We wrote previously about how skin conditions such as eczema can impact the skin’s natural pH balance. The opposite is true as well – if the pH balance is off, the skin is more prone to eczema, dermatitis, rosacea, acne and other problems.
Blog - Archives: October 2011
Let’s face it – natural skin care doesn’t begin with products. It begins with your lifestyle: factors such as how much water you drink, how you eat, whether you exercise and how much sun exposure you get all play a key role in the appearance of your skin.
That’s not to say that skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, rosacea and acne can be easily prevented or controlled. Medical skin conditions require extra attention, but you can manage them better with a healthy diet and a good daily skin care routine.
Heading out to the pumpkin patch? Consider this humble fruit’s natural skincare benefits.
Pumpkin has exfoliation and moisturization properties that help treat drier skin in the fall. Its enzymes help to break down and remove old cells from the surface of the skin and encourage new cell growth.