Jim King, Certifies Sports Nutritionist, Personal Trainer,Think of the skin as our bodies envelope!  It protects us and is a means of interacting with the outside world.  It has 3 layers: the epidermis (outermost layer), the dermis and the inner most layer the hypodermis.  It also houses the hair on your head & body, nails, sweat glands and small glands that secretes a lubricating oil.

The skin is a barrier between you and the environment that prevents invasion of bacteria or other microorganisms and fends off chemical and physical assaults.  In addition it helps regulate loss of water and helps regulates body temperature with thermolysis and thermogenesis.

It is a protective barrier but not impossible to pass through.  It has the ability to act as an excellent method to absorb cosmetics or medical products.

When you look at it this way, it has a huge job in guarding and maintaining your health.  It is a filter that attempts to restore balance keeping good stuff in and preventing bad stuff from getting in!

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Assist your body with this function by thinking about what you put up against it & rub into it!

Guard it’s exposures to:

our many cleaning products

pesticides we put on our skin

detergents, softeners, bleaches, stain removers we wash our clothing in

flame retardants, other chemical treatments used on our clothing

hair products, sunscreens, deodorants, make up, body washes, soaps, lotions,

Environmental hazards
Industry exhausts, gas & diesel fumes that we are exposed

Water treatments, other chemicals and pharmaceuticals in the water we bath in



Make sure you Understand and Learn how these environmental impurities can be harmful to your health and how to combat these toxins.   Use nutritional cleansing to help the organs of your body (that are often required to get fat soluble toxins out with a water soluble system) purge these health robbing toxins out of our bodies .