Morning ritual for glowing skin
Splash very cold water on your face 11 times straight after you wake up. This will narrow your pores, tighten your skin and bring freshness to your cheeks. You can also gently rub an ice cube all over your face – add a few drops of essential tea tree oil in the water when preparing the ice cubes to keep your skin purified.
Exercise for beautiful eyes
Rub your palms together briskly and then gently cover your eyes. Breathe deeply through your nose while your eyes are enjoying this mini spa ritual. Relaxing your eyes revitalizes the hypothalamus, which is one of the most important activators of our hormones. Your eyes will feel more rested and you will feel more balanced.
Coconut oil is the number one make up remover and a wonderful face care product. It is also great to use as a hair mask, so why not pick up a bottle of freshly pressed coconut oil when staying at a Six Senses resort?
Sandra Laznik is an experienced wellness practitioner, and something of a magician when it comes to non-surgical facelifts! Based on the combination of the “squeeze – push” technique with added pressure and “stretch – pull” technique, her remarkable Facelift Holistic Massage works not only on the upper skin layers and the lymphatic system but also on deeper muscles. There are 57 muscles from the neck up and most of them are skeletal ones, which means that they are trainable. Sandra’s extensive study has enabled her to explain how these muscles can be trained and provide a natural facelift and stop the signs of aging. This treatment requires proactive participation from guests for the best results.
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