Archive for the ‘Healthy Ageing’ Category
It is vitally important to ensure that any carer you have looking after your loved one is able to be understanding, empathetic and an asset in their life.
There are ways to tell if your ageing loved one is starting to need a little bit of extra help or care. Listen with Sarah and she will give you a few tell tale tips.
I don’t want to grow old gracefully. I want to be able to look in the mirror and think “hey, you don’t look bad for your age”. At 48 I look a lot better than I did at 43 and I’m hoping that at 58, 68 and even 78 I’ll still be looking good too! A study reported that the average female wanted to look 13 years younger than she really is. So, how do we fight off the ageing process? Simply, there are 5 key signs and all of them can be addressed without surgery. These are: Lines and Wrinkles, Skin Texture and Skin Tone, blotchiness and Redness…..Deb Farnworth- Wood Owner & Director Australian Skin Clinics