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Can we talk about how incredible our skin is? It’s the largest organ in our body—how we present ourselves to the world. 11 miles of blood vessels, providing a first line of defense, and a mirror into our health and well-being.

Our skin is really our biggest guidepost. It sends us important messages, reflecting our lifestyle, nutrition, and sometimes our thoughts. 

So, let’s shine a spotlight on our skin. Let’s go deep into skin health: what it means, what it looks like, and how to have it.

Nicole Berrie hosts Skinquiries, a new show brought to you by Ruby Studio from iHeartRadio. With help from people with real life stories, experts, and doctors, let's get to the heart of what makes us glow from the inside out.
8 Episodes
For decades, Bobbi Brown has used her light touch and expert eye to allow people’s natural beauty to shine. That’s why we are so excited that the beauty brand founder and makeup artist is joining us for an in-depth discussion about aging.   There’s no turning back time and no magic in a bottle, so how do we accept the inevitable changes to our skin as we age?  Listen in to Bobbi’s refreshing insight into caring for our skin and nourishing our bodies from the inside out. Also on hand is a board-certified dermatologist and founder of Skinclusive Dermatology, Dr. Adeline Kikam. See for privacy information.
Our skin is a reflection of what we put into our body. From breakouts to flare-ups, nutrition can be our skin's best friend or its worst enemy. But with so much conflicting advice online, it can be challenging to figure out what really works. So, let's cut through the noise and explore the connection between our gut and our skin.   In this episode of Skinquiries, our host Nicole Berrie opens up about her personal journey with nutrition, starting her online magazine, Bonberri, and how her approach to healing from the inside out transformed her complexion. Joining Nicole is Dermatologist and Nutritionist Dr. Thivi Maruthappu who teaches us “G.L.O.W.”, her four-step solution to healthy and radiant skin, and explains how gut health and skin health are more linked than we think.See for privacy information.
What’s a workout without a little sweat? It feels good to leave it all on the yoga mat and it's hard to deny that post-workout glow, but what about the post-workout acne or flare-up?  Let’s explore how to get in a good, solid sweat without sacrificing our skin.    In this episode of Skinquries, our experts Dr. Thivi Maruthappu and Dr. Mamina Turegano help us understand what sweat is and explore solutions to our post-workout woes. While our special guest, Brianne Hogan will take us through her own skincare journey that saw the hot yoga she so badly needed to heal, add to her distress through painful, embarrassing breakouts. And how she was able to reclaim her practice and her skin.See for privacy information.
In this episode of Skinquiries, we’re talking to men about men because we wanted to check in and see how they’re thinking about their skin these days. It’s a topic often overlooked in skincare conversations, so let’s explore the stigma surrounding skincare for men and how it contradicts the reality of acne, plaque psoriasis, and other skin issues.   Dermatologist, skincare line founder, and content maker, Dr. Muneeb Shah, sheds light on the evolving landscape of men's skincare, while father-daughter duo Elsa and Ismael Cavazos, talk about challenging stereotypes and breaking free from societal norms.See for privacy information.
What does stress look like on our skin? How do we treat the symptoms? What are the best ways to manage stress? This episode hits close to home. Host Nicole Berrie watched her husband Nick Moshkovich suffer through painful episodes brought on by itchy, flaking, and burning skin. It took a lot of trial and error until Nick finally found relief in the form of Dr. Mitchell Kline. Dr. Kline is a NYC dermatologist who immediately saw Nick’s pain and symptoms for what they were, plaque psoriasis.    Listen in as Nick and Nicole get personal while sharing how stress manifested physically on Nick’s skin. At the same time, Dr. Kline offers insights into treatment options, emphasizing the importance of addressing both physical and mental aspects of skin issues. See for privacy information.
You’ve heard of it, you’ve seen it, but have you tried it? We are talking about cold plunges! While our host, Nicole Berrie, prefers the soothing embrace of a steamy sauna to the invigorating rush of a cold plunge, she’s open to the idea of a cold dunk and all of its benefits to your skin. When it comes to cold plunges, those who love it, love it a lot, like Melissa Kegler, who shares her journey to becoming a cold water distance marathon swimmer, including the benefits and dangers that go with it. While dermatologist Dr. Geeta Yadav shares her expertise on what subjecting our skin to extreme temperatures really does and how to reap the benefits of cold plunging without damaging your skin.See for privacy information.
Lounging in the sun can make you feel and look great but without the proper care, you might be unintentionally hurting your skin. In our first episode of Skinquiries, Nicole Berrie explores our skin’s relationship with the sun. Nicole speaks to skin cancer survivor and patient advocate Jacqueline Smith about the dangers of assuming that any skin is immune from sun damage. And dermatologist and skin cancer doctor Mary Stevenson weighs in on the safest ways to enjoy the great outdoors while protecting ourselves. Take a listen to find out how much sunscreen you should really be using, ways to have fun but stay safe in the sun, and when to stop wondering what's going on with your skin and seek help. Get ready to rethink your approach to sun protection and skincare –it's time to shed light on the truth behind sun-kissed skin.See for privacy information.
Nicole Berrie hosts Skinquiries, a new show brought to you by Ruby Studio from iHeartRadio. With help from people with real life stories, experts, and doctors, let's get to the heart of what makes us glow from the inside out.See for privacy information.