from the cleansing process.
Secondly it will close the skin's pores to protect it from further loss of moisture, which invariably happens when cleansing your face.
Thirdly it provides nutrients and restores the pH balance of your skin.

Now that is worth spending a minute or two, isn't it?

Moisturising your skin
This is the third part of your daily skin care regime and should also be done morning and night using a day crème in the morning and a night crème before retiring. A quality moisturiser protects your facial skin from environmental damage, provides nutrients for the skin and prevents loss of moisture, thereby slowing down the aging process.

In addition, a moisturiser should help to maintain the acid mantle of your skin, which is part of your immune system and if the pH of your skin becomes too acidic or alkaline, the acid mantel is compromised.

Weekly Regime
To complete your skin care regime, you should set aside a few minutes once a week, preferably at the weekend to deeply cleanse and nourish your skin. Your weekly treats should include, the use of a Facial Mask and Exfoliation. These treatments encourage cellular repair, step up collagen production and help strengthen, tone and firm up your skin.

 

Facial Clay Mask:
Using a clay mask will help to draw toxins from your skin, whilst moisturising and nourishing the skin at the same time. There are different clays that will work for specific skin types and choosing the right products containing the clay that is most suitable to your skin type is important. There are 3 basic clays: Green, Yellow and Red.

Exfoliation
Think of Exfoliation from this perspective. Exfoliation removes dead skin cells, soothes the skin and improves its tone. Dead skin cells are the very top layer of your skin. Applying moisturiser to dead skin cells does not make sense, does it? So exfoliation, removes the dead skin cells, promotes blood circulation and helps to invigorate and prepare the skin to more easily absorb any moisturising product you apply.

 

Exfoliation also helps speed up the rate of cell turn over. Another word for exfoliation is scrubbing. Using a facial scrub at least once a week, makes your skin more receptive to creams and treatments. However care must be taken not to over exfoliate. The aim is to remove any dead cells from the skins surface without disturbing the healthy cells beneath. In conclusion, to follow a skin care regime is like taking out an insurance policy on the health and vitality of your skin. Can you afford not to follow a complete, daily skin care regime?

 

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.

 

Amazingly Simple Skin Care Tips For People With Acne

 

Are you searching for the best skin care method to correct an acne problem? There are, in fact, several "anti-acne" steps you can follow when caring for your skin. Most acne reducing skin care tips are inexpensive and based on common sense. When washing your skin, do so gently. Limit these cleanings to once in the morning and once at night. (It is also wise to wash after exercise, as well.) Do NOT use strong soap or a rough scrubbing cloth, when caring for your skin. Doing so will only make your acne problem worse.

 

Dermatologists suggest that you should avoid the use astringents unless your skin is extremely oily. If you feel an astringent is a necessary part of your skin care regiment, use ONLY on oily areas. If you have a problem with oily hair, it is helpful to wash it daily. It is strongly recommended that those with acne avoid frequent exposure to the sun and visits to a tanning salon. It may seem as though these two activities are helpful when practicing proper skin care, but that is untrue. The results of each are temporary. Sunburn or tanned skin only help to hide an acne problem.

 

Do NOT squeeze or "pop" skin blemishes. This can cause permanent scaring and the appearance of dark splotches, on the skin. (Not something you want have for the rest of your life.) Men who have acne should use care when shaving. Either an electric or safety razor can be used. Those who choose a safety razor should always use a sharp blade and soften their beard with soap and water, before applying shaving cream. It won't happen overnight, but as long as you are consistent, you will start to see an improvement. If you have acne, proper skin care is the first step to controlling the problem.

 

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Navigating the Skin Care Labyrinth 

Most consumers give little thought to the recognized allergens, probable carcinogens, hormone disrupters and synthetic industrial chemicals that have been inadequately tested and yet, can be found in the formulae of our skin and body care products, shampoos, conditioners, cosmetics, perfumes, infant body care products, etc. These products line the shelves of high-end department stores, drug stores, specialty retailers, and natural health retailers. With media reports warning of the toxic soup most of us bathe in daily, the ugly side of the cosmetic and personal care industry is on the radar of consumer groups such as The Breast Cancer Fund, Think Before You Pink, Environmental Working Group, The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, as well as concerned physicians and scientists.

 

Skin is easily irritated by detergents, cosmetics and alcohol, leaving the skin red and blotchy, with visible surface veins. The key to 'normalise' sensitive skin is to use a good quality, natural skin care system and follow a daily skin care regime. The following is a simple step-by-step process anyone with sensitive skin should follow:

 

The public believes that the industry is regulated by a federal agency that insures toxic chemicals are not added to the products we use many times daily. So, you might wonder, who is responsible for regulating the personal care industry and looking out for consumer health and safety?

 

The cosmetic industry will direct you to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the FDA will direct your query to the Cosmetics Ingredient Review (CIR) panel, and the CIR will share all the wonderful research they are conducting in the name of safety for the consumer. The problem with this picture is the CIR panel is funded by the giant mainstream personal care products companies whose ingredients and products must pass their review prior to entering the marketplace. These well recognized companies continue to use known or suspected toxic ingredients in their product formulae.

