Tuesday, July 19, 2011

How is Rich Mugler healthy?

I consider myself a socialite in the community I live in, so there are a few things that I do that involved my health that are important FOR ME.

There are important things that I do make sure I look up to par when wining, dinning, networking and mingling in such a big city like Philadelphia.

I stay healthy by taking good care of my facial skin, teeth, and body.

First, I believe that taking good care of your facial skin is essential part of staying healthy. It is a very simple thing to do and everyone can benefit, even those who have facial skin issues. A disciplined skin care routine keeps you looking and feeling your best.

Everyone should use a professional facial cleaner and a moisturizer. I also use a toner in-between facial cleaner and moisturizer. The toner is uses to help shrink the appearance of pores and it brings your skin back to an optimal pH level. A scrub is great to use once or twice a week and will keep your facial skin looking smoothed and polished.

Along with taking good care of my facial skin, I believe that taking good care of your teeth is just as important for your health. Your teeth are the first thing that most people notice when engaging in conversations and being social so making sure they are clean and sparkling is critical. That’s why I brush my teeth twice a day, floss, visit the dentist regularly, and I also use a teeth whitening system when needed. This keeps my teeth looking great and paparazzi ready (lol).

Lastly, my body is my temple, so I treat it as so.

I stay healthy by hitting up the gym 3 to 4 times a week. I do about hour of cardio twice a week and lift weights the other 2 days. Exercising allows me to fit into the clothes I want to wear. I dress to impress when heading out to an exclusive lounge bar or restaurant. Being red carpet ready is a must (lol)! Although this is my least favorite routine of all, it is probably my most important because exercising keeps my mind, body and spirit feeling great!

These are just a few things that I do to keep myself healthy. It’s what makes me unique. For those who consider themselves socialite like me, you should try it and see what kind of response you get. It really works FOR ME and maybe it will for you.

--Rich Mugler

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1 comment:

  1. I liked your post, especially about our bodies being are temple and taking care of it. I myself need motivation. I am starting today.


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