A supermodel’s wellness & beauty must-haves | Sports Illustrated cover model Kate Bock
“Eating clean really guides my whole self for the day, for the week, for the month. It’s the thing that really runs my life. Eating is really the primary source of energy, skin clarity, and feeling good in my body and self,” says supermodel and Sports Illustrated cover star Kate Bock. In this episode of Clean Beauty School, host and mindbodygreen’s beauty director Alexandra Engler chats with Bock about her favorite foods, how she hydrates her dry skin, and what she does when she’s stressed out.
-Listen to Kevin Love’s episode on the mindbodygreen podcast.
-Research connecting water intake and dermal thickness.
-Why you should verbalize your stress & anxiety.
-Studies on bedtime & quality of sleep: irregular sleeping habits, timing’s effect on emotions.
-Resources to improve your sleep hygiene.
-Bock’s favorites: Abby’s Better Butter, Bite Beauty Agave Lip Balm, RMS Buriti Cream Bronzer, Kosas, Supergoop sunscreen, Summer Fridays Jet Lag Mask, Fresh lip balms, Merit Beauty, Act+Acre Shampoo and Conditioner, tenoverten Hand Repair Kit, Ora Acupuncturist, Aura Ring, Pompette Hard Sparkling Water.
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