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4 Labor Day Survival Tips 500 332 Facercise

4 Labor Day Survival Tips

body sculptingWhen you follow a No Lipo Lipo body sculpting regimen and healthy diet, you don’t want anything to compromise your results. With Labor Day festivities on the horizon, there may be some temptation in your near future. The good news is, you can stay on track and still enjoy yourself. By following my tips below, you can indulge without derailing all your hard work. Have a great Labor Day weekend and be safe.

1. Get your ZZZs

Studies show that the less rest we get, the hungrier we are the next day. If you’re plan to attend a bbq, wedding, party or special event this weekend, get adequate sleep the night before. You’ll look well-rested and will make better choices at the buffet table. Plus, you’ll get better results from exercise when you sleep well the night before. Which leads us to…

2. Exercise

Just because it’s a holiday weekend doesn’t mean it’s time to take a break from your exercise routine. In fact, you have extra time on your hands if you don’t have to work, so there are no excuses. Working out increases your energy levels and revs your metabolism. It will also help you burn off some of the extra calories you may consume at those Labor Day fetes. Don’t forget the healthy glow you’ll get from the boost in circulation.

3. Dry Brush

A great way to help detoxify your skin and body is with dry brushing. It boosts circulation and stimulates the lymphatic system, which flushes the toxins from your system. Dry brushing will also give your skin a healthy glow that will make you feel confident if you’ll be wearing a bathing suit or summer-y clothes.

4. Make Good Choices

While you may have some incredible spreads to enjoy, you don’t need to try everything offered. Start by filling up your plate with some low-calorie, fiber-rich options like veggies and fruit. Let your healthy choices digest for a bit so that you’re not as hungry and then proceed to enjoy small portions of some of your favorites. You’ll eat much less than if you went full steam from the get go. Also, don’t just eat something because it’s there; only indulge in foods that you really like.

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How to Treat a Sunburn 500 403 Facercise

How to Treat a Sunburn

facial exercisesNo matter how many times we’re reminded about the dangers of UV rays, every once in awhile we get sunburned. Whether you forgot to apply your daily sunscreen after your facial exercises or simply underestimated the weather, a sunburn is no joke. It directly damages the DNA of skin cells, causing wrinkles, sun spots—or worse—skin cancer. A sunburn can also be very painful.

If you experience a sunburn, there are remedies that can help relieve the symptoms, expedite healing and minimize damage. Read on for some tips for treating sunburns.

Stay Out of the Sun

The minute you feel a sunburn coming on, get out of the sun so that you don’t experience further damage. If you already have a sunburn, stay away from the sun altogether until it’s completely healed.

Draw a Cool Bath

Take a cool bath with a few tablespoons of baking soda and/or Epsom salts to cool and soothe your sunburn. Avoid soap, as it can further dry out the skin. While taking a cool shower sounds like a good idea, the continuous spray of water can prove to be more irritating.

Try a Chamomile Compress

Many people reach for ice though it’s too cold and may be irritating. Instead make a cool compress with chamomile tea to soothe burned skin.

Moisturize

Immediately after your bath or leaving the sun, slather on a creamy lotion or our Nourishing E Oil to rehydrate. The dangerous ultraviolet rates that cause sunburns also produce free radicals that damage the skin. The antioxidant content of vitamin E kelps fight this damage.

Apply Aloe Vera

Slather pure aloe vera all over your body to soothe skin and expedite healing. Aloe has powerful anti-inflammatory properties and has a cooling effect on burnt skin.

Pop an Advil

Over-the-counter ibuprofen can reduce inflammation and ease the symptoms of a sunburn.

Learn your lesson and do whatever you can to avoid scorching your precious skin in the future. Wear sunscreen every day, rain or shine, to avoid that blazing red look that causes so much damage.

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7 Tips for Fighting Wrinkles Naturally 400 266 Facercise

7 Tips for Fighting Wrinkles Naturally

facial exercisesMany clients write me to ask how they can supplement their regimen of facial exercises. It’s really more than just tips and tricks—you need to implement a healthy antiaging lifestyle. This requires adopting habits and behaviors that stave off wrinkles and promote healthy skin, while avoiding those that don’t. Here are seven ways to help fight off the signs of aging and look your very best.

