Hold the Fruitcake! Hold the Nog! Your Clients Guide to Holiday Eating for the Skin


Tis the season for client indulging and mindless nibbling. Its no secret clients wait until the holidays to indulge in the tasty treats the season has to offer….. I’ll have one ginger bread latte with extra whip cream and a pumpkin cream cheese muffin for good luck please. No shade  from BYM for clients enjoying  the occasional slice of pecan pie this holiday season  but we all know folks have a tendency to go overboard especially once we start to “tis the season”. For most of our clients the stress of holiday shopping, family drama and travel make extra pigs in a blanket and office party cocktails seem like a well deserved treat.  All that nibbling can definitely impact the skin so, share some skin friendly food choices with your clients this holiday season to help influence their food choices, hell at least if they gain 5-7 pounds they cant say we didn’t try to help em out. Take a look at our holiday menu for skin fitness!

Sweet Potatoes -The Dull Skin Solution

Sweet Potatoes when not loaded with marshmallow goodness and butter offer a skin-brightening combination of vitamins A and C. The two paired together offer awesome protection from free radicals and help improve dull and lackluster skin.

Pumpkin-The Skin Por-fector for Oily Skin

Pumpkin seeds are rich in vitamin E which is awesome for a healthy, shiny head of hair. Pumpkins are also full of fruit enzymes which improve cell turnover and offer superior barrier function of the skin. They also regulate sebum making it ideal for oily skin.

Cranberries -The Anti-Aging Cure

Free radicals are everywhere and age the skin causing wrinkles, fine lines, and the deterioration of collagen and elastin. Thank God cranberries are rich in vitamin C which aid in collagen production and help the skin remain firm, young and beautiful.

Mushrooms- The Master of Overall Skin Health

I am always a bit careful with gravy but pan sear a few mushrooms with a little bit of olive oil and you have a great beauty food with mushrooms. Kimberly Snyder, C.N. author of the popular Beauty Detox Foods considers mushrooms one of the essential beauty foods that helps to regenerate and purify your cells. They supply the body with key, minerals, enzymes and vitamins that help remove waste from the body and keep your skin looking beautiful and radiant.

Green Beans With /Almonds-The Giant of Glowing Skin

Green Beans are full of good for you stuff think beta carotein and lutein which help fight the aging process. Green beans are also loaded with antioxidants. Almonds sprinkled on top of green beans add a wonderful remedy for dry skin.

Butternut Squash-For Winter Skin Battles

Loaded with vitamin A butternut squash promotes cell turnover to keep your skin from becoming too dry. This is extra important during the colder months. Squash also has beta-carotene and vitamin C which aids in wrinkle protection.

Baked Apples-For Beautiful, Bright Eyes

Apples are delicious this time of year enjoy a baked apple minus the pie crust and the sugar and  tell your clients they are treating themselves to an inexpensive eye treatment. That’s because apples contain a large amount of pectin which is great for cleansing the body contributing to clear gorgeous eye.

The key with clients this holiday season is to show them the relationship between their food and the appearance of their skin.  Never make a client feel guilty about their eating habits but you should definitely give them the info to make the right choices!

Got more holiday eating tips to share with our pro community?  Share your kick ass tips in the comments sections below our clients waistlines and skin are depending on you this holiday season!



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