Eyes are the Window to the Soul

Love Yourself from the Inside Out


“The eyes are the windows to the soul”, I have heard this metaphor many times.  This reminds me of a picture I saw of  Lady Diana in a blue suit whilst she and Prince Charles were on their Tour of South Korea in 1992.  As a young adult then myself, it struck me the sadness I saw in her eyes.  Little did we all know, the tragic ending to her life was only a few years away.


In fact, the eyes do provide lots of information about another person’s emotional state.  At Soho-Wellness, our foundation is built on believing it, feeling it and creating it.  Allowing ourselves to live the life we truly deserve.

When people are sad or worried, they furrow their brow, which makes the eyes look smaller. Yet when people are cheerful, we correctly call them “bright eyed.” That’s because people raise their eyebrows when they’re happy, making the eyes look bigger and brighter.

We can tell a true smile from a fake by looking at a person’s eyes. The mouth shape of a smile is easy to fake—we do it all the time out of politeness. But the eyes are the giveaway. When we are truly happy, we not only smile but the people around you feel it,  yet when people fake a smile, they usually forget about their eyes.  The emotion of happiness and sadness comes from within and our body expresses it, yet I believe the “eyes don’t lie”.

Quite literally if you feel happy within yourself, this reflects on the outside.  At Soho-Wellness we provide the services for you to feel comfortable within yourself from the inside out and create the life you truly want.  Is it time for you to let leg go of any suppressed negative emotions ?  If yes, then Soho-Wellness is there for you.

Is it time for you to take care of your body, whether this be by way of  a treating yourself or a regular tune up, Soho-Wellness is there for you.

Is it time for you to relax in our Sauna,  as well as getting the health benefits?  Our Sunlighten infrared sauna may induce a deep sweat to make the heart pump faster, which in turn increases blood flow, lowers blood pressure  and helps circulation. Scientific evidence shows the infrared sauna benefits using a Sunlighten infrared sauna a couple times a week lowers blood pressure.

Is it time for you to take care of your skin?  Anything from a rejuvenating facial, botox, fillers, threads  to laser hair removal.

Is it time for you to feel the beauty within and express it however  you choose ?  Anything from  lash extensions, make up application, waxing and microblading.


Written by Debbie Dubickas, CHt


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