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  • How To Get Rid Of Hormonal Acne After The Pill

    How To Get Rid Of Hormonal Acne After The Pill

    Are you thinking about coming off the pill or birth control but want to avoid your skin going crazy? Or have you recently come off the pill only to get two or three months down the track and have your skin erupting in cystic acne?

    Want to get rid of hormonal acne after the pill? Read on:

    Learn how to prevent and cure your acne after coming off the pill, naturally. Now I will be honest, curing this type of acne is harder to treat than other types of acne due to your body trying to balance its hormones again. But you will get there, and a lot faster with these tips on how to get clear skin fast.

    Take A Zinc Supplement

    One of the first things you should do is go out or online and buy yourself a decent Zinc supplement. Why? Because zinc is directly involved in the metabolism of different hormones in your body. Low levels of zinc increase the conversion of testosterone to DHT (dihydrotestosterone) in your body which is one of the androgens that contributes to the cause of hormonal acne.

    You might notice that your skin is SUPER oily after coming off the pill which is the perfect breeding ground for more acne. This is because the increased DHT causes the enlargement of the sebaceous gland which increases the production of acne-causing sebum or oil!

    Dosage: Take 25-50mg of Zinc per day for best results in conjunction with the clear skin meal plan and advice in my eBook here.

    Limit The Caffeine 

    Swap your morning latte for a calming herbal tea instead. Tea’s like dandelion root, nettle, liquorice and cardamom all help to reduce inflammation in the body and support your liver and kidneys.

    You want to assist your body in healing and balancing your hormones so it’s best to avoid caffeine during this time. Why? Because caffeine increases your cortisol (stress hormone) levels and can wreak havoc on your endocrine system – leaving your body feeling stressed.

    The last thing you want to do during this time is place any more additional stress on your body, particularly if you are already suffering from hormonal breakouts. That in itself is stressful enough.

    Avoid All Toxins 

    Avoid all toxins, including the ones in your food AND your beauty cabinet. Be mindful that you are consuming the largest amount of toxins through what you eat so it’s so important to follow a clear skin meal plan like the one in my eBook – Clear Skin Project.

    One of the secrets to curing hormonal acne for good is avoiding toxins and drinking lots of water to assist your body in eliminating what it needs to. If you don’t avoid toxins and drink enough water, you may make your skin worse as when your body can not eliminate toxins normally, it can excrete through your skin instead.

    Be mindful that you can also be exposed to toxins through your beauty cabinet including harsh chemical skincare products, makeup and household cleaning products. Look out for ingredients like: SLS/SLES, mineral oils, parabens, PEGS, artificial preservatives, fragrances, parfum and colours.

    Click here for the top list of ingredients to avoid.

    Add More Maca To Your Diet

    Maca powder is widely known for its history of promoting hormonal balance in both males and females. Most women will notice a decrease in PMS symptoms (YAY!), increased fertility, and improved skin.

    Maca is high in minerals and essential fatty acids, making it the perfect supplement for hormones and has relatively no side effects. If you plan on taking maca powder to help clear your hormonal acne naturally, you should start with a small dosage.

    How much do I take?

    Maca is a powerful superfood that can give you more energy than you re used to and can quickly support hormone balance. Ideally, you should start with around 1tsp of maca powder per day and then increase to 3 teaspoons over a period of 1-2 weeks. If you find that you are more hyperactive than usual or your acne becomes worse, you can lessen your dosage to suit your needs.

    Remember that natural remedies take a few weeks to hit your system properly so there may be around three weeks before you notice the changes affecting your body properly and improving your skin.

    Get Your Beauty Sleep

    We’ve heard this one time and time again, but in the case of treating hormonal acne – this really does work. One of the side effects of not enough sleep, is your body craving all the wrong foods. When this happens, you’ll more than likely feel tired and eat poorly based on not having enough energy to prepare your meals properly.

    In order to allow your body to balance its hormones correctly and clear your hormonal acne for good, you must get a minimum of 8 hours of sleep every single night. The optimum hours for sleeping are 10pm-7am so try to be in bed winding down with a cup of herbal tea or a book by 9:30pm every night.

    It’s really important to listen to your body during this time and allow it the rest it needs to balance your hormones naturally. Your body needs time to adjust to not being on the pill anymore and will be using extra energy to recover and heal.

