With so many dinners and parties to attend, it may sometimes be hard to find time to fit in a workout session. How are you then able to still make out time for a quick workout or yoga session?
Mothers of three sometimes have to compromise social events for staying at home which can be another good way to avoid the festive dishes, holiday cocktails, dips, chocolates and savory casseroles. Everyone is different and what works for one may not work for someone else. I practice yoga, and sculpthouse mostly everyday, even in our home gym, and sometimes yoga with the kids which is hilarious as they try to bend, stretch and keep balance. It’s another bonding moment for us. I also love using the Mindbody app on my phone where I can schedule classes in advance around my travel and work schedule.
Stretch marks are a challenge in every woman’s pregnancy. What recommendations would you like to make to help reduce them, post-pregnancy?
I am lucky to have my moms genes with a skin type that doesn’t burn or easily stretch. I am also a firm believer in Pure Fiji nourishing exotic body oil that I massage on my tummy, legs and other parts of the body everyday. I used this oil for all 3 of my pregnancies and have no stretch marks. I drink lots of water to stay hydrated and I also try not to take very hot baths or showers which can dry the skin.
Share with us your top 5 skin care tips for dry and rough skin.
Hydration and exfoliation is the first start for skin care. I use the Enhance skin care hydrate ultra and I love Karee Hayes Koji pads. I drink lots of water daily and once again I am careful about sun exposure and eating healthy.
Dr. Irene Gladstein from Enhannce Aesthetic Arts in NYC customized my skin care products for my type of skin. Nightly moisturizing is also a must as well as reducing sun exposure. My personal skin care routine consists of exfoliating, toner, moisturizing and getting enough sleep! Post baby “brown spots” had been a challenge for me so I use Brighten Serum at night from Enhance Skin Care.
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