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If you’re one of those people who can’t imagine a day without makeup? I can definitely relate. For many people wearing make up calms them down and the simple act of putting on a bold lipstick may be the first step in doing something that relieves their anxiety. However, make up can sometimes be harmful to your skin’s health and can lead to acne, ageing, oiliness and dryness. Today, I am talking to Dr Heather Woolery-Lloyd, an internationally recognised expert in skin care and the creator of the Specific Beauty skincare line, about the confidence conflict surrounding makeup, some of the unfriendly components in everyday makeup and how this can ultimately lead to skin problems.So whilst make up might be able to soothe an anxious mind, it’s important to love and take care of your skin. And as the world of make up is ever expanding it’s now more important than ever to consider the emotional and psychological impacts of what we are putting on our faces each day.Find more information on Dr Woolery-Lloyd:Website: https://www.drwoolerylloyd.com/Instagram: @drheathermdDiscover your own skin wellness ritual at ernolaszlo.com. Type in code MINDYOURSKIN when checking out and you'll receive a complimentary welcome gift with your purchase!---Hosted by Poppy JamieProduced by Georgie RutherfordEdited by George Drake See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We're back with Season 2! Have you ever wondered how exercise affects your skin? In today’s episode, I will be speaking to Dr Marisa Garshick, a leading dermatologist in New York City, about why breaking a sweat can positively impact your overall health and well-being in many ways. Your skin is affected by so many of your lifestyle habits and choices, including your workouts. And while we know exercising on a regular basis helps your body remain fit and healthy, an added bonus is that it can leave you with that post-workout glow and keep ageing at bay. Trust me, this conversation will have you grabbing your trainers and running out the door before you know it.For more information on Dr Marisa Garshick:Make an appointment: https://www.mdcsnyc.com/provider/marisa-k-garshick-mdInstagram: @drmarisagarshickDiscover your own skin wellness ritual at ernolaszlo.com. Type in code MINDYOURSKIN when checking out and you'll receive a complimentary welcome gift with your purchase!---Hosted by Poppy JamieProduced by Georgie RutherfordEdited by George Drake See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today’s special bonus episode, I am thrilled to be speaking to Nadine Artemis, creator of Living Libations Skincare and the author of Renegade Beauty: Reveal and Revive Your Natural Radiance, which was named one of “The Top 10 Books on Skin Care” by The Strategist of New York Magazine. In this episode, Nadine advocates for a healthy and happy relationship with the sun and teaches people to be more aware of what chemicals are in their sunscreen, rather than the sun itself. As she explains in this episode, it really is all about finding the perfect balance. For decades we have been shying away from the sun, given its ties to skin cancer and premature aging. But a growing body of scientific research suggests that completely shunning sunlight isn’t such a good idea. Not only does sun elevate mood, improve sleep and promote bone growth, it can also help strengthen the immune system. But before you toss away your sunscreen and hit the rays, it’s important we learn to find the right balance between the healing and beneficial components of the sun and shielding ourselves from too much exposure. Find more information on Nadine:Website: https://livinglibations.com/pages/nadineInstagram: @nadineartemisofficialBook: https://int.livinglibations.com/products/renegade-beautyDiscover your own skin wellness ritual at ernolaszlo.com. Type in code MINDYOURSKIN when checking out and you'll receive a complimentary welcome gift with your purchase!---Hosted by Poppy JamieProduced by Georgie RutherfordEdited by George Drake See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today’s episode of the Mind Your Skin podcast, I am joined by Dr Sam Bunting who will share the facts behind the sun’s impact on the skin. The skin and sun debate is a big one and while we all know the sun’s rays can be harmful to our skin, many studies have shown that not having enough sun exposure can cause the levels of our happiness hormone to dip and can even result in a bad night’s sleep. Dr Sam Bunting is one of London’s leading skin specialists who has over 20 years in clinical dermatology experience. Following her role as the Global Brand Ambassador for Dolce & Gabbana Skincare in 2015, she launched a YouTube channel which has over 15 million views. She is now the founder of her own skincare line, Dr Sam’s Skincare. Today Dr Sam is going to teach us all about why suncream is a crucial part of your skincare routine and how to strike the balance when it comes to the sun and taking advantage of it’s mood lifting benefits.For more information on Dr Sam Bunting:Website: https://drsambunting.com/Instagram: @drsambuntingYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfGWsprhe5sZSay7LT2RxWw Discover your own skin wellness ritual at ernolaszlo.com. Type in code MINDYOURSKIN when checking out and you'll receive a complimentary welcome gift with your purchase!