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Many of our readers and listeners have heard me talk about the zinc and copper relationship. Have you delved into how copper is involved yet? My guest today shares everything from the importance of minerals to how the iron recycling system works. Today's guest, Amanda Montalvo, RD, is a women's health dietitian that helps women get to the root cause of hormone imbalances and have healthy menstrual cycles. Amanda started off her education in nutrition with the traditional route, but after dealing with her own health problems after getting off hormonal birth control she quickly realized the value of functional medicine. After healing her acne, balancing her hormones, and learning the value of her menstrual cycle, Amanda found her purpose—to help women create a body in balance and not settle for anything less. Join us as we discuss minerals and WHY so many get iron wrong. Have you been told you're anemic and want to look into your copper or Vitamin A status? Tell me about it in the comments! In this episode: How mineral imbalances affect the whole body How do copper and Vitamin A regulate iron? Organ meats- should you supplement? Beta-carotene versus retinol Opinions on utilizing hair mineral testing to see the overall picture of stress and mineral levels Different labs to ask your doctor for Quotes “Iron is in our tissues. We need to get it into the blood. How do we do that? We have different proteins that are moving it around, but those proteins need enzymes. Those enzymes are just making a reaction happen and that's where the minerals come in, right? Minerals are spark plugs for reactions in the body for enzymes.” [6:56] “As estrogen goes up, hepcidin will also increase, and then that means we have less iron absorption in the gut. So, you can look anemic when you have high estrogen, but in reality, you're actually storing a lot of iron. So, hormones can definitely impact our iron status as well." [20:06] Links Connect with Amanda Montalvo online Follow Amanda on Instagram Find out if you're at risk for Mineral Imbalances with her FREE mineral quiz HERE Healthy Skin Show ep. 163: Iron Deficiency Skin Rash Healthy Skin Show ep. 169: Why Is Zinc So Important For Your Skin?
Reducing plastic in the packaging of personal care products is high on the agenda of many mainstream cosmetics' firms, but are microplastics in cosmetics getting the same attention? Even if a brand's packaging is plastic free, the product inside may not be. What goes into the bottle – the formulations we slather on each day – are literally riddled with micro- and nanoplastics. Shocked? So were we. We have covered the issues of post-consumer plastics, biodegradability and zero waste in the past. But plastic in outer packaging is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the use of plastic in the cosmetics' industry. An estimated 9 out of 10 mainstream personal care products may contain microplastics. These figures aren't plucked from thin air. They come from the Plastic Soup Foundation, a single-issue environmental organisation working to stop plastic pollution at its source. The Foundation conducted scientific research into its database of over 7,000 cosmetics from 10 big brands and concluded that microplastics were present in 87% of the products analysed. The environmental and human health impacts of these hidden plastics are now the subject not only of research, but also of proposed EU legislation. As we discover in this episode, intentionally-added microplastics are contentious and the very mention of their restriction or outright ban has seen push back from the mainstream cosmetics industry. To unpack the data from the charged debate, Formula Botanica CEO and podcast host Lorraine Dallmeier talks to Madhuri Prabhakar, project leader and campaigner of the Beat the Microbead (BTMB) campaign by the Plastic Soup Foundation. Listen in for some shocking revelations about plastics in cosmetic formulations.
Hello you fabulous queens and kings! Today we are going to be talking about all the questions that you have (or had have) about permanent makeup, especially with BROWS with fabulous Gina, who is the owner of Artful Beauty
Go inside legislation that would needlessly harm and kill thousands of animals. It would be a cruel end to the push for cruelty-free cosmetics. Andrew Binovi, director of government affairs for the Physicians Committee, and Brandi Halls, chief ethics officer at Lush Cosmetics, join “The Weight Loss Champion” Chuck Carroll for an urgent discussion about the massive impact this legislation would have. Despite this legislation being done in the name of consumer safety, you will learn how Lush and cruelty-free cosmetics are created without animal testing while still meeting and exceeding safety standards! — — — Contact Your Representative & Make Your Voice Heard https://bit.ly/StayCrueltyFree — — — Lush Cosmetics Lush Prize: https://lushprize.org Website: https://www.lushusa.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/lushcosmetics — — — Chuck Carroll Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ChuckCarrollWLC Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ChuckCarrollWLC Facebook: http://wghtloss.cc/ChuckFacebook — — — Barnard Medical Center Appointments https://bit.ly/BMCtelemed 202-527-7500 — — — Physicians Committee Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/physicianscommittee Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PCRM.org Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/pcrm — — — 21-Day Vegan Kickstart App iOS: https://bit.ly/VegKStrt-iOS Android: https://bit.ly/VegKStrtAndrd Web: https://www.pcrm.org/kickstart — — — Share the Show Please subscribe and give the show a 5-star rating on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or many other podcast providers. Don't forget to share it with a friend for inspiration!
CAIA's VD Adeline Sterner gästar podden Framtidens E-Handel och delar med sig av marketing, content som verkligen funkar, och Bianca såklart. Vilka brands kommer klara sig bäst ur denna ekonomiska kris? Hur skalbart är CAIA utanför Skandinavien? Och hur vet man vilka marknader man ska satsa på och inte? Ta del av Adelines tankar i detta avsnitt i Framtidens E-handel.Adeline berättar om fördelarna med ett “pull” istället för “push”, hur man skapar ett intresse kring en produkt, och hur man håller sig nära kunden. Hon förklarar även hur man jobbar olika på olika sociala medier, och om det finns en nyckel till hur man bygger influencer marketing. Adeline berättar slutligen om hur viktigt det är att våga vara lekfull med content.Här hittar du Adeline & CAIA:https://www.linkedin.com/in/adelinesterner/?originalSubdomain=se https://caiacosmetics.se/ Följ Björn på LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/bjornspenger/ Följ Framtidens E-handel på LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/framtidens-e-handel/ Besök vår hemsida & Instagramhttps://www.framtidensehandel.se/ https://www.instagram.com/framtidens.ehandel/ Sponsorhttps://www.maddenanalytics.com/ Tusen tack för att du lyssnar!Support till showen http://supporter.acast.com/framtidens-e-handel. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Did you know that progesterone can trigger rashes? Usually estrogen is more commonly the “sex hormone problem child” when it comes to skin, but when progesterone is the culprit, it's causes A LOT of trouble. If you've never heard of progesterone triggering rashes or Progesterone Hypersensitivity, you'll want to check out this episode. Now to be clear, this is NOT a common problem as progesterone reactivity like this is considered to be rare (though I'm willing to bet that a lot of cases are left undiagnosed if you don't know what to even look for). And if you know someone dealing with progesterone sensitivity rashes, please share this with them because there is a lot of great research linked up in the citations section below that could be helpful for them! In this episode: What is progesterone hypersensitivity? Is it an autoimmune disease or an allergic reaction? Tips for figuring out if you have progesterone hypersensitivity Fascinating signs + symptoms Potential triggers that prime your body to react to progesterone Treatment options to discuss with your doctor Quotes: A consistent flare-up that starts around the progesterone spike in your cycle around day 20 or 21 of a 28-day cycle is an important clue. Progesterone hypersensitivity may be linked to a higher rate of pregnancy loss.
