Natural Skin Care Newsletter - November 2005

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Natural Skin Care Newsletter: November 2005 Issue

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Introduction

Welcome to the November issue of the Natural Skin Care Newsletter. Again this month we've included several articles on a variety of topics for you in the hope that you'll find something of interest. Remember, we value your feedback and suggestions for future topics so don't be shy and drop us a line or two.

This month we have focused on Skin Types. Most of us have more than just one skin type, and there are various combinations of how the tree basic skin types can combine. You may have an oily T-Zone, but normal or dry skin around the cheeks and neck. On the other hand you may have dry and sensitive skin. What ever the combinations, you do need to be aware of them and may need to consider treating each one seperately.

This month's Newsletter Articles will give you all the information you need to assess your skin and choose the right type of product ingredients to treat your skin.

Index of the October 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)

Articles:

What is Your Skin Type?
(by Danny & Susan Siegenthaler)

Oily?
(by Danny & Susan Siegenthaler)

Dry Skin?
(by Danny & Susan Siegenthaler)

Sensitive Skin?
(by Danny & Susan Siegenthaler)

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How to identify your Skin Type?

Choosing Your Skin Type

The best way to get the most out of your natural skin care products is to choose them on the basis of your skin type.

There are four basic skin types: oily, normal, dry and sensitive. However, these articles will not discuss 'Normal' skin types as there are little or no problems associated with having a 'normal' skin.

When it comes to the skin of the face and neck, most people have a combination of two or more of these, so when choosing the skin care product consider how that product is going to affect your skin.


How To Choose Your Skin Type

Indicators

Normal / Dry

Normal / Oily

Sensitive

Pore size

fine

enlarged, especially on nose and chin

average

Blemishes

rare

occassional or often

occassionally. Tends to rashes and reacts often

Excess oil

rare

develops an oily sheen throughout the day

seldom a problem

Sun sensitivity

seldom burns or readily burns

tans easily and generally does not burn

readily burns and becomes inflammed

Condition

taut, flaky

soft and supple

red, irritated, flaky and itchy

Lines

many around mouth and eyes

minimal

few

Now that you have been able to identify your skin type, let's discuss each of the major types and what you can do to normalise them.

Dry Skin

Dry skin, also referred to as Xerosis, is a common problem for many people. The skin requires moisture to maintain its smoothness and suppleness and during winter, this can be particularly difficult. In addition, it is also adequate moisture in the skin is important in maintaining the pH balance of your skin.

During winter, people prone to dry skin, need to be particularly alert and aware of the factors, which contribute to drying of their skin. For example, in our attempt to keep warm, we use central heating in the home, heat the car and of course in the office. This all contributes to drying out of the skin and the potential to develop eczema or dermatitis.

Adequate fluid intake become very important as the dehydrating effect of heating needs to be over come and excessive loss of moisture needs to be replaced.

Simple daily routines, such as bathing, showering and towel drying, may actually promote dry skin. This is because the heat from the shower/bath will open the pores of the skin and thus lead to loss of moisture. You may wish to modify your bathing routine to help preserve your skin's loss of moisture, however, we all need to have showers/baths. To some extent, bathing provides the skin temporary moisture, but it removes the skin's ‘Acid Mantel’ (protective layer), opens the pores of your skin and in the long run, causes more moisture loss than gain. Particularly if you use commercially manufactured soap, which by nature has a drying effect on the skin.

If you do need to use soap, make sure it is of a neutral to slightly acid pH, as your skin is slightly acid and an alkaline soap will disturb the pH balance. In addition, make sure there are no harsh chemicals contained in your soap, as this will remove the ‘Acid Mantel’ and cause your skin to dry out.

Caring for dry skin requires the use of a correct skin care regime to counteract the drying of your skin. By following the suggestions below, you will reduce the dryness of your skin and promote a healthy vibrant complexion, all over:

Step 1: As explained above, do not wash using soap, as it dries out your skin! – Instead, use an exfoliant, such as the ‘Skin Renewal Gel’ from Wildcrafted Herbal Products, followed by Wildcrafted’s Hydrating Cleanser to keep your skin from drying out unnecessarily.

