constantly in extreme weather conditions, how do you take care of your skin and hair?
I have dry skin and my curly hair is as well dry so for me is it really important to use good products that moisture, especially in the winter when the air outside is extra dry. Another example is that I only wash my hair 1-2 times a week! I don’t want to dry it out and it doesn’t really get greasy either.
“PyeongChang was a fantastic experience for me – to be a part of that Olympic Games and to be able to perform and win medals. Now I’ll continue to work hard to be able to perform in the next Olympic Games (at Beijing 2021) too, but there’s still some time to go.” In the current pandemic situation, how are you training while staying at home?
In Sweden we never really had a full shut down so I have actually been able to do most of training as normal. What’s different tough is that we don’t have any camps with the national team. As far by now we have cancelled all our camps until August and we don’t know if we can have camps even by then at the moment. Normally we one camp every month outside of Sweden for between 7-20 days. So the situation at the moment is that I can train everything I want and need to but I have to do it at home and not travel away for change of scenery.
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