Featuring Lalita Iyer @skinchemy, Esther Olu @themelaninchemist & Michelle Wong @labmuffinbeautyscience. A few weeks ago you guys sent in questions via IG, in this episode we tried to answer them all! This is our last podcast before we take a summer break to record more for the next season. We'll be back with our podcast in September! Thanks to everyone who tuned in to season 6! Interested in supporting the show? Find us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/theecowell
The cosmetics industry is booming and it is easy to see why: most people want to look younger, reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and feel like they are taking care of their skin. But just like claims for dietary supplements, beauty product claims must be truthful, not misleading, and require substantiation. In this episode of … Continue reading What Should You Consider Before Making Cosmetics Claims? →
This one got surprisingly emotional! Melodie Reynolds is a beauty brand founder/ CEO who is breaking all the rules when it comes to makeup. Be it the marketing messages or packaging or ingredients or corporate culture Melodie is maintaining the empowering elements of adornment through beauty while breaking the traditional molds of the billion dollar industry. Follow Elate and Melodie: @elatecosmetics www.elatebeauty.com @melodieelated Follow host Donna Bishop: @thisisdonnab Follow and learn more about CAFA - Canadian Arts & Fashion Awards @cafawards
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv January 6 hearing Trump pressed Pence in illegal bid to quash vote Assange can be extradited, says UK home secretary Gatwick Passenger with restricted mobility dies leaving flight Republican Senate gun negotiator walks out of talks Powerful smoke twister spotted in Arizona Yellowstone Towns Had Big Summer Plans Until Floods Struck Three American fighters reported missing in Ukraine A suspect is in custody after 2 people were killed in a shooting at a church near Birmingham, Alabama, police say France, Germany, Italy, Romania Back Ukraines Bid for EU Membership Who is Colombias Old Man of TikTok that could become the next president Seized superyacht owned by Russian oligarch arrives in Hawaii flying American flag John Eastman says Ginni Thomas invited him to speak on election litigation Russia Ukraine live updates EU to announce decision on Ukraines candidacy Cosmetics maker Revlon files for bankruptcy in US Warriors clinch fourth NBA title in eight years In rare interview Biden says Americans really, really down China launches third aircraft carrier, named after province opposite Taiwan Frances Macron says up to Ukraine to decide on potential territorial concessions Julian Assange can be extradited, says UK home secretary Trump aides told him that using Pence to overturn election was illegal
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Gatwick Passenger with restricted mobility dies leaving flight A suspect is in custody after 2 people were killed in a shooting at a church near Birmingham, Alabama, police say Powerful smoke twister spotted in Arizona Yellowstone Towns Had Big Summer Plans Until Floods Struck John Eastman says Ginni Thomas invited him to speak on election litigation Russia Ukraine live updates EU to announce decision on Ukraines candidacy Seized superyacht owned by Russian oligarch arrives in Hawaii flying American flag China launches third aircraft carrier, named after province opposite Taiwan Republican Senate gun negotiator walks out of talks Warriors clinch fourth NBA title in eight years Julian Assange can be extradited, says UK home secretary Frances Macron says up to Ukraine to decide on potential territorial concessions Three American fighters reported missing in Ukraine France, Germany, Italy, Romania Back Ukraines Bid for EU Membership January 6 hearing Trump pressed Pence in illegal bid to quash vote Who is Colombias Old Man of TikTok that could become the next president Assange can be extradited, says UK home secretary In rare interview Biden says Americans really, really down Cosmetics maker Revlon files for bankruptcy in US Trump aides told him that using Pence to overturn election was illegal
Morse code transcription: vvv vvv John Eastman says Ginni Thomas invited him to speak on election litigation China launches third aircraft carrier, named after province opposite Taiwan Julian Assange can be extradited, says UK home secretary Frances Macron says up to Ukraine to decide on potential territorial concessions Assange can be extradited, says UK home secretary Cosmetics maker Revlon files for bankruptcy in US Who is Colombias Old Man of TikTok that could become the next president France, Germany, Italy, Romania Back Ukraines Bid for EU Membership A suspect is in custody after 2 people were killed in a shooting at a church near Birmingham, Alabama, police say Yellowstone Towns Had Big Summer Plans Until Floods Struck Gatwick Passenger with restricted mobility dies leaving flight Powerful smoke twister spotted in Arizona Warriors clinch fourth NBA title in eight years Trump aides told him that using Pence to overturn election was illegal In rare interview Biden says Americans really, really down Three American fighters reported missing in Ukraine January 6 hearing Trump pressed Pence in illegal bid to quash vote Republican Senate gun negotiator walks out of talks Russia Ukraine live updates EU to announce decision on Ukraines candidacy Seized superyacht owned by Russian oligarch arrives in Hawaii flying American flag
Central banks across the world have raised interest rates in the last six months, in a bid to contain the most rapid inflation in decades. We speak to Cary Leahey an Economist in New York. Leaders of Germany, France, Italy and Romania have said they support Ukraine's bid to join the European Union. Deputy Director at the Bruegel economic think tank, Maria Demertzis, tells us what the likelihood is of a union with Ukraine. Tesla boss, Elon Musk, has been speaking to Twitter employees today. Editor of The Verge, Alex Heath, has been following the story since it began. The value of bitcoin has fallen about 30% in the last 10 days. The BBC's Joe Tidy visited the capital, San Salvador, to see how widespread the use of bitcoin is there. Cosmetics firm, Revlon, has filed for bankruptcy protection as it struggles against massive debts and stiff competition. Lauren Thomas from CNBC tells us why such a big brand failed to survive in a pressured economic climate.
