With the end of the year, holiday festivities are giving way to the season of resolutions. And as important as it is to do a little year-in-review, we thought it would be more fun to look forward and ask: How are we going to make this upcoming year our healthiest, most productive, and happier? Here are some thoughts:
Exercise hard…most of the time
We’re about to see a move toward recovery and regeneration. “For the last couple of years, there has been a perception that in order to get in shape, or just train in general, that you had to ‘crush it,’” says Matthew N. Berenc, director of the Equinox Training Institute. “By honoring the ideas of recovery and regeneration, people will see better and longer-lasting results. And everyone can benefit from moving away from high intensity all the time and instead varying workout levels and planned recovery."
Regeneration of your skin
Hydrofoils have similar properties to essential oils but are much less concentrated plus contain all the beneficial components that whole plant materials have to offer. Spray on a moist face for great regeneration and added moisture to your skin.
Exfoliating is essential to renewing your skin and one of the gentlest and moisturizing ways is with Verbena Sugar Scrub. Add this renewal treatment one a week and enjoy a renewed and much softer skin.
Sleep, the ultimate rejuvenation!
A great night's sleep can be even more important to health than an extra workout. A warm bath with Lavender Rose Siesta Salts will relax your muscles and aid in a restful and rejuvenating sleep.
Make your 2016 the year of rejuvenation!