With a general sudden change in temperature during this season, we will naturally need to adjust our beauty routine and the essentials that we are using to tackle the environment.
Studies show that taking breaks at work is just as important as staying productive. Meditation or being physically active are just some of the ways that can help boost your productivity throughout the day.
We're always on a quest to look and feel like the best version of ourselves, and what better way to do that than to do something good for our body and mind. Yoga is one of those activities where we can always count on feeling better after a class -- it works us physically and mentally and it's no wonder so many swear by this ancient practice.
In London, there are countless studios but we've narrowed down a few that we think are totally worth going to:
Discovered in 1986 by two scientists, who were later awarded the Nobel Prize, EGF or epidermal growth factors, are signal molecules that communicate with cells, sending a message to repair, rejuvenate, or proliferate. As we age, production slows down, which results in visible ageing in our skin and bodies.
Did you know that stress can affect your skin and fight disease?
Summer is coming to a close and that means it's back to work or school for many of us. But before you get stressed with all the work you have, we've got the tools to keep you feeling and looking stress-free. That's why September is all about yoga (which physically and mentally strengthens your mind) and the brand skyn ICELAND to bring your skin back into balance and return it to a glowing, youthful state.
This week's blog post is by Alice Mackintosh, a registered Nutritional Therapist based in West London’s Chelsea. She runs a thriving practice helping people to manage skin disorders and is a founder of nutritional supplement range Equi London.
Low energy is an incredibly common issue, and it’s no wonder when you consider just how busy the average person is. Juggling work, workouts, family, school runs, hectic social lives together with all the other elements of a 21st-century lifestyle means we don’t come up for air nearly often enough. Many people simply accept that this is how they feel and see it as normal; whilst others are so busy they don’t even notice how exhausted they are until they actually take a break or go on holiday. Either way, this is far from ideal, and only likely to get worse as one soldiers on. Thankfully, there are a lot of small changes we can make to get noticeable results pretty quickly.
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