Owner of Woods Aesthetics and Woods Gynecology, Dr. Grayson Woods, is a women’s healthcare expert board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Woods graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Business from the University of Colorado and earned her medical degree from ETSU’s Quillen College of Medicine. During her training at Vanderbilt in Obstetrics and Gynecology, she served as the Chief Resident and received the Hillman Award for teaching. She founded Woods Aesthetics in 2005 to meet a growing demand for women who want a caring, safe place to address their health and beauty needs.
Dr. Woods will be answering questions on women’s health, emotional wellbeing, skincare and FYI — her newest endeavor that will act as a health and wellness club for women. We got a chance to ask Dr. Woods some questions before we meet her at the Body + Soul event happening this Saturday!
The Nashville Edit: You’re going to speaking a lot on hormone health at our Body + Soul event. Can you give us some quick tips for balancing hormone health? Do you recommend any natural ways to maintain a balance?
TNE: How does gynecology play a role in our skin’s health? What about our mental health?
GW: As a gynecologist, I’m privileged to walk with women through many hormonal milestones like puberty, pregnancy, bad PMS, menopause, life stress. All of these hormonal shifts impact our skin and mental health.
TNE: What are three quick tips for healthy skin?
GW: A simple daily routine of good products, use your sunscreen rain or shine, and stop stressing out.
TNE: What does your nightly skincare routine look like?
GW: Cleanse, Koji pads, retinol, and moisturize.
TNE: Any products you highly recommend?
TNE: What are some simple ways to fight inflammation (both internally and of the skin)?
TNE: What is your current beauty mantra?
TNE: What foods are best to snack on for keeping hormones balanced?
TNE: Tell us a bit about your upcoming health & wellness club, FYI.
TNE: What can we expect to learn from you at our Body + Soul event?