Posted on December 21st, 2015
You’ve been eating probiotics for years. Now it’s time to wear them
by AMANDA MONTELL Dec 8th 2015
“When it comes to skin nutrition, focusing on probiotic-rich foods from both diet and supplement form will be more effective over applying a cream alone,” says beauty nutritionist and biochemist Paula Simpson.
Read full article here http://www.totalbeauty.com/content/slideshows/probiotic-skin-care-151203/page11
Posted on December 7th, 2015
BY ANNE BAUSO, ASSISTANT DIGITAL EDITOR, NOVEMBER 30, 2015
Two of the biggest beauty terms right now are “mineral” (think flawless-coverage mineral makeup, mineral-rich thermal water) and “oil” (as in face oil, hair oil, body oil, sunscreen oil…). Does that make mineral oil a beauty no-brainer? Not exactly. Plenty of classic beauty products feature mineral oil for its hydrating properties, but there are also dozens of brands that emphatically call out their avoidance of the ingredient ...
Posted on November 9th, 2015
Posted by Anne Bauso, Assistant Digital Editor, November 9, 2015
Cactus water is like a delicious liquid multivitamin. In addition to vitamins B and C, beta-carotene (an antioxidant), calcium, potassium, magnesium, and iron, “cactus fruits contain high levels of amino acids, especially proline, serine, and taurine,” says Paula Simpson, a certified nutritionist and biochemist.
Read full article here http://www.allure.com/beauty-trends/blogs/daily-beauty-reporter/2015/11/cactus-water-skin-benefits.html
Posted on October 20th, 2015
By NewBeauty Editors | September 23, 2015
Making the change from an acidic to an alkaline diet is one you’ll be happy with, but it will definitely take willpower and dedication. “You need to be realistic and make choices that most easily fit into your lifestyle,” says celebrity nutritionist Paula Simpson. “Once you have conquered the initial steps of following a pH-balanced diet, you can make more challenging modifications.”
Read full article here; http://www.newbeauty.com/blog/dailybeauty/8938-how-to-switch-to-alkaline-diet/
Posted on September 21st, 2015
Get the scoop on the probiotic powerhouse and what it can do for your health and skin.
SEP 15, 2015 Amy Marturana
During your last trip to the grocery store, you may have noticed bottles of what seem to be Danimals for adults—a mysterious type of drinkable yogurt—in the dairy section. Kefir, which originally hails from the Caucasus Mountains in Eastern Europe, is similar to yogurt, but also has its own unique nutritional benefits. In fact, it may ...
Posted on August 26th, 2015
Jessica Rubino, New Hope 360 Aug 24th 2015
Becoming a lifestyle.
Regardless of how advanced the science or palatable the delivery, positioning nutricosmetics exclusively as “beauty supplements” may not always be the right approach. Aging isn’t just about how you look; it’s about how you feel, more consumers are realizing. By using ingredients that can help consumers thrive physically while looking their best, nutricosmetics may have a more far-reaching appeal. Antiaging “is turning to ‘healthy aging,'” said ...
Posted on June 1st, 2015
All-natural face masks you can make in your blender.
by RACHEL MELTZER WARREN MAY 19, 2015
For Blah Skin (And A Hungry Belly) The ingredients in this mask, recommended by natural beauty expert Paula Simpson, will help improve your skin’s texture from the inside out and vice versa—vitamin C-rich pineapple and strawberries help diminish wrinkles; greener-than-green spirulina packs anti-inflammatory properties.
Blend: 1 cup Greek yogurt + ½ cup strawberries + ½ cup pineapple + 1 tablespoon ...
Posted on May 1st, 2015
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
by Elizabeth Swanson
If you’ve been adhering to a pre-wedding beauty diet, you might know that foods like avocado, salmon, and blueberries promote glowing skin. But if you want to change it up a bit, we’ve got the scoop on a batch of lesser-known skin-loving foods you can add to your repertoire. Here, beauty nutritionist Paula Simpson gives us her top picks.
Read full article here http://www.brides.com/blogs/aisle-say/2015/04/foods-to-eat-to-get-better-skin.html