Dry skin, scalp and detox help

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Hi all, have you done your spring cleaning yet? We all need a good spring cleaning every once in awhile. This is a brief video discussing the link between detox health and dry, itchy scalp rashes and autoimmune issues. When dry, itchy flaky scalps are consistent without relief it can cause thinning and diffuse hair loss possibly leading to fungal issues

Well, it’s about that time. Maybe you don’t remember those days where your mom would make you stay in the house all weekend and give you something to empty your bowels? This is what we clear out….the descending colon  

Usually after a cold or the flu….or if you have been ‘breaking a lot of wind’ around the house….(I’m telling my age) helps to give the pipes a once over. Well, as we age, nothing has changed except the colon transit time. Some of us used to visit the comode a bit more frequently but now we need a little help.This is also a great solution for anyone noticing a bit more toxicity or a few more coughs with each season building within the body or if different skin rashes, sluggishness from weakened kidneys and adrenals or if sensitivities and more begin to exist.

A seasonal Detox is a great help for the:

  • Liver to reduce a fatty liver and to improve liver health
  • gallbladder- to process bile and help digest fats more efficiently
  • colon and skin health-sluggish colons breed disease, colon polyps and autointoxication
  • spleen- improves health of the liver and improves immunity
  • kidneys to help balance the adrenals

for the purposes of this blog post, it will also alleviate:

  • flaking
  • acne on shoulders and the back
  • pityriasis-abnormal flaking/scaling of the scalp skin
  • dermatitis (not to be confused with contact dermatitis like a recent exposure to poison ivy)
  • acne (the liver can detoxify the body of excess testosterone and estrogen)
  • yeast, fungal issues, and frequent colds by the removal of waste from the colon
  • foul body odors
  • bad breath
  • brain fogginess, loopiness and moodiness from the lack of serotonin absorption


Here’s what builds up in the body:

  • toxins from-medications, coffee, alcohol, processed foods
  • animals are fed the remains of other animals- these hormones and the antibiotics they’re fed, they affect our natural hormonal levels, allowing an resistance to antibiotics to build up so the liver must flush these out see here:
  • ‘Round-up’ type fertilizer and insect spray  is sprayed on our vegetables and fruit, this leads to nervous system issues and a build-up of toxicity read the Forbes article
  • mercury and oil sludge feed our fish-this winds up in our liver
  • plastic bottles and containers leech dangerous chemicals that cause issues, especially from microwaves

Here’s what can help you detox safely, naturally and herbally:


  • OPC3 Antioxidant this powerful pine bark extract contains more daily vitamin C and vitamin E
  • Promotes cardiovascular health PLUS:
    • Helps maintain healthy cholesterol and blood glucose levels
    • Helps maintain healthy circulation by strengthening capillaries, arteries and veins
    • Promotes healthy blood vessel dilation
  • Demonstrates anti-inflammatory activity and promotes joint health improving inflammatory issues like eczema and dermatitis
  • Combats free radicals
  • Helps maintain joint flexibility
  • Helps reduce mild menstrual cramping and abdominal pain
  • Helps support visual health/visual acuity
  • Potent free radical scavenger
  • Promotes healthy blood vessel dilation
  • Promotes healthy nitric oxide levels
  • Supports a healthy complexion
  • Supports healthy blood glucose levels
  • Supports healthy platelet activity
  • Supports healthy sperm quality
  • Promotes sinus comfort
  • Supports immune health

Do you like tea?

try these wonderful detox teas!!!

I’d like to mention the theory of ‘Autointoxication.’ I am a PuBMed geek. (ok, so sue me..I like to read) There are many Greek, Humoral and related thought processes behind the body re-absorbing its own waste causing sickness and illness. Read an article for yourself here: Intestinal autointoxication

Do what you can on the inside to manage what happens on the outside!

LaRonne Quarles, Certified IAT Trichologist

and Wellness Specialist

1420 So. New Road, unit 7, Pleasantville, NJ 08232




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