When your wedding is just around the corner and if there ever just a was a day for you to look and feel your best, this would be it! Unfortunately, planning a wedding can be a full-time job along with your day job so self-care often gets put on the back-burner.
But don’t worry, we have got you covered. One of our vendors working in one of the best professional for facial massage in Hamilton shares few healthy hair and skin tips that don’t take much of your time, so you can look and feel amazing with almost no effort. It is also recommended to try out Eyebrows threading in Hamilton or your city to get that elegance faunting again.
- Buy a silk pillowcase
Pillowcases made of silk are a luxurious answer for smooth skin and hair and it literally works while you sleep. Normal cotton or microfiber pillowcases tend to be rough and porous, while good quality silk is very smooth. Sleeping on a pillow covered in silk reduces wrinkles and actually helps to keep your hair looking smooth and healthy.
- Eat and Drink Well
Your hair and skin are excellent indicators of your internal body health. If you aren’t feeding your body with the nutrients it needs, your skin will look dull and dry, and your hair will lose its strength and lustre. Hair is made up of keratin which is just another form of protein. If you aren’t getting enough in your diet, it will negatively affect the health of your hair. Aim for at least 80-90 grams a day, and if you’re active, it is advised to consume 1 gram per pound of your body weight. Also, aim for at least a gallon of water per day. If you feel your hair is getting frizzy and losing its lustre, you can always try out a good hair salon near you to get the best effects.
- Moisturize everything
Your skin. Your hair. Your Insides. Everything needs a good moisturising. Invest in a skincare regimen that will take care of your skin. Don’t forget to moisturize your mouth and lips. It’s hard to make dry, flaky lips look healthy and moisturized on your wedding day, so the best tactic is always taking great care of them every day.
- Don’t smoke
Smoking is very bad for your health and makes your skin look older and contributes to wrinkles. Smoking causes the the tiny blood vessels in the outermost layers of skin to become narrow, which results in a decreased blood flow and makes yor skin look paler. This also depletes the skin of oxygen and nutrients that are important for a healthy skin.
Smoking also causes damage to collagen and elastin — the fibers that give your skin strength and elasticity. In addition, the repetitive facial expressions you make when smoking — such as pursing your lips when inhaling and squinting your eyes to keep out smoke also contribute to wrinkles.