5 Ways To Better Looking Skin

The way to healthy, glowing, and clear skin might be overwhelming and frustrating at some time, but don’t give up! It is absolutely possible to reduce acne! You are not alone; you got this; we will get you clear, the right way and forever!




Here are five ways I would recommend someone with acne who is not currently taking Accutane or antibiotics. 



Number one


Learn how to love your liver

The liver plays a significant role in our health system. The liver is also responsible for producing hormones & for detoxifying our system. If your liver is overworked, the skin steps in and does all the work. The result can be acne. 


How is the liver connected to our skin? 


The liver is part of the digestive system and plays a significant role in the development of acne. 

On top of its 500 other functions like cleansing your blood and producing cholesterol, the liver is also a primary organ for detoxification.

Everything you apply to your skin, breathe in, drink or eat is filtered through the liver – always – nonstop!


Did you know it only takes 26 seconds for our skin to absorb chemicals?! 


This detoxification process was easy for the liver back then when we didn’t have chemicals like we have today.

But now, our bodies are constantly overburdened with toxins from our environment, medications like Accutane ( My personal liver killer – I did three turns of Accutane when I was young. ), and the birth control pill, overly-processed food, and personal care products

This clogs up and overwhelms our detoxification organs (like the liver), causing them not to do their jobs efficiently. If you have an overload of chemicals and hormones stuck in your liver, skin issues like acne can start to pop up.


Number two


Learn how to love your gut

The gut-skin axis is an important part to look at when healing acne. The gut microbiome influences our hormones, mood, sebum production, stress response & so much more. 

Take Pre,- & Probiotics. 

Trust your gut!

How do I know if my gut is healthy or not?

Watch your poop! Your poop tells you’re more about your health than you think. 

Here is what the perfect poop looks like: 

One big smooth snake without any balls or liquid pieces in between.

If you have constipation or irregular poops, chances are your gut microbiome needs support.

How can you support your gut health and your gut microbiome?

The best way is to get a stool testing done. There is plenty of at-home testing kit which you can use. Most of them cost around 100 dollars. 

After this, you will get the right supplements for your microbiome.


Number three


Balance your hormones

This topic is huge, so I created a freebie for it. Please click here to learn more about hormones and here to download all the checklists and information you need to clear up your skin.


Number four


Drink your medicine 

Green tea can help to reduce sebum production by reducing androgens. Herbal teas are robust and easy to integrate into your daily life. Drink 2 cups of green tea a day. 


Number five


Eat your medicine 

Eat anti-inflammatory foods to reduce inflammation in your skin and your gut. 

Your skin will regenerate faster, and you will notice fewer breakouts. 

Eat foods that don’t Cause Sugar Imbalances Sugar fluctuations from eating processed/junk food can create sugar spikes which creates stress on the body. Try to eat low GI (Glycemic Index) foods that are organic. This means fewer potatoes, white flour products, and rice and more sweet potatoes, greens, and grains like quinoa.




Here is how you can calculate the GI. Let’s say your meal ( – fiber ) has 24 grams of carbohydrates, all you have to do is multiply it by 0.23, and the result is your GI. A GI from 55 or less is perfect for you if you want to heal your acne naturally.



Eat Tons of Essential Fatty Acids Essential fatty acids reduce inflammation, balance hormones, and reduce androgens. If you have acne, chances are you’re deficient in EFAs!


Here’s where to get healthy fats:


• Evening primrose oil

• Flax oil

• Borage oil

• High-quality fish and fish oils

• Extra virgin olive oil

• coconut oil

• Sacha inchi oil

• Nuts and seeds

• Avocados

• Sea Buckthorn

• Algae


It would help if you avoided fats like canola oil, sunflower seed oil, and vegetable oil as they are too high in omega-six and cause inflammation in the body.


Helpful supplements I recommend! 


The best way to add supplements to your diet is to do a blood test. Many people need help reading the results. I have a few options on how you can do a blood test at home, and cheaper than in a doctor’s office. I highly recommend talking to an acne nutritionist like me or a holistic nutritionist as we know best which supplements to add and which ones are making acne worse.


Helpful supplements I recommend: 


GTF Chromium

Vitamin A

Vitamin C



Vitamin B Complex


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