Perhaps you’ve been trying to pluck up the courage to wear a pair of shorts, or a certain style of dress? Maybe you’ve decided you want to go for a totally new look. Now is a great time to test this out.
The skin is the body’s largest organ. Taking care of it can help manage stress and sadness.
I think it’s fair to say that at the start of 2020 few of us anticipated being confined to ours homes for weeks on end. Few of us anticipated that schools would be closed and lots of people would either be working from home or furloughed…I mean, had we even heard that word before?
As skincare becomes a bigger and bigger part of the beauty industry, and we’re all scrambling to get a 7 step skincare routine down, one question comes up a lot. How do I get flawless skin? It isn’t an exact science, and will vary slightly from person to person. However, there are a few things that apply to us all, and we’ve put them together in this easy guide.
Do you feel as though your skin has begun to look a little drab as of late? If you don’t have a proper skincare routine in place, it’s likely that it will start to show, and especially as we age. Dull skin can occur for a number of reasons, including lack of sleep, high stress levels, dehydration, and the environment.
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.