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Beneath The Barrier

How to maintain healthy skin with Nash Injections by Hannah

Healthy, glowing, skin is IN- and we sat down with Nash Injections Founder, Advanced Injector, and Skin Health Expert, Hannah Morse, RN to get the scoop on how to keep your skin your best asset.

Hannah started by sharing: “One question I hear frequently from clients is, "What one product can address all my skincare concerns?"

The reality is, there isn't a single miracle product that can fix everything. Our skin, being the largest organ of the body, requires a comprehensive approach to address various issues like dryness, oiliness, and inflammation—all of which stem from cellular dysfunction.

The key to healthy skin starts with strengthening the skin barrier function. This critical step helps correct skin weakness, sensitivity, and dryness and restores overall health. A strong skin barrier maintains the epidermal balance of water, lipids, and protein, and regulates natural exfoliation for a healthy 6-week cycle of epidermal renewal.

When guiding clients through their skincare journey, Hannah recommends starting with a multi-step routine with at least four products. After six weeks, she reassesses their progress and fine-tunes their regimen to address specific concerns such as aging, pigmentation, acne, or rosacea.

Here’s what Hannah emphasizes:

  • Medical-grade skincare: This can be used to treat skin issues with medical-grade products because they are indeed medical concerns.

  • Consistency: Stick to your skincare routine for the best results.

  • Personalized treatment plans: Tailor your regimen to your unique skin needs.

  • Preventive and corrective care: Skincare isn’t just about fixing problems; it’s about preventing them too.

Q: With the Nashville summer in full swing, what do you recommend looking for in sunscreen?

A: When selecting a sunscreen, consider your skin type and needs:

  • SPF 45 or higher: Provides ample protection.

  • Ingredients: Look for titanium dioxide and zinc oxide.

  • Coverage: Ensure broad-spectrum protection against UVA/UVB, HEV, and IR-A.

  • Personal preference: Decide if you prefer a glowy or matte finish, coverage or no coverage, and mineral-based versus chemical sunscreens.

Our favorite is the ZO® Smart Tone Broad-spectrum Sunscreen SPF 50, named 2024 Sunscreen of the Year by Shape Skin Awards.

We love it because it offers comprehensive protection, a lightweight feel, and a bronzed glow. Plus, it inhibits future pigmentation.

Q: How often should you get Microneedling treatments?

A: For optimal results, I recommend a series of at least four microneedling sessions, spaced four weeks apart. If targeting specific concerns like acne scarring, additional sessions might be necessary.

Q: What else do you think is important for readers to know?


  • There is no one-size-fits-all approach. Each person's skin ages differently based on factors like genetics, lifestyle, and sun exposure.

  • Don’t let other people influence you. Who’s to say when or if you should change something about yourself? If it doesn’t bother you, then you don’t need to change it.

  • Choose a caring professional. Look for someone who listens, communicates options clearly, educates you, and prioritizes your overall well-being.

  • Verify qualifications. Ensure your provider is licensed, highly trained, and experienced in the specific treatments you seek.

  • Don’t chase deals when it comes to your health and beauty treatments! Discounted services can come with risks like expired products or unqualified injectors. Prioritize your practitioner's qualifications over cost.

At Nash Injections by Hannah, their mission is to empower clients with personalized care and exceptional results. Your skincare journey should enhance your confidence and overall well-being, guided by a trusted professional who truly cares about you.

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The reality is, there isn't a single miracle product that can fix everything.

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