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There is a pecking order as to the utilization of energy. with regards to the skin, of all the duties and functions and responsibilities it carries, the most important one is protection. For example, the skin also has to self-repair, self-exfoliate, self-cleanse, self-everything. So even though the skin has multiple requirements, at different times, at different places on the body, and for different reasons, the “protection” factor usurps the available energy.
Think of the skin as the “army” of the entire body. The skin has to handle climate variations, toxicity in the air, skin care products that will dry or burn it, geographical variations including the elevation of mountains down to the sea level, the chlorine in the shower / swimming pool, the coarse salt of the ocean, the sting of insects, rubbing up against poisonous plants, and of course … the sun.
Then there are the internal factors such as diet, prescription pills, and acidic pH, jammed up lymphatic system, over production of sebum from the sebaceous glands, stress from trauma and/or the daily rigors of life, parasites/fungus/bacteria/germs/infections/viruses/toxins, a weak immune system, scar tissue and a myriad of other travesties too numerous to mention.
IT’S ABOUT TIMING:
Remembering that in most cases, the body uses up (discharges) energy during the daytime working hours, and recharges the batteries at night while we sleep, timing is everything. While we sleep, most of the organs/systems in the body either slow down or stop functioning, which means there will be a build-up of new energy in the storage tanks in the nucleus of each molecule. This also pertains to the situation with the skin. The Trick is to remove the ATP (Adenosine TriPhosphate) and use its power to promote the repair of the skin while we sleep. This procedure is actually quite simple, and as stated before, relies entirely on timing.