Thursday, June 16, 2022: What you need to know about today's January 6 committee hearing, Condoleezza Rice talks about coaching the Browns and the Deshaun Watson situation, severe thunderstorm warnings and watches in Northeast Ohio, what you need to know about COVID vaccinations for children ages five and younger, how to commemorate Juneteenth, and more on 3News Now with Stephanie Haney. Need a break from bad news? Watch It's All Good (News!) with Stephanie Haney: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1M4ZvAYmG8U Like this show? Check out the 3 Things to Know with Stephanie Haney podcast: http://wkyc.com/3thingstoknow Connect with Stephanie here: http://twitter.com/_StephanieHaney http://instagram.com/_StephanieHaney http://facebook.com/thestephaniehaney Read more here: WATCH LIVE: Jan. 6 panel details Trump's pressure on Pence to reject election results https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/jan-6-panel-trump-pressure-pence/507-8b2caeb9-4cbb-426c-ad91-12f8cc850daf Condoleezza Rice talks about QB Deshaun Watson and previous Cleveland Browns coaching rumor in virtual press conference https://www.wkyc.com/article/sports/nfl/browns/condoleezza-rice-deshaun-watsoncleveland-browns-coaching/95-47d017f5-0477-4fe7-9fb0-c10d7d63ca4e Severe Thunderstorm Warnings and Watches issued for Northeast Ohio counties https://www.wkyc.com/article/weather/severe-thunderstorm-warning-issued-northeast-ohio-counties/95-c24687c8-5dc3-42fa-9d7d-ccc3b32706be Multiple victims of alleged human trafficking rescued in Akron https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/crime/multiple-victims-of-alleged-human-trafficking-rescued-akron/95-ea523bd5-47b9-449d-87f0-8aa19df73fe5 Cosmetics maker Revlon files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/nation-world/revlon-files-for-bankruptcy-protection/507-174e8b34-39e1-42a5-9f9c-5412e09c0bbe Ohio health officials preparing for COVID vaccinations of children ages 5 and younger: What parents need to know as final approval looms https://www.wkyc.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/covid-19-ohio-update-dr-bruce-vanderhoff-press-conference/95-a175bb55-8cdc-410b-8c13-a6703af5a9cd Son of former Cleveland Browns star Al "Bubba" Baker brings Bubba's-Q back to Cleveland https://www.wkyc.com/article/life/food/son-of-former-cleveland-browns-al-bubba-baker-brings-bubbas-q-back-cleveland/95-330bca87-2108-4e2e-95fc-e6eea734448d Juneteenth 2022: Here are the events taking place across Northeast Ohio https://www.wkyc.com/article/entertainment/events/juneteenth/juneteenth-2022-guide-events-northeast-ohio/95-93a5c820-9840-4bae-b036-6a9fd159262a
Did you know that June is Vitiligo Awareness Month?? My guest today shares her empowering, emotional personal story and shares how she became a Vitiligo Patient Advocate! Today's guest, Tonja Johnson, exhibits creativity, innovation, and determination. She has persevered through many obstacles in life, which has fueled her passions. Tonja is the founder of Beautifully Unblemished, a vitiligo support group that was birthed in 2017 after a challenging time finding a local support group in the state of Florida.. Her passion and drive are inspired by her own experiences dealing with Vitiligo and learning to embrace the physical changes she faces daily. She is passionate about empowering individuals to love the skin they are in. In her spare time, she enjoys singing praise and worship, interior decorating, and traveling. Join us as we discuss how to best SUPPORT someone with vitiligo and hear Tonja's journey. If you've been diagnosed with vitiligo and joined a support group, what specifically helped the most? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: What is vitiligo and what symptoms do people commonly notice? Who is affected by vitiligo? Tonja's personal vitiligo journey and how it impacted her to the point of contemplating suicide How Tonja dealt with her diagnosis emotionally + mentally (Why it's NOT "just skin"!) The benefits of getting support especially if you feel ashamed of your vitiligo diagnosis How to support someone living with vitiligo Quotes “There IS treatment. There's no cure, but there IS treatment that gives a temporary relief, I would say, for someone that has vitiligo. And it can slow down the process of vitiligo if you get treated earlier.” [15:08] “About three years into having vitiligo, I began to get depressed because the skin, my pigment was changing aggressively. I was losing my color, it seemed like every day, spots were appearing on my skin, and it was really devastating. I felt like I'd been given a death sentence. I knew it wasn't cancer, so it wasn't that bad, but it was emotionally a roller coaster, just trying to figure out the hows, the whys, where did it come from?" [2:06] Links Find Beautifully Unblemished online and on Instagram Follow Tonja Johnson on Instagram + Facebook World Vitiligo Day is June 25th! Learn more HERE.
In this episode of Assurance in Action regulatory and industry experts Axelle Wipret and Anne-Sophie Moriceau discuss contact materials regulations and how they relate to cosmetics. Speakers further discuss Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004 and how non-harmonized materials relate to the regulation, as well as what needs to be done to bring cosmetic products containing non-harmonized materials into the market. intertek.com
Innover par la logistique au service de la filière parfumerie-cosmétique. c'est le pari pris par dachser et sa nouvelle entité Dachser Cosmetics Logistics lancée en avril dernier. explications par bruno guillard, à la tête de cette nouvelle entité, mais surtout à l'écoute du marché depuis de nombreuses années...
In this episode, we're going to talk about one of the most important decisions Dr. Azi and Nurse Lacie have made - pursuing Dermatology. Listen to what factors led the two to their passion, and the highs and lows of their paths. Don't miss out on their advice from accepting mistakes and learning from them, to discovering the specialty for you! They talk about: Beauty & blemish Nurse Lacie's journey How the dynamic duo crossed paths Cosmetics & aesthetics Finding your passion Tips & tricks for whichever specialty you choose Submit your questions for the podcast to Dr. Azi on Instagram @morethanaprettyfacepodcast & @skinbydrazi, on YouTube and on Tik Tok @skinbydrazi. Shop skincare at AziMDSkincare.com and learn more about the practice at LaJollaLaserDerm.com. The content of this podcast is for entertainment, educational, and informational purposes and does not constitute formal medical advice. © Azadeh Shirazi, MD FAAD.
