The Healthy Skin Show
Summary: Fed up with those skin rashes that just won't go away? Join clinical nutritionist, skin rash expert, and eczema warrior Jennifer Fugo to explore alternative ways to look at your frustrating skin conditions. Together, we'll dive deep to empower and inspire you to see your symptoms from a totally different perspective. Each episode tackles a wide range of chronic skin rash issues including (but not limited to) eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, vitiligo, and seborrheic dermatitis. We pull back the curtain to dish on nutrition, diet, root causes, detoxification, lifestyle changes and even innovative published research that doesn't seem to trickle down to your doctor.
While CBD is all the rage right now, there is still a lot of misinformation surrounding it. My guest today is here to clear up some of the common confusions relating to CBD and hemp.
Many of us think that once puberty passes, acne will be a thing of the past. Unfortunately, acne does not discriminate, and it can affect people of all ages. Today, I continue my conversation with Brie Wieselman about how PCOS can cause adult acne in women.
Many of us, especially those with rashed or sensitive skin, are so afraid of irritating our skin that we don't use many skincare products. However, as my guest today explains, having a regimen that is appropriate for your individual skin is essential.
We haven't discussed this particular skin condition yet, and it's a big one, despite being quite misunderstood! Hives. Many people who suffer with chronic hives assume they are just a part of life, and always caused by stress or allergies. My guest today is here to turn that theory on its head.
When you have a chronic skin condition, staying positive and practicing self-love can sometimes seem impossible. If you're in need of inspiration and encouragement, you're going to love today's show. Today's guest, Nitika Chopra, has been a leader in the wellness industry since she founded her blog in 2010.
There are numerous approaches to dealing with eczema rashes, and today my guest offers a rather unique perspective on natural topical remedies. My guest Abby Lai is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (RHN) and the founder of Prime Physique Nutrition, a website that was voted one of the top 20 eczema blogs to follow in 2018.
The concept that childhood trauma could have an impact on adult health seemed very woo-woo to me...that is, until I was schooled by today's guest. Dr. Keesha, the Mystic Medicine Doctor, is an integrative medicine expert, Doctor of Sexology, psychotherapist, Huachumera (medicine woman trained in plant medicine from Peru), and the founder and medical director of the Academy for Integrative Medicine Health Coach Certication Program.
Today's episode is all about bees. Yes, you read right. Some are afraid of them, some think we should save them but aren't sure why...today should help clear all that up. You've probably heard of manuka honey and its potential uses for skin rashes. So it's already established that honey can help!
In this episode, we take a closer look at the potential pros and cons of having fragrance and adulterated plant oils in natural skincare products.
I've spoken a lot on this show about eczema, and today, I'll be expanding on the wealth of information we've already received. Tune in to learn more about the roles of stress and skin irritants in eczema.
Fermented foods have skyrocketed in popularity because they're a great source of probiotics. However, should those of us with skin rash issues be including ferments in our diet? My friend Summer Bock joins us again to discuss.
If you're listening to this podcast, you or someone you know is experiencing angry skin in some form—super dry, red, itchy, burning, cracked, etc. Did you know the ingredients in your skincare products could actually be harming more than they help?
For people with thyroid disorders, the skin is often overlooked. However, many symptoms of thyroid disease can manifest on the skin.
In today's hyper-clean, anti-germ world, we have been raised to believe that all germs and bacteria are bad for us, while this is not actually the case. Yes, some germs and bacteria are harmful, but a much larger percentage is useful to us. And unfortunately, conventional cleaning practices have stripped the skin of its microbiome.
With certain food-triggered conditions like psoriasis, it may seem like an impossible task to create and stick to a diet that is nourishing but also avoids symptomatic complications. It’s different for everyone and finding what works is no simple task. But, as my guest today will tell you, persistence pays off!