We all have our morning routine...walking half asleep to the bathroom. Another day has begun.
Thank you Lord. We brush the teeth, wash the face, then roll on the underarm deodorant.
We do it all without ever thinking about "what" we are rolling onto our skin. Sure, I want to do all I can to protect myself from breast cancer. So SHOULD I be concerned about WHAT I am absorbing into my skin and tissues? YES.
In the morning I never use soap on my face.
Not even the homemade soap that I make myself twice yearly which is great for my skin. I just use cool water and pat dry.
The reason for this is that you do not want to strip your skin of the natural oils. This is especially true for aging skin.
If your skin is dry and then you apply makeup (as so many do in the morning) your skin will appear dry, cake-y and wrinkles will be so much more noticeable.
In the evening in the shower, I use my natural homemade soap on my skin. Then twice a week I use a duo that find is great for exfoliating and nourishing skin. Find out more...
"M" Words moves forward, expanding to provide vital info on improving your health & alternative methods, that I myself used, toward healing. I hope you will commit to becoming a physically healthy woman while seeking the Great Physician in prayer. I also found myself frustrated and seeking answers. I was in constant pain, nights with no more than 30 minute intervals of sleep, thyroid swelling, palpitations and unable to find joy with the dawn of each new day.
I know what it is like to beg God for wisdom & direction.
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After 18 years working in the health field as a Med/Surg Asst, I have seen many patients visit their doctor seeking answers but leaving with only a script in hand.