Weather or not….

Exercise gives you way more than a perky butt and toned abs – it reduces stress, eases tension, sharpens your memory and focus, helps you sleep better and much, much more.

When you feel those weather blues kicking in is when it is most important to continue your regular workouts.


  • Exercise will ensure you have more energy throughout the day, and sleep better at night. That means taking an hour out to exercise will actually make you feel much brighter all day long.
  • Regular exercise is a powerful pick-me-up. As the sun disappears earlier in the day choose a circuit over coffee to significantly reduce that mid afternoon slump and feel more energetic.
  • Ever get that brain-dead feeling when the weather changes? I do. Moving your bod will give you a sharper memory, help you concentrate and stimulate the growth of new brain cells – winning.
  • Getting those endorphins flowing will lift your mood and have you feeling more positive, no matter how many layers you have to add. How do we get endorphins flowing?? Yup, you guessed it – exercise. 
  • Exercise increases self-esteem. And when your self-esteem is soaring you can take on anything – rain, hail or shine!

Still not convinced you can drag yourself there? Try changing your approach:

  • Make exercise a social activity. Exercising with your girlfriends is guaranteed to be fun and will take your mind off the weather. As well as giving you back some of that social time we tend to lose due to rainy days.
  • Make exercise the reward. With all the benefits exercise brings it is the best reward you can give yourself. Rather than sitting on the couch and watching TV as your ‘timeout’ pull on those runners and get outdoors.
  • Be grateful for the weather. It is actually much nicer to be cooler rather than warmer when you get in to it, promise! Dress in layers that you can remove as you start to sweat.
  • Make a list of non-negotiables. Sure, you would love to manage a session every day but we all know that that isn’t always going to happen. Choose your favourite days and make these non-negotiable just like you HAVE to attend a meeting you HAVE to complete these exercise sessions.
  • Do it early! Set out your workout clothes the night before and put them on as soon as the alarm goes off. Once you are dressed you may as well do it, right? Getting it done early will mean you feel incredible for the rest of the day!
  • Make it work for you. Enlist the help of a personal trainer who will take all of the thought work out of it and come to you, to push you through that cold snap. If you don’t have to think about what you are going to do; where you are going to be and how you are going to get through it, that is half the battle won, right? Check out how I can help you, here.
  • Make yourself accountable. Whether it’s your personal trainer or your girlfriends if you have someone to show up for you, you will show up!

And remember these things:

  • Consistency is key. Remain committed and you won’t feel guilty if you miss just one session in favour of a cosy night in with a warming red wine.
  • You don’t have to train like a pro athlete every time. Sometimes when you envision going to a workout where you have to go hard or be the best, you just don’t feel like it. On these occasions, take it a little easier, listen to your body and think about it more as getting out there and just having a bit of fun.
  • As well as exercise, good nutrition also plays a huge role in our mood, productivity and stress levels. Make sure you are eating good mood food. See my favourites, here.


We know foods impact on the body is huge – inside and out. Since the beginning of the wholefood for the whole body journey, we have proven the brilliance of the avocado, discovered why Extra Virgin Olive Oil is referred to as liquid gold; explored natures very own multivitamin – the egg, we’ve found out how to cure-all with chamomile and have benefited from ‘the fruit of the Angels’ – papaya. This week I found out how nature’s ultimate energy snack can do more for you than you might think.

Nourish from within:

Beat depression with bananas high levels of tryptophan.Tryptophan is an amino acid which converts to serotonin; serotonin is the neurotransmitter responsible for balancing mood.

Sleep better with the combination of serotonin production and the magnesium contained in this fruit. It is the perfect before bed snack.

Make quitting easier with the high levels of B-vitamins, potassium and magnesium bananas contain. This vitamin and mineral combo speeds up recovery from the effects of withdrawal.

How to: 

Banana Bread – this convenient comfort food has endless, healthy variations. Don’t be fooled by the shop brought banana breads that are likely to be laden with refined sugar, give this recipe a go instead:

Banana Brekkie – who doesn’t love pancakes for brekkie? The experts at Bottoms Up! Fitness show you how to excite your taste buds and nourish your body with this brilliant recipe:

Easy-Peasy Protein Pancakes:


  • 1 Banana (the larger sugar bananas work best, or 2 small lady fingers)
  • 2 eggs
  • Pinch of nutmeg and a teaspoon of cinnamon
  • A little organic butter, or coconut oil (for frying)
  • Toppings of choice. BUF loves frozen berries and CoYo coconut yoghurt. We’re also partial to a little almond butter, or a drizzle of organic maple syrup.


