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In this episode, you'll discover: -The panelists share views on detoxification... -Subtle symptoms of an overtoxified person... -The best way to remineralize the body... -Recommendations for quality sleep and recovery while you sleep... -Liver sauce to detox... -Detox options for pregnant and breastfeeding women... -Thoughts on swimming in chlorinated pools... -Detox strategies for children... -Parasympathetic/sympathetic balance... -And much more... Episode sponsors: -Therabody -Lucy Nicotine Gum -Organifi Red Juice -Nootopia -Ice Barrel
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
“There's this huge market for people that have dual skin concerns, and nothing that addresses it,” shares Kayleigh Clark, co-founder of CLEARstem, a skincare company that combines anti-aging and anti-acne solutions into one product line while also providing skincare education. In today's episode, host Christi Lukasiak is joined in conversation with both co-founders of CLEARstem, Kayleigh Clark and Danielle Gronich, to talk about the combination of acne and aging concerns that many adults struggle with. Acne doesn't just go away when you get older. Unfortunately, many anti-aging products include pore clogging ingredients that trigger breakouts and many acne products are too harsh and leave behind scars. Danielle and Kayleigh created CLEARstem because they saw that there was a need for products that would combine anti-aging properties with ingredients that were safe for acne-prone skin and would also help clear up existing breakouts and scars. With Danielle's experience running her acne clinic and Kayleigh's experience as a nutritionist, together they set out to design a skincare line and education platform that empowers people to regain control over their skin. Tune into this week's episode of Christi's Couch for a conversation about skincare. Learn how to check your products for acne triggers and which foods to eliminate from your diet to help you get clearer and healthier skin. Quotes “There's this huge market for people that have dual concerns, and nothing that addresses it. In fact, one area like anti-aging cancels out the acne and acne products damage your skin and cancel out your anti-aging. So they were really conflicting categories, but we combined them.” (15:29-15:44 | Kayleigh) “When you see these ads that pop up like this is the one thing that cured my acne it's total bullshit. Pardon my french, but it's never just one thing. And that's why acne is so difficult for people to clear.” (19:35-19:46 | Danielle) “Never ever assume. Just because something's organic or clean or natural or has a bunch of reviews doesn't mean anything. In fact, a lot of organic skincare is the worst for acne because it uses a ton of shea butter and coconut oil.” (27:09-27:20 | Danielle) “No one else is living your life except for you. You are the only one living it. And so why not create an amazing atmosphere and life that you're building things in.” (32:37-32:46 | Kayleigh) “We knew if we wanted to actually help people clear their skin, products don't do everything. Products will create so much change and eliminating the pore clogging ingredients will create so much change. But if something's going on with digestion, or they're eating dairy, or they're over-supplementing with wheat, they're never going to get clear. So we create a cascade effect of change by providing additional education that's not only transformed people's skin, but their health as well.” (37:11-37:39 | Kayleigh) Links Connect with Danielle Gronich and Kayleigh Clark: CLEARstem Website: https://clearstemskincare.com CLEARstem Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/clearstemskincare Kayleigh Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kayleigh.christina Danielle Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danielle.the.acne.guru FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM CHECK OUT MY TIK TOK WATCH MY LATEST YOUTUBE VIDEO If you've benefited from this episode be sure to tag me @christilukasiak on Instagram and share this episode with your community to spread the word! Also, be sure to leave a review on iTunes. And if you want a question answered on the couch, call 1-800-988-8155 and leave a message! XO, Christi
Come with me Now #160. Within Brim's Skin -- Brimstone is joined by his wing man Alex DaPonte and two special guests, Megan Suss and Ira Marc (Circling the Drain) as he talks about lots of things including how he just finished judging the Long Island Wing Festival and how this coming weekend he'll be judging for Rib King NYC. Brim discusses his extreme disgust for the mass shooting in Texas and explains how these types of criminals should be handled. Brim regurgitates the Roe v Wade debacle and explains how he has been sucked into the Johnny Depp v Amber Heard case. Essentially - he explains what gets Within Brim's Skin.
Come with me Now #160. Within Brim's Skin -- Brimstone is joined by his wing man Alex DaPonte and two special guests, Megan Suss and Ira Marc (Circling the Drain) as he talks about lots of things including how he just finished judging the Long Island Wing Festival and how this coming weekend he'll be judging for Rib King NYC. Brim discusses his extreme disgust for the mass shooting in Texas and explains how these types of criminals should be handled. Brim regurgitates the Roe v Wade debacle and explains how he has been sucked into the Johnny Depp v Amber Heard case. Essentially - he explains what gets Within Brim's Skin.
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Discoloration of the skin is evident with darker or lighter markings on the skin as compared to the usual color of the skin. The pigment melanin is responsible for the color of our skin, which is why fluctuations in pigmentation can be attributed to increases or decreases in melanin. This causes discoloration and often dark spots as well, which are prevalent skin issues faced by many women. In this episode of the podcast, Sheetal will share with you 10 useful tips to reduce the discoloration of your skin. While minimizing skin exposure and avoiding tanning beds are imperative, having a natural, time-tested ingredients-based skincare routine will help you maintain a constant practice to reduce discoloration. Natural ingredients such as tomato paste and papaya supplement the skincare routine and can increase the antioxidant levels of the skin while providing repair and damage control. Other useful ingredients include green tea and coffee, which have excellent antioxidant properties, and aloe vera gel for its hydrating moisturizers. You can find home remedies containing these ingredients on our blog at www.apsaraskincare.com. In addition to these remedies, the Sandalwood Natural Facial Serum is designed to aid in sun protection, which makes it a valuable necessity - especially in the summer. Sandalwood itself is known to have skin calming, soothing and sun protection properties. Take the skin quiz to help us find the best Apsara products for your skin type or concern. If you're listening on iTunes, make sure to subscribe and review us. We are also on Spotify! Follow us for tips, remedies and information. Your feedback will help us make your experience with Apsara even better! If there are topics or questions you would like us to discuss, please let us know in the comment section below. If you need hair or skincare advice from an expert, fill out this form and we will send you a response as soon as we can! Go natural. It is good karma!
