I think this goes without saying, that everyone wants great skin (not just brides). But with my wedding coming up I’ve taken some extra secure precautions to make sure my skin is glowy and fabulous for the events coming up.
If you're new to the preventative game like me, you may be confused what the heck a med spa is. I was too, trust me! I've always been into the wellness game from doing yoga to lifting in the gym to talking walks but to be honest I had never really considered my skin as a preventative to (insert your insecurity or pain point here ;-)).
If you haven't seen on Instagram, myself and a friend have created a bi-monthly event that brings bloggers away from their computers and phones to connect and get content together in just a few hours. Here’s our biggest challenges so far…
I remember the day I realized I was "the mean one" in the office. I had just yelled at a coworker and told her it was useless to assign her any sort of work because it won't be done correctly or in a timely manner. The conference room went quiet.
The meeting ended, my coworker and I made a silent decision to stay behind and talk in private.
Salt has gotten a bad rap. Yes, in large amounts it can raise blood pressure and be detrimental to your heart health. But, in small, natural doses (so no, I'm not encouraging that prepackaged meal from the store with 900 mg of sodium) it's actually extremely beneficial to your body.
How Salt Can Benefit You:
1. Regulates acidity in the body.
2. Balances sugar levels
3. Enhances nutrient absorption
4. Maintains electrolyte balance in the body
5. Regulates water around the cells in your body
Here's a Recipe To Try:
Pink Himalayan Salt
What to do:
Squeeze lime over slices
Take a pinch of salt over the slices
I said it was easy ;-) Anytime you're feeling a little dehydration, tired, or weak- check out this recipe to improve the rest of your day!