Types of Skin Problems and What They Mean
- What are the Different Types of Skin Problems and What They Mean?
- When Skin Problems Show Up
- Where do These Toxins Come From?
- How do We Handle Skin Problems?
What are the Different Types of Skin Problems and What They Mean?
Skin problems present themselves in many forms on many different types of skin, but why are skin problems so common? Did you know skin is an organ? It is actually your BIGGEST organ to be exact! Just like every part of your body, your skin needs proper love and care too, and even proper nutrition prevents skin problems!
Even though it is on the outside, our skin is a reflection of our insides!
When Skin Problems Show Up
That is a sign of a deeper problem that may need some immediate attention!
Skin problems are an indicator that the body is not functioning correctly. It is almost like the skin is an outward magnifying glass to what is going on inside the body.
Important organs like the liver and kidneys are overwhelmed and cannot remove toxins and waste effectively.
Toxins from the liver, kidneys, and other organs build up in the body and eventually come out through the skin. This can be either through a rash, dry or red skin, bumps, or discoloration.
An accumulation of toxins in the body can also contribute to congestion/allergies and bowel issues.
Where do These Toxins Come From?
- Irritating sugary and processed foods the body can’t break down properly are a common little known source of skin problems that can show up in surprising ways.
- Our water and environment play a significant role in contributing to the health of our skin.
- Other skin products (cosmetics, etc.) that we frequently use contain not just beneficial ingredients for our skin, they also contain skin toxins.
- Immune challenges such as candida, fungus, virus, bacteria, and parasites can also wreck havoc on your body and not only cause internal issues, but skin problems as well.
How do We Handle Skin Problems?
- Supply the body with the specific nutrients it needs to restore the body’s ability to eliminate harmful toxins.
- Drink plenty of pure water. Remember, that the water you drink can also be contaminated even if it’s bottled water. This article about water on our website gives some great advice on how and where to buy or filter good quality water.
- Eating a cleaner diet free of sugar and processed foods
- Use cleaning and personal hygiene products free of harmful chemicals and fragrances.