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Be genki Ritual


Become aware of your self-talk and introduce stress-relieving, self-nurturing, and beautifying rituals to help promote happiness, beauty and wellbeing.

This month, when going about your day-to-day tasks, can I please request that you do so without judgment?

So often we do things on ‘auto-pilot’ and without conscious intent. Or we do so with a sprinkle of not-so-nice self-talk. For the next few weeks please become aware of the reality and frequency of the way in which you judge yourself. Not so that you can judge yourself for judging yourself. But more so, for the purpose of becoming aware, so that you can turn those thoughts 180 degrees, to create new habits that serve you better, helping to create a happier, healthier and more beautiful you. Because we all know that the most irresistible beauty is a happy smile.

If you would like a little helping hand, we’ve created three different Be genki boxes for morning, daytime and evening. Combining products that work in harmony together so as to bring about a little more stress-relief, beauty-care and happiness to your day. Continue reading

Everyday Tips to Help Yourself De-stress

Anxiety, sleeping problems, mood swings, stress, the “blues”… do these words sound all too familiar to you? It seems that as the years go by, these stress-related states are becoming more prevalent, with mental health problems fast becoming the number one health issue. If you are currently suffering or would like to prevent these debilitating feelings from consuming your life, there is, in fact, much that you can do to help yourself be the happy and healthy person that you deserve to be.

In my opinion it all starts with the basics: eating healthily, exercising regularly, breathing pure natural scents and setting aside a few moments in the day to nurture yourself. Continue reading

Suffering from Stress and Anxiety? Try Breathing and Relaxation Techniques.

breathingI am a big believer in prevention rather than cure. I’d much prefer to look after myself on a daily basis and utilise self-care practices than go down the road of being prescribed pharmaceuticals to mask symptoms. Continue reading