Thanks for listening! Season 3: Episode 50 Taking A Break For Better Skin with Dr. Natasha (@thedrnatasha) of Abraza Skin Studio, Abraza Skin Care, and Abraza Skin Institute. Three Breakaways: 1. Everything happens for a reason. Nothing is ever the end of the world. 2. We have to start loving ourselves as women. 3. Skin is the body's largest organ - protect it! Contact the guest: Websites: Studio - https://www.abrazaskinstudio.com/ Skin Care - https://abrazaskincare.com/ Instagram: Dr. Natasha - @thedrnatasha - @AbrazaSkinStudio - @AbrazaSkinCare - @AbrazaSkinInstitute Contact the host: Instagram: @pmkester Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Medium: pmccorkle1981.medium.com/ Website: www.pmkesterenterprisesllc.com/ Take a break to get to know and LOVE yourself. Grab my journal from Amazon (link in my Instagram bio!) Take a break to set your intentions. Grab my 30 day intention journal from Etsy (link in my Instagram bio! ) *Follow me on Instagram to join the #mvemntmonday Challenge. Let's get healthy and intentional together!
Let's address the part of our face we often neglect- the eyes. Did you know the skin around your eyes is the most delicate and first part of our body to show signs of premature aging? Tune in as Dr. Azi and Nurse Lacie talk about everything from skincare to treatments that'll take years off your face. They talk about: Beauty & blemish of the week Skincare hacks for the eyes Under eye remedies & preventions Skin tighening & lifting treatments 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.
238: Birmingham Diamond League | USATF Distance Classic This episode of the Inside Running Podcast is brought to you by PILLAR Performance – Australia's leading sports micronutrition brand – providing high-strength formulations to support recovery, elevate energy and relieve joint inflammation for endurance athletes. Available online now at pillarperformance.shop Brad accelerates his training volume ahead of Gold Coast in 6 weeks time. Julian keeps watch over Pia while floating the idea of softly getting back into cross country. Brady skims through the Moose Fartlek and welcomes some newcomers to the Barmah Park loop. Birmingham Diamond League featured more Australians, with Oliver Hoare scores bronze in the Men's 1500m in 3:35.76, with Matt Ramsden running 3:39 and Stewy McSweyn in 3:44.14. Peter Bol followed up his performance in Doha with a 1:47.59 in the 800m. Jessica Hull takes a narrow silver placing just behind Laura Muir, in 4:03.42 and ahead of Winnie Chebet of Kenya. In the Women's 5000m, Rose Davies ran 15:28.47 and Izzy Batt-Doyle closely behind in 15:29.05. Birmingham Diamond League Results Abby Caldwell took the win in the 1500m 4:04.18 at the USATF Distance Classic, Walnut California, securing her World Champs qualification. Jack Bruce came 3rd in 13:39.44 for the Men's 5000m, ahead of Sam McEntee in 7th and Kang Nyoak in 8th. Paige Campbell also featured in the women's 5000m. Matt Clarke ran 8:33 and Max Stevens posted 8:45 in the Men's Steeplechase while Amy Cashin won the Women's Steeplechase in 9:31.28, with Brielle Erbacher 5th in 9:46.29. USATF Distance Classic Results https://www.instagram.com/p/Cd4oSiwL9vF/ Jack Rayner came 2nd in the Great Manchester 10k in 28:16, 10 seconds behind winner Jake Robertson of New Zealand. Results via World-Track Shelby Houlihan loses her appeal on her doping ban, remains ineligible to compete until January 2025. NBC Sports Report Jessica Stenson took out the SA 10k Road Champs in 32:59 at West Beach ahead of Jess Pascoe and Brooke Hines. Adrian Potter takes the win in 29:07 ahead of brothers Jacob Cocks and Riley Cocks. SA Athletics Results St George Classic 10k XC held the Novice Champs won by Dylan Offord and Asha Martin while the open race was taken out by Ben St Lawrence and Naomi Tacred. Athletics NSW Results Listener Question asks how to balance running with being a new parent Moose gives this week's training talk presented by Lululemon: - 5x300m, 100m recovery w/400m jog recovery Moose explains how this workout designed reintroduction to faster workouts, with an emphasis on the recovery periods and the importance of group training. Moose spruiks the Nike Aeroswift Tights, then boys wrap up with a preview of the fields in a loaded Diamond League Pre Classic this Saturday 28th May. Tickets are now on sale for the IRP Gold Coast Marathon Live Show presented by Pillar Performance to be held at the Southport RSL on Sunday 3rd July after the event. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KAN
On today's episode, the rant is about confidence and where to to find it. Baws came with another great game. We also had the pleasure of having Paige from For your skin rituals, Paige thought us a lot about skin care and skin types, and the importance of caring for the biggest organ in our body our skin. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wearesacramento/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wearesacramento/support
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“When balancing your hormones, focus on the day-to-day. This is what I tell people: Don't worry too much about an occasional exposure to an [endocrine disruptor] that you can't control,” says skin care expert and naturopathic doctor Trevor Cates, N.D. But what you can do is think about the things you do on a daily basis, from the products and practices. Those are the things that add up.” In this episode of Clean Beauty School, host and mindbodygreen beauty director Alexandra Engler chats with Cates about the skin microbiome, how to balance your hormones, and what products are doing more harm than good. Show notes: -Learn more about Trevor Cates, N.D. and The Spa Doctor -Read her book, Clean Skin From Within -Watch her docuseries Hormones, Health & Harmony -Research on the season's effect on hormones -Research on sex hormones and skin -How stress impacts skin -Research on the skin microbiome -Read more about topics mentioned in this episode: Skin microbiome, pH of the skin, acid mantle, moisture barrier, skin barrier function, menstrual cycle and skin care, menopause and skin care, sleep and skin, stress and skin, gut microbiome, gut-skin connection, pre- pro- and postbiotics for skin, skin longevity, soil and our sleep, how to take a microbiome-friendly shower, toner, meditation, journaling. -Shop products mentioned in this episode: The Spa Doctor Cleanser Daily Essentials 4-Step Skin Care System Take 25% off vitamin C potency+ with code VITAMINCPOD. Cannot combine with gift cards or other discount codes. Apply code at checkout. Call in: sayhi.chat/cleanbeautyschool Comments: email@example.com Sponsorship inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