  • Pop bananas, eggs, a pinch of nutmeg and generous serve of cinnamon in your blender and mix well.
  • Pour your batter into a slightly oiled or buttered pan and cook as you would regular pancakes. Recipe makes one large, or two small cakes.
  • Serve with your topping/s of choice.

BUF Tip: Best eaten on a sunny balcony, with the Jack Johnson song, ‘Banana Pancakes’ playing in the background. Sigh…

For more marvelous recipes, a wealth of knowledge on all things health and fitness, or to train with a bunch of inspirational women, visit

Banana Break – of course, a simple banana alone is a great, easy, old-fashioned snack. Try freezing one for instant healthy ice cream – perfect!


pancakes canva

Treating the outside:

Packed with all the essential vitamins and minerals needed for healthy, glowing skin, the benefits of a banana don’t stop at eating them. Available all year round the banana is the perfect addition to anyone’s beauty regime.

How to:

Face mask


  • 1 ripe banana
  • ¼ cup plain yogurt
  • 2 Table spoons honey


Mash all the ingredients together in a clean bowl, apply to the face and neck avoiding the eye area. Lay back and relax for 15-20 minutes then rinse thoroughly. Follow with your favourite moisturiser.


  • If your skin is on the oily side add a teaspoon of lemon juice.
  • For a dryer skin add a couple of drops of almond oil.
  • If you are looking to reduce those wrinkles, replace the yogurt with ½ an avocado.

banana pic 1

Final thought:

Bananas are a great source of energy. It has been proven here that they really are a great addition to any grocery list, in more ways than one. However, as with all foods moderation is the key. Too much of any food can lead to an increase in weight and poor nutrition. Although there is no set rule for how many bananas to eat per day, if the amount you eat affects your nutritional balance, then you’re eating too many.


Nourish from within:

Improve digestion with Papain, an enzyme contained in papaya that helps to digest proteins. This enzyme is often extracted from the fruit for use in digestive enzyme supplements.

Fight colon and prostate cancer with the vitamin and mineral profile of papaya, namely: carotenes, vitamin C and flavonoids; the B vitamins, folate and pantothenic acid; potassium, copper, magnesium and fibre.

Protect against Macular Degeneration with the antioxidant vitamins A, C, and E; and carotenoids found in papaya.

How to:

Salad – I became addicted to papaya salad whilst on holiday in Thailand. Traditional recipes contain a lot of sugar and when I arrived home I got to work creating my own, reduced sugar version. Give it a go:

Serves: 6


  • 75 grams green beans
  • 1 large unripe papaya, peeled, seeded and julienned
  • 150 grams carrot, julienned
  • 2-3 tomatoes, diced
  • 2 tbsp good quality fish sauce (check the ingredients to make sure it isn’t full of nasties)
  • 2 tbsp fresh coriander, chopped
  • 2 tbsp rice malt syrup
  • 1 tbsp fresh lime juice
  • 1 clove garlic crushed
  • Pinch of chilli flakes (or more if you like it spicy)
  • 1 tbsp cashew pieces
  • Spring onion, finely sliced


Combine the raw, washed green beans, papaya, carrots and tomatoes in a bowl. In a separate bowl, mix the lime juice, rice malt syrup, crushed garlic, chilli, fish sauce and coriander. Then pour this mixture over the green beans, papaya, carrot and tomatoes and mix well, toss through ½ of the cashews and the spring onion. Use the remaining cashews and spring onion to top the salad and serve.

Dessert – Make tropical fruit kebabs with papaya, pineapple and mango. Simply cube the fruits and slide them on to a wooden kebab stick – delish!

Tip: soak the kebab sticks on water before hand to prevent splinters.

Snack – Most people discard papaya seeds, but they are actually edible. Their flavour is quite peppery and an acquired taste, try it!

Pap seeds


Treating the outside:

The enzymes contained in papaya make it the perfect natural exfoliator.

