Celebrate World Health Day
Did you know that next Tuesday is World Health Day?! Well…neither did I! but I wanted to let you know that there’s DEF a connection between health + beauty. Want to stay on top of it without sacrificing time and energy? Here’s how!
SKIN HEALTH….means SPF and Anti-Aging!
Protect your skin from harmful UVA and UVB rays…it’s really so easy to slap on some SPF before heading out, just make sure to keep reapplying throughout the day depending on how long you’re outside! Here’s my faves for face + lips + body + scalp all with at least SPF 15.
Owner of Wink Brow Bar Umbreen Sheikh also has amazing tips on how to maintain the health and prevent wrinkles of the delicate eye area over time with threading! Yes – THREADING.
Every woman knows how delicate the skin is around the eyes, we’re even told to simply tap on eye products with the ring finger to avoid any tugging or rubbing.
I’ve noticed that women who have waxed all their lives are more likely to have some hooding around the lid and thinner or more sun-damaged skin on the forehead and brow area, whereas women who’ve grown up threading stay younger longer. That said, of course, diet, smoking, stress levels and sun exposure play a big part – actually, more than genetics – but why add one more thing to list of stuff that ages you?
BODY HEALTH….means getting back on track with tips from Selvera!
Nutritionist Amanda Foti details how to maximize your health to improve your beauty routine with a trend forecast of what’s to come in health + beauty!
Today consumers are gravitating towards “natural” beauty remedies rather than the chemical formulas they may have used in the past to achieve the desired younger, brighter looking skin. The recent “inside out” beauty approach is taking off and for good reason! Research is showing consuming a few key nutrients is just as effective as some cosmetics, not to mention cheaper!
One of the most sought after nutrients promising glowing beauty, amongst other health benefits, is DHA found in fish oil. This nutrient, found in fatty fish such as salmon and mackerel, works great to battle blemishes and eczema. Primrose oil, has also been found to enhance skin health. If you’re looking to protect against sun damage, the hottest grab includes beta carotene and lycopene, found in red and orange fruits and vegetables such as carrots, tomatoes, and beets!
Disclaimer: I was sent product samples in compensation for this post.