SKIN BLOG

Gut Health

Gut Health
A growing body of evidence suggests that an imbalance of bacteria in the gut can cause psoriasis and other inflammatory diseases. Research suggests that multi strain biotics can reduce symptoms of psoriasis and eczema. 

Alcohol Intolerance

Alcohol Intolerance
Alcohol is a poison, a toxin, it makes the liver and kidneys work especially hard to process it and break it down. When our liver and kidneys are overburdened, they turn to our biggest detox organ for help - the skin. This can not only lead to dry, dehydrated skin, but it can also exacerbate more serious skin conditions such as psoriasis, rosacea and eczema. 

5 Tips for Soothing Winter Skin

5 Tips for Soothing Winter Skin
The changing seasons can have a negative impact on our skin, and exacerbate pre-existing skin conditions. While summer can be the worst time of the year for those who experience rosacea, the chilly autumn / winter months can be most problematic for those struggling with eczema, psoriasis or acne.

Celery the Skin Super Food

Celery the Skin Super Food

Celery is a magic little ingredient when it comes to healing skin. If you're suffering from the following skin conditions, consuming celery in any form can be incredibly beneficial; Vitiligo, Psoriasis, Eczema, Arthritis, Acne.

Free Candida Plan for Skin Conditions

Free Candida Plan for Skin Conditions

Candida is a yeast that lives naturally in your mouth, gut and vagina. If you have a healthy immune system, it doesn’t usually cause any problems – the friendly bacteria in your gut help keep levels under control.

Inflammation Skin Conditions and Plant Based Diet

Inflammation Skin Conditions and Plant Based Diet
Inflammation is a complex process in which cells and chemicals in our bodies fight infections and other threats. It can be activated acutely or long-term. If a threat is detected by the immune system, chemicals like histamine are released that cause blood vessels to dilate, permitting white blood cells to arrive to clean up the area. While inflammation can protect our health when it's an acute response like an insect bite or infection, chronic inflammation is a different story. 

Psoriasis Causes

Psoriasis Causes
The question of what triggers psoriasis is an interesting one. The exact cause of the disease is not fully understood. Rather, it appears that a number of combined factors contribute towards psoriasis.

Plaque Psoriasis

Plaque Psoriasis
Plaque psoriasis (psoriasis vulgaris) is, as it sounds, plaques of psoriasis on the surface of the skin. These plaques are often distinguished by their thick, red or silvery rough scaly appearance. Plaque psoriasis is the most common form of the skin disease affecting 90% of people who have this skin condition.

Psoriasis Diet

Psoriasis Diet
When it comes to the best diet for psoriasis there are a number of foods I recommend including and eliminating. The key to healing psoriasis and skin disease through diet, is to eliminate trigger foods, reduce inflammation and incorporate lots of beneficial juices. 

Meat Free Vegan Diet to Heal Skin

Meat Free Vegan Diet to Heal Skin
Meat is on the acidic side of an acid / alkaline chart. In working on a skin friendly protocol we're trying to up alkaline foods and reduce the acidic. Meat is also incredibly difficult for the body to digest and we're trying to lessen the burden to allow the body to heal. 

Sunshine and Psoriasis Skin Care

Sunshine and Psoriasis Skin Care
It's the powerful combination of Vitamin D, slowing the rapid cell regeneration, proper hydration and stress reduction that I believe can be so wonderful when it comes to healing psoriasis. 

Scalp Psoriasis Natural Treatments

Scalp Psoriasis Natural Treatments
If you struggle with psoriasis, there's a high chance you've experienced scalp psoriasis at some stage. Statistically 50% of psoriasis sufferers experience problems on their scalp.