Facial Treatment Benefits

Facial Treatment Benefits

A good skin care routine is essential to keep your skin fresh and healthy. However, we must leave the skin to professionals and receive face treatment at a beauty salon or spa every once in a while. More specifically, once a month or every 6 weeks you should consider one.

A multi-stage, multifunctional therapy is a facial skin that involves steam, face masks, exfoliation, purification, face massage, with a variety of creams and lotions. There are many kinds of facial treatments and choosing the one you need depends on your skin type and skin issues. Some of them are deep moisturising, others firms and restore, while others concentrate on problem tic regions and certain skin problems.

Aside from just feeling like heaven, here are our top 10 reasons why you should come in to Murrieta Day Spa for monthly facials:
√ A good facial (and facial massage) can help smooth fine lines and promote collagen production, which is the building block of the skin (to prevent premature aging, wrinkles, and sagging).
√ Facials allow you to relax. They feel great and are healing to the soul. The power of touch, massage, proper technique, and professional products can heal. We call facials “relaxing with benefits”.  Who wouldn’t want stress relief and beautiful glowing skin at the same time?
√ Facials slow the aging process. They allow your skin to feel healthier, smoother, and look more radiant. Facials reduce fine lines, age spots, and relieve dehydrated skin. With these benefits, facials make us feel better about our skin.  With the use of exfoliation, massage, and the penetration of nutrients and antioxidants, facials also fight to reverse aging.  We will all age, but we can do it more slowly with glowing, firm, and hydrated skin.
√ Facials provide deep(er) exfoliation than you can achieve at home. Exfoliation smoothes skin, allows for great penetration of products (i.e. moisturizers or serums), unclogs pores, improves skin ability to retain hydration, and evens skin tone to just name a few benefits.
√ Facials decrease waste underneath the skin that can cause ruddiness, puffiness, and fluid accumulation by manipulating the lymphatic system that lies just under the skin. Facials also aids in detoxification of your skin.
√ Facials can increase circulation of the blood under the skin allowing the skin optimal health to facilitate the renewal skin cells. This is a natural process but facials stimulate and accelaerte these natural processes.
√ A facial clean the pores on a much deeper level. Similar to a good dental cleaning, this is what a facial can do for the skin/pores.  Even non-acneic skin can use a good deep cleanse.  Extractions/cleaning out the pores can help to maintain clear skin, stop acne formation, as well as can help to change the pore’s size.  Often times left unchecked, pores can start to stretch and widen with the accumulation of oil and debris.  (Please do not attempt to extract or pick at your own skin unless you are a professional and know how to do it properly- you could be at risk of scarring and infection).
√ Allowing professionally trained estheticians to counsel you on the proper products you should be using at home. This alone is worth the investment as the skincare industry can be a difficult (and expensive) area to navigate.
√ Can help even skin tone and lighten dark spots. Dark spots age our skins’ appearance visibly. A gentle reminder; sunscreen is still a necessity, no matter how great the facial.
√ Facials are not a miracle in 50 minutes but they do give you a fresh start to a healthier and balanced complexion. Regular facials will help you maintain optimal skin health.

So, yeah! Ladies, incorporate monthly facial treatment into your monthly calendar and bring out that glow in you.

But just in case you just can’t find a time for a deep cleansing or purifying or deep moisturising, let me introduce you to Youth Purifying Clay Mask and Youth Moisturizing Gel Mask! Check out the posters below for more info and if you need a free consultation, do contact Mommy J!

