Personal care is an integral part of the life of every person. But it just so happens that women have a much longer list of beauty procedures than men. And these are not just whims! Responsible self-care is the key to strong health and good looks.
All you have to do to take proper care of yourself is to remember which procedures and how often you need to do them. We have compiled a self-care calendar for you. Remember it, or even better – print it out and hang it someplace visible! Let's start with the items that need to be done daily.
The following ones are optional. Of course, you don’t have to get a professional massage every week, but you can at least massage your face yourself. Scrubs and masks will make your leisure time more pleasant and "girly." Why not spend one day a week taking care of your body, face, and hair? Here is what you can do:
Once every fortnight, remember about beauty procedures such as a manicure, pedicure, eyebrow and lash care, and of course hair removal! If you are wearing false nails and eyelashes, don’t forget about correction.
Every month you can treat yourself to a change. First, you can refresh the shade of your hair. Second, if you are ready to experiment, get a slightly different haircut. And, of course, you can indulge yourself in a visit to the spa salon or steam bath.
Once a year – these procedures are the most important as they are related to health. Every woman should clearly understand that there are medical procedures and checkups that require annual repetition to avoid serious health problems. You will find the list below.
Now you know how to arrange all your beauty procedures, as well as doctors’ appointments. This self-care calendar is a must-have for every woman. Stay healthy and beautiful!
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