- A third of people in the UK suffer with sleep deprivation at some point throughout their lives, with over half of the adult population getting less than 6 hours sleep a night.
- Stress, computers, smart phones and taking work home are often blamed for the lack of quality and quantity of sleep we are getting, which is falling below the recommended 8-10 hours each night.
- It is very clear from research and studies that a solid night’s sleep is essential for a long and healthy life, and that sleep boosts your mental wellbeing.
This soothing herb is renowned for its ability to help you relax and get a good night’s sleep, and also calm your mind and skin.
- Anyone can get dry skin. Skin become dry when it loses too much oil or water.
- There is no single cause of dry skin. Dry skin can be caused by external and internal factors. External are the most common underlying cause and are the easiest to address.
- External factors include cold temperatures and low humidity, especially during the winter when central heaters are used.
- Internal factors include overall health, age, genetics, family history, and a personal history of other medical conditions.
This moisture hero is well known for its exceptional skin healing qualities, which makes it effective at alleviating stretch marks, scars and eczema. Vitamins A and E found in Shea Butter keep the skin supple, nourished and radiant and prevent premature ageing.
- Aches and pains are extremely common and almost everybody has experienced discomfort in his or her muscles at some point.
- The most common causes are tension, stress, overuse and minor injuries.
- It is common for people to complain of aches and pains when suffering with a common cold, especially in winter months.
The anti-inflammatory and soothing properties of eucalyptus make it great to treat sore, aching muscles. It is also a fantastic decongestant, and can help fight off colds.