STOP GUESSING, would you?

It's about time, I say.  

Life's been exhilarating and very busy, which brings a higher level of discipline and getting really serious about focusing on taking action.

On doing what matters.

Because you've landed here (thank you), I know you're passionate about your wellbeing and nutritional choices that are tailored to your body's individual needs, but are you giving your skin the same thoughtful approach?

Look forward to next post I'll  go over more key insights on THE most clinically studied SUPERS collagen and cell-rejuvenating skin care ingredients you can add to your daily ritual to reduce unnecessary skin inconsistencies and aging.

So tell me....


 Are your natural go-to skin products diluted with 80% water and laced with marketing ingredients?

Quit being DUPED, darling.   
Most commercial moisturizers are made up of primarily water and fillers with the smallest amounts of active materials.  POOF! The water absorbs quickly and leaves you with the same fine lines, patches and parched skin. (Ugh...)

Are your "natural" products doused with synthetics and tricky chemical names like triethanolamine or Vitamin A  that are irritating your skin and actually causing inflammation - resulting in cellular degradation (unhappy collagen + elastin fibers)?    

The truth is, most of us are cutting ourselves short (and our telomeres) daily on setting ourselves up for short and long term Health + AGING. 

I hear ya, sista!  "Duh" - a messy lifestyle of kids, work and fitting in play?  
No room for deepness and nuances.  (I live in this, biology, pathogens and peptides...)    


SIMPLY PUT, the secret to aging well is for your skin to be
able to heal and repair itself.  Yup. Super Simple.  


Like you, I don't like to waist my time (or damn hard earned money).  

The Craft of Small Batch Curating.
As a passionate formulator, I start with the premise in perfectly curating the most available and effective delivery methods and innovative technologies (void of any synthetics that age the skin).

The results you soak up (and confidently walk away with)
Evoq's bio-actives (skin affinitizing) are well researched and packed with the purest Forces of Nature's most precious ingredients that go skin deep; where it counts with our liposomal delivery systems.

STOP GUESSING AND WAISTING TIME (and your pocket book).

Step # 1. 

Ponder and do a little critical thinking versus trigger purchases and build a little bit of 'beauty biology' knowledge over time.  

Critical thinking?  
Over 10 years of obsession?  Sh$t doesn't slide past me! 
Good news for YOU!   I already figured out (and never stop) the pieces to the puzzle.

I bottle these critical "pieces" up so you can build your beauty biology  with the proper fit (down to your skin’s receptors) for repairing and maintaining the most radiant skin. 

Stay Tuned.

 I've been in the cosmetic creative kitchen and over the next year we'll journey down your beauty and health pathology equipped with easy road maps of where we need to focus and what to throw out, alright?

So again, I say Efficiency

Allow me to take the burden off your plate, share bitesize and fun decoded information so future investments in your overall wellness decisions feel more effortless and less guessy- guessy.

No more missing pieces.

It's really about getting off auto pilot and putting strategy, critical thinking into your inner-outer beauty + care + OH SO YOU everyday rituals.

All for now lovely - catch me on instagram until we meet next! 

-BE Well.  Kassandra

The tricky signs of hidden histamines & how to reverse them. (life changing)

Welcome back to class as we continue to connect the dots on Histamines! 

Meet Flora.

florae \ˈflȯr-ˌē, -ˌī\
:bacteria and microorganisms in the body of humans intestinal flora.

While I would love to share how we infuse 'sea flora' in to our beautiful food-grade skincare line - today we're talking about the GUT (and much more). 

Think of your gut FLORA as an inner garden; just with any garden,– when you let the weeds take over, it get's a little ugly.


Beauty & Wellbeing  -  Begins in the Belly.

Hista What?

If you missed our first look at histamines, you can review it here.
For the cliff note version, continue to read below.


It's no wonder!  

Our gut is where 70% of the immune system lies, where we metabolize hormones, where we make enzymes, and where we make nutrients.  This is why what goes in our digestive system can impact our mood, health, brain and skin so profoundly. 