This week, Joy chats with Sisley, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Acne Coach and Health & Wellness Blogger. She is based in Vancouver, Canada and takes advantage of all the city has to offer to support wellness. Sisley helps women clear their acne naturally through holistic nutrition, skincare, supplementation, lifestyle and mindset. She is the founder of the health and wellness blog, The Pure Life, and has organized and hosted workshops, retreats and group programs for women from around the world. In this episode Sisley discusses the root cause of acne including the role of digestive health and environmental triggers and even healthy foods that can trigger a breakout! Joy and Sisley share so much wisdom about how to prevent breakouts, treat acute flare ups, and live a balanced life free of the food fear that so many people with acne experience. If you've been struggling with breakouts or acne and are looking for clear, actionable steps you can take to support healthy skin, you won't want to miss this episode. Sisley's approach to nutrition and skin health is realistic and grounded in research and experience. So settle in with a glass of this gut-loving Golden Elixir and your pen and paper because you won't want to miss a single skin-loving tip! Episode Highlights: The health journey that inspired her to become an acne-focused nutritionist. How she followed her intuition when all her test results came back inconclusive. How her life changed forever after going to nutrition school. The steps she took to heal her digestive issues. What androgen hormones are and how they can impact acne development. What role a healthy gut plays in the prevention of acne. Why most people struggle with gut health. The power of the microbiome in managing acne and mental health. The role of the microbiome in estrogen metabolism. The importance of hormonal detoxification after taking the birth control pill. Why having a BM 1-3 times a day is key to optimal health. What your breakout locations can tell you about your acne triggers. Her best tips to support digestive health. Why it's important to think about HOW we're eating, not just what we're eating. The changes you can make to your diet after you heal your gut. Why patience is important when healing your digestion. The different types of casein found in dairy and why that matters. Better alternatives to cow dairy if you have acne. The top 3 most common food triggers for acne How sugar impacts the gut microbiome and cravings. The connection between blood sugar balance and acne. Sisley's recommendations for banishing sugar cravings. Why a protein-rich breakfast is the key to blood sugar balance. What to look for in an acne-friendly protein powder. Why maca may not be the best superfood for acne-prone skin. What healthy foods can trigger acne breakouts. The psychological impact of acne. The #1 thing she suggests you start TODAY for healthy skin. What happens when you pick your skin. Sisley's recommendations for treating an acute breakout. The lifestyle factors that can impact gut and skin health. Why she's a fan of the 80/20 approach to food. The importance of whole foods in the diet. What foods and supplements are best for preventing acne. What 2 supplements to be careful with if you are prone to acne. Sisley's thoughts on the nutrient DIM. Her favourite hormone balancing supplement- EstroSmart. Why it's helpful to switch up your probiotics. Resources: The Pure Life Instagram The Pure Like TikTok Free Guide: 6 Steps to Clear Skin The Pure Life Website Sisley's Acne Protocol: The Complete Guide 1:1 Acne Coaching with Sisley Clear Skin Recipes Acne Tips on The Pure Life Blog More about Joyous Health: Check out our award-winning blog Joyous Health Check out Joy's bestselling cookbooks Sign up for the Joyous Health newsletter Follow Joyous Health on Instagram Find Joyous Health on Facebook Learn more about The Joyous Health Business Program Check out our full line of Natural & Organic Haircare and Body Care. Join Joy's Hair Care Challenge at Natural Hair Care Challenge Explore Joyous Health Kids at Joyous Health Kids
In this episode, John links up with Harley Streten, better known as Flume, to talk through how he wrote, recorded and produced the four opening tracks from his mixtape and three albums - ‘Flume', ‘Skin', ‘Hi This Is Flume' and ‘Palaces'. Digging out files from sessions dating back to his early adventures travelling around Europe, Harley gives us a rundown on some of the key parts of his life in music and how his approach to producing has changed over the years. From his early days using cereal box software to his approach to fixing writer's block and the mental strain of life in music. As well as the long list of failed experiments that never made the final tracks, we're given a full tour of the painstaking tweaks and subtle changes Harley teases into his work to humanise a production. Listen to find out what question Harley always asks when visiting synth stores, why you shouldn't be afraid to rip off other people, and what some of the key elements to consider are when navigating success. Tracks discussed: Sintra, Helix, Hi This Is Flume, Highest Building Listen to ‘Palaces' here. Listen to ‘Skin' here. Listen to ‘Flume' here. Listen to ‘Hi This Is Flume' here. Future Classic, Transgressive Records Ltd Intro Music - Sunshine Buddy, Laurel Collective MELODICS