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Much to our delight, we’ve heard more and more dermatologists talking about the skin-lifestyle link. We love finding kindred spirits! Leading skin science expert and former NIH fellow Jeannette Graf, MD is one of the pioneers of this movement. We talked to Dr. Graf to better understand the connection and to learn what steps we can all take for a glowier existence. Here, Dr. Graf tells us all about pH, the major link that she found between naturally radiant skin and a healthy lifestyle.

Why do we love Vintner’s Daughter Active Botanical Serum so much? Well, we refuse to compromise — and we found a kindred spirit in this product’s creator, April Gargiulo.

In our second interview with Jeannette Graf, MD about the link between nutrition and skincare, Dr. Graf talks to us about diet, digestion, and stress – three lifestyle factors with a major impact on skin's natural condition – and simple steps that even the busiest among us can take to get naturally glowing skin.

How's this for exciting:

The Organic Pharmacy has launched Glamour Food, a line of affordably priced natural skincare products — all under $30 — that are packed with food grade ingredients, with a particular focus on antioxidant-rich cocoa and berry extracts. As The Organic Pharmacy puts it, it’s “skincare so pure, it’s good enough to eat.”

Skin issues can certainly be a source of stress—yes, we’re talking about you, large forehead pimple that invited itself along to Saturday night’s festivities. It’s not just about the occasional pimple, though: according to Dr. Amy Wechsler, author of The Mind-Beauty Connection and one of only two doctors in the United States board-certified in both dermatology and psychiatry, stress can have a major impact on the condition of our skin—particularly as we age.

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