Fast. Efficient. Soothing. These three benefits and more when you apply Youth Masks designed with YOU in mind. Youth Masks help address your skin concerns while offering a load of beneficial nutrients to your skin so you look younger, longer. ⠀

🌚YOUTH PURIFYING CLAY MASK⠀
✅ For Oily Skin and Acne Prone skin. ⠀
✅ Naturally detoxify and purify skin with a triple blend of mineral-rich clays, superfine charcoal powder, and volcanic ash from pristine Jeju Island in the Pacific Ocean.⠀
✅ Made with natural ingredients and it contains patented Youth Complex. ✅ It helps absorbs and removes pollutants, impurities, and excess sebum to help minimize the appearance of pores, revealing smoother skin without stripping or drying.⠀

😚 YOUTH HYDRATING GEL MASK⠀
✅ For Dry Skin. ⠀
✅ It contains hyaluronic acid, aloe leaf juice, and a multi-herbal blend of Centella Asiatica and Chamomile extracts. ⠀
✅ Made with natural ingredients and it contains patented Youth Complex. ✅ It delivers instant and long-lasting moisture and leaves skin glowing.⠀

For combination skin, can use both together.

Check out the next post to get to know about these Youth Masks a bit more!

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A Brief History of Medicine

A Brief History of Medicine

What is medicine? How did it came about into the world – who first discovered it? The history of medicine shows how societies have changed in their approach to illness and disease from ancient times to the present. Early medical traditions include those of Babylon, China, Egypt and Mesopotamia. The Hippocratic Oath was written in ancient Greece in the 5th century BCE, and is a direct inspiration for oaths of office that physicians swear upon entry into the profession today. In the Middle Ages, surgical practices inherited from the ancient masters were improved and then systematized in Rogerius’s The Practice of Surgery. Universities began systematic training of physicians around 1220 CE in Italy.

Invention of the microscope was a consequence of improved understanding, during the Renaissance. Prior to the 19th century, humourism (also known as humoralism) was thought to explain the cause of disease but it was gradually replaced by the germ theory of disease, leading to effective treatments and even cures for many infectious diseases. Military doctors advanced the methods of trauma treatment and surgery. Public health measures were developed especially in the 19th century as the rapid growth of cities required systematic sanitary measures. Advanced research centres opened in the early 20th century, often connected with major hospitals. The mid-20th century was characterized by new biological treatments, such as antibiotics. These advancements, along with developments in chemistry, genetics, and radiography led to modern medicine. Medicine was heavily professionalized in the 20th century, and new careers opened to women as nurses (from the 1870s) and as physicians (especially after 1970).

Although there is little record to establish when plants were first used for medicinal purposes (herbalism), the use of plants as healing agents, as well as clays and soils is ancient. Over time, through emulation of the behaviour of fauna, a medicinal knowledge base developed and passed between generations. Even earlier, Neanderthals may have engaged in medical practices. As tribal culture specialized specific castes, shamans and apothecaries fulfilled the role of healer. The first known dentistry dates to c. 7000 BC in Baluchistan where Neolithic dentists used flint-tipped drills and bowstrings. The first known trepanning operation was carried out c. 5000 BC in Ensisheim, France. A possible amputation was carried out c. 4,900 BC in Buthiers-Bulancourt, France.

The practice of medicine changed in the face of rapid advances in science, as well as new approaches by physicians. Hospital doctors began much more systematic analysis of patients’ symptoms in diagnosis. Among the more powerful new techniques were anesthesia, and the development of both antiseptic and aseptic operating theaters. Effective cures were developed for certain endemic infectious diseases. However the decline in many of the most lethal diseases was due more to improvements in public health and nutrition than to advances in medicine. Medicine was revolutionized in the 19th century and beyond by advances in chemistry, laboratory techniques, and equipment. Old ideas of infectious disease epidemiology were gradually replaced by advances in bacteriology and virology. The ABO blood group system was discovered in 1901, and the Rhesus blood group system in 1937, facilitating blood transfusion.

