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Almond Oil is – simply – the oil extracted from almonds. It is primarily composed of oleic acid and has been researched to have many health benefits from preventing cardiovascular diseases, to help moisturise hair and skin.
You can use it as a versatile multi-tasker – from hydrating your skin, to removing make up and even adding into your foods. Here are our top product recommendations to incorporate into your regime.
Natural oils in your scalp help protect your hair and your scalp. And while a grease-look can be desirable to achieve a certain look, too much can have an impact on your life. We'll go through how you can reduce oily hair naturally.
As we grow older, hair care becomes more of an important. A diet which lacks sufficient protein, amino acids and other vitamins and minerals can show by affecting hair volume and growth. Traditionally, this could be tough for those on a vegetarian or vegan diet as most have a nutritionally incomplete intake.
A traditional ingredient in Ayurveda and traditional Indian practices, Castor oil is an aged old ingredient which has been used for healthier, thicker hair. Castor Oil moisturises your scalp and helps ease dandruff with its natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.
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Pushups are one of the most important upper body workouts you can do. Requiring a combination of core stamina, stabilization, strength from your core, shoulders, back and arms (particularly triceps) - getting this exercise right can help you sculpt the perfect upper body look, while building up your triceps and overall body stability.
Lunges are a functional compound exercise which is great for muscle building and overall strength. A seemingly simple step forward is working out several muscle groups at the same time in your hips and legs in particular, forcing them to become stronger.
It will make it easier to adhere to and thus make the weight you lose easier to keep off. It can be hard to find a regime that is sustainable to you because of everything society tells us about diet culture, like we need to cut out carbs, or fats, or only a grapefruit.
Diet culture is effectively a belief system that focuses on and values weight shape and size over wellbeing.