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122 HEALTH & BEAUTY My top 10 beauty tips Health & beauty advice from Rowena Kitchen L


ooking back over the advice I have offered you readers over the last 10 years in By The Dart, there is a theme to be found..it’s not just vague mumblings in the background but a heart felt conversation.


You must find my tiresome rant about dry body brushing annoying by now! It is a free way to improve skin tone and circulation.


are. It is the biggest enemy of our skin. We need Vitamin D, of course, but make sure you have sunscreen in your products from foundation to body lotion as an extra on the days you are not at the beach.


1Body Brushing 2Sunscreen


3Make your own products with


it is opened. Take a good look at yourself and stop wearing makeup for the 15 year old you now you are in your 40’s…..


4Ditch your old products. ingredients from your kitchens.


You will know exactly what is in them and how fresh they are. Search the back issues for the recipes. I loved the one for Fabulous Feet - a mint, lime and sugar scrub.


Pay attention to how long a product lasts after The sun will find you wherever you 5Here is my take on how to get the best out of your time in the shower:


Don’t be fooled by the cosmetics companies saying that you need to condition your hair every time you wash it – you don’t. A hair pack once a week that you leave on for roughly ten minutes will do a better job than a bad tempered rubbing of conditioner into the ends every day then washing it out immediately. After you have washed your hair, squeeze out the


Making your


own products is now fashionable! When I started at By the Dart it was a rarity!


excess water and wrap your hair in a towel to blot up the rest. Rubbing your hair like you are putting out a fire will not be helpful. This ruffles up the cuticles and gives the impression of rough, coarse hair with split ends. Dry your hair using a round brush to straighten the ends and lift the roots of the hair away from the scalp. Aim the dryer down the hair shaft to flatten the cuticles following the brush as you go. This kind of blow dry will last a few days if necessary and give you a more finished appearance. If you are mad keen on your current shower gel then just add a few teaspoons of baking soda to the bottle for an exfoliating effect – it’s also deodorising. Or follow one of my recipes for a sugar or salt scrub. Don’t forget that the heels, the knees, the elbows and the shins probably need more massaging than other areas. The shins are notoriously dry as they have


few fat cells and the skin is right on top of the bone without a nice layer of fat to hold it up.


(Making your own products is now fashionable! When I started at By the Dart it was a rarity!) 6You can’t expect to look great if


you are indolent or make poor choices with your diet and exercise routine. We need to build our inner health and outer beauty with some hard work and make the time to fit it all in to our daily routines. Don’t save facials up for special occasions and expect a miracle to occur. Don’t eat ready meals six nights a week and expect to


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