It’s 4th July and that means one thing. Free yourself of your face and body woes! I’m joking but Independence Day shouldn’t really be a day but a way of life. That includes things like how to be an independent thinker and person who is liberated and not held back by anything.
So how do you become an independent thinker and how does it relate to aesthetic beauty or health? First of all I’d say, use your own judgment to make decisions rather than using other people’s views or opinions. This is really important when deciding on a procedure or practitioner. Don’t blindly follow what you’re told by a practitioner, do some research of your own to back up their claims. An independent thinker will get a different perspectives and gather evidence to base their decision upon. Secondly they will ask questions and use critical thinking skills. If you’re new to aesthetics and are looking for a practitioner, you need to ask questions and have them answered so you have a full picture. If this doesn’t happen then walk away!
So we’ve covered independent thinking skills what else can you do to liberate yourself. Let’s look at what might be holding you back when it comes to your appearance. Are you scared to do something about a problem area? Are you worried what your loved ones might think of you? Do you think investing in your appearance is vanity?
It’s very easy to put things off that seem daunting and sometimes it’s easier to ignore a problem because change is scary. We often make excuses to ourselves, it’s not worth it, I’m not worth it, I’m not that vain, I should be spending money on my family instead. While some of these ‘reasons’ might be true, they’re not valid and you can free yourself of such thoughts. Imagine the feeling of victory when you finally do something for yourself. Just for yourself and your physical and mental wellbeing. As silly as it may sound, doing things that take you out of your comfort zone will always make you feel like you pushed yourself and grew.
But since this is a 4th July post then I should actually discuss something red, white and blue! How about IPL facials to rid yourself of pesky red veins and capillaries, or those skinny blue veins? Then there’s the white, does IPL treat white hair? In most cases the answer is no but we’ve had some success treating white hair with our IPL hair removal system. But I will be going into detail about the color of hair and IPL in another post!