The skin is the largest organ in the human body.
It protects us from pathogens, extreme water loss, and aids in insulation and temperature control.
Substances flow through the pores of the skin into our blood stream and as a result, travel to most primary systems in the body.
What we put on our skin can consequently and particularly affect the way our nervous, lymphatic, and immune systems function.
In ancient cultures, what people used as shampoo, soap, and make-up, was derived from natural sources found in nature.