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What is a Lady-comp?

A Lady-Comp is basically a little computer with a thermometer that tells you whether you can have unprotected sex without getting pregnant, or not. It is a natural alternative to the birth control pill or any other hormonal disturbing you can use to prevent getting pregnant. With this computer, you still need to use condoms (or pessars) if you want to have sex on the risky days (yellow/red). And this device only works if you are in a committed relationship with a stable partner, since it of course do not protect against sex diseases.

A Lady-Comp works by measuring your body temperature every day, and keeping track on when you have your menstruation and thereby works out when you are and when you are not fertile, and if it is safe to have sex without protection or not. If you want to learn more about this method, I can recommend you to read the book Taking Charge of Your Fertility*.

*this method only works if you have a relatively stable menstruation cycle, and it does not protect against sexual diseases and should only be used if you are in a committed relationship. 


How to use it?

You take your temperature each morning around the same time, as the first thing you do, without even getting out of your bed. This takes about 60 seconds, and then you also plot in whether or not you have your menstruation, and then the Lady-Comp will show you red/yellow or a green symbol. Red means that you are fertile and have a high risk of getting pregnant if you have sex that day. Yellow means there is still a risk, but not as high – if you want to be completely safe from not getting pregnant, you should use protection (fx condoms or pessar) during these days. And green means that you are safe to have sex.

How I use it?

I both use the Lady-comp, but also keep track of my menstruation and my overall cycle with the apps Clue and MyFLO.
It’s really interesting to get to know your body and your cycle and figure out how you are during the different times of the month, I can highly recommend it.



– you don’t have to fill yourself with hormone disturbing pills or anything, it is completely natural!
– it is very easy to use once you learn it
– you’ll learn more about your body and your body’s temperature and how it changes during your cycle
– you can use it both if you don’t want to get pregnant, or if you want to (then you gotta go after those red days)



– the computer alarm is very noisy/loud when it rings and you can’t change the volume, or the sound
– you do have to take your temperature at the same time everyday, but you can, of course, just quickly wake up and take your temperature and then go back to sleep again if you want to
– as mentioned before, it does of course not protect against any sexual diseases, so it works best if you are in a stable relationship
– it is very expensive

All in all I’m very happy with it, and I think it was a good investment.


*Affiliate link means that if you buy through this link, then I’ll get a percentage of the sale.


Read also: Quitting the pill (birth control) and an alternative method to use instead

Read also: Update on quitting birth control pill 

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Today I want to talk about cycle syncing, what it is and how it can improve your life.

Cycle syncing means syncing your life to your menstrual cycle. We have 4 cycles that we go through: follicular, ovulatory, luteal and menstrual. All my information come from the book Womancode* or the app MyFLO. Cycle syncing is all about how you can optimise your life and your health by syncing your life more with your cycle. Fx we all know the feeling of having menstruation and not feeling like doing anything at all – in this philosophy it’s all about following your flow. If you are having your menstruation you just don’t feel like doing much else except relaxing, and that is what you should strive for.

I really like this idea, because I’ve gone through many years where I’ve been trying to go to the gym when I was on my period even though I didn’t feel like it AT ALL. Now I really tune more in and go with what my body wants to. I know it’s not always possible to do exactly what you want, fx cancelling going to work just because you have your menstruation, but it’s more about learning to be more connected with your body and do some small things which is in alignment with how you are feeling. This philosophy is really all about how you can improve your life, how you are feeling and your health by trying to live more in sync with your cycle. Below you can find out how you can do this more practically.

And just for your information, in the book (Womancode) there is a much more scientific explanation into why you are feeling certain ways during the different times of the month, fx because of estrogen dropping, hormones raising etc. I didn’t want to write about that here, but rather take away the more practical and simple stuff. But if you’re interested, then you can read all about it in the book.


The 4 phases

• Follicular phase (7-10 days)

This is when you have most energy and your conscious awareness increases. This is the perfect time for mental creativity, learning, clarity, concentration, researching, structural thinking and independence. During this time focus on setting goals, plan and set intentions.

Food focus: fresh, vibrant, light foods that make you feel more energised during this phase, when all hormone levels are at their lowest. Think: pressed salads (kimchi, sauerkraut), plenty of vegetables, sprouted beans and seeds, energy-sustaining grains.

Exercise focus: try something new. You also have the energy to go for more challenging workouts too at this time.


