The skin is the largest organ of the body. It serves as one of human’s first line of defense from sickness, viruses, and other impending dangers which can be hazardous to the health. But, of all the organs of the body, it is also arguably one of the most neglected and taken for granted body parts as well.
For many, the view of the skin is shallow—it represents beauty, youth, color, or age. When people advertise taking care of it, it’s purpose is to submit to the standards of society, rather than to heal, repair, or nourish, as we would do for our hearts, livers, and kidneys among others.
Taking good care of the skin does not require expensive medicines or regular hospital visits. It takes a simple routine which you can do at home, to thank it for a job well done, and at the same time, nourish it with all the vitamins and minerals it deserves.