FREE Safe Skin Care Guide


We are here to educate you so you know which products in today’s market are Safe for the entire family. 



By each of us being educated in Safe Skin Care we can pass this knowledge on to our friends, family, and children as well.  Will be Sent Via IGuide to your email registered.

  • Here is a snap shot of the information your receive.
  • Avoid soaps labeled “antibacterial” or “antimicrobial.” “Use Get Dirty, Get Smooth they do not reduce the skin’s acidity, which acts as a protection from infection.
  • Keep the skin clean and dry. Wash with soap and water daily, then rinse and dry thoroughly.
  • Skin folds or creases (as in the groin area and underarms) need washing more frequently – twice a day, morning and bedtime. Rashes can easily form in these areas because of increased moisture and warmth. Increasing the air circulation to these areas to help prevent rashes can be accomplished by positioning the arms and legs so the skin surfaces are separated. Just merely washing Get Dirty Mud Soap and using Get Nurtured Ointment in those creases will STOP any fungi from growing.  No More Problems
  • Rashes can be caused by tapes, soaps, fabrics or other irritants. Total body rashes may result from food or drug allergies. Consult your health care provider for treatment of these and any other rashes you may have.  Use Get Dirty Mud Soap gone.
  • Avoid using items that may dry the skin – for example, harsh soaps or alcohol based products such as lotions.
  • Lubricate dry skin with moisturizing creams or ointments (such as Get Babied or Get Nurtured). Use care in applying creams over bony areas, since they may soften the skin and promote skin breakdown.
  • Soiled skin can break down easily. Urine and stool have irritants in them and should be cleaned up immediately to prevent weakening and breakdown of the skin surface.
  • Avoid using talc powders, as they may support yeast growth. They can also “cake up” and keep moisture in, causing skin breakdown.
  • Calluses may form on your feet and hands. These can be removed by soaking frequently in warm water and toweling briskly to remove dead skin. You can use moisturizing creams to help soften calluses. Note that calluses may indicate an area of excess friction or pressure.
  • Finger and toe nails require special care. Soak them and rub gently with a towel to remove dead skin and use Get Nurtured Ointment it is a healing Ointment to decrease the chance of hangnails forming and cracked heals. Nails are easier to cut after soaking; be sure to cut them straight across to avoid ingrown nails, and keep them short for safety. If ingrown nails develop, see your primary care provider or podiatrist.