Natural Skin Care Newsletter - August 2009

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Natural Skin Care Newsletter: August 2009 Issue

Natural Skin Care Products by Wildcrafted Herbal Products


Welcome to the August 2009 Issue of the Natural Skin Care Newsletter. As usual we have included several articles, news and information on natural skin care and alternative health, and of course, Kitty makes her usual contribution.

We also have some great news to share with you...

We hope you'll enjoy this issue of our newsletter.


Happy reading....



Index of the August 2009 Issue of the Natural Skin Care Newsletter:

(You can click on the topics below which will take you to the article of choice on this page, or simply scroll down and read each one)


Changing Skin Types With Changing Seasons
(by Danny & Susan Siegenthaler)

Natural Skin Care Products for Men: Why You should Make the Switch
(by Danny & Susan Siegenthaler)

Fungal Infections - Tinea, Thrush, and Candida Can Be Treated Naturally
(by Susan & Danny Siegenthaler)

About An Essential Oil of Interest: Marjoram (Origanum marjorana)
(by Danny & Susan Siegenthaler)

Kitty's Corner - Just for Laughs
(by Kitty the Cat)


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News from Wildcrafted Herbal Products

News Flash

We have just signed the lease on premises that will become the first retail outlet for our entire range of products. Not only that, but we will also offer a wide range of Alternative medicine and natural therapies including Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Remedial & Aromatherapy massage, and much more.

In addition, Kurrajong Natural Medicine Centre will also provide both general interest and ongoing classes/courses, and all of this in the one place.

You can follow the construction and setup of Kurrajong Natural Medicine Centre on our blog. Just click on the following link: The Birth of Kurrajong Natural Medicine Centre. Once a week or so, we will put up an update, show pictures of the latest mess we've created (and then how we fixed it) and keep you informed as to the official opening date...

We hope you will follow the construction and share some of the trials and tribulations with us.


More News

Some of you may have noticed that our Price List / Ordering Page has had some major changes made to it. It is now no longer a long list of categorised products. Instead, each category of products has it's own tab and when you click on the tab you only see the products relevant to that category. This hopefully provides you with a better overview of the products, easier selection and quicker checkout.

There is still the option of an All-in-one Price List, which lists every product we make (with the exception of the therapeutic products). This is found by using the last tab on the tab menu.

We hope this will improve the ease of finding the products you're looking for and hopefully speed up the checkout process.

Please let us know what you think and whether you find the new system better or worse. We depend on your feedback in order to make improvements.

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Changing Skin Types With Changing Seasons

With Winter in it's last month (Summer, for our friends in the northern hemisphere), we're about to enter the Spring/Autumn season.

Spring and Autumn are the times of the year that show our true skin type or skin types. These moderate seasons allow our skin to behave in a “normal” way. That is if your skin is dry in Winter, it will likely become less so as the days start to warm and the humidity rises.

Similarly, as Summer comes to an end and the days get cooler, oily skin tends to be less of a problem. Spring and Autumn give us a chance to see what our true skin types actually are. This is a great opportunity to identify the regions of our facial skin that change with the seasons, so we can use this information proactively and take steps to normalise our skin in anticipation of the coming season.

Often your true skin type is most obvious during the mid-Autumn/mid-Spring seasons. These seasons are usually mild, representing an average of the seasonal extremes. It is then that your true skin type(s) is most easily determined.

I'll give you an example. Most of the year round, my skin type is generally normal to dry from the neck down. My face has a tendency to a slightly oily T-Zone, while the lower half of my face and cheeks are slightly on the dry side and my neck is normal.

In summer, my T-Zone gets oilier and the rest of my body's skin stays mostly normal, maybe with a slight tendency to dryness. In Winter, my oily T-Zone becomes normal, the rest of my face stays normal to dry, but my lower legs become very dry unless I stay on top of it and make sure I drink enough fluids and use plenty of moisturising cream.

Remember that most people have several skin types over their body and especially on their face. It is more common to see two skin types, as illustrated in the example above, than just one uniform skin type.

As I mentioned above, mid-Spring and mid-Autumn are like the average of Summer and Winter, respectively and often during this time, your “true” skin type is revealed. However, you need to be aware that even during these two seasons your skin type may change as either Winter or Summer gets closer. So as soon as the Spring/Autumn equinox is approaching it is a good idea to start changing your skin care products to suite the upcoming season.

So, if Summer is approaching, and your skin tends to become oily, start using your skin care products formulated for oily skin – you can swap between the skin care systems for Normal and Oily skin depending on the day being cooler or warmer.

