With the advent of x number of skin care routine, there are two basic essentials that sets the stage. In every comprehensive routine, don’t misled yourself into thinking that the basic is less effective.
Let’s start with water. Not just for the skin but drinking water is good for the overall health. If your skin lacks hydration, it will dramatically become dry and flaky. Drinking at least 8 glasses a day is not just cliche but something we should religiously heed on because it helps get rid of our toxins.
The skin is the largest organ in our body and it is just fitting that it deserves the best kind of treatment there is. I’m always at work and my skin is exposed to harsh conditions everyday. It makes sense that I devote an hour of my time to see my derma and not pass up on a good basic facial. And when it calls for anything beyond the usual treatment, I know I can still count on my derma.
Any standard derma time for me is relaxing. It always feel like hitting the spa and I cherish it a lot. Don’t fall into the routine of only seeing your derma until there is a problem. In a holistic view, prevention is always better than cure!
My idea of a beach bum heaven is always made up of two elements – Shake and Spa.
For quite sometime now, I’ve been guzzling watermelon shakes because it is refreshing and healthy at once. Just recently, I finished glasses of watermelon shake while basking under the Boracay sun at the hilltop of Mandala Spa and Resort Villas Boracay. I easily tune into relaxation mode by having fruity shakes at Mandala’s airy villa interiors and getting the vibe of its historical charm from the wooden carvings.
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“The first mile is mental. The rest are all heart.” -Summer Sanders
Hello, world! If you are one of those people who is feeling stuck in the mundane, then you are not alone. On my way to my running routine today, I felt the urge to finally move forward in the digital course as well. Realising that opportunities in life don’t always fall in our laps, I’m trying my shot at one thing that’s holding me back. I’ve always been hesitant to write a blog because like running, the stamina requirement is taxing. It entails a great amount of focus to sustain and hurdle the setbacks. But if one doesn’t start moving, then you’ll never know what awaits you right?
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