… you’ll learn about skincare ingredients that can either nourish or harm your skin. You’ll find out about standards in skin care products, what “clean beauty” means, and what to look for on product labels.
Andy Hnilo, founder of Alitura Naturals, joins the show to talk about skin fitness from the inside out and why using skincare products with ingredients found in nature is the way to go. That means things like pearls, meteorites, clay, CoQ10, enzymes and more.
“When you look good, you feel good,” Andy says. “You’re going to create better energy and create a ripple effect to everybody you meet personally and professionally, I believe.”
This conversation gets into ways you can get better skin by:
- choosing the right nutrient-rich specialty products you can apply topically;
- pairing natural skin products with other biohacks, like red light;
- making nutrition and fitness upgrades; and
- exploring supplements, peptides and other wellness options.
Improving skin health also means avoiding fillers and chemicals. Toxins both in skin care products and the environment tremendously impact your skin. Acne no longer drives only teenage angst. Adult acne continues to rise, with women affected more than men. Acne affects more than 50% of women between the ages of 20 and 29 and more than 25% of women between the ages of 40 and 49. (American Academy of Dermatology 2012.)