• Ovulatory phase (3-4 days)

This is the time where you are more expressive, outgoing and this is the best time for communication, empathy, productivity, teamwork. Focus on social activities and communication. This is also the time of the month were you are fertile, and you are therefore also more flirty and outgoing because of natural instinct of the body being fertile and thereby want to attract the opposite sex.

Food focus: you have plenty of natural energy and your mood is stable because of all the estrogen floating around, so go easy on carbohydrates and stick to lighter grains such as corn and quinoa. Still eat plenty of vegetables and fruit.

Exercise focus: high-impact workout and group settings. Your energy levels are at their maximum at this time.


• Luteal phase (10-14 days)

Pre-menstrual phase. Here you are more creative and active. This is the best time for inspired creativity, out of the box thinking and problem solving.

Food focus: focus on food rich in B vitamins, calcium, magnesium and fiber. Healthy, natural sugar can help with the dip in estrogen that occurs in the second half of the luteal phase which can make you feel irritable. Also make sure to have a good amount of complex carbohydrates to stabilise serotonin and dopamine levels in the brain and help prevent mood swings.

Exercise focus: during the first half of this phase your energy might still be high so just go for the same activities as during your ovulation phase. Then scale down on the intensity during the final days and strive for exercise such as walking, pilates, yoga, mor slow forms.


• Menstrual phase (3-7 days)

This is when you have your menstruation. You are more likely to be reflective, passive and withdrawn. Subconscious intuition, best time for inner processing, creative reviewing, reaching the core of things, letting go, new ideas, intuitive creativity and renewall. Focus on time alone, reflecting, selfcare, journalling.

Food focus: during this time your body is eliminating the lining of your uterus – so focus on foods that add nutrients; foods with a low-glycemic index and water-rich fruits and vegetables. Sea-based vegetables will help your body remineralise iron and zinc, which you lose during menstruation.

Exercise focus: rest and recovery. If you want to exercise strive for yoga or walking, take it slow and let your body rest.


I have to say that I certainly do not live completely according to the above description, but it really does make perfect sense for me. To live in sync with your hormones and not push yourself to fx Working out when you are on your period and really just feel like laying down and watching a movie. It’s all about learning to listen more to your body and take care of it and it that way optimise your health and life.

If you are in doubt about which phase you are in, then I can for sure recommend the app MyFLO which is created by the author behind the book Womancode. Here you plug in when you have your menstruation, how you feel on different days and it will tell you in which phase you are currently in and how you can optimise your health during the specific phases.


What do you think about it? Have you heard about cycle syncing before? Are you trying to live your life more in alignment with how your body is feeling?


Read also: Book recommendation – Womancode 

*Affiliate link has been used, which mean that I get a percentage of the sale if you buy through this link



I’ve had problems with my stomach throughout my entire childhood and teen years. When I was around 12-13 years old I got a blood test to figure out if I was allergic to anything, but nothing showed up, so I’ve never really gotten a clear answer to what was causing the problems. However, as I got older I started to notice when I got problems with my stomach. One thing that was sure was every time I ate creamed potatoes or ice-cream I could count on getting problems with my stomach. But it wasn’t until my twenties that I started researching about how dairy could have this effect on people. After having cut dairy out of my diet completely I almost never experience severe problems with my stomach anymore.

However, after years of having lived with a sensitive stomach, I’ve also looked into supplements and other things which can help my stomach function as good as possible, which is what I wanted to share with you today.

There can be many reasons for why you’re having trouble, maybe you eat too much processed food, maybe you’re gluten intolerant, or maybe, like me, you’re dairy intolerant. I hope you can find some useful information in this blogpost, and that it can hopefully help you if you are dealing with the same problems as I have.


Tips for a problematic stomach

Eat more fibers

Fibers are essential for a healthy functioning stomach (and body), so strive for eating more green vegetables.  Fibers add more good bacteria into your gut, and this is so essential for having a healthy body. You can fx choose to add a green smoothie into your daily diet every single day. I have a delicious recipe here, and here you can also choose to add psyllium husks or silicon supplement into it as well.


Get a supplement, or eat some probiotic food, like sauerkraut*, to get those good bacterias into your stomach, which helps the gut function better.


Psyllium husks

Psyllium husks (Danish: loppefrøskaller/HUSK*) have a high amount of fibers and they are good for the gut, and it is a very well-known supplement for people with stomach issues. So try adding this into your diet, either by putting it into your oatmeal, your smoothies or simply just mix it with water and drink it.

green smoothie and vitamins


Silicon (Danish: silicium/spisekisel*) is a supplement that helps keep the body healthy. It improves skin, hair, nails and your digestion. Silicon helps bind toxins in your body and transport them out of your system, which is what improves your digestion. You can get this supplement either in capsules or in powder form. I have the powder form and put a tiny spoon of it into my green smoothies, which I try to make every single day. In that way I both get good fibers and silicon.


