A few superfoods that promote beauty are: flaxseeds that are abundant in anti-inflammatory properties, coconut oil which is a great moisturizer, aloe vera which contains abundant healing properties, papaya helps remove dead skin cells and inactive proteins and pumpkins which act as natural exfoliators and promote skin glow.
This mixture gets rid of unwanted facial hair and makes skin smoother. Its ingredients are natural and contain no chemicals. Mix 1 tbsp oatmeal, honey and a few drops of lime juice to form a paste. Rub into skin and leave on for 15 min. Apply moisturizer after washing off with lukewarm water. Repeat 2-3 times a week and see results within a month.
Explaining what stretch marks are and how to get rid of stretch marks is something I spend a lot of my time chatting with mothers about before, during and after pregnancy. I believe that knowing a bit about stretch marks can help you understand what’s going on and how to[.....]
Research suggests that prenatal exposure to parabens is linked to autistic-like behavioral symptoms in infants and other birth defects. To prevent this exposure choose paraben-free cosmetics and personal care products. Buy preservative-free cosmetics in small batches. Most important of all, eat fresh food and cook your meals from whole, local ingredients.
Diet to Reverse Hair Loss In The Pursuit Of The “Perfect” Look The desire for achieving ethereal beauty has been one of the pursuits in human evolution. As science unearths more elements (either from nature or the lab) the perfect look seems more accessible and hence desirable. The U.S. cosmetics market, for[.....]
How to get a glowing skin? How to have flawless skin? Clear glowing skin is a dream for every person. No one likes pimples, zits, dark spots, baggy eyes or dark circles. Here are 12 simple tips for clear skin! 1. Clear Glowing Skin Naturally Some people have two different[.....]
Shingles thrives on a higher arginine to lyine ratio in the body. Eat Lysine rich foods: meats, fish, yogurt, cheese, milk, eggs, apples, pears, apricots, avocados, pineapples, green beans, and asparagus. Avoid Arginine rich foods: tomatoes, wheat germ, brussels sprouts, cashews, grapes, pumpkin seeds, pecan, blackberries, blueberries, peanuts, chocolate, and sugar.
Your growing bump is not the only change that happens during pregnancy. Like the uterus, your skin will also have to undergo changes to accommodate the baby. The influx of hormones and change in blood circulation will have an effect on your skin during pregnancy. Most of the changes disappear[.....]
Most of the products in your bathroom are meant to help you stay clean and healthy. You frequently use these products without second thought as you consider them to be good for you. Many personal-care products can be doing much more harm than good. The products can contain ingredients that[.....]
Use baking soda to strip your hair of excess oil and chemicals and apple cider vinegar and honey to condition. Save your hair from damage you caused.
Wear lose and comfortable clothing, preferably cotton undergarments to allow the skin to breathe and prevent moisture from being retained. After exercise or any activity that increases sweating, shower to rinse sweat off the skin to avoid bacterial growth. Use lighter, non-comedogenic moisturizers or coconut oil. Eat a balanced diet and keep exercising regularly.
Everyone dreams of having flawless and glowing skin! Unfortunately, poor diet, unhealthy food choices and exposure to environmental pollution makes our skin dull, lifeless. There are many home made remedies for getting healthy glowing skin naturally at home. Read on more to learn about the homemade and natural face packs for[.....]
Stretch marks can occur during sudden changes in body size, such as during pregnancy, puberty, or rapid weight-gain. Ninety percent of pregnant women will get stretch marks around their abdomen, hips and thighs, and unfortunately, they seem to be genetic — if your mom had stretch marks, odds are that[.....]
Testosterone is a male sex hormone that affects more than just sex drive. When levels of this hormone dip, it can impact your mood, energy levels, and bone and muscle health. Suggested foods include olive oil's MUFAs, zinc from red meat and crustaceans (or dairy), pomegranate, vitamin-D-rich fatty fish and eggs, and virgin coconut oil.
Drink 8 ounces of water daily for vibrant skin. Keep a spray bottle in your purse with water and a few drops of essential oil. Spritz your skin occasionally to stay hydrated. Use diffusers with essential oils as they can be absorbed easily by the skin. Avoid heavy sun exposure as it dries out the skin. Find a good moisturizer with aloe vera or hyaluronic acid.
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