If Winter is on the approach and your skin tends to get dry in Winter then start introducing the system for dry/sensitive skin on the cooler Autumn days. This way you’re preparing your skin for the upcoming season.

In addition, think about the foods you’re eating. Use cooling citrus fruits on warm spring days and warming vegetables such as ginger, fenugreek, pumpkin, garlic, etc., on cool wintry days.


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Natural Skin Care Products for Men: Why You should Make the Switch

Natural skin care products for men are becoming increasingly more popular. The major reason for this is that shaving compromises the integrity of the skin and increases its vulnerability to allergies and infections.

Generally, men do not take especially good care of their skin. Mostly they shave their stubbles off in the morning, apply some aftershave and that’s just about it.

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Related Product 2Wildcrafted's Ginseng Moisturisers for Men contain only 100% natural and certified organic ingredients to soothe, nourish, tone and protect your skin after shaving.

They are specially formulated for masculine skin care and are available for normal, oily, dry, and dry & sensitive skin types.

The softening and moisturising properties of the carrier oils are combined with the toning properties of herbal extracts and Vitamin E to help soothe and repair the skin following shaving. The organically certified Essential oils are added to provide a refreshing and clean masculine fragrance.

Wildcrafted Ginseng Hydrator for Men should be used after cleansing and toning and/or after shaving.

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Some take it a step further and apply a moisturiser or toning gel after completing their shaving routine, but very few realise that taking good care of their skin is much more important than that.

You see, the integrity of the skin is vitally important to prevent harmful substances and micro-organisms from penetrating through the natural barrier of the skin. Few men realise that the integrity of the skin is compromised by shaving. Shaving removes the natural barrier function of the skin and allows potentially harmful ingredients and micro-organisms to pass through the skin, while nicks and cuts open the pathway into the blood stream.

Even when using an electric shaver, the skin is inflicted with microscopic nicks and cuts (they don’t have to bleed), which compromises the integrity of the skin. The process of shaving removes not only the protective acid mantel of the skin, but in addition, shaving removes several of the most superficial skin layers including some living skin cell layers and this renders the skin vulnerable.

This vulnerability is not just limited to attack from micro-organisms either. Once the natural barrier of the skin has been compromised, molecules that would otherwise have been excluded are now able to penetrate the skin and enter into the deeper layers of the skin and potentially the bloodstream.

Natural skin care products for men that only contain safe, effective and 100% natural ingredients such as essential oils and herbal extracts will reduce this risk. Essential oils are known to have very powerful antiseptic effects, which help to keep micro-organisms from penetrating through the compromised skin and thus prevent infection and inflammation of the skin. Together with herbal extracts, these types of ingredients soothe, nourish and protect the skin and prevent bacteria and other micro-organisms, etc., from entering the deeper layers of the skin.

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Wildcrafted Vitalising Shaving Gel for men is suitable for all skin types.

Use a small amount of Wildcrafted Vitalising Shaving Gel on your wet face and neck and work into a lather for a smooth shaving experience without the nicks and cuts.

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In addition, using only safe and natural ingredients insures that potentially toxic ingredients, commonly found in men’s skin care products, are not a threat – simply because they’re contained in the products.

One also has to be mindful of the fact that no matter what type of razor is used, a range of bacteria and other micro-organisms will always be present on the blade, even a brand new blade. It is therefore very easy to introduce these organisms into the bloodstream. In most cases, the body’s immune system will handle this quickly and effectively, but by adding dangerous chemicals, contained in most commercially available skin care and shaving products, into the equation the skin can be adversely affected.

We are seeing an increase in skin sensitivities being reported by men that on closer examination frequently turn out to be allergic reactions to ingredients in the skin care products they are using. We have seen that once they start using 100% natural skin care products and follow a systematic skin care approach, these sensitivities tend to become less and their skin generally becomes healthier.

Specifically formulated natural skin care products for men are not jet commonly available, however, it is worth the effort to identify such products in order to avoid causing unnecessary skin problems and potentially dangerous skin infections.

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Fungal Infections - Tinea, Thrush, and Candida Can Be Treated Naturally


Fungi usually make their homes in moist areas of the body where skin surfaces meet: between the toes, in the genital area, and under the breasts. Many fungi (dermatophytes) that infect the skin live only in the topmost layer of the epidermis (stratum corneum) and do not penetrate deeper. Obese people are more likely to get these infections because they have excessive skin folds. People with diabetes tend to be more susceptible to fungal infections as well.

Strangely, fungal infections on one part of the body can cause rashes on other parts of the body that are not infected. For example, a fungal infection on the foot may cause an itchy, bumpy rash on the fingers. These eruptions are allergic reactions to the fungus. They do not result from touching the infected area.

