It’s important to take
It’s important to take care of your body, but there are some parts of your body that don’t need too much attention. Tara is here to discuss how you might want to think twice before cleaning your colon.
Does Your Colon Need Cleaning? 5 Things You Should Know
“Cleaning out the colon is sometimes necessary— for example, before a medical procedure, such as a colonoscopy.”
Physiologic Effects of Bowel Preparation
“Despite the universal use of bowel preparation before colonoscopy and colorectal surgery, the physiologic effects have not been described in a standardized setting. This study was designed to investigate the physiologic effects of bowel preparation.”
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Watching this moving my bowel makes me go an extra mile
Finally someone who talks sense .. and simple common sense at that. Most people won't get that.
Cleaning out the colon and fasting for a week I did. I felt pretty good but I was drinking salt, potassium, and magnesium water
What does Norton have to do with poop and water lol
We've all been told to
We've all been told to wash our face every morning and night with a cleanser, but have you ever taken a step back and asked, "How does a cleanser work?" In this episode of DermTV, Dr. Schultz answers this question.
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We've all been told to wash our face every morning and night with a cleanser, but have you ever taken a step back and asked, "How does a cleanser work?" Stay tuned!
The purpose of a facial cleanser is to clean the skin by removing foreign materials, that I'll call debris, that layer on or actually coat your skin by becoming trapped or dissolved in the naturals oils on your skin. Those materials include sweat, dirt, bacteria, and even previously applied skincare products like moisturizers, sunscreens, and makeup.
In addition, cleansers also help to remove the excess dead cells that also get caught in your skin oils and even remove excess oils that are naturally produced by your skin.
Cleaning the skin is not just a necessary matter of hygiene, but is also so important because it also helps to prepare your skin so your other facial skincare products apply properly and work their best.
We all wash with water, but the materials we're trying to remove either are dissolved in or embedded in oils, or actually are oils, and we all know that water and oil don't mix. So we need something to allow the water we wash with to combine with the oils to remove them. That's what a cleanser is for.
All cleansers contain chemicals called surfactants, which act as emulsifiers. Surfactants usually contain organic compounds that are amphiphilic, which means they have two different parts: first, a water soluble part that dissolves in water, but not oil. And second, an oil soluble part that dissolved in oil, but not water.
So the emulsifier has two chemically different parts to it. One that grabs water and the other that grabs the oil that has all the debris we're trying to get rid of.
So the cleanser helps water and your oils mix together, so water can actually wash away all the surface oils coating your skin that contain the unwanted debris. I think that's pretty neat and clean!
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There is no research anywhere showing that non-sulfate cleansing agents are any gentler or better for hair (or skin) than standard sulfate-based surfactants. There are gentle sulfates and drying sulfates, but like any cosmetic ingredients their effect is determined by how much is used. And lest we forget, some companies (like L’Oreal) promoting the sulfate-free claim as being an important benefit also sell shampoos formulated with sulfates.
What do you think about the oil cleansing method? I've been heavily considering it. A video would be awesome if you have a lot of information on the subject!
Could you do a video on how sugar can effect your face? People say chocolate doesn't cause spots but sugar does and there's sugar in chocolate so it must effect somehow!
My skin is soft and flat but i just have red marks