It’s a Skin Thing

Juicing dramatically changed my health and kick started a journey into true wellness. I began to discover the real benefits of food as medicine. For 20 years I lived with an autoimmune illness called psoriasis.

My skin has been clear for over a year now. Food and juicing achieved something conventional medicine never could. If you suffer from eczema, psoriasis or any other skin problems, the recipes and juices on my blog are designed to help you.

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2 thoughts on “It’s a Skin Thing

  1. Jeanna G says:

    Hi Hanna, one of my best friends recommended your book to me as I have unsightly and very itchy psoriasis on my legs, plus scaly elbows. So I bought a copy and I’ve just finished my juice cleanse. Today I almost fainted with pleasure at the taste of your sweet potato and cardamom soup, it’s utterly delicious. I’m really looking forward to trying your recipes, they sound so tasty and look beautiful, and I also feel I’m doing something for the environment by ditching the processed foods and meats etc. Just one question from me please , not sure how to do a shower with Dead Sea salts? I’ve got a scrunchy but the salts tend to fall off. I’d like to add some essential oil, so have you got any top tips for how to accomplish the Dead Sea salt shower please?


    • Hanna Sillitoe says:

      Hello lovely, oh I’m so excited for you!!! I adore that soup – it’s so tasty 🙂

      Ok … for the salt scrub … add 200g dead sea salts to a bowl and stir in 2 to 3 tablespoons of almond oil. I also like to add a few drops of lavender but make sure your skin is ok with it. That will make it easier to use as a salt scrub. It’s a bit fiddly in the shower but I usually sit down and gently massage it in (as gently as it gets with salt!) the important part is to ensure the skin is exposed to all those healing minerals. Let me know how you get on xx


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