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4 Natural Beauty Tips to Avoid a Hen Party Night Disaster

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Women understand that few things are greater than getting together with the girls. Often times, you have been separated from your pals for months and it is more than time to reunite by having a hen night. Despite the excitement that takes precedence during this time, it can also be fairly stressful when one contemplates what could go wrong. The best way to avoid hen night disasters is to step up your beauty game with a few useful tips perfect for starting and completing the night. Celebrate your hen night beautifully and in a way that will enhance everybody's experience, especially any brides to be!


Prepare in Advance with Plenty of Beauty Sleep


Stress and other illnesses tend to ensue when a person's body is at its weakest. When a person is tired, their immune system and general patience begin to dwindle. Surely, these factors can contribute to hen night taking a turn for the worst. As a result, it is essential to get plenty of rest in the days leading up to your event to abate the stress, avoid ending the night early, and to even make sure that you look physically perfect.

Have Your Outfit Ready? Look Perfect in It by Reducing Bloating!


Even those who are fairly thin fall victim to occasional bloating. Diets high in sodium and the heat both contribute to facial, stomach, and leg inflammation. To reduce this billowing, it is important to drink plenty of water and eliminate excessive sodium from your diet. If that effort proves ineffective, eating plenty of pineapple will help, due to the fact that this superfood contains an enzyme known as bromelain, which promotes healthy digestion while simultaneously reducing swelling and restoring elasticity to the skin.


Pineapple should do the trick, but those who feel as if their face is a bit too puffy should consider routine facial massages. The process is simple: Take a facial moisturizer or an essential oil or serum such as eucalyptus or grapefruit, apply gently, and then begin working it throughout your face in an outward motion. Pull the edges of your face into your neck so that the toxins enter your bloodstream and work their way out accordingly. You can do this before, during, and after your hen night.

Glow Throughout the Night


Sometimes, makeup does not do the trick of stimulating a natural glow. Foods that are rich in antioxidants, including berries, lemons, and pomegranates, improve skin health in a way that makes skin appear to have a natural glow. Additionally, the nutrients and vitamins found in these foods improve the kidneys, liver, and the digestive tract in a way that will remove toxins from the body, something that will promote this irresistible glow, too. Lemons, grapefruits, and oranges contain high amounts of vitamin C, so they smooth wrinkles, promote collagen production, and combat cellulite.

Avoid Aches, Pains, and Tension by Being Mindful


A good portion of the population works at a desk or uses a computer at one after work. This action can create plenty of back and neck strain, so it is important to improve your posture by planting your thighs firmly on the chair and your feet neatly on the ground. Make certain that your computer hardware, including your mouse and keyboard, are close enough to avoid straining your arms and back as well. Of course, taking frequent breaks to avoid too much exposure from the blue light that your computer emits reduces the strain of your ocular muscles, which will eliminate headaches and neck tension almost entirely.

In addition to altering the way that you sit or use a computer, taking recurrent soaks in Epsom salt baths helps to alleviate stress. Herbal teas reduce any irritation and contribute to healthy sleep patterns, thus controlling cortisol levels, the hormone responsible for stress.

30 Aug 2016

Article/Information supplied by Organic Box

Disclaimer - Any general advice given in any article should not be relied upon and should not be taken as a substitute for visiting a qualified medical Doctor.