Be aware of the why, about your skin issues so you can get to the root of the problem. Common skin disorders may improve with a topical herbal extract or salve. But the body can heal itself with a change in your lifestyle and diet.
Try alternative solutions for stress relief and holistic skin care.
A lot of skin issues and conditions are triggered by stress and disease. The skin being the largest cleansing organ is affected by the state of your mind and condition of your body. Our nerves trigger stress hormones and become over sensitized and afflicted with the overload stress hormones. The skins innate alarm system reacts because it is designed to cleanse toxins and make us aware something is amiss internally. One example is eczema. It is a symptom of a condition triggered by stress which causes toxins to build in the skin. It could be allergies, environmental pollutants, or toxicity lingering in the body after an acute disease was healed by antibiotics.
Internal blockages and sluggish circulation are caused by excessive stress hormones which may cause acne.
Another alternative approach for acne caused by stress is Jewelweed Topical Spray, for natural skin care, it works to clear the skin. As our children are growing up or go through the monthly phases a lot of hormones are being juggle. Stress is a big factor with the natural changes our body endures. My son asked if he could be put on an antibiotic to control his teenage acne, his friends were on it. I asked him to try an experiment with me. If it doesn't work, we talk about medication. He agreed to listen and take my advice; he was 15 years old, 35 years ago. Here’s the challenge, “Take a bottle of Jewelweed Spray along with your soap in your gym bag. After you shower spray some Jewelweed on the soap and rub over the pimples.” He agreed and did it at home without showering, he just sprayed his soap with the Jewelweed Spray and let it dry. His acne cleared up, without any peoples getting infected. He never asked about Antibiotics again. He grew so comfortable with this remedy some mornings when he left for school you could see the soap on his face, he just rubbed it in and went on his way.
Aloe Vera’s Mucilage Properties are a soothing emollient with hydrating and constituents. Aloe aids and supports the immune system with antimicrobial and antibiotic properties. Aloe also contributes an anti-Inflammatory and wound mending film forming gum which supports the proliferates new skin.
It is excellent for dry and sensitive skin, sun burn, acne prone skin, eczema and topical dermatitis.
It is Hydrating, which Is Helpful to Mend the Skin, Rashes, Hot Spots and Eczema.
Jewelweed contains a constituent called Lawsone which has anti-inflammatory and antihistamine properties. The benefits of Jewelweed being an antihistamine and anti-inflammatory is an incredible synergy between the skin and the condition. If it hurts, as in acne or diaper rash or itches as in allergies or topical dermatitis they all have the potential to get infected. Jewelweed will soothe the inflammation and relieve the tenderness.
Oak is an astringent and antiseptic. It mends bruises, cuts and stops bleeding. It soothes and relieves irritated skin and eczema. Oak is such a powerful astringent in the old days they would make a poultice with it and pack it around the gum to tighten the tissue to keep from losing their teeth. It will tighten up a wound to help it mend quicker using it in Creation Farm’s Jewelweed Topical Spray.
Creation Farm’s Jewelweed Topical Spray is a year-round product with a household name. We originally designed Jewelweed Spray for topical dermatitis and itchy bug bites. Years of experience and research has revealed the true value of this product. I trust this product as an antiseptic and cleanser for my body and my children. It does cross over to our pets. My vet told me to try it on Kiyah’s ears. I put it on a cotton swab and cleaned his ears. I sprayed 10 inches away from his ears hoping some would find its way into his ear canal. It is an anti-microbial and did a thorough job as an antiseptic.