Cut out dairy products

Try cutting out all dairy products for a while and see how you feel. Nowadays there actually is really no good reason for eating dairy products, you can find substitutes for these which won’t affect you. Now I only use ricemilk when I’m cooking, and when I’m out on a café I always get oat milk in my hot drinks.


Cut out gluten

If you have a feeling that gluten might be causing you problems, then try, just as with the dairy, to cut it out for a while and pay close attention to how you feel.


Relax and stress down

Being easily stressed, or very nervous and anxious can also cause problems. I’m for sure one of those people that have been easily nervous and which affected my entire body. Try to calm yourself down, take some deep breaths, meditate, learn that the worst thing that can happen isn’t really that bad.


Go to the toilet when you need to

This is so important, yet something so many people have problems with, especially girls I think. I guess most of you know the feeling of being out somewhere which is not in the comfort of your home and you need to go to the toilet (we’re talking nr. 2 here) and you seriously don’t want to out of fear that others might hear you, or it will smell or anything. Am I right? I’ve talked to so many girlfriends about how this is something we feel so insecure about, especially if you are fx dating a new guy or at school or work.
But we need to turn this around, and realise that every single person on this planet poops. It is a natural thing, and holding it in will only trouble your body and stomach even more.
Just think about it, poop is filled with all the excess stuff that there isn’t room for in your body – it is something that needs to get out of you, and holding it in will do no good for you or your body.


*Affiliate link has been used, this means that if you buy from this link then I’ll get a little percentage of the sale.



Probiotics Benefits, Foods and Supplements
Seven health benefits of psyllium 
How to restore and improve your gut bacteria
Heal your gut heal your life – Melissa Ambrosini podcast 
10 ways to improve your gut bacteria
3 essentielle til en sund fordøjelse – Carolina Ellie

DIY Holistic beauty & skincare


I just tried making my own face cream the other day, and it turned out really well. I asked you guys on Instagram if you wanted the recipe, and that was a solid yes! So, here you go!

The recipe is made with only 4 natural and pure ingredients and water. Simply, easy and you are then assured that you only put good ingredients on your face. Because remember, whatever you put on your skin gets absorbed into your body. Therefore I want to use as pure ingredients as possible.

The face cream is very moisturising, and perfect for dry winter skin. This cream is also perfect if you have very sensitive skin, because all the ingredients are very gentle and soothing.

If you are not used to putting oils on your face, then you might find the cream a bit too greasy to use as a day cream, but it sure is perfect for a very moisturising night cream.

homemade moisturizing face cream

face cream


  • 50 g almond oil
  • 10 g sheabutter
  •  6 g bee’s wax
  • 50 g water
  • a few drops of vitamin E oil (optional)


*Shea butter is known for repairing skin and boosting collagen

How to do it

It is so simple, you just put all the ingredients into a double boiler and melt it all together. Once it is all melted, you put it into the freezer for 15-20 minutes. Then you take it out and use a mixer to blend it all together until it has a nice, smooth consistency. Then use a spoon to scoop it into a glass or tin container, and voila you’ve got yourself your very own face cream!


Read also: Homemade natural and moisturizing lip balm


*Repair Skin & Boost Collagen with Raw Shea Butter – Dr. Axe, Food & Medicine 

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Today I thought I would share some of the ayurvedic practices which I’m using in my everyday life, and you might find some inspiration for some more loving and selfcaring practices.


If you don’t know what ayurveda is, then I’ve already written a blog post about it which you can read about right here. I find ayurveda very fascinating and, as mentioned, I’ve already taken several of the ayurvedic practices to me and use them in my everyday life to take better care of myself, health and happiness.


Dry brushing

Dry brushing is a very used practice within ayurveda. Dry brushing is where you brush your dry skin, to get rid of dead skin cells, but more importantly to get your blood circulation flowing in your body. Dry brushing before a bath is such a lovely selfcare practice.


