It’s the beginning of the new year, so I thought it would be the best time to share some detox tips. January tends to be the most popular time for mini detox, especially after stuffing ourselves over the holidays. We all have our own tricks what we find works for our body, but these are some of the things I have used successfully. Depending of your preferences and lifestyle see what would be suitable for you and maybe give it a try.
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.
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.
Most of us have been touched by cancer in some form or another. We all know someone who has been diagnosed or even died from cancer. This seems to be a topic that most people are not comfortable to talk about, yet it would be important to be able to discuss it openly. Cancer Care Parcel offers advice, information and contacts for support. You can also purchase gift packages and hampers especially designed for anyone going through a cancer journey.
In this modern world people are obsessed about smelling and looking good and being hygienic and perfect in many ways. Most of us don’t really even need deodorants, but we use them anyway as that is how we are thought to do when we hit out teenage years. Our personal smell may be effected by hormones, foods we eat, spices, some medications or illnesses. The smell increases as we sweat and is caused by bacteria breaking down protein in our skin. Our glands release the sweat and scent when the body regulates its temperature. We all have our own unique body odour same as other animals. Your odour may change if you suffer from any hormonal changes or medical conditions.