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It is true that certain foods and fats can cause problems for the skin, like breakouts or premature aging. However, some foods and ingredients can help to improve our skin! Factors like gaining proper nutrition and staying hydrated can help the skin, but that leads to more questions: what exactly should we eat for healthy skin? Also, what are the best vitamins for skin health, and do collagen supplements really work to improve the skin?The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. This week, host Dr. Sethi continues her two-part series on the relationship between nutrition and our skin. While she discussed foods to avoid on last week's show, this episode is all about foods and nutritional components that enhance skin health and appearance. She covers how vitamin C foods and omega-3 fatty acids influence skin health and shares her thoughts on hydrolyzed collagen powders. So tune in to this episode so you can enjoy more foods that are good for your skin!Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/RenewMD Vitamin C Botanical Restore Serum:https://renewmdwellness.com/product/botanical-restore-serum/The Roles of Vitamin C in Skin Health - National Library of Medicine:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5579659/International Journal of Dermatology meta-analysis:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33742704/
Nutrition and the Skin

Nutrition and the Skin

2022-11-1617:10

When we think of skincare, we often consider the topical products we apply externally. However, our nutrition can also impact the skin. So how exactly does the food we eat influence our skin? It can be hard to determine what foods to avoid to keep our skin healthy, leaving us with many questions. For example, does chocolate cause acne, and what about dairy or fatty foods? Additionally, you may be curious about how nutrition affects skin aging and how to choose the best foods for skin health.The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. This week, host Dr. Sethi discusses the relationship between nutrition and our skin. She addresses common questions regarding how nutrition affects skin acne production and premature aging. Additionally, this episode provides information on why some foods can have adverse effects on the skin from a scientific perspective. So tune in to learn how to keep your skin healthy from the inside out!Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/The International Journal of Dermatology review:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34423427/
There are a lot of myths surrounding Botox. But today, more and more people are turning to Botox to treat their skin and maintain a more youthful appearance. When administered in the right places by an experienced injector, Botox can be an effective part of a wrinkle-prevention strategy. So what information is true, what is false, and what should people know if they are considering trying Botox?The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. This week, host Dr. Sethi busts popular Botox myths, discusses the history behind Botox, and explains how Botulinum toxins like Botox work to give patients a youthful appearance. She also shares the differences between Botox, Xeomin, and Dysport and provides advice for incorporating these neurotoxins into an anti-aging regime.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
Skin Cycling

