In this month's issue:
1) Your Skin Tells a Story
Centuries ago, Eastern cultures mapped and documented the intricate and deep relationship between the skin and the body's organs and systems, noting that the skin displays clues as to what types of stresses or malfunctions may exist and persist internally.
2)The Wonders of Water
Creams, nutritional supplements, treatments, lotions, and potions. We are always looking for the next miracle product to keep skin looking healthy and young. However, there is one essential, inexpensive, and often overlooked nutrient right at your fingertips: water.
3)Long Live Cells with Vitamin E
A good skin care regimen is comprised of an antioxidant-rich diet and vitamin/mineral supplementation that includes vitamin E -- an essential key to a healthy complexion. Vitamin E is unique in that it's not one vitamin, but a family of eight fat-soluble antioxidants, including four types of tocopherols and four types of tocotrienols -- alpha, beta, gamma, and delta. Alpha-tocopherol is the most common and most potent form of vitamin E.
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