Skin health

Skin health concerns:

The skin is the first area in the body exposed to environmental toxins, radiation, and trauma from a bruise, or a cut, and is the reflection of health (or disease and sickness). When there is a temporary eruption on the skin, a skin rash, it is usually a symptom of an underlying condition. This can be an indication of an allergic reaction (to foods, cosmetics, or other allergens) or disease (measles, chickenpox, scarlet fever, Lyme disease, psoriasis, and shingles to name but a few). A skin rash can also be caused by insect bites, dry skin, seborrhea, dermatitis, and athlete’s foot.

The skin is made of three layers: the outermost superficial layer, the middle layer, and the underlying layer of fat. Most rashes occur on the superficial layer although any of the layers may be involved. The symptoms of a skin rash usually look like small red or pink bumps. The rash may or may not itch. It can be scaly, and there can be round or oval patches on the skin.

Sun exposure and skin cancer:

90 percent of most forms of skin cancer is caused by sun exposure, which is also responsible for wrinkles. It is from being overexposed to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays, which results in basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma. The genetic materiel in the skin cells is disrupted by these rays, causing damage to the tissue. The rays also harm the skin’s normal repair mechanism. There is a higher risk for those who have had long-term outdoor employment and for those whom reside in sunny climates. Melanoma can be life threatening, spreading through the bloodstream and lymphatic vessels to the organs, when not treated at an early stage.

Some recommendations:

  • Take vitamins for skin, as well as multivitamins, multi-mineral complexes for skin
  • Try Enzyme therapy – SynerG Supplements Digestive Enzymes – used to reduce inflammation, stimulate the immune system, improve circulation, bring nutrients to the damaged area, improve health, strengthen the body as a whole and build general resistance.
  • Take SynerG Supplements Marine Collagen – to help speed tissue repair.
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