We did our food shopping and filled out house with the essentials but now that we are stuck in the home, how many of us have started snacking? Our change in diet and lack of exercise can negatively affect our skin and leave us with breakouts or acne. this is a time we can all use to come out of our quarantine with a fresh new face.
Is it true change of diet and drinking gallons of water help to clear up skin?
So many people believe drinking water in excess plays a role in clearing up the skin but that isn’t the case. Diet on the other hand absolutely makes a huge difference. Nuts, chocolate, and oily foods have actually been shown to affect acne. Avoiding those food can make all the difference. Eating healthy, and avoiding those fried foods we all crave will help to clear up the face.
What is the best solution for dry spots? Dry spots should be treated with topical solutions. I would recommend Lumity oil or Skinceuticals Triple Lipid for dry areas.https://theskinspot.com/products/lumity-complete-facial-oil?_pos=1&_sid=21dd996cd&_ss=r
Do facial masks actually work for blemishes or are they best for other issues?  Face masks can help in two ways, if you use moisturizing sheet masks it helps to decrease oil production and therefore helps to avoid clogged pores that can lead to acne.  I would absolutely recommend a couple of different types of masks to help with this issue.
My absolute favorite is:https://theskinspot.com/products/clinical-resolution-peptide-aqua-gel-mask?_pos=1&_sid=6a2979565&_ss=r
And you can try brush on masks to help unclog pores and absorb excess oil. My favorite is: https://theskinspot.com/products/revision-skincare-black-mask?_pos=2&_sid=6a2979565&_ss=r

You know all about clearing up acne and dark spots, please tell us the best five steps toward a flawless Skin?
I have an easy way to remember how to assure you have beautiful clear skin. It’s all about GRASS, so having these products in your regimen will help tremendously towards flawless skin!G- Growth FactorR- RetinolA- AntioxidantS- SunscreenS- Specialty product like pigment corrector 
You have created an affordable way for people to get medical grade skincare products. Can you tell me about that?
Yes it’s true, I have created TheSkinSpot.comhttps://www.google.com/search?q=theskinspot&oq=theskinspot&aqs=chrome..69i57j0j69i60l4j5.2691j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 as a curated collection of medical-grade skincare products and devices made understandable and affordable.  Membership gives 30% off most products on the site and is a huge value for the skincare enthusiast who spends $570 or more on skincare every year. You’re getting tried and tested skincare that does what it claims to do at a huge discount… time to #CheckYourDrawer, toss the fakes, and get some scientifically tested products that are proven to work.

About Dr. Sheila Nazarian: Dr. Sheila Nazarian is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon with a private practice in Beverly Hills/ TV Personality (show releasing spring 2020), and on- air expert. She has a Masters in Medical Management degree from the Marshall School of Business at USC.  She also serves as Assistant Professor in Division of Plastic Surgery at the University of Southern California.  She is the founder of Nazarian Plastic Surgery, Spa26, The Skin Spot e-commerce site, and the Nazarian Institute where she brings thought leaders to teach business owners in the luxury space to Think BIG – Branding, Innovation, Growth. She is married to a neurosurgeon, Dr. Fardad Mobin, has three children. She also enjoys being an influencer in the digital space: @drsheilanazarian, @themodelsurgeon, @spa26.official, @theskinspotbeverlyhills, @thinkbig on Instagram and Nazarian Plastic Surgery on Facebook/YouTube.