Find out more about MELODICS here. Use the code 'TAPENOTES-20' for 20% off a Melodics subscription. GEAR MENTIONS Sonic Charge Synplant Vengeance Vocal Pack Native Instruments Razor Synth Native Instruments Reaktor Elektron Monomachine Reason FL Studio Cubase Ableton OUR GEAR Sennheiser HD 280 Pro Neumann TLM 103 RME Babyface Pro Focusrite Clarett 8Pre ART Headamp 6 Merging Technologies Pyramix FabFilter Pro-Q 3 FabFilter Pro-DS iZotope RX Waves RVox Waves L2 Waves Maxx Volume iZotope RX HELP SUPPORT THE SHOW If you'd like to help support the show you can donate as little or as much as you'd like here, (we really appreciate your contributions :) Donate KEEP UP TO DATE For behind the scenes photos and the latest updates, make sure to follow us on: Instagram: @tapenotes Twitter: @tapenotes Facebook: @tapenotespodcast To let us know the artists you'd like to hear, Tweet us, slide into our DMs, send us an email or even a letter. We'd love to hear! Visit our website to join our mailing list: www.tapenotes.co.uk TAPE NOTES TEAM Will Brown - Executive Producer, Engineer & Editor Tim Adam-Smith - Executive Producer Will Lyons - Editor Herbie Elton-Rowley - Videographer George Durston - Production Assistant Nathan Hetherington - PR Rebecca Ibbotson - Digital Marketing
We had the pleasure of interviewing Daisy Guttridge over Zoom video!Daisy Guttridge reveals the music video for fan-favorite track “Skin” today, March 9th. Featuring creative direction from Daisy Guttridge herself, the singer/songwriter pours her heart out, with a coy guest appearance from co-writer Marc E. Bassy and his soulful vocals. The video's look is inspired by Italian fashion photographer Davide Sorrenti, who Daisy cites as a major influence. Director of Photography Emad Rashidi was able to help bring this vision to life with the use of similarly raw, personal, and authentic close-ups. Shot on location in Los Angeles by director Danny Ghost (Daniel Drachman), the visual follows Daisy as she sings about a crush, with cuts of a female love interest interspersed throughout. The LGBTQ+ inclusive story showcases Daisy's fashion sense and natural star power, displaying her as a tastemaker across creative industries. Co-written and produced by Tk Kayembeh.Following the positive critical reception of her first single “i found u,” Daisy Guttridge recently embarked on Hippie Sabotage's 46-date Rooms of Hallucination Tour. Guttridge will support the Californian duo on all of their massive set of North American shows. A regular within the Hippie Sabotage tour camp, Daisy Guttridge is known for her previous work with the aforementioned pair, as well as tracks with Tommy Trash and Big Gigantic. She provided vocals for Vicetone on his hit single “Waiting” which has notched up over 18 million streams. She is set to release her debut EP The Highs in 2022. The project is entirely produced by her trusted collaborator Tk Kayembe, who plays a key role in shaping Daisy's sound. The England-born and LA-based singer/songwriter allows a deeper look into her complicated, relatable experiences as a human and an artist. Speaking about her mental health, career, and relationships, The Highs is Guttridge's powerful project that lets Guttridge speak her truth for the first time.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #DaisyGuttridge #LGBTQ #LGBTQ+ #IFoundU #IFoundYou #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Dr. Iris Rubin, M.D. is the co-founder of SEEN®, a luxury skin-caring hair care line. She is also a board-certified dermatologist with laser and cosmetic fellowship training, a graduate of Harvard Medical School and former pediatric laser surgeon at Children's National Medical Center. SEEN was born from Iris' experience with breakouts as it related to her personal hair care use. Deciding that she (and her patients) shouldn't have to choose between great hair and great skin, she holistically re-thought the formulation process for hair care. The product line is awesome! I had the opportunity to use the shampoo, conditioner, blow out cream and SEEN Magic Serum over the past few months and I am a big fan! I'm in the pool 3x a week and training 5-6 days a week and my hair get super dried out form all of the washing and drying, SEEN products felt super light and hydrating. During our conversation, Iris and I sync up about where the idea and inspiration for SEEN began, when she made the transition from daily practice of dermatology to building a brand. We chat about SEEN's current and growing product line, the signature and key ingredients. Iris shares her personal and brand mission, and the exercise and wellness routines that fuel her for success. SEEN's patented formulas are a game-changer for hair and skin care, clinically proven to be both non-comedogenic and non-irritating. SEEN's scientific advances stem from ingredient selection and from optimizing and balancing ingredients to minimize clogging of pores. The products use good-for-skin additives and many natural ingredients. They are color-safe and formulated without sulfates, silicones, phthalates, parabens, dyes, gluten, or animal testing. For those with sensitive skin, a fragrance allergy or those who simply prefer no fragrance at all – fragrance free formulas are available for all products. CONNECT SEEN on Instagram, TikTok, and Facebook Marni On The Move Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, or YouTube Marni Salup on Instagram and Spotify OFFERS InsideTracker: Get 20% percent off today at InsideTracker.com/marnionthemove SUPPORT THE PODCAST Leave us a review on Apple. It's easy, scroll through the episode list on your podcast app, click on five stars, click on leave a review, and share what you love about the conversations you're listening to. Tell your friends to what you love on social. Screenshot or share directly from our stories the episode you're listening to, tag us and the guests, and use our new Marni on the Move Giphy! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER Sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news!
