It’s great that gut health is finally getting all the attention it deserves, I also like the fact that you can even read books written by doctors which are simplified, so that even people with no medical background can understand them. I personally read and liked Gut by Giulia Enders when it came out, and it explained a lot of things.
While it is amazing to have an understanding of how things work, I still trust such important issues only to qualified specialists. Hence last summer I went to a private clinic to run all the tests, as a few things were bothering me, and to find out the issue. Long story short, it cost me a quite a lot and I had a strict diet combined with medication for a few months, but it was absolutely worth it.
This is why I am delighted to bring you a collaboration about the gut health, and would encourage you to take it seriously. It’s not just your general health but also your mood and the way your skin looks.
Have a dicky tummy? Here’s how to make sure your gut is healthy
Everyone has experienced the not so lovely feeling of having stomach problems. Whether it’s from a bit of food that isn’t “agreeing” with us, or something in your diet that acts as a trigger for your insides to turn a little crazy, that feeling that something inside is draining all your energy isn’t a nice one.
So how do you know if your stomach or digestive system has issues, if your gut is healthy and what can be done to get your digestive health is such a good condition that it will feel like it can ace any tests?
Here is a short guide to having a healthy gut and what to do to make it better.
Firstly, know what gut health encapsulates
Back in the days my hair care routine was washing my hair with a high street shampoo. That was it. Literally. I did not even own a hair brush. Yes, I am not exaggerating. But we are talking like 15 years ago. My brother was always very unimpressed, and was telling me to change things for years, and gradually I’ve started investing time, effort and money, ahem, in my routine. And it really pays off. I even took vitamins!I do get compliments for my hair these days but, most importantly, I am pleased with the way it looks myself.
As you would imagine, now my routine is quite extensive. And while there are still a few products that I want (like this Aquis (Amazon/ Amazon UK) hair turban which is supposed to be amazing!), I am pretty pleased with everything I am using, and should probably write about it at some point.
But today I want to tell you about two things that I’ve added to my routine recently. They are both very extra but I really like them.
I’ve been reading about how good vinegar is for your hair for ages but quite frankly I did not
We all dream about a perfect skin tone, and luckily, with the constantly developing beauty industry, it is achievable!
But what about the makeup? Good look starts with the foundation, it is like preparing a canvas…
These days we can choose from so many options, the right coverage, texture, finish etc. Besides, the “classic” foundations, beauty brands offer us tinted moisturizers, mineralized powder foundations, BB balms and CC creams, among others.
So today I want to tell you about the Blemish Balm from Dr. med. Christina Schrammek.
It comes in three shades: Light, Classic and Honey and in two sizes, 30 ml and 50 ml.
The brand was founded by Cosmetician Christine Schrammek and today her daughter, Dr. med. Christine Schrammek- Drusio, carries it on. The brand’s philosophy is to to combine cosmetics and dermatology.
As for the Blemish Balm itself, it was created for reddened, irritated and impure skin.
Here is how it’s described:
Foot cream actually retails for £16 while this set is only £15 and you get this foot cream, two mini sized products ( Elemis [email protected] Tranquil Touch Indulgent Bath Elixir 50ml and Elemis [email protected] Tranquil Touch Creamy Body Wash 50ml) and a makeup bag.
I’ve had all the products previously and loved them so was excited to get the set! Click the links to read my detailed reviews.
I am a huge Elemis fan and would totally