Longer than ten years ago, we were just starting to hear about different beauty treatments, even lasers seemed totally sci-fi. We have also heard a lot about liposuction, but have you heard about fat freezing? Fat reduction is here to stay (or take off). It is the number one cosmetic procedure for the body that is growing over time.
No risk, no surgery, no downtime and no stitches. So these machines also do the work of melting before removing by making fat removal much more gentle with less pain and bruising.
Even though I turned 37 this year, I don’t see any major changes in my face, but prevention is better than cure. At the beginning of this year, I decided to visit Dr. Karin Bartsch to try Ultherapy. As we all know that, with age— face and décolleté area starts to loose the elasticity and firmness. No matter what skincare you use, the skin won’t be able to built collagen itself. When I heard about Ultherapy’s non-invasive, no-downtime skin lifting and tightening benefits— this treatment caught my attention immediately. Here is why I tried the Ultherapy?
Healthy skin starts within, but also how conscious we are about the changes we notice. Did you know, there is an app to detect the moles, skin spots, macule, or similar? SkinScreener is an app that perceives the risk of skin cancer. This smart app supports recognizing the changes of the skin earlier. That’s why a group of doctors and biomedical engineers developed SkinScreener.
Ever since I can remember, I never had defined abs nor defined triceps. Being built athletic, but with feminine curves– it was always difficult to build defined abs. During the lockdown between March and May I wasn’t working out intensively, so I noticed that my body needs a tone up. When I heard about Emsculpt, a new noninvasive, body contouring method that promises to build muscles— it sounded like a miracle to me.
When the outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) became more alarming over time, I found myself wondering how to work on my health and to strengthen my immune system.
I started to be more mindful about the food I ate, physical exercises, breathing and grounding exercises. But I came to realize that if I want to maintain a healthy body, there is a lot more to do. Despite everything I did to keep myself healthy, I was feeling constantly tired and moody. Then I started to bake the 100th gluten-free and vegan banana bread or cookies. Thus I would eat sometimes even in the evening, but they didn’t made my gut happy!
During the past few years, I have been very conscious about the food choices and overall self-care. Eating clean, plant based meals, committing to a 16-hour food break from the last meal of the day to breakfast next morning. Also incorporating workouts, at least 5 days a week— are the essential commitments for a healthy lifestyle.
back to my latest series, #WellnessWednesday in the new Wellness & Health
category, where I highlight how I celebrate my personal self-care in everyday
life. For today’s #WellnessWednesday post, I want to share my wellness routine
and how my self-care routine looks like.
Staying healthy during winter is hard; many of us get lazier, exercise a little less, feel more tied, crave more sugar as well as heavy food. Although soups and stews can provide us with lots vitamins, but they are not enough.
Winter can be harsh, and it’s important to take some preventative measures to maintain your health during cold and dark seasons. It’s essential to eat healthy, and get plenty of rest during fall and winter. Additionally, with the help of the right supplements you can survive the cold months.
Here are five excellent supplements that keep me at my best during winter:
I love winter, but my skin and hair disagrees. The cold weather in the combination of the dry heat we have in our houses and office, necessarily leads to dehydrate our hair and skin.
Trichologists say that a hormonal imbalance can lead to numerous of inner and outer issues, from adult acne to weight gain. If your hormones are out of control the effects will show throughout the whole body (and that includes your hair). Then stress, iron deficiency, thyroid imbalance, vitamin B12 deficiency, extreme weight loss, age, and not taking care of your hair and skin plays a huge role.