Oil massage

Just like dry brushing, then giving yourself an oil massage, is also a very practiced ritual within the ayurvedic belief system. Again this is a way to get your blood circulation going, but also just a lovely way to moisturise your skin and get in tune with your own body.

self care


Tongue scraping

Tongue scraping is a new ayurvedic practice which I’ve just started to do. Basically you just scrape your tongue to remove dirt from your tongue. You can do this after you brush your teeth and just incorporate it as a daily practice, like brushing teeth. Tongue scraping is a way to not only remove a bad breath, but also a way to, according to ayurvedic beliefs, improve taste and digestion*.


Warm food, drinks and clothes

If you have identified which ayurvedic dosha is your primary (vata, kapha, pita), then you can follow some of the practices which are suggested for your type. My primary dosha is vata, and one of my characteristics is that I very easily get cold and freeze. This is so simple and seems very logic, but the ayurvedic practice recommends, especially for vata doshas, to eat warm food, drink warm drinks (herbal teas, golden milk) and dress in warm clothes in order to keep balanced. So I sip on tea almost all day long, wear lots of warm knits and a blanket if I’m at home, and I truly enjoy eating a delicious warm and nourishing vegetable soup or a good dhal.


I’m curious to know if you’ve looked into ayurveda? Are you following any of these selfcare practices? And, what dosha type are your primary?

Source: Why everyone should consider tongue scraping 



It’s Wednesday and time for some things I’ve found interesting lately. Hopefully, you can also find some inspiration in these things. You are very welcome to share if you have any interesting articles, videos, books etc. !

1. Video “Why Humans are so bad thinking about Climate Change

2. Rotten – new Netflix serie, which shows some of the more horrifying sides of certain businesses

3. Dr. Michael Greger’s TED Talk – Food as Medicine

4. Speaking of Dr. Michael Greger, he has also created an app called “Dr. Greger’s Daily Dozen” where you can keep track of getting some of all the healthy essentials you need in a day, I’ve used it for a couple of days now and I love it, and it reminds me to really get those greens, flaxseeds etc.

5. Speaking of flaxseeds – watch this video about the amazing benefits of adding flaxseeds into your daily diet!



green smoothie

I’ve been wanting to drink green smoothies more often for a long time now, but I just haven’t really found the right recipe. I’ve tried Greenwitch smoothies, which is such a lovely company where you can get green smoothies delivered every week, but I wanted to be able to do it at home so I could do it a bit cheaper. However, if you have the money I can recommend checking out Julie’s business.


Here you go: A delicious, healthy green smoothie recipe!

  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1/2 avocado
  • the juice of half a lemon
  • 2 cm of chopped ginger
  • 4-6 portions of frozen spinach
  • some rice milk
  • water+ can be added to boost your smoothie; grinder flaxseeds, chia seeds, acai powder, spirulina, wheatgrass etc.

green smoothie

The old saying goes “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. But, I don’t really think one apple is enough, most of us need to eat A LOT more greens to be healthy and thriving, so I think we should change the old saying to:

“A green smoothie a day, keeps the doctor away”



Are you drinking green smoothies? Or would you like to join me and start getting some more vitamins and nutrients into your body? Then try this recipe! Ps, if you are going to start making smoothies, then I’ll recommend buying some stainless steel straws instead of using plastic straws

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Jeg elsker at læse om andres skønhedsrutiner og små ritualer, og jeg valgte derfor at skrive til nogle kvinder som jeg finder særligt inspirerende indenfor dette område.

Den fjerde i rækken af holistiske skønhedsinterviews er Nelle. Nelle er uddannet kosmetolog, og har arbejdet med adskillelige make-up og beauty brands. Derudover har hun arbejdet med spillefilm, musikvideoer, reklamefilm, lookbooks og fotoserier til magasiner. I dag har Nelle en stor passion for det holistiske, hvor hun på sin blog, youtube og Instagram deler ud omkring alt fra hudpleje, make-up, sundhed, selvværd og meget andet!

Hvis du vil vide mere omkring Nelles skønhedsrutiner, så læs med nedenfor.

Nelle Noell smiling and looking out the window

Hvad er, ifølge dig, det bedste man kan gøre for dig selv og sin hud/krop (både fysisk og mentalt)?

Meditation er det korte svar. Jeg tror på, at ro i krop og sind er det bedste man kan give sig selv og dermed også huden. Når vi formår at slappe af nedsættes kroppens stress hormoner og cellerne kan nyde godt af alt det gode vi spiser i stedet for at stresse, hvilket jeg har erfaret giver en enormt flot hud. Win, Win!

Hvad er dine yndlings produkter til ansigtet?

