How can different foods affect our skin? How should we choose our skincare products? Who should we trust in the beauty industry? These are just some of the questions which will be addressed at the next Daylesford Discusses event, a series of panel talks exploring issues around wellbeing, health, food and sustainability.
For the Food and Beauty event taking place on 17 June, the panellists are nutritional therapist Madeline Shaw, founder of Votary Skincare Arabella Preston, Bamford Director of Business Development Louise Riby, author of Be Good To Your Gut Eve Kalink, consultant dermatologist Anjali Mahto and Daylesford Resident Nutritionist Rhaya Jordan.
Together they’ll discuss the relationship between food and beauty, looking in particular at how a healthy diet can affect our wellbeing and skin. Topics will include how to ‘get the glow’ from the inside out, which foods cause inflammation and skin problems, hydration and healthy skin, skincare products and how an organic diet can help long term skin concerns.
Daylesford’s story began over 40 years ago when founder Carole Bamford decided to turn her family’s farmland into sustainable organic farming, first in Staffordshire and then in the Cotswolds. It is now known as one of the UK’s most sustainable farms, producing meat and poultry, fruit and vegetables and dairy products. They also have have a number of restaurants, shops and cafes across the country, plus a Cookery School at their idyllic Cotswolds farm. This event will take place at their Brompton Cross Branch.
Daylesford Brompton Cross, 76-82 Sloane Ave, Brompton Road, Chelsea, London SW3 3DZ
17 June 2019, 6.30-8.30pm
Free to attend, register your attendance via daylesford.com