    If you are finding it hard to wind down after work or school, try these simple tips:

    1. Run a bath with 2-3 drops of lavender essential oil.

    2. Burn 2-3 drops lavender essential oil in an oil burner before you go to sleep.

    3. Make a cup of chamomile tea before you go to bed, to relax yourself into dream time.

    4. Write all your thoughts and to do lists down in a journal before you go to bed so you’re not going to sleep worrying about what you have to do the following day.

    5. Listen to some relaxing music or meditate for 20 minutes before hopping into bed.

    Follow A Clear Skin Meal Plan

    This would have to be the MOST important step in curing your hormonal acne naturally after coming off the pill – I cannot stress this piece of advice enough. It is VITAL that you follow a clear skin meal plan, avoiding all the wrong foods and eating all the right ones.

    Your diet is a huge factor in curing hormonal acne quickly. If you follow a meal plan like the one in my eBook you will have much faster results in clearing your skin for good.

    Why? Because certain foods can make your acne worse and in turn will make you lose even more confidence. The last thing you want to do is lose hope and then go back on the pill in a desperate plea for clear skin again! Do not give into this temptation. You have decided to come off of the pill for a reason, so don’t feel tempted into going back on it just so you can put a temporary fix on the problem for a while – it will still be there when you try again next.

    By avoiding certain acne trigger foods and increasing your intake of acne curing foods, you are helping your body to clear your skin more quickly. Foods like pasta, white bread, pizza, cakes and sugar are things that you are going to be craving during this time – these are also the worst possible foods for your skin.

    By increasing your intake of fresh fruit and vegetables and consuming healthy grain choices like brown rice, quinoa and coconut flour – you are reducing the amount of inflammation in your body and improving your skin. For a full list of foods to eat, foods to avoid, a downloadable shopping list and a 14 day meal plan – you can check out my full guide here.

    Let’s Get Started

    Now you have these top tips on how to get rid of your hormonal acne and clear your skin for good, you can put them into action.

    If you feel that you need more help, one-on-one coaching or a copy of my full guide please feel free to email me [email protected] or click here for my full guide. It’s the best investment you’ll make and something that you can keep for the rest of your life – constantly reviewing when you need some extra skin advice.

    The full guide explains the exact foods you need to eat and avoid to clear your skin and end the breakouts. It’s been created using hours of research and tried and tested foods for acne.

    I tell you what not to eat, what to eat and how to plan your meals for the program. It includes three main meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) plus two snacks for in-between main meals.
    Please feel free to comment any questions below, I’d love to hear from you and your questions about getting rid of hormonal acne after coming off the pill! x

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  • The Best Vitamins and Minerals to Clear Acne

    The Best Vitamins and Minerals to Clear Acne
    The best way to clear acne naturally is to care about what you put into your body, rather than what products you put on your face. Sure, skincare products play a really important role in how your skin looks and feels but what goes inside your body is far more important.

    We all know the basics for good skin – lots of water, minimise sugar and processed foods but there’s also great value in taking vitamins and minerals or supplements.

    Supplements can help fast track your results and give you a clear, glowing complexion, naturally. Stop the low-dose antibiotics and pharmaceutical medication and opt for a natural, daily vitamin routine to take care of all your skin woes.

    Read on to learn about my daily vitamin routine.

    Zinc

    Zinc is my FAVOURITE supplement to use and recommend for acne. It made a huge difference in my skin, reduced my breakouts and even cleared up my skin tone. I now take Zinc every day.

    If you have acne, you should definitely try taking zinc. This is because one of the most common mineral deficiencies responsible for breakouts and acne is ZINC.

    Zinc essentially reduces the body’s inflammatory response to bacteria. Because acne-prone skin is far more prone to bacterial infection than normal skin, zinc can reduce the inflammatory effect of bacteria that’s responsible for turning spots red.

    Zinc is a mineral that helps heal the skin and prevent the scarring that acne can often cause. Sources of zinc are eggs, whole grains, nuts and mushrooms. Between 25 to 30 mg per day is recommended for acne or skin benefits.

    L-Glutamine

    Another personal favourite of mine and something that I take everyday.  L-Glutamine is an amino acid that helps restore a healthy gut barrier and assist the body to recover after exercise.

