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5 summer skin SOS tips

Take care of your skin during the warmer summer season with our quick and easy summer beauty skincare tips… 1.Take a cold shower Hot showers after sun exposure further dry skin so turn down the temperature and you’ll pick up a few added benefits as a cool shower also helps keep the skin unoccluded, decreasing breakouts. 2. Sip some red wine White wine is refreshing in the summer, but red wine is healing. Resveratol, a naturally occurring phenol found in the skin of red grapes can decrease redness from acute sunburns. It has an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effect. Cheers! 3. Don't forget your hands The thin skin on your hands wrinkles and pigments easily, so be sure to use sunblock daily. 4. Eat your SPF There's some evidence that oral intake of vitamins C and E together can limit potential for sunburn.  A salad with vitamin C rich citrus, berries, tomato, and vitamin E rich nuts is an ideal SPF meal. 5. Switch night creams to night oils As the weather starts to get warmer, your skin's needs will change. Thicker creams which have seen you through the winter months become harder for skin to absorb. For skin concerns such as redness, anti-ageing, break-outs and dryness, avoid making your skin work hard at night with a nightcream, and opt instead for a lighter facial oil. Despite the misconception that oils make skin greasy, if applied correctly they are highly effective at soothing and moisturising skin, while also providing barrier protection.
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These classes have been specifically designed to allow participants to work at their own intensity level, with the ability to modify all exercises according to their own personal fitness.


A person new to training or an individual with below average fitness levels can be termed as a beginner. These classes are also suitable for those returning to exercise after a break/injury.


A person training at intermediate level should have a fair amount of base fitness and coordination and thus can be exposed to a higher intensity workout.


At an advanced level, the participant should have experience in subjecting themselves to high intensity training on a regular basis. Every person starting off as a beginner should aspire to reach this level.

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