Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Eat well today!

Eat well today! Over processed foods do effect the skin... They can have harmful effects on the skin and body. Try adding some raw foods as well as fresh vegetables lightly cooked to your diet. We all know that when we are tired, we look worn down, our skin is dull. Having proper digestive enzymes from eating raw, live fruits and veggies will give us the extra boost mentally and physically as well as brightening our skin. Today treat yourself to a nutritious snack. Be good to your skin today! Also only use healthy pure skincare to wash and moisturize your facial skin. Try http://www.blossombotanicalskincare.com/

Friday, October 19, 2007

Skin Care Basics

Your skin shows your overall health. If you're not healthy, it will be reflected in your complexion. But that doesn't mean you should neglect your skin even if you're feeling fine. In this article, we cover a wide range of skin-care topics -- such as hands and nails, makeup, perfumes and colognes, blemishes, and even homemade skin-care aids. We'll start with the basics.

Tips:
Always wear a moisturized sunscreen when outdoors, winter and summer. The sun's rays can burn you even if the air feels cool, and sunlight reflected off water or snow can be particularly powerful. No matter what your skin type is, use a protective sunscreen when you are in the sun; don't expose your skin for more than 15 minutes. Don't forget to use sunscreen on your face and the back of your hands because these are constantly exposed to the sun's rays.

Always remove your makeup before going to bed.

If your face tends to be puffy in the mornings, keep skin freshener, toner, and cotton pads for your eyelids in the refrigerator for a quick pick-me-up.

Use a humidifier to lessen the drying effects of indoor heat on your skin in the winter.


Get regular facials and get advice from an experienced Esthetician.
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Monday, October 8, 2007

Yada, Yada, Yada

We hear the same things over and over again from our moms, friends, celebrities, estheticians, skin gurus, doctors, holistic heath practitioners, nutritionists, magazines and on TV. Eat right, exercises, do not smoke, do not drink, get 8 hours of uninterrupted beauty sleep, sleep on your back, stay away from fast foods, drink 6-8 glasses of water a day, eliminate stress, laugh, eat clean organic foods, eat a diet rich in fiber, follow the food pyramid, surround yourself with positive people, wear sun screen, avoid caffeine, drink organic green tea, meditate, take a walk every day, take naps, don't bring work home and create beauty rituals that are specific for your needs. Well... it is all true, this is what I call the goddess beauty rules!

Goddess Glow


When it comes to feeling young and looking radiant, nothing may be more important than taking care of your skin. A beautiful, radiant glow makes you appear more youthful. A dull, dry and flaky sallow complexion can add many years to your face. Some of us are blessed with great genes and a flawless complexion. It is up to the rest of us (not so blessed) to maintain healthy skincare habits and create flawless skin. Get regular facials and learn how to create proper beauty rituals.

To find out more about healthy skincare go to: www.blossombotanicalskincare.com