A New Year means a new you. What are you going to change?
1st January 2013
January’s a month like no other. We’ve spent the past five weeks preparing for and enjoying the festive period and before you know it, you’ve said those three words - ‘Happy New Year’. Then it finally hits home. It’s all over and now it’s time to go back to the grindstone. Once the clock hits twelve on New Years’ Eve, people are already thinking about heading back to work, getting the kids back to school and those ominous New Years’ resolutions that we’ve been thinking about so much. But it’s not all bad; January is a great month to start how you mean to go on for the rest of the year.
All the negatives from the previous year can now be forgotten and can be allocated a small space in the vault of history. Now, we’re looking forward to a new year with fresh starts, clean slates and bold choices.
One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions each year is to create a healthier lifestyle. It’s popular for a reason – it’s a damn good idea. Especially after the festive period where we’ve eaten terribly, drank excessively and partied too hard. January is the month where the new diet starts, the new running shoes are cleaned and we begin to think how we can help our body.
One part of your body that will need a break right now will be your skin. You might not know this but our skin is one of the biggest indicators of our overall health. If our skin is looking tired and weary, we’re probably feeling the same inside. But don’t stress, it’s January which means it’s time for our changes to take place. Why not take extra care of your body and skin?
Askari Townshend, Medical Director at sk:n said: “In the New Year everyone is thinking about their plans for the year and it’s a great opportunity to make an extra effort to look after your skin. One of the best things you can do is visit us at sk:n where you can have an in depth skin consultation and find out everything you need to know about your skin.”
For more information about sk:n and the services they provide, call one of their friendly team today on 0800 028 7222 or visit sknclinics.co.uk.