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Introducing TRR Organically Skincare

 

Perhaps you have seen some of my social media updates about an upcoming partnership between Day by Day Beauty and TRR Organically Skincare.  

 

100% Organic & Handmade

 

Many skin care lines in the beauty industry want to be as organic as possible, but very few are or can be 100%. 

 

TRR Organically Skincare is 100% Natural and handmade fresh.  Moreover, TRR Organically Skincare products are customizable for your skin type and skin needs.

 

They Work

 

TRR Organically Skincare provides the skin with natural ingredients that are full of Vitamins and Minerals.  While using TRR Organically Skincare, your skin will be nourished with antioxidants that protect against environmental damage and the effects of aging.

 

Made by Licensed Aesthetician of 16 Years

 

TRR Organically Skincare is founded by Nichole Clemens.  Nichole is a Licensed Aesthetician of over 16 years.

 

Within her industry, Nichole saw a need for safe and natural skin care choices - just like Pamela.  

 

 

 

Think Clean and Green to Flawless Skin -

Beyond The Skin Care Routine

 

 

Introduction

 

Let’s accept the fact: many of us are skin conscious.  As much as possible, we wanted to have fresh, good looking skin.  However, many of us fail to recognize that simple steps are the best way to attain it.   And instead of keeping skin healthy by allowing it to maintain itself, we work the hardest on the problem areas after damage has been done.  Now is the time to undo the bad habit of reaction after the effects: prevention and simple, natural maintenance.

 

 

Think and Act CLEAN

 

One thing that is true in our society since the early days of advertizing, companies that produce skin care products would like you to believe that a perfect, beautiful complexion can be purchased in a jar.  But the truth is, a truly radiant, blemish free and moist skin is a result of being clean.  And that is clean throughout… not simply skin deep.

 

Most medical professionals suggest to clean the skin gently by washing it with a mild cleanser, at least once in the morning and once in the evening, as well as after periods of heavy perspiration or when the skin becomes visibly soiled, such as after exercise or if household cleaning products touch your skin.  But as well as surface clean, there is one thing that’s crucial for maintaining a beautiful skin, and that is to create clean blood that continuously supplies nutrients right to the doorway of each and every cell in your body.   If you start practicing this, there’s no doubt that you’ll be well on your way to having naturally beautiful skin.

 

But, how can you make it possible?

 

These days keeping toxins out of blood and organs in the body seems difficult.  The primary reason is that, most of us dwell in an ocean of chemicals and drugs.   We eat mostly refined and processed foods.  There is good news however, your body is constantly in a cleansing mode.   It was created with the ability to drive out toxins as long as the energy necessary for it to function is supplied.

 

The bottom line is: cleansing energy is more abundant when you supply your body with the nutritious foods.  Note the word “nutritious”.

 

Main Organs That Keep Your Skin Beautiful

 

Our body is made up of different organs that are responsible for, among many other important functions, providing us with beautiful and healthy skin.  The skin itself is an organ, as well, and all working together the human body is a fantastic system.   The inner organs you have the power to influence through diet include:

 

  • Liver

  • Kidneys

  • Adrenals

  • Thyroid

  • Large Intestines

  • Small Intestines

 

Liver and Kidneys

 

It is interesting to know that our liver and kidneys are the two filtering organs that provide ongoing “housecleaning services” to the bloodstream.  With the common diet of today, these organs are seriously well-worn and even underpaid. So, why overload them with outside challenges?  Is it hard for you to just protect them from outside harm?  Not particularly.  Many medications cause the liver and kidneys to work harder, and those will be labeled as medications you should not imbibe alcohol with.  Alcohol causes the liver to work harder as well, so pay heed to medication labels because while the liver can repair itself to some extent, it can’t keep up with constant barrages.  Feed them well, and give them breaks when taking medication or drinking alcohol, and they will keep you, including your skin healthy in the end.


