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Our skin is beautiful. It wraps around us in protection, while keeping open and fluid enough to absorb sunlight and nutrients, and sweat out harmful toxins. It converts sunlight into vitamin D, which our very DNA needs to function well, helping us to avoid many chronic conditions. It works hard every day keeping us healthy, while dealing with the ravages of pollution, cigarette smoke, the toxic chemicals in many skin lotions and often damage from over exposure to the sun.
Both women and men spend inordinate amounts of money each year on cosmetics, creams, make-up, treatments and procedures in order to look fresher, younger, brighter and clearer. Our skin, however, is not a reflection of what is put on it, but of how nourished we are within.
Although we may be concerned about our own skin, many of our clients are blissfully unaware of how poor diet and lifestyle can affect their skin health. Some may have expressed concern about the wrinkles or blemishes that may be appearing, well before their time. So, as our clients are dealing with increasingly busy lifestyles, it becomes more crucial that we can provide our clients with a nutritional regime with the most cutting edge range of nutrients that naturally supports skin.
Our skin is continually renewing itself, dead skin falling away, new skin rising to the surface – a continual opportunity to reinvent our outer appearance, and improve the way our skin functions. One, however, that requires a great deal of nutrients, from omega oils to essential minerals.
There are also other factors to be aware of: the importance of keeping the gut happy and healthy, the role of the kidneys, and what happens if the routes of elimination are overloaded?
To find out more about all of this, and how you can help your clients and yourself in nourishing skin from within, join Natural Nutritionist Kirsten Chick for this unmissable webinar on Wednesday 1st August at 4pm. Kirsten will clearly take you through:
- The roles of the skin
- The effects of stress and free radicals
- Key antioxidantsfor the skin
- What our skin/connective tissue is made up of
- The nutrients required to make healthy skin
- Skin as a reflection of the gut
- The skin’s connection with kidneys
There will be suggestions for a targeted approach to keeping skin glowing, vibrant and youthful underpinned with the naturopathic principles of working from within to support the functions of the whole body – with practical suggestions and an opportunity for questions at the end.
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