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The SEXIEST Skin You'll Ever Have


The body is made up of about 60 percent water, without our skin, we would literally evaporate. Needless to say, our skin is a very precious organ to be taken the utmost care of.


As we leave behind hotter, sunnier days we enter into cooler days of restoration. The sun, as healing as it can be, also makes you older, faster and damages the skin at a cellular level. So. It’s the perfect time to take care and replenish the skin from the inside out!

Learn more about the top foods that feed your skin as well as therapeutic practices (like skin brushing and infrared sauna) to keep you ageless and GLOWING always….


First, let’s Talk Nutrients!

Here’s are the top foods that keep your skin healthy:

  • Amino Acids: the building blocks of skin; helps build proteins.

  • Antioxidants: help combat oxidative stress- which creates an imbalance of skin damaging free radicals.

  • Water: Over 60 percent of your skin is made up of water, which is why hydration is key. Drinking enough water helps replenish water in the skin cells to lock in moisture, creating a soft, plump, and glowing look.

  • Collagen: is the main structural protein that forms connective tissue throughout our body and skin. But as we age, our collagen levels start to decrease, which leads to loss of volume and the formation of fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Berries: One of the very best foods for skin? Berries. More specifically, blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries. These dark berries are packed with skin-loving nutrients including antioxidants, phytochemicals, flavonoids, carotenoids, polyphenols, vitamins, and minerals.

  • Almonds and Brazil Nuts: are packed with nutrients that support hydrated, glowing skin. Almonds are rich in vitamin E, which helps to hydrate the skin from the inside out and has proven anti-inflammatory benefits as well as zinc. Brazil nuts have high levels of selenium, which fights against oxidative damage caused by free radicals to help maintain collagen levels—leading to brighter, tighter skin.

  • Beetroot: High in vitamin A, potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, and vitamin E, beetroot can help the skin, too. All these antioxidants protect the skin by neutralizing free radicals, which can cause wrinkles, dullness, and sagging.

  • Kale: Packed with vitamin C, beta-carotene, kaempferol, and quercetin, this superfood is an antioxidant superstar.

  • Avocado: Between vitamin E to boost skin vitality and luminosity, vitamin C to reduce inflammation, and healthy monounsaturated fatty acids to maintain moisture in the epidermis, avocados are an amazing superfood for all-around skin health.

  • Broccoli: The green veggie has vitamins A, B-complex, C, E, and K to rejuvenate skin for a brighter, glowing complexion.

  • Fish: Eating fish is an effective way to boost your omega-3 intake. Omega-3 has been shown to help fight acne and support healthy, glowing skin.

Now for skin brushing:

If the skin becomes inactive with its pores clogged with millions of dead cells, then impurities will remain in the body. The other eliminative organs, mainly the kidneys and liver, will have to increase their labor and will eventually become overworked. Dry skin brushing will change the health and stamina of your whole body!

Skin brushing will increase circulation, cleanse the lymphatic system, enhance skin softness and quality, reduce skin infections and irritations, stimulate your whole glandular system, prevent colds and so much more! It’s a good idea to make it a regular habit :)

Here are some tips on How To…

  • Start at the soles of the feet and work your way up your legs, front, and finally back; brushing as vigorously as you feel able.

  • Then, do your hands and up your arms.

  • When doing your chest and upper back, focus the brush strokes towards your heart.

  • Do not do your face, but give the back of your neck and scalp a good go.

And finally the sauna we all love:

Youthful, radiant, and glowing skin is the promise fulfilled through infrared sauna therapy! It uses this safe radiant heat source to assist in boosting your body’s natural healing processes, aiding your body in releasing toxins, easing tension, stiffness, and pain, stimulate blood circulation and safely burn calories without moving a muscle. Far infrared saunas can induce up to 2-3 times the healthy purifying sweat volume of a traditional hot-air sauna, while operating at a significantly cooler air temperature range. It also penetrates up to 2” below the skin!


A session with the Far Infrared Sauna exceeds any massage or hot rock treatment because you are getting whole body deep heat therapy and relaxation.

Take aways…

  • Enhances collagen production

  • Augments elasticity

  • Plump, smooth, revitalized skin

  • Improves circulation

  • More youthful skin coloration

  • Compliments on how gorgeous your skin looks!

…and a bonus link to my favorite portable, easy to use, powerful Far Infrared Sauna:


IN CONCLUSION:

  • Eat LOTS of nutrient dense fruits and veggies- and fish rich in omegas.

  • Drink plenty of WATER!

  • Skin brush regularly; at least a few times a week will make all the difference.

  • Treat yourself to a Far Infrared Sauna session at least once a week; even more in colder months. You will SEE and FEEL the difference!

With Love,

France Robert


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