Increased consumption of fatty, salty, and sugary foods can disrupt thegut-skin axis.Unbalanced gut health can lead to changes in the skin. If you notice your skin starting to get out of whack,cut back on anything unusual.
Drink plenty of water!This is year-round advice, but if you're someone who struggles with drinking water during colder months, consider swapping in herbal tea, seltzer (with a couple of cranberries and a slice of lime if you want to get seasonal), or just hot water with lemon to stay hydrated.
Don't skip exfoliating.If you think you might need to try a gentler method, just hit reply on this email or call/text me at(303) 717-0097and we can discuss your options.Tru Rx Peel Padsare a good option for most, and are conveniently packaged for winter travel.
Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. BUT! It's not always about the thickness of the moisturizer, but theingredients. In my professional opinion - backed by decades of experience as a professional esthetician - powerful natural ingredients in lighter formulations can be just as effective as thick heavy creams. TheHydra Mist Calmis a perfect example and slots in easily to any skincare routine.