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Nutrition is a major regulator for skin health – however a lot of time this connection is taken for granted until visible signs begin to arise.
Join Geraldine Georgeou and our panel of other skin health experts, Hayley Fogarty, Mary Lou Condon and Cheryl Penna as they discuss:
This webinar will explore proven diet, lifestyle and therapeutic strategies to treat common skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis, rosacea, dermatitis, eczema and rashes, including:
Plus take advantage of this opportunity to gain practical clinical advice from local experts in skin health treatment, network with like-minded Australian practitioners and identify the benefits of providing evidence-based nutritional support to your patients whilst working with a multidisciplinary team.
7:00 pm- 7:35 pm – Live presentation from Geraldine Georgeou
7.35 pm- 7:55 pm – Live panel discussion with other skin health experts
8.00 pm – Webinar concludes
Geraldine Georgeou is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with over 20 years in the industry. Gaining experience from Prince of Wales Hospital, Geraldine contributed her skills with the Australian Navy, consulted to Diabetes Australia and is a familiar face in the media. Geraldine has been a Gastroenterology Dietitian at The Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney and served as a Member of the Council for the Gut Foundation at The Prince of Wales Hospital. She is the author of The Gut Foundation Cookbook and The Australian Healthy Skin Diet – published in Australia and the UK. In her dietetic practice and her work with the public, Geraldine shares her passion for scientific research and best-practice guidelines for patient care.
Marylouise is a Brisbane-based Anti-Ageing health practitioner specialising in bio-identical hormone balancing and correcting epidemic nutrient deficiencies. She holds a Bachelor of Pharmacy and has studied in Queensland and the USA. With experience in compounding medicine, she has participated in the PCCA Australian Advisory Board, completed a Diplomate with A4M, and most recently completed a Certification from IFM. Marylou also sits on the A5M advisory panel, providing strategic insights on preventative, integrative and anti-aging medicine health in her community. In 2019 her business, The Compounding Lab, was a finalist in Telstra Business Awards for innovation in health care. She is a philomath at heart and travels the world learning about novel health initiatives, which she loves to share with like-minded colleagues.
Hayley is a qualified Naturopath with a Bachelor of Health Science from Endeavour College of Natural Health. Whilst completing her two final years of her degree Hayley gained extensive training and experience as a practising Corneotherapist in Melbourne treating a range of skin conditions such as acne, eczema, dermatitis and rosacea. Hayley received national recognition when she won the Australian Junior Corneotherapist of the Year award in 2019. In 2020 Hayley opened her own naturopathic skin clinic – Solstice Skin, in Bondi, NSW. Hayley’s passion for improving skin health externally with customised Dermaviduals skincare prescriptions, deluxe facials and skin needling combined with naturopathic care for internal health provide safe, long-term results for her clients.
Cheryl is a qualified Melbourne-based Naturopath and Herbalist with over 15 years of experience in clinical practice and certification in Applied Aromatherapy & Skin Rejuvenation. Cheryl has formulated her own range of botanical skincare products, launching one of the first all-natural range of skincare, free of chemical preservatives and synthetic ingredients, for the Australian market, quickly expanding to outlets in Australia and overseas. Cheryl completed Certification in Anti-ageing Medicine from A5M, Foundational training with ACNEM, as well as the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM). She is a member of the International Association of Corneotherapy, focusing on the correction and restoration of the skin’s barrier and defence systems. Cheryl incorporates a Naturopathic approach to Skin Therapy with all her clients.
Linda Dal Molin is the Director of Sales and Education for Designs for Health Australia.
Linda has a Masters Human Nutrition, Bachelor of Health Science (Complementary Medicine), Advanced Diploma Naturopathy. She has been a practitioner for 21 years and worked in the natural health space for 25 years.
Linda has developed a strong relationship with the Designs for Health practitioner community. She will moderate the panel of practitioners experienced in treating a wide range of skin conditions. She has regular contact with the Designs for Health practitioner community and will support the panel discussion to be insightful and practical for all.
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