We show you how to get beautiful naturally. Your health shows on your skin, so the healthier you are internally, the more beautiful the exterior. It’s a win-win. And when we talk about health, we also mean stress levels and happiness. Our skin shows those, too.
So while we will never cease to slather ourselves with lovely oils and use natural minerals to perfect our complexions, there are more ways to get beautiful naturally.
Your preference for organic and natural products is no more limited to the food and beverages landscape. According to Future Market Insights, the sales of natural cosmetics are likely to account for over two-third of the global revenues in 2019.
The market research firm revealed that in addition to the growing popularity of natural skin care products, which are set to grow at over 5% in 2019 over the previous year, consumer preference for natural hair care products is growing even faster. Plant-based hair care products are witnessing popularity among increasingly growing consumers.
Skin Exfoliators and Dry Skin Brush
Use a bristled brush and stroke your skin while still dry a few mornings a week before you shower. This simple morning routine increases the circulation of lymph and blood and removes dead skin cells. Alternatively, you can use an exfoliating brush when you wash your skin in the morning and evenings to get the blood rushing through to the skin surface. You’ll get glowing, smooth and touch-worthy skin, guaranteed
Drink water slowly throughout the day, every day, to start getting beautiful naturally. If you drink beverages that make you dehydrated, such as coffee and alcohol, hydrate before and after to negate the effects. Challenge yourself to drink a glass of water first thing in the morning, and then reward yourself with your beverage. The body uses water to cleanse. If we can’t flush them out that way, they build up in other places or show up on our skin.
About 20% of the body’s elimination occurs through perspiration. Bikram yoga, cycling, or going for a jog are great ways to work up a sweat. Make sure to wash your face before working out, especially if you wear makeup. When you sweat, your pores open up and they become exposed to dirt – causing blemishes to the skin. Therefore, we recommend you shower right after you work out to avoid reabsorbing everything you just sweat out.
Eating a nutritious diet promotes good health and good skin, but there are some nutrients that are especially beautifying. Sulfur, though not usually included on nutrition labels or thought of as an essential nutrient, is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body and is vital to many of its processes. Having enough sulfur in your body keeps your hair and skin soft and smooth. Eggs, cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli and cabbage, and radishes are healthy sources of sulfur.
Zinc is another mineral that will make you glow. Get your zinc from seeds such as pumpkin, poppy, or sunflower seeds, spirulina, or mussels.
Thinking good thoughts and maintaining positive thoughts and intentions will truly make you more beautiful. Sadness wears on us, physically as well as emotionally. Delight yourself by surrounding yourself with beautiful items. Keep a vase of flowers in your room, diffuse delicious and relaxing scents like neroli throughout your house, and adorn your house in decorations that inspire and please you. Wear comfortable clothing that makes you feel confident, keep your spaces clean to prevent confusion and distress, and pay attention to how the foods you eat make you feel.
If you’re looking for ways to nourish your hair or stimulate more hair growth then try out the Renove range. Adding active ingredients in one formula rather than applying them one by one is a much more popular method. It is enriched with not 1 but 3 hair-boosting actives, including:
- Jaborandi. This increases the growth of the hair while adding nutrition to the hair follicle to strengthen the hair cuticles.
- Rosemary. Slows down the loss of melanin, boosts scalp renewal and maintains the natural balance of oils in the hair.
- Red Seaweed. Osmo-hydro-regulating agents act as a film to protect the hair, improve scalp vitality and reduce free radical damage.
Perhaps you would prefer to tone your hair. If you have brown hair, add cocoa powder and cinnamon to your shampoo to deepen your colour. You can add honey to your shampoo to lighten hair, but make sure to wash it out thoroughly!
Good fats ensure the skin stays plump, dewy and wrinkle-free. Eat avocados, salmon, chia seeds, sardines and coconut oil and ditch the processed oils (canola, sunflower, corn, soy etc.), as they are much more likely to oxidize and cause inflammation in the body; therefore this I not a beautifying food at all.