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During the 20th century, large-scale wars were attended with medics and mobile hospital units which developed advanced techniques for healing massive injuries and controlling infections rampant in battlefield conditions. During the Mexican Revolution (1910–1920), General Pancho Villa organized hospital trains for wounded soldiers. Boxcars marked Servicio Sanitario (“sanitary service”) were re-purposed as surgical operating theatres and areas for recuperation, and staffed by up to 40 Mexican and U.S. physicians. Severely wounded soldiers were shuttled back to base hospitals. Canadian physician Norman Bethune, M.D. developed a mobile blood-transfusion service for frontline operations in the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939), but ironically, he himself died of blood poisoning. Thousands of scarred troops provided the need for improved prosthetic limbs and expanded techniques in plastic surgery or reconstructive surgery. Those practices were combined to broaden cosmetic surgery and other forms of elective surgery.

During the second World War, Alexis Carrel and Henry Dakin developed the Carrel-Dakin method of treating wounds with an irrigation, Dakin’s solution, a germicide which helped prevent gangrene. The War spurred the usage of Roentgen‘s X-ray, and the electrocardiograph, for the monitoring of internal bodily functions. This was followed in the inter-war period by the development of the first anti-bacterial agents such as the sulpha antibiotics.

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What is CP500? Something You Should Know as a Business Person.

What is CP500? Something You Should Know as a Business Person.

Hi, Good Morning!

Today, I am going to share something interesting which is CP500.

What is CP500?

Why CP500?

Everytime when I received something from LHDN, my heart beats faster than usual. Do you feel the same as I do? LOLZ!

As an income earner in Malaysia, we cannot runaway from paying tax. Every year, we need to declare our incomes and expenses so that we know what is our taxable income. We need to pay income tax to the government based on the taxable amount.

Here is the chart that you may want to keep as record.

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This is my very first year receiving my love letter, CP500 from LHDN.

What is CP500?

CP500 is what we call as Income Tax Installment. It is a notice of Prepayment of Income Tax by Instalment.

CP500 normally will be sent early of the year to those who are ‘selected’ where you have to pay your (estimated) tax on an installment basis.

Who are the people who will be receiving this CP500?

Normally CP500 is given to people who has an income but not from their fixed pay. For example, people who drive GrabCar, people who has extra income via house rental or car rental, people who are doing online business and anyone who has a source of income but not paying PCB monthly.

Since I am not working now and I am receiving my monthly bonus from Shaklee, so I have to pay for this Prepayment of Income Tax by Installment via CP500 Notice.

This is actually a form of initiative to help tax payer to pay for their tax on a bi-monthly basis instead of a whole lumpsum during the tax declaration period.

If case the income tax amount is lesser than the amount that you have paid under this installment period, government will refund back to you as usual.

How Does LHDN Decides on the Amount on CP500?

LHDN estimates the tax amount based on the income tax paid in previous year.

For example, I am paying my tax of RM6000 in Year 2018. So LHDN will issue CP500 with an estimated tax of RM5000 and divide them into 6 months.

I have to pay my CP500 of RM1000 every bi-monthly starting March 2019 until January 2020.

How to Pay your CP500?

You can pay at most of the banks in Malaysia over the counter for CIMB Bank, Public Bank, Malybank, Affin Bank, Bank Rakyat, RHB Bank and BSN. You can also pay via online transfer using CIMB, PBB, Maybank2u, HLB, RHB, Vitibank, Alliance Bank and BSN.

You can choose to pay via LHDNM website at http://www.hasil.gov.my using FPX method.

If you prefer to walk in to LHDNM, you can choose to pay using cheque, bank draft to Ketua Pengarah Hasil Dalam Negeri.

If you choose to pay via CP501 Form, make sure you fill your details properly on the form which is attached together in the CP500 Notice and send to Pos Malaysia Berhad. The details and address is included together in the CP500 Notice.

Penalty for Late Payment

YES! There is always a penalty is you fail to pay on the “Tarikh Akhir Kena Bayar”, last date to pay. A penalty of 10% up to 100% will be imposed for late payer. So make sure you set your alarm every 2 months to pay for your CP500. Hehe.

So, don’t worry!

