Hello all!
Happy to be back at the computer sharing with everyone! Let’s talk about our skin. I get asked all the time what kind of skin care or make up do I use. My skin has a glow that I don’t really think has all to do with product.

When clients start our Reboot program, I always tell them they will have the “Reboot Glow” after a few weeks of following the program. It’s amazing how impactful our food is on every aspect of our bodies. I find myself talking weight loss all the time since that’s what most are looking for but there are so many other advantages. When you clean up your diet, take out the inflammatory foods and add in proper water intake, everything changes. Hair becomes glossy and smooth. Skin glows and has improved elasticity (no botox needed!) and your body naturally
fights off environmental stresses that would normally cause dull bland skin.

Our skin is our largest organ and also our largest receptor to outside environmental factors. We are exposed to toxins daily that are out of our control. The things we can control are our soap, shampoos, lotions, sunscreens and anything we use over large areas of our bodies. Using the EWG (Environmental Working Group) website is a good place to start in researching our products. It rates products by brand and makes you pause to think as you make purchases. Googling organic skin care and organic make up can also be helpful.

Remember you are in control of what you put in your body and ON your body. Making good choices is pertinent to complete metabolic healing. Start with one product at a time as you finish what you have in the cabinet. Another great step to taking control of your health with these simple changes.

Water, of course, is the last but most important factor in making your skin glow. I don’t mean to always belabor the point but it is so key to our health. Start small in ounces and add daily. You will watch your skin brighten and your hair become less brittle. Not to mention, proper hydration allows for your body to work properly and all your cells to operate at full capacity. Drink up! It’s worth it.

Until next time…..

For your health-
Allison Stapleton