Proper nutrition and a gut clean up is the true root of healing for glowing healthy skin and a resurrection of healthy hair growth.  

FIRST, we take a FIELD TRIP back to understanding  the origin of Histamines and the role they play.

Histamines are essential.

Our body naturally makes histamine, but are also introduced through our diet.  Histamine can trigger common allergies, as well as play a essential role in helping us regulate sleep and digestion.

  The Two Enzymes that Impact a Histamine Imbalance

These two enzymes, especially DAO, bind & break down histamine, preventing excess histamine.

The Reaction:  When you are unable to metabolize histamine or eat foods high in histamines - allergy like symptoms can occur.  (ie: redness of the skin, hives, congestion or a runny nose, swelling, fatigue, diarrhea, and other symptoms)  can occur.

Getting to the ROOT


Diet and Lifestyle Choices

The Microbiome Connection
Your micro-biome and gastro health is critical.   This is where your natural enzyme diamine oxidase (DAO) production occurs.   * This enzyme is what breaks down histamines. * 

Leaky Gut
Histamine intolerance can occur without a leaky gut, but there is a common link to the release of particles in the body and blood - increasing leaky gut exacerbates and the symptoms of histamine intolerance.

DNA & Genetics
Histamine intolerance is partially genetic and people with certain genes seem to be more predisposed.

Predispo... - WHAT?
A genetic predisposition of poor methylation or unable to obtain the key vitamins (B6, B12, iron, copper and vitamin C) - causes symptoms flare up.

Gas, bloating and constipation?  Hypothyroidism + Hashimoto's + SIBO

What do these three things have in common?
They may be caused by SIBO which is correlated with the Histimine im-balance and thyroid production.   SIBO is an inflammatory condition in the GI tract and is caused by an overgrowth of yeast and bacteria.  50% of those with hypothyroidism have SIBO.

Here are a few hints of histamine high foods to avoid.   
Download this 'done for you' food guide checklist to create ease and clarity on your next field-trip to the store.  

  • Fermented foods  
  • Cow's milk and most cultured dairy (such as cheeses & yoghurt)
  •  Vinegar products (vinegar, pickles, ketchup, mustard)
  • Artificial colors + Artificial preservatives
  • Long cooked bone broth

Lifestyle & Nutrition Tips

  • Avoid eating canned foods and ready meals
  • Avoid eating ripened and fermented foods (older cheeses, alcoholic drinks, products containing yeast)
  • Avoid leftover meat products


*Cleanse + Favor Vitamin C
There's a good reason we use THE BIG C in our Evoq skin line.
It's a powerful antioxidant!  We’ve already schooled you on cleansing for spring (you can find it here).  

*How Vita C works? Rather than blocking histamine from binding to receptor sites ( what pharmaceuticals do), Vitamin C prevents histamine from forming in the first place. 

FIND A LOCAL HIVE.  Allergies are noticeably decreased by incorporating raw and local honey into the diet.  You can also get this through bee pollen. I love Premiere Research Labs Bee Pollen

This antioxidant can be found naturally in apples, onions and other produce. Research proves its an effective natural allergy remedy because it is able to lessen the respiratory side effects caused by inflammation in the airways. 

*Stinging Nettle
This plant is a common herb and shows its power in clinical studies revealing that 58% of people rated nettle as more effective than other allergy medications they’ve tried.

It's best when treating the respiratory distress and other symptoms often associated with allergies, primarily by blocking the action of agents causing inflammation and swelling. 

The following probiotics either contain histamine reducing or histamine neutral strains. Best strain? Probiotic that contains Bifidobacterium infantis and B. longum. 
*Liver Support
Supporting the liver with herbs like milk thistle, artichoke leaf, wasabi, and sarsaparilla.

*DAO Supplementation
DAO supplements supply the enzyme that breaks down histamine. 

This flavone is helpful in lowering inflammation, which is often at the core of histamine intolerance. According to a 2000 study in the journal of Pharmacology, luteolin has potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. It also inhibits the activity of mast cells, which release histamine.