The government is not collecting extra money from you. It is just a system for you to pay your tax in advance via their installment program. It is common among those who are working with a company because they have to pay for their PCB (Monthly Tax Deduction) every month as stipulated in their payslip. It is a series of monthly deductions that go towards payment of your taxes in relation to your employment income. These monthly deductions are retained by your employer and paid over to the Inland Revenue Board (LHDN).

Hope this article helps those in doubt of CP500.

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What is Coenzyme Q10?

What is Coenzyme Q10?

Coenzyme Q10, otherwise called CoQ10, is an important element that helps power your cells. The human body produces CoQ10 naturally, unfortunately with time and aging, its production decreases. Fortunately, in these modern and medically advanced age, you are able to get CoQ10 through supplements and foods. Illnesses like heart disease, brain disorders, diabetes, and cancer are normally associated with low levels of CoQ10. It isn’t evident whether low levels of CoQ10 cause these diseases or are a result of them. One thing is for sure: a lot of research has uncovered that CoQ10’s has a wide scope of benefits. Here is all you have to think about CoQ10. The mitochondria are accountable for creating vitality. They shield cells from oxidative damage and disease-causing bacteria or viruses. As CoQ10 production decreases as you age, older people seem to be deficient in this compound.

Some other causes of CoQ10 deficiency include;

  • Nutritional deficiencies, such as vitamin B6 deficiency
  • Genetic defects in CoQ10 synthesis or utilization
  • Increased demands by tissues as a consequence of disease
  • Mitochondrial diseases
  • Oxidative stress due to aging
  • Side effects of statin treatments

Research has shown that CoQ10 plays several key roles in your body. One of its primary functions is to help generate energy in your cells. It’s involved in making adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which involved in energy transfer within cells.

Its other important role is to serve as an antioxidant and protect cells from oxidative damage. Excessive amounts of free radicals lead to oxidative damage, which can interfere with regular cell functioning. This is known to cause many health conditions. Given that ATP is used to carry out all the body’s functions and oxidative damage is destructive to cells, it is not surprising that some chronic diseases have been linked to low levels of CoQ10. CoQ10 is present in every cell of your body. However, the highest concentrations are found in organs with the greatest energy demands, such as the heart, kidneys, lungs and liver.

The following is a list of the 9 main benefits of CoQ10.

  1. CoQ10 has been shown to protect brain cells from oxidative damage and reduce the action of harmful compounds that can lead to brain disease.CoQ10 help treat heart failure by improving heart function, increasing ATP production and limiting oxidative damage.
  2. The antioxidant properties of CoQ10 help improve sperm quality and reduce the decline in the number and quality of eggs in women.
  3. When applied directly to the skin, CoQ10 can reduce sun damage and increase antioxidant protection. Supplementing with CoQ10 may also help decrease the risk of skin cancer.
  4. Supplementing with CoQ10 prevent and treat migraines, as it increases mitochondrial function and reduces inflammation.
  5. Exercise performance can be affected by oxidative stress and mitochondrial dysfunction. CoQ10 help lower oxidative damage, promote exercise capacity and decrease fatigue.
  6. Supplementing with CoQ10 help increase insulin sensitivity and improve blood sugar levels.
  7. CoQ10 plays a critical role in the protection of cell DNA and cell survival, both of which are strongly linked to cancer prevention and recurrence.
  8. CoQ10 has been shown to protect brain cells from oxidative damage and reduce the action of harmful compounds that can lead to brain disease.
  9. CoQ10 can reduce oxidative damage and inflammation that results in diseases of the lungs.

Since CoQ10 is fat-soluble, it is recommended to take it with food or use products that combine it with oils to improve its absorption. Supplementing with CoQ10 appears to be well tolerated by individuals and has low toxicity. CoQ10 is found in some foods, especially organ meats. Also, it seems that it’s as equally well absorbed through foods as it is through supplements.

