Marina Wildt

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Marina Wildt is the Beauty & Fitness Editor at Longevity Magazine. She has a keen focus on the science behind beauty and aspires to always bring the latest innovations in these fields to the public and put forward reliable and trustworthy advice. In her spare time she likes to cook, do yoga and travel wherever she can.

phytonutrients | Longevity LIVE

Have you ever wondered how many fruits and vegetables are able to withstand the heat from the sun while they grow? Or how they’re able to fend off a variety of other environmental harms such as predator pests and pollution while still maintaining their physical and nutritional integrity? Well, a

chemical peel | Longevity LIVE

The function of a chemical peel is to use a skin-friendly acid base to remove the superficial layers of your skin. In turn, your body will instantly trigger its response to replace whatever skin it has lost.  It does this by targeting the fibroblasts in the deeper layer of skin.

yoga mat | Longevity LIVE

Choosing a yoga mat goes beyond colour, pattern and overall aesthetic appeal – it needs to make your yoga sessions easier by providing your body with the right amount of support, it needs to be easy to transport, and it should have an eco-friendly element to it as well.  So, how

skin health | Longevity LIVE

Your skin is your body’s largest organ and needs to be treated with the utmost care, before you even start looking at cosmetic solutions for good skin health, you need to ensure the these three main factors have been taken into consideration: Diet, sun exposure, and lifestyle habits. In this article, we’re going to

honey | longevity LIVE

The background: As a beauty-hungry teenager with (of course) no money, I stumbled upon a book from my mum’s library, which very quickly became my first beauty bible. This was the “Vogue’s Body and Beauty Bible” from 1977. I did a bit research and realized the natural ingredients had for DIY beauty rituals as

animal therapy | Longevity LIVE

Today, animal therapy is a globally recognized and reputable method for aiding a variety of health conditions such as depression, anxiety or even ailments such as cancer. Though it has only gained popularity over the last decade, the earliest report of it being documented is from the 18th Century. Before we get

heat styling | Longevity LIVE

It’s a problem that all women face today: heat styling and hair damage. The trouble is, unfortunately, that heat styling will to some extent damage your natural hair. In saying this, it doesn’t have to be serious and it can definitely be controlled. Here’s how… 1. Turn down the heat when

sun | Longevity Live

As with anything in life. You need to keep healthy and balanced. And your approach getting enough sunshine isn’t any different. If you hibernate away from the sun. It’s honestly just as bad as actively working towards a leathery and tanned complexion. “Having regular, limited exposure to sunlight is not in itself

organic | LONGEVITY LIVE

There has been quite a bit of speculation about whether it’s really worth buying organic produce, or whether conventionally farmed crops will give you the same nutritional benefits. Now before you make any quick decisions about these mixed reviews – let’s go through all the facts you should know first about organic foods.

foot | Longevity LIVE

Whether it’s summer or winter, you need to follow through with proper foot care. While a lot of this maintenance may just seem like it’s for aesthetic reasons – it’s really not. Looking after your feet is an important part of maintaining overall health as well. 1. Cut your nails properly