Backpacking is a growing recreation. Thousands of people, every year, saddle up and set out on isolated trails to appreciate the beauty of nature and to meditate in its serenity. Backpacking is essentially free, but is a great way to break away from work and take a break from the mundane, everyday routine. However, when exploring the wilds of nature, maintaining one’s health is of the utmost importance. Hikers are always reporting backpacking-related accidents that could have easily been prevented, had the hikers been more prepared. By taking along the appropriate products, you can ensure personal safety on your next hiking adventure.
Below is a list of five of the most important products to keep your health strong (Read More....)
Are you too busy to take time for yourself? Maybe you’ve got a demanding job or family obligations that eat away at your evenings and weekends. If you had more free time, you could finish that book you started last year or improve your golf score. Before you quit your day job or book an expensive weekend retreat at a vacation resort, investigate small ways you can take time for yourself daily.
Your body will thank you when you make physical exercise a priority. Go to the gym or schedule a daily walk around the block, play a basketball game with your kids or a run to the mailbox. In addition to daily exercise, spend time on your physical appearance. Manicures and pedicures are great options on a smaller scale that help you look your best and feel better about yourself. As you age and go through life’s experiences, your skin may start to show the effects. A mini face lift is an option to help you feel more confident about your look. Rotate physical pampering activities daily instead of spending a day at (Read More....)
We are indeed lucky to live in this beautiful world as Nature has showered its bounties on us. Wonderful sunshine, air and water keep us healthy and hearty. In our greed to have more of everything we’ve created an imbalance. To have more of vegetables and fruits and other necessary food stuff farmers use hormones to induce faster growth. Genetically engineered fruits and vegetables cause damage to the body over a period of time. Also using pesticides on the plants cause harmful chemicals to enter our body. Even beauty products are made with chemicals that can cause skin cancer and other skin diseases. Rashes, skin irritation leading to patches on skin are all results of harmful chemicals used in beauty products. In our urge to look young and beautiful we use harmful chemicals that can cause permanent damage to our skin and body. Under these circumstances it is better to use organic beauty products that will make you look young, beautiful and is also harmless to the skin.
Massage with Milk and Cream
It is better to massage your body and face with milk and fresh cream. Milk acts as a cleanser and removes the dirt and grime from the skin and makes it look fresh and radiant. Moreover it is harmless also as there is no artificial chemical added to it. If (Read More....)
Many of us are misled into thinking that we need to buy a myriad of beauty products to keep our skin looking fresh and youthful. Rather than focusing on natural ways to keep our skin healthy, we’re encouraged to cover up blemishes and use make-up to give our faces that airbrushed look. But the secret to a soft and flawless epidermis comes at a much lower price than you may think. The following are six important steps you should be taking to organically look after the skin you’re in.
A healthy diet is vital to any beauty regime. What we put into our bodies will inevitably show up on the outside, be it sooner or later. Avoid foods and drinks which contain nasty chemicals, as they are harmful to every part of our bodies, not just the skin.
A regular intake of vitamins is particularly important if you want luscious-looking skin.
- Vitamin A helps repair body tissue and postpones signs of aging, and can be found in milk, cheese, eggs, butter, spinach, broccoli, carrot and fish oils.
- Vitamin B improves circulation and skin colour. It is found in yoghurt, brown bread, wheat germ, yeast, cereal and green leafy vegetables.
- Vitamin C helps to maintain collagen levels and (Read More....)