Shaklee has a product that can provide you with the sufficient daily dosage of CoQ10 needed by the body to properly function. Coq-Trol Plus by Shaklee is different from the rest;

The Shaklee Difference

  • CoQ-Trol Plus provides a natural, proprietary blend of 100mg of Coenzyme Q10 plus resveratrol and tocopherol.
  • For optimum absorption, it is equipped with olive oil delivery system.
  • A patented formulation to improve absorption of Coenzyme Q10.
    Patent No: MY-139379-A

To know more about the product, contact Mommy J for a free consultation and more info on the all new CoQ-Trol Plus and take charge of your health!

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How To Cope With Mental Illness.

How To Cope With Mental Illness.

Mental disorders are common and widespread.  According to the World Health Organization, at some point in a person’s life, 1 out of 4 will be affected by mental or neurological disorders. Mental disorders are one of the top causes of ill-health and disability worldwide and should not be taken lightly. Around 450 million people currently suffer from such conditions.

Most families are not prepared to cope with learning their loved one has a mental illness. It can be physically and emotionally trying, and can make us feel vulnerable to the opinions and judgments of others. Treatments are available, but nearly two-thirds of people with a known mental disorder never seek help from a health professional. Stigma, discrimination and neglect prevent care and treatment from reaching people with mental disorders, says the World Health Organization (WHO). Where there is neglect, there is little or no understanding. Where there is no understanding, there is neglect.

Dr Gro Harlem Brundtland, the Director-General of WHO said, mental illness is not a personal failure. So we shouldn’t feel discourage and know that they are help available. Mental illness or disorders have many types, here are some listed by Time To Change.Uk :

Anxiety & panic attacks

Anxiety is a normal emotion that we all experience but becomes a mental health problem when someone finds they are feeling this way all or most of the time.

Bipolar disorder

Bipolar disorder is a diagnosis given to someone who experiences extreme periods of low (depressed) and high (manic) moods. 

Depression

Depression is a diagnosis given to someone who is experiencing a low mood and who finds it hard or impossible to have fun or enjoy their lives.

Eating disorders

An eating disorder is a diagnosis given to someone who has unhealthy thoughts, feelings and behaviour about food and their body shape.

Obsessive-compulsive disorder

Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a mental health diagnosis given to someone who experiences obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours.

Personality disorders

 If someone has a personality disorder, some aspects of their personality might affect them in a way which makes it very difficult to cope with day to day life, especially when it comes to relation

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a diagnosis given to people who develop a certain set of symptoms following a traumatic event. What is PTSD? Symptoms include:

Psychosis

A person experiencing psychosis perceives the world in a different way to those around them, including hallucinations, delusions or both.

Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a diagnosis given to people who experience symptoms of psychosis, alongside what are called ‘negative symptoms’.

Self-harm

Self-harm is when someone purposely hurts themselves, usually in order to cope with intense emotional distress.

Suicidal feelings

Suicide – when someone intentionally takes their own life – is a very complex issue. Check this site out if you or a loved one is in need of help and support : http://www.suicide.org/hotlines/international/malaysia-suicide-hotlines.html

Self-care and general lifestyle changes can help manage the symptoms of many mental health problems. They may also help prevent some problems from developing or getting worse. Here are some tips for looking after yourself that you might find helpful:

However, it’s important to remember that there is unlikely to be an instant solution. Recovering from a mental health problem takes time and work and most importantly moral support from your loved ones. Nothing is incurable, everything can be fixed if it is accepted, diagnosed and treated. 

Unfortunately, no supplement or pills can help you fix mental illness, but there are supplements that can promote a healthy brain development and to maintain. Contact Mommy J for a free consultation on supplements that are great for the wellness and health of your brain, your children and the brain development of your unborn child.

