Why is Coconut Water Good? Dr. Tony Nakhla
I recently went to my dermatologist Dr. Tony Nakhla. "Known in the media as “America’s Dermatologist™” and having been featured in numerous media outlets including CNN, PBS, MSNBC, E! Entertainment, SELF, Glamour, ELLE, National Public Radio, Better Homes And Gardens, Better Nutrition, Lucky Magazine and many more, Dr. Tony Nakhla is not only a health and beauty expert, he is THE expert and foremost authority when it comes to skin health and beauty. Dr. Nakhla is a Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the University of California Irvine and Western University of Health Sciences. He is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, American Osteopathic College of Dermatology, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, American Society for Mohs Surgery, and American Osteopathic Association."
A few tips from Dr. Nakhla
Water from a Coconut: Utilized for centuries by ancient civilizations to maintain internal hydration, now available in cans, cartons, and bottles in most markets, coconut water is low in calories, tastes great, and has the ideal electrolyte balance- nearly identical to human plasma.
Green Tea: Many of my patients ask me about if green tea can be used in their skin care regimen and if they would benefit from such use. The answer is yes.
Moles: What should you watch for?
-slow-growing pink bumps on your skin that crust over and bleed
-raised wart-like growths that form ulcers
-multi-colored moles with uneven borders or moles that changes size, shape, or color
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