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Todays episode is an interview from the essential strength podcast hosted by Dr. David Skolnik. I really enjoyed the interview and had to share it here.Subscribe to the Essential Strength Podcast HERE!Follow David HERE!hanks For Listening! LEAVE A REVIEW OF THE SHOW:There is NOTHING more valuable to a podcast than leaving a written review and 5-Star Rating. Please consider taking 1-2 minutes to do that (iTunes) HERE. You can also leave a review on SPOTIFY!OUR PARTNERS:Legion Supplements (protein, creatine, + more!), Shop (DANNY) HERE! Get comprehensive lab analysis of the most important biomarkers for your health from our partner Marek Health HERE (save using the code "corecoaching")Get Your FREE LMNT Electrolytes HERE! Care for YOUR Gut, Heart, and Skin with SEED Symbiotic (save with “DANNY15) HERE! Put your nutrition on autopilot with our amazing partner CHOW meal prep HERE (save with code "danny")RESOURCES/COACHING: Train with Danny on His Training App HEREI am all about education and that is not limited to this podcast! Feel free to grab a FREE guide (Nutrition, Training, Macros, Etc!) HERE! Interested in Working With Coach Danny and His One-On-One Coaching Team? Click HERE!Want Coach Danny to Fix Your S*** (training, nutrition, lifestyle, etc) fill the form HERE for a chance to have your current approach reviewed live on the show. Want To Have YOUR Question Answered On an Upcoming Episode of DYNAMIC DIALOGUE? You Can Submit It HERE!Want to Support The Podcast AND Get in Better Shape? Grab a Program HERE!----SOCIAL LINKS:Follow Coach Danny on YOUTUBEFollow Coach Danny on INSTAGRAMFollow Coach Danny on TwitterFollow Coach Danny on FacebookGet More In-Depth Articles Written By Yours' Truly HERE! Sign up for the trainer mentorship HERESupport the show
There are so many moms with teenagers in this community - so Landyn wanted to create a resource to best help you with one of their largest obstacles areas - TEENAGE ACNE. Today, Landyn is bringing on the woman that she trusts not only with her own skin, but also her daughter's - Dr Lorien Sites. Dr Sites is an amazing dermatologist in Nashville. She completed her three-year dermatology residency at Vanderbilt where she received extensive training in both medical and surgical dermatology as well as lasers and cosmetics. In this episode, they are chatting all things teenage acne - what it is, how to prevent it, and the best options out there! The two are diving into: Why some kids are more acne prone than others The BEST over the counter product options All things about the A Word: Accutane And don't worry – they are also dishing the deets on the best product to treat adult acne and the best product for teenage boys that has helped Landyn's son SO much. If you have any questions about how to achieve clear skin – this episode is your answer. Follow Dr Site here! https://www.instagram.com/nashvilleskin/ For full episode notes, visit: www.livingwithlandyn.com/the-best-over-the-counter-products-for-your-clearest-skin-yet
I don't know about you, but I don't want my entire life to revolve around my business. As time goes on, I'm more and more interested in having a better quality of life by creating a balance between the work I do and my other passions. To tell you how to achieve this balance, I'm doing something different with this episode. I'm tag-teaming with my coach, James Wedmore, to share some amazing advice about how you can make more money while working less. About James Wedmore James Wedmore was born and raised in sunny Laguna Beach, CA and now resides and runs his business in the beautiful red rocks of Sedona, AZ. For the last 15 years, James has leveraged his expertise to help teach Digital CEOs how to build and scale their online businesses through courses and trainings like his signature program, Business By Design, other programs such as Sales Page By Design, and Nail Your Niche, as well as many other business-building trainings inside of James' abundant course library. Along with being notorious in the online space for his unrivaled online courses and content, James also facilitates Next Level, a strategic, group-coaching experience as well as his high-level Mastermind, The Performance Mastermind. When James isn't working, he can be found hiking, flipping homes for Airbnb, or off-roading through the rocky terrain of Sedona. His motto is simple: Work hard, play harder! Free Yourself From the Time-Money Paradigm As this episode starts off, James describes the lessons he's learned since starting his business. At the heart of making more while working less is freeing yourself from what he calls “the employee mindset” where we connect earnings with time spent working. This comes down to thinking strategically about how you earn money. Central to this is the creation of leveraged offers. These are scalable offers that do not rely on the number of people who buy them from you. Online courses, memberships, and digital products can all be these types of offers. Once your offer is in place, an automated system to get it in front of many people should be in place. If you don't have a way for thousands of people to see it all at once, you don't have a way to make it work for you without spending lots of time on it. Both the offer and the sales process must be leveraged and scalable. Changing the Way You Think About Time and Money In the second half of this episode, I join you to discuss my take on breaking the time-money connection and how I do it in my business. I think about doing this in two different ways. First, there's looking at the actual structure in your business that either support or breaks this connection. This is where putting those scalable processes in place will help. It also comes down to shifting your understanding that more hours at work equals more earnings. This is something I regularly work on. It's an ongoing process for sure, but something that is essential for any successful entrepreneur. What's something that you've been putting off in your business that will help you make more and/or work less? Leave a comment on the episode page! In This Episode Freeing yourself from the employee-time paradigm [7:45] Being strategic by creating leveraged offers [16:00] Why you need premium pricing and lifetime customers [18:35] Addressing your limiting beliefs around the time-money connection [30:30] Combining premium pricing with leveraged offers as you grow your business [34:15] Freeing up your time through delegating tasks and responsibilities and repurposing content [39:35] Quotes “If you are an entrepreneur, you must once and for all shed the identity of the employee paradigm and step into the world of entrepreneurship.” [9:12] “When your prices are higher for a leveraged and scalable product, you're going to make more by working less.” [20:30] “What I've found is when you are very intentional, what you will find is that when you do less, you end up making more.” [27:52] Review Fed and Fearless on Apple Podcasts! Send a screenshot of your review to email@example.com or send me a DM on Instagram and I'll send you my Overcoming Undereating eBook. If you post your favorite episode in your Insta stories and tag me @LauraShoenfeldRD, I'll also send you my 14-Day Calorie Challenge Recipe Guide! Links Join the BBD Waitlist! Find James Wedmore Online Follow James on Facebook | Instagram | YouTube Leave a review of Fed and Fearless! Sign Up For The Free Training: The 5 Secrets of Fearlessly Healthy Women of Faith Learn more about business coaching with me Got a question you'd love to hear me answer on the show? Leave me a voice message here! Join the Fed and Fearless Society on Facebook Follow me on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 33: The Mindset of a Successful Entrepreneur
Our guest this week is Marina Willer, an award-winning graphic designer and filmmaker and one of Pentagram's many respected partners. Before joining the global agency, she was head creative director for Wolff Olins in London. With an MA in Graphic Design from the Royal College of Art, Marina has enjoyed an incredible career so far. She's led the design of major identities, including Rolls Royce, Oxfam, Nesta and Amnesty International. She recently rebranded Battersea and Sight and Sound Magazine. And as a multi-faceted designer, she has even designed major exhibitions for the Design Museum, including Ferrari: Under the Skin and Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition. Both were the most-visited shows in the museum's history. Elsewhere, Marina's first feature film, Red Trees, premiered at the 2017 Canne Film Festival and was released worldwide by Netflix in 2018 to much critical acclaim. She talks about it fondly in this episode and shares many other fascinating insights into her amazing creative journey. We talk about her process and inspirations. We learn more about Pentagram and how she feels about the world right now. We discuss the idea of "home" and how it feels to be in London post-pandemic. And she shares the joy of realising that work continues to surprise her, even after it's been 20 years since she famously rebranded Tate. Season Four of The Creative Boom Podcast is kindly sponsored by Astropad Studio.
