Happy aging

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Anti Aging Packages - Experience Happy Aging

At the latest when the first deep wrinkles start to show, anti aging offers will become interesting for most of us. Suddenly we ask ourselves questions like:

  • What helps best against wrinkles?
  • Which Anti Aging cream is really good?
  • And what is the best care for mature skin?

The beauticians in the wellness hotels will be happy to help with all these issues concerning beauty and facial treatments. Often they will probably recommend taking a deep breath first. After all, we are all getting older. And you can see that too. However, if you show sufficient composure, your charisma and personality will more than compensate for the signs of aging. If the right care is then added, nothing stands in the way of Happy Aging.

Anti Aging vs. Happy Aging

Happy Aging can be understood as a countermovement to Anti Aging. While the latter aims to remove the signs of ageing, Happy Aging is about getting older in a healthy and happy way. Of course, this can also include good care for mature skin or treatments that make small wrinkles and pigmentation spots disappear. But the focus is on getting older in peace with your own body.


Anti Aging offers in the Wellness Hotel

Anti-aging offers in the wellness hotel range from facial treatments with anti-aging products to cosmetic appliances.

Anti-aging tips - how it works with Happy Aging

Skin ageing can be slowed down - if you take these anti-aging tips into account, your skin will stay young for longer!

  • The first, biggest stress factor for the skin is too much sun. Up to 80% of our lines and wrinkles are caused by it. You can protect yourself with day creams that contain UV filters.
  • Creams with retinol and peptides are also considered to be skin rejuvenators. Frequent creaming is important for smooth, well-cared for skin.
  • Smoking is not only bad for the skin. Nicotine is a danger to the heart, blood vessels and brain, can cause cancer and makes the skin age prematurely.
  • Beware of alcohol, too: it dehydrates the skin. Therefore: drink alcohol only in moderation.
  • A lot of sleep also keeps you young, the skin can regenerate and the immune system produces defence cells.
  • Healthy food: keeps you fit and makes your complexion glow.
  • Sport: helps with stress and keeps the connective tissue taut.
  • Other tips for beautiful skin: drink a lot, at least one and a half litres of unsweetened liquids such as herbal teas or still water a day!
  • Workaholics age faster: avoid stress as much as possible (work-life balance)
  • create a balance - Yoga and Pilates are also insider tips against wrinkles

Our Happy aging-Tips for you

Eye Candy

True story: If you eat carrots, you can improve your eyesight. In order to work properly, the photoreceptor cell needs enough vitamin A and carotene and carrots contain both.

Rose flowers against swollen eyes

Partied too hard and slept too little? That can leave your eyes feeling super puffy. No worries though, as your super hero rose flowers will help you out: The essential oil and tannings will make the swelling go down. Place the fresh flower on your closed eyelids. If you do not have fresh flowers at hand, you can use cotton pads and rose water instead. By the way: the plant with the appropriate name Eyebright can also help. 

Walking on sand

Jogging on sand is especially effect: Due to the unsteady underground more muscles are engaged. This burns more calories and results in slimmer calves and stronger ankles. Also, the stunning seascape definitely makes up for the effort.

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Abhyanga

The Abhyanga massage, also known as extensive oiling in the western world, is a form of Ayurvedic massage. Abhyanga is a full body massage using oil and is applied by two massage therapists working in sync but it can also be done by one massage therapist using both hands.

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Mindfulness

Mindfulness is a well-known method of reducing stress. It is also known as MBSR.

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