    You’ll hear of a lot of body builders using this after workouts as a way to help their bodies recover but L-Glutamine is actually a best-kept secret for clearing acne and healing a leaky gut!

    L-Glutamine is an amino acid that is fundamental to the health of the digestive and immune systems. Glutamine is great for repairing damage to the gut, assisting the gut lining to repair and regenerate, reversing damage caused by leaky gut, and reducing sugar cravings.

    Take 1 tsp in a glass of water twice daily OR you can buy capsules if you prefer.

    Probiotics

    Probiotics are a very important step to any clear skin journey. Why? Because skin problems are often linked to gut problems. If you have skin issues then you have a much higher chance of having gut issues too.

    When you suffer from gut issues, it leads to a bacterial imbalance in the gut which then weakens the protective lining. If this happens, toxins are allowed to remain in the gut or leak into the body causing an overload of toxins in your system. The result, breakouts.

    The best thing you can do to help heal your gut and prevent and bacterial imbalances, is take a daily probiotic. Probiotics introduce healthy bacteria to the gut and create a barrier to reduce inflammation which is linked to acne.

    Yoghurt with live active cultures, miso soup, coconut kefir, and sauerkraut can all boost your stores of skin-clearing probiotics.

    PS. Did you know that in 1961, a case report found that of 300 acne patients given a probiotic, 80% had clinical improvement.

    Need I say more?

    How long until I see results?

    I frequently get asked how long it will take to clear acne and reduce the breakouts. That of course varies from person to person and depends on how committed you are to clearing your skin.

    Typically, I find that when you follow my Clear Skin program and commit to the meal plan 100%, you should start to see results within the first 2-3 weeks.

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  • 7 Ways To Reduce Toxins and Detox Your Skin

    7 Ways To Reduce Toxins and Detox Your Skin
    Do you suffer from hormonal acne around the chin and jaw line? Breakouts in these areas signal a hormone imbalance or increased stress. Your skin is the largest organ of elimination and when your body is over burdened it can result in toxins excreting through your skin. There are things that you can do to prevent and treat these pesky breakouts. Find out how to clear your skin with my TOP detox tips for clearer skin NOW!

    Increase your water intake

    Water governs almost every function in your body. It aids digestion, circulation, absorption and even excretion. Your skin is the largest organ in your body and is made up of millions of cells. Without water, your body cannot function properly and will struggle to eliminate toxins from your body. When this happens, your body will look to other ways of excreting toxins and can often result in breakouts on your skin.

    TIP: Aim to drink 7-9 glasses of water every day. If you are drinking from a bottle, make sure it’s glass. I love the VOSS bottles and often add lemon slices for an extra detox idea!

    Eat organic wherever possible

    Did you know that your body absorbs majority of its toxins through FOOD? That’s right. Processed foods, sugars, soft drink and foods with artificial flavours are the WORST foods you can eat for acne. These foods increase inflammation in the body, hold little nutritional value and can irritate your gut.

    The best way to avoid toxin intake through food is to eat organic whenever possible and completely avoid processed foods. This isn’t always an option when out and about and it can be more expensive to buy organic when you are doing grocery shopping. That’s why I’ve created an easy DIY Veggie Patch idea that can be created in even the smallest of spaces! Check it out HERE!

    TIP: Avoid foods containing artificial colours, flavours, hormones 

    Use natural skincare products

    I only ever recommend natural skincare products to my clients. This because most mass cosmetic companies use ingredients such as mineral oils, PEGS, petrochemicals, artificial colours and fragrances, SLS/SLES and more as a base for their formulas. These ingredients are known to irritate the skin, cause cancer and even make conditions like acne WORSE! These ingredients are absorbed by the skin and can enter your bloodstream leaving you open to absorbing more toxins into your body.

    TIP: Choose a natural skincare brand with no nasties and a low essential oil content. My favourite brands for skincare and makeup include Swisse and VANI-T Mineral Cosmetics.

    http://www.swisse.com
    http://www.vani-t.com

    Say no to chemical cleaning products

    This is a BIG one. It’s important to remember that what goes ON, goes IN. That means that whenever you are washing the dishes, hand washing clothes or any other type of cleaning that involves contact of cleaning products with your skin, your body is absorbing chemicals.

