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Tuesday, 03 December 2013

Fake tan Thursday to wear off Wednesday!

Tis’ the season to be busy! It really takes a toll on your beauty regime. Is it really possible to look and feel great inside and out as your to-do list seems ceaseless as the year begins to come to a close?

Well, you should probably make sure you are seated as you read this as you may be in a slight state of disbelief… It is possible! And I am going to fill you in on how to stay radiant this Christmas season. TanOrganic is the ultimate sunless tan for the girl on the move. Apply it today and reap in the benefits for seven whole days. All you have to do is follow the golden rules of tanning such as exfoliation and hydration as the key to achieving a flawless faux tan is all in the preparation!

Exfoliation of the skin is crucial in achieving optimal skin tone and radiance. The award winning TanErase exfoliates the skin gently so not only does it create a closer shave while removing dead skin layers, it ensures a perfect fade and more even tan leaving skin smooth and soft to touch.

Hydration is vital in these dry, cold winter months. There is nothing more moisture consuming to the skin than this cold climate, and the blasting fake heat of central heating. While you may be feeling the fatigue of this busy season your skin is feeling it too as it may be losing its natural brightness and becoming dull and washed out in appearance. Oil Arganic is the ideal solution made from the golden oil of Morocco, Argan. It is body oil that does not contain water so the moisture is absorbed immediately into the skin. With its subtle rose fragrance it will work wonders in prolonging your fake tan.

Often when you’re put up against the endless demands life can bring, looking your best can become last priority and this is very common especially amongst working mums. It is important to pamper yourself so you can look and feel your best as how you look on the outside reflects how you feel on the inside. You can feel confident seven days a week while continuing to check off your to-do list.

TanOrganic is an Aloe Vera based self tan with no drying agents so it will not dry out your skin. Instead it achieves a beautiful, smooth professional looking finish when used alongside exfoliating and hydrating your skin. It is a purely organic tan so you will be satisfied in knowing you are doing your part for the environment. There is no awful biscuit smell that is often associated with other tanning products and while used with Oil Arganic it will ensure a perfect fade. So no need to worry about patchy streaks as the week goes on.

Posted by: Deborah Chorlton via TanOrganic AT 08:51 pm   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
Saturday, 12 March 2011
Stress is common in daily life and may be associated with work, family or personal relationships. Stress if left un-addressed can lead to depression. Whatever the cause, there are some simple steps which can help to reduce stress.

Ways of Managing Stress

(1) Reducing stress and anxiety

•Practice slow-breathing exercises to decrease stress and anxiety.

•Learn and practice relaxation techniques.

•Understand how important physical activity is for good mental health.

(2) Getting enough sleep

•Difficulty sleeping is a common problem.

•Depression disturbs sleep and disrupts the body clock.

•Sleeplessness and being tired may lead to irritability, lack of energy and poor concentration.

•It's not the total length of sleep that matters, but the quality of deep sleep and dream sleep.

•Most deep sleep occurs during the first five hours after falling asleep at night. Even if a person sleeps for only four or five hours, they will still get about the same amount of deep sleep as someone who sleeps for eight to 10 hours.

(3) Keeping active

•Regular gentle exercise is helpful.

•Exercise such as walking, swimming, yoga, dancing, golf or a gym workout can help relieve mental tension, as well as muscle tension.

•Try to do some exercise every day, even if it's just walking around the block

It's important to have an activity plan.

•Continue to do things that give a sense of achievement.

•Plan activities to keep active.

•Maintain social contact.

•Be physically active.

(4) Reducing alcohol and other drugs

•Many people try to make themselves feel better with alcohol, cigarettes, cannabis and other drugs.

•Although these substances may provide temporary relief, they may also cause long-term problems.

•Most illegal drugs and alcohol interfere with the effects of antidepressant drugs. If a person has been consuming large amounts of alcohol or drugs, it's important to tell the doctor, so an appropriate treatment plan can be devised

Dealing with a bad day

Everyone has sad days. Everyone has times when things are really tough. Here are some suggestions to help deal with the bad days.

(1) Don't stay in bed

It's best to get up and get on with a normal routine as soon as possible e.g.; to school/university, meeting friends or family. If a person is based at home, it may help to go outside for a while and do some physical activity like walking to get the newspaper. Avoid napping during the day, as it upsets the 'body clock' and makes it harder to fall asleep at night.

(2) Catch up with friends

When people get depressed, often they don't feel like socialising, but it's important to continue to talk to your family and friends. Talk to them on the phone or organise to meet for a coffee or go to a movie. If people remain isolated, there's a greater risk of developing depression.

(3) Keep active

Plan to do at least one enjoyable activity every day. This may be reading, listening to music, watching movies, going to the beach or park, gardening, taking part in sport or seeing friends. Regular activities are important to maintain good mental and physical health. At first, finding the activities enjoyable may be a challenge, but persistence is the key.

Exercise physiologists are people who have an understanding of how exercising affects the body and mind. They can help people get motivated, develop an individual exercise plan and stay on track.

(4) Learn to manage stress

Take time out. Go for a walk, play sports or take up meditation.

Stress can affect how you breathe and cause muscle tension. Breathing quickly and having tense muscles can, in turn, make you feel more stressed. You can stop this vicious cycle, by learning and practicing new breathing and muscle relaxation techniques.

For more information see; www.beyondblue.org.au

Posted by: Debbie Chorlton AT 03:52 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
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