 

Of the FDA's $800 million annual budget, less than 1% is allocated toward regulating the cosmetic industry. Neither the FDA nor any other government regulatory body actively assesses the safety of cosmetics before they are placed in the marketplace.

 

Testing for Safety?

According to Darin Stechman, Clinique's brand representative, "Product safety has always been a top priority at Clinique Laboratories, and is ensured through state-of-the-art testing methods." However, this testing, according to Stechman, does not include tests that establish long-term toxicity potential, carcinogenic properties, systemic absorption properties or chronic effects of daily use. Instead, large, mainstream cosmetics companies focus their research and both human and animal trial tests on assessing pre-marketed products for only allergenic reactions and skin irritations. Beyond skin eruptions and rashes, emerging science suggests that untold numbers of cosmetics and personal care ingredients may be silently and insidiously promoting cancer, disrupting women's reproductive functions and causing birth defects.

 

According to Susan Roll of the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition, "one third of personal care products contain ingredients classified as possible human carcinogens." Hence, chemicals such as acrylamide (in foundation, face lotion and hand cream) linked to mammary tumors in lab research; formaldehyde (nail polish and blush) classified as a possible human carcinogen by the Environmental Protection Agency; and dibutyl phthalate (industrial chemical commonly found in perfume and hair spray) known to damage the liver, kidney and reproductive systems, disrupt hormonal processes and increase breast cancer risk, are widely used by mainstream skin care and cosmetics manufacturers. Known by hundreds of long, intimidating chemical names, these ingredients are in the products we use in our daily personal care rituals.

 

It's the daily grooming ritual that is of greatest concern. These toxic ingredients are absorbed by our skin and into our bodies. The cumulative exposure to a myriad of personal care products containing carcinogens, mutagens and reproductive toxins has not been assessed.

 

The Ugly Side to Pretty

Many believe that by purchasing products marketed as "natural" and "organic" from health stores, high-end department stores and other specialty retailers, they are guaranteed toxin-free ingredients. Unfortunately, major loopholes in federal law allow the $35 billion cosmetics industry to police itself, allowing unlimited amounts of toxic chemicals into personal care products with no required testing, no monitoring of health effects and inadequate labeling requirements.

 

According to Janet Nudelman, coordinator for the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, "The U.S. government, in relation to the FDA, has not been on the side of consumers and has not been on the side of public health." This is obvious since cosmetic industry representatives serve on government panels that are looking into the consumer safety issue they are supposed to be regulating.

How to make Healthy Choices.

 

Since the CIR is funded by the well known cosmetic manufacturers and the FDA allocates so little funding toward regulating the cosmetics industry, how can the consumer confidently make healthy choices when purchasing personal care products?

Since 2000 The Environmental Working Group (EWG), a team of scientists, engineers, policy experts and lawyers, have dedicated countless hours examining data, scientific studies, and performed their own laboratory tests to expose threats to your health and the environment, and to offer solutions. Their web site, www.ewg.org provides practical information you can use to protect yourself and your loved ones.

 

The EWG analyzed the health and safety reviews of 10,000 ingredients in personal care products. They discovered that there is very little research available to document the safety or health risks of low dose repeated exposures to the chemical mixtures in these products. According to the EWG, the absence of this data should not be mistaken for proof of safety. The more these low dose chemical exposures are studied, the more is understood that they can cause adverse effects.

 

Based on their findings, the EWG has developed Skin Deep www.ewg.org/reports/skindeep, a sophisticated online rating system that ranks brand name products on their potential health risks and the absence of basic safety evaluations. Janet Nudelman, of The Safe Cosmetics Campaign, says she uses Skin Deep regularly to look up ingredients in personal care products to find the safety reading. Her decision to purchase a product is based on the results.

 

In recent years, organic and 100% pure and natural products have become available from such companies as suki's, Farmaesthetics, GratefulBody, Affusion, Monave, Earth's Beauty, Simply Organic, WildeWood Naturals, Munchskins and more. The health and safety of you and your loved ones is your responsibility. Read the labels of personal care products closely. If there are ingredients that you are not certain about, write them down and do a quick search to insure they are safe for use by you and your loved ones.

 

References:

Breast Cancer Action www.bcaction.org

Breast Cancer Fund www.breastcancerfund.org

The Make-up Labyrinth. Shauna Dineen, E The Environment Magazine, November-December 2005

Environmental Working Group www.ewg.org

www.ewg.org/reports/skindeep

Safe Cosmetics www.safecosmetics.org

 

Pamela Cronan-Maddox, an ovarian cancer survivor is the visionary and president of The Alchemist's Apprentice, www.alchemistsapprentice.com. The online apothecary is dedicated to providing the finest 100% natural and organic skin care and body care products for the entire family. Visit The Alchemist's Apprentice for all your personal care product needs.

 

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