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Meet Ayla

Good Day Y’all! 


I am ecstatic to be joining the Skinizer Skincare family! 


As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), I have a passion for helping others achieve a healthier lifestyle. 


I strongly believe in Skinizer’s mission to empower men and woman to be healthy, beautiful, and feel the same way! 


Their transparency and passion for their customers makes me honored to join this team and help you build a better you! A healthy lifestyle and diet can have a profound effect on your skin. 

Good Day Y’all! 


I am ecstatic to be joining the Skinizer Skincare family! 


As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), I have a passion for helping others achieve a healthier lifestyle. 


I strongly believe in Skinizer’s mission to empower men and woman to be healthy, beautiful, and feel the same way! 


Their transparency and passion for their customers makes me honored to join this team and help you build a better you! A healthy lifestyle and diet can have a profound effect on your skin. 

Good Day Y’all! 


I am ecstatic to be joining the Skinizer Skincare family! 


As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN), I have a passion for helping others achieve a healthier lifestyle. 


I strongly believe in Skinizer’s mission to empower men and woman to be healthy, beautiful, and feel the same way! 


Their transparency and passion for their customers makes me honored to join this team and help you build a better you! A healthy lifestyle and diet can have a profound effect on your skin. 

My nutrition philosophy is a diet-free mindful eating approach that emphasizes finding balance between fueling your body and loving the foods you eat!


Originally from the state of Georgia, before becoming a RDN, I worked for six years as a risk analyst for a large international insurance company. During this time I graduated with a Master degree in Nutrition from Georgia State University, then moved to Connecticut to complete my Dietetic Internship at Yale-New Haven Hospital. During my schooling I developed a passion for sharing my passion through writing. 


For the last year, I have been working as a clinical dietitian at the largest hospital in the United States Virgin Islands and writing on the side.Apart from my profession, like most of us, I play many roles- a friend, a daughter, a girlfriend, an aunt, a sister. Juggling these roles often leaves us feeling stressed and burnt out. Too often we neglect our health in response. Working out, cooking healthy meals, and following a daily skin care regimen fall to the way side. 


This is why I love how Skinizer encourages their customers to live a healthy lifestyle by finding balance between your diet, your mental health and your skin care! Personally, I struggled with my weight for most of my twenties going on ridiculous diets and using expensive diet pills without any long term success. Always a picky eater, I fought to get myself to eat “healthy” foods like vegetables.


I constantly felt bloated and had horrible mood swings from skipping meals. Not to mention the acne I battled from the time I was a teenager continued to haunt me into my twenties.


I thought I could find an easy way out through some “miracle product” that would allow me to eat pizza and chicken fingers every day yet not gain weight. 


Once I took the initiative to learn about basic nutrition and the three macronutrients, my whole perspective changed. 

My nutrition philosophy is a diet-free mindful eating approach that emphasizes finding balance between fueling your body and loving the foods you eat!


Originally from the state of Georgia, before becoming a RDN, I worked for six years as a risk analyst for a large international insurance company. 


During this time I graduated with a Master degree in Nutrition from Georgia State University, then moved to Connecticut to complete my Dietetic Internship at Yale-New Haven Hospital. 


During my schooling I developed a passion for sharing my passion through writing. 


For the last year, I have been working as a clinical dietitian at the largest hospital in the United States Virgin Islands and writing on the side.


Apart from my profession, like most of us, I play many roles- a friend, a daughter, a girlfriend, an aunt, a sister. 


Juggling these roles often leaves us feeling stressed and burnt out. Too often we neglect our health in response.


Working out, cooking healthy meals, and following a daily skin care regimen fall to the way side. 


This is why I love how Skinizer encourages their customers to live a healthy lifestyle by finding balance between your diet, your mental health and your skin care! 


Personally, I struggled with my weight for most of my twenties going on ridiculous diets and using expensive diet pills without any long term success. 


Always a picky eater, I fought to get myself to eat “healthy” foods like vegetables.


I constantly felt bloated and had horrible mood swings from skipping meals. Not to mention the acne I battled from the time I was a teenager continued to haunt me into my twenties.


I thought I could find an easy way out through some “miracle product” that would allow me to eat pizza and chicken fingers every day yet not gain weight. 


Once I took the initiative to learn about basic nutrition and the three macronutrients, my whole perspective changed. 

My nutrition philosophy is a diet-free mindful eating approach that emphasizes finding balance between fueling your body and loving the foods you eat!


Originally from the state of Georgia, before becoming a RDN, I worked for six years as a risk analyst for a large international insurance company. 


During this time I graduated with a Master degree in Nutrition from Georgia State University. 


I then moved to Connecticut to complete my Dietetic Internship at Yale-New Haven Hospital. During my schooling I developed a passion for sharing my passion through writing. 


For the last year, I have been working as a clinical dietitian at the largest hospital in the United States Virgin Islands and writing on the side.


