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How to get the Scandinavian glow

We have a close relationship with nature. Keep in mind that everything starts from within, feeling good on the inside helps you glow on the outside.


We love quality over quantity. We love products that are easy to use and have multiple benefits. Less is more when it comes to natural beauty and we love having products with functionality and results. Finnish skin care is natural, supercharged with antioxydants, freshly pressed oils and balancing ointments.


Relaxing like a Finn, or "Finrelaxing", means engaging in plenty of peace, quiet and time, breathe in the fresh air, and dream. Finrelaxing means hiking in the summer, skiing in winter, simply enjoying the wild woods, and sauna, of course. Go out, have a ride in the nature, it not only refreshes and relaxes your brain, it also frees your spirit.


What would be a better way to spend a piece of your time off than bring your attention to the present? The Finnish way of mindfulness means engaging in less small talk, observing more, and finding what is truly important in your everyday life. You know, the small things that make life worth living.


The cuisine in Finland is an impeccable mix of clean flavors, pure ingredients, and an incredibly high level of dedication to tradition with a hint of innovation. All which lie heavily on the fresh produce provided by the abundant nature. The growing seasons in Finland are short but so intense that natural ingredients are not only packed with flavors, they are packed with healthy benefits. Berries, such as blueberries, strawberries and lingonberries, are all bursting with antioxydants, not to mention the cloudberry.


Woman is at her best after a sauna, says a Finnish proverb. The sauna ritual in Finland is a quintessential part of the local way of life. Anytime you can escape the world for a moment of peace and quiet, it's going to have a positive effect on your mental health and stress.




Source : The Finnish Way: Finding Courage, Wellness, and Happiness Through the Power of Sisu by Katja Pantzar & Visit Finland

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