The Skin Renewal Gel uses finely ground pumice, grains, Yellow Clay, finely ground Oatmeal and Tea Tree Powder to gently remove superficial dead skin cells and surface impurities. The combination of essential oils of Neroli and Chamomile, soothe the skin, leaving it clean, smooth and feeling fresh and invigorated.

The Hydrating Cleanser is formulated for Normal to Dry, Mature and Sensitive skin types. Wildcrafted’s Hydrating Cleanser contains essential oils of Rose, Chamomile and Geranium with Glycerine and oils of Coconut, Almond and Shea Nut Butter to cleanse, soothe and hydrate the skin. Rose and Chamomile are soothing and calming to the skin, while Geranium tones and improves the general appearance of the skin. The combined actions of glycerine and coconut, palm and almond oils have a hydrating effect on the skin and maintain moisture in the skin, preventing dryness.

This special formulation makes Wildcrafted Hydrating Cleanser perfectly suited for dry, mature and sensitive skin types and should be used before toning and moisturising as part of a daily skin care regime.

Step 2: Apply a toner to prevent loss of moisture from your skin – Many people often neglect this step, yet it is a very important, especially if you have dry skin. Toning lotions, such as Wildcrafted’s ‘Milk of Roses Toner’ provides essential oils and herbal extract that help to close the opened pores and prevents loss of moisture.

Milk of Roses Toner calms, hydrates and tones your skin, without drying or irritating effects, through the actions of Rose, Calendula, Glycerine, Witch hazel and Aloe Vera. Wildcrafted’s Milk of Roses Toner should be used after cleansing and prior to moisturising the skin, to remove any remaining cleanser and prepare the skin for the moisturising phase of your daily skin care regime.

Step 3: Moisturise, moisturise, moisturise. – This cannot be stressed strongly enough. Moisturising will not only nourish your skin, but it will help to reduce loss of moisture even further, thus preventing dry skin, as well as repair damaged skin.

Wildcrafted’s Papaya Day Crème, for example is a good illustration of using essential oils and herbal extracts to re-hydrate the depleted skin and nourish it to help protect is from loss of moisture.

Wildcrafted’s Papaya Day Crème is a creamy moisturiser for dry and mature skin types. Papaya fruit and Mango Butter are blended with Vitamin E, Wheat germ, Sesame and Coconut oils to restore and hydrate the skin while essential oils of Frankincense, Patchouli and Neroli soothe and calm dry, sensitive skin. Wildcrafted Papaya Day Crème should be applied daily, after cleansing and toning for best results.

 

Dry skin can also be itchy and become very sensitive, often resulting in eczema and dermatitis. This is definitely to be avoided. The prevention of excessive loss of moisture to prevent dry skin is imperative to prevent further complication of dry skin.

Symptoms such as itching, flaking of the skin, cracking and scaly skin all point to you having very dry skin and this requires attention. You will seriously need to look at the amount of water you are not drinking, as this is beyond just using a good skin care regime, although it does help.

Water needs to be consumed at 3 litres per day, no less, because that is what the body uses to maintain proper metabolism. So whether you are physically active or not, you will need to provide the body with at least 8-10 glasses of water every day to just to maintain the status quo and prevent your skin from drying out.

Of course if you are physically active, you will need to considerably increase this amount to replace the water loss through sweating. Making sure you have sufficient mineral salts in your diet can also help to prevent dry skin. I am not referring to Table Salt, but the salts present in celery and other vegetables.

As you probably know, sweat is slightly salty and these are the salts you need to replace. Celery is a vegetable high in mineral salts and should be included in your salads and sandwiches.

In conclusion, combining a high quality natural skin care regime with an adequate water intake and a diet high in vegetables, which contain mineral salts and trace elements will help you to combat dry skin.

 

Oily Skin

Oily skin usually generally only refers to specific areas of your facial skin, such as the Nose, forehead and may be the chin. This is also known as the T-Zone. Although you can have oily skin anywhere on your body, most commonly oily skin is primarily a problem in the region of the T-Zone of your face.

