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Saturday, November 4 • 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Separating Skincare Fact from Fiction - An MD Explains What Really Makes Sense in Your Quest for Glowing Skin FULL

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The world of beauty can feel overwhelming, distorted, and full of misinformation. How do you separate truth from empty marketing? How can you tell which ingredients are actually unhealthy, and what is merely fearmongering? How do you know whether your diet or your stress levels are playing a role in your skin’s health, and which changes you should make to support your skin? In the exploding world of natural beauty brands, where should you even start when choosing products for your skin?
Osmia founder, Dr. Sarah Villafranco, will provide some common-sense guidelines for achieving healthier skin, backed with just the right amount of data. Skincare may not be rocket science, but it’s surprisingly easy to spend a ton of money on products, and still feel like you’re not putting your best face forward! You’ll leave with answers to your skin care questions, and a low-stress skincare routine that makes sense for your skin, your spirit, your wallet, and your schedule.


Sarah Villafranco

Founder & CEO, Osmia Organics
Dr. Sarah Villafranco, founder and CEO of Osmia Organics, is a natural skincare expert and a noisy advocate for cultivating joy and health every day. She practiced emergency medicine for 10 years, when she saw and treated a broad spectrum of human health and illness. She now works... Read More →

Saturday November 4, 2017 3:45pm - 4:45pm EDT
Studio 3 & 4 - Concourse Level - Andaz Wall Street Hotel 75 Wall Street, NYC, NY