How to combat dry winter skin

Have you ever wondered what causes dry skin?


In this episode of the Skin From Within Podcast we are covering why our skin can be prone to dryness, especially in this chilly winter months. I'll let you know how you can amp up your natural skin care routine internally through your diet for supple, moisturised skin, year round.

Lastly, I cover which supplements you can take to help with dry skin as an alternative natural skincare routine. If you are interesting in figuring out why your skin may be playing up take The Skin Quiz


So click in the image below and get listening!


Time codes for the time poor:


0:27 - Skin SchoolAnnouncement!

1:48 - What is happening to our skin when it is dry

2:55 -What causes dry skin

3:50 -Key nutrients deficiencies that cause dry skin

4:11 - How Vitamin A supports our skin from the inside out

4:54 -How essential fatty acids support our natural oil barrier

6:22 -Vitamin A rich foods

7:19 -Foods high in essential fatty acids

7:53 -Which supplements you can take for dry skin

9:38 - My favourite daily supplement for dry winter skin




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About the Author



Chloe is an internal skincare Naturopath with a passion for, you guessed it, healing your skin from within. Aside from seeing people in her online clinic, Chloe is also runs several internal skincare courses to help set you up for success by giving you the tools you need to help heal your skin for good. Sound like you? Check out her courses here.


Chloe also hosts a podcast Skin From Within, covering all things internal skincare from hormonal acne to rosacea, psoriasis and more.


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