Deborah Tosline who wrote the book: Skin Remodeling DIY, An Introduction to the Underground World of Do-It-Yourself Skin Care again joins eHealth Radio and the Beauty and Skin Care Channels. The book summarizes the skin’s biologic processes, ingredients used in premium skin care and information about advanced do-it-yourself skin care methods using cosmeceuticals and cosmetic dermatology.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Deborah Tosline discuss the following:
- In your opinion, what skin care practices are the most beneficial yet the least practiced?
- How does massage benefit the skin and what types of massage are beneficial for skincare?
- Do facial exercises work and how do they affect the skin?
- What types of facial exercises are there?
- Why don’t more people massage their skin or practice facial exercise?
- How does someone begin a facial massage and exercise routine?
Deborah Tosline’s education and work experience is in science, where hypotheses are tested through observation and experiment. She has Bachelor of Science degrees in geology and in ecology. Her approach to skin care is based on that scientific background and a love of research. Deborah has studied and practiced DIY skin care for over three decades, practiced facial exercise consistently from 2002, and taught a weekly facial exercise class for five years. She integrates skin rejuvenation into a lifelong healthy lifestyle and believes that integrative holistic health includes personal health, social well-being and environmental care. Deborah loves to learn, listen, read, talk, research, write, live, dream and share information about integrative holistic health and lifestyles.