What Experts Think of Sanseti, the Skin Care Kit All Over Social Media 12 100894

If you’re a fan of some of Hollywood’s hottest stars, or a follower of beauty trends on Instagram, you’ve probably seen the Sanseti Timeless Skin Care System. High profile fans of the system have said things like: “this has been a game changer for me” and “this is my go-to brand”. Experts say the key to the product’s success is its 360-degree approach to skin care. Many skin care products do a decent job prepping, moisturizing, or tightening the skin; but it’s rare to find one set of products that does everything.

What is it?

On its website, Sanseti claims their product(s) have been shown to reduce deep wrinkles by 44% while producing a 37% reduction in wrinkle density. Pretty dramatic results to claim in a clinical environment! According to the company, the products include botanicals such as: Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract (Japanese Green Tea), Red Marine Algae (Ahnfelita Conccina Extract), Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil, Lavandula Hybrida Oil, Echinacea Angustifolia Extract; and peptides like Dipeptide-2, Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-3 (Matrixyl), and Acetyl Hexapeptide-3.

Sanseti recommends using the product set as part of your daily routine: Cleanse, Moisturize, and Tighten.

In addition to the numerous celebrities and skin care experts who have pledged their love for the Sanseti line of skin care products, the company also offers up dozens of real customer reviews on its website.

“The skin cleanser is freaking amazing, it really gets all the dead skin and dirt off my face and leaves it feeling super smooth. Along with the advanced peptide lotion, my skin has never looked better,” one woman wrote.

“Amazing, worked even better than expected. I now understand the hype about this brand,” another said.

What do the experts say?

It looks and sounds remarkable, but is this for real? Dermatologists tell us, “The products in this kit contain a variety of calming botanicals alongside several peptides that brighten, tighten, and minimize the appearance of wrinkles.” For example, Sodium Hyaluronate holds up to a thousand times its weight in moisture retention, while Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-3 has been clinically shown to improve skin firmness, elasticity, and help with inflammation.

As for claims that Sanseti can reduce wrinkles by 44%, our source says very likely. “The cleanser likely preps the skin to receive moisture, the moisturizer ingredients provide the necessary elements to give the elasticity that most people are looking for, and the studies behind the serum claiming wrinkle reductions are 100% legitimate.” Our source added that the oils found in the Essential Anti-Puff Eye Gel have shown a decrease in eye bag thickness and also indicated a 25% reduction of capillary permeability.

So is Sanseti worth the price?

After using the product for 2 weeks, we give Sanseti our “BUY IT” grade. We found it to be a very good value, the products are all high in quality, and the results were definitely noticeable. Experts agree, saying that the Sanseti Timeless Skin Care System is beneficial and can be incorporated into your overall long-term anti-aging routine. The company is so sure you’ll have a similar experience that they have created the “Sanseti Challenge” for our readers.  Try their products for 30 days, if you don’t like them; send them back for a full refund, zero questions asked. They’ve also given Pure Source readers a 20% discount on their first purchase:

Use PROMO CODE: PURESOURCE20 at checkout to receive 20% OFF AND FREE SHIPPING on your first order of Sanseti: Click Here To Order

If you aren’t sure what’s best for your skin, visit your dermatologist for a skin care consult. Remember, treating your skin well isn’t as simple as using any one product; but a good one can definitely help! Take good care of your skin all the time and your selfie will thank you later.

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5 Yoga moves to add to your daily stretching today 0 53353

Introduction

It’s no surprise that the practice of yoga has grown in popularity over the last couple of decades. It has several benefits like core strengthening and improved flexibility. However, yoga has several poses and positions that can get a little confusing when choosing what poses to do to achieve your goals. Whether you are just starting out, or are looking to raise the bar during your yoga, this is the post for you.

A brief history on the origin of yoga

Modern yoga as we know it is a combination of different poses and forms, evolved over centuries and modified by different practitioners. Take the first ever recorded instance of yoga, which dates as far back as the 2nd century which, although it was not clearly described as yoga, involved a sitting posture described to require a steady form and comfort. The form was assumed for meditation, not unlike what we have today. In about the 11th century, there was a description of a non-seated pose in which the practitioner balances on the hands. As the centuries passed, yoga became more evolved, and more adapted to modern cultures like ours.

Simple forms

Even though yoga has changed over the years, there are simple poses that have remained relatively constant through the ages, retaining their simplicity and form.

Here are 5 of those simple forms that can be incorporated into your daily routine

  1. Lotus Position: The lotus is one of the most fundamental positions in yoga, with a long history like we discussed. The lotus has a special position among all the stretches and positions not just because it is the oldest, but also because it is key to meditation, which is a big part of yoga.

To enter the sitting position:

  • Sit on the mat with your legs and your back straight
  • Fold your legs so that your feet now rest under your thigh as you relax and let your feet rest comfortably on the floor.
  1. Cow position: The cow position is also a relatively easy position to attain. It is especially good for stretching and relaxing the back muscles as it involves stretching the vertebrae (back bone) and the spinal muscles.

