Skincare practices are a form of tradition, that is especially important to partake in during the holidays.
The upcoming holiday season can be a time of mixed feelings, instability, and growth for many.
Holiday traditions come and go, depending on how one's destiny unfolds.
And cultivating good traditions can help build new, positive memories.
In 28 Ancient Chinese Poems About Hope and Beauty, a piece of poetry illustrates how any season can be good.
With Spring flowers, Autumn moon,
The Winter snow, and breezy Summer air
If in your heart there’s not a single care,
Any season will be the finest hour.
Wumen Huikai (1183-1260)
Although this poem is more about the formless tradition of cultivating equanimity, another thing that can add to balance life is the physical tradition of self-care via skincare practices. ☯️
What are some skincare practices you can do over the holidays?
Have you ever noticed your skin looking dull or having some other type of problem?
Sometimes we forget how important basic upkeeps to skincare are.
A little reminder can go a long way.
Check out this infographic that encompasses some good skincare guidelines to follow, in case you need a touch up.
It's true, including our general health, to take note to use "Prevent - Repair - Nourish" as a helpful, best practice formula.
What part of these 3 categories could you improve on?
Don't Forget To Exfoliate!!
Exfoliating is not just part of celebrities' lifestyles, like Christie Brinkley, who is close to 70 years old, or men who shave . Exfoliating is good for everyone...
And is anti-aging. 😉
This holiday season is a good time to pay close attention to taking care of one's skincare in gift giving, not only for oneself, but for others. 🫖
Below are some photos of some beautiful traditions, including meditation and holiday lights. ✨✨ Wishing everyone peace and beauty this holiday season. ✨🕊🌟☯️
Such an inspiring Christmas spirit and gorgeous white peony’s bloom! Merci Sarah.