    Opt for natural cleaning products instead that use minimal or NO chemicals. You can even make your own cleaning products using vinegar, essentials oils and even baking soda.

    TIP: If you MUST use chemical cleaning products, make sure you are wearing rubber gloves so that no chemical contact is made with your skin.

    Drink more tea

    When I say tea, I mean herbal tea.  Stay clear of traditional black tea, english breakfast and early grey. Instead, opt for a yummy ginger, dandelion, liquorice, burdock, nettle or chamomile tea that will soothe your digestive system and calm your skin. These teas will naturally improve digestion, liver function and aid your body in its natural processes.

    If your desperate for a caffeine hit or are trying to give up the coffee, opt for a green tea instead. My personal favourite is a green tea and quince blend – delish!

    TIP: Be sure to have an extra glass of water for every diuretic style tea that you consume to ensure your body and skin are always hydrated.

    Take a Detoxifying Bath

    Detox baths are an amazing way to treat your skin and detox toxins from your body. One of my favourite recipes for a detox bath is:

    Fill a bathtub with hot water. Add a cup of Epsom salts (buy at the supermarket or pharmacy/drug store) and a cup of organic apple cider vinegar (I use Bragg) to the water. This will draw out impurities and toxins from the pores as well as ease any tension from your muscles.

    TIP: Relax in the bath for 20 minutes for best results. You can use this detox bath idea every day if you enjoy it as much as I do!

    Treat Yourself To A Face Mask

    Treat yourself to a detoxifying face mask once or twice a week and help your skin to eliminate extra toxins. When it comes to beauty products they are often expensive, toxic, and ineffective. Often, those very products are loading our precious bodies with toxins which only accelerate the ageing process and overburden our system.

    Try this detoxifying face mask recipe at home.

    Ingredients:

    • 2 tbsp bentonite clay
    • 1 tbsp organic apple cider vinegar
    • 1 tsp coconut oil
    • 1 tsp raw honey
    • Juice of half a lemon

    Combine all ingredients together in a small mixing bowl and apply to clean skin. Leave for 15-20 minutes and rinse well with water or a muslin cloth.

    TIP: For a deeper cleanse, use an organic cotton muslin cloth to remove your mask. They are even machine washable!

    The most important piece of advice I can give you is to take small, simple steps to improve your health and your skin. Don’t feel like you have to change everything at once. Be open to the change, try introducing one tip every week and make it part of a new lifestyle as opposed to a quick fad.

    If you need more help with your skin, write to me with your questions or check out my Clear Skin Project guide HERE.

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  • Is Sugar Causing You Acne?

    Is Sugar Causing You Acne
    It’s common knowledge that sugar contributes to your waistline, but how about your skin? There are constant reports on sugar and its effect on obesity and heart health but you may wonder if it is also contributing to acne and bad skin. The bottom line is yes, and I’m here to explain why.

    When you look back on 50 years of clinical studies, there is a strong indication that diet and acne are linked. Studies have also shown that sugar promotes inflammation in the body, which in turn is reflected in your skin. We know that an unhappy gut = unhappy skin. When we feed it sugar it will surely aggravate your skin.

    What Sugar You Should Avoid

    I’m not talking about the sugar that is naturally present in fruits. Fruits can be wonderful for your skin and are far better for you than junk food. I’m talking about sugar that is present in simple carbohydrate foods like candy, ice cream, cake, white bread, pizza, potato chips, pasta, ketchup, jam, soda and snacks.

    These foods are simple carbohydrates and cause problems for your skin. Why? They rapidly break down into glucose and cause an insulin spike in your body. They are pro-inflammatory foods which mean that they promote inflammation in your body, including your skin.

    Simple carbohydrates are composed of one or two sugars that are refined and hold little nutritional value to the body. Because of their very simple structure, they are converted into sugar in the body much quicker than recommended.

    The Best Type of Sugar

    The best type of sugar is the one that is present in complex carbohydrates as they are broken down into glucose (sugar) at a slower rate than simple carbohydrates. Complex carbohydrates include foods such as brown rice, sweet potato, whole grains, beans, and broccoli.

    Complex carbohydrates have a higher nutritional value to the body than simple carbohydrates. For this reason it’s recommended that simple carbohydrates are limited or reduced and complex carbohydrates are increased. These are the healthier sugars for your body and will fast track your journey to clear skin.

