Guest blogger, M Rochell shares 10 simple tips to keep your skin looking flawless, blemish free, soft and glowing!
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Good looks today are not only about your external beauty and your internal youthfulness. With the wellness industry booming one cannot help but realize that beauty is, indeed, skin deep. But I was in for a shocker when I found that high blood pressure, a disease so seemingly far removed from skin aging, can actually be a big contributor to those budding lines on your face!
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With the holiday season finally drawing to an end it is now time for New Year resolutions. This coming year I have decided to put my skin and its health in my resolution bucket list. So still dizzy from all the partying, here are some of the commandments that I have drawn up to turn my skin around.
Ever wondered why your skin looks so great when you get back from a relaxing holiday and then just gives up on you when you get back into the rigmarole of daily life? Life today has become a constant battle with us juggling gazillion things all of which needed to be done as of yesterday. Stress is a word that has managed to find its way in our everyday vocabulary! But did you know that stress not only affects you psychologically but also wrecks havoc on your skin.
What comes to your mind when I say,”massage”? I think of cool spas, comfy massage beds, calming music, the smells of essential oils and the soothing hands of a masseuse giving me a good rubdown and melting all the aches and pains away. Snap to reality…Who has the time to go in for massages each day? Of course, I get so busted at the end of each day, I can feel sailor knots in my body...
What role does lifestyle play in your skin's appearance? As the mind is capable of dealing with stress to a certain level its limitations can be expressed through the body, such as a decreased metabolism and dull skin. Dark circles, wrinkles, fatigue can be enhanced due to stress.