In studies, ginger has shown to inhibit histamine release and protect from peptic ulcers. As a culinary herb, you can easily add it to your diet and reap its benefits.

They have the unique ability to bring stress hormones up when they’re too low, and bring them down when they’re too high. So essentially, they always know what to do to keep your body in the proper balance. This dual action is what make adaptogens a fabulous option among histamine supplements.


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Hope you enjoyed and made it to the end!  

Consider specialized testing — such as organic acid, stool, gluten sensitivity and food allergy testing if the above strategies don’t help you get to the bottom of flora gut dysfunction. You might have to work with a Functional Medicine practitioner to effectively test and treat imbalances in your gut. 

NEXT we review how histamines effect women's everyday aging and the secret tools to fight back. 

xo Love + Health + Beauty      -  Kassandra

Stop overreacting! Are your allergies a misdiagnosis?

For some, the warmer weather is bliss.

For others, it means itchy eyes, fatigue, dry skin and endless "hachooo's."  

Yup...  allergy season.    BUT WAIT  ...

Your puffy, dark under eye circles and may not be from Pollen at all.


  • What is a histamine and histamine intolerance?
  • A Functional Medicine approach - getting to the root and how to reverse the reactions..
  • The hidden foods in your diet revealed.
  • The common "drug muggers" stealing your histamine + immune health.
  • Done for You - Guide to the top foods to avoid and add to your grocery list.
  • How everyday anxiety, fatigue and eczema could be linked to a lack of enzyme reaction.
  • Life changing 'ah-ha' tips and actionable blueprints for a better quality of life 


This topic is associated with many health and skin issues, so read on - it could be life-changing information for you. 

  • Pseudo allergies (fake mimickers) and how your seasonal allergy symptoms may be a misdiagnosis and really be a histamine reaction.
  • HIT ( not your 'high-intensity training' workout )- the real cause of Histamine Intolerance
  • Everyday lifestyle beauty blueprint guide to start the journey of identifying the culprits and easy everyday choices - even if you don't suffer from allergies. 


Let's hit the books and dive in!


Symptoms mimic the same as allergic reactions because of the involvement of the release of histamine in the body. It can lead to chronic inflammatory conditions. It's hidden in skin disorders such as eczema, unexplained skin rashes, and itchiness.


  • Allergies are an IgE mediated, histamine response to an allergen, i.e., pollen or cat dander.
  • Histamine Intolerance (HIT) is a toxic response by the body due to the excessive accumulation of endogenous or exogenous histamine from an inability of the body to efficiently breakdown histamine and hypersensitivity of cell antigen receptors.

Your immune system creates antibodies to fight these elements, prompting the release of HISTAMINES into the bloodstream. 

Histamine intolerance (HIT) comes from either...

  • making too much histamine or
  • the 'lack of' the body being able to properly break down histamines.

 Histamine tends to be the 'gansta' with a bad rap because it releases typical allergy symptoms. In reality, though, histamine plays a crucial role in many bodily processes.

We couldn't survive without histamine production, but like the perfect man - it can be too much of a good thing.

Your brain functions on histamine as a neurotransmitter, it releases gastric acid as it is the first stage of breaking down protein in the stomach.

Many healthy foods can cause issue over time.  For example, fermented foods can causs a genetic SNP in your enzyme gene pathway that hinders the process and causes histamine to build up in your bloodstream!

Did you know....when eating leftovers, you can produce too much histamines? The histamine is produced because bacteria act on your leftovers and produce histamine, then you eat it.

In my next email I will cover this in depth with an actionable guide around the most common "health foods" high histamines with a 'done for you' shopping guide.

Growing numbers are starting to take issue with producing the enzyme needed to degrade histamine- Diamine Oxidase (DAO).  

 You may have a genetic predisposition of poor methylation or the inability to obtain the key nutrient vitamins (B6, B12, iron, copper and vitamin C) to process histamines.