Types of Fungal Skin Infections

Your health care professional may suspect a fungal infection upon seeing a red, irritated, or scaly rash in one of the commonly affected areas. They can usually confirm the diagnosis by scraping off a small amount of skin and having it examined under a microscope or placed in a culture medium that will grow the specific fungus so that it can be identified.

There are several different fungi that can affect the skin, nails or hair/scalp and these include:

  • Ringworm (Tinea)
    • Athlete's foot (Tinea pedis)
    • Nail ringworm (Tinea unguium, onychomycosis)
    • Jock itch (Tinea cruris)
    • Scalp ringworm (Tinea capitis)
    • Body ringworm (Tinea corporis)
    • Beard ringworm (Tinea barba)
  • Candidiasis (Candida albicans)
    • Genital Candidiasis (Vulvovaginal Candidiasis (VVC), Vaginal Yeast Infections)
    • Invasive Candidiasis
    • Oral Thrush
    • Oropharyngeal Candidiasis (OPC, Thrush)


Symptoms associated with Candida albicans

Depending on the site of infection, symptoms may vary and are outlined below:

Location Symptoms
skin folds or navel
  • rash
  • patches that ooze white fluid
  • pimples
  • itching or burning
  • white or yellow discharge from the vagina
  • itching
  • redness in the external area of the vagina
  • burning
  • skin legions or rash
  • redness on the underside of the penis
  • scaling on the underside of the penis
  • painful rash on the underside of the penis
mouth (thrush)
  • white patches on tongue and side of mouth
  • pain
corners of the mouth (perleche)
  • cracks and/or tiny cuts at the corners of the mouth
nail beds
  • swelling
  • pain
  • pus
  • white or yellow nail that separates from skin

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The herbal extracts in Wildcrafted's Antifungal Cream are known to kill fungal and viral organisms, prevent secondary infection and stimulate wound healing and healthy skin function.

It contains Chelidonium majus, Thuja occidentalis, essential oil of Tea tree.

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Causes, incidence, and risk factors

Fungal infections are caused by microscopic organisms (fungi) that can and do live on the skin. They can live on the dead tissues of the hair, nails and outer skin layers of the body and may or may not cause any problems. Fungal infections include mold-like fungi (dermatophytes, which cause tinea infections) and yeast-like fungi (such as candida).

Cutaneous candidiasis involves infection of the skin with candida. It may involve almost any skin surface on the body, but usually occurs in warm, moist, creased areas (such as armpits and groins) or where skin surfaces frequently touch. Cutaneous candidiasis is fairly common.

Candida is the most common cause of diaper rash (nappy rash) in infants, where it takes advantage of the warm moist conditions inside the nappy. The most common fungus to cause these infections is Candida albicans.

Candida infection is particularly common in individuals with diabetes and in people who are obese. Antibiotics and oral contraceptives increase the risk of cutaneous candidiasis. Candida infections are however not isolated to the skin. Candida can also cause infections of the nail, referred to as onychomycosis, and infections around the corners of the mouth, called angular cheilitis.

Oral thrush, a form of candida infection found on the mucous membranes of the mouth, may be a sign of HIV infection or other immunodeficiency disorders when it occurs in adults. Infected individuals are not usually considered infectious to others, though in some settings transmission to immunocompromised people can occur.

Candida is also the most frequent cause of vaginal yeast infections, which are extremely common and includes the following symptoms:

  • Localised itching (may be intense)
  • Skin lesion or rash
    • skin redness or inflammation
    • enlarging patch
    • macule or papule
    • may have satellite lesions
    • located on the skin folds, genitals, trunk, buttocks, under the  breasts or other skin areas
    • infection of hair follicles ("folliculitis") may have a pimple-like appearance

Signs and tests

Diagnosis is primarily based on the appearance of the skin, particularly if risk factors are present. A skin scraping can show typical yeast forms, suggestive of candida.


General hygiene is vital to the treatment of cutaneous candidiasis; keeping the skin dry and exposed to air is helpful. Weight loss may eliminate the problem in obese people, and good sugar control in diabetics may also be helpful. External application of antifungal preparations may be used to treat infection of the skin; systemic antifungal preparations may be necessary for folliculitis or nail infection in combination with external application of suitable preparations.

Expectations (prognosis)

Cutaneous candidiasis is usually treatable, but occasionally is difficult to eradicate. Recurrence is common.


