Posts Tagged ‘Relax’
Laneige Star White Intensive Eye Mask
Hydrates, firms, smoothes out fine lines and reduces puffiness. Star White Complex reduces pigmentation and brightens up the eye area
Fancl Under Eye Mask
Instantly hydrates and soothes, reduces puffiness and dark circles, and minimizes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
ZA Dark Circles Gone Eye Mask
Its radiant complex allows moisture to penetrate deeply while its concentrated whitening essence improves blood circulation and reduces dark circles.
Estee Lauder Stress Relief Eye Mask
Botanical extracts give the delicate eye area a revitalizing pick-me-up, to soothe, refresh, relax and hydrate all at once. Reduces puffiness and fine lines, too.
Shiseido Benefiance Eye Treatment Mask
The cooling gel mask has ginseng to energies, and Bio-Hyaluronic Acid to hydrate and moisturize. The eye area looks lifted, smoother and revitalized.
Way 11: Aromatherapy
Essential oils affect hormone secretion and your thoughts. For inner calm, choose chamomile, pine, lavender or marjoram.
Way 12 : Green Day
Exposing yourself to a natural environment is perfect for inducing calm. No time to get out of the city? Then potter around in the garden. No garden? Then tend to your houseplants. It’s the interaction with nature that is the key.
Way 13 : Chinese Qi Gong
Related to tai chi, qi gong (“energy breathing”) is an ancient Chinese exercise, combining rhythmic breathing with gentle movements, mental focus and inner stillness. Very little physical activity is involved-meaning you need little space, time or strength to reap the benefits. Read the rest of this entry »
Way 1 : Expand Your Vision
Find a point opposite you, just above eye-level, and keeping your eyes on that point, begin to slowly broaden your field of vision to notice more of what’s on either side of that point, so that, eventually, you’re paying attention to what’s visible in the corners of your eyes.
You should begin to feel your breathing moving lower in your chest, slowing down, becoming deeper. You’ll also feel your facial muscles relaxing. This “peripheral vision” technique activates a part of the nervous system that restores inner calm.
Way 2: Healthy Meal
Complex carbohydrates — whole-wheat, cereals and rye — produce serotonin in the body, which has a effect on the brain’s chemistry. Vitamin B6 is also essential in serotonin production, so eat B6-rich foods — bananas, raisins and sweet potatoes — regularly to give your body the necessary fuel to help soothe you the nutritional way. Read the rest of this entry »