Oily skin tends to appear shiny and feel ‘greasy’ to the touch, with pores that tend to be enlarged and prone to blackheads, whiteheads and pimples. The skin outside the T-Zone however, can be normal or even tend toward dry. This is more common than a uniform oily skin and does tend to require different approaches for each of the different skin types.

In this article, however, we’ll focus on how to treat the oily skin type only, as other skin types are discussed in related articles.

Causes of Oily Skin

Genetic – Genes can be such that your parents passed on ‘the oily skin gene’ to you and that is just the way it is. But you don’t have to resign your self to having oily skin. The right skin care regime will help to balance the pH of your skin and help you achieve a more ‘normal’ skin type.

Dietary – This is one area where you can have a strong influence. You choose what you eat and what you eat will affect your skin. Eat oily, greasy foods and your skin will reflect that. Eat healthy foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables and your skin will reflect that too. Some vegetables are particularly good to help balance your skin and help reduce the oiliness of your skin. Some include: Greens and fruits; drink Yarrow Tea; add Cucumber, parsley, Cabbage, Tomato to your cooking and salads. In addition make sure you have adequate levels of vitamin B2. Even a slight deficiency in vitamin B2 can cause oily skin. Natural sources of vitamin B2 are nutritional yeast, wheat germ and organ meats, which provide both vitamin B5 and vitamin B2. Other good sources of vitamin B2 are whole grains, beans, nuts, and royal jelly. Buckwheat, black beans and whole rice are excellent to supply the body with iron, which will rejuvenate pale skin.

Hormonal – Hormones influence your skin to a great extent. The birth control pill can cause some women to develop oily skin, while in others it can cause dryness of the skin. You should talk to your health professional about your concerns if you suspect your birth control pill to be causing you oily skin.

Pregnancy related – Pregnancy is a time when your body goes through a number of hormonal changes, these will tend to normalise themselves after birth, however, using a good quality, natural skin care regime can give you considerable relief while your pregnant and wish to get your oily skin under control.

Cosmetic products – Make sure your cosmetic products are natural, synthetic and artificial products have a habit of causing all sorts of skin reactions, apart from making your skin oilier than it already is.

Climatic – Hot, humid climates tend to cause oily skin. Again you can counteract this by using a high quality natural skin care regime and drinking lots of water (in excess of 3 litres per day).

Most commonly, teenagers are most likely to be affected by oiliness of the skin, however, hormonal changes, such as pregnancy, puberty, menstrual cycles etc., can affect the sebum secretions of the skin and result in oily skin. Although, generally with age the skin tends to become dryer, oily skin can still be a problem even during the middle stages of life, often referred to as ’middle age acne’. The up-side of oily skin is - it ages more slowly.

 

Skin Care for Oily Skin

First, let’s look at what NOT to do:

Do not wash your face more than once or twice a day. Washing your skin tends to irritate it and this will cause the skin to produce more oil in order to soothe the irritation.

Do not use soap to wash your face. Most commercially manufactured soaps change the natural pH of your skin. Your skin’s pH is slightly acidic and the wrong soaps will strip the skin of it’s natural soils and destroy the protective ‘Acid Mantel’.

Do not use strongly astringent products (products that leaf your face feeling dry and dehydrated).

 

Now let’s look at what TO do:

Use a complete, natural skin care regime.

Two or three times a week use a deep cleansing mask specifically formulated for oily skin. Wildcrafted’s Green Earth Medicine Facial Clay has been specifically formulated for oily skin and includes ingredients such as Green Clay and Niaouli Hydrosol, which are beneficial in treating your oily skin.

Daily natural skin care regime for oily skin:

Wash your face no more than twice a day using hot water. Then use a natural cleanser. Wildcrafted’s Lemon Cleanser uses ingredients such as essential oils of Lemon and Lavender blended with Jojoba oil to cleanse, freshen and restore your skin and it’s pH.

Use a toner that is appropriate for oily skin. Wildcrafted’s Wild Herb Toner makes use of Witch hazel and Juniper Berry, which condition and tone the skin, while Grapefruit and Niaouli invigorate the skin prior to moisturising.

Use a moisturiser designed specifically for oily skin. Wildcrafted’s Avocado Day Crème contains wholesome oils like Wheat germ and cocoa butter that moisturise and hydrate the skin without leaving a greasy feeling and essential oils of orange blossom and lemon to cleanse and soothe.

