Functional Skincare: it’s not just about a pretty face!

by Dr. Kelly Cobb At Nouriche, we combine both wellness and aesthetics under one roof.  We take a multidisciplinary, functional medicine approach.  It’s important to recognize that the skin is a very large organ that can reveal very important details about what’s going on inside the body.  It’s why I became interested in skincare in the first place! For example,  if a young woman comes to us for l ...[Read More]

Busting Myths about Botox

Though Botox has gotten more and more popular lately,  there are still a lot of myths floating around about it. Here are a few of the most popular myths we hear in the office and the truth behind them. MYTH: If you don’t keep getting Botox treatments, your wrinkles will get worse. False! While it is true that the effects of Botox are not permanent, when you stop getting treatments they will go bac ...[Read More]

Skincare for Teens: Dr. Cobb’s Tips

It is my firm belief that health equals confidence and potentiates each person’s abilities to set and reach goals. One of the most important signs of a healthy body is healthy looking skin. Because it often takes years for damage to show up on the surface of our skin, so it is important that we teach our teens and young adults the essentials of skin care early. Many teens are unaware that they may ...[Read More]

Have we found the fountain of youth?

What if there was a treatment that could slow down the aging clock and keep you forever young? A recent study from Stanford University has discovered a true “Fountain of Youth” in the face of BroadBand Light treatments.  With this exciting new information from the Stanford Department of Dermatology at Stanford, we have scientific evidence that the BroadBand Light (BBL) treatments that ...[Read More]

Turn Back the Clock on Skin Damage

Sun damage is one of the leading causes of premature skin aging. Over time, the UV rays of the sun lead to a range of skin problems such as dryness, wrinkles, blotchiness and even skin cancer. The good news is that sun damage to your skin can be prevented and even reversed! It’s very important to recognize how bad exposure to the sun can be for your skin and to protect yourself properly from the s ...[Read More]


Most of the skincare problems we treat in our office are very complex. Everyone’s skin is different and must be treated as such. However, when dealing with acne, there are many contributors that are often overlooked. I’ve compiled a list of a few small things we can do to prevent acne. Pillowcases– Sometimes we overlook our pillowcases and forget to wash them often. Pillowcases c ...[Read More]

Thoughts on our Skin

by Sandy Cambre, ND,RN, CNHP, CCT They say “Beauty is only skin deep”  but if we don’t take care of our insides our skin will not be as beautiful as we all want it to be.  Taking care of our skin is not only having a regimen of good topicals such as cleansers, lotions and cosmetics, but it is more dependent as to what we feed our skin internally.  Most people don’t know tha ...[Read More]

Here Comes the Sun..

By now just about everyone knows the dangers of overexposure to the sun, but we keep on baking either in tanning beds or outdoors. UV radiation  is the main environmental factor causing human skin photoaging  and skin cancer. UV rays are an invisible form of radiation that can penetrate and change the structure of skin cells leading to signs of accelerated photaging::   loss of skin elasticit ...[Read More]