Student life, no matter how carefree and fun it is, takes a toll on most of us and we end up looking the worst version of our self when college is over. We have a degree in our hands and a shabby self to look after too, but if you are still in college you can stop this from happening to you. Just a few changes in your routine and you will never lose your mind and your outlook due to the stress of studies. Some of the ways of keeping yourself presentable and good looking throughout your college years are:
No matter how much we try, we end up eating junk and take-out food which is actually a bomb filled with calories, cholesterol, and saturated fats. It’s not only bad for our body but also affects the working ability of our brain. Instead of snacking on chips and biscuits, you can keep a stack of dried fruits, nuts, roasted chickpeas and lentils in your room and snack on them.
If you have access to a refrigerator, keeping yogurt, full cream milk and seasonal fruits in handy for snacks time can help you keep your weight in control and mind in good condition. Don’t forget the cliché “an apple a day, keeps the doctor away.”
This is the part that is mostly neglected by girls and boys alike. Taking our one hour, once a week for regular grooming and one hour every three months for a haircut is easily manageable. If you think about it, it does not take much time and makes you feel good about yourself.
If you look around the market, you find many grooming equipments that help both girls and boys in their grooming without any hassle and time wastage. For instance, the home laser hair removal equipment for girls not only help them in removing the hair at that time but also keeps on damaging the hair follicles little by little. This way the hair that grows out is thinner than usual and after some time, hair stops growing.
Laser hair removal devices for using at home have a pulsed laser that is strong enough to damage the hair follicle but not strong enough to damage the skin. In the past, laser hair removal methods that were used at home didn’t work well for people who have dark skin. This was mainly because the pulse was not able to reach the follicle. Furthermore, folks with thin hair were not able to use laser hair removal at home but with time and advancement in technology, the devices on the market nowadays are ideal for all skin and hair types.
The best part is that home laser treatment costs one-quarter of the total laser treatment at the spa. For home laser treatment you have to buy the equipment once and then you are good to go. The equipment costs around $400 to $500 while one session at spa costs around $200 to $300, which makes the total around $2000. Moreover, you have better control over your laser treatment at home.
We totally understand taking out time for a workout every day or even thrice a week is next to impossible but making small changes in your routine and lifestyle can take you a long way. Some changes that you can make are:
- Do morning yoga when you wake up. Waking up minutes earlier than your normal time will not hurt you rather it helps you stay fresh and awake throughout the day.
- Walk or take a bicycle rather than taking the bus or shuttle service.
- Before sleeping does a 10 minutes session of yoga or stretching.
If you can, join a short aerobics session at your college or around the campus area.