This episode featured Adam Ford, Ph.D. Canada Research Chair in Wildlife Restoration Ecology at UBC, on the topic of misplaced conservation. What it is, how it happens and why we should care. While misplaced conservation may seem like something far removed from cosmetics, as you'll hear once we get started, it really isn't. The misinformation in our space has a tremendously negative impact, including potentially on conservation efforts. With that, I'll leave you with the episode. Enjoy! Interested in supporting the show? Find us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/theecowell
Sustainability is such an important topic for our generation... but it's also very complicated. In this episode, chemists Gloria and Victoria cover an overview of different facets of sustainability issues that the beauty industry faces - from ingredient sourcing, to manufacturing footprints, and packaging. It's not an easy topic with no clear solutions, but still important to have a status update for everyone!
If you've heard or read that eczema is a “histamine intolerance” problem, I've got news for you… That's actually not always true. In fact, itchy skin doesn't mean you have histamine intolerance either. This might fly in the face of what you've come to believe about what your “root causes” are, but it's really important. It can help you if you find that antihistamines aren't really working! OR if you've been doing a low histamine diet without noticing much improvement. So let's talk about how atopic dermatitis is (or is not) connected to histamine overload while answering a listener's question on how certain foods (like berries) could be good or bad for rashes! In this episode: Are berries high in histamine (and a problem for eczema)? Eczema + Histamine Intolerance – Are they connected? FODMAP foods + histamine issues Percentage of eczema cases that are histamine driven (in my practice) Quotes: Blueberries are actually low in histamine while strawberries are high in histamine. It's erroneous to assume that eczema automatically means you have a histamine problem because that's simply not true.
The Beauty Brains podcast is hosted by two cosmetic chemists, Perry Romanowski and Valarie George. Their podcast focuses on answering beauty product questions and gives you an insider look at the cosmetic industry. Have you ever wondered about the chemicals in your hair or skin products? Or what kind of jobs are in the cosmetic industry? Well join us in as they speak about their experiences and more. Also, check out their website at The Beauty BrainsSupport the show
Dealing with chronic skin conditions can take their toll mentally on anyone, but put yourself in the shoes of a child who may not have the same life experience as you do to cope. Stick in the dreaded school bullying, and you can have a major storm on your hands as parents or caregivers. My guest today covers specific things to look for and DO when tackling mental health for children with skin rashes. Today's guest, Dr. Nicole Beurkens, is a licensed clinical psychologist with advanced degrees in psychology, education, and nutrition. She is a leading holistic child psychologist and has dedicated her 25-year career to providing parents with research-based strategies that get to the root of children's attention, anxiety, mood, and behavior challenges so they can reach their highest potential. She runs a multi-disciplinary evaluation and treatment clinic and is a best-selling author, published researcher, award-winning therapist, media expert, and experienced mother of four. Join us as we discuss how to best SUPPORT mental health holistically for children and teens with chronic skin conditions. If you've found that counseling or at-home therapy work has helped your family in dealing with a chronic condition, what specifically helped the most? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: Why it's a BIG mistake to NOT talk about skin conditions with your kid (especially if it makes your child feel "different") Steps to empower your child if they have a skin condition Criteria of red flags to know that there's something wrong or signs that there could be an issue at school How to get your child talking (without feeling ashamed) about bullying or other problems they face Benefits of having your child talk to someone other than you (or another parent or caregiver) Quotes “A lot of times kids are bringing those things to us not because they want us to in and play superhero and call everybody's mom, and fix it... they're telling us because they need us to be with them in how they're feeling about it. They need to not be alone in how they're feeling.” [17:30] “...The reality is that most children, the vast majority will not initiate telling a parent or teacher or caregiver that it's going on because they are ashamed, because they're embarrassed because they don't know how to talk about that. So it is up to US as the adults in these kids' lives to raise these issues and to watch for the signs.” [10:16] Links Find Dr. Nicole Beurkens online Get Dr. Beurkens's FREE Top 10 Nutrients Guide Follow Dr. Beurkens on Instagram| Facebook Order Dr. Beurkens's book: Life Will Get Better
Cosmetics pioneer Adrien Arpel's fearless work ethic rubbed off early on her entrepreneur granddaughter Ashley - in fact the two are nearly identical. Equally adept at deciphering texts from boys, battling over Halloween costumes, and falling in love at first sight, this incredible pair show true grit for life and admiration for each other in equal boundless measure. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In Europe, marketing of cosmetic products is controlled by the regulation 1223/2009/EC. According to this regulation, cosmetic packaging needs to be fully included in the assessment of the cosmetic product. As you may know, compatibility testing needs to be performed with the formula in contact with the packaging to verify the stability of the cosmetic product, in real use.In today's podcast, Anne-Sophie Moriceau, Product Safety Manager, Pharmacist Toxicologist, and Axelle Wipretz, Regulatory Affairs Specialist, discuss regulations regarding packaging in the cosmetics industry.intertek.com
Hot girl summer is right around the corner, and Dr. Azi has rounded up her 10 BEST skincare glow up secrets. Whether it's your skincare routine that you want to elevate, or your haircare that needs some work, Dr. Azi has created the best guide to follow. Some topics Dr. Azi spills on: The do's & don't of summer skincare Body odor hacks Hair care maintenance & protection Blowtox botox for the scalp Submit your questions for the podcast to Dr. Azi on Instagram @morethanaprettyfacepodcast & @skinbydrazi, on YouTube and on Tik Tok @skinbydrazi. Shop skincare at AziMDSkincare.com and learn more about the practice at LaJollaLaserDerm.com. The content of this podcast is for entertainment, educational, and informational purposes and does not constitute formal medical advice. © Azadeh Shirazi, MD FAAD.
As a makeup artist, photographer, and entrepreneur Danessa Myricks has mastered the perfect beauty application and image and made a name for herself as one of the most creative in our makeup industry. With the creation of her eponymous line, Danessa Myricks Beauty and her work in the studio, Danessa continues to creatively combine art and product manipulation as she pushes the beauty industry forward in both her artistry and product innovation. Inspired initially by the inner sphere of the beauty business, Danessa's career hit the ground running at the corporate level, where she discovered her true passions aligned the trajectory towards artistry. With insight and business structure intact, she noted the highest opportunities were to alleviate the issues of cosmetic marketing for ethnic skin tones coloring the world. From fair to deep complexions, Danessa always aimed to touch all faces equally. Danessa's artistic expertise and drive enabled opportunities to work on the faces for numerous celebrity projects with entertainers from music to film and her approach to beauty ignited the desires to co-create with global beauty brands like Kiss , Benefit Cosmetics & Limelight By Alcone . Danessa also has had multiple consulting initiatives for both prestige , pro, and masstige beauty brands globally. Always ahead of the digital curve with great success she produced her best techniques into over a dozen how-to videos where devotees of beauty around the world could access professional artistry first hand. As a published author Danessa manifested makeup instruction with two books focused on contour, highlight and color for makeup artists. Currently Danessa spends her time training makeup artists and enthusiasts globally and creating her brand Danessa Myricks Beauty, a global beauty blend of professional insight and wearable cosmetics available to every makeup devotee on the planet.
