Well have any of you tried it for your skin? I have never in my life found something that was so amazing at keeping my face/skin/lips moisturized. If any of you don't know what lanolin is, it is basically sheep sebum lol. For those of you who have... (more)
I actually had my first ever flare up of perioral dermatitis around my nose about 6 months ago. Been Paleo for nearly a year now and have no idea why it's come about when my previous diet and skincare regime was very much based around commercial... (more)
- Keratosis Pilaris
- Fermented Cod Liver Oil
- Vitamin A
- Cod Liver Oil
It was recently that I discovered on PaleoHacks that Cod Liver Oil can help cure or minimize the effects of Karatosis Pilaris which I have mostly on my arms (however, I generally have small, sparce bumps all over my body). Since then, I've gone... (more)
I made a bunch of lifestyle changes recently, notably: no alcohol, strict Paleo (low FODMAPS version), trying a new cleanser/moisturizer, and taking a variety of new supplements. The result is that my blackhead-, clogged pore-, occasional... (more)
I'm looking for a way to make my skin clearer (I struggle with a little bit of acne here and there) while also fading some of the blotchiness from my teenage acne days. I eat a paleo diet and have found that this helped clear my skin, but not... (more)
I'm referring to the Stone Age. They didn't have things like soap and all these fancy oil cleansers, so what was the method? Was it just scrubbing themselves with water? If so, what tools did they use? I'd imagine if they lived by the sea, they... (more)
Anyone tried it? It seems to be popular in Asia for it purported whitening capabilities, and is damn cheap! Just bought a package last night for about US $1.50 . My skin felt ultra smooth and almost too clean after; I feel like there must be... (more)
As I'm about to turn 32 this question keeps coming up in my mind. How to balance good anti-aging strategy with a healthy natural lifestyle which would include sun exposure and natural Vitamin D production?Dermatologists and aesthetitians seem to... (more)
The problems were literally mean absolute world to me in this video pretty much for me through my entry on what I wrote to them too you know trying get this in the bag I need to run a better campaign Catboats kayaks because there's some EU to for... (more)
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Hey all, Only been one week into Paleo. Haven't noticed any significant changes except I tend to get redness on my face at times. My main question is, do most people see changes in skin while on Paleo? I've been itching a lot more than usual,... (more)
I eat about from 1200 to 1,300 calories a day. I'm a runner, 122 lbs, 19, and 5 foot 7. I have been constipated lately, but then again, not really eating much. I have no desire to eat protien...but I do have a bit of fish every day. I don't... (more)
How do you feel otherwise? Any out of ordinary symptoms? When I came down with adrenal fatigue I could hardly eat a bite. Just want to make sure you don't have something else going on causing the lack of appetite.
Just finished reading Liz Wolfe's skintervention guide...my skin is what brought me to paleo 3 years ago. It has improved quite a bit, but I have big pores and blackheads! I can't seem to get the oil cleansing method right (skin is too oily or too... (more)
So I'm planning on getting a tattoo within the next 2 months (my artist is booked solid until then) and I was wondering if any other tattooed paleo hackers had any post tattoo aftercare tips? I'm currently not using shampoo or soap, aside from... (more)
I have been dabblin in paleo (80:20) for about 2 years now and finally got strict with it in last 4 months (ie: no gluten, only grass-fed, pasture-raised meat products). Mostly because I've moved to farm land that makes the lifestyle more... (more)
Ever since going on paleo I have been much more health conscious in all kinds of ways. I'm sleeping more and trying to take better care of my skin. I have been using a normal moisturizing lotion to try to keep my skin healthy and young. Lately I... (more)
Hello there paleo hacks, i've been eating paleo for a few weeks now & lurking this site a fair amount, its been going really great, basically the less carbs/more meat & fat i eat the better i look & feel, it's taken a few weeks to get... (more)
Does anyone know if using glycation-causing molecules topically can damage the skin? I'm using pure glycerin (a sugar alcohol) regularly, and was wondering if this might be harmful. While I get different opinions when it comes to the glycation... (more)
Interesting question, I don't have an answer but an opposite question. Do supposedly topical antiglycation products like creams with r or alpha lipoic acid in them really have any effect?
After ditching all my chemicals a long while ago i decided to give coconut oil a try for moisturizer/post shave lotion. I got hold of some organic virgin stuff (coconoil). i applied it & went about my business. When i got back home a couple of... (more)
I`ve been using a little bit of tea tree oil mixed with jojoba oil on my skin every night for a couple weeks. It has helped a lot on my skin problems! But I recently read this article... (more)
I switched to a new detergent and I'm wondering if it's making me break out. I was somewhat breaking out before this, so I don't think so--but here's the product:... (more)
Sigh And after everything was going oh so well. It's no secret to this community that I'm a high stress individual. Here recently however, I may have discovered a symptom/ailment more annoying than anything digestive. My chest, and around my neck... (more)
So what do you use for body care? -Soap -Shampoo -Deodorant -Toothpaste -Mouthwash I'll be honest I use regular stuff for everything except shampoo which I rarely if ever use. I also just use cheap off the shelf shaving cream. I haven't really... (more)
I occasionally use apricot kernal oil topically. Am I absorbing the omega-6's, and if so, how bad is it? I love coconut oil, but it is pricey, so I use the cheaper oil for non-cooking purposes. Thanks in advance.
Certain fatty acids are absorbed through the skin, yes. fatty acids absorbed in this way would be unlikely to cause inflammation like consuming an o6 heavy food or oil might.