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Putting aloe on a burn, using chamomile to sooth a rash, cucumbers to reduce puffy eyes; the list of natural skin care remedies for soothing and healing our skin is a long one. Certainly, when our body’s main shroud and largest organ needs help in healing, by far the healthier way to help with that process is using a natural skin care remedy. The last thing our vulnerable skin needs to do is try to resist the toxic chemicals found in many commercial skin care remedies. Remember just one thing about intelligent skin care: Do No Harm! The skin is the body's first line of defense against the outside world and so has to deal with weather, sunshine, cold, heat, dryness, humidity, and also the scrapes and bumps of our daily activities. Additionally, resisting harsh soaps, detergents, chemicals, perspiration and every kind of dirt; it’s a wonder that our skin can stay healthy at all!

Better Skin Health With Natural Skin Care Remedies
Have you ever really read your cosmetics and personal care product labels? If you look at the ingredient list carefully, you’ll understand why your skin may look like it belongs on an alien from another planet. The chemically-formulated ingredient names, such as Imidazolidinyl, certainly do not sound like any language on earth. Nor does it sound as if it grew from the earth. If we take responsibility for what we “feed” our skin and remember that it’s a complex biological system we’ll see that things skin-wise are rarely as simple as they appear. To avoid skin damage, you not only need to know the most likely causes but also need to realize it may not always cause pain or visible irritation. So healthier skin is not contingent upon costly prescription medications or an obsessive skin care routine, but “keeping it natural” to help our skin have the deep beauty that, after all, is desired by everyone.

The Secrets of A Natural Skin Care Remedy
Medicinal herbs have been used sores for thousands of years in healing skin afflictions ranging from redness or acne to wounds or burns, In fact, the ancient legendary adventurer Achilles was an herbal healer and is said to have used herbs, Yarrow (Achillea Millefolium) in particular, to heal the wounds of his fellow warriors. Some herbs, such as Sea Buckthorn, Plantain, and Rose hips, have ingredients exhibiting anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, skin regenerative properties, certainly beneficial in skin healing. It’s also well known that herbal extracts, oils and ointments traditionally used for healing skin accelerate the cell regenerative process, thus promoting restoration of skin and mucous membranes

There is also another astounding way to use the world’s unique line of natural products as a natural cleanser. The mixture of 50 milliliters of raw milk, two teaspoon full of lime juice and one to two pinches of salt may prove to be an astounding cleansing lotion that cleanses the skin from within by penetrating deep into the pores.

Some healing natural skin care ingredients are:

  • Shea Butter - a staple of African pharmacology due to its potent healing abilities, it can provide healing to conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, stretch marks and dermatitis.
  • Sweet Almond Oil - penetrates quickly into the skin and is especially helpful for eczema, and itchy, dry inflamed skin because of its glucosides, vitamins and minerals.
  • Emu Oil - comes from the Australian Emu, a large, ostrich-like bird. Research done on emu oil shows many healing properties; it’s anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, skin regenerative, moisturizing, does not clog pores, relieves sunburn and assists with the prevention of scars. Emu oil, being high in oleic acid like human skin, is able to penetrate the epidermal layer deeply.
  • Rosehip Seed Oil - high in essential oleic, linoleic, and linolenic unsaturated fatty acids, this healing oil is also high in vitamin A and retinoic acid, a natural constituent similar to Retin-A, but without the negative side effects.  First introduced for the treatment of acne, Retinoic acid is now widely used for sun damage and markedly improves the complexion by reducing fine wrinkles, improving pigmentation and giving the skin a fine texture.

Millions of people all over are switching from synthetic, man-made skin care healing products to natural ones, along with using other natural personal care products. Natural healing skincare products serve to beautify and care for the human body by means of safe and proven ingredients derived from nature’s raw materials, friendly to both the skin and the environment. In this stressful world, any safe and healthy product benefits us all

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