Jon Shanahan is the cofounder and Chief Marketing Officer for Stryx, a cosmetics and skincare company focused on serving men. Jon has helped the company earn over 120 million organic views on TikTok, scale to millions in revenue, and launch in major retailers including Target, Nordstrom, and CVS. Prior to founding the company, Jon built a brand and YouTube channel called The Kavalier focused on men's fashion where he reviews menswear and helps his viewers look great. In this episode, Jon and Aaron discuss the vision of Stryx, how he's blended skills to market & sell, and how he pitched on Shark Tank. Jon's Challenge; Try something new that makes you uncomfortable. Connect with Jon Shanahan TikTok Instagram Linkedin Twitter Website If you liked this interview, check out episode 386 with Jon where we discuss his first breakthrough on tastes, trends and style through his website The Kavalier. Underwritten by Piper Creative Piper Creative makes creating podcasts, vlogs, and videos easy. How? Click here and Learn more. We work with Fortune 500s, medium-sized companies, and entrepreneurs. Follow Piper as we grow YouTube Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | Overcast | Spotify
We speak to Priyank Shah, Co-Founder and Director of Renee Cosmetics, an up-and-coming player disrupting the Indian makeup and cosmetics industry. He walks us through the challenges of creating a phygital commerce company with a differentiated offering in a very competitive sector. Moreover, Priyank walks us through his experiences of building Beardo, his former venture, and how it shaped his journey at Renee. Innovation is the key to success in the beauty and personal care segment, he says, as it helps product experiences resonate with the users. Cultivating on these insights, he aims to lead Renee to newer heights of success, building upon the remarkable growth the company has witnessed recently. Listen in for an enlightening conversation.
Have you ever heard to just put honey or aloe on your rash? I URGE you to think twice on treating an angry rash at home before knowing what it is. Sometimes, it can be life threatening as you will hear from my guest today who had a patient have sepsis! Not to mention, it could be tiny microscopic bugs, which gives the shivers just thinking about it. My guest today is Dr. Peter Lio, a Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology & Pediatrics at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. He received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School, completed his internship in Pediatrics at Boston Children's Hospital, and his Dermatology training at Harvard where he served as Chief Resident in Dermatology. While at Harvard, he received formal training in acupuncture. Dr. Lio has written a textbook on Integrative Dermatology and has published over 100 papers. Join us as we discuss all the different types of skin testing for various conditions, which your doctor could run. Have you ever had any of skin testing done and it helped tremendously? Tell me about it in the comments! In this episode: Why you need a dermatologist on your team to help rule out infections + more serious issues (even if you want to do things more naturally) Different testing types and when you do each one (AND for which condition) What are scabies and Demodex mites, and why could Ivermectin help? How does patch testing work? Thoughts on supplementing with B12 if you have a cobalt allergy Hidden sneaky source of benzoyl peroxide (if you have this allergy) Quotes “Scabies are these little, teeny-tiny mites, they're invisible to the naked eye, but not to the microscope. So what we do is we'll scrape the little parts of the skin or even better is we can scrape under your nails because if you're itchy, you're collecting little scabies mites under your fingernails.” [08:51] “The biggest thing I think for bacterial infection is skin pain or tenderness. If it's just itchy, I'm not as worried, but if a patient calls me and says, it hurts, it's sore. Then I'm like, whoa, that's a super four-alarm fire.” [11:04] Links Find Dr. Lio Online Healthy Skin Show ep. 001: How to Protect & Strengthen Your Skin Barrier w/ Dr. Peter Lio Healthy Skin Show ep. 037: Nickel Allergy And Eczema w/ Dr. Peter Lio Healthy Skin Show ep. 104: Topical B12 For Skin Rashes w/ Dr. Peter Lio Healthy Skin Show ep. 136: Alternative Solutions For Rosacea w/ Dr. Peter Lio Healthy Skin Show ep. 176: Dealing With Recurrent Skin Infections w/ Dr. Peter Lio Healthy Skin Show ep. 216: Could Your Rash Be A Sign Of Lymphoma? w/ Dr. Peter Lio Healthy Skin Show ep.107: Symptoms Of A Staph Infection On Your Skin Follow Dr. Lio on Twitter | Facebook
The Body Deli is an all-natural made-to-order skincare company based out of Palm Springs. For more about The Body Deli and Show notes: https://www.shopify.com/blog/the-body-deli?utm_campaign=shopifymasters&utm_medium=description&utm_source=podcast Tune into this episode to learn : How The Body Deli gained traction with celebrities and major publicationsThe way The Body Deli team emails their customers to build long term relationships Why running only a limited number of sales helps to balance profits with value for customers
Jon talks with Alison Bruhn and Delia Folk, Co-Founders of The Style That Binds Us, a fashion-forward lifestyle brand & community for those who want to live a stylish & fearless life. Hear how this mother-daughter duo is building its fashion business. They offer style & business consulting, host events, have a podcast & YouTube channel and so much more. Walk with this mother-daughter duo as they pull back the curtain on the fashion industry. Alison Bruhn is a national style and image consultant with clients across the country. She studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City and holds a Color certification from the Image Resource Center of New York. She is a member of the Association of Image Consultants International. The purpose of her work is to empower women through creating a visual brand and transforming their style to ignite a new path of confidence and independence. She works with both private clients and groups. Delia Folk started her career in the fashion industry by interning at Versace in Men's Wholesale. After graduation, she worked at Barneys New York on the buying team in Cosmetics, Ready-To-Wear & Jewelry both for full-price and off-price channels. While working in the buying office, she discovered and nurtured emerging designers, spotted the latest trends, and gave insights into a career in the fashion industry. She is a sought-after speaker, having spoken at American Fashion System with ISEM & the Independent Jewelry Summit. She works with brands on a consulting basis. She is enthralled with the history of fashion and how the past affects the present. Going to market, meeting designers, and hearing their inspiration firsthand along with attending fashion shows and getting a view into the designers' brains and creativity is what fuels her. Having kick-started her career at world-renowned fashion institutions, Delia is committed to sharing the knowledge she's learned with others. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: email@example.com Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big! Connect with Alison Bruhn and Delia Folk: Website: https://thestylethatbindsus.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/tstbu Instagram: http://instagram.com/thestylethatbindsus LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/deliafolk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Style-That-Binds-Us-374143669728760/