Rens: Youth To The People ansigts rens

Toner: Caudalie Beauty elixir

Serum: Glossier super bounce og EGF serum fra Bioeffect

Dagcreme: Jurlique Moisture Replenishing Day Cream

Gua sha fra honest beauty talk


Hvad er dine yndlingsprodukter til huden?

En god hamp handske og body olie. Det kan være mange forskellige. Plus gode, rene kosttilskud. Er ret glad for brandet vitaviva!


Har du en særlig ’selvforkælelses rutine’ når du rigtig skal forkæle dig selv og din hud, krop og sjæl, og hvad består den af?

En god bog, serie eller plade, en ansigtsmaske, ny neglelak, lækre æteriske olier og en god kop te, raw kakao eller et glas vin. Så bliver det ikke meget bedre.


Hvordan er din aften rutine?

Jeg afrenser, toner, bruger serum og natcreme. Plejer gerne at læse en bog og finde ind til et ”Happy space” inden jeg går i seng. Jeg tror på, det er vigtigt at tænke positive tanker inden, man falder i søvn, så man igennem hele natten sender gode vibrationer og manifesterer det gode i livet

green matcha latte in a cup


Hvordan er din morgen rutine?

Jeg vågner kl. 8 gerne efter 8-9 (10) timers søvn – elsker at sove! Så tjekker jeg Instagram og siger godmorgen til min kat (Emma), derefter mediterer vi (hun ligger på min mave) i 20 minutter. Hvis jeg har god tid laver jeg et par yogaøvelser, ellers sætter jeg straks min playliste på, med en masse sange der gør mig glad, så jeg er sikker på at min dag starter med god energi. Derfra drikker jeg en grøn spinat smoothie og en stor matcha latte og så i gang med min hudplejerutine, som minder meget om den jeg laver om aftenen, bare omvendt. Så er dagen i gang!


Tusinde tak til Nelle for at besvare spørgsmålene og for at lade os få et kig ind i hendes skønhedsrutiner!


Læs også: Holistisk interview med Tanja Gregersen, Carolina Ellie og Tine Emilie Svendsen.



Today I want to share the book Womancode with you. It’s already been a while since I read it, but it has been on my list to write a little recommendation about it for you, because I loved that book!

What’s it about?

The book Womancode* written by Alisa Vitti is a book all about the woman cycle and how to best support your own health and hormones during the different phases of your cycle. I have learned so incredibly much about the woman cycle, and my own cycle, through this book which I had no knowledge about prior to reading it.

My knowledge about the woman cycle before reading this book was mainly that you had your menstruation once a month, and that I was aware of ovulation also happened. But besides that, I had no knowledge at all, neither did I really know how we could live our lives more in alignment with our cycles and thereby improve our health, hormones and overall wellbeing.

I have now learned that we have 4 different phases which we go through throughout our cycle:

  • Follicular phase
  • Ovulatory phase
  • Luteal phase
  • Menstrual phase

I have also learned how to better stabilise my hormones during the different phases in the form of what to focus on (relaxing, organising, exercising etc.) and what kind of food to eat. Fx to eat more healthy fat during the menstrual phase, such as avocados, chia seeds and flax seeds etc.


“The path is this: align with your hormones, allow your body to restore its own balance, and watch your symptoms clear up” – Womancode


The book actually contain meal plans which you can follow for the different phases, however I’m not much for following plans strictly, so I’ll probably never do that, but I have started to pay more attention to what to eat more of during the different phases, and learned the importance of keeping a stable blood sugar level by eating regularly.

I read this book at the same time as I was quitting my birth control pills (and I also did some other research as well), but I personally haven’t experienced any problems with getting my menstruation back (so far) after having quit the birth control – which I’m truly grateful for!

I can for sure recommend this book, especially if you are quitting the birth control pill and want to stabilise your hormones and get your cycle back on track, but also just if you want to learn more about the female body and how it functions.



I can definitely also recommend using the app MyFLO which is created by the author behind this book. Through this app you can see which phase you are in and it gives you tips on what to focus on during the different phases every time you enter the app, which I really love!

*Affiliate link have been used, which mean that if you buy through this link, I’ll get a small percentage of the sale.


Read also: Track your period – menstruation apps 

Holistic beauty & skincare Inspirering people


Jeg elsker at læse om andres skønhedsrutiner og små ritualer, og jeg valgte derfor at skrive til nogle kvinder som jeg finder særligt inspirerende indenfor dette område.

