Patients with chronic kidney disease are looking for a way to boost kidney function, and those with late-stage kidney disease hope to stave off the need for dialysis or a transplant. Even healthy individuals who wish to improve their kidneys look to herbal diuretics sold as detox products, to temporarily boost kidney output. Although various interventions can help improve the efficiency of the kidneys, one of the best and often overlooked strategies to help the kidneys is pushing detoxification through the skin.
Modern research is yielding new insights into the value of skin detoxification for kidney patients.
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