Creating Healthy Skin at Every Age


Tips for Healthy Skin

Hi Everyone!

Thank you for joining us this month as we look into keeping your skin happy and healthy. Below are our notes on skin facts, the video to this month’s H2H, and audio recording. Please join us in April for the next H2H which will be on preventing cancer.

Skin Facts:

A. The skin is the largest organ in the body

B. It 15% of your body weight

C. The skin has three layers – Epidermis (dead and waterproof), dermis (hair and sweat glands), Subcutaneous (fat and blood vessels)

D. Scar tissue lacks hair and sweat glands

E. Over 50% of dust in a home is dead skin cells

F. Skin renews itself every 28 days

G. Every minute you shed between 30,000 and 50,000 dead skin cells

H. Sweat is odorless it is bacteria that makes body odor.

I. There are over 1000 different bacterial species on our skin.

J. 80% of teenagers suffer from acne

Vitamins important for Skin Health

Vitamin A – Helps to treat sun damage and cellulite (Bio AE Mulsion – 2 drops on tongue daily)

Vitamin D – Reduces spots, improves immune function, (Bio D Mulsion Forte – 2 drops daily)

Vitamin C – Antioxidant and helps with skin protection

Vitamin E – Antioxidant and helps prevent against sun damage and aging

Liver Health: Most challenges with skin result from some sort of deficiency or toxicity in the liver.

1. Liver health depends on:   

A. Removing toxins in us and the environment B. Avoiding fruit C. Minimizing sugar D. Eating organic

2. Vitamins A, D, E, K – fat soluble made in liver

3. Nutritional support for liver – castor oil pack, Drugless Detoxification program, Livotrit

4. Age spots are a result of liver function


Digestive distress can also show up as skin challenges

Body Signals

Acne – Can be liver, food sensitivity, or hormonal (Clean up liver, Complete Kare Spray)

Eczema – Can be liver or food sensitivity (Blackcurrant Seed Oil)

Psoriasis – Can be liver and food sensitivity (Clean up liver)

Cold sores/Shingles – Brought on by stress, lack of calcium. L –Lysine helps with calcium absorption

Hives – An allergy challenge – can be liver or foods

Nail fungus – Can be bacteria, a lot of the time it is improper gut function

Three Types of Suns Rays

UVA: A stands for Aging. UVA radiation penetrates deep into the skin and is responsible for premature aging of the skin and skin cancer. Tanning beds can emit 2 to 5 times more UVA radiation than the sun.

UVB: B stands for Burning. U VB radiation is stronger than UVA radiation. It mainly affects the outer layers of the skin, causing sunburns, premature aging of the skin, and skin cancer. These rays are strongest during the summer months – especially between 11 am and 4 pm.

UVC: UVC radiation is the strongest, most dangerous form of UV light. However, they are stopped by the earth’s atmosphere and do not reach earth’s surface.

Drugless Doctors Sun Skin protection

1. If you’re going to be in the sun, plan ahead

2. Complete Kare Spray – Vitamin A, D, Zinc, Iodine – the zinc provides protection from the sun

3. Take Calcium (Ca/Mg Zyme 6 daily) and Flax oil (3 capsules or 1 TBsp daily)

General Skin Health

Eat foods high in vitamin A, C, E – (Green leafy vegetables, carrots)

Supplement with Vitamin A and D (Bio AE Mulsion and Bio D mulsion)

Have good fats in your diet – Flax oil, Fish oil, Organic Butter

Avoid Toxins – Do a detox program once or twice a year

Castor oil pack – great way to detox.

Specials in the month of March

AE Mulsion – Great for skin is 10% off all month

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April Half Hour to Health – How to Prevent Cancer

April 3 at noon, April 4 at 6 pm