The “Tranquility Room” at Mind, Body & Soul
Allow time and worries to escape your thoughts as you create memories, and enjoy a wonderful moment with someone you care about in our companion suite. Our uniquely designed tranquility room is a…n ideal retreat for couples, family, or friends to celebrate any special occasion or to just be together during treatment. We can assist you in customizing a spa package to best fit your wellness needs. Whether you enhance your day with a signature massage, facial, body wrap or polish, you will be glad that you chose Mind, Body & Soul to accommodate your refined living requests.
The Benefits of Drinking Water
The initial benefit of drinking water that comes to mind for most is usually hydration. Did you know that many spend their days in a state of mild dehydration because people are consuming far fewer fluids than they should. Skin is intricately tied to the overall health of your body so, when your body is properly hydrated, you’ll look better and feel better! Adequate water intake rewards you with…enhanced health, increased energy, bright clear eyes, and a radiant complexion! A simple rule to follow for daily intake is 1 ounce for every pounds you weigh. SO….It’s true, and you’ve heard it many times before…drink lots of water for good health and happy living.
Do you like Blueberries? Don’t pass over those cartons of blueberries the next time you hit the market, they are bursting with antoxidants. Tufts University recently ranked blueberries highest among 60 other fruits and vegetables for their unique free radical destroying capabilities.
You may have heard that drinking a serving of red wine is good for your heart—being both high in antioxidants and compounds like resveratrol, well Blueberries offer thirty-eight percent more antioxidant activity. Rich in antioxidants, anthocyanidins, anthocyanins, and ellagic acid, blueberries protect against cataracts, heart disease and cancers, improve our skin’s elasticity, and protect the body and brain from oxidative stress. So go ahead and start popping blueberries in your mouth as a mid-morning snack or indulge in the fruit in a gooey pie form… whatever you do, your body will thank you for it.
Sugar Me Sweet
Sugar can get you into trouble as a sweet treat however in skin care it is actually a quite helpful ingredient. As a natural humectant, sugar draws in moisture keeping the skin hydrated and supple. Sugar lends itself as an excellent exfoliant on the body however, when selecting a sugar for a facial scrub select less course granules such as brown sugar to prevent micro tearing of the skin. Natures troublemaker is also a natural glycolic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) that sloughs off dry lifeless skin cells thus promoting cellular turnover which generates a more youthful-looking skin.