Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Secrets about Serum No 1

Serum No 1 will leave your skin instantaneously plump with visible improvement in elasticity and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

1. Light water technology to reduce the concentration of heavy isotopes in the skin, balancing skin metabolism and normalizing cell regeneration. 
2. Arabian cotton to protect the skin immune system and prevent UV skin damage.
3. Ginseng root to rid your skin of free radicals and increase the production of collagen.
4. Sea Snail peptides which act as a natural Botox and reduce both superficial and deep wrinkles.

#DrNigma #RadiantSkin #GlowingSkin #ReverseTheSignsOfAgeing #Beautiful

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Tips for beauty sleep

Sleep face up if you can. Sleeping on your face or cheek can cause loss of collagen and elastin on that side, due to the amount of pressure placed on it for the entire night and the resultant moisture loss. For your duvet, I’d recommend sleeping on silk pillowcases as cotton sucks moisture out of the skin. Furthermore, it prevents skin from creasing - and the effects of ‘bedhead’ too from a hair perspective. Be sure to wash your pillowcases at least once or twice a week!
Don’t go to bed without a serum. The skin rejuvenates at night so opt for high tech reparative product. Oils and moisturisers can tend to be clogging or just sit on the skin, impeding skin turnover and increasing premature ageing.

Friday, September 15, 2017

Traditional Chinese Medicine: Dark Areas

This is a sign of stagnation or blockages in the organs represented by that part of the face- for example, dark circles under the eyes often mean the kidneys or bladder are under pressure; a darker patch of skin around the chin means your bowels need some stimulation.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Listen to your body

Embrace Eastern, Western and naturopathic medicine. Each of us is unique and how much we need of anything in life depends on our own personal constitution. Your body is like a fine-tuned machine and it will tell you when something is wrong or if you’re eating something that doesn’t agree with you if you just listen. Its displeasure might manifest in clear symptoms in the gut, signs upon the skin or other health issues appearing elsewhere in the body. Face-mapping can also help you pinpoint any changes before they actually develop into symptoms. I recommend doing a regular face-mapping once every few months just to see if there’s anything you need to pay attention to.

Friday, September 1, 2017

Follow this Kirtan Kriya meditation exercise for just 12 minutes a day for mindfulness

Kirtan Kriya meditation is a very effective and quick (just 12 minutes a day!) method of relaxing and strengthening the mind and staying young. Sit comfortably with your spine straight and your arms in front of you, palms upward. Repeat the following sounds out loud for two minutes in our normal voice. As you make each sound, touch your fingers in turn with the tip of your thumb, as in the images. When the first two minutes are over, repeat the exercise for two minutes but this time in a whisper, then for four minutes in silence, then two minutes in a whisper again, and finally two minutes out loud. To finish, inhale deeply as you stretch your arms over your head and shake your hands, then bring them down in a sweeping motion as you exhale.

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Mimi ❤️

Hi everyone, thanks for your support. I've decided to be silent for a short while in honour of Mimi who was the love of my life. ❤️

Losing Mimi has been incredibly sad. The only thing that keeps me going is hearing her whisper this to me:

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Paleness in Traditional Chinese Medicine

Paleness to the skin is often associated with problems in the lung or colon - asthmatics often have much paler faces than my other clients, as do those for whom dairy causes lung congestion. If lung problems get worse or someone develops a more serious condition, such as emphysema, the skin may take on a gray or ashy tone. Paleness is also associated with excessive stress as the blood diverts to the more important organs.