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Is Fluoride the Hidden Cause of Your Acne?

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What do you do when you’ve tried everything to get rid of stubborn–even cystic–acne? You’ve nailed your topical regimen, you get regular facials, you’ve done the elimination diet and the detox, you take the supplements, you drink enough water, get enough sleep, exercise regularly…but your skin is still breaking out? Fluoride could be to blame [Keep reading…]

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Local, Raw Honey for Allergies: Does it Really Work?

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Did you know that more than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies? According to WebMD, 30 percent of American adults and 40 percent of American children are affected. While outdoor allergies like ragweed, pollen, and hay fever are not the only types of allergies encompassed by these numbers, one staggering statistic did show that due [Keep reading…]

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Member on a Mission: Leanne Vickery

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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, Leanne Vickery, of The Herb Clinic [Keep reading…]

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Is Kefir Part of Your Probiotic Nutrition Regimen?

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A healthy gut with a biodiverse microbiome is essential for clear, healthy skin and overall wellbeing. While probiotic supplements can help, the importance of a variety of whole, fermented foods cannot be ignored to keep the digestive tract working well and the immune system strong. Most people are familiar with traditional fermented foods like pickles [Keep reading…]

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The Truth about Indoor Tanning and Tanning Addiction

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Regardless of background or philosophy, practitioners representing virtually every form of skincare and healthcare (Western Medicine and many of the different branches of alternative/complementary healthcare) agree that excessive exposure to UV rays should be avoided due to the risk of developing different types of skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, malignant melanoma).  While [Keep reading…]

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The Skin-Health Link: Why Skincare is an Inside and Outside Job

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The primary mission of the Nutritional Aesthetics® Alliance is to advance an integrative approach to healthy skin by honoring the skin-health link. This skin-health link combines healthy nutrition and lifestyle choices with natural skincare products and non-invasive aesthetic treatments, which builds a strong and sustainable foundation for optimum beauty, skin health, and longevity. Practitioners on both [Keep reading…]

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5 Ways to Embrace a Healthy Skin Mindset This Summer

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Most people associate summer’s skincare needs primarily with sun protection. While having a healthy skin:sun exposure balance is certainly paramount, summer is also a time of year that can affect the skin in other ways, primarily stress. Whether it’s because the kids are off, or your clients are on vacation, or you’re planning a less-than-relaxing [Keep reading…]

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NAA Membership Update: New Cards Have Been Released!

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NAA Membership is loaded with exciting educational benefits, valuable industry savings, and regular member features like our Member on a Mission blog posts and periodic member co-hosted webinars. Our all time member-favorite benefit though, is the NAA File Box and NAA File Cards. Every new member receives a beautiful NAA File Box and their first [Keep reading…]

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The Importance of Home-Care for Optimal Skincare Results

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Most skincare aficionados love receiving facials, love the aesthetician who performed the service, and love how good their skin looks and feels after the service. However, those warm fuzzy feelings often fade when, at the end of the service, the aesthetician tries to sell the client products. These are often the same clients who complain [Keep reading…]

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Post-Procedure Skincare: An Integrative Approach

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The subject of medical aesthetic and cosmetic procedures is particularly polarizing in the skincare community–especially the holistic community. Strong opinions range from anti-procedure of any kind, to minimally invasive or reconstructive ones, all the way to the idea that people have the right to do whatever they’d like to help themselves look and feel their [Keep reading…]

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