If you've been searching for solutions to skin problems and having a difficult time gathering all the advice into one place, well, you're not the only one!
To make it easier, I've designed a website with a 4 Week Skin Cleanse that will be released weekly. It will quickly overview the simple changes that will help to nourish and revive your skin. If you take each step week by week you won't be overwhelmed!
Week 1 is ready to go, you can view it here. Nectur - Skin Cleanse
Comment below with any questions, you're not alone in changing your lifestyle.
We all want to improve the health of our skin, so let's act and make a change!
Love the skin you’re in.
by Debora Paretti Esthetician & Certified Holistic Health Coach
Good nutrition is the cornerstone of wellness, and even small nutritional changes can yield significant improvements in skin and overall health.
Our skin is made of cells, and all cells are made out of the foods we digest; we really ARE what we eat. The skin is a reflection of what's going on inside and it can say a lot about our health. Acne, eczema, psoriasis etc... they all originate much deeper than the skin: being the largest eliminating organ, that comes as no surprise.
The GUT-SKIN CONNECTION teaches us that health begins, you guessed it, in the GUT!
Everyone is different in their health needs BUT everyone needs a healthy gut to have GREAT skin!
Foods to enjoy
Here is a list of foods that your skin (and gut) will looove…
Foods to avoid
In the same way that the skin loves certain foods, it dislikes others…
Instead of sugar: Maple Syrup, honey, stevia, dates, or bananas.
(Remember, brown sugar will always be better than the fake sweeteners.)
Instead of milk: Almond, Rice, Hemp, or coconut milk.
Minty Pineapple Blueberry Smoothie
Try this sugar free, dairy free smoothie recipe
For a little sweeter and creamier smoothie, you can add frozen bananas.
Next Wednesday make sure you read our blog, where we'll be sharing wonderful resources for a 4 week skin cleanse plan.
Dermaplaning is a simple and safe procedure. It is a highly effective physical exfoliation of the epidermis while ridding the skin of fine vellus hair (peach fuzz). Contrary to popular belief, vellus hairs, as opposed to terminal hair, will not grow back thicker or darker.
Microdermabrasion, which also physically exfoliates skin, does not remove vellus hair but is an excellent way to exfoliate the skin at a deeper level.
*Stimulates circulation (bringing nutrients and oxygen to skin via blood flow)
*Exfoliates the skin
*Lightens acne scars and other imperfections
*Improve hydration by increasing Gags (glycosaminoglycans - water binding agents)
Debora will thoroughly analyze your skin to find the best treatment for your individual needs.
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