Beauty is skin deep; however, skin health is truly important.
In this installment of Local Logistics, Making Your Life Work FOR You, we’re talking all about skin health. What you CAN DO to support skin health, which delicious foods can give you a healthy complexion, how skincare professionals can help and when it’s time to see a doctor.
How your skin looks impacts your day and is an indicator of your internal health. Chronic skin issues are a sign it’s time to take a look at your overall health.
Your skin is your largest organ. It provides a large surface area for your body to rid itself of toxins. You may be surprised at the culprits behind your breakouts.
Esthetician Sheila Adriano of Bella Trio Salon and Spa joins us for this installment to share her professional insight. I also wrangled in fellow blogger and accomplished lady boss Kimberly Knight as well.
Sheila gave us both facials while explaining what we could each do to keep our skin healthy and how others can find a great esthetician in their area.
The beauty industry in and of itself is a multi-billion dollar industry focusing on what you can put on your skin to fix, tweak or hide the imperfections and flaws that rise to the surface. In recent years the trend has turned to looking at what causes skin health issues and embracing our imperfections. Beautiful trend indeed, but there are decades up decades of damage to unwind.
Healthy skin has been a focal point here on NutritionSheila.com from the website's beginning because I'm obsessed! Your skin's health is an outside projection of your internal health. Plus, while it may sound, or actually be, shallow, how you feel about your appearance affects your interactions and performance in all scopes of your life.
In case no one has told you or you're waiting for your permission slip: You're allowed to feel beautiful. You're allowed to love the skin you're in. You're allowed to take pride in your appearance.
Dr. Fred Pescatore stopped by for an interview to share his valuable knowledge on the topic of skin health. We focused on the core components of a truly healthy complexion. Spoiler alert, nutrition is key. Find out more, including what to eat and what ingredients to look for in your beauty products.
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