Summer has arrived, blue skies and bright sunshine are on the horizon and we all want our skin looking its best through the summer months.
Eating a varied diet, full of natural, organic, colourful ingredients will do wonders for your skin, your body and your wellbeing. Make sure your diet includes a medley of fresh veg as this will give your immune system a boost, improve your energy levels and give you wonderfully clear skin. Try to avoid processed foods and foods packed with sugar as the chemicals in them will lead to impurities in your skin.
There’s a reason it’s called a beauty sleep! The body goes into repair and recovery mode when it sleeps. By sleeping better you’ll be giving your skin chance to recover and retain its healthy glow rather than looking tired and drained. If you have trouble drifting off why not try our Night Balm?
‘This Night Balm feeds my skin while I am sleeping. It has a lovely smell of Lavender and it is very rich with ingredients. It also helps me to sleep. After waking up my skin is very smooth and soft and being fed with all that my skin needs. I use it only small amount of it have had it almost a half of the year. I simply love it.’ Miriam
Notes from Dr Spiezia
Some clients and patients often ask me why they should use oil on the skin... The answer is very simple: if you use water would you be able to clean you face from dead cells and pollutants or simply from the skin impurity? You can use water to refresh your face but not to cleanse or nourish it!Every time we have a shower, if we use too much shower gel or soap (particularly if they are made by harsh chemicals) or if we use a coarse material glove to rub our skin, we destroy or alter the skin’s hydro-lipidic barrier making it more delicate and prone to damage by sun rays, seawater, chlorine (swimming pool) and wind, all of which have an ageing effect.
Therefore after a swim in the sea or in a swimming pool, have a shower and use an organic body oil to replenish the skin of pure and natural and oils, massaging it onto the skin until absorbed: they will mimic the effect of the natural sebum, produced by the skin sebum glands.
If you hair feels in need of nourishment, massage in a hair oil prior to shampooing.
With your face the job is a bit more complex simply because the face is more delicate and often more exposed: don’t go out in the morning without an organic daily face oil or intense moisturiser. Alongside this, once a week have a deep face cleansing using a facial mask to gently exfoliate the epidermis and in the same time to nourish the skin. Inlight superfood mask is great for it, combining a delicate and natural exfoliation with an anti-oxidant and nourishing action!
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