For further information about the suggested products, have a look at the Natural Skin Care System for Oily Skin

Washing your Face

If you do have to wash your face, use hot water (as warm as you can stand). This will help dissolve the oils on your skin, promote blood circulation and open your pores, which will allow for deep cleansing of your skin. DO NOT USE SOAP. Instead, use the Lemon cleanser to clean your face and follow the steps outlined under ‘Daily skin care regime’.

Two or may be three times a week treat your skin to a facial sauna; A facial sauna uses the following herbs: lemon grass, licorice root, and rosebuds. Using equal parts of these herbs, mix 3-4 tablespoons into a simmering pot of 2 litres of water for your facial sauna. When the pot is steaming, place it on a table, and sit with your face at a comfortable distance over the steam for fifteen minutes. You can use a towel to trap the steam if you wish.

After fifteen minutes, splash your face with cold water and allow your skin to air dry. Follow this by using Wildcrafted’s Wild Herb Toner to close the pores of your skin. This will prevent loss of moisture and the essential oils and herbs in the Wild Herb Toner will nourish and hydrate your skin.

Drink plenty of water each and every day. Water is essential to help your body detoxify itself and flush the system. Drink at least 2.5-3.0 litres of water every day (if you can, use purified water when ever possible).

Exercise

A regular exercise regime will also benefit your skin. Exercise creates increased blood circulation to the skin providing your skin with increases oxygen and nutrients, which will be beneficial in adding to control oily skin.

 

Sensitive Skin

Many women suffer from sensitive skin. Allergic reactions to a wide variety of chemicals can cause mild to severe skin reaction. Sensitive skin is just that, sensitivity to natural and non-natural chemicals and pollutants.

Sensitive skin is often dry, fine and tends to become blotchy very quickly after exposure to an irritant. In addition, sensitive skin tends to get worse with age, as the skin becomes less ‘plump’ and looses some of its natural tone. Unfortunately, this may also be associated with early development of fine lines and wrinkles.

There are a number of symptoms, which may help you to identify whether or not you have sensitive skin (should you be in any doubt):

  • Your skin reacts quickly to both heat and cold; Sensitive skin burns easily, when exposed to wind or sun
  • Skin is easily irritated by detergents, cosmetics and alcohol, leaving the skin red and blotchy, with visible surface veins.

There is some good news however. Sufferers of sensitive skin do not have to go without make-up or skin care products. On the contrary; a common sense approach to make-up and choosing a good quality natural skin care regime will help to reduce the sensitivity over time and will promote healthy, vibrant looking skin.


Choose a Skin Care Regime that makes use of good quality, Natural Skin Care Products


Before you start putting any makeup on your skin, you need to be sure to ‘prepare the surface’, so to speak. The benefits to your skin of following a daily skin care regime using good quality, natural skin care products, can not be underestimated. It is key to ‘normalise’ sensitive skin. The following is a simple step-by-step process anyone with sensitive skin should follow on a daily basis:
  • Two or three times a week use a deep cleansing mask specifically formulated for oily skin. Wildcrafted’s Red Earth Medicine Facial Clay has been specifically formulated for dry and sensitive skin and includes ingredients such as Red Clay and Rose Hydrosol, which are beneficial in treating your sensitive skin.
  • Wash your face no more than twice a day using a natural pH balanced cleanser. Wildcrafted’s Hydrating Cleanser uses ingredients such as essential oils of Rose and Chamomile blended with Glycerine and Shea Nut Butter to cleanse, soothe and hydrate your sensitive skin.
  • Use a toner that is appropriate for oily skin. Wildcrafted’s Milk of Roses Toner makes use of Rose and Aloe Very to gently calm, hydrate and condition your sensitive skin prior to moisturising.
  • Use a moisturiser designed specifically for dry and sensitive skin. Wildcrafted’s Rose Day Crème contains wholesome oils like Almond, Olive and Jojoba oils in combination with essential oils of Sandalwood and Rose to revitalise the skin and soothes and softens irritated, sensitive skin.
  • Use your natural skin care regime every single day.
  • Ensure your diet is very high in nuts, grains and vegetables and very low in saturated fatty foods. Consume foods high in vitamin A, such as: Meat, Chicken Liver, Cod Liver Oil, Cheese; Vitamin B-complex, which includes: Whole grain cereals, wheat, Pulses, Nuts, Green leafy vegetables, Molasses, Meat, Liver, Brewer's yeast; Vitamin D – some foods such as Milk, Beef liver, Salmon, Tuna, Butter, Sprouted seeds help in the production of vitamin D,  and Vitamin E which is found in: Avocados, Carrots. Cheese: especially Parmesan and Cheddar; Chickpeas, Egg yolk, Green leafy vegetables, Legumes, Margarine, Meats/poultry/fish, Nuts and nut oils, Oatmeal, Olives, Parsnips, Red peppers, Seeds, Soy products and soya beans, Sweet corn, Sweet potatoes, Tomatoes, Watercress, Wheat germ. Use Safflower, Sunflower and Sesame oils in your cooking.
  • Drink plenty of water each and every day to help keep your skin hydrated.

