Fall in LOVE with your beautiful self. Blog by Julie Lindh

One of the most meaningful relationships that influence your overall wellbeing and daily performances is the one that you have with yourself. In order to feel more comfortable in your own skin, you have to take the time to anticipate, understand and address the specific needs of your body and find the simplest ways to improve its health and accentuate its natural beauty.

3 Key Aspects That You Should Work on to Get Flawless Skin

Beauty begins with you! To feel beautiful inside and out, you must maintain a positive outlook on life. While we are all busy with our daily assignments, we have to take a moment to relax, set realistic goals and design and implement holistic beauty rituals tailored to our unique objectives.

Embrace a Personalized Skin Care Routine. To preserve a younger-looking complexion, it is imperative to come up with an ideal set of at-home skin care practices involving the usage of “clean” products that do not contain potentially harmful compounds, such as skin irritants and synthetic fragrances. If you can’t identify the elements that could work best for your skin, avoid misguided purchases by getting a skin consultation and discussing your options with a specialist. Moreover, remember that regular facials can also lead to a more youthful and radiant complexion by supporting your skin’s renewal cycle. Aside from improving cellular health and boosting the natural glow of your skin, facials are also incredibly relaxing and can give you the chance to unwind and reduce stress levels after a long, exhausting day at the office.

Pay Attention to Key Lifestyle Factors. While cosmetic products and facials can do a great job at sculpting, repairing, rejuvenating or protecting your skin, these elements are only two pieces of a much more complex puzzle that includes other key elements, including dietary habits, genetic heritage and lifestyle choices. While you can’t really alter the genetic factors that influence the look and feel of your skin, you can always choose to adjust your personal choices a bit to keep your skin healthy-looking from the inside out.

Rely on solar protection with a broad spectrum to prevent sun damage. Start counting your glasses of wine, because alcohol dehydrates your skin and causes its dull, shriveled look. In addition, sweet beverages may contain additional ingredients (including sugar) that could aggravate or trigger acne. Say yes to a balanced diet based mostly on alkaline foods and green juices that will revitalize your skin and create a protective shield against premature aging. Exercise as often as you can to reduce cortisol levels (this will help you cope with stress better than ever before), and boost cellular metabolism.

Meditate. Last, but definitely not least, correct your posture and breathing tactics and learn to relax and de-stress in any environment. Close your eyes for a few seconds; control your breathing and empty your mind. Focus on happy thoughts and banish all the negativity that may be trapped in your system. Instead of inventorying the obstacles standing in the way of your success (a hectic schedule, lack of motivation, unhealthy lifestyle choices that may be difficult to correct and so on), think about the benefits associates with every small change that you could make. For example, by replacing one meal with a nourishing, energizing green smoothie you could improve the aspect of your skin, while also curbing your cravings, enhancing your energy levels and making a big step towards a healthier, more slender body.  Stay positive at all times and take pride in your daily accomplishments, no matter how big or small they really are.

My Ageless Beauty system founded on four key pillars- Correct, Repair, Rejuvenate and Preserve- allows you to beautify and protect your skin through a combination of correct skin care tactics, diet and meditation. Meet me in person, and let’s talk some more about the changes that are right for you and the simplest path that you can follow to reignite the spark with your beautiful self.

November 07, 2016 by Julie Lindh

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