Category Archives: Hydration

Is Your Body Summer Ready?

With summer quickly approaching are you already stressing out about, shorts, bathing suits and anyone seeing your cellulite? Get ready to bear arms (and legs) by using our smooth and firm body sculpting cream in conjunction with the simple self-massage techniques demonstrated in our videos.

This cream provides a wide variety of benefits, it helps reduce cellulite, promote detoxification, relieve swelling from excess fluids in the limbs, and hydrates the skin.

Did you know that improving the body’s natural circulation can give you a more toned and sculpted appearance?

When used with gentle massage, our smooth and firm body sculpting cream encourages natural circulation of the lymphatic system, which works directly with your cardiovascular circulatory system to keep blood and lymphatic fluid levels in balance and flush toxins out of the body. It also carries immune cells throughout the body to help defend against infections, aids in the healing process, and promotes relaxation and well-being.

Our smooth and firm body sculpting cream includes ingredients with powerful healing properties, like mineral rich seaweed, herbal extracts, essential oils, and antioxidants. These key ingredients include:

  • Bupleurum falcatum extract – Green algae that has anti-cellulite, slimming and firming properties.
  • Chlorella vulgaris extract – Green algae is amino acid, which is an essential building block of proteins and constitutes each individual collagen unit. Its large amino acid component leads many to believe that it has the ability to restructure and smooth out the surface of the skin
  • Caffeine – Antioxidant known to increase microcirculation and fat metabolism, by increasing microcirculation it can achieve a slimming effect.
  • Cypress – An astringent and diuretic, restorative Cypress helps eliminate excess fluid and toxins while stimulating circulation.

 

Smooth and Firm Body Sculpting Cream – Leg Massage

Smooth and Firm Body Sculpting Cream – Arm Massage

 

Six Mistakes You’€™re Making According to Skin Care Research

When it comes to good skin care, there are a lot of tips and tricks out there that sound great, but aren’€™t rooted in solid skin care research. Without substantial study, how can you know what’€™s correct and what’€™s made up? It’€™s challenging, which is why we’€™ve put together this list of five skin care mistakes you might be making according to our skin care research.

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Health and beauty tips to try before working out

We all know working out is good for your physical and emotional health, but what about your skin? If you’€™re not careful, a rigorous workout can lead to clogged pores, sunburn, and even bacteria. That’€™s why we put together a list of health and beauty tips for you to try next time before you hit the gym. These are sure to keep your skin healthy and clear!

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10 Ways to Stay Hydrated (That Aren’€™t Water)

esc_June_23_blogYou want to stay healthy, but water just isn’€™t your thing.

While it is true that we naturally tend to drink water following exercise or prolonged activity such as working out in the yard or cleaning, we also need to be conscious of staying well hydrated throughout the day.  Since water makes up so much of our body composition and it is used so often for many bodily functions, avoiding dehydration will help us to have more energy and maintain better overall health.  Certainly our skin is no exception as it is vital to stay properly hydrated to maintain optimally healthy skin.

It is always good to drink water, but it may not always be practical to continually drink many glasses of water throughout the day for whatever reason.  There are many foods that are rich in water and other fluids that can help keep a proper balance of water in your body without the need for so many water cooler visits or bottles of water.

Foods

You may not think of eating when you first consider how best to stay hydrated, but there are many foods that can help us to get the water we need daily.  The Institute of Medicine has recommended that twenty percent of our intake of water should be done via the things that we eat. Along with yogurt, soups, and oatmeal, there are many popular summer foods that will help to achieve hydration.  These include watermelon, celery, cucumbers, strawberries, and lettuce.

Drinks

While most any non-alcoholic beverage will aid with hydration levels in your body, five particular drinks can not only help with your daily water intake, but provide other benefits as well, along with being refreshing and delicious.  Fat-free or skim milk, in addition to being an excellent source of calcium, has been shown to be better for recovery and rehydration following exercise than water or sports drinks. Smoothies can be a great way to get more fruits and vegetables into your diet while helping to stay hydrated. Sports drinks provide electrolytes and protein to help recover from workouts and other physical activity.  Coconut water is rich in potassium yet low in carbohydrates, offering effective rehydration following light exercise. And while we don’t often think of coffee when it comes to healthy beverages, a recent study has shown that it does not cause dehydration and can be beneficial for memory, athletic endurance and performance, and for reducing the risk of diabetes and heart disease.

All of these suggestions will help with overall hydration which in turn helps to have healthy skin.  For a more direct benefit to your skin care, our product pure hydration serum/zinc is excellent for skin that is stressed and irritated. This serum is very moisture-intensive with zinc to help to promote effective healing while also reducing redness. Pure hydration is delivered to replenish and rejuvenate your skin.

For more information or to order pure hydration serum/zinc, visit our website at: https://www.eracleaskincare.com/product-detail.php?p=13

To read Emily Faherty’s full article “10 Ways to Stay Hydrated (That Aren’€™t Water)” on daily burn’s site, visit here: http://dailyburn.com/life/health/healthy-foods-stay-hydrated-without-water/