Sitting on a chair by your computer 8 hours a day hardly does any good for your back. If your 9-to-5 work and busy schedule afterwards don’t leave you any space for a gym, you can always try some easy…
What better way to lose all the accumulated weight during winter holidays than to snap out of your commuting routine and start cycling to work? 1 – it’s good for your body, 2 – it’s good for the environment, 3 – you can save some money you’d otherwise spend on gas and public transportation fees. How to get started?
Everywhere you turn people are talking about detox diets. People seem to being doing some sort of detox or cleanse all the time, but are they really as beneficial as they say?
If one of your New Years resolutions this year was to get healthier and more fit by exercising more, we applaud you. Whether you decided to hit the gym, exercise at home, do some yoga or take those running shoes you bought last Christmas for a spin, you must ensure that your skin is workout-ready.
If you’re cleansing this January, think about adding a physical practice to enhance the detoxifying benefits and help move waste through your body. Yoga has long been used to clear the body and mind of unnecessary holdings, whether they be muscular, emotional or physical. But there are a few poses that are especially effective at stimulating the circulatory, lymphatic and digestive systems – all essential in detoxifying the body.
What have you planned for 2016? Have you included your skin in your resolutions for next year? If not, we have five easy suggestions.
For many, the holiday season can be packed with bustle and merriment. While we may enjoy the celebrations and social obligations (or not), the sheer volume of activity can lead to stress and exhaustion. Now, more than ever, it’s important to make time for self care and rest
While working out is great for overall skin health, if you are acne prone you need to take a few precautions to ensure exercise won’t do anything to exacerbate your acne issues. We have some great tips for before during and after your work-out to help you keep your skin clear.
Running is great exercise for improving overall health. It helps by reducing stress and improving cardiovascular function. Running is also great for improving your skin health: regular exercise can help prevent wrinkles by maintaining healthy levels of cortisol (hormone which breaks down collagen), supplying skin with oxygenated blood to give a healthy glow and repair skin damage from the sun and environmental pollutants.
It has been well documented that exercise can help reduce the risk of chronic diseases including heart disease, as well as reduce the effects of obesity, arthritis and depression. Also, it’s well known that exercise can help keep skin looking young and may even help to reverse the signs of aging.
If you follow our blog, then you know your skin health depends as much on what you eat as it does on the products you use. You can eat your way to healthy skin with a well-rounded diet of healthy…
Don’t take your skin for granted! As your largest organ and your body’s protective layer, your skin can take a beating during the day, especially in extremely cold temperatures. Here are some easy ways you can replenish your skin throughout…
While waiting for the holidays, you might as well get some useful tips on getting rid of stress. Might come in handy for the cold days to come!
Our guest blogger suggests some good non-surgical methods for fighting aging!
It is no secret that meditation and yoga can do wonders for your health and well-being. Moreover, when these forms of Vedic exercises are performed in the morning, under the rising sun, you can gain a plethora of benefits and a super boost in the health and wellness of your body, mind, soul, and of course, skin!
She’s a judge on American Idol, she’s the self-proclaimed “out of the box” CoverGirl, has her own talk show and she’s recently hosted the Oscars. She also has great wit and comic timing and she is a kindhearted person known for her compassion. A role model for many women, she is the author of a book, and she is fashionable and known for her ageless beauty. She is Ellen DeGeneres!
Cellulite is normally harder to get rid of than healthier fat primarily because of its cell structure. So don’t give up hope just yet if the results are not instantaneous. With proper diet and exercise you shall be on the right path to achieve a fitter body, and over time the cellulite will become far less noticeable and disappear.
Every woman wants seductively supple skin, no matter how old she is or what she does for a living. The problem that most 20-somethings face is that they aren’t used to having to work to get their skin smooth and soft. Every teenage girl in the world has a natural glow to her skin, but that fades right at the beginning of the second life-decade. What can you do? Here is a five day guide to natural looking skin.
Exercise can help you fend off and manage the skin disease, psoriasis. How is this possible? It’s believed that psoriasis might be triggered by obesity- it’s estimated that people with this skin disease are more obese than people that don’t, and being overweight potentially increases inflammation.