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"Men go abroad to wonder at the height of mountains, at the huge waves of the sea, at the long courses of the rivers, at the vast compass of the ocean, at the circular motion of the stars; and they pass by themselves without wondering." 
–Saint Augustine

 
 
ARTICLES

Knowledge is power. Do you know much about your skin? Click on the links below to read some of our favorite articles on the amazing qualities of skin and the difference between the harmful and natural products available to use on your skin. Learn something new today!


The 'Outside' Job of Your Skin
Your skin is much more than an outer surface for the world to see -- it's the largest organ of your body!
Plus, it has a number of amazing responsibilites that you probably don't think about on a daily basis:
-Helps detoxify wastes through perspiration.
- Provides an important line of defense against infections -- your healthy skin creates a barrier to viruses and bacteria.
-It functions as an organ that can absorb and excrete both nutrients and toxins through its pores.
Because your skin has the ability to absorb whatever you put on it, careful choices are critical.

Potentially Hazardous Skin Care Ingredients
include parabens, mineral oil, parafin, petroleum, sodium laurel, acrylamide, propylene glycol, dioxane, and toluene. These are in many skin care products because they are cheap & readily available. Beware because their affects range from skin irritation to cancer-related problems.

 

 

 



What is Propylene Glycol?
It is anti-freeze! Why is it in "healthly" skin products? We don't think it should be.

New Warning About Everyday Poison (Aluminum) Linked to Alzheimer's, ADHD, and Autism
Dr. David Ayoub, a radiologist and a physician, discusses the practice of using aluminum as an adjuvant, and why he believes aluminum may be far more toxic than mercury. We don't think it should be in any topically applied product, either.