Skin problems

When the skin itches, scales, reddates or squaddling and pustules, this can have many different causes. Of course, skin diseases, allergies and intolerances can be put behind - but certain nutrients and hormones often also play a role. Scientists suspect that even the intestinal flora affects skin problems because the microorganisms in the intestine affect the skin. So where do you start when you suffer from skin problems and don't know where you come from? On this page we recommend tests with which you can track down some possible causes. Click below which other symptoms and properties apply to you and receive tailored recommendations. Show more


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Acne / impure skin fatigue Redness / itching on the face Swelling / tingling in the mouth Dry / itchy skin Menopause Fast food / sugar no fish Pigment spots on the face Skin inflammation

Suitable for Skin problems: Your choice:

Vitamin D Test
Too little vitamin D can be related to constant fatigue, sleep disorders, and skin problems. You use the test to measure your vitamin D3 blood levels.
Histamine Intolerance Test
Foods such as red wine, salami and mature cheese have a lot of histamine. Intolerance can lead to gastrointestinal complaints and skin problems, among other things.
Mineral Test
An adequate supply of minerals such as magnesium can help prevent fatigue, sleep disorders and skin problems.
Estrogen and Progesterone Test
If the level of female sex hormones is out of balance, this can lead to skin problems and constant fatigue in some cases.
Comprehensive Allergy Test
Allergies (e.g. pollen, food, latex, house dust) can manifest themselves as skin changes, eye problems and gastrointestinal complaints.
Food Allergy Test
An allergy to food can not only cause stomach ache, diarrhea or digestive issues, but also skin rashes, redness and swelling in the mouth.
Omega-3 Test
If there is a lack of omega-3 fatty acids the body cannot effectively fight inflammation for example on the skin. Being overweight promotes such inflammation.
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