Category Archives for Skin

Eczema – A Grandmother’s Journey

Jo’s Journey with her Grandson who had Severe Eczema

What is Eczema you ask?

Eczema - Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic Dermatitis – is dry, itchy skin and rashes on the face, inside the elbows and behind the knees, and on the hands and feet. Scratching the skin can cause it to turn red, and to swell and itch even more.

Here is a real story with amazing results with just a few simple dietary suggestions as a result of a BioMeridian Scan.

Jo’s Grandson suffered from Eczema and had been to many doctors. The family was frustrated with no real good answers to how to best help this child. They went to Dermatologists and tried multiple kinds of creams and other remedies without good results.

Well – Le’ts let Jo Tell you in her own words:

Somewhere between the age of 1 and 2 my Grandson started being treated for Severe Eczema –

His Primary Care Doctor and even a Dermatologist continued to prescribe Steroids and other creams –

I helped my daughter with home remedies and she eliminated milk and other foods.

At one point the Dr did a blood test to identify allergies but nothing healed his skin.

The raw patches on the back of his knees, legs and feet were so severe that he got a staph infection,

I turned to Evelyn

Her scan results showed Gluten (which earlier I said we had eliminated foods but it was her total results that made the difference)

Sun Screen also showed as skin issue – which putting Sun Screen on his fair skin was always a fight and he would fuss and this we passed it off as just being difficult. We studied Gluten and became aware of everything that has Gluten – It was summer and we switched to a Zinc Sunscreen.

Evelyn suggested Digestive Enzymes, a Vitamin B Complex, and a Calcium Magnesium supplement.

The Little Guy detoxed for about 30 days and then his skin became clear and that little 5-year-old was so happy! He took over his health even at his young age, being aware of what he ate, and would remind you he needed the Enzymes.

This was something we struggled with for over 3 years and so Grateful for Evelyn and how she helped us.

In conclusion:
It was amazing to find out that the root of his skin problems came from within. That his digestive tract was yelling for help through his skin. His Eczema became so bad that he had sores on his legs. At one point the sores became infected with staph.

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Itchy Red Patches of Skin

You know those itchy inflamed patches of skin? Anyone got a guess as to what I might be referring to?
Here is some topical assistance: 

Apply to red patches of inflamed and or itchy skin. 

Also remember that when these inflamed skin conditions are present often the culprit is on the inside, a food sensitivity some of those are things like milk, sugar & white flour.

A good probiotic is often helpful too.Read More…

Ready for Summer?

Is your skin ready for Summer?🌻

You can make your own Lime and Coconut Scrub to brighten and refresh your skin. 1 cup organic virgin coconut oil,
1 cup Pink Himalayan (or Epsom) salt,
¼ cup Fractionated Coconut Oil,
15 drops Lime.

#SummerScrub #dToilsEveryDay #EssentiallyYOUR

Would you like me to mail you a sample of Lime? Drop me your name and email and we’ll set it up for you.

Mary@powerlinehealth.com

After Sun Spray

This is a must have as the sun begins to peak out from behind the clouds…
20 drops Lavender 

20 drops Peppermint 

20 drops Frankincense (optional) 

Add oils to a 4 oz spray bottle. 
Fill the remainder with either water or fractionated coconut oil. 

Shake and apply as soon as possible to the sunburned area. 
Repeat every few hours.
#MakeSpringGreat #ILoveOils #dToilsEveryday dT101Class

What’s In Your Skin Care Products?

I found an interesting article on Consumers Health Digest about The toxic things in many skin care products. 

Because of this I love to make as many of our skin care products as we can using very simple ingredients. Did you know that a few drops of vitamin E in your homemade skin care products will help to preserve them? Also coconut oil is one of the least likely oils to go rancid and is wonderful for the skin. Coconut oil has one of the quickest absorbent rates of the oils so it won’t leave the skin feeling oily very long. 

Ok here is the article By Consumer Health Digest (1):
Our skin needs to be taken care of consistently in order to look beautiful. We need to practice an effective daily skincare regimen, use the right skincare products and consume the right amount of nutrients every day in order to upkeep our skin, teeth, hair and nails. When we do not practice such a regimen, we are often faced with oily or dry skin that often starts to scale, break out in acne, develop dark spots or show signs of premature aging. These factors not only affect how we look, but also has a major impact on our self-esteem – we all know that first impressions matter and we want to look our best when we meet someone to, in order to convey a better first impression towards the new people we meet.Read More…

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