Your microbiome and gut health massively impacts your skin and body. People are regularly prescribed antibiotics to treat a variety of conditions, but antibiotics kill a lot of the healthy bacteria that makes the microbiome strong.
This episode is part 2 of our series about cosmeceutical ingredients, procedures, and devices. In Part 1, I talked about treatments like Botox, LED Light therapy, fillers and more procedures that are common to try to reduce or reverse aging.
Some people choose to do cosmetic procedures in order to look better, but how do these procedures and ingredients actually impact your skin?
A lot of people ask me about the best serums to use on aging skin. In order to answer that question best, we have to talk about what’s missing in your skin as you get older. I’ve formulated the Osmosis serums to help bring back some of these missing components.
Our skin’s health is most influenced by our internal health. When our internal organs are working hard to detox or stay healthy, our skin can serve as a map that gives us clues about what it is happening inside our bodies.
Your skin is a messenger and a lot of the time people don’t realize that their skin conditions might be a result of internal issues. Things like acne, psoriasis, eczema, etc, most people think of as skin issues, but actually, certain organs in your body are probably trying to get rid of toxins.
A lot of people have been noticing that their skin is freaking out during this quarantine time. Today, I talk about the root causes to some of the skin issues that you might be experiencing right now – like rosacea, acne, and flaky eyelids.
Welcome to the first episode of the Ask Dr. Ben podcast. Today I’m going to give you an overview of some of the topics that we’ll be discussing on this show.