Teenage Skin Nutrition WorkshopYew Chung International SchoolShanghai, China26 Nov 2010Olya EastmanDelicious! Food for you...
Our Vision      To empower women TEENS to look better, feel better      and enjoy naturally healthier skin.2010 © Lead a D...
Why is MY skin likethis now?• Combination of factors: diet, environment, health condition, stress level, individual heredi...
Skin Care Basics - Developing Daily Healthy Skin
Keeping Skin Clean• Cleanse – every day (morning and evening) to keep pores clean and  unclogged.  Cleanser: water soluble...
Keeping Skin Clean• Do not pick or squeeze spots – as this leads to spread of infection,  difficulty of treatment and some...
Healthy Skin Nutrition• Eat a variety of natural foods - with a majority being fruits, vegetables,  whole grains• Avoid fa...
Skin Care Products -What is What?• Cleanser - soap-free, enriched  with vitamin E, natural extracts -  mint, green tea, ci...
Seasonal Skin Care• Changing needs for the Changing Seasons• Winter Skin Care Tips     • Cleansing - avoid soaps, frequent...
Seasonal Skin Care Needs• Winter Skin Care Tips     • Cleansing - avoid soaps, frequent harsh scrubs, cleaners with alcoho...
Natural Solutions - DIY Tips• Delicious! ingredients suitable for teenage skin:     • General natural ingredients to help ...
Natural Ingredients• Broad range of natural ingredients to choose from     • Essential Oils     • Plant Oils     • Nuts & ...
Why Delicious!?• "Food for your Skin"     • Skin Nutrition     • Detox     • Wellness• All-Natural Skincare     • Natural ...
Q&A(don’t be shy!)
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  1. 1. Teenage Skin Nutrition WorkshopYew Chung International SchoolShanghai, China26 Nov 2010Olya EastmanDelicious! Food for your Skindelicious-skin.com
  2. 2. Our Vision To empower women TEENS to look better, feel better and enjoy naturally healthier skin.2010 © Lead a Delicious Lifestyle Inc. 2
  3. 3. Why is MY skin likethis now?• Combination of factors: diet, environment, health condition, stress level, individual hereditary factors• Hormonal activity in growing body – oil producing sebaceous glands work hard and produce excess oil Glands are mainly located on the face: nose, forehead, chin.• Oil combines with cells on the walls of sebaceous glands and clogs pores --> acne
  4. 4. Skin Care Basics - Developing Daily Healthy Skin
  5. 5. Keeping Skin Clean• Cleanse – every day (morning and evening) to keep pores clean and unclogged. Cleanser: water soluble or mud based to gently remove access oils and dirt• Exfoliate – twice a week, gentle exfoliants with glycol or lactic acid (they dissolve dead cells and have anti-bacterial and anti-inflammation properties)• Tone or Disinfect – daily, using solutions with minimum alcohol content Good natural ingredients for toner are witch hazel, tea tera, aloe vera, licorice, also some tonics containing powder to absorb access oils• Moisturize – daily, with light, non-greasy, easily absorbent moisturizer, preferably with natural ingredients (calendula, chamomile, ) and essential oils (lavender, rosemary)2010 © Lead a Delicious Lifestyle Inc. 5
  6. 6. Keeping Skin Clean• Do not pick or squeeze spots – as this leads to spread of infection, difficulty of treatment and sometimes permanent scarring• Keep your hands away from the face to avoid spreading bacteria.• Keep your clothing and bedding clean• Clean your face after exercising• Keep your hair clean and as much as possible away from the face. Be careful with excessive usage of hair care products, as some of them irritate skin and cause breakouts• TECHNIQUES • Herbal Steam - very effective for cleansing, toning and removing access oils (chamomile, mint, calendula, rosehip) • Clay masks with oil reducing herbs such a mint, camphor2010 © Lead a Delicious Lifestyle Inc. 6
  7. 7. Healthy Skin Nutrition• Eat a variety of natural foods - with a majority being fruits, vegetables, whole grains• Avoid fatty, greasy, sweetened and processed foods, cured foods and preservatives• Eat dairy products in moderation• Hydration from within • Not soda, juices, pepsi, coke, but plain water to flush out toxins and hydrate and clear skin.2010 © Lead a Delicious Lifestyle Inc. 7
  8. 8. Skin Care Products -What is What?• Cleanser - soap-free, enriched with vitamin E, natural extracts - mint, green tea, citrus• Toner - alcohol-free with disinfectant, antibacterial and astringent ingredients - witch hazel, tea tree oil, chamomile, calendula• Exfoliant - gentle, with lactic or glycol acid to deep cleanse the skin• Moisturizer - oil-free, lightweight, easily absorbent with natural extracts of green tea, chamomile aloe.
  9. 9. Seasonal Skin Care• Changing needs for the Changing Seasons• Winter Skin Care Tips • Cleansing - avoid soaps, frequent harsh scrubs, cleaners with alcohol content • Toning - gentle, herbal solutions (or even herbal infusion rinse), no alcohol • Moisturizing - creams with natural or essential oils (jojoba, olive oil, shea butter, avocado oil, pumpkin seed oil • Hydration from within - not water with lemon, green or chamomile tea2010 © Lead a Delicious Lifestyle Inc. 9
  10. 10. Seasonal Skin Care Needs• Winter Skin Care Tips • Cleansing - avoid soaps, frequent harsh scrubs, cleaners with alcohol content • Toning - gentle, herbal solutions (or even herbal infusion rinse), no alcohol • Moisturizing - creams with natural or essential oils (jojoba, olive oil, shea butter, avocado oil, pumpkin seed oil • Hydration from within - not water with lemon, green or chamomile tea2010 © Lead a Delicious Lifestyle Inc. 10
  11. 11. Natural Solutions - DIY Tips• Delicious! ingredients suitable for teenage skin: • General natural ingredients to help acne - Tea Tree, Aloe Vera, Vitamin A, Zinc (pumpkin, pomegranate) • Anti-acne oils - borage, black current seed oil • Detox clays - green, kaolin • Soothing herbs - mint, st. john wart herb, green tea, chamomile • Nourishing oils - camellia, seabuckthorn (beta carotene, vitamin C), flax seeds (Omega 3 & Omega 6) • Tonic and balancing essential oils - eucalyptus, clary sage, mandarin, grapefruit, vetiver, mint, lavender)2010 © Lead a Delicious Lifestyle Inc. 11
  12. 12. Natural Ingredients• Broad range of natural ingredients to choose from • Essential Oils • Plant Oils • Nuts & Seeds • Spices & Roots • Berries • Fruits & Vegetables • Herbs & Flowers • Clays & Minerals2010 © Lead a Delicious Lifestyle Inc. 12
  13. 13. Why Delicious!?• "Food for your Skin" • Skin Nutrition • Detox • Wellness• All-Natural Skincare • Natural Ingredients • Fresh Services • Chemical Free Products2010 © Lead a Delicious Lifestyle Inc. 13
  14. 14. Q&A(don’t be shy!)

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