    These foods will help to keep your blood sugar levels in check.

    Tips To Keep Blood Sugar Levels In Check

    • Eat healthy, balanced meals frequently. Lowering your sugar intake does not mean you should lower your food intake. In order to keep blood sugar levels balanced you must re-fuel the body every three hours to avoid insulin spikes.
    • Get lots of beauty sleep. Getting enough sleep every night will ensure that your stress hormones (cortisol) are kept in check!
    • Stress-less! Keep stress levels to an absolute minimum and practice deep breathing techniques to manage daily stress. Stress can spike insulin levels in the same way that sugar can.

    For best results, I recommend that you follow an anti-inflammatory diet of lean protein, healthy fats and a complex carbohydrates for clear, glowing skin!

    Olivia x

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  • An Amazing Clear Skin Transformation!

    An Amazing Clear Skin Transformation
    The favourite part of my day is receiving transformation photos from people who have had AMAZING results from following my clear skin guide! The Clear Skin Project has transformed the lives of people all across the world who have suffered from moderate to severe acne.

    Check out this recent transformation that will blow your mind! WELL DONE to Niki who has followed the guide and achieved amazing results! I am SO proud of you, it takes a lot of effort and dedication to achieve these incredible results.

    Niki suffered from moderate acne and inflammation. After following my guide she has completely cleared her skin and regained her confidence!

    You too can achieve clear skin for life. Nourish your body from the inside out and follow the advice in my guide to clear your skin in 30 days or LESS!

    Olivia x

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  • DIY Coconut & Vanilla Body Scrub

    DIY Coconut & Vanilla Body Scrub
    This is the perfect scrub leading into summer, it will get rid of your dry skin and help to eliminate cellulite! Coconut and vanilla are a scent match made in heaven, your whole bathroom will smell amazing. I love giving this scrub as gifts, it is so personal and inexpensive plus you can package it in cute jars and personalise them depending on who you are giving it to.

    Ingredients:

    • 1/2 cup coconut oil
    • 1 cup brown sugar
    • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract (not essence)
    • 1/2 tsp cinnamon

    Method:

    1. In a small pan, melt coconut oil over low heat until it is a liquid.

    2. Let oil cool slightly and pour it over the brown sugar in a jar or glass container.

    3. Add vanilla extract and cinnamon, mix well with a spoon.

    4. Massage into clean, damp skin while in the shower.

    5. Store remaining product in an air-tight container. Product will last for 1-2 weeks.

    Olivia x

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  • How To Combat Psoriasis For Good Skin

    How To Combat Psoriasis For Good Skin
    Psoriasis is an autoimmune, inflammatory skin disorder that affects nearly 3% of the world’s 7.1 billion population!

    It affects both males and females of all ages, genders and ethnicities and to date there is no known cure. So how do you improve the appearance of Psoriasis naturally?

    Eat More Alkaline Foods

    The body is constantly overloaded with toxins and acid forming foods that slow digestion. A diet high in alkaline foods is invaluable to treating Psoriasis.

    Start your day with a mixture of 1tbsp Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, ½ Lemon (juice), ¼ tsp Cayenne pepper and 1 tsp raw honey in a lukewarm glass of water. Be warned, this is a tad challenging to get down but the benefits reported are amazing!

    Include more of these alkaline forming foods in your diet: carrots, broccoli, almonds, basil, beetroot, celery, cabbage, spinach, cucumber, celery, lettuce, garlic, kale, cinnamon, avocado, flax seeds and cacao.

    Try A Gluten Free Diet

    Although studies are inconclusive as to whether there is a link between gluten and Psoriasis, I personally believe that this skin disorder has a strong connection to gut health. In order to improve the gut, gluten and grains should be limited to reduce inflammation in the body.

    Changes in diet can take up to 12 weeks to show improvement in your skin, so be patient. Following a gluten-free diet means eliminating foods made with wheat, barley and rye. That means no traditional white bread, pasta, cookies or beer – swap for brown or wild rice, quinoa and amaranth.

    On the plus side, a gluten-free diet will encourage you to consume more fresh fruit and vegetables. Juices are a great way to incorporate your daily servings in one go!

