Keep 2019 going strong……
You heard it here first, folks. January is for natural rejuvenate. This means healthier, “younger” skin, a clean body, and a restful soul. Let’s look at what this means.
The holidays are behind us and a whole new year is in front of us. This is the point where we ask you “what are you going to make of 2019?”, but actually, we’re going to take a different route. A better question is “how are you going to kick off 2019?”
By now, you might be working towards some New Year’s Resolutions. If so, great! Work hard and prosper. However, another thing you should do this month is focus inwards and rejuvenate your body. Certainly, hitting up the gym, cutting bad habits (i.e. eating fast food) and other common New Year’s Resolutions can be part of that.
There are other steps you can take as well, however, to ensure that your 2019 is a healthy, revitalizing year. And to get started, make January the month of rejuvenation.
[Dealing with some muscle or joint aches and pains from 2018? Check out QiVantage’s natural injury healing kits.]
Start With a Natural Detox
First thing’s first. Over the course of a year, your body can become clogged with toxins, chemicals, and other contaminates. Fortunately, an all natural detox regime can help clean you out. Detoxing will flush your body of unwanted contaminates, which may make it easier for your body to focus on self healing.
Cleanse Your Skin the All Natural Way
Think about your skin. It’s actually the largest organ in your body, covering some 20 square feet on average. And while most of your organs are hidden behind your skin day in and day out, your outermost epidermis layer is exposed to the elements 24/7/365.
Dry, cracked, acne prone, peeling, and itchy skin are all common for people young and old. Yet with some natural moisturizers, dry skin care, or acne solutions, you’ll be able to rejuvenate your skin.
Don’t Forget to Relax and Focus
If your skin is the largest organ, your brain might just be the most active. Your mind is clouded with thoughts every second your awake and cluttered with dreams when you sleep. Quite simply, the stress can really add up over the course of a year.
That’s why you need to take a moment to relax and focus. Try some simple meditation techniques, take a long bath and focus on breathing exercises. Or, sign up for a yoga glass. Just make sure you don’t forget to relax and rejuvenate this January!