Apart from my profession, like most of us, I play many roles- a friend, a daughter, a girlfriend, an aunt, a sister. 


Juggling these roles often leaves us feeling stressed and burnt out. Too often we neglect our health in response. Working out, cooking healthy meals, and following a daily skin care regimen fall to the way side. 


This is why I love how Skinizer encourages their customers to live a healthy lifestyle by finding balance between your diet, your mental health and your skin care!


Personally, I struggled with my weight for most of my twenties going on ridiculous diets and using expensive diet pills without any long term success. 


Always a picky eater, I fought to get myself to eat “healthy” foods like vegetables.


I constantly felt bloated and had horrible mood swings from skipping meals. Not to mention the acne I battled from the time I was a teenager continued to haunt me into my twenties.


I thought I could find an easy way out through some “miracle product” that would allow me to eat pizza and chicken fingers every day yet not gain weight. 


Once I took the initiative to learn about basic nutrition and the three macronutrients, my whole perspective changed. 

Just like it is important to know what we are putting on our skin, it is important to know what we are putting into our bodies. Every food is a composition of nutrients. 


Your body needs those nutrients to survive, it just needs some more than others. When you eat a variety of foods in your diet, you are able to achieve the appropriate balance of nutrients to fuel your body effectively. 


What diet works for one, doesn’t always work another and, like Skinizer, I believe in a personalized approach to nutrition and health.


I discourage restrictive diets and promote sustainable lifestyle choices. 


Remember,Life is short, so while you want to make it as long as possible, enjoy the foods you are eating! 


No longer worrying about what I weighed, I started worrying about what I was eating. 


I tried new foods and began implementing small sustainable changes in my daily routine: I ordered the side salad when I would’ve gotten fries; learned to limit myself to either bread or pasta at a meal, not both. You know what? 


I felt fantastic!


I didn’t have any bloating, my acne improved, and my mood swings settled down. These small changes eventually became my habits, and, bonus, the weight just started to disappear never to be seen again! 


This led me to my personal slogan:

Just like it is important to know what we are putting on our skin, it is important to know what we are putting into our bodies. Every food is a composition of nutrients. 


Your body needs those nutrients to survive, it just needs some more than others. When you eat a variety of foods in your diet, you are able to achieve the appropriate balance of nutrients to fuel your body effectively. 


What diet works for one, doesn’t always work another and, like Skinizer, I believe in a personalized approach to nutrition and health.


I discourage restrictive diets and promote sustainable lifestyle choices. 


Remember,Life is short, so while you want to make it as long as possible, enjoy the foods you are eating! 


No longer worrying about what I weighed, I started worrying about what I was eating. 


I tried new foods and began implementing small sustainable changes in my daily routine: I ordered the side salad when I would’ve gotten fries; learned to limit myself to either bread or pasta at a meal, not both. You know what? 


I felt fantastic!


I didn’t have any bloating, my acne improved, and my mood swings settled down. These small changes eventually became my habits, and, bonus, the weight just started to disappear never to be seen again! 


This led me to my personal slogan:

Just like it is important to know what we are putting on our skin, it is important to know what we are putting into our bodies. Every food is a composition of nutrients. 


Your body needs those nutrients to survive, it just needs some more than others. When you eat a variety of foods in your diet, you are able to achieve the appropriate balance of nutrients to fuel your body effectively. 


What diet works for one, doesn’t always work another and, like Skinizer, I believe in a personalized approach to nutrition and health.


I discourage restrictive diets and promote sustainable lifestyle choices. 


Remember,Life is short, so while you want to make it as long as possible, enjoy the foods you are eating! 


No longer worrying about what I weighed, I started worrying about what I was eating. 


I tried new foods and began implementing small sustainable changes in my daily routine: I ordered the side salad when I would’ve gotten fries; learned to limit myself to either bread or pasta at a meal, not both. You know what? 


I felt fantastic!


I didn’t have any bloating, my acne improved, and my mood swings settled down. 


These small changes eventually became my habits, and, bonus, the weight just started to disappear never to be seen again! 


This led me to my personal slogan:

Eat to Feel Good, Not to Look Good! Of course, if healthy skin and weight loss are also side effects of a well-balanced diet, I ain’t complaining!


Keep following me here for nutrition tips to keep you and your skin feeling good!


Ayla Shaw MS, RDN Clinical Dieitian 

IslandRDN.com

Eat to Feel Good, Not to Look Good! 


Of course, if healthy skin and weight loss are also side effects of a well-balanced diet, I ain’t complaining!


Keep following me here for nutrition tips to keep you and your skin feeling good!


Ayla Shaw MS, RDN Clinical Dieitian 

IslandRDN.com

Eat to Feel Good, Not to Look Good! 


Of course, if healthy skin and weight loss are also side effects of a well-balanced diet, I ain’t complaining!


Keep following me here for nutrition tips to keep you and your skin feeling good!


Ayla Shaw MS, RDN Clinical Dieitian 

IslandRDN.com