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Silica (SiO2)

Silica's main use is as a cleanser and skin conditioner.
Silica can help with

  • skin (especially with salt number 7, Kali. Sulph.)
  • hair (especially with salt number 7, Kali. Sulph.)
  • nails (especially with salt number 7, Kali. Sulph.)
  • pimples
  • acne
  • brittle nails
  • thinning hair

Warning: Be careful with this salt if you have implants or anything 'non-you' in your body, as this salt will seek to eliminate them.

Facial analysis

The presence of the following signs on the face may indicate a need for Silica
  1. Skin
    • Shining skin, as if varnished (polished shine)
    • Waxy yellow or pale skin colour
    • Small skin pores
  2. Around the eyes
    • Deep-recumbent eyes
    • Slip eyelids
    • Laughter lines
    • Crow's-feet
    • Convulsions of the eyelids
  3. Elsewhere
    • Vertical wrinkles in front of the ears
    • Brittle hair
    • Dry nose

Chemical representation of the Silica molecule

Silica molecule

Medical disclaimer: This site contains information about tissue salts, gathered from various resources and provided as a free service to users. We are not medical practicioners and do not offer medical advice. All information is given in good faith. We are not responsible for your use, misuse, abuse or failure to use information provided on this site. Please consult with your own health care practitioner.

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