EP 23: Natural Botox with Dr. Kaley Bourgeois and Dr. Bridghid McMonagle
Join host Erika Flint and Robin Robertson and learn all about Natural Botox with guest experts Dr. Kaley Bourgeois and Dr. Bridghid McMonagle.
This episode is packed with great information about how to have healthy skin and hair based on the secrets in their best-selling book Secret To A Younger You : The 3 Month Program : A Natural Facelift without Botox.
Top 3 Myths About Skin Care Debunked!
1) What you eat doesn't affect your skin
Skin aging, hair health, and rashes such as acne and eczema can be very sensitive to diet. We see dramatic improvements in skin when patients remove processed foods, allergens and increase their hydration.
2) There are no natural alternatives to botox and synthetic fillers
Platelets and growth factors can be removed from your own blood and used to stimulate new collagen in your skin. We can also make a natural filler with those same platelets.
3) Hair loss is just a part of aging, there's nothing you can do
Hair loss is often due to hormonal imbalances, thyroid issues or nutrient deficiency like iron or biotin. There are things that can be done.
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Dr. Bridghid McMonagle, Naturopathic Physician (N.D.), OANP Board Member
Dr. Kaley Bourgeois is a Naturopathic Physician practicing holistic family medicine designed to strengthen the body’s natural healing processes
Suzanne Blais, Producer
Erika Flint is CEO and owner of Cascade Hypnosis Center for Training & Services in Bellingham, WA.
She is a Board Certified Hypnotist, a Certified Professional Hypnotherapy Instructor, best-selling author of Reprogram Your Weight.
Emmeline Kaiser, Sound Engineer
Robin Robertson is a local author, fitness expert, and owner of Bellingham Tennis Club and Fairhaven Fitness.
Linda Goggin MD, affectionately known as “Sunny” to those around her, considers putting the “fun” into Functional Medicine her prime objective.