Skin care

It’s amazing how much money goes around in skin care. There are lotions, powders and even complete clinics for skin care. It’s almost shocking.

Skin care products.
Skin care products

And all that is considered normal.

The weird thing is that – and we know this – the majority of people neglect the biggest part of that skin. The stuff in the image is for hands, faces or ankles, and occasionally there’s something for the entire body. All of them money-makers. Chemicals.

How lucky are we that we know a good way to avoid (to a degree?) those things, simply by taking off our clothes and giving our skin the option to breathe. To catch sunlight.

Nudists in the sun
Nudists in the sun

It doesn’t take much, does it? It takes very little, even. Just a spot where it’s okay to undress. And, I admit, something we don’t control: the weather has to play along.

Sure, being careful in the sun is important. No one likes sun burns. No one like skin cancer. Being smart about those things isn’t that hard, is it?

I think this is a much better way to care for one’s skin than the version with the dozen bottles of stuff that people put on themselves.

Do you have ways to care for your skin, other than what I put up here? I’m not a specialist, you know, and always willing to learn.

Keep your skin safe, people. It’s your ultimate home.

Paul

Author: Paul

Promoting the clothes-free lifestyle.

3 thoughts on “Skin care”

  1. Less is more, whether that be makeup, skin creams/lotions or clothes for that matter though for people in the southern hemisphere, a lil bit more protection is required especially for us palefaces who do not tan but just burn and burn and burn. Lots of parts of your body (some you’d be surprised to know) benefit from sunlight, though some are more awkward to expose than others hehe, but our bodies are made to feel the wind, the sun, feel the grass and rocks under our feet. We were designed for the earth as it was, as it is and there is some comfort in that : )

    1. Absolutely. There is a difference between being smart with your skin, and just smearing all kinds of goo on in because ‘fashion’ decrees it.

  2. our skin has enough natural goo on its own without more goo! I tend to sleep around two weeks a month au-naturel as well which is why i have to change my sheets every 5 days from all the natural oils and whatnot. There are some very good concealers though that work with your body and not against it, no pore clogging and from natural ingredients.

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