wellness-blog

  • With summer in full swing, we all want to soak up as much great weather as we can. Why not take advantage of everything the season has to offer by taking your fitness goals outdoors too?

    If you want to exercise outside, but aren’t sure where to start, here are a few ideas to get you started.

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  • Summer activities are great, but summer acne? Not so much. If this season causes your skin to stress out, a soothing mask might be in order.

    However, instead of turning to a premade formula from a cosmetics store, why not make your own mask? Using natural ingredients, it’s simple to soothe, moisturize, and refresh your face throughout the summer.

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  • What better way to beat the heat than with a delicious popsicle? Nothing refreshes on a scorching day quite like an icy treat pulled straight from the freezer. Best of all, there is one for every palate—and diet.

    Making your own popsicles at home is surprisingly simple. All you’ll need is a set of popsicle moulds and a bag of popsicle sticks, both of which can be easily found online or at your nearest home goods store.

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  • Not getting enough sleep can be detrimental to our overall health. It is a difficult habit to break, but with a little help from a sleep aid, you may just be drifting off to dreamland sooner than you think. 

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  • If you’re moving towards using more natural products in your home, why not grow your own?

    One of the most useful natural products you can grow in your own home is aloe vera. A lush succulent with long, thick branches, aloe vera is known for its many useful properties. 

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  • You have probably spotted matcha popping up everywhere lately, from the menu at your local coffee shop to your favourite frozen desserts.

    But what is matcha exactly? And what are the benefits?

    Matcha is a variety of green tea, but it is grown differently. The leaves are covered for 20 – 30 days before harvesting, which boosts the plant’s chlorophyll and gives it that distinctive electric green colour. The resulting tea leaves are chock full of nutrients—and flavour. 

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