1. Don’t Smoke!

One of the worst things you can do for your overall health and beauty is to smoke. It causes those unsightly wrinkles around your mouth and constricts blood vessels, which makes your skin lose its luster. It also hampers the blood supply to skin tissue, which decreases firmness and elasticity and causes uneven skin tone. Do whatever you need to in order to stop this dangerous habit.

2. Hydrate

Drink lots of water and antioxidant-rich green tea to moisturize your skin from within. This will help your skin glow and flush the toxins from your body.

3. Eat an Antioxidant-Rich Diet

Studies show that foods with a high antioxidant content helps slow down the aging process and boosts your overall health. Dark-colored produce tends to be loaded with antioxidants, so reach for berries, red grapefruit, tomatoes, dark leafy veggies and bell peppers. Avocados are also packed with antioxidants, as well as healthy fats.

4. Wear Sunscreen Daily

Apply sunscreen daily, rain or shine. This will help prevent future sun damage and combat the formation of new fine lines, wrinkles and unsightly hyperpigmentation.

5. Exfoliate Regularly

Exfoliation is key to sloughing away dead skin cells to reveal a healthier glow. Use my Face Lift to Go on a weekly basis to exfoliate, tighten and firm your skin. It’s an excellent way to prepare for a special event.

6. Use Upward Motions

Apply cleansers and topical skin products using an upward motion. When we use a downward motion, this pulls collagen downward, which can actually creating wrinkling.

7. Do Facial Exercises Daily

Facercise daily to decrease fine lines and wrinkles, boost collagen production and stimulate circulation to produce a youthful glow.

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5 Ways Smoking Harms Your Looks 500 333 Facercise

5 Ways Smoking Harms Your Looks

facial exercisesWhen you do facial exercises daily and stick to a consistent skin care program, it makes no sense to smoke. Cigarettes contains a multitude of damaging substances that harm your looks and your overall health. Tobacco smoke can lead to both cardiovascular and lung disease, as well as various forms of cancers, including lung, throat, mouth, esophagus, kidney, liver and pancreas.

Smoking cigarettes wreaks serious havoc on your skin. It causes infections and skin disorders, slows down wound healing and causes premature aging. Read on to learn about five ways that smoking harms your appearance.

1. Fine Lines and Wrinkles

Smokers typically get vertical lip lines, called “Smoker’s Lines,” caused by the repetition of the movement associated with smoking—but that’s not the only wrinkles smoking causes. Cigarette smoke constricts the blood vessels, which ultimately reduces the blood supply to the skin cells. This dries out the skin and depletes collagen, which leads to the increased appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and furrows. Cigarettes also reduce levels of vitamin A, which dries the skin out even more.

2. Dull, Grey Skin Tone

Tobacco smoke is rich in carbon monoxide and nicotine, which hinders oxygen supply to skin cells and slows circulation. This replaces that youthful glow with a dull, grey skin tone and causes blood vessels in the face to appear more prominent. Smoking also depletes important nutrients such as vitamin C, which helps repair damage and brightens skin.

3. Under-eye Bags

Smokers have more difficulty sleeping than non-smokers. Lack of sleep coupled with the oxidative stress tobacco smoke causes leads to puffy eyes and those unsightly bags that are so difficult to eliminate. Many smokers also suffer from baggy eyelids.

4. Stretch Marks and Sagging Skin

Nicotine attacks the skin’s connective tissue, which depletes its strength and elasticity. This causes the skin to take on a sagging appearance and leads to the formation of stretch marks.

5. Yellow Teeth

Smokers can say goodbye to dazzling white teeth—nicotine stains them and gives them an ugly yellow color. Smoking also increases the risk of gum disease and oral cancer and can ultimately contribute to permanent tooth loss. In addition to discoloring teeth, smoking can cause the tongue to turn a dark, sometimes black color.

If you’re a smoker, do whatever you can to quit now and do facial exercises to help undo some of the damage. Click here to learn about Facercise, our system of facial exercises that takes 10 years off your looks.