To perform the cow position,

  • Start by kneeling on all fours (hands directly beneath shoulders, and knees directly beneath the hips)
  • Breath in and turn your head upwards as if to look at the ceiling, forming an upward facing curve with your back (the hollow facing upwards)
  • Breath out and return to the neutral position
  • Repeat as necessary
  1. Child Position: The child pose is different from the cow position, only because it stretches the back in the opposite direction, as well as the neck, arms, and legs. It also tones and strengthens the core muscles, giving a mild general body stretch. The child pose is especially good in situations where you don’t have a lot of time during the session. It is a great pose for stretching a lot of areas at once.

To enter the child position:

  • Kneel on all fours like in the cow position
  • Lower your hips so your thighs touch your calves
  • Lean forward, and extend your arms so your elbow and hands touch the mat
  • Maintain the position for the desired length of time
  • Repeat
  1. Bridge pose: So named because of the way the body resembles a bridge when done correctly. The bridge position can be considered the opposite of the child’s pose because here, the back is active and extended, with the hips and knees flexed and bearing most of the body’s weight. The bridge is good for stretching the abdominal muscles and the thighs.

To enter the bridge position:

  • Lie flat on your back and bend your knees
  • With your bent knees, elevate your body so your buttocks and lower back lift off the mat
  • Bring your arms forward so they are positioned directly beneath your body
  • Be sure to keep your upper back and head on the mat during the pose
  • Hold for as long as necessary and repeat as desired
  • Repeat
  1. Locust Position: The locust position is an intermediate level position, because of the core strength it requires to execute. It is very similar to the “superman” in resistance training. While the superman is for strength building, the locust is for stretching and relaxation. It concentrates on the arms, legs and upper back.

To enter the locust position:

  • Lie on your chest with your arms and legs stretched out on the mat
  • Lift your legs from the hip off the mat, while simultaneously lifting your head, arms, and upper chest
  • Maintain the position for the desired length of time
  • Repeat

Incorporate these stretches and positions into your daily routine to increase strength, flexibility, and improve inner-peace. Let us know what you think!

New year resolutions that work 0 69467

For most people, new year resolutions are like second chances: A second chance at being a better you; a second chance at getting another year right; a second chance at your goals and dreams. The feeling you get from making brand new decisions in the new year is almost a high, making you feel empowered. But with a success rate of less than 20%, most new year resolutions don’t make it to February, which can leave us feeling insufficient and undisciplined. However, there are ways to make and achieve new year resolutions and that’s what this post is all about.

Most new year resolutions are made half-heartedly. We cross our fingers, close our eyes, and say the resolution in our minds with wishful optimism as we blow out birthday candles. As a result, the resolution disappears into thin air like candle smoke, listless and without energy. Resolutions never happen that way. But to be fair, the intention and energy that follows a new year resolution is dependent on why the resolution is being made in the first place. People make new year resolutions for more reasons than are immediately obvious. Sometimes we make resolutions because we actually want to make a change. But other times, it is not so simple. Other times, we make resolutions because it is simple. Sometimes, we make resolutions because it would be weird if we didn’t. And sometimes, our resolutions are simply an avenue for us to get out of doing things that we know we ought to do. And because resolutions rarely work, we can simply blame our failure on the resolution’s inconsistency.

Making and acting on new year resolutions involves more than just wishing they were true. It requires a certain stick-to-it-tiveness that most people are not prepared for when they make the resolutions. Fortunately, there are simple steps that can bring us that much closer to achieving our new year resolutions.

  1. Set resolutions that you actually want to achieve: The most  important thing when setting a new year resolution is to only set resolutions that you want to achieve. The chances of achieving new year resolutions that you do not really want are slim to none. And, as we know, things don’t just happen because we wish them to. Hitting your new year goals begins with wanting it.
  2. Set realistic and achievable resolutions: The very nature of resolutions are that they are things that see yourself doing. A resolution of a big-boned individual to be as ripped as Dwayne Johnson is simply unachievable. It is more realistic to set a particular amount of weight you want to lose.
  3. Dream BIG: Just because your resolutions should be realistic does not mean they cannot be ambitious. Set resolutions that challenge you and push you out of your comfort zone. If the idea is to grow and improve as an individual, why not become the most improved individual you can be. For our big-boned friend whose resolution might be to lose 50 lbs for instance, he could make it an ambitious 100 lbs.
  4. Make your resolutions into goals: Research shows that you are 40% more likely to achieve the goals that you write down, and until you make it into a clear written objective, a new year resolution is just wishful thinking. When you write down your new year resolution, you are committing yourself to following through, which increases your chances of achieving it. A goal-oriented resolution might be to lose 10 lbs every month.
  5. Break them down into small actionable steps: It can be daunting to look at the ambitious goals you have set for yourself in the new year. It can often be overwhelming because sometimes, you don’t even know where to begin. At this stage, it helps to break the resolutions into simple, easy-to-do daily action points. With the steps broken down into pieces, you can make daily progress without the strain of feeling like you have to do it all at once. An example may be to do 30 minutes of aerobic exercise, three times weekly.
  6. Celebrate your progress: Sometimes, we fall short of our goals and that’s alright. Remember to take a minute to review your progress and how far you’ve come and grown!

We all want to be better versions of ourselves and new year resolutions can help us do that and even though they can be quite difficult to follow through and execute, they are a huge part of the growth process. Making resolutions and sticking to them will help us grow as individuals and we all know that growth is arguably the most important part of being human. As you continue the year, make, tweak, and stick to your resolutions and watch yourself evolve into a happier, more fulfilled individual.

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