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Jen Haley | Dermatology Decoded : Longevity Hacks for Healthy Skin Care

Dr. Haley received her BS in biology and nutrition from Cornell University before receiving her Doctor of Medicine.  She completed her internship and residency in San Diego and has been a Board-Certified Dermatologist since 2004.  While serving as an Officer in the United States Navy, Dr. Haley was selected as the VIP dermatologist consultant to the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.  In 2006, Dr. Haley was named as the Head of the Dermatology Department in Pearl Harbor.  Since 2009, Dr. Haley has been in private practice using her extensive international experience in medical, cosmetic and integrative dermatology. With her background in nutrition, fitness, and skin science, Dr. Haley understands the true integration of wellness and its effects on skin health.  She has a podcast, called Radiance Revealed, where she brings together experts from all fields to discuss tips on how to integrate wellness into your life to achieve your true radiance.  Since 2013, she has been the dermatology expert writer for FitnessRx magazine and has been actively sought to share her expertise consulting with numerous organizations, including many Global Fortune 500 companies.  Dr. Haley has trained other physicians since 2014 to perform Botox and filler techniques and is a sought out teaching expert in the aesthetic industry.  Dr. Haley has also worked on the scientific advisory board for multiple skin care start-up companies and regularly contributes to national and international publications (Oprah, BHG, Shape, WebMD) with her knowledge on holistic skin health.  Dr. Haley splits her time between Scottsdale, AZ and Park City, UT and is the local Dermatologist for KPCW radio in Park City, where she enjoys educating the public on all things skin.  She currently has a concierge and telemedicine practice in 20 states through platform.  Dr. Haley has a passion for health, fitness, and nutrition and enjoys integrating science with nature in her treatment approaches.


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00:00 Introduction and Background

06:09 The Function of the Skin

08:46 The Importance of Sunscreen and Sun Exposure

14:44 The Impact of Toxins on Skin Health

21:22 The Absorption of Products on the Skin

29:09 The Role of Seed Oils in Skin Problems

32:18 The Role of Animal Products in Skin Health

38:40 The Importance of Individualized Diets

42:39 The Use of Sunscreens

42:43 Sunscreen and Skin Protection

46:23 Choosing the Right Sunscreen

52:46 Supplements for Collagen Production

59:00 Recognizing and Addressing Health Issues

01:01:26 The Gut-Brain-Skin Connection

01:02:29 Where to Find Dr. Jen Haley



  • Maintaining a healthy skin barrier is crucial for overall health and protection against toxins and infections.

  • Adequate sun exposure is important for vitamin D production, but it is essential to protect the skin from excessive sun damage.

  • Toxins, such as seed oils, can have a negative impact on skin health and overall well-being.

  • Individualized diets that include animal products can play a crucial role in maintaining healthy skin.

  • Choosing clean and effective sunscreens is important for protecting the skin from harmful UV rays. Use mineral sunscreens with zinc oxide or titanium dioxide for better skin protection.

  • Apply sunscreen outside to inside, starting from the center of the face and blending outwards.

  • Choose sunscreen products that are free from harmful chemicals and have been third-party tested.

  • Supplements like fish oil, astaxanthin, and magnesium can support collagen production and overall skin health.

  • Recognize the warning signs of health issues and take proactive steps to address them.

  • The gut-brain-skin connection highlights the importance of gut health for overall skin health.



Dr. Jen Haley, a dermatologist, discusses the importance of skin health and the impact of diet and lifestyle on the skin. She emphasizes the role of the skin as a protective barrier and the importance of maintaining a healthy skin barrier. Dr. Haley also highlights the significance of sun exposure and the need for adequate vitamin D levels. She discusses the potential harm of toxins, such as seed oils, on the skin and overall health. Additionally, she addresses the role of animal products in skin health and the importance of individualized diets. Finally, Dr. Haley provides insights into the use of sunscreens and the importance of choosing clean and effective products. In this conversation, Dr. Jen Haley discusses the importance of sunscreen and skin protection, including the use of mineral sunscreens and the proper application techniques. She also emphasizes the need for physical protection, such as clothing and hats, to prevent sun damage. Dr. Haley shares her recommendations for choosing the right sunscreen and highlights the importance of avoiding chemical sunscreens. Additionally, she discusses the role of supplements in collagen production and overall skin health. The conversation concludes with a discussion on recognizing and addressing health issues, particularly the gut-brain-skin connection.




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