Looking after yourself should be a priority, not an occasional treat

It's really interesting when I talk to clients who have concerns with their skin, they tell me how bad they feel about their skin, yet when I ask them what they have been doing, they tell me nothing. Or worse, they eat foods they know are bad for them, they don't exercise regularly, they don't get enough sleep, they don't "have the time" to come in for regular facials or don't have the time to look after their skin at home.

If you keep doing the same things, you will keep getting the same results. How can you expect things to change if you don't change? Don't you agree?

When I drill down further, it's not always because people are lazy or they don't know what to do. In most cases, it's because they don't think they are important enough. Everybody else is more important: their children, their husband, their boss, their family and their friends. They put themselves last, and end up stressed, worn out, fatigued, sick, tired, apathetic, depressed, suffering anxiety, and in some cases end up resentful and angry. Have you been feeling this way? It's a clear sign you need to pay more attention to yourself. 

You know what you need, just listen to your body, and don't ignore the signs. They will just get worse. Your body has an inner intelligence and it will tell you what it needs to be healthy and happy.

Your skin is a reflection of your inner health and state of being. If you have skin rashes, inflammation, sensitivities, allergies, breakouts, acne, pigmentation, premature ageing, fluid retention, puffiness, or sallow, dull skin, it's time to look at your lifestyle and your beauty routine. If you take the time to look after yourself and your skin, you'll feel so much better. You know that. Put yourself first. 

Looking after yourself should be a priority, not an occasional treat.

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