Natural Anti Aging and Rosacea Blog
In 1968, during a long and difficult delivery of her first child, Hermine Zubko suffered a hairline crack of a spinal bone in her lower back. In the weeks
and months that followed Zubko experienced intermittent sever back pain. Over time, the pain became constant and frequently disabled her.
“There were many occasions when I couldn’t sit, bend, stand or walk without excruciating pain”, she says. Zubko was forced to give up her hair salon business.
The pain had become overwhelming forcing her to try anti-inflammatories. She took them on and off but they gave her stomach pain and diarrhea.
When you reach a more mature age, there are a few subtle changes you can make to your makeup routine to focus and highlight different areas of your face. If you’re interested in finding out a few tips read on. The Right Foundation We have spoken about this in quite a few blog posts recently, but it really is one of the most important steps to getting your makeup look right. Making sure you are using the right colour for you. (If you have been using the same colour for quite some time it might be worth switching it up a bit to ...Read More
We all know the saying about ageing gracefully. But what if some of us don’t want to age? Maybe we want to have some control over how quickly we age and can relate more to former Friends star Courtney Cox’s saying “Ageing gracefully is one thing, but trying to slow it down is another.” We are able to slow down the process if we are proactive and put into place a few simple rules to follow. These include:- Sticking To A Daily Skincare Routine This means cleansing every morning and evening, moisturising and using a treatment...Read More
Magnesium is an amazing muscle relaxant. I already knew this however, on a recent skiing trip I was so pleased at just how quickly magnesium worked to relax my aching thighs and sore neck muscles from the many skiing tumbles! Early into the trip I had my Magnesium roller bottle circulating throughout the group who were also suffering various aches and pains with many genuinely surprised at the instant relief received. There is no doubt, I don’t think I would’ve been able to get through six days of back to back skiing without my Magnesium! ...Read More
Have you ever noticed a women wearing the wrong colour foundation? I have and it was only just the other day. The colour was much too pale and it did not look at all natural which reminded me how important it is to get this step right in your makeup routine. It also made me think of mineral makeup foundation and how easy it is to achieve a natural look without having “caked on” look too. Mineral makeup foundation also has many healthy skin benefits plus a host of other benefits too. These benefits include-: Waterproof - works just as well at the gym or pool as it does the office. Minerals...Read More
Pimples and acne are difficult to contend with on a daily basis. Not only just from a product standpoint but in severe cases self confidence among other things can also be affected. When dealing with these skin issues there are a couple of ways to go about it and in most cases just like our belief when dealing with pain, the best way is to tackle it both internally and topically. In regards to internally, there are certain supplements that you can consider to help strengthen the immune system and can assist with a healthy and smooth...Read More
There are many vitamins that are used in skincare preparations to help improve skin’s health, one in particular that plays a very important role is Vitamin A. So what does Vitamin A help with exactly? Restoring Sun Damaged Skin Back To Health A lack of Vitamin A in the skin leads to skin looking aged and tired. By regularly (I mean daily) replenishing our skin with Vitamin A, will help to lessen the effects of issues...Read More
If it’s health and well-being you are wanting for 2018 then why not consider the nutritional supplement, MSM? MSM is a source of organic sulphur, one of the principal elements found in the body, absolutely essential for man, animals, plants and mico-organisms. "Sulfur is the eighth most abundant element in all living organisms. In our bodies, it forms part of virtually all tissue, especially those highest in protein, such as red blood cells, muscles, skin and hair," explains Dr Stanley Jacobs in the book, The Miracle of MSM. Unfortunately, as we age our MSM levels decline, and so by supplementing with MSM we are able to provide the body's requirement...Read More
Exercising regularly has many benefits as I am sure you already know. Benefits that extend to not only your physical and mental well-being but a host of many other extras like increased energy, better sleep and can be very positive socially too. According to recent research Australian’s over 40 are not exercising as much as they should and “only around one in 10 Australians over the age of 50 exercises enough to gain any cardiovascular benefit. Some estimates suggest that about half of the physical decline associated with old age may be due to a lack of physical activity.” ...Read More
The cause for migraines is still not known, Dr Carolyn Dean explains, “they are thought to be due to an imbalance in brain chemicals that can lead to inflammation. The low grade inflammation can cause brain blood vessels to swell and irritate nearby nerves and cause pain. However, what researchers are not considering is that magnesium deficiency will make the smooth muscles of blood vessels more irritable and susceptible to inflammation. The same thing happens with nerves. In magnesium deficiency nerve cells become more irritated. It all makes sense if you consider magnesium deficiency as an underlying trigger to migraines”,...Read More