21. Clean Beauty – A Conversation with Gabriel of Gabriel Cosmetics, Inc. I was shocked when Gabriel told me that we each have 5-7 pounds of skin and that our skin is our biggest organ. The skin works as a filter, so what goes on our skin goes into our bodies. Yikes! It made me think about what types of products I use on my skin, hair, and nails. Ironically, I just returned from my annual National Association of Nutritional Professionals conference. One of the speakers mentioned that within 4 minutes of using nail polish, the chemicals from the polish hit our bloodstream. When you hear two messages within days that sound the same, I know it's a sign! One of my big takeaways from my conversation with Gabriel is how we can make our own or DIY natural products. For example, he likes to use Jojoba oil as a moisturizer, and he cooks with essential oils. Listen to the podcast episode to learn more of his DIY secrets! Gabriel is also offering a coupon to podcast listeners: Enos25 for 25% off! Gabriel De Santino is the founder and CEO of Gabriel Cosmetics, Inc., a global natural beauty empire whose brands include Gabriel, Zuzu Luxe, and Clean Kids Naturally. Born of Latin descent and raised off the coast of Mexico, Gabriel, at an early age, was naturally drawn to the coastal life and heavily influenced by his grandmother's holistic practices. At the age of 18, Gabriel moved to Seattle, Washington. He knew the Pacific Northwest had a rising fashion and beauty scene and joined the movement at a local beauty counter. It was there that Gabriel fell in love with makeup but was also inspired to look past the made-up face. He soon secured a position at a salon & spa to learn more about the industry and how he may change it. After attending aesthetician school, he quickly discovered he wanted to first correct the skin before covering it up, a mantra he still practices today. As an aesthetician, he struggled because women were using toxic products on their skin. But, given his background as a naturopath and familiarity with sea botanicals, his calling was loud and clear. In 1992, he solicited his friends and family's moral and financial support. As a result, he started Gabriel Organics, a complete line of all-natural, vegan, gluten-free, and cruelty-free skincare products made with seaweed as its hero ingredient. Gabriel Cosmetic Inc.'s prestige and diverse brand portfolio were created out of one man's vision of clearly defining natural beauty and being able to provide affordable and accessible vegan beauty products to consumers worldwide. Gabriel Cosmetics, Inc. is headquartered in its original area of Redmond, Washington, with over 25 employees and its fearless leader, Gabriel De Santino, leading the charge every step of the way. This episode is sponsored by Wave Block. Use the code ENOS20 for 20% off of your Wave Block purchase. The perfect accessory to your Airpods® – block radiation and EMF – WaveBlock™ Connect with Deborah Deborah on Instagram Deborah on Facebook WhyDidIGetCancer.com This podcast is for informational purposes only and none of the information should be construed as medical advice. Listeners should seek guidance from their own medical team before making any medical or lifestyle changes.
Have you been told to eliminate fermented foods or FODMAPS out of your diet? What about histamine containing foods? You may want to listen first or read my guest's new book before eliminating these fiber-filled foods! Today's guest, Dr. Will Bulsiewicz (or "Dr. B"), is an award winning gastroenterologist, internationally recognized gut health expert and the New York Times-bestselling author of Fiber Fueled and The Fiber Fueled Cookbook. He sits on the Scientific Advisory Board of ZOE, has authored more than twenty articles published in peer-reviewed scientific journals, has given more than forty presentations at national meetings, presented to Congress and the USDA, and has taught over 10,000 students how to heal and optimize their gut health. He lives in Charleston, South Carolina with his wife and children. You'll find him on Instagram as @theguthealthmd, on Facebook as @theguthealthmd, and at his website theplantfedgut.com. Join us as we discuss general gut health, fiber, short chain fatty acids, and how it all relates BACK to skin health. If you've made some changes to your diet, what's worked and what DIDN'T? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: Butyrate- its effect on barrier function and how it connects the gut to the skin Why EVERYONE needs to be sprouting and a secret hack to getting more DAO enzyme from pea sprouts How fiber is food for the microbes in your gut and how that feeds them, which helps you What's the science behind FODMAPS? What may be the healthiest food on the planet Quotes “If I walk out on the street right now and I find a random sample of 20 Americans, 19 out of 20 are deficient in fiber. And not like mildly deficient, but like severely deficient.” [5:05] “FODMAPS are actually really good for us. So we want the FODMAPS, we just want them in the right amount. And we want to train our gut, make it stronger and make it capable of processing these foods for us.” [21:25] Links Find Dr. Will Bulsiewicz online Check out The Fiber Fueled Cookbook here or here Follow Dr. B on Instagram| Facebook Want to learn how to sprout at home? Watch Jen's tutorial Instagram story HERE
This MUST-LISTEN episode sheds light on the tell-tale signs of overdone fillers. Let's be real, we all love a little filler here and there. But, when does it begin to look unnatural? Tune in to find out what Dr. Azi and Nurse Lacie have to uncover. They talk about: Beauty & blemish of the week Fillers everything The tell-tale signs of overdone fillers Maintaining the youthful, natural look like your favorite celebrities Submit your questions for the podcast to Dr. Azi on Instagram @skinbydrazi, on YouTube and on Tik Tok @skinbydrazi. Shop skincare at AziMDSkincare.com and learn more about the practice at LaJollaLaserDerm.com. The content of this podcast is for entertainment, educational, and informational purposes and does not constitute formal medical advice. © Azadeh Shirazi, MD FAAD.
