We are so excited to welcome Jackie Johnson to the Nutritional Aesthetics® Alliance’s Advisory Board! We have been searching for an herbalist and farmer for the Board, who not only shares our passion for advancing an integrative approach to healthy skin, but also who has a deep understanding of the importance of nutrient density (and how where/how plants are grown affects that), and the role of herbs in skincare and skin wellness. Jackie certainly fit that bill!

Jackie Johnson is a Holistic Brand Strategist who founded Wildling Dreams Consulting. Jackie’s credentials also include a 15-year career in business and management, helping grow retail, hospitality and fitness companies before striking out on her own to create luxury wellness products she wasn’t finding in the marketplace.

Her story is a narrative of finding herself at age 20, after literally losing her hair from stress and cheap beauty care products. She was at an all-time low in self-confidence because so much of her life was falling apart. Her journey is about finding her way back to health, which has manifested into her becoming a farmer, and formulating the Wildling Botanicals skincare line, Wildling Herbs. Through her businesses, she brings a much-needed perspective to the beauty world by joining nature and business together, so that she can empower others in health and wellness brands to do the same.

We love Jackie’s story, and we are honored to welcome her to our Advisory Board!

As we do with all our Advisory Board members, we asked Jackie to share why she wanted to be part of the Nutritional Aesthetics® Alliance:

The Nutritional Aesthetics Alliance:

What excites you the most about The Nutritional Aesthetics Alliance?

Jackie Johnson:

I love mentoring emerging entrepreneurs. I remember the excitement and challenges of formulating and launching my first brand. I wish I had someone to bounce ideas off, or just mastermind ideas with.

Jackie Johnson joins the Nutritional Aesthetics Alliance Advisory BoardThe NAA:

How has Nutritional Aesthetics (integrating nutrition and lifestyle changes with skincare and self-care) impacted your practice and/or work?

Jackie Johnson:

I believe our skin is a reflection of our health. Our skin is our largest organ. What we put on our skin does end up in our bodies. I have learned firsthand how harsh chemicals can cause hair loss and skin issues that affect our self-esteem and confidence. Getting back to nature in our skincare, self-care, and everything we do isn’t just safer, but can save us from long-term health issues.

The NAA:

Complete the sentence: “For optimal skin health, I wish people would do more of ___________________, and less of ___________________.”

Jackie Johnson:

For optimal skin health, I wish people would do more of preventive self-care, and less of reactive self-care.

We are so grateful to have Jackie Johnson on our Advisory Board!

Jackie has already presented a wonderful webinar, “Creating A Wholelistic Business,” for the Nutritional Aesthetics® Alliance, which is now available along with the other amazing titles in our Webinar Library for NAA members and CNAP students. We look forward to more collaborations with Jackie in the near future!

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Wildling Dreams Consulting