How to:



The skin from one green papaya


The easiest of DIY beauty treatments; this miracle of nature treatment can be used on the face and neck for younger looking skin, the back of the hands to correct age spots or anywhere else on the body you need a peel. Simply work the fleshy part of the papaya skin over the area of the body you wish to treat, leave the residue from the flesh on the skin for 10-15 minutes and rinse well and follow with your preferred moisturiser for perfect peeling.     

pap shop




Whole food for the whole body

As we know, foods impact on the body is huge – inside and out. So far we have proven the brilliance of the avocado, discovered why Extra Virgin Olive Oil is referred to as liquid gold and explored natures very own multivitamin – the egg. This week I will be finding out why people around the world turn to chamomile tea as a cure-all.

Nourish from within:

Relieve stress, anxiety and get a good, nightmare-free sleep with chamomiles mild sedative effects.

Relieve menstrual cramps by reducing muscle spasms with the increase in glycine chamomile produces.

Recover more quickly from a cold with the antioxidants contained in chamomile.

How to:

Simply – Purchase chamomile tea bags and make tea. There are plenty of choices out there. Make sure you choose either German chamomile (Matricaria recutita) or Roman chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile) and a good quality brand. My favourite is pukka tea golden chamomile

Creatively – Mix it up. If chamomile on its own isn’t to your taste, you can still benefit from this incredible herb by mixing it with others teas, herbs, fruits and much more. Check out some of these options, below:

  • Chamomile + mint (fresh mint or mint tea) is a great, refreshing blend. Simply place both ingredients in to a tea pot with boiling water and brew to taste.
  • Chamomile + honey is a sweet, comforting treat. Simply add a teaspoon of honey to your freshly brewed tea.
  • Chamomile + hibiscus gives you a delicious fruity tea. Make in the same way as chamomile and mint.
  • Chamomile + fresh apple pieces are a calming, tasty combination. Pour boiling water into your teapot to warm it and then add fresh apple slices, using a wooden spoon to mash them in the pot. Add the chamomile and leave to brew to your liking, strain and serve. Add honey for extra sweetness or rooibos to ramp up the calming flavours.

All sound like too much effort? You can find many good, blended teas around these days. My all time favourite is serenity by mayde tea – chamomile, lavender and rose is a perfect blend that never fails to make me feel serene, get it here:

Dress –Tea can make a pretty delicious salad dressing, don’t believe me? Give this recipe from Art of Tea a go:


Treating the outside:

Chamomile has amazing healing properties that can accelerate the healing of minor skin irritations and wounds; it also has a natural bleaching effect on the skin. These properties make it an essential for evening skin tone and reducing the appearance of skin imperfections.

How to:

Eye treatment – reduce the appearance of dark circles and soothe tired eyes.


2 organic chamomile tea bags.


Steep the tea bags in boiling water for 5 minutes; remove from the boiling water and gently squeeze out the excess liquid, pop the teabags in to the fridge for a few minutes to allow them to cool. Remove the teabags from the fridge, lay back, place a teabag on each, closed eye and enjoy. This is a great relaxing treat for tired eyes and will naturally reduce dark circles and puffiness.



Foods impact on the body is huge – inside and out. Food is energy. We need to put food in to the body to power the body, just as a car needs fuel. What we choose as fuel determines the quality of power the body gives us – quality fuel = quality power. It should come as no surprise then, when I tell you quality food works miracles from the outside too. So far we have proven the brilliance of the avocado and discovered why Extra Virgin Olive Oil is referred to as liquid gold. This week I will be exploring natures very own multivitamin – the egg:

Nicknamed nature’s multivitamin, the egg is a true super food.

Nourish from within:

  • Reduce the risk of age related eye conditions with the antioxidants Lutein and Zeaxanthin, contained in egg.
  • Increase lean muscle mass with eggs essential amino acid profile.
  • Improve memory by nourishing your brain with the choline nutrient found in egg.

How to:

  • Bread – Yes, you can make bread from eggs! Egg bread is fantastic as a nutrient packed alternative. Check out my favourite recipe here:
  • Snack – A boiled egg is a quick, simple, satisfying snack. Add paprika and other spices for a kick.
  • Add – Add an egg to stir-fries, soups, curries and other dishes for a great texture and flavour.


Treating the outside:

Eggs are an excellent source of protein and contain all of the essential amino acids required to replenish and repair our skin. The zinc found in eggs makes them especially beneficial for treating acne and pimple prone skin.

