Have you every used a hair mask on your hair? Do you do this on a regular basis? I remember doing a couple of these as a teen with samples I’d had stuck to magazines I had bought, but it’s not something I have done much at all.
What mum has time for self care? Trying to be a good mum, cater to everyone’s needs, be a good wife/partner, daughter, friend, remembering to message everyone back, ensure the whole family get their five a day, drink enough water, get your work done, ensure all school requirements are met and so on and so on…where is the time for self care?
Being a new mum is hard: you’re knee-deep in nappies, vomit, and googly-eyed family members constantly. While all this can be fun at first, it can soon get tiring and the aches and pains start to kick in.
Have you considered laser hair removal before? Are you wondering when is the best time of year to do this? Apparently it’s Autumn.
With the pressures of modern life skin care is often the last thing on your list. It’s not that we don’t realise we need to take care of our skin, it’s more that we don’t make it a priority.
When it comes to complexion, often people strive for radiant, clear skin. While a good skincare routine can go a long way to achieving blemish-free skin, there are a few other things you could be doing too. You know, with all that ‘spare’ time we all have. In all honesty, most of the things below are more about choices rather than ‘extra’ things to do.
Everyone wants to have smooth and healthy skin. Following a 10 to an 18-step skincare routine is a good idea, but it’s not for everyone. Sometimes the best solution is adjusting your daily regimen depending on the climate or your free time. You shouldn’t feel guilty about customising your routine.
Everything about life changes with age. The body loses rigidity and the hair undergoes a lot of changes. For some people, hair loss starts, for others, hair becomes more fragile, or perhaps just changes in terms of its texture. Luckily – there are a number of things you can do.