Stop off at your local chemist and purchase a hair pack. If you don’t want to leave the house – lather on your existing conditioner and wrap your hair in a hot towel for up to 20 minutes. Rinse well and voila you will have soft, silky hair.Body Treatment
Fill a cup with coarse sea salt (any good supermarket sells it) and moisten it with water. It should form a sticky paste that will be easy to rub all over your body. Start at your feet and work up your body, use upward strokes only. Rinse the salt off with warm water, vigorously towel-dry your skin and go to bed immediately. You will probably sweat profusely because your body is shifting unwanted toxins.
Smooth oil or moisturiser onto the soles of your feet and kneed them firmly with your thumbs, working from the outer edges to the centre of the soles in small, circular motions.
Go for a long walk around your neighbourhood to help boost your circulation and invigorate your body. Walk at a pace that will leave you feeling slightly breathless. Mud Mask
They’re messy to use, but mud masks are effective deep-cleansers, as they contain negatively charged ions that attract positively charged impurities. Sponge the mask onto damp skin, leave it on for the specified time and then rinse it off in the shower. While you’re removing the mask, work over your body with a face-cloth to intensify the cleansing process.
Healthy lunchtime snack
Steam some vegetables and add to brown rice. Make sure you drink as much as 3 litres of water during the day and have peppermint tea or chamomile instead of coffee or normal tea.