    Take Regular Detox Baths

    Detoxifying baths using Epsom salts and apple cider vinegar (1 cup per bath) are an amazing way to detox the body and purify the skin. Be careful not to run the bath too hot, a warm bath is best – so as to not upset the skin.

    Soak for at least 15 minutes – bring a good book with you if you find it hard to relax. Gently pat dry your skin once you get out of the bath and follow with a high quality Rose Hip Oil or Coconut Oil as a body moisturiser.

    Use a High Quality Rose Hip Oil

    Rose Hip Oil has been used since ancient times as a healing oil to help repair and regenerate skin cells. It contains an abundant array of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that are vital for skin health.

    It’s crucial to keep Psoriasis well hydrated and natural fruit oils like Rose Hip are the perfect way to hydrate your skin naturally – and it even doubles up as a healing oil!

    Always apply Rose Hip Oil to clean, damp skin morning and night to aid in absorption.

    Choose the Right Supplements

    There are so many vitamins available in today’s day and age, but which ones are the best for Psoriasis? Most studies point to Fish Oil, Vitamin D, Milk Thistle and Evening Primrose. Remember that you will need to stick to a new vitamin regime for 4-6 weeks before you notice any improvement. It’s quite normal to take a long time for changes in your body to surface so be patient.

    Like a new vitamin regime, a new health regime will take time before you notice changes in your skin. I recommend starting with simple changes like increasing alkaline foods in your diet and reducing gluten. Once you are settled in this pattern, start adding some vitamins to the mix and use your rose hip oil consistently every day.

    It may not happen instantly, but changes in your body WILL happen. You just need to have the right mindset and stick to a routine. Love your body and it will love you back, I promise.

    Olivia x

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  • Tips for A Good Beauty Sleep

    Tips for A Good Beauty Sleep
    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – they don’t call it “beauty sleep” for nothing! Sleep is one of the most important things we can do for our body. When we are asleep, our body has time to rest and recover. Without it, we are irritable, stressed and our immune system is vulnerable.

    But a good nights sleep is not only essential for your health, it’s also essential to keep your skin looking its best! Here are five tips to make sure you are getting the most out of every beauty sleep!

    1. Practice a bedtime ritual

    Your bedtime ritual could include a warm bath with some lavender essential oil, a simple stretching or yoga routine and some meditation. A bedtime ritual should make you relaxed and ease your tension away. My night time ritual includes: light stretching, body brushing, warm shower, coconut oil massage, deep breathing, journal entry and a book before bed.

    2. Stay on schedule 

    Consistency is key when it comes to beauty sleep. When you stay on schedule with your sleeping pattern, you wake up feeling more rejuvenated and refreshed! Aim to be in bed with lights off at the same time every night and wake up at the same time every morning. Snoozing your alarm is a big no-no! When you snooze your alarm, you risk going back to sleep over and over meaning you have a broken sleep.

    3. Sleep on your back

    Changing your sleeping position is easier said than done however the benefits of sleeping on your back in the name of beauty are definitely worth it! The average sleep is 6-8 hours which is a long time for pressure on the face, neck and chest area. It can lead to cleavage wrinkles, poor circulation, fine lines and little red bumps caused by fabric softeners. If you are finding it hard to sleep on your back consistently, alternate positions to relieve pressure on your skin.

    4. Indulge in a soft pillowcase

    Silk is a small luxury with BIG benefits. By swapping your pillowcases for a softer material like silk, you can prevent the effects of ageing and keep your hair healthy! Silk doesn’t just stop at anti-ageing benefits. Say goodbye to your birds nest hair do every morning too! Silk is easier on hair and helps avoid tangles and breakage. What more could you want? If silk is not an option, opt for a pillowcase with a high thread count instead.

    5. Create an environment

    Your bedroom should be your favourite room in the house, so get creative with your space and create a dreamtime environment. Add cushions, curtains, candles (remember to blow them out before bed!), oil burners, books and dim lighting. Using Lavender oil in an oil burner will help you to relax and prepare for sleep. Your bedroom should be a technology-free zone so remember to remove any TV’s, laptops or computers, iPads or phones from the room before sleep time. Books are certainly allowed so feel free to reconnect with some good old fashioned reading before the lights are off!

    Olivia x

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