  • Recurrence of candida skin infection
  • Infection of nails may cause nails to become oddly shaped and may cause paronychia (infection around the nail)
  • Disseminated candidiasis may occur in immuno-compromised individuals (patients on immune suppressing drugs, AIDS patients etc.)


Good general health and hygiene help prevent candida infections. Keep the skin clean and dry. Drying powders may help prevent fungal infections in people who are susceptible to them. Weight loss and good sugar control in diabetics may help prevent these infections.


Natural Treatment Approach of Fungal Infections

The treatment approaches outlined below are intended for information only, not self medication/prescription purposes. CONSULT A HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL to assist you in developing a specific treatment approach for your condition.


General Treatment Approach for Fungal Skin Infections:

For External Use Only:

  • Tea Tree Oil
  • Cedarwood Oil
  • Chamomile Oil
  • Everlasting Oil
  • Thuja Tincture
  • Lemon Oil
  • Geranium Oil
  • Clary Sage Oil

For Internal Use:

  • Thuja Tincture
  • Celandine Tincture
  • Black Walnut Extract
  • Garlic Oil
  • Echinacea (purpurea)
  • Grapefruit Seed Extract
  • Acidophilus Capsules
  • Natural Un-flavoured Yogurt

Implementation of general treatment approach for Fungal Skin Infections as applicable to site of infection:

For the external treatment of :

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The herbal extracts in Wildcrafted's Antifungal Cream are known to kill fungal and viral organisms, prevent secondary infection and stimulate wound healing and healthy skin function.

It contains Chelidonium majus, Thuja occidentalis, essential oil of Tea tree.

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Athlete's Foot (Tinea pedis), Jock itch (Tinea cruris) and Body ringworm (Tinea corporis) (skin infections associated with skin folds).

Use either a cream or powder base preparation.

A cream containing:

  • Tea tree oil
  • Thuja occidentalis and
  • Chelidonium majus

will work well if applied regularly.

Nail ringworm (Tinea unguium, onychomycosis)

Hands - Always wear disposable gloves when preparing food, washing clothes or general cleaning. Make sure you keep your hands as dry as possible.

Feet - Wear cotton or woolen socks, dry well after shower or bath, avoid synthetic foot wear and keep feet well aired and as dry as possible.

Make up a mixture of the following ingredients:

  • 25 mls Thuja tincture
  • 25 mls Celandine tincture
  • 3 drops of Chamomile oil
  • 10 drops of Tea tree oil
  • 5 drops of Lemon oil

Using an eye-dropper, apply 1-2 drops to the affected nail and gently massage in. If the nail is badly infected, it may be necessary to cover it with a band aid, which should be changed 2x daily.

Scalp ringworm (Tinea capitis)

Make up a mixture of the following ingredients:

  • 10 mls Jojoba oil
  • 1 ml Tea tree oil
  • 2 mls Thuja tincture
  • 5 drops of Clary Sage oil

Apply 2-3 drops to the affected area of the scalp, 2-3 times daily.


Beard ringworm (Tinea barba)

Make up a mixture of the following ingredients:

  • 10 mls Jojoba oil
  • 1 ml Tea tree oil
  • 2 mls Thuja tincture
  • 5 drops of Geranium oil

Apply 2-3 drops to the affected area, 2-3 times daily.


Treatment of Genital and Oral Thrush

Vaginal Thrush:

Douche: Make a herbal mix of 100mls using Glycerine and Rose Water (equal parts) as the base and to this add:

  • 10 drops of Thuja tincture
  • 10 drops of Tea tree oil
  • 5 drops of Chamomile oil

Make sure you mix all the ingredients together well so that the oils and tincture are dispersed evenly through the base.

For Women - Take about 5 mls of this mixture and mix with 200 mls of warm water apply with douche apparatus.

For Men - The above ingredients should be mixed into a cream base using the same quanta ties (excluding the Glycerine and Rose Water). Apply 2-3 times daily. Or our Antifungal Cream may be used.

Note: Personal hygiene is important to prevent cross contamination between partners.


Oral Thrush

Gargle for Adults ONLY - Make a herbal mix of 100mls using Glycerine and Rose Water (equal parts) as the base and to this add:

  • 10 drops of Thuja tincture
  • 10 drops of Tea tree oil
  • 5 drops of Chamomile oil
  • 5 drops of Geranium oil

Take 5 mls into 100 mls of warm water, rinse mouth and gargle - DO NOT SWALLOW. Repeat 3 times daily. You should also replace your toothbrush.

For treatment of young babies and children Consult you health care professional.


Systemic (internal) Treatment of Fungal Infections


Maintaining a high degree of personal hygiene is vital in the successful treatment of fungal infection.

