Are you someone that wakes up with a bird's nest of tangled hair and the occasional crease mark on your face? Do you routinely apply a luxurious face serum, cream or oil to your skin in the evenings? Do you sleep on a pillowcase made from cotton? If you answered "yes" to either of these questions, best to keep reading.
Doing what I do, I am extremely fortunate to meet some truly inspiring and exceptional people across all areas of wellbeing, as I love to constantly challenge myself and look at new ways to pamper my body and mind.
For years, doctors have repeatedly told us that the sun is bad for us and that it causes cancer. The fact is, the majority of all living things require sun to survive. The key is balance, and using your commonsense to avoid getting sunburned.
With Valentine's Day in the air, what a great excuse to pamper yourself with roses.
With the summer sun out in full force and many of us opting to take advantage of the holiday season, beautiful beaches and long lazy days soaking up the sunshine I feel compelled to talk about aloe vera.
A recent trip through Asia has inspired me to share one of the best kept secrets in the world to pamper your body and hair.
I love a good facial, but to be honest, it's painfully hard finding a good one. In the beauty world most products contain a frightening concoction of ingredients that are not only damaging to the natural physiology of your skin but also can leave you looking worse than before entering the day spa.
I have a new love that has been energising and relaxing me for the past six weeks: the new self-healing acupressure pranamat.
I was recently fortunate enough to discover Aura-Soma, a unique system that works with your spiritual and emotional wellbeing and which essentially moves you toward a deeper understanding of yourself.
Increase your energy, soften your skin and add shine to your hair with apple cider vinegar.