A book on the natural ways that keep skin, hair and nails healthy.
This book is comprehensive, written with simple, easy to understand language. It reads like a novel, which means you will enjoy reading it. The material is well organized, and explained in question/answer form. The book covers all aspects of hair, skin and nails health. Using herbs, aromatherapy oils, natural methods and treatments that a person can apply in their daily life to any problem they may have with their skin.
the book is well researched, it took Dr. Santina few years of thorough research that resulted with this book and two more.
Dr. Santina is dedicated to lead her readers to the best and healthiest results, giving them all she knows and learns about natural health.
What causes the skin to become impure?
Impure skin is a condition that is possibly related to a problem in the large intestines where constipation is a daily problem. Such sluggish elimination will force the body's impurities, toxins and wastes, along with acids, hormones and other accumulated degraded substances, to use the skin's sebaceous and sweat glands as their ultimate possible route of elimination.
The progressive accumulation of such substances at tissue level, their continuous degradation, and the excessive oxidization of the bodily tissues, will all deprive the skin of its needed oxygen as well as promote irritation and possibly infection.
to solve the problem from its roots and to help the body become healthy and free of impurities or any further accumulation of wastes, one should abide by certain basic dietary and skin care recommendations such as the following:
Drink cocktails made of apple juice concentrate and cucumber juice (cucumbers are high in sodium, which makes the skin stay cool).
Keep your hair clean and away from the face, as bangs, if they are not trimmed regularly can promote breakouts on the forehead.
Use essential oils that are known to balance, purify, cleanse and regulate impure skin. Examples include burdock root, Saint John's wort, juniper, sage, birch, tea tree, lemon and savory.