“Be good to your skin. You’ll wear it every day for the rest of your life.”

– Renée Rouleau

WHAT?!?!? How could anyone ever say no to dairy?

Unless you’re vegan, it seems crazy to give up dairy. But what if you can’t eat it for health reasons like me?

Over two years ago, I started having issues with dairy (I swear, I won’t get graphic about this). I eventually tried out pills for lactose intolerance and yes they did work…but only for a few months. Once they stopped working, I had to decide whether to suck it up and eat all the cheese I wanted or give it up altogether. I decided to cut ties with dairy and stop suffering.

I will say it has been hard to not eat anything with cheese or milk. But guess what the best part is? My skin has improved immensely since I went dairy free.

I lucked out in puberty and never got acne until I turned 17. But from 17 on, my acne was pretty bad. I tried almost everything to get rid of it but to no avail. After giving up dairy a year ago, I’ve thrown out all my acne products. I rarely, if ever, get those pesky red bumps on my face anymore!

In the year I’ve been without dairy, I’ve noticed a little extra glow to my skin. Sure, part of it may be due to my rigorous skincare routine, but even before I quit dairy, my skin didn’t look so great even after several skincare products. My skin has never looked healthier, and I have my dairy-free lifestyle to thank for that!

Even if you don’t have issues with dairy, try eliminating it for a week or two. You’ll be surprised by the results! And as an added bonus, there are actually some really great dairy alternatives out there (pssst go check out a couple of my favorite brands: Follow Your Heart and Kite Hill).

Step out of your comfort zone and try dairy-free livin’!

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