[๐ŸŽ™] THIS is what your skin tells you, guaranteed wellness tip โœฟ

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EPISODE 2. The skin as your wellness ally: a reflection of what is going on inside.ย 

The skin is a reflection of every aspect of our lives: our diet, mindset, stress levels, hormone balance, traumas etc.ย 

In thisย episode 2 of the WELLNESS CONSIDERATIONS podcast,ย I show you how and why you have a powerful external barometer for what is going on inside the body and hone in on the mind-skin, gut-skin connection. Instead of using concealer to cover up liver spots, using blush to liven up a dull complexion, applying anti-itch cream to eczema or lasering off ruby angiomas: we should be thanking our skin for what it has to show us about our health.ย ย 

We should be grateful that our largest organ, visible to the naked eye, reveals how we can adapt and THRIVE.

In this podcast I cover:ย 

ย  โœฟ A broad overview of the skinย 
ย  โœฟ How the brain, gut, skin are connectedย 
ย  โœฟ A closer look at 3 common skin โ€˜problemsโ€™: acne, rosacea and eczemaย 
ย  โœฟ Other skin afflictions, including those associated with โ€˜aging skinโ€™: brown spots, dry skin and wrinkles and how they might be addressed with a holistic approach.



    Amy Meyers (2023, May 10) Amy Meyers MD.ย https://www.amymyersmd.com/article/nail-fungus-killers

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