Herbal Remedies for a Lifetime of Healthy Skin: Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin A-222
Stephanie L. Tourles
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clog pores. Don’t overdo it. No matter how oily your complexion, limit your cleansing routine to twice a day, to avoid stripping your skin’s protective acid mantle. Avoid hot water. Hot water dehydrates and irritates most skin types. Use tepid or warm water only. 10. Constipation. Toxins can build up within your body if your elimination is faulty, but they must eventually escape via some channel. Frequently the path of choice is your skin, so drink plenty of fresh water and eat lots of fiber
pollutants Toner or astringent — to remove any residual cleanser or oil from the skin and to temporarily refine the appearance of large pores Moisturizer — to replenish and minimize wear and tear Exfoliator or antioxidant — to refresh and smooth the complexion, such as a gentle facial scrub, alpha- or beta-hydroxy gel or cream, or topical vitamin C Sunscreen — to protect against the harmful and “age-ifying” effects of the sun Greeting the First Signs of Aging Because your skin’s