#TuloyAngGanda With Myra Holistic Skin Care

Don’t you feel down when you look at yourself in the mirror and you look pale, tired and stressed out? Dark under eyes due to lack of sleep, dull complexion because you are not getting enough exercise and enough amount of sunshine cooped up at home working on your chores and taking care of childminding duties, are but a few of the skin woes mums have, and the list goes on and on. Our skin suffers the most once we became mums and we cannot help but feel this way on occasions because we are too busy taking care of our families and running the households, that we hardly have enough time to relax, much more to engage in pursuits that help us renew our tired spirits, repair the damages in our skin brought, and protects our skin from further damage.

That is why learning all about the Myra Holistic Skin Care is such a god-send. Myra encourages us to have a holistic approach on skin care and inspires us to have beautiful skin that starts from within.

Take Care of Your Skin The Myra Holistic Skin Care Way

  • Sleep ~ the entire body, including your skin, goes into repair mode while you snooze. Help your skin cells regenerate and your facial muscles relax by making sure you catch quality sleep. Still feel like you’re not getting enough rest when you wake up in the morning? One of the reasons could be that your alarm is rousing you in the middle of your deep-sleep stage. To make mornings less of a drag—or if you know you’re only catching a few hours of shuteye—try setting a wake-up time that’s a multiple of 90 minutes. This is the length of the average sleep cycle, so you’re sure to wake up to a beautiful morning.
  • Exercise ~ Even though you know that a good work out is great for your heart, lungs, and mental outlook, chances are, you’re still not hitting the gym as much as you should. Here’s a little motivation that’ll inspire you to get moving: Regular exercise is also one of the keys to scoring healthy skin. By increasing blood flow, exercise helps nourish skin cells and keeps them vital. It also helps carry away waste products, including free radicals, from working cells. Think of it as a cleanse for your skin, but from the inside.
  • Hydrate ~ Healthy skin is well-hydrated skin. If you want your complexion to glow, you need to make sure that you’re drinking enough H20 on a daily basis. Keep this Kor water bottle on your desk at work or in your car, and remember to sip often. Want to add a little flavor? Toss in a lemon wedge or a splash of fruit juice—it’s a great substitute for sugary sodas or iced teas.
  • Eat WellDid you know that the food you eat matters to your skin almost as much as it does to your waistline? This is because your skin uses vitamins and nutrients from food to repair and rebuild damaged skin cells. Make time to plan your meals daily with the help of this Yummy Light Meals recipe book, so you don’t end up going for unhealthy options or fast food. 
  • Take Vitamin E ~ This is where the heart of Holistic Skin Care is. As you go about your usual work day, you get exposed to bad and uncontrollable free radicals that damage your cells. The result: tired-looking skin that looks dull, dry, and aging. Help your skin bounce back and recoup easily by adding a daily dose of Vitamin E to your diet. Since this vitamin isn’t produced by the body, taking a powerful Vitamin E supplement like Myra, can help. It’s rich in anti-oxidants to help boost your skin from within and also stops skin-damaging, free radicals from stealing life from your cells. The best part is, it also repairs damaged cells and works hard to protect the healthy ones. And with more healthy cells in your body, you’ll be able to have beautiful, glowing and younger-looking skin throughout the years to come.

Achieving a healthy-looking and glowing skin is not as simple as applying facial creams and lotions, it is a must that we also incorporate a healthy eating habit, as well as a healthy lifestyle in general, in our daily routine. It is also essential that you take vitamins daily to ensure yous skin’s over-all health. You owe it to yourself, and the people you love, to look your best all the time.  So, go on and start that #MyraHolistic Skin Care today, para #TuloyAngGanda! 🙂

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Mum Finds: Novuhair 3-In-1 Pack

I have heard a lot of good things about Novuhair and how it became “nature’s answer to hair loss” to a number of people, including hair care expert and beauty icon, Fanny Serrano, who also suffered from hair loss. Now, I may not have the same serious mane woes like they did, but I sure had my fair share of hair problems, starting with hair fall which all started when I got pregnant and stuck! It was a good thing I received Novuhair 3-in-1 Pack a number of weeks back.