Skin Cycling

2022-11-0214:45

With the popularization of TikTok, more people have the opportunity to speak about the skincare methods that work for them. This can be helpful for people looking to gain an honest review of a product or treatment, or so they hope. But on a platform flooded by so many different users and opinions, how can viewers be sure which of these skincare TikTok trends would work for them and which ones are merely a fad?The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. This week host Dr. Sethi shares information on the popular TikTok skincare trend - skin cycling. Skin cycling is the practice of changing your nightly routine to incorporate harsher products like retinol and exfoliants more safely into your skin care regimen. This episode teaches listeners the best practices for skin cycling to support the skin’s natural renewal cycle.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
Many different skin treatments claim to rejuvenate and benefit the skin. However, skin impacted by melasma can react differently to some skincare methods and ingredients, so not all tactics will benefit users with melasma. But if your melasma has become stubborn and resistant to changes in your skincare routine, what treatments can you use to target affected areas?The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. This week host Dr. Sethi concludes her October series on melasma by discussing laser skin treatments and how they affect skin impacted by this condition. She explains how various therapies affect skin with melasma, including chemical peels, microdermabrasion, facials, and lasers. Dr. Sethi shares her thoughts on the Picosure lasers for skin with melasma, and she explains how specific treatments can break up the pigment and stimulate collagen growth without aggravating skin cells. Additionally, this episode contains a surprise in act four, so tune in and enjoy!Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
Melasma reacts differently to skincare products, treatments, and ingredients than normal skin. Because of this, it can be challenging to decipher between a skincare method that will help your skin and one that will harm it. Still, melasma can have impacts on the skin, such as hyperpigmentation, skin sensitivity, and more, that affect the confidence of those with it. So what safe practices can people with melasma incorporate into their skincare to improve the look and feel of their skin?The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. This week's host Dr. Sethi continues with her October series on melasma by sharing information about safe melasma skin care practices. She shares her insight on safe ingredients like vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, and even retinol for treating the impacts of melasma. She also discusses the importance of moisturizer and blue light protection for the skin and building a strong skin barrier. Listeners will even hear about how chemical peels and microdermabrasions affect hyperpigmentation and some safe and effective way to lighten dark melasma patches.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
Melasma can cause visible effects on the skin's surface, resulting in hyperpigmentation, usually occurring as dark spots on the face. But melasma can also have other side effects, such as skin aging, inflammation, and vascular changes. So what exactly causes these melasma symptoms? To truly understand melasma's impact on the skin, we need to understand what happens below the skin's surface when people develop melasma.The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. This week's host Dr. Sethi continues with her October series featuring topics related to the skin condition melasma. In this episode, she explains the science behind melasma and how it affects the skin. She also describes how people of color should safely cleanse, exfoliate, and moisturize their skin to treat dermal melasma pigmentation. With proper knowledge, skin rejuvenation techniques, and anti-aging practices, people with melasma can effectively manage their skin condition.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
Maintaining science-backed knowledge about our bodies can enable us to treat different conditions and concerns when they occur. But unfortunately, melasma is a skin condition that is still under-researched and often misunderstood. So what must people of color know to prevent and treat this common condition in melanated skin?The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. This week host Dr. Sethi begins her October series about melasma by providing information about the condition and its occurrence in melanated skin. She covers important topics like common melasma triggers, what causes melasma, and how certain lifestyle choices can affect melasma’s development. So tune in to learn all about the science behind melasma and its occurrence in skin of color.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
Just because products and treatments are marketed towards women of color does not make them automatically safe for skin of color. Unfortunately, choosing the wrong treatment for melanated skin can have damaging consequences, as more melanated skin is prone to hyperpigmentation or uneven increased pigmentation. So what are some aesthetic skin treatments that are safe and beneficial for melanated skin?The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. This week our host Dr. Sethi concludes her September series on the beauty industry and how it approaches skincare for people of color. In this episode, she explains the science behind melanated skincare and why it is important to choose the right products, regimens, and procedures for non caucasian skin types. Unfortunately, the lack of research on skin of color has resulted in less outreach from the aesthetic treatments industry toward people of color. However, Dr. Sethi provides information on several safe medical-grade treatments for melanated skin.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
As discussed in prior episodes, the skincare industry has not appropriately addressed the skin concerns of all races and often excludes people of color from skin care studies. Unfortunately, the industry’s inherent racism has caused various consequences for people of color regarding their skincare products and the knowledge of how skin conditions affect these individuals differently.The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. On this episode, host Dr. Sethi continues her discussion on the skincare industry and how it approaches skin products and care methods for people of color. While many products and techniques exist to treat skin conditions in individuals with lighter skin tones, people of color receive fewer resources for appropriately treating their skin concerns. This episode covers the common skin issues faced by people of color, including dyschromia, atopic dermatitis, and adult acne. Furthermore, Dr. Sethi explains how to treat these conditions in ways that are safe for melanated skin.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
The beauty industry is a vast market, generating billions of dollars yearly from customers worldwide. The skincare industry is a large part of this, so why is it so difficult for people of color to find skincare products formulated for their skin needs? Unfortunately, the strong presence of racism, colorism, and euro-centric beauty standards in the beauty industry has led to the skin care industry’s active exclusion of people of color.The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. On this episode, host Dr. Sethi discusses the skincare industry: what’s wrong with it, why, and how it can be improved. While there is much demand for skin care products aimed toward people of color, not many exist on the market today. We will discuss why this is, covering topics including the lack of research on darker skin tones, the lack of diversity within the skincare industry itself, and the lack of consideration for melanated skin when developing skincare products. Tune in to this episode to learn more about the skin care industry’s problems with inclusivity and how they can improve this by formulating effective and safe products for people of color.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
Defining a “person of color” can be challenging. Everyone has different experiences regarding their race and ethnicity, and all experiences are valid. Unfortunately, there is a harmful history behind assigning attributes to one particular group, though we commonly think of “people of color” as those with more pigmented skin tones. Still, there is such a great variation in pigmentation among people from every ethnicity and race, which further adds to the confusion behind this term. So, how do we define a “person of color”?The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. On this episode, host Dr. Sethi discusses the term “people of color” and how it relates to the science behind our skin, genes, and environments. People of color generally possess a greater presence of melanin, which is vital in protecting the skin. Dr. Sethi explains the role of melanin in our skin, how the Fitzpatrick Scale is used in clinical dermatology, and how the skincare industry has historically promoted unhealthy practices that work against melanin production. Finally, she educates listeners on how people of color can navigate skin cycling to work with their melanin, not against it.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
Pregnancy Skin

Pregnancy Skin

2022-08-3113:24

Pregnancy can bring many significant changes to our lifestyles and, of course, our bodies. However, becoming a parent can also cause changes to the skin and produce effects that aren't as commonly discussed. Still, these changes can be significant, and it is essential to understand how skin may change due to the hormonal shifts and impactful experiences that can occur during pregnancy.The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. On this episode, host Dr. Sethi talks about how the skin changes during pregnancy and what child-bearing people can do to address pre and post-natal skin concerns. She explains the skin conditions a person may experience from hormonal fluctuations and other pregnancy effects. Finally, Dr. Sethi explains how pregnancy can impact the skin and how to safely treat the skin effects brought on by this momentous life event.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMD Beauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
When discussing skincare, people are often divided over the topic of coconut oil. While some people consider coconut oil to be a beneficial component in skin care, others find that the oil has no place in being incorporated into skincare practices. Furthermore, many people treat the oil like a skincare miracle, with myths circulating about the benefits of coconut oil - that are often too good to be true. With so many varying opinions and ideals, it can be challenging to determine whether using coconut oil for skin and hair care would be helpful or harmful.The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. On this episode, host Dr. Sethi discusses using coconut oil to care for hair and skincare. She discusses the science behind coconut oil and how this contributes to the oil's effect on the skin and hair. Furthermore, Dr. Sethi busts popular myths regarding coconut oil and explains the right way you should incorporate it as a powerful ingredient in your skincare routine.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
Types of Exfoliants

