It is true that majority of women tend to experience mood swings and temper tantrums a few days before their period starts. But many symptoms that are usually associated with PMS could actually turn out to be something much worse. Many women battle for years with what they assume is[.....]
Dip a clean cotton swab in lemon/basil juice, or neem oil+coconut oil; apply to the affected area. Expose your pimple to steam to unclog the pores or press an ice pack to ease swelling and redness. Apply brewed green tea leaves or a mix of turmeric powder, water, yogurt for the inflammation to subside. Avoid using lip gloss or lip balms and never pick at the zit!
Water is one of the most essential components for life. On an average, a human being must consume at least 7-8 glasses of water each day. But did you know replacing your morning cup of tea or coffee with a cup of hot water can do wonder for your body.[.....]
Premenstrual syndrome, also called PMS, causes many symptoms that occur during the second half of the menstrual cycle. They disappear when your menstrual cycle begins. It is difficult to differentiate between pregnancy symptoms and PMS as they are almost similar. If you are trying to get pregnant, chances are that[.....]
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[.....]
Eucalyptus can treat acne, dandruff, and respiratory diseases. It can also relieve pain, give you healthy gums and teeth, help with diabetes, and control mold and fungus spores in the environment. But eucalyptus oil should be diluted before it’s used topically and it shouldn’t be taken internally without a doctor’s say so. Also do not use it when you’re pregnant or breast feeding, or for children.
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.
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a medical condition in which a woman’s hormones are in a state of imbalance. Acquiring PCOS can subsequently lead to the development of other medical conditions as well, including heart disease and diabetes. Here are 8 symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome that you should be[.....]
Sandalwood powder is a natural and holistic method to treat skin conditions. It has numerous health benefits and has been used for centuries in Ayurveda. Sandalwood powder can treat skin rashes, blemishes, acne, and many other skin problems. Here are the methods to treat some common skin conditions using sandalwood[.....]
Witch hazel may not be as ubiquitous as aloe vera, but it may just be better than you'd imagined! This antibacterial, anti-inflammatory herbal remedy can be used topically not only to treat acne, eczema, but to heal minor burns and bruises too. In addition, for those with hemorrhoids, sunburn, or insect bites, witch hazel can also help ease itchiness and swelling.
When you shower is a personal matter that should remain so. Unwind after a long day with a hot shower or jumpstart your day with a cold one. It's your call.
If you’re suffering with acne issues too often, there must be something about your beauty and lifestyle regime that makes them pay you a visit too often. Here are some ways to say a long goodbye to them. 1.Don’t Scrub Too Much Wash your face with warm water to remove[.....]
With potent anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, the humble jojoba oil not only serves as a base for essential oils, but has immense uses for skin, hair too. If you've dry and frizzy hair, skin that is chapped/dry, or unsightly skin conditions like acne, eczema, using jojoba oil might make all the difference. It can even help relieve arthritis and other joint pain.
Pop goes the…pimple. If you find yourself heaving heavily at the thought of it, you’re probably like the rest of us skin-troubled folk. Our faces are (unadmittedly so) important to us. How we look (tired and old or fresh and youthful) can cause us to have many a sleepless nights[.....]
Soak a clean washcloth in cooled green tea/chamomile tea or plain cold water and press onto the face for 2-3 mins, twice a day. Wear sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher; use mild soaps, moisturizers. Avoid food, drinks that are hot in temperature (spicy foods, alcohol). Try herbal helpers like calendula salve, aloe vera gel, or colloidal oatmeal face masks.
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