31 min

Nutrient Solutions For Acne (Some Of These Are Controversial) w/ Robyn Johnson, RD The Healthy Skin Show

    • Alternative Health

Today we're talking all about acne. My guest shares her favorite nutrients on the journey to clearer skin...and some of them are quite controversial!
My guest today, Robyn Johnson, is a Functional Medicine Dietitian Nutritionist.
Her passion of using food and lifestyle as medicine found her after a personal battle and triumph with psoriasis. She specializes in helping women optimize their hormones, gut and skin by finding the root cause to their symptoms.
Robyn runs a virtual private practice, is the creator of The Clear Skin Lab. Robyn believes healthcare should be individualized and that starts with each person understanding how their body works and what their body needs to truly thrive!
Join us as we discuss some controversial nutrient solutions for acne.
Has working on your nutrition helped your acne? Let me know in the comments!
In this episode: Different types of acne Robyn's favorite nutrients for acne Thoughts on Vitamin A toxicity: How worried should you be? Sources of vitamin E + why it can be helpful for hormonal acne Iodine and acne Topicals that may be beneficial for skin health Why are minerals important for the skin? Quotes “Vitamin A is used for acne, but people don't talk about the importance of food and using it in its most natural form.” [4:11]
“Vitamin E is beneficial for acne for many reasons, I would say the top reason is it's potent antioxidant effects.” [10:41]
Links Find Robyn online
Healthy Skin Show ep. 016: Can Fluoride Be A Hidden Trigger For Your Skin? w/ Melissa Gallico
Healthy Skin Show ep. 211: Why You Need Minerals For Your Skin (And To Stop Peeing All Day) w/ Kaely McDevitt, MS, RD
What is my acne type? quiz
FREE clear skin guide
Follow Robyn on Instagram

Today we're talking all about acne. My guest shares her favorite nutrients on the journey to clearer skin...and some of them are quite controversial!
My guest today, Robyn Johnson, is a Functional Medicine Dietitian Nutritionist.
Her passion of using food and lifestyle as medicine found her after a personal battle and triumph with psoriasis. She specializes in helping women optimize their hormones, gut and skin by finding the root cause to their symptoms.
Robyn runs a virtual private practice, is the creator of The Clear Skin Lab. Robyn believes healthcare should be individualized and that starts with each person understanding how their body works and what their body needs to truly thrive!
Join us as we discuss some controversial nutrient solutions for acne.
Has working on your nutrition helped your acne? Let me know in the comments!
In this episode: Different types of acne Robyn's favorite nutrients for acne Thoughts on Vitamin A toxicity: How worried should you be? Sources of vitamin E + why it can be helpful for hormonal acne Iodine and acne Topicals that may be beneficial for skin health Why are minerals important for the skin? Quotes “Vitamin A is used for acne, but people don't talk about the importance of food and using it in its most natural form.” [4:11]
“Vitamin E is beneficial for acne for many reasons, I would say the top reason is it's potent antioxidant effects.” [10:41]
Links Find Robyn online
Healthy Skin Show ep. 016: Can Fluoride Be A Hidden Trigger For Your Skin? w/ Melissa Gallico
Healthy Skin Show ep. 211: Why You Need Minerals For Your Skin (And To Stop Peeing All Day) w/ Kaely McDevitt, MS, RD
What is my acne type? quiz
FREE clear skin guide
Follow Robyn on Instagram

31 min