Join Lori and her guest, Megan Rein as they talk about making a big positive impact through business. Megan is a co-founder of SIIA Cosmetics which promotes inclusivity and gives back to the community. Stay tuned as she shares how she has extended her humanitarian efforts through business! Here are the things to expect in this episode: Creating a business that helps solve inequality in the beauty industry. Hiring immigrants who have historically been overlooked by the job market. What are beauty deserts? And much more! Connect with Megan! Website: https://siiacosmetics.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/siiacosmetics Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meganerein/?utm_medium=copy_lin TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@siiacosmetics?is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1&lang=en Discount code: POSITIVE15 Connect with Lori Kranczer! Website: https://www.everydayplannedgiving.com/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/positiveimpactphilanthropy LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lorikranczer/
In this episode, I chat with Beautycounter consultant Christy Scoggins. Beautycounter is a personal care product & cosmetics company that has very strict guidelines about the ingredients they use in all of their products. After entering into menopause at the age of 41, Christy started using hormone replacement therapy. In using topical creams to improve her hormone levels, Christy started to wonder how much everything she used on her skin could potentially be impacting her overall health. She found Beautycounter & never looked back! Listen to learn more :) Shop Beautycounter with Christy - https://beautycounter.com/christyscoggins Find Holly: Community – https://www.facebook.com/groups/241111264443799 Website - https://rosebudwellness.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rosebud_wellness/ Shop - http://rosebudwellness.com/shop/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wombwisdom/message
This week's episode featured plant scientist, Professor Monique Simmonds from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. She is my literal idol in this space, and it was such a treat to pick her brain on the topic of botanical safety and sustainability. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! This week's episode is sponsored by Herbal Essences, who works closely with KEW to confirm the species and chemical composition of all the botanicals in Herbal Essences bio:renew. Thank you Herbal Essences for making this podcast possible!
There are some potentially big changes coming in the EU regarding chemical management under the new Green Deal which will directly impact the cosmetics industry. Joining us for this episode is regulatory toxicologist, Fred Lebreux Ph.D., CEO at BIORIUS. What's happening, how might it impact the cosmetics sector, and how can brands best prepare for these changes? One of the biggest suggestions for the final question is trying to stay on top of what's happening, and this episode is a great start! Hope you enjoy the conversation as much as I did! Interested in supporting the show? Find us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/theecowell
Are you trying to weigh the pros and cons of possibly using a biologic like Dupixent for your skin condition? Your immune system has such a complex relationship with one another, so it's important to have complete informed consent when starting one. Look into all the side effects- they could be actually helpful, but they could also lead to cancer! My guest today, Heather Zwickey, earned a Ph.D. in Immunology and Microbiology from the University of Colorado and completed a postdoctoral fellowship and taught at Yale University School of Medicine. Dr. Zwickey is recognized internationally as an expert and educator in the fields of integrative medicine, natural therapies and the immune system and has been leading natural medicine research for 20 years. Heather speaks at conferences world-wide, sharing her enthusiasm for naturopathic medicine and science. She currently serves as the Director of Communication and Innovation at Thaena Inc., a microbiome-based company. Join us as we talk about how biologic drugs for chronic skin conditions work. Did you know about the relationship between your immune system and your skin? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: Biologic drugs - what are they, how are they prescribed, and what do they do? Real side effects of biologics - the bad and even the good Breaking down what cytokines are (in layman's terms) Cytokines and the JAK/STAT pathway Discussion of JAK inhibitors (the newest version of biologic drugs for skin issues) Quotes “Back when we used things like methotrexate for skin disorders, we would see that the entire immune system was blocked and as a result, there would be side effects of things like cancer. When we're only blocking one protein, we have much less severe side effects.” [2:59] “If your skin is not in balance with its microbes, it will affect your gut. We really got to address that. That is the root cause, and usually the way that we're going to address that is with eating more plant-based foods and getting some of the toxins out of our system, and letting those microbes grow the way that they were supposed to grow in normal ecosystems.” [17:47] Links Find Dr. Zwickey online here Healthy Skin Show ep. 180: How Hormones Impact Your Immune System + Skin Health w/ Heather Zwickey, PhD Healthy Skin Show ep.157: How Your Immune System Can Trigger Skin Rashes w/ Heather Zwickey, PhD Follow Dr. Zwickey on Instagram
Which ancient civilisation used crocodile poo as a facial whitener? Find out in this episode of Across the Ages. Where to find me: https://linktr.ee/AcrossTheAges References: Cosmetic spoon: https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/548584 Facial Cosmetics in Ancient egypt - Engy El-Kilany - https://d1wqtxts1xzle7.cloudfront.net/53547290/Facial_Cosmetics_in_anient_Egypt-with-cover-page-v2.pdf?Expires=1649585073&Signature=MxjCXhglQk2quP2QnAJQBw-EyfN8iGff-zjrgiCHaJFGqyTCKJRqsvVmVYgYx2srY0buq8ylPXsKzzLodRhsmGm4YyLenoz4weIerbsWYDC6f7DA~2jOyZ9gg5O2rzTvaoaCDvfmeNNwi5XwzewFVit9Uf~V-9yl~XiOiIk5NrKuvIQzKZj-lWvKVZX9AW6txl2S8oY~2cesSzA5arQfhFqsWaE~vULukTsxDYMrSTPS5i~RWOHcxCsb3~DEbNHbZj8Utgt~ldYK91uo0Jn5TkHBjzV1oD8ahN8H~-nsxNfh2r4u6HTA8VhbjHJjIaSW43GMvuAfaU6g02o3lW3eyw__&Key-Pair-Id=APKAJLOHF5GGSLRBV4ZA Beauty and cosmetics 1550-1590 - Sarah Jane Downing https://books.google.co.uk/books?hl=en&lr=&id=4gbDCwAAQBAJ&oi=fnd&pg=PA1&dq=medieval+cosmetics&ots=i5umjj-3c7&sig=7h_0yrdirRAeZCqPJPZgFEqjHNw&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=medieval%20cosmetics&f=false The History of Lipstick Regulation in Western Seats of Power - Sarah Schaffer https://dash.harvard.edu/bitstream/handle/1/10018966/Schaffer06.html?sequence=2 Cosmetic Materials and Paraphernalia in Ancient Iraq - Prof. Dr. Nasser Mekawi https://www.iasj.net/iasj/download/65540c12c41f0192 Cosmetics in the Greco-Roman World - Ava Clarke https://womeninantiquity.wordpress.com/2021/04/03/ancient-cosmetics/ Sextus Propertius - https://www.yorku.ca/pswarney/3110/Propertius.htm#_Toc500249314 Woad - http://www.woad.org.uk/
