The Best Skincare Products for Your Gym Bag
It’s important to ensure your summer skincare routine compliments your active lifestyle. Here’s how you can use your favourite Forest Essentials products as a part of your exercise routine.
1. Fresh Faced
From The Gym and Back - Facial Tonic Mists
Prevent skin problems like dehydration and acne that are common post workout, before they happen with our floral water based Facial Tonic Mists. Our pure and active water-based toners are made from floral, fruit and herbal extracts, captured and crystallised at the height of potency; to hydrate, tone and revive the skin. Apply the toner before you begin workout, during and after, to replenish moisture you lost through sweat.
2. Stay Sweat proof This
Summer - Natural Dusting
Prepared with a base of natural Corn Starch instead of Talc, these fragrant dusting powders not only dress your skin in a delicate powdery veil of fragrance that lasts you through long sweat drenched hours at the gym but also absorb moisture and oil to keep you smooth, dry and fragrant.
3. Enhance Yoga Results and Ease Tired Muscles - Ayurvedic Massage Oils
Applied before or after a yoga session, our cold-pressed Body Massage oils prepare limbs to be flexible for various positions and ease exhausted muscles by relieving soreness and boosting circulation. These contain pure essential oils whose fragrance helps to release inhibitions and stress as well as uplift and invigorate your senses.
4. Target Cellulite and Tone Skin - Slimming Body Oil
The Trishala Slimming Oil contains the warm and enriching properties of selected Ayurvedic herbs that help in slimming and toning the body as well as preventing formation of cellulite. When applied before a round of exercise such as yoga or a run, it works by heating the body to stimulate blood flow and to turn fat into fatty acid to then be carried away by the blood and lymph nodes. When applied regularly before physical activity the cold-pressed oil also prevents superficial fatty accumulation and removes excess water accumulation in the body.