How to Properly ๐Ÿ‘Œ do a Skin Detox ๐Ÿšฟ for a Luminous ๐Ÿ˜Š Glow โœจ ...


Good Morning Glowgeous! Are you wondering how to do a skin detox? What is your skin telling you this morning? If youโ€™re not sure how to give your skin the white glove treatment it deserves โ€“ no worries. Read on and get your glow on like never before!.

Donโ€™t underestimate this amazing organ called the skin as the revealer of many hidden things going on within your body; things you really should pay close attention to. Your skin reveals much more than you might think! Here's how to do a skin detox.

As the largest eliminatory organ in the body, the skin works to assist in the elimination of toxins we encounter from food, water, the environment, etc. The primary detoxification organs like the liver and colon are constantly and powerfully at work within our bodies, but when several factors are not dealt with properly, like diet, physical fitness, sleep, proper hydration and overuse of prescription drugs, the liver and digestive system is compromised, leaving it up to the skin to try and rid the body of excess toxins. This results in inflammation, pimples, breakouts, rashes, swelling, dryness, dark circles, and other skin disorders.

Toxins throughout your body will try and exit through the skin when your bodyโ€™s toxic load is too high and canโ€™t be handled by the other eliminatory organs such as the liver, colon and kidneys. Then your skin becomes the primary avenue of detoxification and your digestive system is compromised. Though often unrecognized, chronic inflammation can develop, and in turn, start to produce disease in the body. Once you recognize these clues on your skin as powerful tell-tale signs that your health is jeopardized, you can begin initiating change and developing some better habits with your diet, physical activities and lifestyle in general. Nearly all skin conditions, including psoriasis and eczema, are just our bodyโ€™sโ€™ way of telling us that we need to detoxify and alkalize our bodies.

1. Getting Started

A good way to start is to reduce and eventually eliminate dairy, meat, processed foods and refined sugars. Next try adding lots pure water (not tap water which may contain chlorine, fluoride and even lead), tons of leafy greens and green smoothies, daily juicing, salads with lots of raw vegetables, plenty of fruit and some lightly cooked veggies. Even though this may seem a bit extreme to some, keep in mind that this lifestyle is key to optimal health, longevity and energy production. Absolutely everything you eat affects your body, either positively or negatively, making it acidic or alkaline.

What to Feed Your Skin to Detox