Skin care

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For those of you who missed our well-being web chat with the beautiful Imelda Burke content, here's a summary of everything we've discussed.

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1 : What advice would you give so that your skin looks best when you lack sleep? Thank you!

2: I am a religious user of SPF for the daily face, but I find that zinc oxide based sunscreens stick to my dry spots (I have acne prone skin and acne treatment leaves mine Peel skin). What do you recommend and can you suggest an acne treatment product that won't peel my skin? Thank you so much!

3 : My father has had a very stressful time in the past few months and is now suffering from shortness of breath. He has had a medical examination and everything is clear. We know it's stressful – but we just don't know how to help him. Please help.

4 : Do you have any tips on how to start the day alarm with a positive attitude, and then advice on how to get rid of all the tensions that have accumulated during the day before going to bed? I literally carry my stress on my skin!

5 : So far this year has been extremely hectic and stressful. Unfortunately, I found that the stress affected my hair, my skin (more breakouts) and my weight (especially in the stomach area!). Do you have any advice and tips that could help? Many thanks for your help.

6: I have had skin prone to blemishes for years! I know hormone imbalance is a big factor, unfortunately I can't afford to go to an endocrinologist yet, and I'm afraid they'll pump me with artificial hormones. Are there natural supplements, tea and herbs that help?

7: I am 28 years old and still suffer from combination skin and occasional breakouts, but I can also see the first signs of aging, especially on my forehead. I find anti-aging products too rich, but products aimed at spot treatments are too dry. Could you please recommend something to help me with skin care or nutritional problems that can lead to breakouts? Thank you so much!

8: I would like to know whether creams or serums are better for more than 40 skin types. Thanks a lot.

9 : I've heard rave reviews about ingredients like AHA in detergent / toner, L-ascorbic acid, hyaluronic acid, peptide like acetyloctapeptide, and MSM. Are you wondering what your opinion is? I have acne prone skin and bought the rosehip oil in hopes of reducing my pigmentation and scars from pimples. Do you think that will help? Thank you!

10: I know that wrinkles are inevitable to some extent, but I would like to try to maintain at least a healthy glow. Any tips?

11: I have really dry and sensitive skin. I drink a lot of water and eat a lot of avocados (I've heard they help with dry skin), but unfortunately it seems to get drier and more reactive with age. Do you have any recommendations?

12: How do you recommend dealing with stress and negativity? So far, 2013 has not been very good for me and has affected my skin and posture. Things are improving now (fingers crossed) and I would like to give you some tips on how to get back on the track.

13: Is it true that dirty pillow cases can cause breakouts? If so, how often should we change our pillowcases? Thank you

14: I am 32 years old, work at night and am looking for healthy food supplements to improve my health and well-being. As a man, I want to keep it simple. Can you recommend some supplements and vitamins that I should take? Thank you!

15: I am 42 years old, with very fussy skin, dry in the T-zone, roseaca on my cheeks and occasional breakouts on the jaw, chin and hairline, what skin care would you like recommend?

16: As a young mother, I hardly get any sleep – I know that it affects my hair, my skin and my general well-being! Do you have any tips to help?

18: I have just turned 40 and I want to improve my skin health. Do you have any advice on lifestyle things I can do?

Q 1: What advice would you give so that your skin looks best when you lack sleep? Thank you!

A 1: There are three things in which, if I do it consistently, I notice a visible difference in tone, hydration and overall appearance of my skin – even if I don't get enough sleep.

– Green juice or smoothie – Daily! Use skin-loving vegetables like cucumber and spinach with some apple and ginger – even some turmeric. – Facial massage – just a few minutes are extremely beneficial for the skin. It draws oxygen into the outer layers of the skin and increases blood circulation. It gives you the fresh look your skin has when you take a brisk walk in the cold. You can try it out at home – in fact, the new Pai Age Confidence Oil comes with a handy guide.

– Reduce your sugar and caffeine intake – both affect your hormones, which affect not only your whole body, but also your skin. Caffeine drains the skin, while sugar lowers the quality of the collagen in the skin. Hope that helps!

F 2. I am a religious user of SPF for the daily face but I find that zinc oxide based sunscreens stick to my dry spots (I have acne prone skin and acne treatment peels my skin). What do you recommend and can you suggest an acne treatment product that won't peel my skin? Thank you so much!

A 2: Natural sunscreens can be difficult! Unless you have an actual allergy to zinc oxide, these may be the basic ingredients that affect your skin, not zinc. There are some that work well for our customers. The Vive Sana is worth a look – it has a thick consistency, but the ingredients used in it have great benefits for the skin and should help with the dry areas. With acne – if it is a persistent problem, I would recommend seeing a doctor. There are great current products, but you really need to get down to business. In the meantime, try our Content Skin Tea, which is tailored to your skin type.

