Our Products: Skin Condition Fact Sheets
Below is a list of fact sheets available on various topics. Please keep checking back, as over time this list will grow.
The scalp is the most absorbent area of the body due to the number of hair follicles. Therefore choosing natural substances to wash and style your hair with should be high on the list of priorities. We have a misconception that our hair is not clean unless it foams but in actual fact, the greater the foaming the worse the overall effects on the hair, the scalp and your health.
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that often occurs between 30-50 years of age. It is characterised by redness and flushing across the nose and cheeks but can also affect the neck, chest, eyes and ears.
Common causes of acne can include coming into contact with an oily substances such as mineral oil, petroleum, certain vegetable oils and the use medications such as steroids or the contraceptive pill. Skincare alone cannot assist with acne prevention and control.
Allergies are a leading cause of chronic disease in western civilizations. With an annual cost estimated well into the tens of billions, allergies are believed to complicate and handicap the lives of millions of adults and children alike.
Moisture evaporates readily through the skin and if your skin appears dull and lacks radiance or feels tight it is likely that it is dehydrated. The first tell tale signs of moisture depletion are the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles due to loss of elasticity and flexibility.
Eczema is an inflammatory, chronic skin condition which affects the superficial layers of the skin and occurs in approximately 10 to 20 percent of the world population, the most common form being atopic eczema.
Too little protein in the diet will make nails dull and brittle. The nail is extremely porous and exudes moisture one hundred times as fast as the skin. Massaging the cuticle area will increase the circulation and encourage new nail growth.