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Up Your Gratitude Game and Boost Your Radiance

Posted by Julien Lacomblez on

We’ve looked at the data and we’re convinced Gratitude makes you Beautiful -inside and out!

Research has shown that people who practice gratitude consistently reported not only more joy, compassion, generosity, and overall happiness, but actually showed stronger immune systems and lower blood pressure! Other scientists found that even a one-time act of thoughtful gratitude produced an immediate 10% increase in happiness and 35% reduction in depressive symptoms.

And that’s not all! Expressing appreciation also demonstrated wondrous benefits for romantic relationships.

It’s proven! Our ‘thank yous’ make us happier, healthier, and more resilient.

Truly! You can google it :)

Since we already know skin is our largest organ and reflects all the subtle states of our body, mind, and soul -  we can safely infer:


(It’s simple math. If A equals B and B equals C, then A must equal C!)

Acknowledging and expressing gratitude, we exude the radiance of our world’s beauty.

So what can we do to up our gratitude game? Here’s some stuff smart lab-coat folks have recommended:

  1. Remember your daily ‘thank yous’.
    (at home, in the office, at a studio or store)
  1. Writing gratitude journals regularly
    (we don’t know what regularly means, but weekly sounds like a good start!)
  1. Think of someone you are truly thankful for in your life. Now call ‘em to say exactly what you feel.
    (for proof, check out one of our favorite videos from SoulPancakes)

And - while you work from within, we promise to continue feeding your skin and hair with only the highest quality, nutrient-filled products. Let’s call it a team effort to spread radiant beauty throughout the world!


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  • Being grateful for what I have now usually helps me with appreciating how much abundance I have right now in my life. This also puts things in perspective and helps with acceptance for how life is and any challenges I’m going through are more manageable with an attitude of gratitude.

    April B on

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