Linda discusses beauty trends from her 30s Hannah's mum (and Beauty IQ Uncensored icon) Linda joins us to discuss the beauty trends from when she was our age. You can listen to more of Hannah and Linda here: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/single-minded/id1535920648 Fractional Laser (Clear + Brilliant) Jo recently went to James Vivian to get the treatment that makes her "look like a fetus". She runs us through the Clear + Brilliant treatment, what it does for your skin, how it works AND...how much it hurts. PWDKWN: Jo: M.A.C Cosmetics Studio Radiance Moisturizing & Illuminating Silk Primer https://www.adorebeauty.com.au/mac-cosmetics/mac-cosmetics-studio-radiance-dew-drench-all-day-hydrating-primer-30ml.html?utm_source=omny&utm_medium=podcast Hannah: Kerastase Curl Manifesto range https://www.adorebeauty.com.au/kerastase/guide/kerastase-curl-manifesto-review We have a Facebook Group! Join the Beauty IQ Uncensored FB group to share beauty tips, chat about the podcast and share your own cringey stories: https://www.facebook.com/groups/484267299748882/ Disclaimer: https://www.adorebeauty.com.au/disclaimer.html Hosts: Joanna Fleming & Hannah Furst Guests: Linda Furst See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week I am joined by Katie Blake. Katie is a regular on the podcast and co-founder of our Facial Gua Sha teacher training course as well as an expert on skin, holistic healing, energy work, and Gua Sha. In this week's episode we chat about: The benefits of acupressure Gua Sha teacher training The 9 key acupressure points Using a Gua Sha vs using fingers Energy healing Holistic wellness You can connect with Katie on Instagram @katie_theskinwhisperer For information on teacher training head to: https://faceyogaexpert.com/teacher-training (https://faceyogaexpert.com/teacher-training) Useful links: https://bit.ly/2CByToT (Get my weekly newsletter full of tips and inspiration) https://faceyogaexpert.com/teacher-training (Face Yoga and Gua Sha Teacher Training Courses) https://smarturl.it/faceyogajournal (My New Book, The Face Yoga Journal) https://faceyogaexpert.com/ (My Website) https://faceyogaexpert.com/fye-blog (My Blog) https://faceyogaexpert.com/apps#apps (My Apps) https://bit.ly/2IjdPY0 (My Book Danielle Collins Face Yoga) https://www.amazon.co.uk/Danielle-Collins-Face-Yoga/dp/B089GDGDS4/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= (My Audio Book) https://faceyogaexpert.com/sessions (Face Yoga Sessions) https://faceyogaexpert.com/shop (My Shop) Follow me on social: https://www.instagram.com/faceyogaexpert/ (Instagram: @faceyogaexpert) https://www.facebook.com/The.Face.Yoga.Expert/ (Facebook: The Face Yoga Expert) https://twitter.com/faceyogaexpert (Twitter: @faceyogaexpert) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4xcFhl2nMbseJO9nEl_kog (YouTube: The Face Yoga Expert ) https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielle-collins-77744437/?originalSubdomain=uk (Linkedin: Danielle Collins) https://www.pinterest.co.uk/faceyogaexpert/ (Pinterest: faceyogaexpert) https://www.tiktok.com/@faceyogaexpert?lang=en (TikTok: faceyogaexpert)
The biggest names in Hollywood and Broadway recorded for AFRS during the war years, The American Forces Network can trace its origins back to May 26, 1942, when the War Department established the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS). The U.S. Army began broadcasting from London during World War II, using equipment and studio facilities borrowed from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The first transmission to U.S. troops began at 5:45 p.m. on July 4, 1943, and included less than five hours of recorded shows, a BBC news and sports broadcast. That day, Corporal Syl Binkin became the first U.S. Military broadcasters heard over the air. The signal was sent from London via telephone lines to five regional transmitters to reach U.S. troops in the United Kingdom as they prepared for the inevitable invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe. Fearing competition for civilian audiences the BBC initially tried to impose restrictions on AFN broadcasts within Britain (transmissions were only allowed from American Bases outside London and were limited to 50 watts of transmission power) and a minimum quota of British produced programming had to be carried. Nevertheless AFN programmes were widely enjoyed by the British civilian listeners who could receive them and once AFN operations transferred to continental Europe (shortly after D-Day) AFN were able to broadcast with little restriction with programmes available to civilian audiences across most of Europe (including Britain) after dark. As D-Day approached, the network joined with the BBC and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to develop programs especially for the Allied Expeditionary Forces. Mobile stations, complete with personnel, broadcasting equipment, and a record library were deployed to broadcast music and news to troops in the field. The mobile stations reported on front line activities and fed the news reports back to studio locations in London. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Entertainment Radio Stations Live 24/7 Sherlock Holmes/CBS Radio Mystery Theater https://live365.com/station/Sherlock-Holmes-Classic-Radio--a91441 https://live365.com/station/CBS-Radio-Mystery-Theater-a57491 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Myke Gray is just chopsing about his bands Jagged Edge, Skin and his latest project Shades of Gray. Myke also opens up about how hard it is to be in a band and have your art critiqued by every man and his dog and the highs and lows that come with that criticism. This is a very heartfelt and open conversation from a man who lives and breathes music. A must see for every aspiring musician.