Den anden i rækken af holistiske skønhedsinterviews er Carolina. Carolina er holistisk sundhedsterapeut og livsstilsmentor og lever af at hjælpe andre med at finde årsagen bag deres symptomer og skabe den krop og det liv som de drømmer om. Jeg er elle vild med at følge Carolina på Instagram og lære omkring hendes mange gode tips og tricks til hvordan man få flottere hud og blive et sundere menneske. Jeg har selv fulgt en af Carolinas workshops og fik masser af gode guldkorn til hvordan jeg kunne optimere min egen sundhed. Jeg har også mødt Carolina i virkeligheden, og hun er et skønt menneske der bare stråler af livsglæde og passion for sit eget felt.
Hvis du vil vide mere omkring Carolinas egne skønhedsrutiner, så læs med nedenfor.

Hvad er, ifølge dig, det bedste man kan gøre for dig selv og sin hud/krop (både fysisk og mentalt)?

2 ting: At dyrke yoga, og spise grøntsager. Det lyder super kedeligt, men det er så sandt. Vi komplicerer ofte vores krop og sundhed, og vi glemmer det mest basale. Jeg ser det gang på gang hos mine klienter – vi bliver nødt til at gå back to basics! Tilbage i køkkenet med en røvfuld grøntsager og snit 😉
Yoga er det mest fantastiske system til både krop og sind, og du bliver beviseligt gladere, mere tilfreds, og roligere indeni. Det er et uundværligt afbræk i en travl hverdag (og travlt samfund), og jeg ville ønske at alle verdenslederne startede deres dag med 30 minutters yoga 😉

Hvad er dine yndlings produkter til ansigtet?

Traumeel-salve, som er en homøopatisk salve, du kan få i helsekosten. Det er et vidunderprodukt til uren hud! Jeg bruger den som afsluttende creme inden jeg går i seng, hvis jeg får en bums. Den er fuldstændig uundværlig. Derudover elsker jeg Avivirs ansigtscreme med hyaluronsyre, og Jane Iredale’s Purepressed Base Mineral Foundation. For f*nden, det er en god foundation, der endda plejer min hud mens jeg har den på. Alle pengene værd!

Hvad er dine yndlingsprodukter til huden?

Olier og ler. Jeg bruger ikke penge på dyre skønhedsprodukter og dippedutter. Jeg holder mig til de rene råvarer og forkæler min hud med ler, hybenkerneolie, aloe vera og massage. Jeg er også blevet stor fan af oilcleansing/pulling, som jeg snart skriver et indlæg omkring. Har aldrig haft pænere hud! 

Har du en særlig ’selvforkælelses rutine’ når du rigtig skal forkæle dig selv og din hud, krop og sjæl, og hvad består den af?

Enten en tur i kurbad hos Frederiksberg Kurbad, hvor der er saunagus og hjemmelavet bodyscrub. Min krop og sjæl er helt smørblød efter sådan en tur, og jeg skal nærmest skrabes væk med dejskraber efter sådan et par timer. Ellers elsker jeg at få en deluxe mani-pedi hos Nails Cph på Borgergade, som er tæt på, hvor jeg bor. De russiske kvinder der har det er effektive og kan virkelig deres kram.

Hvordan er din aften rutine?

Jeg renser mit ansigt enten med oilcleansing eller rasuller, og masserer mit ansigt igennem med min dagcreme og olie, så huden får let rødme. På den måde optager huden meget mere de gode indholdsstoffer, og får transporteret affaldsstofferne væk.
Inden jeg skal sove, får jeg mine kosttilskuds-cocktail: 2 x Mega B-Stress fra Solaray, of 3 kapsler Trypton*t fra Naturdrogertiet. Man sover som en drøm på den kombi!

Hvordan er din morgen rutine?

Min hund vækker min kæreste og jeg, fordi den vil ud at gå, og derefter skal jeg have morgenmad. Jeg ELSKER morgenmad, og er altid sulten når jeg vågner. Jeg får en kæmpe grøn smoothie med alskens gode sager i, en kop god øko-kaffe, og så ser jeg Go’Morgen Danmark. Jeg ville ønske, at jeg var sådan en type der mediterede og sad i Lotus-stilling om morgenen, men det gør jeg altså ikke. Til gengæld er det mega hyggeligt, og jeg bliver i godt humør af det. Så tager jeg meditationen senere 😉

Tusinde tak til Carolina for at besvare spørgsmålene og give os et indblik i hendes skønhedsrutiner! 

Læs også: Holistisk skønhedsinterview med Tanja Gregersen