Common medications like antidepressants, birth control,  anti-inflammatories, laxatives (and more) are known as “drug muggers” which steal the nutrients needed to make the enzymes - which breakdown the histamines. 

 Addressing the REAL root cause of histamine balance, diet, improving gut microbiome, and assisting seasonal allergy environmental attacks will naturally help get the body back on track.

homework histimines


*A Happy Home. Create a allergy-safe and immune home and beauty space
Give your makeup bag and brushes a soak regularly, check windows for mold and clean out that A.C. filters. 

*Lock in moisture + Avoid chemicals in your beauty products.  
Histamines take a toll on your skin from the inside out.  **Stay tuned on my next insightful email on histamines and aging.  

*Stay hydrated
Drink up (sans lakeside wine) with H20 and a little lemon to alkalanize.    

*Thyroid and Hormone Havoc
The thyroid and histamine balance is commonly interrelated.  You may be one of the 50% of women that experience underlying thyroid disfunction causing depression, weight gain, fatigue and hair loss.   Hyper or Hypo? I shared a great short read on HOW TO TEST the THYROID.    

*Rest & Digest
Pursue relaxation and make it goal to get a good night’s sleep.

*Avoid Gluten
Gluten puts the immune system into overdrive. Try giving gluten a rest, or - stop cheating. (hug)  Get my QUICK GLUTEN FREE INGREDIENT DOWNLOAD LIST to avoid here! 

*Good-bye Puff Eye Beauty Hack!  Sleeping with your head elevated at night will drain fluids and decrease the puffiness in your face for the morning.

*Supplemental Immune Support
"CBD is proven to promote the formation of new immune cells and help to boost your body’s power to defend and heal."


Experience our *NEW* EVOQ CBD Tincture built with 300mg of ACTIVE medicinal cannabinoids and Full Spectrum Terpenes to instantly calm and balance histamine reactions and increase your immune system.


 Join our next class as we un-cover...

  • A curated list of key foods and diet that could change your life
  • The most common causes of histamine intolerance
  • The key supplements needed to assist the body in reversing reactions and getting back to vitality.  
  • Evidence based healing blueprint guides pertaining to - the BEST nutrition, supplements, and topical skin care choices for optimal wellness and quality of life. 

Connect soon!  

xo Love + Health + Beauty      -  Kassandra

A Quick List of Gluten-Free Ingredients to Avoid


Whether it be by necessity or by choice, living the gluten-free lifestyle is a significant change for anyone to take on and accomplish.

As a response to celiac disease or numerous other gluten-related sensitivities, or because living without gluten just makes you feel better in your everyday activities, the transition to being gluten-free is one that can be long and full of questions.   

Here is a list of foods and ingredients that contain gluten to help you when you’re at the food store. Take time to look at the labels of all your packaged foods BEFORE you purchase them. 

Watch for gluten lurking derivatives in cereal and bread and be aware of added sugars and other inflammatory ingredients in gluten-free packaged foods. 

There are great gluten-free brands out there but there are also many unhealthy gluten-free foods that line the aisles of the food store so beware.

All the best in health and beauty to you as you start and /or continue on your journey to a healthier you.



Grains that Contain Gluten

  • Barley
  • Einkorn
  • Emmer
  • Farro
  • Groats
  • Kamut
  • Rye
  • Spelt
  • Small spelt
  • Sprouted wheat/barley
  • Triticale
  • Wheat
  • Vital wheat gluten

Flours that Contain Gluten

  • Atta flour
  • Barley flour
  • Bleached flour
  • Brown flour
  • Enriched flours (bleached, bleached wheat, enriched)
  • Farina
  • Farina graham
  • Filler
  • Graham flour
  • Granary flour
  • Maida (Indian wheat flour)
  • Malted barley flour
  • Rye flour
  • Unbleached flours
  • Wheat flours
  • Whole-meal flours

