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Skin Issues and Milk Thistle

If the liver is not working properly, it may not adequately purify the blood, which can cause toxins to wreak havoc with the skin, especially if you are prone to disorders such as eczema, psoriasis and topical dermatitis that can occur anywhere on the body.

One of milk thistle's many beneficial properties is its ability to regenerate damaged cells, including liver cells. The liver acts as a large filter, filtering out impurities from our blood before sending it back through our bodies. As it detoxifies the liver, it helps keep the blood free of toxins, including toxins that may affect the skin.

Milk thistle may also provide relief from acne. Milk thistle works as a demulcent to soften and moisten the skin. Many people have noted a reduction of inflammation, dryness and redness while taking milk thistle.

As always, consult your healthcare provider before adding any new supplement to your diet.

 

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