Avoid using synthetic based foot wear, under wear and other non natural fiber clothing. Air your body as much as possible, go "au naturale" where possible.


Reduce intake of food which have a high sugar content. For example: cakes, lollies and refined wheat products.

Eat a well balanced diet high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains. In addition, drink plenty of water to help eliminate toxins.

Eat natural, un-flavoured yogurt


Eliminate alcohol.

Vitamin supplementation

Increase Vitamin B-Complex.

Internal Medication:

Herbal medicines that can assist in the treatment of fungal infections include:

  • Garlic
  • Dandelion root
  • Echinacea
  • Black Walnut
  • Pau D'Arco
  • Thuja
  • Celandine
  • Grapefruit seed extract
  • Acidophilus and Bifodus Capsules.

NOTE: If you have a severe reoccurring fungal infection, consult your health practitioner as you may have a serious underlying health problem.


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About An Essential Oil of Interest:
Marjoram (Origanum marjorana)

botanicalsBotanical Name:
Origanum marjorana


Other Names:
Sweet marjoram, Knotted marjoram, Pot marjoram

Parts Used:
Flowering heads


Marjoram is a familiar culinary herb and has a great reputation as a herbal medicine. Marjoram was widely used by the ancient Greeks, in medicines, perfumes and other toiletries. The Greeks used Marjoram as a remedy for convulsions, dropsy, and narcotic poisoning. In England it used to be known as magerum or margerome. The origin of the word is uncertain, but perhaps derived from the Greek margaron meaning pearl, which has given us the name Margaret.

The essential oil is clear with a spicy-woody aroma and is extracted from the whole herb by steam distillation.

Uses in Traditional Medicine and Aromatherapy:

Therapeutic Properties:

Analgesic, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Carminative, Expectorant, Sedative, Tonic, Digestive, and several others.

Therapeutic Indications:

Arthritis, Asthma, Colds, Colic, Constipation, Dysmenorhoea, Dyspepsia, Flatulence, Headache, Hypertension, Insomnia, Leucorrhoea, Migraine, and Nervous tension.


The information provided here is not for the purpose of self diagnosis or self treatment. It is provided for the sole purpose of providing general information about herbs used in herbal medicine. A licensed physician should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment of any and all medical conditions.

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Susan and I hope you've enjoyed the articles and information provided in our Newsletter and look forward to any comments and feedback you may have. We'd also like to encourage all of you to suggest topics you would like to see us cover.

In good health

Danny & Susan Siegenthaler


© Copyright: Wildcrafted Herbal Products, 2009

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Kitty's Corner


Hello to you all, and a hearty Miau.

I hope you found last month's article interesting and helpful.

This month we'll look at:

Rules of Etiquette for Inexperienced Cats (Something to laugh about…)

Determine which guest hates cats. Sit on that lap during the evening. They won't dare push you off and will even call you "nice kitty."

For sitting on laps or rubbing against trouser legs, select colours that contrast with your own.

Always accompany guests to the bathroom. It is not necessary to do anything. Just sit and stare.

Do not allow closed doors in any room. To get one open, stand on hind legs and hammer with forepaws. Once the door is opened for you, it is not necessary to use it. You can change your mind. When you have ordered an outside door opened, stand half in and half out and think about several things. This is particularly important during very cold weather or mosquito season.

If one person is busy and the other is idle, sit with the busy one. For book readers, get in close under the chin, unless you can lie across the book itself.

For ladies knitting, curl quietly into lap and pretend to doze. Then reach out and slap knitting needles sharply. This is what she calls a dropped stitch. She will try to distract you. Ignore it.

For people doing homework, sit on the paper being worked on. After being removed for the second time, push anything movable off the table -- pens, pencils, stamps -- one at a time.

When your owner returns home laden with packages, fall down in front of them -- this works best on steps, all the better if the individual is proceeding downward. There is always the chance you may get stepped on, but this usually guarantees a fall and it you milk their guilt that follows it is usually worth it.

Should you run into a closed sliding glass door or do anything stupid, never let on as much and go about your business as if "I meant to do that."

If you allow a dog to share your domain you are in luck. Should you tatter the drapes or destroy anything for which you fear retribution, wait until your owner (misnomer if there ever was one) is nearby, slap the dog and run for it. Dogs are stupid and will accept blame for anything. If this should fail, simply run and hide. No one really expects to catch a cat.

Get enough sleep during the daytime so that you are fresh for playing at night between 2 and 4 a.m.

Don't tell anyone you got these tips from me!!!

For now, Miau from me, until next month.


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