Saturday, September 6, 2008
Organic Aloe Vera and the skin ...Part II
In the first article about "Aloe Vera and the Skin", I mentioned the skins function, conditions with the environment and some of the many reactions effecting the skin, including allergies.
The reflection of your face can often times reveal facts about your skin, your over all health and the presence of different diseases than any other part of your body.
Be aware and watch for changes that affect the color of your face, including the lips and the whites of the eyes. Look for any redness, yellowing, bluish shade, paleness or darkening should also be noted.
For example, a reddish characteristic butter-fly shaped rash could be the serious inflammatory condition that affects the body's connective tissue commonly known as Lupus erythematosus ...this condition may be helped with properly stabilized Organic Aloe Vera.
A bluish hue to the lips can indicate a serious lung or heart condition known as, cyanosis.
And while we're at it, let's not forget ...aging of the skin.
When it comes to Organic Aloe Vera... I always say..."get it in you or get it on you"... especially with the children, because they love to drink the "best tasting aloe vera".
Therefore, I recommend drinking plenty of clean, fresh, filtered water with two-four ounces of Organic Aloe Vera every day.
If you have a skin condition...use the creme, gel or the lotion...get it on you.
Of course, know your supplier!!