Joe Langley's story is the most remarkable of all the expatriates that I know - AfricanAmerican or otherwise! His love affair with the French language began when hefound his brother's copy of Saint Exupéry's Le Petit Prince at home. He liked the"look" of the French words and loved the illustrations. These inspired him to pursueart and the French language as life-long passions. He went on to spend a year in theDordogne region as an exchange student at the age of fifteen, and a year inMontpellier in the junior-year-abroad program at Davidson College. The FrenchMinistry of Foreign Affairs invited Joe to teach English to high school students inMontpellier upon his graduation from Davidson. He spent a year in this post, whichprovided him with the legal working papers that are so coveted by expatriates. Hewent on to work as an acrobatic rider and singer for the traveling circus Zingaro fortwo years.Subsequently, Joe enrolled at the Sorbonne to study French and American literature…and Romanian! He went on to work for L'Oréal Cosmetics, where he became adirector of the company's black hair care subsidiary, Goldys International. He traveledin this position as well, working for the company from 1990 to 1995. He was postedin Avignon in 1995 when he lost his vision....Josephs Gift is the name of the book of poetry that Joe began writing in 1997. Hedescribes it as a "creative last will and testament," one that he began when he did notknow that his blindness was temporary. Slowly, it has become part of a greater projectwhich incorporates his music as well as his art. He has converted poems into songsand songs into videos. To date, he has written and recorded roughly 350 songs and hascreated over 500 paintings. The project has evolved and matured into a YouTube site -Joseph Langley, and songs available os Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music etc. Art andMusic now represent Joe's full time occupations.Josephs Gift has also evolved into a project that helps others gain exposure for theirart, music, or whatever medium they find for self-expression.Joe is currently spending a lot of time in the studio working on or researching newsounds and melodies. Though many musical artists influence him, he is particularlyfond of Al Jarreau because of the diversity in Jarreau's music and "the variety oftextures that he can give to his voice, thus giving him a more important vocal range."Joe has also spent time on the radio. In October 2010, he participated in a show calledBlack Feeling on Radio Fréquence Paris Plurielle (http://www.rfpp.net/). He hadcalled his friend John Dossavi, who hosts the show at RFPP, to ask if tenorsaxophonist Chansse Evanns could publicize a concert that he was organizing inhonor of Lena Horne. Joe ended up interviewing Evanns on the air, whereby Dossaviasked Joe if he would be interested in doing regular interviews of artists, musicians,and others. The Universe of Joseph Langley was born! He continues to paint. He says that he paints in a "very fluid and spontaneous style,"and that his work is "somewhere between modern and pop art with a touch of'fauvisme' He calls it HapArt.Support the show
Toni Ko is the founder of NYX Cosmetics, a cosmetics brand offering a wide range of vegan-friendly products which are sold in over 70 countries at thousands of retailers. Toni immigrated from South Korea to Los Angeles in 1986 and in 1999, founded the company that was later acquired by L'Oréal (in 2014) for a reported $500 million.Following the acquisition and five-year non-compete agreement with L'Oréal, Toni founded Bespoke Beauty Brands, a cosmetics-focused company that helps launch brands in cooperation with various celebrities and social media influencers. She's also the founder and CEO of Butter Ventures, a principal venture firm investing in female-founded startups.SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER & STAY UPDATED > http://bit.ly/tfh-newsletterFOLLOW TFH ON INSTAGRAM > http://www.instagram.com/thefounderhourFOLLOW TFH ON TWITTER > http://www.twitter.com/thefounderhourINTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPONSOR? EMAIL US > firstname.lastname@example.org
Alopecia has been a hot topic in the media lately, but for others who have been dealing with hair loss for some time, it can be triggering and even devastating. My guest today, Dr. Julie Greenberg, is a licensed ND who specializes in integrative dermatology and works with hair loss in her practice. She is the founder of the Center for Integrative Dermatology, a holistic dermatology clinic that approaches skin problems by finding and treating the root cause. Dr. Greenberg holds degrees from Northwestern University, Stanford University and Bastyr University, and received advanced clinical training at the Dermatology Clinic at the University of Washington Medical School and at the Pediatric Dermatology Center at Seattle Children's Hospital. She is also the Program Chair of the Naturopathic & Integrative Dermatology series on LearnSkin.com, a learning platform for integrative health care professionals. Join us as we discuss what a functional approach to alopecia areata is and learn about the many types of alopecia there are. I'd love to know if you have tried any of the tips that Dr. Greenberg has shared in this episode -- Let me know in the comments! In this episode: Different types of alopecia Patterns in stool testing that Dr. Greenberg tends to see in hair loss cases What vitamins are actually important for hair health (hint - it's not biotin!) Why autoimmunity is more than just gut dysbiosis Are biologics or topical minoxidil worth trying if you want to deal with alopecia holistically? Why it's important to catch hair thinning early rather than waiting it out Quotes “Biotin always comes up and it's another one of those things where, absolutely, if someone is deficient in biotin, it can cause hair loss and we would supplement, but biotin's got a really great PR person and it's out there in every supplement, and every patient who's losing their hair comes to me just taking tons of biotin. And there's no evidence to prove, unfortunately, that if you're not deficient in biotin, that biotin supplementation is going to help, and it can throw off a lot of labs, so a lot of my patients, I have to take off of biotin." [14:51] “When we think about an autoimmune disease, we have to stop for a minute and think like, wow, things have really gone awry in the body when the body can't identify self, right, because that's its number one job, is we have to know, what's self and what's an invader? We don't want to be attacking self. That's a self-defeating purpose. And so, for the body to get that far off, it usually takes both the microbiome gut dysfunction, leaky gut picture, and a toxic element where it's just so overwhelmed, it's under so much attack, it's just so confused that it's just firing at everything." [17:10] Links Find Dr. Greenberg online and on Instagram Healthy Skin Show ep. 173: Malassezia: The Bug Behind Many Fungal Skin Problems w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg Healthy Skin Show ep. 149: How Staph Aureus Wrecks Your Skin w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg 220: The Gut Microbiome Of Acne [NEW RESEARCH] w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg 225: Topical Steroid Withdrawal (TSW)- Is It Just A Waiting Game? w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg LearnSkin Naturopathic and Integrative Dermatology Series
Annie and Nick go back to their journalism roots with an episode packed with Google reporting and connection-drawing between the beauty industry and the ongoing legal drama between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. Plus, a cameo from George Hamilton.
Milani Cosmetics caught Amber Heard lying about the bruises she claimed she got from Johnny Depp, Ireland Baldwin calls Amber Heard a 'disaster of a human being' amid the court proceeding, the Covid numbers are rising, Warriors lost against the Nuggets, the beloved Gilroy Garlic Festival is shutting down after four decades, and Netflix is screwing up the stock market and they want to stop password sharing!