Fall is such a beautiful time of year - the colours are gorgeous and the air is crisp, calling for cozy sweaters and warm drinks. This year I have really been embracing more self care. I find working for myself it is easy to get consumed with work and be at it morning, noon and night. Taking a break to take care of yourself is so important and brings about more creativity, better productivity, presence, and improved health and wellbeing.
My healthy obsessions this fall focus on self care - whether that is making a delicious home cooked meal, soaking in a warm bath with a cup of delicious tea or indulging in a yummy face mask that helps take off any summer sun damage.
Rishi Turmeric Ginger Tea Bags - because we don't always have the time or availability to make homemade turmeric tea! These warming and delicious individually packaged bags make for the perfect, healthy afternoon break. Look for it at your local health food store.
This gorgeous Matte Cream Lip Crayon from BITE (seriously my favourite lipstick company) gives a long lasting matte finish while being very hydrating. Made with food grade ingredients and without parabens or sulfates it is available in 18 different shades. I went with "Aubergine" a deep purple (shown) for the fall season. Buy it online at sephora.com
Sacred Bath Immune Boost Salt + Herbal Bath Tea. Practice wonderful, healthy self care by infusing a warm bath with this beautiful blend of salts and herbs that will relax your mind, body and soul while helping support your immune system. Order online at rdevineskincare.com
Take a little summer off your skin this season with Eminence Organics Yam & Pumpkin Enzyme Peel. It works to remove dead skin cells, reduce the appearance of pigmentation, fine lines and sun damage. This delicious purée of yam and pumpkin leaves skin looking firm and radiant. Find a spa near you that carries this gorgeous line of skin care here: EminenceOrganics.com
I would love to hear from you! What products are you loving for fall? What is your favourite way to practice self care? Let me know in the comments below...