Choosing the Right Fruits & Vegetables for Skin Health

From the Show: Health Radio
Summary: How can you influence your skin with your diet?
Air Date: 2/26/16
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Katherine Goldman, Esthetician
Katherine Goldman“Mompreneur,” Celebrity Waxologist & Esthetician Katherine Goldman founded Stript Wax Bar in 2009, fulfilling her vision of a boutique dedicated to the art of waxing. Their mission is to provide women and men with a clean, comfortable environment where they can provide customers with the best, most professional hair removal services in the industry. Now a chain of ten boutique waxing bars across California, Stript Wax Bar locations are all about the newest and close to painless waxing techniques in the industry. Alongside their superior waxing services, Stript also offers other services that include a line of clinical facials, customized treatments that compliment the overall waxing experience, and the art of spray tanning (the regular Dancing With The Stars crew can be spotted tanning there year round). If you are looking for a permanent hair reduction solution and are not convinced that the cost or long term results of Laser is right for you, then let’s talk about Stript Wax Bar’s exclusive line of Depilar permanent hair reduction gel. Applied and activated in conjunction with a waxing service, Depilar is your personal path to permanently smooth skin.

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Choosing the Right Fruits & Vegetables for Skin Health
So much money is spent on a great face. From spa treatments to expensive makeup, you make investments to put your best face forward.

Your skin health is influenced by what you eat. Eating sugar and fatty foods can make your skin less supple and cause flaws.

How can you influence your skin with your diet?

Try eating these foods for skin benefits:

  • Berries: full of antioxidants
  • Citrus: helps renew damaged skin
  • Broccoli: contains a very powerful antioxidant called sulforaphane
  • Carrots: helps skin tone and moisture
  • Melons: contains anti-aging properties and lots of water
Esthetician Katherine Goldman shares how eating the right fruits and vegetables can make your skin glow.
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