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Member on a Mission: Tracy Childs

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We’re incredibly proud of NAA members and the unique ways that they apply Nutritional Aesthetics® in their personal and professional lives. It’s our goal to support them and share their wisdom by highlighting their stories with you in a periodic ‘Member on a Mission’ feature. Our latest featured member, Tracy Childs, of Skintuition, has provided skin [Keep reading…]

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7 Nutrients Your Skin Needs to Naturally Improve Scars

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Most people have a scar or two that they wish would just go away. Some people have used products to improve naturally improve scars, while others have sought more drastic and invasive measures to get rid of the scars such as laser treatments, deep chemical peels, or painful dermabrasion. These medical treatments are very expensive [Keep reading…]

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Winterize Your Skin with These 5 Topical Tips

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You winterize your car, you winterize your home, you winterize your wardrobe…but do you winterize your skin? Why do we winterize all of these different things in our lives? The extreme cold, windy, sometimes snowy outdoor air plus super-dry and stuffy indoor winter air contribute to potentially damaging physical changes to the entire body. Even [Keep reading…]

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Carrier Oil Close Up: Prickly Pear Seed Oil

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The flesh of the prickly pear cactus fruits and leaves is long known for numerous health benefits when eaten as a food, and is considered both a home remedy and alternative health treatment for issues ranging from high blood pressure, blood sugar issues, headaches, hangovers, osteoporosis, inflammation, and digestive issues. While eating or drinking the [Keep reading…]

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The NAA’s 2017 Year in Review

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Earlier this season, we invited you to use the natural tendencies of fall–reflection, taking stock, planning for the next cycle–to assess your own skincare routine, health practice, and business. (Click HERE to read that post if you missed it). We’ve certainly done the same, here at the Nutritional Aesthetics® Alliance! We’ve continued on our mission [Keep reading…]

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4 Reasons to Have Miso in Your Skin-Healthy Kitchen

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Soy is one of the more controversial foods in the world of nutrition. For years, it was touted as a healthy source of plant protein, and was processed into various meat-like, dairy-like substances such as soy milk, soy ice cream, soy cheese, soy baby formula, and various soy-based vegan meat substitutes. Then nutritional research began [Keep reading…]

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Hygge Your Way to Happier Skin

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It certainly seems like the holiday season has changed, doesn’t it? For many years, Thanksgiving’s passing was the signal to stores, shoppers, and businesses that the shopping season for Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Yule, and other December celebrations had begun. Now, it seems that winter holiday decorations begin to creep into stores even before Halloween. And [Keep reading…]

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Should You Use Soap for Skincare?

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Using soap for skincare might seem like the most natural thing to do–after all, the main purpose of soap is to clean the skin. It functions as a surfactant, separating dirt and debris from the skin with its foaming action, so it can be washed away, leaving the skin squeaky clean. Simply stated, soap is [Keep reading…]

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Fall Inventory for Your Kitchen, Your Skincare, and Your Business

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Autumn is a time of transition in several ways. There are the obvious changes of temperature and scenery, and there are also changes energetically. The ancient wisdom of Ayurveda brings us the understanding that while summer’s qualities are hot, sharp, and penetrating (Pitta), fall begins the shift to the Vata qualities, which are cold, dry, light [Keep reading…]

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Member on a Mission: Maxine Drake

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We’re incredibly proud of NAA members and the unique ways that they apply Nutritional Aesthetics® in their personal and professional lives. It’s our goal to support them and share their wisdom by highlighting their stories with you in a periodic ‘Member on a Mission’ feature. Our latest featured member, Maxine Drake, is a world class teacher [Keep reading…]

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