4 Ways to Smooth Beautiful Skin (Joyous Video)

I’m delighted to share a skincare regime for healthy beautiful glowing skin. Check my video! 

 

If you want more tips on dry skin brushing, then please check out this video: http://www.joyoushealth.ca/2010/06/15/dry-skin-brushing-for-glow-immune-health/

Check out the 8 worst ingredients in skin care products that you want to AVOID.

Have a joyous day!

Joy McCarthy

Joy McCarthy is the vibrant Holistic Nutritionist behind Joyous Health. Author of JOYOUS HEALTH: Eat & Live Well without Dieting, professional speaker, nutrition expert on Global’s Morning Show, Faculty Member at Institute of Holistic Nutrition and co-creator of Eat Well Feel Well. Read more...

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  • Do you have any suggestions to add to help alleviate facial acne?

  • You have beautiful skin! Do you have any tips for dry lips? I’m trying to eat more olive oil, I take 6000 IU of vitamin D per day, fish oil and evening primrose oil as well. The reason I take that much vitamin D is because I’m nursing my daughter.

    • Hi Raquel!
      I use a really nice beeswax all natural lip gloss I bought at a farmers market. You could get one at any health food store. Also make sure you are drinking enough water.

    • Try using a honey and sugar lip scrub ….I make it myself with honey and sugar and scrub my lips every couple days to exfoliate them!! Then i put on a good lip oil or balm. Cheap and simple!

  • I used to get REALLY dry skin during the winter – but now that I’ve been incorporating more healthy fats into my diet (and am eating adequately), all thanks to you, I have hydrated skin :)

    THANKYOUTHANKYOUTHANKYOU

  • Hi Joy, great video. Are going to do a “What’s in my grocery bag” video again? I really loved those. They gave me great ideas and inspiration for healthy shopping & eating. :-)
    All the best
    Susan

    • ha! yes I can definitely do another one of those vids… they are so much fun. Thanks for asking me to do it because I’m going grocery shopping today!

  • Hi Joy,

    Thanks so much for all of your tips. I like to think that I eat & cook healthy food for my family, but I find that there is so much to be aware of and I am always learning new things!

    I’ve incorporated your suggestion of fresh lemon juice and water to start my day – I look forward to it! I also enjoy quinoa & Greek style yogurt for breakfast with “milled flaxseed, sunflower & pumpkin seed” (sweetened with maple syrup). My family simply do not like the texture of quinoa, no matter what the recipe! We are a whole foods family, just looking for ways to improve upon that :-)

    You are a breath of fresh air, and I enjoy your blog. I am American, living in Ireland.

    Looking forward to learning more about joyous health!
    Dana

    • Your note was a breath of fresh air. Very happy to hear you are cooking healthy for your family. Thank you for your sweet thoughtful comment!

  • Hi,
    I’m a regular follower of your nature-centric methods of maintaining good health. Just saw your video on -ways to a smooth & beautiful skin. was a little taken aback when I learnt that you actually consume commercially prepared pills for your vitamin-D.
    Isn’t it better to get vitamin-D from sources like sunlight, cod liver oil,cereals, fish,e

    • Unfortunately, you cannot get adequate vitamin D consumption from food alone. Especially in Northern climates, we need more vitamin D than the sun or food can provide. In this case, I absolutely recommend taking a good quality supplement in addition to eating whole real foods everyday! Thank you for your comments.

  • Hi, Thanks for your prompt reply.
    I live in India, where vitamin D is totally everywhere (in our bright sunny weather)so I guess I dont need the pills.
    I have this question about the lemon water that you recommend. I drink lime(more easily available compared 2 the large lemons) & warm water with organic honey daily but I wonder whether it would negatively impact my bones especially since I have osteopenia.It is actually a catch-22 situation for me as the lime juice helps me with my low blood pressure ailment.
    I love your skin BTW, looks better than a barbie doll

  • Can you provide a link to the citrus body lotion please?

    Sam