F 3. My father has had a very stressful time in the past few months and is now suffering from shortness of breath. He has had a medical examination and everything is clear. We know it's stressful – but we just don't know how to help him. Please help.

A 2: Thank you for writing. It can be difficult to persuade people to do new things, but I would really recommend finding a form of meditation that works for him. To do this, provide him with all the medical research you can find – it is convincing to read and often it is better to get people to read scientific research than to talk about the emotional benefits. There is a great book called "Hurry up and meditate" – it is short, does a lot of research and is accessible. If we don't have women who put flower remedies in their husband's drinks!

Q 4. Do you have any tips on how to start the day alarm with a positive attitude, and then advice on how to get rid of all the tension accumulated during the day before going to bed? I literally carry my stress on my skin!

A 4: Good question! A friend of mine always recommends starting the day by going outside for only 10 minutes. It's amazing what difference it makes to your mood. I myself always try to start the day with a green juice, it really wakes you up and the kick starts your day better than coffee, every will. This year is all about introducing rituals in our time, and bedtime is really important. Even if you only have 10 minutes to do a ritual, you can relax and relax your body. Some of my favorites are meditation, herbal teas, flower remedies, and massaging your shoulders with a therapeutic oil. Hope that helps!

F 5. So far this year has been extremely hectic and stressful. Unfortunately, I found that the stress affected my hair, my skin (more breakouts) and my weight (especially in the stomach area!). Do you have any advice and tips that could help? Many thanks for your help.

A 5: Weight around the middle is a clear sign of stress! People collect more fat in their midst, particularly due to the effects of the stress hormone cortisol. Do everything you can to relieve this stress. I would recommend seeing a general practitioner such as a naturopath or acupuncturist. Herbs may be really useful for you, but it's best to work with a medical herbalist to formulate a tincture for you. However, there is a lot you can do – start today!

F 6. I have had skin prone to blemishes for years! I know that hormone imbalance is a big factor, unfortunately I can't afford to go to an endocrinologist yet, and I'm afraid they'll pump me with artificial hormones. Are there natural supplements, tea and herbs that help?

A 6: Unfortunately, this can be a problem for many people. There are many herbs, dietary changes, supplements and acupuncture that have helped many of our customers regulate hormones and improve skin and overall wellbeing. However, this depends on the underlying cause. Our herbalist has formulated a skin tea that gently helps. Until you can visit a practitioner, you could start with tea and work on making your diet more alkaline.

F 7. I am 28 years old and still suffer from combination skin and occasional breakouts, but I can also see the first signs of aging, especially on my forehead. I find anti-aging products too rich, but products aimed at spot treatments are too dry. Could you please recommend something to help me with skin care or nutritional problems that can lead to breakouts? Thank you so much!

A 7: It can be difficult to treat skin with different concerns. We are very excited about new, targeted products that can be used in the areas you need. A targeted wrinkle treatment is ideal for your forehead, and it can be helpful to try a balancing and cleansing product in places. In the event of outbreaks, it really helps to adapt the location to your inner health – read here and see if it makes sense for you http://bit.ly/12Txikr. Do you clean twice? This can be very beneficial for skin prone to breakouts. Try eating lots of anti-inflammatory foods and try omega-3 fatty acids that help with both dryness and stains.

Q 8. I would like to know whether creams or serums are better for more than 40 skin types. Thank you very much

A 8: Both serve very different purposes – in a serum you get a higher concentration of key components in a form that the skin can easily absorb. If the skin is drier than a heavier cream, adding a serum will often give it the boost it needs. I always put a serum under my day cream or night oil. Hope that helps!

F 9. I've heard rave reviews about ingredients like AHA in detergent / toner, L-ascorbic acid, hyaluronic acid, peptide like acetyloctapeptide and MSM. Are you wondering what your opinion is? I have acne prone skin and bought the rosehip oil in hopes of reducing my pigmentation and scars from pimples. Do you think that will help? Thank you!

A 9: There are some very exciting developments in the field of "green chemistry". Many brands are now using herbal natural hyaluronic acid (sometimes derived from wheat and beetroot) and peptides. It's great to see that natural brands can compete with the same levels of performance that non-natural brands are expected to do. We often find that when oily to acne skin types use a product like rosehip oil, the skin balances itself and regulates its own oil production. Many of our customers find that it really helps. However, I would suggest trying to find the cause of the outbreaks – hormone, stress, etc.

