Hello, from Paris! My hubby and I have been traveling for the last 2 weeks across Europe so I haven’t been able to update much since then. But, I’m so glad to finally be sharing this review because I’ve been meaning to write it for so long!
I’m a big fan of Pure and Simple products and I’ve been using it for a long time. For my readers wondering about it, they’re actually a spa (an awesome spa!) that does facials, but they also sell a very natural line of make up & skin care products. Actually, their line of products were the first “natural” line of products that I started to get into – so I have a special spot for it 🙂
If you read my previous post on the link between ayurveda and eczema (and the three different types of eczema), I actually first learned about ayurveda from Pure and Simple. Their owner, Kristen Ma, is really into this, including holistic skin care.
She also has a book called, “Pure and Simple: A Holistic Guide to Beauty,” which is all about holistic skin care from the inside out (and I definitely learned a lot from reading it). She even did a whole talk on the link between eczema and ayurveda at the Whole Life Expo, which you can watch below.
Abby is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist who helps clients achieve optimal health. She is passionate about seeing people use health and nutrition to transform lives. She hopes that her experiences and knowledge can help educate others on natural remedies that will help eczema. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, or YouTube for more updates!
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April Moffett says
Abby so excited for you and your husband. Hope that you can take a trip to the village of Avene and see it for yourself. Safe travels and thank you for all the awesome posts. Hugs, April
Thx so much for your kind words, April! *hugs*
Danielle C. says
As a sufferer of eczema, i have to say that the only way to handle it is with natural products for sure. Anything else and you are asking for trouble, and you don’t want to end up being a slave to something unnatural anyway. I followed Anderson’s guide to cure eczema with natural products (steamspoils. com/index.php/2015/05/03/eczema-cure/) and picking it up I have a pretty good idea of what will bother me and what wont. This aloe cleanser appeals to me and shouldn’t trigger me, so I may look into it for improving my skin quality.