In my job I come across so many women, women who take really great care of themselves and I am a true believer of the importance of ageing naturally and gracefully without going under the knife. Ageing gracefully is about having a healthy body and being emotionally healthy. Aging well, keeps you feeling good about yourself and your life. Having an interest in yourself, caring for yourself and looking after yourself. If you take care of yourself and take interest of yourself, you will age gracefully. We all want to look great as we age. I talked to many women who follow this natural process and I am going to write down what they all had in common. So what's the secret?
We are so conscious of sun damaging our skin, it can do the same thing to our hair. I am sure we have all noticed that our beautiful shiny hair loses its shine and looks a bit frizzy and dry during summer months. The UV rays of the sun really heat up the hair shaft and cooks the hair shaft making coloured hair looking worse. If you really don’t look after it your colour can have some serious fading. UV rays does the same thing to all hair types. If you are a swimmer, the chlorine in the pool can remove all your hairs natural oils. Salt water from the ocean draws water out of your hair and skin. Dry hair soaks up the extra humidity in the air, making the shaft to swell and leading to breaks in the cuticle. Hair puffs up and results in dry and damaged.
The good news is we can keep our locks looking shiny and healthy through the warmer months. Just need a bit more love and looking after.
Most of us remember how it feels like after a massage, feeling of your mind been clear and your body been relaxed.
Occasional massage makes you feel good it has been shown to significantly lower heart rate and insulin levels - all of which help reduce daily stress.
Regular massage can do wonders it helps your body and mind to relax and your muscles to remain loose even during times of physical and mental stress. Stress relief is key to finding the balance of a healthy lifestyle.
Breakage and split end, yes it happens in winter too. Hair dries out from not having enough moisture in the inside air from heating. The same way you need extra moisture for your skin in colder weather, you also need to majorly hydrate your strands. To ensure that your luscious locks stay healthy and beautiful through winter here are some tips.
Winter weather is a challenge for the skin. There are so many factors that lead to this. Cold air and low humidity levels results in dry air, which can take the moisture away from the skin. Heaters takes away the air of moisture along with your hot showers, that usually wakes you up in the morning. All these can lead to dry skin.
Here are our top 11 tips to keep your skin glowing and youthful in the cooler months.
1-Drink lots of water. When low humidity is most likely to take moisture away from our skin, it is just as important in the colder months to drink water throughout the day. Drinking organic herbal teas doesn’t just warm you up it is another way to keep hydrated. Remember your skin need hydration from inside.