Cold Weather Skin Care~
We are experiencing cold, dry and then damp weather here in the central coast area of California. I can only imagine how your world may be in places far flung and with snow piling up, outdoors activities, and indoors warming with fire places and heat. The whole program puts our kidney meridian into a tizzy.
Balancing Skin Care for Winter~
We created Winter Wonderland Skin (Chi Serum) back in 1994 as a support for the kidney meridian to balance and maintain health.
In a nut shell what happens when we are jostling back and forth between extreme temperatures is that our regulating systems in the kidney meridian do not have time to catch up and we get cold, catch colds, and flus. These can be fended off by special care to the kidney meridian.
Our Winter Wonderland Blend (Chi Serum) was created to support this kidney meridian which regulates the body balances. The main ingredients are juniper berry and ginger with support from rosemary, lavendar, thyme, and sage.
Your main application of this organic jojoba oil is on the upper buttocks, down around the rump and around the hips, around the pelvis, and entire torso. I encourage you to also apply it onto your palms, with a light molecularization, and then to all kidney meridian pulse points. I use this oil in the shower at night and morning to the entire body enveloping my skin like a velvet glove to gently support my health. xo
I have a couple of acupuncturists that I can recommend this time of the year for this type of a kidney meridian tune up. Caitlin at Flux on the Westside of Santa Cruz and Tracy Richardson who practices in Berkeley, Ca.
If you would like to place an order for a Winter Wonderland Body Serum please see our website. http://www.libbypatterson.com. Select CHI SERUM. xo
I recommend that you apply this oil before and apres sports, and when you know you will be doing outside/inside jostling throughout your day. That should really help you support that kidney meridian. Remember, prevention is the key, anticipate your health needs ahead of time, not after you get a cold.
Be mindful, tune into your body.
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