There are good reasons that many of us like to keep track of our weight, but it’s important not to get hung up on any single result. Factors such as hydration, salt intake, and menstrual cycle phases can tip the scale in one direction or the other, making us feel bad about our current condition. Here are three steps you should practice in order to take the pressure off.
With coronavirus and lockdown throwing us through a loop, to say the least, we may have gotten into a bit of a drinking phase. For a lot of us off work or with daily stresses of home life kicking us in the butt, it seems only natural that many of us turned to a few more beverages during our day to make the time pass by smoother. In saying this, despite however you’re dealing with this pandemic being totally valid, it is important to consider how we can be smarter and healthier about our drinking post-lockdown.
Papaya fruit naturally contains a super enzyme known as papain which can do wonders for your skin. Additionally, papaya contains vitamins A and C – both of which are well regarded for their antioxidant and anti-ageing properties. It can be found in the ingredients list of luxury beauty products, however we recommend our homemade face mask recipe below for a cheap and easy fix!
When it comes to talking about our grooming and self-care regimes there is one important area of our bodies that doesn’t get the press it deserves. It’s time to stop beating around the bush when it comes to our private parts and start taking better care of your area down there.
While consuming a well-rounded diet of natural whole foods is best to get the vitamins and minerals you require, you might not be getting everything your body needs. Depending on your age, sex, and health conditions, you may benefit from a little more of a certain vitamin or mineral.
Although you take care of your body, have a healthy diet and an active lifestyle, you may be completely oblivious to the toxic and potentially harmful ingredients you’re exposing yourself to. Your skin is the body’s largest organ and it’s important to pay as much attention to what you’re putting on it, as you do to what you’re putting in it!