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Camille Cook, APRN , FNP-C, RN, 

Board Certified Family Practitioner 

Travels From: Tampa, FL

Speaking Fee: Please contact for more information (615) 681-6588

Categories: Skin Care, Executive Leadership, Clinical Instruction, Problem-Solving, Patient Outcomes, Nursing Practices, Medical Communications, Health and Wellness, Patient Advocacy.

Booking Code: 014



Your largest organ is? Survey says……#SKIN. And If you don’t take care of your skin where will you live? Everyone has skin, correct? But, does everyone take care of it the way they should?

Participants will:


  • Learn the 3 different layers of skin- epidermis (upper layer), dermis (the layer below the epidermis), and the hypodermis also known as subcutaneous tissue the deepest layer. Just above the deep fascia.


  • The epidermis, the outermost layer is the one that provides a waterproof barrier and contributes to our skin tone.


  • What does the skin do? It is the first defense against pathogens/diseases, infections, UV light, chemicals, injury, and bacteria. It regulates our body temperature by giving us the sensation of touch and knowing whether something is hot or cold. It locks in the much needed moisture.

  • Warning! Pay Attention- Our skin gives us clues that something is just not right. Bruises, sun burns (i.e. too much sun exposure or tanning beds), dry, cracked, and scaly skin or rough patches, bright red or inflamed skin, and even skin infections.


  • How can we protect our skin from breaking down and becoming compromised?

  • Start with following a gentle cleansing and skin care routine.


  • Use products for your skin type (normal, oily, combination, acned prone) that will not cause inflammation, irritation or dryness. Do not over exfoliate or use harsh products. This can result in uneven skin tone and cause more conditions like acne.


  • Who needs sunscreen? Everyone! Doesn’t matter what race or skintone.


  • What is the difference between sunscreen (to protect the skin from harmful UV rays) and sunblock?


  • What is the difference between UV A (aging) rays and UV B (burn) rays?


  • Do you smoke? Smoking is harmful to not only your body or those around you but to your skin as well. It reduces blood flow and robs the skin of its nutrients and oxygen.


  • SKIN + Food = Immunity, herbs and minerals are amazing for your skin. Coenzyme (CoQ10) is a cell food that our bodies need to produce energy. This helps our bodies to produce more collagen to help restore and repair itself, which leads us to have younger healthier skin and a stronger immune system. Zinc and magnesium are so good for you. Heard of taking an Epsom Salt bath to relax or ease sore muscles? Magnesium helps boost your immunity and nourishes your largest organ all at the same time.


  • The more H2O the more you GLOW and GO!! The body is made up of nearly 60% water. Adult men is about 60% and adult women is about 55% because women are made up of more fat than men. Fat tissue does not have as much water as lean tissue. When our skin is properly hydrated, it rids our body of those unwanted pesky germs, it’s less sensitive, doesn’t produce as much oil and aids in showing less signs of premature aging.

Topic #2

How Thoughts Turn Into Things: Creamy Crack All Natural Body Cream.


  • Introduction of Creamy Crack

  • My Why?

  • Solution Seekers vs. Problem Solvers - What does that mean?

  • Having a more joyful journey by carrying out your purpose

  • What to do if your skin is compromised. 







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