How to:

Body mask – Clear a spotty back in time for bikini season.


  • 2 Egg whites
  • 2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon raw honey


Whisk the egg whites and fresh lemon juice in a clean mixing bowl until the mixture becomes fluffy then mix in the honey. Once mixed to an even consistency apply immediately to a clean back. Relax for 15-20 minutes and rinse thoroughly. Follow with your chosen moisturiser.






There is a good reason people in the Mediterranean refer to Olive oil as liquid gold. Here are just a few:

Nourish from within:

  • Improve circulation with the proven effects of good quality extra virgin olive oil.
  • Strengthen your immune system with the antioxidants it contains.
  • Keep your cholesterol levels in check with the role olive oil plays in lowering total blood cholesterol, LDL-cholesterol and triglycerides.

How to:

  • Dress – A simple drizzle of olive oil brings any meal to life. Infuse with any number of fresh herbs (I love rosemary) or team with vinegar’s for yummy combos.
  • Cook – Roasting a big batch of veggies in extra virgin olive oil and a few dried herbs is quick, easy and super tasty.
  • Dip – My favourite is pesto. Check out this awesome recipe from the I Quit Sugar website – IQS kale pesto

Olive oil

Treating the outside:

Extra virgin olive oil is full of anti-aging antioxidants, is naturally a low allergen and has a silky smooth texture making it perfect for dry sensitive skin.

How to:

Scrub – reveal beautiful radiant skin with this DIY alternative.

This scrub can be made based on your skin type and personal preference. Finer salt crystals will result in a finer scrub. My rule: make the crystals larger as you work down the body i.e. finer crystals should be used for the face, neck and décolleté. Whereas larger crystals can be used for areas such as elbow, knees and feet.

Combine the chosen salt (rock salt, Epsom salt, even table salt will do) and oil in a jar, mix thoroughly to ensure all crystals have been distributed. The amounts will depend on the salt type and area you are treating, aim for a fairly runny consistency. Using a small amount of the scrub in the palm of the hand, apply in a gentle circular motion concentrating on dry/rough areas. Rinse thoroughly and follow with moisturiser. If you don’t have allergy issues you can add a few drops of essential oil to the mixture, my faves:

  • Rose – great for any mature skins, adds to the anti-aging properties of the olive oil.
  • Lavender – great for relaxation and a scrub before bed.
  • Tea-tree – anti-bacterial and great for acne prone skins.

Stay tuned for more wholefoods for the whole body.


Whole food for your whole body – The amazing avocado

Who doesn’t love the humble avocado? It’s versatile, affordable and oh so good for you.

Nourish from within:

  • Improve heart health with avocados healthy fats and abundance of vitamins.
  • Support weight loss and help regulate blood sugar with their slow release of energy.
  • Help prevent arthritis, osteoporosis and other inflammatory issues by benefiting from their anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Reduce the signs of aging with the antioxidants contained in avocados.

How to:

  • Salad – Avocado makes for a welcome addition to any salad, it’s easy to incorporate and goes with just about any style. Winner!
  • Smoothie – Not only does avocado add a thick, creamy texture to smoothies it also adds some serious vitamins and minerals. Yum!
  • Spread – Avocado used in placed of butter and other spreads is a tasty, healthier alternative.
  • Dessert – Not the first thing that springs to mind when thinking of avocado, but trust me, avocado makes a perfect base for chocolate mousse. To prove it’s true, try one of my all-time favourites from the foodfixup app, here’s the recipe:

Cacao & Ginger Mousse

Serves 2


  • 2 avocados
  • 1 inch of ginger, peeled
  • 4 tbsp cacao powder
  • 4 tbsp maple syrup (I use rice malt syrup)
  • 1/8 tsp sea salt

Method: Place all ingredients in a blender or food processor and blend until smooth, roughly 40 seconds. Add toppings of your choice and serve.

C&G Mousse

Treating the outside: 

Avocado contains nearly 20 essential nutrients, including fibre, potassium, Vitamin E, B-vitamins and folic acid. They also have anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties and a natural fatty rich texture, making it perfect for nourishing any skin type.

How to:

Facemask – Kick back, relax and treat yourself with these homemade alternatives.


