ERASE: Let Yourself Let Go
After smoothing the edges of your skin and your life, the next step is to erase.
To erase can be one of the most difficult things to do–to truly commit to a fresh start. But your mind and body will thank you after you take the plunge.
What does it mean to erase?
The definition is to “remove all traces of.” In other words, let yourself fully let go of all traces of negativity in your life. We spend a lot of energy managing our negative emotions and forget that we can let go of them altogether.
Like we talked about in last week’s blog, the first step in Camille Coton’s skin care regimen is to smooth the microdermabrasion cream over your skin to cause dead skin cells to roll up and separate.
The second step is to ERASE them off with a dry washcloth followed by a wet washcloth.
The layers of your skin tell a story, and you can decide whether or not the story will be good or bad. At Camille Coton, we say, why not make it great? Erasing the dead skin cells frees up your natural glow. It makes it possible to enjoy the inherent beauty in your skin instead of covering it with unnecessary junk.
This concept is applicable to your life and relationships as well. The best elements of life are the things that are underneath the ugly stuff. We all have some: regret, grief, stress, etc. All of these things will come sometimes, but they don’t have to be your end all be all. Who are you underneath that stress that’s taking a toll on you? Who are you underneath that fear that’s holding you back from accomplishing your goals? Probably someone who is brave, kind, and ready to tackle the next thing in your life.
Say yes to a new start this January.
Erase past disappointments, failures, and insecurities. In turn, erase the unnecessary layers from your skin and let your natural glow shine through!