The 3-in-1 Pack contains the following products: Novuhair Herbal Shampoo, Herbal Conditioner and Topical Scalp Lotion. As I’ve mentioned, I do not have such serious hair loss problem so I decided to share these hair products with my sisters who are also experiencing persistent hair fall. One sister took home the Shampoo, while the other one opted for the Conditioner and I was left with the Scalp Lotion to try for myself.

Novuhair 3-in-1 Pack in a nutshell

It is good news for everyone who is suffering hair loss to know that Novuhair is now available in an economical and convenient 3-in-1 Pack, with each pack containing 200ml bottles of Novuhair Herbal Shampoo, Herbal Conditioner and Topical Scalp Solution. This pack aims to provide users with the optimum benefits of Novuhair natural hair loss solution. Using a combination of these 3 products yield off an even better result compared to using them individually. These hair products contain herbal components which are most known for their scalp and hair benefits including:

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  • Ginger {Zingiber officinale} ~ enhances blood circulation and effectively grows hair and helps prevent hair fall, when combined with Aloe Vera. It also has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties
  • Malunggay {Moringa Oleifera} ~ contains thiocyanate that helps prevent hair loss
  • Ginseng {Panax Ginseng} ~ has been known for centuries for its nourishing effects on skin and scalp and aids in blood circulation
  • Gotu Kola {Centella asiatica} ~ known to naturally promote hair growth, as well as counteracts free radicals and oxidation
  • Biotin ~ a hair and nail vitamin that nourishes and strengthens hair
  • Indian gooseberry {Phyllantus emblica} ~ a hair tonic that promotes black and luxuriant hair growth
  • Vitamin B-5 {Dexapanthenol} ~ supports rejuvenation and hair growth, as well as prevent hair graying
  • Aloe Vera {Aloe barbadensis} ~ contains enzyme that stimulates new hair production, as well as acts like a natural cleanser for hair
  • Virgin Coconut Oil {Cocos Mamillaris} ~ stimulates hair follicles to promote hair growth, controls dandruff and moisturizes the scalp
  • Peppermint Oil {Mentah piperita L.} ~ most commonly used for its antiseptic and refreshing properties and is also known to relieve itching when applied topically
  • Lemongrass oil {Cymbopogon citratus} ~ helps clean hair pores leaving hair healthy and refreshed
  • Rosemary oil {Rosmarinus officinalis} ~ disinfects the scalp and improve hair health
  • Lavander oil {Lavandula officinalis} ~ stimulates hair growth and combats dandruff and also relieves itching
  • Sweet Almond oil {Prunus Amygdalus} ~ contains vitamins and minerals that provide nourishment to the hair
  • Safflower {Carthamus tinctorius} ~ protects, nourishes, hydrates and firms the hair

Novuhair Herbal Shampoo

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Gearing Up For A Very Long Weekend

That is right! We are gearing up for a very extended weekend as the provincial government declared Monday, 28 July to be a holiday for the entire province of Bulacan, making way for post-Iglesia ni Cristo Centennial clean-up operations. As we all know, Tuesday is also declared a holiday in observance of the end of Ramadan, or Eid Al -Fitr. Now what to do with this unexpected amount of free time in our hands?

Some of the items included in our 4-day weekend plan are: catching up on my blog backlogs, tackling an almost-2-weeks worth of laundry, finishing chores at home and tidying up some of our stuff that accumulated in the living room. I do hope I can also catch up on much-needed zzz, and manage to catch the President’s SONA on Monday.

The long vacay is also a perfect opportunity for me to review the little man in time for his very first major exam in school. This new mum of a schooler is more anxious than the little man about the exam, but I am sure with the right amount of preparation and studying I can get him ready in time for their exams in the mid of August. I also hope the little guy can finish some of our worksheets at home, as well as read a couple of the new books we got for him recently.

This 4-day weekend sure is a very welcome blessing and I do hope we can enjoy it and make use of it to the fullest.  😀

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