4 Tips to Get Your Skin Glowing Again This Winter

December 02, 2018

4 Tips to Get Your Skin Glowing Again This Winter

Written by: Julia Davie, Registered Holistic Nutritionist

Is your skin mirroring the dull weather that is typical for this time of the year? From indoor heating to feeling too busy to drink enough water, the winter months leave many of us unimpressed with the color, texture and moisture level of our largest organ, the skin! Implementing a few simple tips can help your skin look and feel it’s best.


Drink Water!


This may sound obvious, but many of us are walking around seriously dehydrated. When it comes to beautiful and glowing skin, water needs to come first. Water helps deliver nutrients to the skin, remove toxins, and plump up each and every skin cell. Your challenge, to drink 8 oz. of filtered water or sugar free herbal tea each day.


Eat Avocados!


Sick of hearing about them? Sorry, not sorry! We love our avocados, and for good reason. When it comes to skin, you can’t beat their nourishing properties. Avocados are rich in protein which supports the structure of the skin to keep it looking youthful. Also, avocados contain lots of healthy fat to keep the skin nourished and supple. Your challenge, try adding avocado to smoothies and salads to support your skin!


Take Fish Oil!


Taking a high quality fish oil, such as NutriChem’s Pure Premium Fish Oil, is beneficial for the skin for a multitude of reasons. Fish oil is rich in omega 3 fatty acids which help retain moisture. As a bonus, omega 3 fats are also potent anti-inflammatory that help reduce the incidence and severity of inflammatory skin conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis, that result in itchy, dry and flakey skin. Your challenge, take one teaspoon of Pure Premium Fish Oil every day this winter.


Use quality skin care products!


While it is extremely important to drink, eat and take supplements to keep your skin hydrated from within, what you put on your skin is also important. Chose a restorative and rejuvenating moisturizer such as NutriChem’s Radiance cream! This luxurious face cream contains beech tree bud extract which has been clinically proven to enhance the moisture content of the skin. Radiance is suitable for day and night time use. Your challenge, use Radiance moisturizer twice a day, every day during the winter months.


Looking for nutrition advice tailored to your specific skin care needs? Consider scheduling an appointment with one of NutriChem’s outstanding Holistic Nutritionists for diet, supplement and lifestyle recommendations created just for you!

 

Written by Julia Davie, NutriChem Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Doula

Julia is a graduate of the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. Julia’s services emphasize the importance of whole, live and natural foods. Striving to make healthy eating accessible and enjoyable, she believes that food can be both nutritious and delicious! As a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, she understands the unique needs of each client and works with them to develop and implement a healthy eating plan individualized to their needs.

Julia strives to empower her clients through education, inspire them to make better food choices, and live healthier and more vibrant lives.

Julia’s special interests include digestive support, weight loss, skin health, blood sugar support, fertility nutrition, prenatal, postnatal and pediatric nutrition.

Learn more about Julia!

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Call: 613-695-5405 to book an appointment with Julia.

Email: stlaurent@nutrichem.com





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