I’ve been in a war against blackheads since I first discovered Bioré pore strips back in high school. Seeing that black gunk is just so satisfying! According to facialist Cecilia Wong from Cecilia Wong Skincare in New York City, those tiny dots are a sign you need to treat your skin ASAP. “A blackhead is a clump of oil and dirt mixed together in a pore,” she tells SELF. “If you don’t take care of your pores, eventually the dirt and oil will accumulate. If someone has a lot of blackheads (or open comedones), you can feel it—the skin is rough, scratchy, and bumpy."
More bad news: Dirty pores can also mean reduced skin elasticity in the future. “A pore is like a rubber band—the more you stretch it out, the less elasticity it has,” Wong says. “Once your pores are stretched out to a certain de
Perfectly shaped eyebrows highlight one's face and personality. We all are aware of how bold eyebrows have become a rage, and yet not too long back, pencil-thin eyebrows dominated the style industry. Now thicker eyebrows are back in trend. In fact, you can see women sporting them on the silver screens and fashion runways. Eyebrows are one of the most noticeable parts of one's face, the thicker they are, more beautiful you look. But not all of us can lay a natural claim to thick eyebrows. Some of us have sparse and scanty eyebrows, and we are always scouting for remedies to make them thicker. Though there isn’t a magic tip to bring back your eyebrow hair overnight, but there are certain things that can enhance the process. And for this, nothing can work better than natural remedies.
Do you know what causes hair loss? The experts say that hair loss is related to various factors as stress, pregnancy, menopause, weight loss, etc.
But, also other reasons can speed up and promote the hair loss. Stress can cause a hormonal imbalance and lead to excessive hair loss.
This issue can make you insecure and withdrawn and affect your self-esteem. You will spend a lot of money on expensive hair products and treatments which will not always give the best results.
We present you a homemade shampoo which can help you to solve this problem.
HOW TO MAKE MY OWN HOMEMADE SHAMPOO FOR HAIR LOSS?
The first thing you need is a natural shampoo with neutral pH. You can use the normal baby shampoo. This shampoo is used as a base ingredient, but we will use 3 other ingredients in it....
Every female has a natural vaginal scent that can change throughout her menstrual cycle. A strong odor however, can be a sign of an infection, particularly if she is sexually active. Certain sexually transmitted infections (STI’s) such as trichomoniasis can cause a different odor. A woman’s vagina is naturally filled with bacteria but when there is an overgrowth, the condition is called bacterial vaginosis and causes a “fishy” odor.
The female gender is one who cares a lot about his physical condition and is very careful about themselves. However, women not only face aesthetic and beauty problems, but also health problems. (bad smell)
-While some are concerned about their hair, body or face, others have major problems. One of those problems is the vaginal odor caused by infections.
We know, we know – facial cleansing is pretty easy, right? Splash on some water, work in some product and you're basically good to go. Except it's not as straightforward as that with the range of cleansers on hand, and if you're not scrubbing up properly, the signs will start to show.
1. Face wipes
It might be time to break up with the face wipes; yes we know they're the easy option, but at what price to your skin? The majority are loaded with chemicals which, sure, will dissolve your makeup, but surfactants and emulsifiers tend to aggravate. Not to mention the scrubbing involved on a stubborn scrap of mascara, all that pulling is a massive no-no around your delicate eyes.
2. Harsh cleansers on oily skin:
Sure, it seems only logical to go hardcore on oily skin, and opt for grainy,
It is never too early, or late, to start preventing wrinkles. You can always benefit from these seven simple anti-wrinkle remedies:
1. QUIT SMOKING
It’s never easy, but nicotine patches and inhalers are a great place to start if you’re having trouble.
2. ADD MORE ANTIOXIDANTS TO YOUR DIET
Antioxidants protect your skin from free radicals.
Foods with the highest antioxidant content include:
Red kidney beans
Granny smith apples
Oily fish with high omega 3 fatty acid content
3. STAY HYDRATED
Try to drink two litres of water per day – especially after exercising.
If you don’t enjoy drinking water, spruce it up with fresh l
Even if you’ve been using the same hair products forever, it’s a good idea for you to switch up your hair regimen (and drop some bad hair habits along the way. This particularly applies to you if you’ve done something drastic with your hair, like color-treated it, chopped it all off, or chemically altered it. Here are five small changes you can make to your hair regimen—and they offer 5 big results.
1. Fewer Tangles to Brush Out
If you’re not using formulas based in natural oils, like avocado oil and argan oil, for your hair, you’re missing out. (And don’t worry, they won’t make your hair greasy.) But they’ll make your hair look shinier and feel softer to the touch. Incorporate these oils in a multitude of ways — as a leave-in conditioner, pre-shampoo conditioning treatment or a detangle
Whether you’re a student or the parent of one, one thing is universal: Time is especially precious during back to school season. Homework, swim practice and social activities don’t leave room for much else, so it’s worth making the most of the time you do have. One easy way to do that is by streamlining the time you spend on your beauty routine. From applying your makeup and styling hair in the morning to cleansing at night, there’s a lot of opportunity to take back time. Here, we’ve shared how you can save time and make your schedule feel just a little less rushed.
Streamline in the Shower
Forget the hour dedicated to washing, blow drying, and straightening your hair with a flatiron. For sleek, smooth hair without a serious time commitment, try Fructis Sleek Shot In-Shower Sty
Using a face mask as part of your regular skin care routine could be beneficial to your skin—if you’re doing it right, that is. Face masks can help address specific skin care concerns (like dullness or oily skin)—plus, they can be a totally relaxing, spa-like experience. The thing is, there are a few common mistakes you might be making that could be interfering with getting the most out of your face mask. Here, learn everything from how often you should use a face mask, to when to use a face mask, to how to cleanse your face before putting on a face mask. Read on to find out all of the above, plus, a myriad of other face mask mistakes you should put a stop to ASAP in order to put together the best skin care regimen for your complexion.
FACE MASK MISTAKE #1: YOU DON’T TAKE YOUR SKIN TYPE
If you’re in a pinch and find yourself the victim of oily roots, we know one hair care product that’s about to become your new BFF: waterless shampoo. Below, we’re filling you in on what waterless shampoo is, how it works, and how you can add it to your hair care routine.
WHAT IS WATERLESS SHAMPOO?
You may be wondering, "what’s the difference between waterless shampoo and dry shampoo?" Well, actually, there is no difference! The two are one are the same, but waterless shampoo is sometimes used as a broader term to describe different types of dry shampoo formulas. While dry shampoo is often solely associated with an aerosol spray, it can also come in an array of different forms, such as foam and powder. You may see these forms referred to as waterless shampoos, but it’s all the same thi
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