Products that Contain Gluten

  • Alcohol
  • Barley grass
  • Barley hordeum vulgare
  • Barley malt
  • Bran
  • Brewer’s yeast
  • Bulgur
  • Caramel color
  • Cereal binding
  • Cereals
  • Chilton
  • Cookie crumbs
  • Cookie dough
  • Couscous
  • Dextrins
  • Durum wheat
  • Edible coatings
  • Einkorn (triticum monococcum)
  • Flavoring
  • Fu (dried wheat gluten)
  • Germ
  • Glazed ham
  • Gluten
  • Heeng
  • Hing
  • Hydrolyzed wheat gluten
  • Malt
  • Malted milk
  • Malt extract
  • Malt syrup
  • Malt flavoring
  • Malt vinegar
  • Matza/matzah/ matzo
  • Matzo semolina
  • Meringue
  • Meripro 711
  • Mir
  • Nishasta
  • Orzo pasta
  • Pasta
  • Pearl barley
  • Rice malt
  • Rice dream milk
  • Roux
  • Rusk
  • Seitan
  • Semolina
  • Starch
  • Stearyldimoniumhydroxypropyl HWP
  • Suet in paclets
  • Sushi rice
  • Tabouli
  • Teriyaki sauce
  • Triticale X triticosecale
  • Udon
  • Wheat amino acids
  • Wheat bran extract
  • Wheat germ
  • Wheat nuts
  • Wheat protein
  • Wine coolers

Products that May Contain Gluten

  • Artificial color
  • Baking powder
  • Bread
  • Bread flour
  • Breaded foods
  • Brown rice syrup
  • Candy
  • Chips
  • Clarifying agents
  • Cookies
  • Cold Cuts
  • Coloring
  • Crackers
  • Dry roasted nuts
  • Emulsifiers
  • Fat replacers
  • Flavored coffee
  • Fried foods
  • Glucose syrup
  • Gravy
  • Seasonings
  • Hot dogs
  • Imitation sea food
  • Ice creams
  • Lunch meats
  • Maltos
  • Marinades
  • Miso (except chickpea miso)
  • Mustard
  • Non-dairy creamer
  • Oats
  • Salad dressings
  • Seasoned rice mixes
  • Self-basting turkey
  • Smoke flavoring
  • Soba noodles
  • Soy sauce
  • Spirits
  • Stabilizers
  • Soup stock cubes
  • Vegetable broth
  • Vegetable protein
  • Vegetable starch
  • Vitamins
  • Yeast extract


Head HERE for more information about gluten and getting started.

All the best in health and beauty to you as you start and /or continue on your journey to a healthier you.

xo Kassandra


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"That's what she said....."

Local Beauty Blogger Elizabeth Dehn favors Evoq's Self-Tanner as her


Liz: "It’s that time of year again. I’ve slathered myself in every cream, gel and spray I could get my hands on to bring you this self-tanner report."

Only instead of a roundup, I’ve got just one:

 Evoq Beauty Sunless Tanner ($32). 

The packaging isn’t much to look at but the ingredients, scent and results are beyond gorgeous. Coconut oil and shea butter make it impossibly moisturizing (and far underpriced), while Kasia’s healthy standards mean it’s free of petro-chemicals, parabens, glycols and other preservatives. I’ve NEVER smelled a self-tanner that doesn’t smell like self-tanner, let alone one that smells like honey buns, fresh from the oven.

And the color? A beautiful bronze that lasts FOR DAYS. I’ve never seen—or used—anything like it.


Tired, Dry Skin, Weight Gain: Get to the root (it's not just stress)

Are you challenged with daily vital energy, dry skin, weight gain, hair loss or depression?




There are so many possible causes for these kinds of problems that it is easy to assume you're "just not getting enough sleep," however, it could be a condition that is all-to-often overlooked. 


Defining Subclinical hypothyroidism ("mild thyroid failure")

The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped endocrine gland located at the base of your throat. This tiny organ has a huge responsibility; it makes thyroid hormones, which are secreted into the blood and then carried to every tissue in your body. Thyroid hormones regulate your metabolism, which helps your body use energy, maintain proper temperature, and keeps your organs (brain, heart muscles, etc.) functioning.

