Choosing good quality bath salts makes a big difference to your bathing experience. My favourite salts are Himalayan and Epsom salts. They are packed with minerals like potassium, magnesium and calcium and help the body to relax and recover from aches and pains. You can also use the salts as skin scrubs on the body when you mix them with vegetable oils. In this case make sure to choose fine grit salts. Big grits are perfect for bathing as they take longer to melt.
In this post i want to share some body care tips and how to look after yourself in a sedentary lifestyle. Humans lifestyle has changed tremendously in the past couple of hundred years or so. We used to grow or foods, walked more and spent more time outdoors. The traditional life of hunter gatherers are well and truly behind us. We don’t go to the forest or field to pick our foods, but have it conveniently delivered right on our doorstep. What we eat and how we live our lives is very different now than our grandparents lives.
Ageing is a blessing, even thought it has been portrayed like a curse in the modern media. We are petrified of signs of ageing and the eternal youth is the goal most are seeking. Historically women have been more concerned about their looks, but nowadays men are also facing pressures of looking good and youthful. Let’s face it, we all are under pressure to ageing beautifully.
This is a Sulphur Skincare review for Natural cream, all over moisturiser. I love receiving new products for a review. This one is a product from a small independent company, which is always my preference. Very interesting products with natural materials and works well as a healing cream. Perfect for holidays and travelling emergency case. It comes in variety of sizes, so you can always order a small one tor try out first.
I have always been interested in history and ancient healing materials. And methods We are always looking for the latest technology and ingredients, but forget that there is some magic in the ancient cultures and traditions. When it comes to skincare I am somewhat obsessed about the ancient Egyptians and the materials they used for the embalming process. The fact that their mummies have survived well preserved to the modern day says to me that they were on to something. Oils, spices and plant materials were widely used then are still available today and I would like to inspire you to try some of them and perhaps take a trip down to ancient Egyptian knowledge and culture.
I’m all about using oils for skin care, firstly because they are amazing for any skin problems, especially for anti-ageing and for hydration. Secondly because they are all natural, pure plant materials and easily available. You can use the oils on their own or you can blend them to match your needs. Use lighter oils for oily skin and heavier oils for dry or dehydrated skin. You can also use them to make your own body oils and other products as well as treatment balms and body butters. I use oils every day and night alongside of moisturisers and serums. For me they have really worked well for preventing signs of ageing and I love that you can create different oils for different things and they make great little gifts as well.