Hi lovely you! 

Right now, I am honored to speak with incredible women interested in the Happy Skin Coach program. I love hearing about your dreams and visions that you want to achieve. Thank you for sharing them with me!

I love seeing you grow, develop, and shape your life while working with your passion for beauty and health. If you’d like to learn more about the Happy Skin Coach program and what it can do for you, you can read more here!

I get many questions about acne, which is an issue that more people are experiencing, not just teenagers but adults too. A common mistake is that people overwork their skin and use too drying products or simply too many skincare products. Moreover, it’s often forgotten that the skin is more than its outer layer. You need to strengthen the entire body.

Acne isn’t just a surface-level concern; it’s often a sign of underlying imbalances in the body. Approaching acne holistically can help address these root causes and promote healthier skin. Here are three holistic tips to help clear acne:

1. Focus on Gut Health
There’s a strong connection between gut health and skin clarity. A balanced diet rich in fiber and antioxidants and low in processed foods can help reduce inflammation and promote a healthy gut microbiome. Consider incorporating probiotic-rich foods like kefir and fermented vegetables, as well as prebiotic foods like garlic and onions to nourish beneficial gut bacteria. Chew your food at least 30 times per bite to improve digestion.

2. Manage Stress Levels
Stress can exacerbate acne by increasing the production of hormones such as cortisol, which can lead to breakouts. Incorporate stress-reduction practices like yoga, meditation, or deep-breathing exercises into your daily routine to help manage stress and balance your hormones. Dedicate at least 10 minutes each morning to meditation.

3. Natural Skincare Remedies
It is essential to use organic and non-synthetic skincare products. Chemicals can stress the skin and negatively affect the body’s organs. A common mistake when dealing with acne is drying out the skin, which then tries to rebalance itself, leading to increased oiliness and potentially more acne. Wash your face in the morning and evening with cleansing milk or MCT oil (fat dissolves fat), avoid foaming cleansers, and continue with a moisturizing natural cream or balancing oil. Do not touch your face with your fingers during the day. Avoid overworking the skin and using too many skincare products, often worsening the condition.

Treating acne holistically addresses the symptoms and contributes to your overall health and well-being, promoting clear and vibrant skin from the inside out.

Love, Johanna