I recently flew to Hawaii for a family reunion. I was travelling with my husband and our two small children. If you’re an anxious traveller, this sounds overwhelming, right? And as we explored earlier, stress can be detrimental to the health of your skin. For the sake of my skin (and my mental health), I took some necessary steps to limit my amount of stress and anxiety throughout this entire process of planning and travelling.
We all know stress can affect us in many ways, but our skin usually isn't the first thing we think about when we consider the effects of a stressful lifestyle. We'll be the first to admit that stress can get the best of us sometimes. Having to balance commitments, a career, a healthy lifestyle, and social life takes a serious toll on the skin. So here are a few tips and tricks to help reduce the effects of stress on your skin
When it comes to personal products, everyone is different! Same goes for food. Everyone reacts differently to certain things we eat. One of the things that led to the inception of Iremia was I needed to create a skincare product that made sense for me. I found that my diet was directly connected to the health of my skin, so I started taking notes - kind of like a food journal. If you’re suspicious that your diet is causing irritation and breakouts, then start tracking anything you’re consuming.
Iremia Skincare products are designed for sensitive and reactive skin, which is why we embrace an all-natural approach to our creams, lotions, and oils. A shift has been made in the skincare industry - it’s no longer a question as to whether natural skincare products work better or not, but why? Here are 3 good reasons:
Iremia Skincare was designed to meet the needs of your sensitive skin. Everyone’s skin is different and so our products are designed to be used in a combination that work for you. You can use one product at a time or layer them up based on your needs. Things like stress, diet and the environment can impact how your skin reacts and can influence the nutrition it craves. Try using them alone, or layer them according to your needs to find the perfect combination.