Some common sense advice:


The American Academy of Dermatology offers the following recommendations:
  • Choose make-up that comes in the form of a powder when possible. Powder cosmetics are not only great at removing shine, they have very few preservatives and contain few ingredients that can cause skin irritation compared with liquid makeup.
  • Avoid waterproof cosmetics, which require a solvent to remove them. Solvents are often harsh petro-chemicals which sensitive skin reacts to very quickly and often with quite severe reactions. They also remove sebum, the oily substance made by the sebaceous glands in the skin. Without this oily barrier, also known as the ‘Acid Mantel’ of the skin, sensitive skin is exposed to potential irritants that can cause a beauty breakout.
  • Throw out old cosmetics. "Women should keep track of cosmetic expiration dates and throw out any items that have passed their peak," cautions Dr. Bergamo. "Old makeup products can spoil or become contaminated. This is especially true for eye products, which should also be discarded if you experience any type of eye infection." Typical life spans for cosmetic products include 1 year for foundation and lipstick, 3 to 4 months for mascara, and 2 years for powder and shadows. It also is important to wash makeup brushes and sponges regularly to remove accumulated dirt and germs that can aggravate sensitive skin.
  • Use black-coloured eyeliner and mascara products. Dermatologists feel that black is the least allergenic of all colorants used in eye products.
  • Use pencil eyeliner and eyebrow fillers. According to Dr. Bergamo, "Pencil eyeliner and eyebrow pencils are wax-based and contain pigment and minimal preservatives. They are much less likely to cause problems than liquid eyeliners that contain latex, which may cause a reaction in latex-sensitive individuals.
  • Stick to earth-toned eye shadows. Lighter earth tones, such as tan, cream, white, or beige, seem to cause less upper-eyelid irritation. "The higher concentration of pigments in darker colours, such as navy blue, can cause an adverse reaction in women with sensitive skin," Dr. Bergamo speculates.
  • Check sunscreen ingredients. Dermatologists recommend daily use of a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a sun protection factor 15 or higher. For women with sensitive skin, sunscreen should contain only the physical sunscreen ingredients zinc oxide or titanium dioxide. Unlike chemical sunscreens that absorb ultraviolet rays, physical sunscreen ingredients deflect the rays rather than absorb them.
  • Use products that contain no more than 10 ingredients. The fewer ingredients in a product, the less likely it is to cause a problem. However, irrespective of the number of ingredients in a product, test it first on a small area of skin and see if there are any reactions before you use it over larger areas of your skin.
  • Avoid nail polishes. Wet nail polish can be transferred to a person's eyes and face before it dries. This casual transfer can cause problems for women with sensitive skin or allergies to any of the components of the polish.
  • Use foundations with a silicone base. Although powder is preferred to protect sensitive skin, women choosing a liquid foundation should look for one with a silicone base. Liquid facial foundations based on silicone do not cause acne, and silicone has a low incidence of skin irritation.

 

We hope you've enjoyed this month's issue of the Natural Skin Care Newsletter

In good health

Danny & Susan Siegenthaler

 

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