  • ½ a ripe avocado
  • 1 tablespoon of natural yogurt
  • 1 teaspoon of raw honey


Combine the avocado, yogurt and honey in a clean mixing bowl and mix well. Immediately apply the mixture to a cleansed face and neck. Relax for 15 minutes and rinse thoroughly, tone and moisturise to complete.

Hair Mask:


  • 1 ripe avocado
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1/4 Cup olive oil


Mix the ingredients in a clean mixing bowl until they form a paste like consistency. Apply the mixture to damp hair and leave for 20 minutes. Shampoo and condition hair as usual to remove and reveal super glossy locks!



What is Pelvic Floor?? Test yours…

As a trainer specialising in pre and postnatal personal training, I have to be in the know about the pelvic floor. In reality the pelvic floor is something all girls and guys need to be aware of. However this particular information is for all of the new mums out there!

As a mum (especially a new one) your pelvic floor is something you need to be aware of and vigilant with when embarking on any fitness plan. Remember, to get started on a postnatal fitness plan you need to be at least 6 weeks postpartum (natural delivery) and at least 12 weeks postpartum if you had a C-section. The most important thing, no matter what stage you are at, is for you to ensure you have your doctor’s clearance before you begin. Remember – look after your body!

Here I fill you in on all of the fun facts about the pelvic floor; what the issues are, how to know if you have them and how to modify your program to work around them.

Depending on many factors including your age, stage of motherhood, your pregnancy and birth experiences, the number of children you have and several other factors; you may experience varying degrees of pelvic floor issues. From your own experiences you might already be well aware of what your body and pelvic floor are capable of when it comes to exercise, and that is great!

If you aren’t quite sure, don’t worry we have you covered. Below is a little information on the pelvic floor, what to look out for, and how to work within your limits.

What is the Pelvic floor?

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that form the base of your core muscles; it’s a bit like a sling that holds everything in place. The pelvic floor works along side your tummy muscles, back muscles, and diaphragm to help support your spine and your abdomen. As the name would suggest your pelvic floor also supports your pelvic organs, and plays a large part in bladder and bowel control.

 The sure fire ways to tell you have a problem pelvic floor:

  • Leaking urine when you exercise, laugh, cough or sneeze
  • Needing to go to the toilet urgently / not making it to the toilet in time
  • Needing to go to the toilet frequently
  • Difficulty emptying the bladder / bowel
  • A prolapse
  • Pain in the pelvic area
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • Poor sensation or loss of bladder control during sexual intercourse.

The test:

I have a great little test I complete with my clients to assess the strength of the Pelvic Floor. You can do this test in the comfort of your own home. If you have no issues at all when completing the test, you are good to go girl! If you do find you have difficulty with the test, no problem; it is simply a case of modifying exercise – no biggie. Here is the test:

Simply complete 10 starburst jumps in quick succession, one immediately following the other. If you manage to complete 10 in a row with no bladder weakness, pain or an urgent need to go to the toilet – you have got this! If you do experience any of these issues, you need to keep your exercise program / any exercise you partake in low impact and continue with kegal exercises. If you have no idea what I am talking about when I say kegal exercises, it is a good idea to consult a specialised physiotherapist who can help you with this.

For more information and a consultation to make sure you are keeping your pelvic floor safe, contact me.


Valentines day victory

Whether you are in a relationship, lovin’ the single life or ‘its complicated’; Valentines Day is a social occasion for all. When working toward a health, fitness and beauty goal, any social occasion can seem daunting – don’t let this Valentines Day be that occasion. Rather than compromise your goals or become a loveless recluse, read my guide to showing your body some love this Valentines Day.

Tradition is overrated; whomever you are spending it with Valentines Day doesn’t have to mean a 3-course meal, copious amounts of alcohol and feeling guilty as a result. In fact large amounts of heavy food and alcohol will actually have a detrimental effect on any romantic intentions you have, keep that in mind when tempted.

Try our first-rate date ideas to score big in both your health and romance goals.

