sunscreen must be reef-friendly

Why the Snorkeling Captain Wouldn’t Let Well-Intentioned Americans Use Their “Reef-Friendly” Sunscreen

Today's blog post is a guest contribution from mom of four, former teacher, and healthy kids cooking advocate, Katie Kimball--who is also a self-professed sunscreen geek. In this post, Katie informs us of the importance of using reef-friendly--not…

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Natural skin care products

Member on A Mission: Theresa Tambos

We’re incredibly proud of NAA members and Certified Nutritional Aesthetics Practitioner students, and the unique ways that they apply the Nutritional Aesthetics® philosophy in their personal and professional lives. It’s our goal to support them and…

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Member on A Mission: Tara Swagger

We’re incredibly proud of NAA members and CNAP students, 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…

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Woman thinking about toxic mold

Is Toxic Mold Responsible for Your Skin Problems?

All skin problems, be it acne, rosacea, eczema, hyperpigmentation, premature lines and wrinkles, and even more advanced conditions have a root cause. Sometimes that root cause is the person using topical skincare products with the wrong ingredients…

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Jennifer Fugo

NAA Advisory Board Highlight: Jennifer Fugo

We are so excited to welcome Jennifer Fugo, MS, CNS to the NAA Advisory Board! Not only is Jennifer an incredibly knowledgeable and experienced nutritionist, but she also has specialized knowledge on helping people reclaim healthy skin by…

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Health supplements

Do Skincare Supplements Really Work?

Although the skin is one of the only organs visible on the outside of the body, it shouldn’t be nourished only from the outside. More than ever, science supports the fact that nutrition has a lot to do with the health and appearance of skin. The…

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Nutritious Food

Nutrition and Skin Inflammation: What to Eat and What to Avoid

The skin is the largest organ of the body and deserves just as much care and attention as your heart, kidneys, liver, and other internal organs. The skin can also acts as a "magic mirror" (as NAA Advisory Board member, Dr. Trevor Cates likes to…

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Woman receiving facial

Post-Facial Care: What to Do and What Not to Do

The daily stresses and fast-paced lifestyle often leave us feeling in need of a break. What better way to treat yourself to a well-deserved “me time” than to schedule a facial at a local salon? It’s understandable why skin experts recommend facial…

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Caffeine and Skin Health: Truths, Myths, and Everything in Between

In spite of ample blog posts, as well as overall steady coverage about coffee and, more specifically, caffeine in the media, the public’s thirst for knowledge about this compound still isn’t satiated. Is caffeine good for the skin or not? If you’re…

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Senior Woman

How to Care for Senior Skin Properly

Before we dive into today's topic, we want to state clearly that the Nutritional Aesthetics® Alliance is anti the term "anti-aging." We strive to be a proactive part of the paradigm shift that is happening (albeit slowly) that sees and acknowledges…

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