Skin Health and Your Liver

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The liver is one of the primary organs in the body responsible for detoxification.  The liver filters and removes cholesterol, fats, hormones, drugs, caffeine, alcohol, and other toxins in the body. Due to poor diet, sickness, and stress, sometimes the liver needs healing and restoration.  When the liver is taxed with high levels of hormones such as androgens or estrogens, too much alcohol or caffeine, or inflammatory byproducts from food, the overload can result in skin conditions such as acne, eczema, psoriasis and rosacea. By helping the liver detoxify and heal you can simultaneously detoxify and clear problem skin from the inside out.

The good news is that you can improve the health of your liver. Foods that can help increase liver function include beets, artichokes, garlic and onion and all dark leafy green vegetables including kale, swiss chard, and spinach.  Specific herbs such as milk thistle and dandelion (both included in Silymarin Liver Support) can also help support liver detoxification. Silymarin is a unique flavonoid compound isolated from milk thistle; studies in the U.S. and abroad indicate that it can provide strong liver support in cases of liver compromise due to cirrhosis, hepatic diseases, and fatty build-up commonly associated with gall bladder and liver stones.

Beeyoutiful’s Silymarin Liver Support is a concentrated blend of herbs specifically designed to offer powerful liver healing, cleansing and rebuilding properties. Use it to support your liver and help heal your skin from the inside out at the same time!

2 comments

  • So I’m wondering if a 7yr. old and a 14 yr, old can take Silymarin and what the dosages would be? Both have severe eczema and my mother has had a liver transplant. In research done, their eczema has a relation to asthma & autoimmune disease for which their father has both. We are working slowly at becoming gluten free and doing things to restore the gut. I’ve been searching for answers since my 14 yr. old was 5. Will you help us. I also have mild eczema. Thanks,

    LCrump

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    • Laura,
      Thank you for your question. It sounds like you are on the right track reducing the burden on the liver and working to restore the gut! We have seen Silymarin Liver Support be very beneficial with our son, Elliot, who has struggled with Eczema. The best way to use Silymarin Liver Support is to dose according to weight. The dose on the bottle is 1 capsule 1-3 times a day. The dose is for an adult over 110lbs. So, I would suggest starting with 1 capsule for the 7 year old assuming they weigh around 40-60 lbs. The 14 year old will most likely be able to take two capsules per day. But I would start with one to ensure they tolerate it well and then increase to 2 capsules a day after 2-3 days. You may see a slight increase in symptoms at first- worsening eczema. To minimize this, just work on a clean diet and drink plenty of water to help eliminate the toxins from the body.

      If you need any further help, please feel free to contact me at mary@beeyoutiful.com

      Mary Ewing
      Customer Service Rep/Certified Nutritionist

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