Anti-Aging Skincare: Separating Fact from Fiction w/Trina Felber (Primal Life Organics)

Be Inspired Mama Podcast

There’s simply one ingredient that you can avoid in your skin care products that will almost always ensure you’re selecting a healthy product. If it’s listed in the product, especially as the first ingredient, put it back because when this one ingredient is in there, there are typically many other chemicals and toxins in there as well.

In this episode we dive deep into the world of skin care and sun protection with the remarkable Trina Felber, Founder of Primal Life Organics. Trina’s journey, from her early career in a burn center to her personal experience with toxins in skin care, led her to create her own line of healthy, safe, and effective skin care and personal products.

Trina sheds light on the alarming presence of chemicals and toxins in MOST personal care products, which can impact not only our health, but also that of our children (and even unborn children when you use them during pregnancy!).

We also discuss the importance of detoxifying our bodies, and how our skin absorbs harmful substances, thanks to absorption enhancers found in many products. 

Trina unveils some of her incredible skin care creations, such as the Coffee serum, Carrot seed products for different skin needs, and the rejuvenating Pomegranate line. She emphasizes the importance of maintaining collagen levels as we age and shares the benefits of using 2 specific oils to prevent collagen breakdown.

The conversation then transitions to sun protection, where Trina provides eye-opening insights. Discover the dangers of aerosol sprays and the false sense of security provided by many sunscreens. Trina highlights the natural SPF properties of plant oils, and the significance of opting for non-nano zinc oxide.

It was my goal to empower you to make informed decisions when it comes to skin care for you and your family, and this episode definitely delivered!! 


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