Good skin care is important for the following reasons: It helps your skin stay in good condition: You’re shedding skin cells throughout the day, so it’s important to keep your skin glowing and in good condition.
An effective routine can help prevent acne, treat wrinkles, and help keep your skin looking its best.

How important is our skin?

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The skin protects us against daily external influences such as air pollution, exhaust fumes, microorganisms, radiation, cold and heat.

This protection is one of the skin’s most important functions, but our skin does much more than that.
Our skin also maintains our body temperature, regulates the general moisture balance in the body and performs important metabolic functions, including the conversion of sunlight into vitamin D.

Through perspiration, the skin also ensures that we lose waste products (toxins) and thanks to the nerves in our skin, we can feel, perceive and touch.
And not unimportantly, you can often see how someone feels, if you are happy and energetic then your skin will look more vital and even than when you feel tired and lifeless, this is reflected in your skin.

Your skin is the largest organ of your body and requires daily attention: washing, caring and ‘decorating’.
How consciously do you deal with your skin? Your skin has a major impact on how you feel and how you look. Do you keep your skin healthy? What can go wrong and how can you prevent this?

In addition, your skin is more than just a packaging. It has an area of two square metres and weighs around 15(!) kilos with an adult.
It is also one of your most important organs, because without skin you wouldn’t be able to live. Skin also plays an important role in communication.

And what has your skin had to endure…. Water, drought, cold, sunshine and chemicals cause damage. Fortunately, after such a short period of damage, the skin is able to recover rapidly and becomes just as impenetrable as before.

By taking good care of and nourishing your skin, skin complaints can be prevented.
After all, who doesn’t dream of a radiant skin? Fortunately, you have more influence on it than you might think. Often red spots are the result of an imbalance in your body. With the right nutrition and balance in vitamins, minerals and natural fats you can let your skin glow, from the inside out.

The food you ingest has a direct impact on your skin. Unfortunately, it is not so simple that when you eat healthily, your skin immediately becomes even.
Factors such as medication, allergies and genes often have to do with this as well. However, complaints such as acne, irritation, red spots and early wrinkles can often say something about the imbalance in your body. And you do have an influence on this with food.

What should you eat to make your skin more beautiful?
The colours of the rainbow! Fruit and vegetables in all kinds of colours 🙂
Herbs, nuts, good fats. In short; variation in colour and smell.

But don’t forget the intestines / good intestinal bacteria!
A healthy digestion with sufficient good bacteria is one of the most important keys to healthy skin and radiant skin.

Because of my knowledge of nutrition and skin care, and because I’ve had several skin problems myself, I might be able to help you with advice and support to make your skin glow again!

As owner of Dutch Health Store I offer a very wide range of natural skin care products and as an orthomolecular epigenetic therapist I have a lot of knowledge of the human body and nutrition.
A beautiful combination!