I know you think its fine, but it’s not. I can see it in your face, and in your skin.
That’s why I’m asking you about it, because I already know the answer, but I want to see what YOU have to say. 98% of the time when I ask clients how their digestion is, they say, “It’s fine.” 1% of the time when I ask clients how their digestion is, they look at me like I’m from Mars. And the last 1% actually know what I’m talking about when I ask them about their digestion. Digestion is i
I had an awesome client experience recently that solidified the connection of my nutritional therapy training to my skin therapy training. I think I blew my client’s mind! I know I was super excited about what we discovered. So you are probably wondering, “what does this even mean?”, “nutrition-based aesthetics”?
What it means is, seeing the skin conditions present on the skin, and being able to connect them to the internal issues that your client tells you about, or connect
It doesn't have to be complicated to care for your skin. You don't need all kinds of complicated routines and products. It's pretty simple.
The most important thing to remember is that the older you get, the more effort you do have to put into your skin care, and your whole body care. Things slow down as you get older, and you have to help yourself by making up the difference. But it can still be pretty simple. Let's break it down by age groups. Across the board, all age gr
1. Oxidative Stress
Oxidative stress leads to the loss of water soluble antioxidants and nutrients within the cell environs and membrane.
Oxidative stress is the first change that occurs in the skin after chronic or acute UV radiation (sunburn). It is the generation of the reactive oxygen species (ROS) of free radicals. UVR is only one of the many extrinsic factors that cause oxidative stress. There is also, pain, illness, cigarettes, medications, alcohol, heat, oxygen. Ch