Microblading Training

Circulation

Circulation

We can maintain and perhaps improve the appearance of our face with good habits like a healthy diet and exercise. Connected to this is boosting our circulation. This helps skin and prevents some forms of hair loss. There are many ways to boost our circulation.
Diet

  • Dark Chocolate or cocoa has flavinoids, which boost circulation. They also have antioxidants which fight toxins and free radical in the body
  • Garlic – This boost the immune system and clears our the arteries for improved circulation.
  • Ginger – this is antibacterial and improves circulation.
  • Vitamin E – This improves skin, fight wrinkles and improves circulation.
  • Cayenne Pepper – This boost circulation and immunity.
  • Green Tea – Boost circulation and the appearance of the skin. It has antioxidant and L-theanime, which makes us feel relaxed and alert.
  • Tomatoes – have lycopene which prevents sun damage to the skin, and it improves circulation.
  • Ginkgo Biloba – This is an ancient herbal remedy that dilates blood vessels and improves circulation.
  • Omega3 – the diet trend form the 1990s that stayed valid. It benefits skin and hair, and improves mood, as well as improves circulation.
  • Collagen powder rebuilds the layer under our skin.

Habits

  • Dry brushing the skin, especially before showering, improves circulation.
  • Exercise keeps us healthy. which is essential for good circulation.
  • Massage – seems to boost our body function at many levels, and improves circulation.
  • Yoga and meditation helps many people.
  • Hot oil massage – this is for improving circulation in the scalp, which benefits hair growth.
  • Sunblock – Keeping out of the Sun greatly slows down the formation of wrinkles. Wear sunblock, a hat and good UV sunglasses.

Microblading Training

We can add to the eyelashes or hairline that diminish with age by using microblading. This provides a semi-permanent that recreates the appearance of eyelashes and the hairline.

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