Hi, Dr. Tara Scott here with Strut Health.
Are you suffering from Rosacea? That painful condition that can be inflamed red cheeks?
Well, I know as a functional medicine provider that a lot of it is linked to gut health and there is a correlation there.
Let’s talk about what has been studied to help. First of all, possibly vitamin C may be helpful because it’s thought that it’s an antioxidant and it helps that free radical so it helps the inflammation in your face.
Studies show that zinc has also been helpful, and people that took zinc had less inflammation in their face at all.
In addition, selenium has to do with the vasospasm and the blood vessels that seem to be dilating causing that flushing sensation.
So, you can try to juggle all of these, or you can try Strut Health’s SkinVite. This is one of the things that really helps for skin conditions.
In here is vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, niacin, zinc, copper, manganese, which are all important for your health.
But, there’s a complexion blend which has turmeric (one of my favorite things for an anti-inflammatory blend), apple cider vinegar (which we know helps your gut), ginger root, broccoli sprout (which we know helps with estrogen detox), and last off lactobacillus, which is a probiotic. There’s also a detox blend which is green tea extract, neem leaf powder, organic spirulina, chlorella cracked cell wall powder, and, I can’t pronounce it.
But, anyway, lots of things for detox, lots of things for gut health.
Lots of times, what comes out on the skin can be what’s going on in your gut. But, this is one thing that can really help.