With the seasonal festivity well out of the way it’s now time to get into shape and look after your skin. It’s believed that only 8% of us actually stick to our New Years Resolution. There are lots of natural ingredients, which are perfect to consume and assist with hydrating the skin and body. Also there are lots of anti-aging and soothing and repairing oils which can be used in your diet and also in your skincare products to maintain healthy looking skin. Some ideas to help bring out the your inner beauty:
Sea Buckthorn Oil: Known to for its combination of vitamins A, K, E, C, B1 and B2. When used in skincare products it’s believed to well nourish the skin cells and reduce inflammation. It’s also rich in omegas 3, 6, 7 and 9; in particular, Omega-7 is highly praised for its ability to rejuvenate the skin. Top tip; also the combination of the fatty acids in this berry actually stop the body from storing so much fat!!
Recommended Skincare: Sibu Beauty Nourishing Facial Cream: Helps boost collagen production and creates the perfect barrier to moisturise, rejuvenate, repair and protect. This light, non-greasy cream is ideal for daily use and offers a pleasing, light citrus scent. It’s also paraben-free and cruelty-free, and contains NO dairy, yeast, wheat, gluten, sodium or preservatives.
Ginger: Is a brilliant anti-inflammatory when used in food, also known to boost the immune system. In addition to ginger being cleansing for the inside of the body it’s also excellent for the skin. It has a potent antioxidant property that helps to fight signs of premature ageing and regenerate skin cells.
Recommended Skincare: Kiehl’s Daily Reviving Concentrate: For radiant, youthfully awakened skin from morning to night. Provides antioxidant protection with a powerful blend of naturally derived oils, including Ginger Root, Sunflower Oil to help reinforce the skin barrier and Tamanu Oil to help reduce the appearance of daily damage, as well as replenish and soothe the skin. 100% natural origin, Paraben free. How to use: Massage 2-3 drops into freshly cleaned skin, avoiding the immediate eye area.
Chamomile: Great to treat the symptoms of the common cold and flu, as well as helping to strengthen skin and internal organs by improving their energy. Great source of cleansing for the body. Contains antibacterial properties helping to improve skins appearance. Ideal for soothing redness and irritation in a matter of seconds.
Recommended Skincare: Aesop Blue Chamomile Facial Hydrating Masque: Specifically formulated for normal to dry skin types. Infused with a blend of botanical extracts, the gel mask delivers long-lasting hydration to leave skin feeling soft, smooth and invigorated with every use. Skin is left deeply nourished in just thirty minutes. No need to rinse.
Rosemary: When consumed in your diet rosemary is a decent source of vitamin A and Iron and is also well known to assist with digestion problems it has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic properties once consumed. A brilliant immune system booster, when used in skincare products, rosemary is thought to increase circulation, common in anti-ageing creams as it helps decrease puffiness and increase firmness.
Recommended Skincare: Dr. Scheller – Organic Rosemary Anti-age Day Cream: The natural ingredients of this cream offer an effective anti-aging program for demanding skin. At the same time, rosemary has a vitalizing and refreshing effect. Need to be applied to cleansed skin.
Home made juicing: watercress, cucumber, broccoli and tarragon: This peppery juice is a great digestive cleanser.Recipe: 2 medium broccoli florets, chopped into chunks. Half cucumber, chopped into chunks, 1 large bunch watercress, 8 fresh tarragon leaves. Press alternate chunks of broccoli and cucumber through a juicer. Combine the watercress, tarragon and juice in a blender and whizz until smooth. Drink immediately.
Wishing you all a happy and healthy 2017!
SOURCE: Olivia Palermo – Read entire story here.