The heat of summer has definitely arrived in Southwest Louisiana as it has in many other areas of the world.
Physical activity stresses the body, but heat increases that stress even more. Although, acclimatizing can reduce the severity of stress on your body, it's not likely that can be done every time. The effects include anything from heat rash to heat stroke.
Some of the warning signs to look for include:
By consistently drinking lots of pure water and taking your time when introducing your body to a new environment you can minimize the stress of heat. Make sure to get some rest and relaxation to give your body time to heal itself.
A face is the first thing a person looks at when speaking to you. Do you often worry about someone finding a flaw on yours or do you love your face and have no worries at all.
Many people think about another looking at their face and wondering if they will find something that we see in the mirror and are troubled by, but often attempt to cover.
Facials help with warding off wrinkles and keeping skin hydrated. Often your face will reflect the bad habits or troubled minds that we have. Facials remove the blackheads, exfoliate dry skin, fade dark spots, and remove evidence of bad habits.
As we age, our skin care needs change. Think of your face like raisin bran. It starts off supple like a grape, then you'll have some bran flakes, and then the raisins arrive. With a professional facial you remain in soft, shiny grape phase.
Deep-clean facials draw out impurities. Adult acne strikes 1 in 5 women between 25 and 40 years of age. This is one fact that I definitely experience. If you are prone to them, like myself, facials help this. Acne was not something that I had to worry about in my teens, but as an adult, I'm very susceptible.
Hormones, stress, environments, habits, and diet all play a huge part in what our face looks and feels like. Take care of your face and by getting regular facials to keep your youthful plump grape cells.
Love Your Face Now and It Will thank you later!. It's never too late to reverse the damage that has been done.
Nicky Stansbury is the owner of La Palmera Spa & Nicholyn Coaching. She loves motivating people and helping them manage their stress appropriately.