F 10. I know that wrinkles are inevitable to a certain extent, but I would like to try to maintain at least a healthy glow. Any tips?

A 10: Feed the skin from the inside. Check out the foods you eat and switch to more alkaline foods. An easy way to get started is by filling half of your plate with vegetables – kale, spinach, and broccoli are great ways to get a shine. If you do this with 2 meals a day for a month, you will soon notice the difference. If you're having trouble, add a green super food drink. Pure Synergy or Synergy Super Greens are our most popular in the business. Check to see if you are getting enough omega-3 fatty acids. The body's larger organs use them first, so you have to take a high quality supplement for up to 3 months before realizing the real benefits for your skin. Do not give up!

F 11. I have really dry and sensitive skin. I drink a lot of water and eat a lot of avocados (I've heard they help with dry skin), but unfortunately it seems to get drier and more reactive with age. Do you have any recommendations?

A 11: I suffered from it myself. Make sure you get enough omega-3 fatty acids – the avocados may not be enough. The body's larger organs use them first, so you have to take a high quality supplement for up to 3 months before realizing the real benefits for your skin. Do not give up! The other thing that really benefits my dry skin is feeding the skin from the inside. Check out the foods you eat and switch to more alkaline foods. An easy way to get started is by filling half of your plate with vegetables – kale, spinach, and broccoli are great ways to get a shine. If you do this with 2 meals a day for a month, you will soon notice the difference. If you're having trouble, add a green super food drink. Pure Synergy or Synergy Super Greens are our most popular shop.

F 12. How do you recommend dealing with stress and negativity? So far, 2013 has not been very good for me and has affected my skin and posture. Things are improving now (fingers crossed) and I would like to give you some tips on how to get back on the track.

A 12: Meditation would be number one on my list – it helps on so many levels. In-store, we all use the Lotus Wei flower essences that really help support the body, mind and emotions no matter what is going on in life. Hope this helps and remember to think positive!

Q 13. Is it true that dirty pillow cases can cause breakouts? If so, how often should we change our pillowcases? Thank you

A 13: Our specialist Laura Jones would definitely recommend checking your laundry. Most of us sleep on the same page every night, so if you have to deal with outbreaks, it's a good idea to change them regularly. It may not be the cause, but it makes sense that if you have brushed some time before bed, you don't want to put your face on linen that is not so clean!

Q 14. I am 32 years old, work at night and am looking for healthy food supplements to improve my health and well-being. As a man, I want to keep it simple. Can you recommend some supplements and vitamins that I should take? Thank you!

A 14: If you only want to take one, take a look at the Pure Synergy http://bit.ly/GGEaEX. It has everything you need – it's organic and in a food state, so it's easily accessible to the body. Start with it and people will think you were on vacation!

F 15. I am 42 years old, with very fussy skin, dry in the T-zone, roseaca on my cheeks and occasional breakouts on my jaw, chin and hair. What skin care would you recommend?

A 15: Many of our customers have exactly their skin type, many have great success with the Pai series and return to the basics – do not overload the skin. You have to help restore balance. Our herbalist has made a great contribution to outbreaks and their relationship to body imbalances. Read here http://bit.ly/12Txikr.

F 16. As a young mother I hardly get any sleep – I know that it affects my hair, my skin and my general well-being! Do you have any tips to help?

A 16: It is difficult to replace all the good work sleep for our body, but you can support it if you lack a few hours. Make sure you start your day right. Our practitioners would always recommend a hearty breakfast to increase your energy level for the day ahead. If I lack sleep, I start with a green smoothie with spinach, a good protein powder and avocado. Avoid caffeine, sugar, and all stimulants all day long as it's a wrong economy. They feel great for a few hours and then crash.
I have already mentioned Tulsi tea and it is easy to add it to your day. It promotes general well-being, reduces stress, supports immunity, strength and endurance. Everything you need as a busy mother! If you don't like the taste, we sell it in capsule form from New Chapter.

Q 18. I have just turned 40 and I want to improve my skin health. Do you have any advice on lifestyle things I can do?

A 18: Definitely! If I feel a bit run down or just want to do my best, there are three things I have to do if I do it consistently. Green juice or smoothies first! I have these daily – use great skin vegetables like cucumber and spinach with a little apple and ginger, even some turmeric if you feel brave. Second, look at how much you sleep. It is important to find out how much sleep you actually need. Some people only get enough sleep to function, but not enough to allow their bodies to rest and repair. Finally, reduce your caffeine and sugar intake – both affect your hormones, which affects not only your entire body, but also your skin. Caffeine is very dehydrating for the skin, while sugar reduces the quality of the collagen in the skin. Hope that helps!

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