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Welcome to The Secret Life of Skin, an educational series to discuss the underlying causes of chronic skin issues such as acne, rosacea, psoriasis and eczema. In this episode the stories of hosts Dr. Tara O'Desky and nurse practitioner Kristin Cunningham are discussed, outlining the changes they implemented to heal their own skin conditions naturally. To learn more about Dr. Tara's story and the resources she offers, visit her website www.drtaraodesky.com. To learn more about Kristin's story and the resources she offers, visit her website at www.kristincunninghamnp.com
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April Gargiulo, founder of the skin-care company Vintner's Daughter, closes the loop between winemaking, soil health and sustainable skincare, as she tells the story of the slow beauty company she created to reflect her desire for quality, love for the earth, and production with an old-world mindset. April works from the foundation that fewer and better products are the remedy to a market built for overconsumption, and approaches skincare with the attitude of a winemaker: focusing on whole plants, active ingredients, quality sourcing, and soil health, resulting in a product made to an exacting standard of quality. For April, slow living means leaning into terroir, the unique flavor of a place that it carries due to the composition of the soil in which things are grown. Her intentionality and desire to engage with the details of the making process fuel her ability to serve her specific community, just as creators would have done in the pre-industrial age. Topics Covered: Slow Beauty Winemaking Holistic Skincare Routine Soil Health and Terroir from a Skincare Perspective Creating Products with a “Fewer, Better” Mindset Conscious Consumption Resources Mentioned: https://spiritweaversgathering.com/ (Spirit Weavers Gathering) https://scienceandartofherbalism.com/ (Rosemary Gladstar) http://buddhisteconomics.net/ (Buddhist Economics) https://www.gargiulovineyards.com/ (Gargiulo Vineyards) Guest Info: Connect with April Gargiulo https://vintnersdaughter.com/ (Vintner's Daughter) Instagram https://www.instagram.com/vintnersdaughter/?hl=en (@vintnersdaughter) Follow Us: https://lady-farmer.com/blogs/the-good-dirt-podcast (Our Website) @weareladyfarmer on https://www.instagram.com/thegooddirtph/ (Instagram) http://almanac.lady-farmer.com/ (The Lady Farmer ALMANAC) Original music by John Kingsley @jkingsley1026 Statements in this podcast have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not to be considered as medical or nutritional advice. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, and should not be considered above the advice of your physician. Consult a medical professional when making dietary or lifestyle decisions that could affect your health and well being.
In honor of Skin Cancer Awareness Month, Courtney is joined by Corporate Esthetic Trainer, Shelly Price, to talk about skin cancer prevention. Skin cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer & it's important that we are protecting ourselves as much as possible! Skip the tanning beds & create a new love affair with self-tanner. Your skin will thank you for it later! Instagram: @glowupwithshell @courtneyspatrouve @spatrouve @theglowbosspodcast Websites: spatrouve.com
Ben and repeat revisitor Jeff Frame welcome newcomer Andrew McMann to continue the Foos sidecast digging into the live album "Skin and Bones." We talk about how the songs on this album are different (in many cases) from the other versions we've discussed so far, Andrew's story with this album as a comfort after getting hurt in Iraq, baseball movies, messing with the timeline, and we remind listeners that the sidecast is not in response to what has transpired with the band but is instead a form of catharsis for us. Spoiler alert: Wayne is in Mexico for this episode.Check out Foo Fighters at: https://www.foofighters.com/Check out other episodes at RecordsRevisitedPodcast.com, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Castbox, iHeartMedia, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Additional content is found at: Facebook.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast or twitter @podcastrecords or IG at instagram.com/recordsrevisitedpodcast/ or join our Patreon at patreon.com/RecordsRevisitedPodcast
Today there is a lot more awareness about skin cancer and treatments than 20 years ago. Doctors are better prepared to treat skin cancer, but what happens when the cancer cell is on your face. What are your options, and who should you go to treat it from beginning to end? Dr. Rady Rahban talks to one of his patients, Bernadette, who developed skin cancer right on her nose. She couldn't imagine having a dime size scar right in front and center of her face. Join Dr. Rady Rahban as he explains the differences between the treatments for cancer when it develops on your body to when it grows on your face. Many experts who treat skin cancer remove it and then close it themselves or have one of their team members close it, but is that the optimal option? It might be the easiest and quickest way to deal with it, but it isn't always the best option. Bernadette takes us on her journey and tells us how and why she decided to see a plastic surgeon to close and fix her scar once her cancer was removed. It's an episode you won't want to miss. We would love your feedback... If you enjoyed this episode, or if you find our podcast helpful, tell us why! Leave us a review and make sure you subscribe on your favorite podcast platform. If you have a topic you would like us to discuss in an upcoming episode, please reach out to us on: www.Instagram.com/DrRadyRahban www.Facebook.com/RadyRahbanMDwww.RadyRahban.comExecutive Producers are Maria Alvarez + Mike Morse for YEA Networks / YEA Podcasts Associate Producer is Sally ChaconIf you are interested in advertising on this podcast or having Dr. Rady Rahban as a guest on your Podcast, Radio Show, or TV Show, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org#podcast #listen #podcastlife #podcaster #podcastshow #podcasts #podcasting #drradyrahban #drrrahban #radyrahban #plasticsurgery #plasticsurgeon #boardcertifiedplasticsurgeon #boardcertified #cosmeticsurgery #cosmetics #truth
It is dark inside the human body, but not every denizen of the animal kingdom is such a closed book. In this episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe discuss various creatures with transparent anatomical features and translucent bodies. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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
