Skin problems can also be simultaneously affecting energy levels, headaches, ability to think clearly, ability to sleep, and on and on.Only more nutrition and less toxins can fix skins problems and help us look better, look younger and live longer.
What happens to us as we grow up from beautiful babies and into teenagehood and adulthood that causes us to have to wear makeup? Do we get uglier? Of course not. We get unhealthier – in our thinking-which then of course leads us to becoming unhealthier in body, emotion and spirit. Societies filled with this kind of thinking are Last World societies, not First World. The prevailing preponderance of education in a country from all sources tells the truth about the health of all things in that country. A country cannot exceed the bounds of its education. It can only breed what its education feeds.I'll say it again. A skin problem is a warning of a deeper problem. Our ready acceptance of cosmetic makeup in order to look better and healthier is one of those things that must be reconsidered. No, it is not a personal preference that is six of one and a half dozen of the other. It is the same as choosing between smoking and not smoking.
Partial SummaryA skin problem is an immune ecosystem problem which is an organ problem which is a cellular problem which is an unhealthy condition within our cells.
Skin is the tip of the iceberg that gives us an indication of all that lies underneath the skin. Inside each of our cells there is an ecosystem. Groups of cells form another layer of ecosystems called organs. Groups of organs form another layer of ecosystems called systems. Groups of systems form another layer of ecosystems called you or your body. If, on any level, a significant portion of these ecosystems are unhealthy and unable to function properly or repair themselves, then, because those cells are unable to perform optimally, there will be internal and external symptoms and internal and external consequences – internal and external causes, internal and external effects. The promotion and use of cosmetic makeup has led us to dangerously believe that skin problems are not a big deal healthwise and all we have to do is pretty ourselves up by using makeup to cover up what's coming up out of our cells. (ugly in, ugly out)
Note: As discussed elsewhere, this toxin avoidance message applies to most things we voluntary put on our skin in the name of personal care products. It is amazing what we've become that we “know” so much about externally based personal care and yet we know very little about internally based personal care. If we reversed this information deficit, we would need far fewer personal care products. Millions of women worldwide do not wear makeup. Why not? How are they, along with the men, able to look shazam good, healthy, younger and live just as long as folks in derogatorily named “developed” countries. This just came to mind. Why do men in a country such as America, not wear cosmetic makeup to look good? Are we just automatically as pretty as we want to be? Do we not have skin problems? Do we not age? Do we not get dressed up and go to work or to special occasions? Is culture the culprit? What kind of culture is so made up with makeup that we are messed up? Seriously. Think about it. If it is possible to put gels, creams, ointments, lotions and patches on our skin that can help or heal, then the skin is also an entry point for things that can harm or make ill. What makes us think cosmetic makeup or other personal care products just sit on the surface of the skin and that's as far as they go? Clearly, what comes in contact with the skin can reach our blood stream and deepest regions within our cells.
Start reducing what you put on your skin.