Most physicians simply test a patient's TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone) and T4 (thyroxine) levels in order to determine whether a thyroid condition exists. If the patient's levels are within the normal range, then the patient is told, "it's not your thyroid." But that's not the full picture!


Beauty Biology Breakdown
Our hormones work together like thermostats: when one level is activated, the other shuts off, and vice versa. That's how your thyroid hormones work as well: The hypothalamus (a tiny gland located in the brain) releases a substance called thyrotroptin-releasing hormone (TRH), which triggers the pituitary gland to release the thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH). TSH then triggers your thyroid gland to produce two hormones: triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4).

The T4 and T3 hormones circulate through your bloodstream "bound" to proteins, although a small percentage is considered "free," or unbound. Some T4 gets converted to T3 as it moves through multiple tissues and organs (notably the liver, brain, and muscle). Some T4 and T3 are separated from their protein carriers during these processes, becoming "free" again to exert a metabolic effect on the body.

Stopping the cycle and getting clear.
The thyroid complex. If you or someone you know suspects a thyroid issue, or simply wants to rule one out, it is important to consult with a clinician who is experienced in thyroid hormone dysfunction. Blood tests should be ordered to put together the clearest picture of how your thyroid hormones are working -- or not. For example, the "Total T4" test can tell your medical practitioner how much T4 your thyroid is producing, while the "Free T3" test helps to show how much is "bio-available" for the cells and tissues of your body. 

In the case of subclinical hypothyroidism, the TSH blood test levels are typically normal or just slightly elevated while the T4 and T3 levels appear in the low to normal range -- in addition to the patient experiencing classic (though mild) symptoms of hypothyroidism.

Is it really a "normal range?"
Even in this low-normal range, your thyroid may still be low-functioning (in the 10th percentile), creating symptoms that can significantly impact your quality of life. Every organ in your body relies on a healthy thyroid!

Getting the root with 21st Century Internal Medicine Providers

At BE, I refer our clients to top level internal medicine professionals that order blood tests that reveal the full picture of how your thyroid hormones are functioning, including TSH, Free T3, Free T4, TPO (Thyroid Peroxidase Antibody), TGA (Thyroglobulin Antibody), and Reverse T3.

By working with trained functional medicine practitioners, they better understand the subtle signs of an imbalance, and carefully treat patients for subclinical hypothyroidism when symptoms are present. 

Need Help?
If you need hormone expertise that you cannot find locally, you can email me for a list of our top-notch referrals.

xo Kassandra

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What are Terpenes?

Terpenes are the fragrance molecules found emanating from all plants - including cannabis, which offers a unique scent from one strain to the next. The fragrant imprint of each plant is a result of different combinations of terpenes. Cannabis is unique in that each strain has a unique profile of terpenes. Terpenes are believed to exhibit medicinal properties independent from the cannabinoids. Overall, terpenes contribute to a strain's particular influence - a phenomenon known as the entourage effect.





Beta-myrcene is the most common terpene in cannabis, and it is also found in hops, eucalyptus, mango, bay leaves, and lemongrass. Its aroma has been described as “herbal, balsamic, rooty, or spicy.” It helps ease pain and inflammation, and it relaxes muscles.


Limonene is the second-most-common terpene in cannabis. The aroma is found in citrus plants and is commonly used in lemony-fresh cleaning solvents and natural insect repellants. Limonene fights tumors and bacterial infections, stimulates the immune system, relieves depression and anxiety, and treats gastric reflux and ulcers.


As you might guess from the name, this compound is commonly found in pine trees and other coniferous plants.  It helps dilate the bronchial tubes, reduce inflammation, kill bacteria, and increase cognitive function.


Like many cannabinoids, beta-caryophyllene binds to the CB2 receptor, found mostly in the immune system. Beta-caryophyllene is antibacterial and antiseptic, and it eases inflammation, nerve pain, ulcers, and depression.

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