Dr. Schuessler (1821-1898) first pioneered facial diagnosis for deficiencies of cell salts, which was later confirmed and expanded on by Dr. Hickethier (1891-1958). Most skincare lines focus on Dead Sea or Himalayan salts which are not at all the same as our cell salts. Cell salts are highly-bioavailable; their size alone makes them a macro-mineral, absorbing 80% more than other salts to the deepest level of the epidermis through the hair follicles and sebaceous glands.
Our cell salts are not a chunk of rock salt or sea water. They are extracted living minerals fundamental to the health of our cells such as calcium sulfate, which––like oxygen––is vital to our health and skin. A technical extraction process produces a much more potent form of cell salts also devoid of the saltiness from Dead Sea or Himalayan salts, leaving only the enriched minerals needed for therapeutic use.
The photo below demonstrates the areas of the face where you should look for signs of cell salt deficiency.
CELL SALT DEFICIENCY FACIAL SIGNS
- Sagging skin
- Bags under the eyes
- Dark circles
- Loss of collagen
- Skin laxity
- Dry skin
- Age spots
- Swelling in the face
- Broken capillaries
Calc Fluor (calcium fluoride), Calc Phos (calcium phosphate), Calc Sulph (calcium sulfate), Ferrum Phos (ferrum phosphate or iron), Kali Mur (potassium chloride), Kali Phos (phosphate), Kali Sulph (potassium sulfate), Phos (magnesium phosphate), Nat Mur (sodium chloride), Nat Phos (natrum phosphate), Nat Sulph (natrum sulphate), Silicea (silica)