From the Kitchen to Your Skin, Expert’s ‘Recipe’ For Clear Skin

June 15, 2016

From the Kitchen to Your Skin, Expert’s ‘Recipe’ For Clear Skin

Who doesn’t want clear skin? Almost everywhere you look, you will find a regime to achieve it. But take it from Linda Collinson, Senior Vice President of Infusion Sciences, who whips up treatments herself in her kitchen. So, if you are like millions of others looking for recipe for clear skin, here are Linda’s five tips:

1. Your skin starts with your inner health. If you are lacking nutrients or intestinal probiotics, you will have skin problems. Studies have shown Rosacea can be caused by low hydrochloric acid in the stomach.

2. Once your low nutrients have been addressed, you can cleanse your skin with a little oatmeal. Pour a small amount in your hand and mix with water to make a paste. Scrub your face then rinse.

3. After cleaning your face, follow with a good toner. This will close your pores and help to clean excess oils. I recommend plain witch hazel. Soak a cotton pad and wipe it all over your face. You can use a spray bottle filled with witch hazel to cool and freshen during those hot dry days.

4. I also love clay to help clear skin, and I suggest a good quality bentonite clay. First, mix a tablespoon with water to make a paste. Then, spread it all over your face and leave it on for about 20 minutes until it’s dry, then rise it off with cool water. Remember, to always apply a good moisturizer like Dewberry Lotion because clay can be drying. The benefits of clay are wonderful because of it’s drawing action which will draw toxins out of your body.

5. Finally, buy a liquid clay and take a tablespoon daily. This will draw the toxins out of your body. You will be amazed how this will clear up your skin and eyes.

Collinson is the developer of DewBerry Lotion. It’s formulate has been sold to hundreds of thousands of loyal customers over the decades.