Most days, I want my skin to look fresh, clear, and like I’m not wearing any makeup. Of course this starts with good skincare.
If you fight or train Muay Thai, you will no doubt end up with bruises from time to time. When I first started training, my shins would be covered in bruises.
During winter, my skin goes quite pale. It can also start to look a bit dry from the windy weather and time spent in front of heaters.
It’s no secret that Muay Thai and boxing fight gyms can be a breeding ground for pimple-causing bacteria.
Good skincare is something I have always prioritised. I get asked about it a lot so I thought I'd write a little update on what I'm doing as the cooler months roll in.
I've had long hair for a while now, and it's taken me ages (and a heap of cash) to figure out the best way to look after it. Even if you have short hair, who doesn't want soft, strong, healthy hair?