---Hosted by Poppy JamieProduced by Georgie RutherfordEdited by George Drake See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today’s episode of the Mind Your Skin podcast, I am speaking with the wonderful Dija Ayodele. Dija is a newly published author of the book, Black Skin: The Definitive Skincare Guide, owner of skincare clinic West Room Aesthetics in London and founder of the multi award-winning educational platform Black Skin Directory (BSD). Dija’s book investigates identity, traces the deeper and historical relationship between the beauty industry and Blackness and how we can create a fairer and more equitable beauty industry. In this episode, we dive into her book, Black Skin and talk about how black women have had to consistently do extra legwork and face extra anxiety around skin care and accessing treatments. We also discuss Dija’s mission to empower through skin care and to revolutionise how women of colour access the beauty and skincare world so that they can feel seen and valued. Dija is a pioneer, entrepreneur, a skin expert and a true inspiration. It’s an honour to have her lead us through this conversation! Find more information on Dija Ayodele:Website: https://www.dijaayodele.com/Book: https://www.dijaayodele.com/black-skin-the-bookInstagram: @dija_ayodeleDiscover your own skin wellness ritual at ernolaszlo.com. Type in code MINDYOURSKIN when checking out and you'll receive a complimentary welcome gift with your purchase!--Hosted by Poppy JamieProduced by Georgie RutherfordEdited by George Campen See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today’s episode of the Mind Your Skin podcast, I am joined by Dr Alia Ahmed. Dr Alia is a Consultant Dermatologist who sees and treats adults and children for all skin conditions. Dr Ahmed specialises in the psychological effects of skin disease and the link between skin and stress. She now works in the NHS in Windsor at King Edward VIII Hospital and in London at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel. We dedicate this episode to discussing the link between mental health and acne. Anyone who’s ever had a skin issue knows that it’s more than skin deep - serious skin conditions and acne alike can have both mental and emotional effects. Acne can trigger symptoms of depression and anxiety and lead to poor emotional health. Dr Alia is working hard to try and destigmatize a condition that a vast majority of us suffer from at some stage in our life by improving our understanding of acne and the ways in which we can manage it.Find more information on Dr Alia Ahmed: Website: https://thepsychodermatologist.com/Instagram: @the_psychodermatologistDiscover your own skin wellness ritual at ernolaszlo.com. Type in code MINDYOURSKIN when checking out and you'll receive a complimentary welcome gift with your purchase!--Hosted by Poppy JamieProduced by Georgie RutherfordEdited by George Campen See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this week’s episode of the Mind Your Skin podcast I am joined by Dr Julie Greenberg. Dr Julie Greenberg is a licensed naturopathic doctor who specialises in integrative dermatology. She is the founder of the Center for Integrative Dermatology, a holistic clinic that approaches skin problems by finding and treating the root cause. Dr. Greenberg holds degrees from Northwestern University, Stanford University, and is the Program Chair for the Naturopathic & Integrative Dermatology Series on LearnSkin.com, a program for doctors that discusses evidence-based alternative approaches to treating dermatological conditions. In today’s episode, Dr. Julie Greenberg explains why healing acne starts within. We will discuss how gut health and internal imbalance drive acne and why repairing the gut and developing a healthier diet and lifestyle are key to clearing the skin, for good. So if you’ve suffered with skin problems for months, years or even decades, it might just be your body’s way of telling you there’s a problem inside. This episode is seriously fascinating and just proves why treating the whole person rather than the condition is so much more effective.Find more information on Dr Julie Greenberg:Website: https://rootcausedermatology.com/Instagram: @julieg200Discover your own skin wellness ritual at ernolaszlo.com. Type in code MINDYOURSKIN when checking out and you'll receive a complimentary welcome gift with your purchase!--Hosted by Poppy JamieProduced by Georgie RutherfordEdited by George Campen See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this week’s episode of the Mind Your Skin podcast I am joined by Keira Barr to discuss the relationship between skin and sex. Keira is a dual board certified dermatologist and menopause specialist. Dr Keira is a prominent leader in women’s medicine, creating a bridge between hormones, skin and mind body medicine to optimize women’s mid life experience. Not only is Dr Keira a skin expert, she is an international world leading speaker, bestselling author, clinical educator and is considered a leading authority in women’s health. In today’s episode we are going to be discussing Dr Keira’s work with the focus on how sex affects our skin. Most people probably think of their sex life and skin regimen as two completely separate self care practices but it turns out the two can go hand in hand. We discuss what the connection is between sex and skin, how physical touch lowers cortisol levels and boosts serotonin and why it increases blood flow to the skin leaving you with that post-sex glow.Find more information on Keira Barr:Website: https://drkeirabarr.com/Instagram: @drkeirabarrRead Keira's book, The Skin Whisperer: https://www.amazon.com/Keira-Barr/e/B0789G3RY2%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_shareDiscover your own skin wellness ritual at ernolaszlo.com. Type in code MINDYOURSKIN