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Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis

Known as the “wear and tear” type of arthritis and is associated with factors such as aging, injury or obesity; Osteoarthritis is one of the several types of arthritis and also listed as a common form of arthritis next to rheumatoid arthritis. Although sometimes most of these types of arthritis have similar symptoms, it is important to distinguish between them in order to determine the proper treatment.

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis, affecting millions of people worldwide. It occurs when the protective cartilage on the ends of your bones wears down over time. Although osteoarthritis can damage any joint in your body, the disorder most commonly affects joints in your hands, knees, hips and spine.

Although osteoarthritis was long believed to be caused by the “wear and tear” of joints over time, scientists now view it as a disease of the joint. Here are some of the factors that contribute to the development of Osteoarthritis:

Genes: Various genetic traits can make a person more likely to develop Osteoarthritis. One possibility is a rare defect in the body’s production of collagen, the protein that makes up cartilage. This abnormality can cause osteoarthritis to occur as early as age 20. Other inherited traits may result in slight defects in the way the bones fit together so that cartilage wears away faster than usual.

Weight: Being overweight puts additional pressure on hips and knees. Many years of carrying extra pounds can cause the cartilage that cushions joints to break down faster. Studies suggest that excess fat tissue produces inflammatory chemicals (cytokines) that can damage the joints. 

Injury and overuse: Repetitive movements or injuries to joints (such as a fracture, surgery or ligament tears) can lead to osteoarthritis. Some athletes, for example, repeatedly damage joints, tendons and ligaments, which can speed cartilage breakdown. Certain careers that require standing for long periods of time, repetitive bending, heavy lifting or other movements can also make cartilage wear away more quickly.

Others: Several other factors may contribute to osteoarthritis. These factors include bone and joint disorders like rheumatoid arthritis, certain metabolic disorders such as hemochromatosis, which causes the body to absorb too much iron, or acromegaly, which causes the body to make too much growth hormone. 

There is no cure for Osteoarthritis, however you can manage symptoms and reduce risk factors. If you do develop Osteoarthritis, there are many lifestyle changes you can make to slow the course of the disease. A number of lifestyle factors affect your risk of developing Osteoarthritis. Making certain lifestyle changes can help you improve your joint health and prevent Osteoarthritis. Exercise

  1. Exercise

Low-impact exercise can improve joint health. Look for activities that include strength training and stretching in addition to aerobic exercise. Regular exercise can help slow down, or even prevent, Osteoarthritis. Exercise helps people by:

  • maintaining healthy joints
  • relieving stiffness
  • reducing pain and fatigue
  • increasing muscle and bone strength

2. Maintain a Healthy Weight

Excess weight is one of the biggest risk factors of Osteoarthritis, as it puts extra stress on your joints, which can speed up the deterioration of joint cartilage. Overweight and obese individuals are at high risk of developing Osteoarthritis. Losing weight can help reduce pain and improve symptoms

3. Rest

Exercise can help people develop healthy joints and muscles, but overuse of joints can increase the risk of developing Osteoarthritis. The key is balance. If your joints are swollen or achy, give them a break. Try to avoid using a swollen joint for at least 12 to 24 hours. Letting an injured joint heal helps reduce the risk of developing Osteoarthritis there in the future.

4. Control Sugar Intake & Level

High glucose levels can speed up the formation of molecules that make cartilage stiff, and diabetes can also trigger inflammation that can accelerate cartilage loss. Keeping diabetes under control and regulating your glucose levels can help prevent Osteoarthritis.

Although there is no cure for osteoarthritis, there are many ways to prevent it and relieve and manage its symptoms. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle with low-impact exercise, getting plenty of rest and enough sleep, and maintaining a healthy diet and weight are simple ways you can reduce and manage Osteoarthritis symptoms so that you can live a healthy and fulfilling life.

How Shaklee can help with Osteoarthritis? Check out below!

  • Joint Health Complex – Promotes healthy joints
  • OmegaGuard – Supports joint function
  • Cinch – Helps with weight loss and keeps a healthy BMI

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