Common Skin Problems
Your skin is a direct reflection of your health. If you consume a healthy diet and live a healthy life, your skin will be healthy and free from skin problems. However, hormonal imbalances, an unhealthy diet and lifestyle can lead to unwanted skin conditions such as acne, rashes and a number of other skin disorders.
Every woman wants to have a clear and blemish-free skin. But often acne, toxin overloads and other skin problems can leave your skin looking lifeless and dull. Moreover, the use of harmful chemical-based products may worsen your skin condition even more!
So what can one do to improve their skin condition? Well, you can start by feeding your body with natural and healthy foods, instead of harmful chemical-based products. A natural and wholesome diet will not only help nourish your skin and improve your overall skin condition, but also help you lose weight naturally! Click Here to sign-up for a free consultation with our health experts right away!
Common Skin Problems & Skin Disorders
The importance of keeping one’s skin healthy cannot be emphasised enough. Daily exposure to the sun, free radicals and pollutants can harm our skin and make it prone to a number of annoying skin problems. The most common adult skin problems are as follows:
Most teenagers suffer from acne, and for many, the agony continues into adult life. Acne is a common skin disorder caused by inflammation of the skin’s oil glands and hair follicles. Hormonal surges during puberty are often responsible for an increase in the oil-producing glands on the surface of the skin. Generally, the toxins present in our bodies are eliminated by the kidneys and the liver. But if the toxins are excessive, the skin too is pressurised to remove them, failing which, leads to inflammation. Fried, processed and fatty foods are a major cause of acne, apart from poor hygiene.
Dermatitis is a painful condition wherein the skin breaks out into a red rash, develops blisters and appears scaly. You may also experience a burning or itchy feeling. Contact dermatitis is a type of dermatitis caused when the skin reacts to certain chemicals it comes in contact with. These may include poisonous plants such as ivy or oak or certain metals such as nickel which is found in many everyday products.
Irritant eczema results from an allergic reaction to impurities such as chemicals in food and detergents or environmental factors such as the weather. It is also very common among people who have prolonged contact with water or those who need to wash their hands several times a day such as restaurant workers, cleaners, hairdressers etc. If the hands are not dried properly each time it could cause soreness and irritation.
Psoriasis usually results in red, thick, dry and scaly patches on the skin which are due to inflammation and excessive skin production. The cause of psoriasis is believed to be genetic but factors such a poor diet and liver function, aggravate it. Fungal rashes, cysts and abscess are also common skin disorders which can be prevented to a large extent with a proper diet, supplementation, and natural treatments such as detoxification.
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Although cleansing forms an important routine, it is not a solution. One cannot keep up with the constant pouring of oils on to the skin. Therefore, a change of diet and lifestyle is simply essential!
At Health Total, we believe good nutrition plays an important role in managing any health condition. So, we use ‘food as medicine’ to help you manage your health and improve your skin condition naturally! This goes a long way in helping you lead a healthy life. Health Total has a 4-step scientific approach which includes detoxification, rejuvenation, nourishment, and maintenance of your body to improve your skin condition naturally!
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