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6 Post-Thanksgiving Detox Tips 500 333 Facercise

6 Post-Thanksgiving Detox Tips

body sculptingThanksgiving weekend can result in overindulging in many ways—excess sugar, less sleep, skipped workouts and libations. This wreaks havoc on your looks, energy levels and overall wellness. The good news is, there are ways to detox and rejuvenate if you’re feeling the aftermath of Thanksgiving.

Read on for our favorite post-Thanksgiving recovery tips.

1. Get Moving

A great way to make progress on the road to recovery is to exercise A good strength training workout is your best bet, but anything from a walk, jog or Pilates session to swimming or cardio is going to help. If you can, take a walk and do a workout. The best thing you can do is get your blood pumping and burn some extra calories!

2. Lemon Water

Skip the latte and hydrate instead with some warm detoxifying lemon water. It will rev your metabolism, promotes healthy digestion and helps fight bloating.

3. Green Juice

Fresh green juice will boost the detox process while providing your body with important nutrients to fuel your day. Seek out fresh cold pressed juice made with organic ingredients for best results.

4. Have Tea Time

Sip green tea throughout the day to hydrate and boost your metabolism. Green tea contains catechins, which may help break down excess fat, and caffeine for an added energy boost.

5. Dry Brush

Dry brushing sloughs off excess dead skin while kickstarting the lymphatic system, which is responsible for eliminating waste from our bodies. It also stimulates circulation and imparts a healthy glow to your skin. Combine it with No Lipo Lipo for some serious body sculpting.

5. Do No Lipo Lipo Body Sculpting Massage

No Lipo Lipo will boost lymphatic drainage even further. This incredible body sculpting massage also helps firms and lift your skin so that it looks more toned and youthful.

Start your morning with these steps and you’ll feel like a new you before stepping foot out the door. Read more about the No Lipo Lipo body sculpting technique here.

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6 Tips for Avoiding Thanksgiving Weight Gain 500 333 Facercise

6 Tips for Avoiding Thanksgiving Weight Gain

facial exercisesThanksgiving is here and with it comes loads of temptation. If you’ve been exercising, dry brushing and body sculpting with No Lipo Lipo, you don’t want the holiday to turn into an all-out binge. You can still enjoy Thanksgiving without getting off track by practicing moderation and sticking to healthy habits as much as possible.

These expert tips will help you maintain your physique through the holiday without feeling deprived.

1. Don’t Arrive Hungry

One of the worst things people do is skip meals so they can go all out at Thanksgiving dinner. This is a big mistake—you’re bound to overeat if you sit down for a big meal on a grumbling stomach. Skipping meals also slows your metabolism, which can signal your body to store fat. Eat a light protein-based breakfast and lunch, and have a small snack an hour or a half hour before eating dinner.

2. Wear Form Fitting Clothes

Don’t dress in baggy, saggy clothes for your holiday meals. Wear something formfitting and snug so that you’ll feel uncomfortable faster if you start eating too much. Make it a goal to get through the meal without having to unbutton anything.

3. Choose White Meat

Skinless white meat from turkey breast is much lighter and leaner than dark meat. It’s an excellent source of lean protein and contains only one gram of fat. Lean protein is key for a meal like Thanksgiving—it fills us up and promotes healthy digestion. Turkey also contains beneficial levels of potassium, zinc, iron, B vitamins and tryptophan.

4. Limit Alcohol Intake

Alcohol is filled with empty calories, so limit or avoid it altogether at calorie-laden meals like Thanksgiving.

5. Avoid Gravy

Gravy tends to contain lots of fat and sodium. At a meal packed with so much flavor, you really won’t miss adding gravy to the mix.

6. Stick to Your Regimen

Squeeze in some exercise Thanksgiving morning and follow your normal dry brushing and No Lipo Lipo body sculpting routines.

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6 Fall Skin Care Tips 500 333 Facercise

6 Fall Skin Care Tips

facial exercisesIt’s official—fall is in full swing! We love this time of year because you can undo some of the damage you may have done this summer. Facial exercises may rock but they don’t prevent sun damage!

As we head into colder temperatures, it’s important to adjust your skin care regimen accordingly. Below are a few tips for improving the appearance of your skin this season.

1. Replenish Moisture

When summer humidity disappears, we need to compensate to keep skin hydrated. Swap out lightweight moisturizer for a thicker cream that helps retain moisture and protect your skin’s barrier. This is especially important for your nighttime regimen, so that the skin can rehydrate during its rejuvenation process.

2. Cut Back on Exfoliation

Reduce exfoliation during this time of year. The colder, drier environment will not buffer the effects of exfoliation like summer humidity does. It’s still important to exfoliate—just a little less frequently. An excellent way to slough off the excess without irritation is to do a Face Lift to Go every seven to 10 days.

3. Continue Using Sunscreen

Just because summer’s over, that doesn’t mean it’s a free-for-all in the sun! UV radiation presents all year long, making sunscreen critical, rain or shine. Apply our Protective Sunblock SPF 30 every single day.

4. Add Vitamin C

Vitamin C acts a backup for sunscreen—it fights off UV damage that may not be fully blocked by sunscreen. It also promotes collagen production, brightens your complexion and reduces the appearance of sun spots and hyperpigmentation. Use a topical like our Vitamin C Complex serum and increase your citrus consumption.

5. Take Care of Your Hands

Hands need just as much attention, especially with drier air in the environment. Invest in a rich hand cream—you can even use your face moisturizer. Apply sunscreen to your hands religiously.

6. Schedule Monthly Treatments

Commit to monthly skin care treatments in the hands of an expert—all year long!

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5 Ways to Turn Back the Clock 500 333 Facercise

5 Ways to Turn Back the Clock

facial exercises programSkip the fillers! Here are some excellent ways to complement your facial exercises program so that you can look younger and more beautiful, while turning back the clock.

1. Quit Using Straws

When you consistently purse your lips to sip through a straw, you’re causing wrinkles to form around your mouth. Drink straight from a cup or bottle to fend off those unsightly lines.

2. Avoid Smoking

This is the ultimate rule when it comes to better skin and slower aging. Smoking causes wrinkles around the lips and mouth, as well as crow’s feet from squinting to avoid getting smoke in your eyes. It also clogs pores and slows down cellular repair. Let’s not forget those old-looking, yellow teeth is causes.

3. Get Tinted Windows

Research shows that commuters develop the signs of aging more quickly on the left side of their face. Our driver’s side gets much more exposure to the sun, even when the window is closed. Tint the windows of your car to help prevent this kind of damage.

4. Use a Retinol Product

Retinol is critical for fighting the signs of aging, including hyperpigmentation, age spots, wrinkles and fine lines. It exfoliates dead skin cells to reveal fresher looking skin and impart a healthy glow. Try my Retinol Cream Conditioner for gentle but effective results.

5. Eat an Antioxidant-Rich Diet

Antioxidants help you fight the signs of aging and boost your overall health. They fight the inflammation that causes skin damage, pain and the development of chronic illnesses and diseases. Some excellent sources include grapes, dark green vegetables, artichokes, kidney beans, pecans, sweet potatoes, squash, apples, prunes, black plums, green tea and dark chocolate. Berries are also great sources—the darker the color, the higher the antioxidant content. Try everything from cranberries, goji berries and strawberries to blackberries, blueberries and raspberries.

Click through to learn more about our amazing facial exercises program and how it will change your life.