On unplugging and rejuvenating
Juice cleanses are wonderful for everyone, yet highly beneficial for those who feel perpetually sluggish, craving sugary foods or caffeine and if your skin isn't glowing like you want it to be you’ll be amazed what a Juice Cleanse can achieve. We love the Radiance juice cleanses. They create high quality, raw and unpasteurized, cold-pressed juices from fresh organic ingredients. They also have a fab support network to help you before, during and after your cleanse, to ensure that the programme gives you lasting benefits and isn't just a quick fix.
If you're unplugging, t's also a great time to indulge in a treat or two. When using cosmeceutical products it is key to have rejuvenating facials to complement what you're using at home. Lisa recommends a maintenance facial once a month as skin cells rejuvenate themselves every 27 days. Your monthly facial will penetrate deep into the epidermis and transform these younger layers, as well as encouraging exfoliation of older skin cells. Over the course of several months this will help any skin concern you may have, whether it be rosacea, pigmentation, blemishes, acne, large pores, texture, fine lines, wrinkles or sagging skin, and will enable more radiant, youthful cells to come through, giving you beautifully radiant looking skin.
For more on our treatments contact us at the clinic on 020 77520217.
With summer upon us, there's lots of talk about unplugging and taking some time away from technology to refresh and rejuvenate. It's definitely a great idea as we get the chance to relax and unwind on vacation, but which steps to take and how can we best utilise the time to rejuvenate our bodys and souls. Lisa has some great tips if you are looking for a little digital detox.
Firstly, how about taking time out for a Juice Cleanse. Juice Cleanses are very popular at the moment and for all the right reasons, they can help you feel cleaner and lighter, more energised and revitalised. They help us become more aware of what we are putting into our body, as well as giving our bodies the chance for rest and rebalance.
Every once in a while it's also good for your overall health and well being to take some time out away from technology. Turn your phone off and log out of your work email for the weekend, this will allow you to recover from the demands of your job so when it comes to Monday morning you'll be fresh for the working week. Powering down betters your people skills, have your conversations the old fashioned way, face to face rather than texting. Life is still about eye contact, life is at its best when it's happening right in front of you.