when checking out and you'll receive a complimentary welcome gift with your purchase!Produced by Georgie RutherfordEdited by George Drake See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I am delighted to be joined today by Australia’s leading sleep expert and bestselling author, Olivia Arezzolo. After dedicating nine years to studying nearly everything there is to know about sleep, there is nothing Olivia can’t tell us about the benefits of sleep on the skin and mind.Given the past couple of years, the number of people who have experienced insomnia throughout the pandemic has risen. If you’re one of those people, it’s likely that you’ve started to notice your skin isn’t doing too well either. Despite common misconceptions, beauty sleep is very real. So while many of us might think we’re doing all the right things such as putting on our night cream and wearing SPF50, the real question is whether we are taking advantage of our innate anti-ageing mechanism? In this episode, Olivia will reveal why the sleep growth hormone is so important to looking good, the sleep routine she swears by and her top tips to help you feel and look your best every day. Find Olivia: Website: https://oliviaarezzolo.com.au/Instagram: @oliviaarezzoloBook: https://oliviaarezzolo.com.au/bookDiscover your own skin wellness ritual at ernolaszlo.com. Type in code MINDYOURSKIN when checking out and you'll receive a complimentary welcome gift with your purchase!Produced by Georgie Rutherford Edited by George Drake See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I am so excited to be joined by Dr Amy Wechsler to discuss the very important connection between our mind and our skin. Dr Amy is one of a small handful of physicians in the country board-certified in both dermatology and psychiatry. She is well known for her unique approach-administering traditional practices only after thoroughly understanding her patients’ emotional state of mind and the impact it is having on the outer surface. Dr Wechsler is the author of The Mind-Beauty Connection and is frequently called upon by the media to demystify the link between how you live and how you look.Given this time of extreme prolonged stress, I thought it was time to check in with Dr Wechsler on why her unique field feels so crucial now. Dr Amy discusses why stress can have a major impact on the condition of our skin and can do even more damage than the passage of time. We learn about why our skin is a mirror of our emotions which helps to explain why many of us may have felt like we’ve aged a decade over the past two years. While stress is something most of us can’t avoid, Dr Amy provides useful tips on how we can find calm inside and out. Find more information on Dr Amy Wechsler: Website: https://www.dramywechsler.com/Instagram: @dramywechslerBook: https://www.dramywechsler.com/mind-beauty-connection-book/ Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/am-i-embarrassing-you/id1527513333Discover your own skin wellness ritual at ernolaszlo.com. Type in code MINDYOURSKIN when checking out and you'll receive a complimentary welcome gift with your purchase! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I wanted to kick this series off with a very special episode about the skincare brand who have been advocating the science of skin and mind as one since 1927, Erno Laszlo. I will be digging deep into Erno Laszlo’s history, hearing stories about the man himself, his unique personalized formulations and his philosophy from the people who know the brand inside and out. In today’s episode I am joined by the author of the Erno Laszlo white-paper, Carol Feinberg, Erno Laszlo’s Chief Brand Officer, Patricia Schuffenhauer, Brand Marketing Director, Marisa Lewis and their longest serving brand ambassador, Anne McFadden. We discuss why listening was a crucial aspect of Erno Laszlo’s treatment, why his personalized formulations were forward-thinking and why his mission was to restore physical appearance through building confidence. The connection between the skin and mind is a topic that is extremely relevant today, but this connection was made nearly 50 years ago by Dr Erno Laszlo who dedicated his life and career to helping people let their beauty within shine through their faces. It’s a message that could not be more relevant today. I can't wait for you all to hear more about this incredible man and the company he has built.Read the white paper on Erno Laszlo:https://ernolaszlo.com/blogs/news/i-can-see-it-in-your-faceFind out more about the podcast: https://ernolaszlo.com/blogs/skin-mind-podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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2022-04-0402:05

Welcome to the Mind Your Skin podcast, the show that will help us understand the link between how we feel and how we look by exploring the relationship between the skin and mind.  From an early age, many of us focus on improving our skin via the products we put on our face, but science is suggesting we treat the skin and mind as one, paying equal attention to what we feel in order to change how we look. Join Poppy Jamie - a mental wellness advocate, best-selling author, and happiness researcher as she dives further into the science and explores the latest thinking and ideas with leading experts to help us all become skin-tellectuals. We can't wait for you to join us for this special series!   The Mind Your Skin podcast is brought to you by Erno Laszlo. The science of skin and mind as one. Since 1927. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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