I've wanted to have a big juicy chat with someone who has transitioned gender for a while now. My two sons talk very openly about gender, and about people they know that don't feel right in their skin.... whereas this was never talked about when I was young. I wanted to talk to someone who would talk honestly about what this experience is like - and Jo Sutherland absolutely doesn't disappoint on this front. Jo first had surgery to transition from male to female in her early 20s – the story she tells of growing up as a boy is so insightful, so touching, so honest and, at times, heartbreaking. She takes pains to point out that self-acceptance doesn't magically happen when you transition, even if it's absolutely the right thing to do for you. And even if it isn't totally botched up, as hers sadly was. As she says, we are all works in progress. In fact I soon realised that – while I wanted to learn about gender – talking to Jo ended up being so relevant to my own situation because it's about being human… about seeking and finding and evolving your identity. It's just a bit more challenging if that identity doesn't feel right in the skin you're born in. It helps that Jo is also an endlessly fascinating character who has constantly reinvented herself, from hairdresser to prison worker to engineer to lawyer to actor and back to hairdresser! She even wrote a script about her life in lockdown. If anyone can talk authoritatively about finding your voice and the roles we play, it's her. For more about Jo: Twitter Jo Sutherland @JoSutherland13 https://www.instagram.com › jo_sut...Jo Sutherland - Instagram Organisations she supports: Mermaids, assisting gender divers children and families https://mermaidsuk.org.uk/ Awkward branch Productions: http://Www.awkwardbproductions.com City Lit (she thoroughly recommends their range of creative courses): Ad·https://www.citylit.ac.uk/browse/coursesCity Lit Courses - Weekday & Weekend Courses Royal Central School of Speech and Drama https://www.cssd.ac.uk/ To follow Big Juicy Creative for loads of inspiration on living creatively, see: Instagram: @bigjuicycreativeliving Facebook @bigjuicycreativeliving LinkedIn: @suzybashford Twitter: @suzybashford contact Suzy: email@example.com Big Juicy Creative podcast is available on all major platforms, such as Apple Podcasts and Spotify, or directly from my website: https://www.bigjuicycreative.co.uk/podcast
In Ayurveda, the health of the digestive system is everything. It is the foundation upon which the health of your skin and hair is built. Along with this comes the importance of gut health. Gut toxicity builds up over a period of time due to poor lifestyle choices and food pollution, amongst other reasons. Once a particular threshold of toxicity is reached, an intense toll is taken upon your general health and the health of your skin and hair. In this episode of the podcast, Sheetal will discuss some important lifestyle errors that you may be making unintentionally. For example, eating food with excess growth hormones, pesticides, flavor enhancers and color may lead to nutrition deficiencies. In one case, protein synthesis suffers due to a zinc deficiency. Paying attention and actively working to combat them will help you decrease your gut toxicity and improve your overall health. An Apsara product that also aids in reducing the outward appearance of gut toxicity on the skin, is the Sandalwood Facial Serum. Take the skin quiz to help us find the best Apsara products for your skin type or concern. If you're listening on iTunes, make sure to review us and subscribe. We are also on Spotify! Follow us for tips, remedies and information. Your feedback will help us make your experience with Apsara even better! If there are questions or topics you would like us to discuss, please let us know in the comment section below. If you need skin or haircare advice from an expert, fill out this form and we will send you a response as soon as we can! Go natural. It is good karma!
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.
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Terri has been involved in pageantry since competing at age 16 and placing in the top 12 at the Miss Teenage California Scholarship Pageant. She subsequently went on to compete for the next 30 years in the Miss and Mrs. divisions of dozens of pageants. As a ‘Miss' contestant, she placed 1st runner up at the iconic Miss Hollywood pageant; she was a top 5 finalist for the Southern California preliminary for Miss World and later that year won the title of Miss La Palma. After a short break to marry and have 2 babies, she won the title of Mrs. California United States, placing in the top 15 at the Miss United States pageant; she went on, after the age of 50, to hold the titles of Mrs USA Earth and Mrs. Global Elite.She has been a mentor, coach, emcee, producer and director for contestants and pageants nationwide for 25 years, including founding and producing the Miss Greater Southern California pageant and is a nationally ranked pageant judge. She has coached hundreds of pageant contestants in every pageant system and age division all over the nation, in all areas of competition and specializing in the most difficult category- the Interview Competition. Born and raised in Long Beach California, she was a competitive gymnast from age 12 through her second year of college, where she studied Behavioral Science. After college, she entered the fitness industry, where she taught classes and managed fitness clubs, including managing exercise studios for the iconic Richard Simmons.Her favorite pastimes involve water- SCUBA diving, water skiing and whitewater rafting- and travel is her passion, but her greatest role in life has been raising her two adult daughters, Taryn and Brittany.We are talking all things FABULOUS:*Little girls- sugar, spice and everything nice… expectations and messages received by society, teachers, parents, church . Molding us in ways and belief systems about how girls ‘should be'. How the world has changed its views of gender roles since our childhoods. *The teen years- experiencing ‘firsts'- flirting with adulthood, getting our hearts broken and trying to figure out who we are. ….unsure of who we are- comparing ourselves to others- liking boys- OH BOY!- experimenting and risk taking- the pressure to be perfect- seeking autonomy.* The twenties and thirties- when the world judges us by our relationship status. Establishing ourselves and feeling we have to achieve certain goals. Timetables for milestones differ- this can make us afraid. Second guessing ourselves and our choices. Pleasing others above all. The potential for losing ourselves in motherhood.* Does life really begin at 40? The need to please begins to wane. Time to focus more on ourselves. Survived many ups and downs ( no one learns anything in the good times). Often in the ‘sandwich generation' between kids and aging parents, which can be daunting… girlfriends really matter. Coming to terms with society seeing us as ‘older'. * The fifties and beyond- everything we have been through up to this point has created who we are now. Society has changed its viewpoint of us. Redefining beauty on our own terms. The dichotomy of being more impatient yet more tolerant. More compassion and less appetite for BS. Wisdom kicks in. Courage kicks in. Today's fiftysomething is not our mothers' fiftysomething. Being afraid and doing it anyway. Bucket lists…. Mortality and limited time. Not waiting for others to make us happy. Taking risks. Comfortable in our sexuality. Support the show
It's Solo Time #159. Within Brim's Skin -- Brimstone is going it all by his lonesome as he talks about lots of things including how Alex has COVID yet again and how he's never done a show solo before. Brim discusses his distaste for using the restrooms in public and explains why people should always knock before entering. Brim tells us how there is a formula shortage and is appalled by the actions of the Buffalo shooter, a child molester and an unfit mother. Essentially - he explains what gets Within Brim's Skin.