Acne as an indicator - clean up your beauty routine now!

June 30, 2017

Acne as an indicator - clean up your beauty routine now!

Acne is a common condition that over half of women between age of 21 and 30 and many others in their 20s and 40s, as well as 85 percent of teenagers. “Acne is an indicator that things are off. If you make the effort to explore what’s off and remedy that, then you become healthy overall,” says Alan Dattner, MD.


This can be symptoms of health issues or a buildup of toxins.


“Clean up your beauty routine by eliminating ingredients such as phthalates, parabens and synthetic fragrances, which some experts believe can exacerbate acne symptoms.” Says Jessica Rubino in her article “Fight Acne Naturally”, deliciousliving.com, January 2013.

Mia’s Botanicals offers aromatherapy facial care products that are void of phthalates, parabens and synthetic fragrances. Give them a try!


#MiasAboutFace, #MiasNatureTherapy


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