By now you all know I’m a skincare junkie. I love exploring green beauty products and indulging in my monthly facials. Skincare is totally my jam. But lately I’ve been wondering if there’s too much of a good thing? Is it possible that we’re actually too clean? That’s what Jasmina Aganovic, founder of Mother Dirt and I are talking about on today’s podcast episode.
A few months ago I discovered a line of skincare products that’s made to be “biome-friendly”. I’ll be honest, I’d never heard this term before. I know about the microbiome as it relates to our gut (if you haven’t read my last post of gut health and probiotics, DO IT!) but never how it applies to skincare. It’s a brand new topic to me and has opened up a whole new world of skincare that is both expanding my knowledge and also decreasing the steps of my typical routine.
So I figured I’d turn this week into an unofficial “microbiome week”, where chat about all things gut health, skin bacteria, inflammation and how to support your microbiome holistically. Jasmina is a wealth of knowledge on all these subjects!
Here are a few other things we cover in today’s episode:
- About Jasmina and how she started Mother Dirt
- The skin’s microbiome and why it matters
- Should we be wearing deodorant and what it does to our skin
- The ecosystem of our skin and how to balance it out
- The development of biome-friendly products and the future of skincare
- How your skin conditions are related to your immune-system
- The AO+ Mist and how to add good bacteria to your skin
- How to be more “biome-friendly” and what to replace to encourage a healthy microbiome
- What advice she would give to her 20 year old self
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What questions do you have for Jasmina? What do you know about the microbiome?
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Diego LopesMay 3, 2018 at 10:59 am
Loved hearing this podcast, the subjects you talk about were great!
Davida @ The Healthy MavenMay 20, 2018 at 4:44 pm
Thank you so much!