How to Get The MOST From Sausage Tree Cream
1. GET INVOLVED!
If your skin condition is severe start with a generous application every day and continue this increased application for at least 3 weeks. In addition, if you start with a standard application and after the first two weeks you do not see a noticeable improvement — increase the frequency of application to 3 times a day.
2. STICK WITH IT!
You need at least one full month to reap the total benefits! For those with persistent blemishes two months of consistent use may be necessary. Remember unlike antibiotics, Accutane, steroids and retinoids there are NO side effects so use Sausage Tree Cream worry free and reap the benefits
3. KEEP Cream HANDY!
Directions: Please use Sausage Tree Cream as directed and complete the recommended 1-month* course of treatment. Minimum recommended course of treatment is 1 month. Results can be seen in as early as 7-10 days. For those with chronic or severe skin problems the treatment may need to be extended to 2 or 3 months to obtain the best results. After the necessary course of treatment is completed, some decide to go on a maintenance regimen of application every 2-3 days 1) After cleansing affected area, pat dry and apply a large coin-sized amount to skin. Apply generously for severe conditions. 2) Gently smooth and massage cream into skin for 2-3 minutes. Allow 5-10 minutes to fully absorb. 3) Reapply as needed throughout the day up to 3 times daily. If you have any questions, please contact us at Support@KigeliaShop.com If you suffered from persistent chronic ance, eczema or psoriasis, and after you have successfully completed a standard 1-2 month treatment you may want to have Sausage Tree Cream around for a “backup.” You may elect to continue with a maintenance application for a while – or at least have available a “rescue cream”. When one or two blemishes reappear you apply Sausage Tree Cream until they disappear. This does not mean that Sausage Tree Cream doesn’t work, it simply means that you may have to use it to make it work for you.
4. KEEP YOUR SPIRITS UP!
In general, Sausage Tree Cream is a very effective alternative for the treatment of teen or adult skin conditions. However- there are no miracle drugs that cure 100% of people for any disease. Each person is unique, with his or her own personal body biochemistry. For the majority of individuals a standard application will start to show results within 1-2 weeks. To achieve significant longer lasting results the full 1-month treatment period is required. For persistent, severe and chronic blemishes a more generous application and longer up to 2 month treatment is recommended.
Skin problems do not develop in 1 day or 1 week; therefore they are unlikely to disappear in 1-2 weeks. The more serious your skin problem the longer it will take for your skin to improve. The more serious your acne, eczema, psoriasis or age spots the more regular application you will need to take to achieve the desired results.
Food and Skin — 10 Super-Foods that Help Skin
There is an open discussion about different food causing skin problems. Food is much more than just a source of subsistence; it is a very important part of our lives and culture — so let’s look at the relationship between skin and food in a more comprehensive way.
In general, food does not cause skin problems directly. skin problems are a manifestation of internal imbalances that cause over production of skin oil (sebum) and sometimes rapid cell turnover and this extra sebum and dead skin cells will feed bacteria and clog the pores, cause inflammation and result in blemishes.
On the other hand, food can cause allergies (hives are medically considered pimples but not acne) and food can actually create and/or exasperate internal metabolic imbalances, and in this way exasperate the skin. This is why those with problem prone skin should avoid sugary foods, too many carbs (they turn into sugar) and fatty, fried and spicy foods that may actually imbalance your body. Obviously if you have specific food allergies, are lactose (milk and dairy) intolerant, have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, you should follow the diet that is prescribed for those health issues. Otherwise moderation is the key. If you’re concerned your diet may be contributing to skin problems, try experimenting by eliminating certain foods and seeing how your body and skin react.
On the other hand, certain foods may actually help you to fight skin problems.
Here are just some of the best super-foods to support healthy glowing skin. Bon-Appe’tit!
- Foods rich in omega-3. Omega-3 has anti-inflammatory properties. So grill your wild salmon, sardines, trout and eat some caviar.
- Super-veggies. Try adding in the following cruciferous vegetables to your diet: broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, brussel sprouts, bok choy and kale (they even score high for containing many anti-cancer substances).
- Green is in. Chose dark greens, such as spinach and romaine lettuce, and even dark colored veggies, such as beets and red cabbage (which also can enhance immune system health).
- Wine anyone? Grapes and red wine are good to consume, in moderation of course (they even contain resveratrol which is a compound produced naturally by plants when under attack by pathogens).
- Bountiful beans. Legumes such as beans, peas and lentils contain saponins (antioxidants) and even protease inhibitors (block viral particles which contribute to immune system load).
- Pick your berries. Add some blueberries and blackberries to your oatmeal or yogurt.
- Flex the muscle of your…flaxseed. Especially if you grind it yourself and consume when fresh, for the essential fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid (reduce inflammation) and other good fats, flaxseed is a great staple to keep in your kitchen.
- You are NOT a vampire – so love your garlic! Make your meals that much better by adding in some garlic, onions, scallions, leeks and chives.
- Tea time. Put green tea on your shopping list. (theanine a lauded component of green tea is known to calm mood and regulate neurotransmitters)
- Pick those juicy tomatoes. Indulge in eating some tomatoes for the famous antioxidant flavonoid lycopene.