Adrenals

 

Lying on top of your kidneys are walnut-sized adrenal glands.  These organs are often called the “workhorses” of the human body perhaps because they are responsible for making a number of essential hormones like estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, and pregnenolone.  It is necessary to note that healthy hormones are essential ingredients when seeking energy, as well as healthy skin.

 
Thyroid

 

The thyroid works closely with your adrenals to form essential energy and is a component of metabolism.  Note that a dry, sluggish and flaky skin along with a sluggish metabolism and low energy for no apparent reason can be evidence of a weak thyroid.  Consult your doctor if you suspect thyroid problems.

 
Large and Small Intestines
 

Studies have revealed that the general well being of one’s liver, kidneys, adrenals and thyroid is dependent on the general condition of the small and large intestines.   Aside from providing nutrients to these organs, the small and large intestines hold the responsibility of removing whatever waste product is accumulated in the body.   If the small and large intestines failed to perform this role, the waste that was meant for elimination will remain in your intestines and this will result to thickening of the skin, which will eventually over produce oils and lead to blemishes.   Clean intestines actually mirror a pure and flawless skin.

 

Several reports have noted that drugs, alcohol, chemicals and heavy metals like mercury and lead do daily damage to millions of people in the world. The liver is primarily damaged by the refined oils containing trans-fatty acids, while the kidneys are damaged by the common table salt that is devoid of natural minerals.  Perhaps the main reason for this is the fact that thousands of processed foods that people consume everyday have trans-fats and refined salt.   In addition, it was found out that pasteurized as well as homogenized dairy products are able to clog the kidneys, thus they should be avoided, or countered upon by increasing water intake.  But, to maintain a healthy and naturally beautiful skin, you need to add foods into your diet that nourish those mentioned six organs of the beauty.

 

Think GREEN

 

In Chinese medicine, spring is the season when the liver cleanses and heals naturally by way of driving out the dangerous toxins that were accumulated in the body through the refined and preserved foods that have been the main source of food through the winter.  Dermatologists have adopted the idea and are using the literal season of Spring to be a season for skin care as well.  Many experts suggest increasing a diet in green foods, and their nutritional values are highest when actually grown in season. Therefore, Spring is a jump-off point for diets as well.  Green foods refer to those green leafy veggies such as spinach, kale, dandelion greens and broccoli.  Freely eat them cooked, raw, and juiced.

 

More Foods Necessary for Nourishing Your Body and Skin

 

Generally, the commonly called “super food” formulas provide a mix of nutrients and antioxidants necessary for the body and skin.  These include the cereal grasses, algae and green veggies. Other foods known to contribute to healthy skin include the raw and virgin fats and oils.  One particular perfect source is the coconut oil, which is especially good for the thyroid.   Mineral-rich food such as dark green leafy vegetables, ocean vegetables and seafood are important. The antioxidant-rich foods like black currant, blueberry juice and green tea are a daily must as well.  Citrus foods high in vitamin C are also powerful antioxidants protecting your cells from the inside from taking unnecessary cellular damage from influences such as pollution.

 

Furthermore, there is one more group foods that is worth mentioning – the fermented or cultured foods such as yogurt.   These foods are actually found in every traditional culture around the world and many are rediscovering these as news stars of a wholesome diet.  Just like some of the above mentioned foods, these are key components to a healthy digestive tract, which in turn supports other systems in the body.

 

Conclusion

 

As presented, there are a lot of ways to attain and maintain a healthy, beautiful skin.  All through simple diet changes that will improve your body systems as a whole.  Eating nutritious foods such as those mentioned above is perhaps the most necessary move to consider if you want a good looking skin.  Then once the body is working at top efficiency throughout, you may find that adding outer beauty products work better, or may not be necessary at this point in your life.  Simply think green, stay clean, and have a beautiful skin. Naturally.

 

 

Edited by Day by Day Beauty's Guru: Elizabeth

 

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