Winter is here and we have some wellness ideas for you to enjoy. Image by Adobe Stock.
It’s not just colds and dry skin you need to avoid during winter – keeping a positive mental state is also very important. Studies have shown that cold, rainy weather can affect our mental health in a negative way, so we have rounded up some wellness ideas to help you take care of yourself this winter. From D.I.Y bath products to feel good fashion movies, it’s time to slow down, take a break and give yourself some much needed TLC with our winter wellness list.
Try a D.I.Y face mask
Take some time out to pamper yourself and harness your creativity all in one by creating your very own D.I.Y face mask made with ingredients from your kitchen. Check out these recipes here.
Make your own hand treatments
No one can escape dry skin during winter and with the world currently washing their hands more often, the skin on our hands is suffering. So, here are some recipes to make your own hand treatments at home, because who said moisturised hands had to come at an expensive price tag?
When the winter blues are really getting you down, try these techniques to help practice mindfulness and bring your mind, body and soul back into a zen state.
Check out these fun fashion movies on Netflix
Here at FashioNZ we are all about fashion – obviously. So we rounded up our favourite fashion movies and docos on Netflix for your viewing pleasure.
Get a better nights sleep
Everyone feels better after a good nights sleep, so here are our tips to help you fall asleep and stay asleep, the natural way.
Turn your home into a day spa
Going to the day spa doesn’t have to be expensive, in fact – you don’t even have to leave your house! Check out our tips for how to turn your home into a day spa!
Check our these fun beauty tutorials
Upgrade your beauty skills and have some fun, while watching these Youtube beauty tutorials.
Make your own bath products
On a cold winters night, there is nothing better than slipping into a hot, bubbly bath. So here are some recipes for how to recreate some of your favourite bath products at home with ingredients from your kitchen and garden.