Try a CACI Facial to Combat SAD
During the long, cold winter months, it’s easy to get down. The lack of sunlight really does effect people’s moods, some more than most. Season Affective Disorder (SAD) can be characterised by depression that occurs at the same time every year.
It can start in the Autumn and continue into the winter months, with symptoms including fatigue, depression and social withdrawal. Yet celebrity facialist and wellness expert Chelsea Lewis, who works for Nicky Clarke in Mayfair, thinks a CACI Ultra facial could be beneficial in the combat of SAD.
This is the original non-surgical anti-ageing facial that reduces lines and is a toning treatment that releases endorphins in the body that make you feel good. The treatment features LED light therapy and is great for SAD. After one session you will receive years of light which is beneficial for the winter blues. Not only will the treatment lift your spirits, but it will also leave your skin rejuvenated, hydrated, plump and gleaming.
Chelsee also suggests these additional ways to combat Seasonal Affective Disorder:
- Taking Vitamin D during the winter months.
- Excising 2-3 times a week to increase mood lifting endorphins.
- Eat potassium rich bananas.
- Have a soothing body massage.
If you’re feeling a little down yourself this winter, why not pop into our Brighton store in The Lanes for a CACI facial with our professional team. This will not only reinvigorate your skin, but also help uplift your mood and all-round well being.