Stress breaks down your collagen at a rate of 20-50% more than your natural ageing processes every 10 yrs after you reach 20. That means at the age of 40 yrs, your collagen is potentially 24-30% less strong than in your 20’s, without taking into consideration hormonal breakdown. Weak collagen means thinner and weaker skin. By age 50, your collagen can potentially be half that of your 20 year old self if stress and hormonal imbalances have taken hold. Meaning your skin is less firm, shows more lines and can be dry and irritated for NO REASON.
Much of this can be positively impacted & slowed down by lifestyle choices and simple but effective skincare rituals (that don’t take half an hour).
This workshop will show you how to implement 3 foundational pillars to live a beautiful, healthy life with less stress (& less lines).
What you will learn:
• How stress speeds up ageing, stress lines and how to slow this down,
• How stress can impact hormones and gut health with relevance to skin conditions like eczema, rosacea, acne, psoriasis and other sensitivities,
• How to do a complete anti-ageing skin routine in 2mins or less for a healthy glowing, gorgeous skin – no matter what your age,
• What lifestyle solutions you can implement TODAY that can slow down and even prevent premature ageing.
This workshop is hands-on, educational and will empower you to shift your focus from a quick fix or instant gratification to allow your beauty to shine through, dissolve stress and tiredness, discuss health challenges you may have so you can begin to improve or resolve them due to the better choices you make.
An additional $20 will be payable at Festival Check in to cover the cost of beauty products used in this workshops.
You will feel energised and empowered; two key ingredients for a great quality of life
You will find balance and harmony, as well as how to work smarter, not harder bringing vitality back to your skin and mojo in your world.
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