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9 Tips to make the Skin and Hair Gorgeous +  

Could your skin be more clear and smoother than it is? Could your hair be any silkier, stronger and voluminous? All of this without having to spend thousands of rupees are your next-door salon? Yes, absolutely! I come across hundreds of young women looking for desperate solutions to their skin and hair problems and expecting me to wave my magic wand and tackle their issues overnight and transform them. I would love to oblige but the truth is that nature doesn't bloom overnight.

8 Beauty Tips for Caring Your Skin, Hair and Lips in Winter +  

Winter is here! I love this time of the year, when there is a nip in the air. But the season can also play havoc with your skin, leading to dry, flaky skin and chapped lips, if adequate care is not taken. This becomes especially important for young brides, whose weddings are right around the corner. Here are a few tips that will help you keep your skin hydrated and glowing throughout the season.

What The Age Spots Are and How to Erase Them +  

Those flat brown spots that appear on the body can be freckles, sunspots, liver spots or age spots. Freckles can be genetic and be present at an early age, or they can be due to sun exposure if you have a hereditary predisposition to them. Freckles can even look sexy, as seen on many models. Age spots are not sexy and can age you beyond your actual age.

10 Tips To Care And Protect Your Body Heat And Your Health +  

In this last month of winter, we still have cold and/or damp weather, and it’s wise to stay warm and protected from deeper coldness getting into the body. This is a health maxim in both Western and Eastern medicines. Here are some tips you can apply if you have trouble staying warm at this time of year. Ladies?

Some Tips To Care Sensitive Skin +  

There are millions of people who have sensitive skin. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, as many as 50 percent of the patients who seek help have sensitive skin. There are a variety of symptoms associated with this condition including itchy, scaly skin, red patches, acne, and contact dermatitis .

Have You Got Salicylate Sensitivity? +  

Salicylate intolerance or sensitivity includes any side effects that occur when any derivatives of salicylic acid are introduced into the body.

Salicylates are found naturally in plants and act to protect them from diseases, insects, fungi and bacteria. The salicylates act as preservatives through a natural immune hormone.

Salicylates are also commonly found in many personal care, skin care, medications (such as aspirin types) and of course, in products containing plants.

Something about Sunscreens and Cancer, Hormone Disruption and Photoaging +  

We have been told for years that the sun’s rays are harmful and we all need to slather on sunscreen chemicals to protect from skin cancers and skin aging.

The truths are that sunscreen use actually leads to: increased risks of cancer and increased photoaging.

A Few Summer Skincare for Sensitive Skin +  

Typically sensitive skin needs a lot of TLC, and this is more so during the summer months. Weekends of camping trips, picnics with friends, day at the beach or other summer getaways should be fun, but if you’re not diligent towards proper sensitive skin care, you’ll pay the price with irritated problem skin. This may mean skin irritation with rashes, redness and breakouts.

Some Small Simple Tattoo Ideas That Are Absolutely Stunning +  

When it comes to getting inked, less is definitely more. Small, simple tattoos are theway to make a big statement. Need proof? Just look to Hollywood "It" girls Selena Gomez, Cara Delevingne and Rita Ora, who all sport tattoo designs that are subtle in stature but big on cool factor

Some Common Allergy Causing Ingredients +  

If your lip swells up or you get a rash around your mouth, it could be an ingredient in your toothpaste. Dry scalp or a rash developing around a new earring, can be caused by another common ingredient. This article will help you understand the difference between ‘allergens’ and ‘irritants’ and what to look out for in your daily used products on your body to prevent contact dermatitis.

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