14
Dec

The Benefits And Risks Of Ultraviolet (Uv) Tanning And Its Alternatives: The Role Of Prudent Sun Exposure

Health Benefits Several health benefit claims such as improved appearance, enhanced mood, and increased vitamin D levels have been attributed to tanning. Furthermore, the Indoor Tanning Association claims that “catching some rays may lengthen your life” Exposure to sunlight has been linked to improved energy and elevated mood. The belief that people look better with...
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14
Dec

13 Amazing Benefits Of Hot Water For Skin, Hair And Health

Water is one of the most important substances that we need to sustain on this earth. According to experts, every human being needs to drink at least 7 to 8 glasses of water. Though most people prefer consuming cold or normal water, researches have shown that drinking hot or warm water has some exclusive benefits...
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14
Dec

Face Lift

Facelift surgery , clinically known as rhytidectomy, is a procedure used to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles and other telltale signs of aging, with the goal of improving the overall appearance of the face and jaw. Facelift surgery can help to reverse the harmful effects of time, stress, and exposure to the elements. To perform this...
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14
Dec

Face Yoga Is Here And This Is What You Need To Know

 We asked face yoga expert Danielle Collins to teach us her simple facial exercise regime, which helps lift, firm, tone and reduce wrinkles. Firstly, it’s hailed as a non-invasive alternative to Botox and surgery, but how exactly will doing facial exercises help banish fine lines, sagging and wrinkles? Danielle says: ‘The exercises work the hypodermis...
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07
Dec

Skin Vs. The City

When you move to a city, you make sacrifices. You’ll live in a tiny apartment, spend a fresh ton of money, and expose yourself to lots of stress that could have been avoided if you had stayed the suburbs. Not to complain about it or anything—the thrill of adventure takes us to brighter, louder, more...
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07
Dec

How The Sun And UV Cause Cancer

Too much ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or sunbeds is the main cause of skin cancer. In the UK more than 8 in 10 cases of melanoma, the most serious type of skin cancer, could be prevented through enjoying the sun safely and avoiding using sunbeds. What is UV? There are 2 main types of...
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07
Dec

Gel Or Cream? A Common Skin Care Dilemma, Solved

When it comes to skincare products, not only are you faced with the challenge of figuring out which items are best for your skin concerns, you also have to decide on delivery forms. Gels, creams, elixirs, scrubs, serums, mists—the application options seem endless. How can you possibly know which type to pick? First things first:...
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07
Dec

3 Benefits Of Washing Face With Cold Water

Have you noticed why your face looks a little puffy in the morning just when you are up from the bed? This is because when we sleep our cells regenerate hence our pores expand and our faces seems a little puffy. If you think fixing that isn’t easy, then fret not! A splash of cold water is...
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30
Nov

Inside A Beauty Junkie’s In-Flight Skin-Care Routine

Flying can be a real drag. First, it can be stuffy and a little cramped. Another notable downside? It can do some icky things for your skin. But over many years of being skin-care obsessed, I have developed an extensive routine that not only keeps my flight entertaining, but also ensures that I de-plane looking...
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30
Nov

What Is SPF Sunscreen?

What is SPF Sunscreen? SPF, or Sun Protection Factor,is a measure of how well a sunscreen will protect skin from UVB rays, the kind of radiation that causes sunburn, damages skin, and can contribute to skin cancer. If your skin would normally burn after 10 minutes in the sun, applying an SPF 15 sunscreen would allow...
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30
Nov

Sunscreen Vs. Sunblock, What’s The Difference?

Sunblock? Between the overwhelming choices for sun protection products out there, finding the right product can be challenging. What most consumers don’t know is that there are distinct differences and benefits between sunblock and sunscreen. Here’s the lingo you need to know: The Lingo SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor and is used to estimate...
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30
Nov

What Are The Benefits Of Seaweed For Skin?

To some people, seaweed is the disgusting clumps that wash up on beaches. But to others, it is a culinary delicacy that’s a component of Asian dishes, including wakame, a salad made with seaweed, rice vinegar and soy. Homeopaths and people who seek natural remedies to ailments also use seaweed as part of skin care...
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