How Lifestyle Effects Skin

Stress one of the greatest enemies of the skin. Lack of sleep, nerves, worries and tight schedules are all situations that are reflected in the face through lack of light, acne, ageing, bags or swelling.

As a therapist, you need to know how to instil in your clients the need to create a perfect combination of cosmetics and healthy lifestyle habits for their best skin.

– Mindfulness: very important. Being well with oneself helps to be in harmony with everything else. Meditating, looking for that moment to stop the mind directly influences a persons mood and makes us feel better both inside and out, and that is reflected in the skin. Help your clients to achieve an atmosphere of relaxation and well-being. Preparing your treatment rooms with aromatic candles, warm light, a relaxing aroma and pleasant music helps to quickly transport clients into a state of calmness. 

– Eat well, eat healthy: We are what we eat. Many of the foods that make up our diet have a direct influence on our skin. Citrus fruits, nuts or vegetables are ideal for taking care of the skin from the inside, out. Remind your clients of the importance of combining body treatments such as Body Sculpt with balanced diets is also a great way for their whole body to feel rejuvenated and lighter. 

– Move: dance, walk, jump … whatever! Moving is essential. Sweating eliminates toxins that the body accumulates throughout the day. At least 30 minutes of movement a day is enough to enjoy healthier skin.

Now it is in your hands. If your clients understand the importance of finding a cosmetic and lifestyle balance: the daily care of their skin with a personalised routine and the well-being of body and mind will have them glowing in no time. Because what we feel on the inside is reflected on the outside.

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