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How to Lose the Belly Fat

For many of us, once we pop a kid or 2, our belly never goes back to how it was pre pregnancy. We usually develop a bulge we hide under the girdle. Sexy bikinis and crop tops becomes a thing of the past! We can’t be caught wearing them! Pregnancy changes our bodies in so many ways, and for the most of us, it is hard to accept the new mummy body. I remember how hard I found it in the early days. I lost the pregnancy weight quite quickly but I didn’t lose the belly fat that quickly. It stayed with me, along with the stretch marks to serve like a form of reminder I guess.

 

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So I had to step up my exercise game to get rid of the fat that needed to go, and thankfully, it disappeared after some time. I am still working on my body, and with the help of GymCube – online fitness and nutrition website, that provides live online exercise classes daily and online coaching, I am getting there. I will be updating you on my fitness journey next week, so look out for that post.

 

How to Lose the Belly Fat

As mothers, we experience all sorts of body changes. This is why I am so passionate about this CoolSculpting treatment. I wish I had the opportunity to have this treatment back then. I would have taken it with both hands.

For those who have never heard of the CoolSculpting treatment, it is a treatment uses the fat freezing technology of Cryolipolysis. It is an effective way of getting rid of fat cells without the need for surgery or needles.

Here is a video with a bit more information on the CoolSculpting treatment carried at Pulse Light Clinic London.

 

 

The CoolSculpting treatment can be carried out on the bum, chin, thighs, and back as well as on the belly. I love the sound of the treatment. The fact that you no longer have to go under the knife to lose the belly fat, and fat in other areas is amazing. It is also good to know you can carry out your daily activities immediately after this treatment.

I am happy with how advanced technology is going. Good to know there is now a non-surgical treatment that helps us lose the belly fat. You can contact Pulse Light Clinic for more information on this treatment. You can find them at –

 

Bank / Liverpool Street Clinic

1st Floor, Peek House, 20 East Cheap, London, EC3M 1EB. 0207 523 5158.

 

Oxford Street / Tottenham Court Road Clinic

5 Percy Street, London, W1T 1DG. 0207 205 4085.

info@pulselightclinic.co.uk

 

Did you struggle with your post pregnancy body? How did you lose the belly fat? Please share your thoughts.

Thanks for reading. Have a lovely day.

 

*Collaborative post.

 

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My Acne Story

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I have written extensively about acne and various ways to deal with it. So for my True Stories post this month, I decided to write about how my journey with acne started. I started the True Stories series last month with my personal injury story, and it was well received, so expect to read monthly personal true stories.

I have always had a ‘troublesome’ skin. Once I hit puberty, my skin was all over the place with pimples and spots. I remember it being extremely had to tackle. I tried treating my pimples and spots with everything and anything. I even tried applying toothpaste on them overnight, which seem to work but left me with spots to remember. This skin issue went on for all my teenage years and even after. But it went on a whole new level when I went camping in 2007, and had to sleep rough for a few days. I had a massive acne outbreak all over my face, neck and back. It was a horrible sight.

I am not 100% sure of what led to it but I suspect it was the fact that we had horrible living conditions in the camp. I had to sleep rough – on the bare floor the first night. And when I eventually got a bed space, it was more of a hell hole with too many of us. So I guess all that and more made my skin go gaga.

It took months for my skin to return to my regular acne state. I tried everything and I eventually got rid of most of them but I have the acne scars left on my face (God bless the makers of makeup), and loads on my back.

Now for those who don’t know, Acne or Acne Vulgaris is a long-term skin disease that occurs when hair follicles become clogged with oil and dead skin cells. So Acne is characterised by whiteheads or blackheads, pimples, spots, greasy skin and in some cases – scarring.

I had blackheads, spots, pimples and a bit of scarring. Some parts of my face were usually greasy too. But I am happy to say I no longer have to deal with acne. It is now a distant memory except for the scars left. However I know many people have to deal with their acne and scars everyday and I know how frustrating it can be.

The good news is there is now a treatment for acne scars in form of the Laser Acne Scar Removal Treatment. This laser treatment tackles the appearance of acne scars on every area of the body. The treatment is fast, easy and it improves the overall texture and condition of the skin.

 

 

The video above explains the treatment process at Pulse Light Clinic London in detail. It is definitely worth watching.

If you are unhappy with your acne scars, you can get rid of them. Contact Pulse Light Clinic to book in a free consultation and patch-test”


Telephone: 0207 523 5158
Did you ever deal with acne? Are you still dealing with it? Please share your experience in the comments section below.
Thank you.
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Rosacea Skin Condition & Treatment

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Skin conditions are a pain. Many of us have to deal with them every now and again, so it always excites when I hear there is a treatment available or recommended lifestyle changes to combat an annoying skin condition. Some of you may suffer from Rosacea, or may know someone who does. For those who have never heard of Rosacea skin condition, it is a medical condition, where the veins in the face enlarge giving the face a slightly or very red appearance. It typically begins after the age of 30, although it can start before. The cheeks nose, chin or forehead are usually the affected areas on the face. At first, the redness will just come and go but as time passes, it tends to get darker and more chronic. If left untreated, the veins start to become visible, bumps and pimples start to develop, and in more severe cases the nose can become swollen and bumpy and the eyes irritated, watery and bloodshot. So this is a very serious medical skin condition.

I have seen a few people with this skin condition but I never knew what the name of the condition until very recently. At the moment, there is no known medical cure for the Rosacea skin condition but there are treatments available. These treatments tackle the symptoms and flare ups to make life manageable. The first place I would advise anyone to visit for a Rosacea Treatment would be Pulse Light Clinic London, and I would tell you why, but before I do that, watch this video by the clinic, it would answer many of your burning questions.

 

Pulse Light Clinic tackle the Rosacea skin medical condition with the IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatment for the symptoms and a nutritional consultation from a qualified nutritionist for the lifestyle changes. This combination of these 2 effective treatment methods is what makes Pulse Light Clinic stand out from the rest. This treatment is for both men and women, it works on facial redness, bumps and pimples, and on all skin types.

If you are dealing with the Rosacea skin condition, you shouldn’t have to deal with it alone. Contact Pulse Light Clinic to book in a free consultation and patch-test to get started. You can reach them via email – info@pulselightclinic.co.uk or telephone 02075235158.

Do you have the Rosacea skin condition? Do you know anyone who does? Sound off in the comment section below, let’s chat.

Thanks for reading and have a lovely day.

 

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