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Intelligent Skin Care

Topical creams, balms, ointments and medications used on the skin ends up inside our bodies. The skin, after all, is the largest organ of the body. Yes, we know what you’re thinking. The skin is classified as an organ, all 2 meters of it in the average human. The skin is really our most vital organ seeing that it’s the one we wear on the outside because it covers and protects the top ten other vital organs we have, such as our brain, heart, lungs, liver, bladder, stomach, intestines and more.

Using topical applications therefore needs to be done intelligently. Not only does the skin offer larger area access, it also happens to absorb deeply enough to reach the bloodstream.

Red Alert for Toxins in Skin Care Products

Sadly, most topical creams, especially those in the beauty industry contain a cocktail of harmful carcinogenic (cancer-causing) ingredients, such as harsh, toxic chemicals, fragrances, colourants, irritants and allergens. Seriously, if you can’t pronounce an ingredient, or haven’t a clue what it is it probably isn’t one bit good for you or your family and especially not for your babies and children

Organic Skin Care Rules

The Supersalve range is proud to be authentically organic, free from carcinogens, toxins, chemicals and parabens. The latter, used mostly in cosmetics, interferes with hormones in both male and female reproductive systems. That is the last thing you need your teen to be exposed to.

Be sure that you’ll be able to both understand and pronounce the wonderful ingredients in the organic Supersalve skin care range. Apply freely and let the power of nature soak into your body knowing it’s doing good all the way to the tissues, the joints, bloodstream and bones.

Supersalve Organic  Range cream balm and ointment

 

NB: All SUPERSALVE products are completely free from petrochemicals and parabens

Visit www.supersalve.co.za – orders over R500 are couriered free of charge to your door.

 


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