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Health and fitness are a priority in American life. Now, in the last decade of the 20th century, life is increasingly fast-paced and stressful. The mind/body/spirit connection is part of the mix in the modern search for healthy living. We all are looking for ways to reduce stress, tap into the body’s own resources and stimulate natural healing.
Here are a few basic wellness services that you might want
try; be sure to ask your skin care specialist for more detailed
information.

Aromatherapy—fragrant essential plant, herb and flower oils
relax, reduce stress and stimulate the production of natural
brain chemicals that provide healing.

Ayurvedic therapy—the ancient Indian science of life offers a variety of massage treatments tailored to the client’s specific needs based on body type and lifestyle. A system of healing using combinations of herbs and oils.

Body glow—an exfoliating treatment employing a coarse, granular substance such as mineral-rich sea salt, applied to the skin and rubbed off with dry brush. Usually followed by a wrap.

Body wrap—herbs, seaweed, mud or other therapeutic substances are applied directly to the body. The body is mummy-wrapped, promoting penetration.

Crania-sacral therapy—a stress and headache reliever, this
massage technique involves a gentle laying-on of the hands,
usually centering on the head.

Exfoliation—a treatment used in facials, body wraps, glows
and polishes to slough off dead cells and promote circu­lation.

Hydrotherapy—a type of body treatment that involves immer­sion in water.

Reflexology—the application of pressure to areas of the feet, and sometimes the hands and ears, using a “map” of points that correspond to body systems or specific organs, to promote relaxation and healing.

Shiatsu—is a word that means “finger pressure” and is the ancient Japanese acupressure massage involving the use of palms, fingers, elbows and forearms. It relieves stress, tension and headaches.

Swedish massage—a well-known massage therapy using long,
even connective strokes to deepen relaxation and improve
circulation.

Thalassotherapy—hydrotherapy and massage employing sea­weed and sea water. Vitamins, minerals and trace ele­ments hydrate, heal, nourish and rejuvenate the skin, restoring moisture and elasticity.

The Four Pillars of Health
The four pillars of health include:

Mindset—Stay inspired and develop a positive attitude to­ward yourself and your health.

Diet—Treat yourself to a healthy diet that is low in saturated fat, high in soluble and insoluble fiber, and high in raw food and carbohydrates.

Exercise—Do aerobic and resistance exercise every other day or three times a week.

Rest—Get enough sound sleep. Your body repairs and bal­ances itself while you are asleep.

—From the premier issue of Discovery, a publication of Epic uren, Inc., Mission Viejo, CA
Did You Know ?
Lifestyle can be a major con­tributor to acne. Do you travel a lot, work late hours, eat an un­balanced diet, or live under extreme stress or in an environ­ment that has constant air condi­tioning or dry heat? If acne is a problem with your skin, ask your skin care professional about treatment options.

During the winter season, many experience dry, tight-feeling skin. Often, this discomfort is attributed to the cold weather. However, the true culprit of flaky, irritated skin is the winter’s excessive dryness, not its chilling temperatures. Heaters in cars and buildings, in combination with the dry winter air, rob the skin of its moisture.
The following tips can help you maintain healthy looking
skin in the midst of winter’s harsh weather conditions:
· Drink plenty of water. Drink at least eight glasses of water a day. This helps protect the skin from the dryness of winter.
· Apply sun block daily. Always wear sun block under your makeup. It will help protect against wind and harsh elements, and is a necessity during winter weather. A sunscreen with a protection rating of at least SPF 15 is recommended.
· Moisturize. Apply a rich moisturizing cream every night. Ask your esthetician which moisturizer you should use for
your skin type.
· Eat healthy foods. Eat a healthy diet of fresh fruits and vegetables. Like water, fruits and vegetables help maintain
healthy-looking skin.
· Apply foot cream. Many people forget to take care of their feet. During the winter, moisturizing them is a must! For an at-home winter pedicure, soak feet for 15 minutes at night. Then towel them off and use a pumice stone to remove any dead skin and calluses. Afterward, apply a rich moisturizing cream and wear socks to bed. In the morning, you’ll be amazed with the soft and smooth feel of your feet.


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