Get rid of harmful toxins and detox your environment!
Join BScN, RN, CANS, and Double Board Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist, Rachel Varga, as she breaks down air, water, lighting, electromagnetics, and detoxing methods and strategies to keep you feeling your best. She shares her years of research and gives an inside look at her pre-publication paper to give listeners actionable steps to better protect themselves from the harmful impacts of many everyday toxins.
Listen now and start detoxing today!
Getting rid of harmful toxins is important to feeling freaking amazing. Rachel Varga is publishing a new paper abouts on air, water, lighting, electromagnetics, and detoxing methods and strategies. Paying close attention to all of these factors can make a major difference in the toxins in your body!
The word “detox” can mean a lot of different things. The skin is our largest organ, so regular sweating, whether through exercise, sauna, love-making, etc, is a great way to remove toxins from the body. Rachel recommends investing in a sauna. It can be a big sauna in your home, or a sauna blanket that’s a bit more affordable and compact. Ionic foot baths can pull out heavy metals, making it another great way to detox.
There’s also the concept of detoxing other harmful elements such as yeast, fungi, parasites, mold, and heavy metals. Sometimes people think they have adult acne, which can actually be Morgellons disease, a parasitic infection. Women make especially great hosts for parasitic infections.
The amount of time you spend detoxing is also an important factor to a successful detox. People will often detox for a week, ten days, maybe two weeks, not realizing these organisms can take months to clear out from the body. Simply putting your body in an alkaline state allows things to be flushed out. Different herbs can be helpful to the process as well. Even if you have no signs of an infection, the difference can be notable.
When people have overgrowths of yeast, candida, mold, or parasites, they’ll have associated skin issues like eczema, psoriasis, itchy scalp, hair loss, brain fog, and more. Basically, the parasitic nature of these organisms mean they’re pulling out nutrients from your body to use for themselves. Breakouts, hyperpigmentation, seemingly aging overnight, and even psychological disturbances like feeling anxious all the time are big indicators that the central nervous system is in dysregulation.
Skin disturbances like rashes, patchiness, eczema, and psoriasis are all linked to overgrowth of one of these agents and are a sign that your oxidative stress status or your toxic bucket is full. When we become very in tune and intuitive with what our hair, skin, nails, cognitive function, and gut are trying to tell us, we can ensure that we are relying on our purification methods. That’s why cleansing your skin in the morning and doing a double cleanse at night is critical to remove debris.
Air purification is absolutely critical. A report from 1989 showed that one in six deaths is due to air or water quality. Thankfully, there are some strategies to help improve both. Having your windows open is great for increasing movement and circulation. However, you do want to sleep with an air purifier. Keeping an air purifier in your kitchen and main living space for when you’re cooking will help to take away those volatile organic compounds, or VOCs, that can be damaging to the skin and the eyes.
Pick an air purifier that filters to the highest level possible, that is HEPA grade. You don’t want to rely on the central air circulation in your home or your office, but have some standalone purifier also at play. Carbon filters, HEPA filters, ionization, UV, and catalytic converters all work well, but there are some filters out there that are not quite adequate enough, or they don’t purify a large enough space.
Many women also use perfumes, but little do they know that many include hormone disrupting chemicals called phthalates that are applied to the delicate neck area right next to the thyroid. When Rachel does consultations with clients that have hormone issues or thyroid disease, she looks closely at the products they use at home. Anything with parabens, phthalates, sulfates, artificial dyes, and fragrances can disrupt hormone regulation.
Reducing exposure to EMFs is absolutely critical for getting blood flow to your organs. Smart homes, smart cars, and smart phones means we are blasting ourselves with a form of radiation, and more people are discussing the impacts of electromagnetic frequencies and radiation on the body long-term. This is not a form of radiation that humans can evolve through, but there are ways to protect yourself. Sleeping in EMF-protective clothing, or wearing it underneath your outfits can work as a shield and reflect part of it..
There are a number of different agents that are used to kill microbes in water treatment plants. We also have pharmaceuticals in the water supply that impact our water quality, as well as the piping that transports the water from the plant to our homes or office spaces. Those pipes never get cleaned, and are often PVC piping, which also includes hormone-disrupting phthalates.
When bathing, a simple and affordable solution is using an appropriate shower head filter. It’s important you’re not washing yourself in chemicals, phthalates, etc., which can make your hair and skin feel off. If you do whole-home filtration, that is the dream, but it is very expensive. With drinking and cooking water, distilled water is best.
There are some excellent, affordable, and even countertop reverse-osmosis options that use a membrane to help filter out particulates and produce distilled water. Drinking and bathing in purified water also helps decrease your exposure, and washing your face with excellent alkaline spring water can help reduce skin issues and acne.
Listen now and learn the many ways to detox and reduce toxin exposure with Rachel Varga!
Rachel Varga BScN, RN, CANS is a Double Board Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialist since 2011 with over 20,000 procedures performed, host of a top 20 podcast The Rachel Varga Podcast, an international clinical trainer for other Physicians and Nurses, celebrity skin expert featured by Dave Asprey, JJ Virgin and more! Rachel is an international speaker and a 5 time academically published award-winning author in the field of regenerative and aesthetic nursing as well as an executive board member and peer reviewer for USA based Plastic and Aesthetic Nursing Journal, and a regular contributor to the UK based Journal of Aesthetic Nursing.
Rachel is one of the first to combine functional slowing aging techniques, biohacking and modern medical aesthetics by teaching us how to tune into what the skin is telling us about our internal health and what to do about it. Through education on at-home non-toxic skin care, hair care, dermarolling, in-clinic skin rejuvenation and biohacking, Rachel helps inspire others with her unique toolkit to slow cellular aging and enhance radiance using her Holistic SCIENCE of BEAUTY method at RachelVarga.ca where One on One sessions for at-home and in-clinic skin rejuvenation guidance and are available.
Oxidative Stress Status and Its Relationship to Skin Aging
Free Skincare Checklist
Use Promo Code “J515” for 15% discount!
And use code “J515” and save 15% sitewide at https://www.TheSchoolofRadiance.com
– FREE Biohacking For Ageless Beauty Training! https://www.theschoolofradiance.com/freebies
– Book a One-on-one with Rachel Varga for customized skin care, rejuvenation guidance, and ongoing support! https://www.theschoolofradiance.com/consultation
– Join SkinCamp for expert Tutorials on skin care, make up, hair care (and growth), biohacking, clean peels, pre and post rejuvenation tips, dermal rolling and advanced at-home practices for the face and body! https://www.theschoolofradiance.com/
– Join The School of Radiance Membership for cultivating resilient radiance through practices and mentorship: https://www.theschoolofradiance.com/membership
Subscribe to The School of Radiance Podcast: https://www.theschoolofradiance.com/podcasts
Follow @rachelvargaofficial on IG, FB and YT
Have a question? Connect with Rachel Varga at email@example.com