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The Largest Exposed Organ – What is it? How do we take care of it?

Our skin is a huge deal – literally! It is the largest organ in our bodies and one of the most complicated. It holds many different roles in the maintaining of life and health, but also has many potential problems, with more than 3,000 possible skin disorders.

Our skin holds everything in, playing a crucial role in providing an airtight, watertight, and flexible barrier between the outside and our highly regulated systems within our bodies. Skin helps with temperature regulation, immune defence, vitamin production, and sensation.

Our skin is so unique – in so many different ways, no other organ demands that much attention and concern in both states of disease and health. There is a huge focus on health, with a fierce dedication to having glowing, clearer, healthier, young, and fresher skin.

As individuals, we tend to judge our skin harshly. Our expectations can be a little too much – we look at retouched photos and individuals that utilize products and go, ‘wow, I wish my skin looks THAT good.’ We might feel that it is either too light, dark, pink, lumpy, brown… literally anything except just right.

Since our skin is so important, I wanted to touch on how to give our skin some much needed love. Keeping skin nourished, toned, and moisturized isn’t just to look good, but to also stay fit and healthy so it can continue to function at the highest level.

Homemade botanical skin care is one to say ‘thank-you’ to the skin you’re in!

  1. Skin-soothing cream – rubbing salve into your tired feet, or soaking in a hot herbal bath at the end of a long day can affirm the beauty, strength, and capacity of incredible skin
  2. Avoid products – avoid the use of products that contain non-natural ingredients – they can create harsh reactions, resulting in more breakouts and clogged pores
  3. Moisturize day and night – avoid fragrance laced lotions and creams, and stay tuned for my April 1st release 😉
  4. Stop touching your face – it is very important, you can avoid spreading bacteria that cause breakouts which can lead to scarring and an increase in wrinkles!
  5. Avoid direct heat exposure – don’t just watch out for the sun – avoid heaters and fireplaces as well as they can cause inflammation and collagen breakdown.
  6. Use the French Pink Rose – Clay Mask from our shop – it will pull toxins out of your skin while the Colloidal Oatmeal and Rose petals help soothe your skin. This will help improve the health and appearance of your skin!

Be kind to your skin and treat it with the very best! Botanical products will continue to protect the largest organ on our bodies.

Stay beautiful, healthy, and gorgeous. Queens, I know you’ve got this

~ Ruba Botanica

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