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5 Ways to look naturally look younger

5 Ways to look naturally look younger

1. Exercise According to Dr. Oz Mehmet, the one thing that a person can do to reduce aging is exercise. Exercise helps maintain healthy weight, improves muscle mass, improves blood circulation and produces endorphins that help with stress management. One should aim for an hour of moderate exercise per day .A fast walk round the neighbourhood would suffice. 2. Skin care The first step for younger fresher skin is a great daily routine that includes; sunscreen, cleansing, moisturising and hydrating. It starts in the morning by cleansing applying a vitamin C antioxidant cream and then… Continue reading →

5 steps to a flatter tummy

5 steps to a flatter tummy

I was watching the Victoria Secret 2013 show and I kept wondering , how are this seemingly innocent no smarter than me girls manage to beat the stomach bulge. Some of the Victoria Secret models have had children like Miranda Kerr. Heidi Klum has had more than one child. Yet, they remain slim and have flat stomach. This are some of the tips that I found in common with not only the Victoria secret models but a lot of women like us who have beaten the bulge. 1. Drink plenty of water According to the… Continue reading →

Beauty Odyssey

Beauty Odyssey

“Beauty is more than skin-deep. Beauty is unique grace and confidence, a shining light that sparkles through the eyes and smile. It’s not what you look like; it’s what you project.” – Beauty Den Beauty Odyssey mainly focuses on improving our physical appearance by using cosmetics. Today I would like us to focus ourselves. I picked the term “Beauty Odyssey” because life is a journey. It’s a constant evolution and with each passing year comes changes. These changes also occur in our bodies, our looks, and our skin. How we deal with these inevitable changes… Continue reading →

HOW TO: Start the Exercise Habit

HOW TO: Start the Exercise Habit

The Exercise Habit is not the easiest habit for most people, and most people’s experiences (me included) consist of starting and stopping and starting again. Which is fine — don’t beat yourself up about it. The important thing is starting again. The Main Problems So why do most people have trouble making exercise a regular habit? Well, there are probably a number of factors, but here are the main ones: Too difficult. People set out with a lot of ambition and enthusiasm, and start out with a big goal. “I’m going to go to the… Continue reading →

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