When you suffer from breakouts on your back, apart from fantastic skincare products and healthy diet I would strongly recommend to have a look at the washing powder we are using to see if it’s bio or non-bio (bio is stronger because it contains enzymes, which are very effective in removing stains, whereas non-bio, doesn’t contains those enzymes and it’s better for the skin) .

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Your skin is changing all the time, so please don’t stick to one type of the product, brand and range. I like to change my products and I listen to my skin… By using different products and changing them every now and then, we provide our skin and hair with all the necessary nutrients and vitamins. I’m not encouraging anyone to spend lots of money on different products but when you finish one, when seasons are changing etc. try something different… If in doubt try a sample. It’s all about listen to your skin.
As well when buying a new product, wait at least one month to see if it works. The reason why is that, is because our skin/cells needs this amount of time to renew itself.

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If you want a flat tummy, the basic thing to do, which works for me, is to stop eating white bread and do as many as possible planks and abdominal crunches (at this point I have to mention that I'm not a gym person or anything like that but I like to do something for my body). I do 40/50 planks and abdominal crunches a day, as a part of my 20min. exercise routine (and I don’t stress myself out with exercises if I’m too busy or not well – one or two days doesn’t make really a difference).

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Remember to always remove your make-up before going sleep (your skin renew itself the best at night and needs to be make-up free to get the superb results). Remember to have two separate towels for face and body, especially if you have a problematic skin. The reason why is that, is because first of all pH on the face is a bit different then the one on the rest of the body, and second thing the skin on the face is thinner and more delicate, than the skin on the body, which is thicker and exposed to harsher conditions (look at hands and feet).

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Vitamin C and breakouts: Vitamin C is one of the most powerful antioxidants in skin care because it helps to slow down the aging process by preventing free radical damage. Apart from that long-term topical use has been clinically shown to regenerate collagen and improve the appearance of wrinkles. Vitamin C also lightens pigmentation and brightens the skin tone. At the same time it has been known that it can induce irritation and trigger breakouts. The reason why is that, is because of inactive ingredients in vitamin C products, for example: the base, silicones or others, which helps to keep the Vitamin C stable for longer. That’s why it can be problematic for acne-prone or sensitive skin.

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In my opinion, the body, mind and soul needs to be balanced because to look great we have to feel great about ourselves, we have to eat well, love and enjoy our life. Be good to yourself! Be good to others! Be kind to animals!
Aim to use products safe for people, animals and planet! Make a bit of difference!

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When it comes to curly hair, I’ve realised that, the more often I’m changing my products and the more natural they are, the better my hair looks like (always look for products with no parabens, no silicone, no sulfates etc.).
At this point, again I’m not encouraging anyone to buy many products, but when you finish one, try something else to give your hair all of the necessary nutrients and vitamins and see what works better for your hair.

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