Skin Care Quotes

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“Be patient. Your skin took a while to deteriorate. Give it some time to reflect a calmer inner state. As one of my friends states on his Facebook profile: "The true Losers in Life, are not those who Try and Fail, but those who Fail to Try.”
Jess C. Scott, Clear: A Guide to Treating Acne Naturally

“When our emotional health is in a bad state, so is our level of self-esteem. We have to slow down and deal with what is troubling us, so that we can enjoy the simple joy of being happy and at peace with ourselves.”
Jess C. Scott, Clear: A Guide to Treating Acne Naturally

Nicola Salter
“The art of tea, whichever way you drink it, or whichever country you are from, has one underlining thread for all of us. It is the cultivation of yourself as you follow the ceremony of preparing your tea, the way in which you make your tea, how and where you drink it, and with whom. Making a cup of tea creates a space for just being.”
Nicola Salter

Fatema Mernissi
“Beauty is in the skin! Take care of it, oil it, clean it, scrub it, perfume it, and put on your best clothes, even if there is no special occasion, and you'll feel like a queen. If society is hard on you, fight back by pampering your skin. Skin is political. Otherwise why would the imams order us to hide it?”
Fatima Mernissi

Yancy Lael
“If you feel like a failure in any area of your life, then you are in need of some self-forgiveness.”
Yancy Lael, Soulful Skincare: The ultimate guide to radically transforming your complexion

Yancy Lael
“For most of us, the most common and unfortunate side effect of skin problems is isolation. We don't want to be seen the way we look. You can hide a lot of physical flaws, but not acne. It's right there, on the first thing people notice about us - our face. And it's hard for some of us to imagine that people can see the face - the PERSON - behind the acne.”
Yancy Lael, Soulful Skincare: The ultimate guide to radically transforming your complexion

Yancy Lael
“Don't forget that healing takes time. Don't expect to try meditation and a new skincare line and end up with perfect skin in a week. Give yourself the gift of time and patience. The body is a complicated, miraculous system and each body processes change in its own time.”
Yancy Lael, Soulful Skincare: The ultimate guide to radically transforming your complexion

“Consider the impact of your personal care choices on our health, water supply and our wider environment.”
Joanna Runciman, The Radiant Woman's Handbook

Yancy Lael
“I had to learn the hard way that treating the skin like an A-bomb drop zone is completely counterproductive. And through my healing journey, I've discovered something miraculous: that moisturizers can heal in unimaginable ways.”
Yancy Lael, Soulful Skincare: The ultimate guide to radically transforming your complexion

Yancy Lael
“Don't rely on labels to give you the information you need. Trust only the ingredient list and your gut.”
Yancy Lael, Soulful Skincare: The ultimate guide to radically transforming your complexion

Yancy Lael
“Wash, wash, wash. Tone, tone, tone. Strip the oil, then add an oil-free moisturizer to replace the oil. This is how we've been taught to care for our skin. It seems a little crazy when you see it in print, right? Take all that oil out and add chemicals to replace it. Nuts!”
Yancy Lael, Soulful Skincare: The ultimate guide to radically transforming your complexion

“Skin care must be good enough to eat!”
Joanna Runciman, The Radiant Woman's Handbook

Gina Barreca
“There are now skin products supposedly created with 24-karat gold extract. I guess if financial times got really tough, you could always pawn your own head.”
Gina Barreca, "If You Lean In, Will Men Just Look Down Your Blouse?": Questions and Thoughts for Loud, Smart Women in Turbulent Times

Amy Leigh Mercree
“Massage is considered to be an effective method to strengthen the immune system, as it combines essential oil application with touch, entering through the largest organ in our bodies, our skin”
Amy Leigh Mercree, Essential Oils Handbook: Recipes for Natural Living

Jana Elston
“IT'S NEVER TOO LATE
It's never too late to look after yourself. Never too late to eat healthily, get plenty of rest, exercise regularly and look after your skin. You'd be amazed at how quickly your skin and body can rejuvenate given the right environment.”
Jana Elston

Amy Leigh Mercree
“The astringent nature of apple cider vinegar helps to clear dead skin cells and keep the pores clear. The result is clearer skin that is healthier and less prone to breakouts.”
Amy Leigh Mercree, Apple Cider Vinegar Handbook: Recipes for Natural Living

Amy Leigh Mercree
“Say good morning to your skin with this enchanting treat.”
Amy Leigh Mercree, Essential Oils Handbook: Recipes for Natural Living

Amy Leigh Mercree
“The most valuable benefit of apple cider vinegar is that it helps to restore your skin’s natural pH balance.”
Amy Leigh Mercree, Apple Cider Vinegar Handbook: Recipes for Natural Living

Amy Leigh Mercree
“Self care is an essential part of a healthy life. Essential oils figure in many at-home remedies to smooth the skin, soothe the spirit, and calm the mind.”
Amy Leigh Mercree, Essential Oils Handbook: Recipes for Natural Living

Liz Braswell
“Ariel moved farther in, picking up and putting down the disgusting little pieces of bric-a-brac. Among all the horror was an ironically delicate vanity covered in mother-of-pearl- and, intriguingly, all manner of exquisite little glass bottles. Scents from the east, oils from the west, attar of roses, nut butter, extract of myrrh, sandalwood decoctions, jasmine hydrosols... Everything to make someone smell exquisite.
Or to mask whatever it was she really smelled like, Ariel thought wryly.
Or were the oils and butters for more medicinal reasons- for the cecaelia's skin? Ariel found herself looking at her own hands, rubbing them over each other lightly. Last time she had only been in the Dry World for a few days. Was it- literally- drying? Was it difficult or painful, for creatures from the sea to remain for months battered by void and air, despite their magic?
Ariel shivered. Magic didn't make everything simpler. Crossing the thresholds of worlds was no minor thing.”
Liz Braswell, Part of Your World

“When you believe in yourself great things happen!”
unknown author

Stephanie Lahart
“Makeup does NOT define my beauty. I am unapologetically me, and I love myself flaws and all! As a matter of fact, I feel most beautiful when I’m not wearing makeup. I prefer healthy, glowing skin from the inside out. I drink plenty of water, green tea, healthy smoothies with fresh fruits/vegetables, and I absolutely LOVE my daily Clinique skin care routine. I encourage girls and women all over the world to love the skin they’re in! Strive to have healthy looking skin, NOT perfect looking skin.”
Stephanie Lahart

Ntathu Allen
“From a yogic perspective, good health starts within. All yogic practices help to keep your skin healthy and radiant.
The beauty industry spends a lot of money projecting a certain image of beauty that causes you to feel inadequate if you do not match up to this ideal.
From a yogic view you foster your inner beauty through the natural care of your body. The yogi sees their physical body as a temple that houses your soul. True beauty is the reflection of your inner self radiating and touching others”
Ntathu Allen, Yoga for Beginners: A Simple Guide to the Best Yoga Styles and Exercises for Relaxation, Stretching, and Good Health

Steven Magee
“The human skin evolved in a natural electromagnetic radiation environment and is now in a very unnatural man-made one that is making many people sick.”
Steven Magee, Electrical Forensics

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Pink City Skin Care

Aarti Patel
“What was the one underlying cause of acne according to this patient, and to others who I talked to after that day? They felt they were doing something wrong. In patients’ minds, they were somehow to blame for this whole ordeal.”
Aarti Patel, Acne: Just Another Four-Letter Word