Most of us don't look this cute while soaking in a nice tub of bubbles, but the look on Ava's face (Granddaughter of my girlfriend Ellen) says it all! Most females feel as Ava does, there is something so blissfully nice about a bubble bath!
A long soak, with candles, music, and maybe a flower or two, is something I would adore for Valentine's Day, especially if it's being prepared by my husband.
Valentine's Day is one of those days you either want to ignore or feel totally pressured by - particularly the guys. What is the right gift for our significant other? My husband and I were discussing it this week, in a class called "Marriage Matters"--What are your expectations for Valentine's Day?
In the class, when asked what our expectations are, the answers were anything from, "I'm not into a Hallmark created holidays," to "Give me diamonds!" But, the bigger question is, "Have you let your significant other know what your expectations are?" Sometimes we women expect men to be mind readers, and Valentine's Day is a test...how well does he know me?
If you're the, I'm not into a Hallmark created holiday type, and your spouse is someone who wants
1. Decide to have a goal!
Whether you are looking for Rosacea redness relief, or just want to better hydrate your dry, flaky skin, deciding to do something about it, is the first step. Perhaps you've been unhappy with the results, from the drug/department store products you've been purchasing and have decided 2016 is the year you try something healthier for your skin.
2. Be more Aware!
Organic is different than Natural. Beware of companies that use the word "Natural" on their packaging. Legally, this means nothing—it's a completely unregulated term and is used mostly for marketing. It will generally mean that at least some natural ingredients have been used in the formula, but a product can be labeled as natural and contain significant synthetic ingredients.
Organic products are highly regulated. It means they contain a large percentage of ingredients that have been grown and processed under a very strict code of cleanliness, with no pesticides or fertilizers, and absolutely no genetically modified organisms.
Still, nothing beats the memories of holiday shopping and traditions shared with others.
The holiday season can wreak havoc on your skin, causing your skin to look older, and more sallow. Here are 4 reasons why.
1. Our Diet - We all know the temptation to eat faster food, and more sugar is real during the holidays. At the salon I work at, we have sugary treats available every day between Thanksgiving and New Years Day! Oey, the temptation! Sugar is not only bad for your thighs, but bad for your skin!
Scientists from the Leiden University Medical Centre in the Netherlands, and Unilever in the UK, measured the blood sugar levels of 600 men and women aged between 50 and 70.
They then showed photographs of these people to a board of 60 independent assessors and found that those with higher blood sugar looked older than those with lower blood sugar. In fact, for every 1mm/litre increase in blood sugar, the perceived age of that person rose by 5 months.
November is National Alzheimers Disease and Family Care Giver Awareness Month. Alzheimer's disease is the 6th most common cause of death in the United States. There is encouraging, growing scientific evidence that dietary choices can actually reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
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One of my Aesthetician friends, Chelsea and I were talking today about the most misunderstood and often neglected aspect of a great skin care regime in women over 50-