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Spring Skin Care


Toxins can accumulate in your body in other seasons but in the spring, these toxins want to come out. The warmth of spring starts to melt these accumulated toxins, which then clog the channels of your body and create a variety of symptoms. You may feel dull, heavy and congested, or your skin may lose its glow and can be itchy and sensitive.

To keep your skin healthy, you should increase the consumption of foods that support the detoxification process. Eat lots of leafy green vegetables, Brussels sprouts and white deacon radish. Also increase whole grains like wheat, barley and quinoa and alternate them in your diet. These vegetables and grains contain plenty of water-soluble fibers that aid detoxification. Make sure you drink lots of pure water. Sip warm water during the day, Avoid heavy, cold and oily foods and by reducing the sweet, sour and salty tastes.

The release of toxins cannot happen without proper elimination. If you are prone to constipation, add cooked prunes and figs to your diet, and eat lots of sweet, juicy fruits. Deep breathing and regular exercise are both important to having healthy skin. A brisk walk can increase your metabolism, enhance the detoxification process and improve circulation to the skin. The fresh air and a little sunshine will also refresh your complexion and uplift your mood.

As you are purifying your body, you should put more emphasis on cleansing and exfoliating your skin as well. Try having a facial or a microdermabrasion to help exfoliate.

Call Aesthetic Skin Center to help you welcome Spring with a New and Rejuvenated skin.

A professional Courtesy of:
Jocylane M. Dinsay, RN, MN, FNP-C., is a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She has a Masters in Nursing Education. She completed her Nurse Practitioner training at University of California, Los Angeles.

As a Nurse Practitioner, she is trained in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine as well as Medical Aesthetics. Being a Nurse Practitioner, she is allowed to assess, diagnose, and treat patients.

As a Certified Medical Aesthetic Specialist, she prides herself in taking time to listen to patient's desires. Listening to the patient allows her to provide information regarding options available to meet the patient needs. In her practice, she puts emphasis on safety and the maintenance of natural beauty and appearance.
Jocylane M. Dinsay is of Filipino descent. She speaks fluent Tagalog. She also speaks and understands spanish well.