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Dairy can effect the complexion in some people, and cutting dairy out of the diet for three to six weeks will clarify if you are effected by the hormones in cow's milk. Understand how dairy products can effect skin health with beauty advice from an experienced clinical aesthetician in this free video on skin care.

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Hello, my name is Keeley Selvage with Keeley's Skin Solutions. I've been a clinical aesthetician for over half a decade and I'm going to talk to you about dairy and your complexion. Now whether or not dairy effects you and your skin, it really depends on your body makeup. Some people it effects and some people it doesn't. One important thing to remember when consuming dairy products is that a lot of times, it's the hormones in the dairy that effects you. Most of the time for the worst and the reason for that is because the hormones from pregnant cows can stimulate testosterone. Now testosterone stimulates our oil or our sebaceous glands which in turn can effect our skin truly for the worst 'cause we get a surge of that sebum or that oil and that can cause clogged pores and that can lead to acne. That doesn't happen like that for everyone but for a lot of people, it does. Now to figure out whether or not dairy actually effects you in that way, cut it out of your diet. Try it for at least three to six weeks and see what happens. If you see an improvement in your skin, then there's a good chance that dairy is going to be bad for your complexion. My name is Keeley Selvage with Keeley's Skin Solutions and that is all about dairy and your complexion.

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