1. I’m going to adopt new wellness habits and stick to them!

    I’m going to adopt new wellness habits and stick to them!
    You have just closed the chapter on 2018 in your life history, and you now find yourself looking at a blank page. It’s an exciting time of the year, because this is exactly when we like to launch our new challenges for a better New Year, with a yearning to feel better in ourselves and in our bodies.
  2. A professional peel at home: dermabrasion

    A professional peel at home: dermabrasion
    As the cold returns, you can feel that your skin has become more sensitive to the changes in temperature. In winter, your face is affected more by harmful external effects and dryness. Your complexion becomes pale and lifeless. You like to be pampered during the long winter evenings, and your sk
  3. Looking after our feet to cope with winter in comfort!

    Looking after our feet to cope with winter in comfort!
    So, the cold of winter is well and truly here, and so is its share of unpleasant little surprises, like dampness that inevitably leads to wet feet and frozen toes...Without ever really warming up, you are forced to wear thick socks in shoes that are too tight... In short, all the conditions you need
  4. How to choose the right ultrasonic humidifier

    How to choose the right ultrasonic humidifier
    Maintaining good air quality in the home and the office is fundamental to your health and well-being. Winter is a crucial time for this, and the symptoms of a relative humidity level that is too low quickly make themselves felt. Tickly throat, dry skin, tiredness? You need a humidifier! But how do y
  5. Using a humidifier to minimise the winter discomforts

    Using a humidifier to minimise the winter discomforts
    The cold weather is back, along with all its discomforts. Like us, you are bound to have the unpleasant feeling of dryness in your nose, eyes and even your skin... Are you feeling more susceptible to colds and other illnesses, such as 'flu? Is your sleep interrupted by breathing difficulties? Sympto
  6. How to relieve the muscular tension associated with everyday life

    How to relieve the muscular tension associated with everyday life
    Once you have come to the end of your challenges for the day, something tells us you need a cosy, comfortable evening... You feel the need to relax, breathe out and get rid of the painful muscular tension your body has built up!All too often, our response is to take medication to get rid of the pain
  7. Our solutions to cope with the change of season

    Our solutions to cope with the change of season
    If you have clicked on this article, you are looking for solutions for the following symptoms: "Even though I get plenty of rest, I feel permanently tired, I'm eating more than usual, I feel a bit down in the evening and anxious during the day, I have difficulty doing everyday jobs quickly," etc. Ev
  8. Keeping on track when the clocks go back

    Keeping on track when the clocks go back
    The clocks are going back, and that means winter time - it's dark when you get up and when you get home from work. It's a phenomenon that confuses your body and biological clock, and you feel it every year. As a result, you struggle to get up and/or have difficulty getting to sleep. So here is some
  9. Exercising all year round - a worthwhile endeavour for your general health that thwarts the autumn lethargy

    Exercising all year round - a worthwhile endeavour for your general health that thwarts the autumn lethargy
    For a long time now you've been determined to put aside some time for yourself and devote a bit of time to exercise every week. The thermometer is set to nosedive, the days are getting shorter and your spirits are lowering - as is your motivation. But did you know that the arrival of colder, gloomie
  10. A change of season also means a change in routine for my skin!

    A change of season also means a change in routine for my skin!
    Even though there are still a few lovely sunny days left, we can't deny that the cold is quietly setting in. The mid-season jacket has come out of the wardrobe, as has our favourite woolly jumper, and we've started tying a scarf around our neck. But what about our skin? How do we get that ready for