  • SPB– Stand up paddle boarding is not only fun and great for the core; it is also a great excuse for you to show off some skin. All of that giggling and bare skin will have those romantic hormones pumping by the time day turns to night.
  • Kayaking– As with SPB, kayaking is a great way to get a sneaky core workout in while having lots of fun. Sharing a double kayak It is also a great way to get nice and close to your date.
  • Walk – A long walk in nature is great for every part of your body and mind. It can also be very romantic and insightful if you are with your man, a great way to avoid awkward silences if with someone new, and it can give you and your girlies a chance to chat away to your hearts content. A perfect date for every relationship.
  • Camping – Want to make a weekend out of it? Camping is one of the best ways to reconnect with partners/friends, as well as with your own body and mind – no TV, no computers, just you, your chosen V-day companion/s and the great outdoors. If your intentions are romantic bring just the 1 sleeping bag…
  • Theme Park – Remember how much fun you had there as a kid?? Believe it or not, it can be just as much fun as an adult. Running between rides and releasing endorphins will do wonders for your body, and mind. Just make sure you avoid those hotdogs and jumbo colas.
  • A picnic – Pack a basket, grab a rug and head to the beach, the park or settle in for a romantic carpet picnic. Wherever you do it, a picnic is the perfect safe date. You have complete control over what you put in to the picnic basket, and your mouth! My fave inclusions: vegetable crudités, clever chips ‘n’ dipsperfectly packed pizza, and a couple of different salads. Finish with some fresh berries (feeding to each other optional) and voila – picnic heaven.
  • Romantic meal for 2 (or 3 or 4) – If you want to go more traditional it can still be done. The great news is that a lot of the best ‘romantic meal’ foods not only have great aphrodisiac properties but are also packed full of nourishment. Do it over breakfast, lunch or dinner with these nutrient dense aphrodisiac recipesI put together especially for the big day.
  • Massage – No explanation needed here. Simply grab pre-blended massage oil, or check out our top 5 essential oils for massage.

Get gifting

For women in their 20’s:

Get her:

A Make-up lesson


Women will generally wear more make-up in their 20’s than at any other age. However, make-up can be tricky to get right, especially when trends are constantly changing and information can be inconsistent. During a make up lesson she will learn:

  1. Why truly good makeup application comes not from trying to make a face conform to the latest fashion trends, but from enhancing her natural beauty.
  2. How to prepare her skin for make-up application.
  3. Why the products she chooses are important and how to get the most from them.
  4. Tips and tricks on enhancing, correcting and highlighting her individual features.
  5. Best of all she will receive a full professional Make-up application and schedule of how it was done.


Choose a day when she has plans for that evening; book the lesson in for her a few hours before she is due to go out. As well as being on a high from a fantastic lesson, she will be ready to hit the town with confidence having been made over by a professional make-up artist – fitting for super star she is!

For women in their 30’s:

Get her:

A Deluxe Manicure and Pedicure


During their 30’s most women are at the stage in their life where they will be their busiest. They often don’t have time for themselves and certainly don’t take the time to pamper themselves. It is unlikely she is going to be able to relax through a massage or facial treatment, so get her something both practical and pampering. A deluxe manicure and pedicure elevates a practical treatment to facial standards for the hands and feet. And because we come to you, she can even work on her laptop while we work on her feet!


Find out when she usually heads to that cheap, quick nail bar and schedule this as an alternative. She will float away feeling pampered and relaxed without any of the guilt.

For women in their 40’s:

Get her:

Aroma Expert Facial


Being slightly less busy than in their 30’s, it is in their 40’s women start thinking about skincare more seriously. This facial and skincare prescription is customised depending on scents that resinate with the client when the therapist completes a specific consultation process. Each facial features a concentrate of very targeted active ingredients with renowned properties that will fulfil even the most demanding skin requirements. The education provided on skincare is individualised to the client; this combination makes it a really special gift for a really special woman.


She will want to have absolutely nothing planned following this facial, and to be prepared for 90 minutes of pure luxury. We think it is best to get her a gift voucher for this one – an individual treatment at an individual time.

For women in their 50’s:

Get her:

Body Essential Ritual


In my experience women in their 50’s can start to lose a little bit of body confidence as hormonal changes and ageing start to kick in. This treatment will recover radiance, vitality and leave her with soft, silky, revitalised skin. It is a wonderful sensory-stimulating ritual that chases away all signs of fatigue and will make her feel 100% body confident – exactly what she needs.


Book this on the day before a big social event, an important work presentation or a break away. The confidence will still be soaring for days after the treatment and she will feel wonderful walking in to any situation.

Still unsure of what to treat her with? Contact us and let us help you decide.