Can you name our largest organ? Of course, it’s our skin. Not all organs are internal, like our heart and lungs. As adults, we carry approximately 8 pounds and 22 square feet of skin with us every moment of life.
Our skin is so versatile. It protects our inner parts against extreme temperature, damaging sunlight, and harmful chemicals. Yet it also allows us to move freely. Our skin also contains nerves that give us valuable information about our environment.
When our skin is healthy, we look younger and we feel better.
With so many incredible benefits, it makes all the sense in the world to take care of our skin.
One of the most important things you can do is have your skin checked by a doctor. Staying Ahead of various skin cancers before they become problematic is essential. If you haven’t had your skin checked in a couple of years, get it done soon!
But what can we do at home to take better care of our skin, especially our face and neck, which is the most visible and exposed part of our skin?
That’s where my friend Christine Cohlmia comes in. Christine is a licensed esthetician. She founded her own skin care company, skinRx in 1999. With several years of experience practicing skin care in a clinical setting, her passion is in helping others achieve skin care results through prescribing customized service and product regimens. Christine specializes in teen/adult acne, anti-aging, sun damage, discoloration/melasma, vascular irregularities, and overall improvement of tone and texture of the skin.
Christine also is one of the outstanding professionals on my StayAhead Wellness Team! She will be providing us with valuable insights about skin care in my upcoming 16 DAYS OF FIT PROGRAM, which launches January 1st.
In the 16 DAYS program, Christine will tell us about the 4 Pillars of Skin Care. While you’ll need a StayAhead membership to access this information, I’m going to give you a sneak peak…right now.
The first pillar of skin care is
1. Cleanse and Tone
During 16 DAYS OF FIT, you’ll learn why cleansing and toning is the first step in skin care, how often you should do it, and much more.
Click here for a sneak peak of my interview with Christine.
Thank you, Christine, for providing us with such great information.