What Your Skin Is Telling You About Your Hormones

Did you ever think that your skin could be sending you messages? Dr. Trevor Cates shares a solo episode all about the connection between your hormones and the health of your skin. Tune in to learn about endocrine-disrupting chemicals and their impact on health issues, how your hormones impact your health, and what types of foods to eat to boost estrogen levels and balance your hormones. Dr. Trevor shares the indicators for hormone imbalances based on what your skin is presenting. Have really dry skin? Or are you extremely prone to acne?…this episode may be the answer to your skincare struggles!

Resources:

hormoneseries.com
Clean Skin From Within
Natural Beauty Reset

Tweetable quotes:

“Age-related, hormonal change like Puberty and menopause can actually affect testosterone and its metabolism, that breaking down of it.”

“You have to remember products don’t just sit on the surface of our skin. They can get absorbed into our bloodstream, just like we would put hormone creams on our skin or nicotine patches. We use medications on our skin as a route of administration.”

“Always best to test rather than guess.”

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