On this week’s episode, Melissa talks about the importance of skin care and runs through a few options for keeping skin healthy, including actions to take, topicals and supplements, and different kinds of treatments.
Key Points From This Episode:
03:00 Essential Actions
07:26 Topicals and Supplements
Be smart and wear sunscreen, but get just a little bit of sun to get Vitamin D before you lather up. Stay hydrated and get lots of essential vitamins and minerals for skin support. Get good sleep, this helps the production of collagen.
Topicals and Supplements
Check for pre and probiotic lotions. Vitamins C and E are good to look for in topical options as well. Make sure to include collagen, omega-3, vitamin D, vitamin C, vitamin A, ceramides, and hyaluronic acid in your diet or make sure they are part of your topical options.
Facial exercises and massages, certain lasers, scrubbers (for dry skin), and other dermatology recommended options are all available to help improve, heal, and support skin care. Ditch ultra processed foods, get your electrolytes in, get your sleep, check your gut health, try pre and probiotics, and get a good dose of vitamins and minerals.
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