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Bare Skin Care - "D"feat Depression

by Charles Bollmann January 13, 2013

Bare Skin Cranberry Fresh toner is a wonderful solution for oily and acne-prone skin ! It contains glycolic acid polymer and salicylic acid in order to exfoliate and refine pores of congested skin. This ingredients soften the top layer of the epidermis, and the “cellular cement” that holds the corneum cells together will be resolved. It leaves the skin tight and smooth after use. The cranberry extract and witch hazel have natural anti-bacterial and antiseptic benefits. Normal and mature skin may also enjoy this toner as a stimulating and clarifying alternative to the regular Bare Skin toner. Based on the skin’s needs, it can be used as a spot-treatment, or on the entire face.

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"D"feat Depression

Whereas the therapeutic role of vitamin D, "the sunshine vitamin," for bone health, has become well established, some studies suggest that vitamin D deficiencies may contribute to cancer, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, and some infectious diseases.  Researchers from Vrije Universiteit Medical Center (The Netherlands) report a link between insufficient Vitamin D and increased risk of depression.   Studying 1,282 men and women, ages 65 to 95 years, the team found that subjects with major and minor depression had blood vitamin D levels 14% lower than participants who were not depressive.

Roll up your sleeves and enjoy the outdoors for up to 10 minutes a day,  Doing so will help your body to produce natural stores of vitamin D.

Charles Bollmann
Charles Bollmann


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