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24: How to Heal Your Skin From the Inside Out with Stacey Shillington
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Heal Your Skin From the Inside Out

24: How to Heal Your Skin From the Inside Out with Stacey Shillington



Do you struggle with acne or other skin conditions?


I am joined by Stacey Shillington in this episode, and we are talking all about healing the skin from the inside out.


Devastated with acne that was considered ‘incurable’ in her late 20s, Dr. Stacey Shillington ND went back to school to learn how to clear her skin from the inside out using Naturopathic Medicine and has not looked back since.  Practicing in Toronto since 2007, Dr. Stacey has made it her mission to help people clear their skin naturally.


Deeply inspired and motivated to change the way that skincare and health are approached, Dr. Stacey has been able to help thousands of women worldwide clear their acne with her best-selling ‘7-Week Clear Skin Program’, which is delivered online. You can follow her on Instagram @naturopathicbeauty or check out her website at


Dr. Stacey lives in Toronto, Ontario with her husband and two sons.  She is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and McGill University, where she was the recipient of McGill’s prestigious Scarlet Key Award.  She is currently a member in good standing with the College of Naturopaths of Ontario.


In Today’s Episode We Discuss: 


  • How acne is a symptom and not a diagnosis
  • Five root causes of acne
  • The relationship between the gut and the skin
  • The side effects of topicals
  • What happens when you disrupt the microbiome on the skin
  • When exfoliation is beneficial and when it is not
  • What foods to eat for clear skin


I want to encourage you to treat your skin well, nourish it and think about what type of internal causes could be affecting your skin. Remember, acne is a symptom and not a diagnosis!


You can optimize your health and prevent chronic conditions by getting to the root cause of your acne, so it is so important that you pay attention to it and do the work to heal.


If you have any questions, I highly recommend that you reach out to Stacey. She is so knowledgeable and helpful when it comes to all things skin health!


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