Types of Exfoliants

2022-08-1720:27

Everyone has a natural exfoliation process to remove dead cells from the skin as a part of our skin’s renewal cycle. However, people exfoliate at different rates, and sometimes various factors can hinder our natural skin renewal and cause undesirable effects like blemishes and uneven skin texture. Fortunately, we can aid our skin’s exfoliation process by providing extra exfoliants to smoothen skin and help it glow.The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. On this episode, host Dr. Sethi teaches listeners all about the various kinds of skin exfoliants and healthy exfoliation practices. Different skincare exfoliating treatments can have different effects on the skin, and the type of exfoliant you use and the frequency at which you use it are all important to ensure the safety and health of your skin. In addition, Dr. Sethi discusses the difference between physical and chemical exfoliation, the benefits of exfoliating, and additional information on everything they need to know to incorporate exfoliation into their skin care.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
What is a Medical Spa?

What is a Medical Spa?

2022-08-1012:49

Medical spas can provide many great resources to people looking for aesthetic treatments and services that can help them to address their skin conditions. But for someone who has never visited a medical spa, it may be tough to identify the difference between these businesses and other places that provide skin treatments. Medical spas aren't quite doctors' or dermatologists' offices, yet they aren't spas, either. So what exactly are they, how do they help patients, and what is the experience like when visiting one?The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. On this episode, host Dr. Sethi discusses medical spas -  what they are, what sort of services they offer, and what someone can expect from the medi spa experience. In addition, she shares her insight gained from her profession as a medical spa owner to inform listeners about the type of training that medical spa professionals require and what kinds of aesthetic medical treatments they can provide to visitors.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
You may have heard of medical-grade skincare and its reputation of being more high-quality than drugstore skincare products. But when you see the high prices for medical-grade products and hear about the extensive testing that goes into creating them, you may wonder what all the fuss is about and whether they are really a better alternative. So, what products fall under the category of medical grade skincare anyway, how do they differ from drugstore brands, and what is the FDA’s involvement in the skincare production process?The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. On this episode, host Dr. Sethi talks about the ins and outs of medical-grade skincare and the role of the FDA concerning these products. As a professional in internal medicine, Dr. Sethi provides science-backed explanations regarding the different standards surrounding these products, how the FDA approval process keeps us safe, and why she believes medical-grade skincare is worth the hype.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
On important days and special occasions, we want to look our best. However, it can be challenging to target stubborn body mass with exercise in order to look ideal in time for our big events. Fortunately, body sculpting can be used to contour and reshape areas of the body. Traditional body sculpting methods are performed to reshape an area of the body under anesthesia, using operational plastic surgery. But, with non-surgical body sculpting, there are ways to get similar effects without going under the knife.The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. On this episode, host Dr. Sethi introduces listeners to the world of noninvasive body sculpting. Body sculpting is a treatment that involves surgery, downtime, and the risk of scarring. Noninvasive body sculpting is a different, safer, and less-expensive method for achieving similar results without surgery. Listen to this episode to hear Dr. Sethi explain these noninvasive sculpting methods, how they work, and who they are best suited for so you can decide whether to use them in preparation for your next event.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
Many people dream of their wedding day from a young age but rarely do those fantasies include walking down the aisle with skin irritation, hyperpigmentation, acne, and other skin concerns. But unfortunately, that can be the reality of the situation, which can put a damper on the big day and the memories attached to it. That is unless people put the time and effort necessary into preparing their skin ahead of time to look its best when they say “I do.”The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. On this episode, host Dr. Sethi shares her secrets about preparing one’s skin for weddings and other significant occasions. In the six months leading up to the day of the event, people can experiment with skin treatments and products, address their skin insults, and even treat their aesthetic skin concerns. Dr. Sethi discusses the safest and most effective ways for people to transform their skin all the way up to their big day so they can feel beautiful and confident when they tie the knot.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
Sunscreen protects us from the sun, but it may surprise you to hear just how important it is for our skin's health. Regardless of its tone or type, all skin is subject to sun damage if left unprotected, especially during summer. Furthermore, the lack of common knowledge surrounding sun protection means that many people are unaware of the different types of sunscreens, how they work, and which type can appropriately protect their skin from sun exposure.The Skin Report is a podcast created to educate listeners on methods to improve skin health for people of all ethnicities and ages. On this episode, host Dr. Sethi discusses all things sunscreen and sun protection. She breaks down common SPF misconceptions, explains the differences between chemical and mineral sunscreens, and shares essential information for determining the best sunscreen for your skin. Sunscreen protects against UV radiation's aging and cancer-causing effects, making it a vital part of skin health. So listen to this episode to learn more about sun protection and how you can stay safe from the sun all year long.Follow and DM a question for Dr. Sethi to answer on The Skin Report Podcast: RenewMDBeauty Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/renewmd_beauty/RenewMD Beauty Medical Spas, California:https://renewmdwellness.com/
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