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Monthly Archives: January 2017

It’s about Sun Protection

The skin has a defence mechanism against sun-damage, in the form of melanin. The production of melanin is accelerated on sun-exposure. However, we have seen that this defence is not enough. That is why protection of the skin, with ingredients that block the sun’s radiation damage, is so essential. These sun-block agents are incorporated into ‘sunscreens’.

Avoidance of the sun, specially at midday and in the afternoon, when ultraviolet radiation is at its height, can help to reduce the harmful effects. It is also essential to know that ultraviolet radiation is greater near water bodies, like the seaside and where there is snow. Snow, water and even sand reflect the ultraviolet reays and thus increase their rffect.

Exposure to the sun also causes moisture depletion and dries out the skin. Therefore, it is essential to step-up moisturisation, when you have been out of doors for a long time. The use of rehydrant cleansers, which contains aloe vera, can also help to control moisture loss. Aloe vera, like sandalwood, also helps to soothe and heal the skin.

When you are swimming in the sea, or in an open-air pool, remember to apply sunscreen before and after your swim.

Protect yourself with a parasol whenever you are out in the sun.

Some Advantages from Organic Baby Oil

For Hair

Baby oil can be used for the purpose of making the hair silky and smooth. It is quite thicker than the normal oils that they may put on the hair. Hence avoid using much this product on the hair. This kind of treatment can be done fortnightly. One must warm it first and massage it on the scalp and the shafts of the hair. Then cover the head with a shower cap. Leave it over the night. The next day wash the hair. Alternately using hot and cold water helps in removing much of the oil and helps in keeping as much oil as the hair needs.

For Skin

Organic baby oil has been found to be helpful in keeping the skin healthy and also give a protective shield to it. In cold climate, the skin starts to feel numb and can crack too. Applying baby oil then is a good idea. It gives a layer of heat insulation and hence the skin is not much affected. Baby oil has also been found to be helpful in healing cracks. One can apply it and wear socks. This will help in making the skin smooth. Sometimes people develop dry skin under the eyes. Then applying baby oil is a good way of keeping the skin protected. One can also use baby oil for removing the makeup. After shaving, one can use them to stop irritation. One can also use it to get rid of stretch marks.

To Treat Acne

Many people think that using baby oil on acne will further make it worse. But the truth is baby oil do not clog the skin pores. It can be applied directly on the spot of the acne and that can be cured too. One can also use it in homemade acne items.

To Reduce Tanning

One can use 2% iodine in baby oil and use them to reduce tanning. Iodine on skin must not be used regularly. Hence using this combination once in a while will be a good way of getting rid of the tan on your skin.

Eyebrow Pencil

The eyebrow pencil is the best brow filler. First, you have to choose the right color. Brown and black eyebrow pen are pretty common, but others are a bit bolder and go for more colorful once. After choosing the right color, you can now start with filling out gaps on your eyebrow. You should concentrate on the arch for a more defined look. You also need to remember that monobrows are sisters, not twins. They don’t need to be identical. You must remember that if you found out that your brows are not of the same height you have to use a brow pencil to add hair to the top of the lower brow, instead of trying to even them out by plucking the hair of the higher one. You can visit some sites for eyebrow filler tutorials.

Lastly, the most important things it is used to draw you eyebrows. You have to sharpen your pen for a finer stroke. In a light, upward strokes you need to draw little fake hairs on top of the shaded brow you already drew. This will give a 3-D effect and make your brows look to make it more realistic.

All about Face Bleaching

Do your research – The first step is knowing your skin type. Before you consider face bleaching, ensure you know your skin type as not every skin is same. Some tend to have dry, a combination of dry and oily, oily and so on. Other than this, also know the chemicals used to get a better understanding of the bleaching. One of the finest ways to know whether bleaching is suitable for you skin is by doing a patch test. If you experience itchiness and rashes, then stay away from it. It clearly shows your skin is sensitive.

Follow the instructions written-You are highly advised to follow the instructions before you start bleaching your face. Ensure you mix the right amount of the bleach as written. Do not make any assumptions and do not leave it on your face longer than the time mentioned. Doing so can lead to adverse reactions.

Do not overdo it-A lot of people have the habit of applying a little more than said only to regret later. Ensure you need to use it sparingly. You should use it once a month as your skin needs some time to recovery.

Be safe – Once you are done with bleaching ensure you minimise the sun contact. Professionals offering face care services often recommend their clients to stay away from direct sun rays as they tend to react with the chemicals. This further leads to redness and even rashes. Other than this, ensure you apply the bleach on the face itself and not close to the eyes and around the areas of the ears. Ensure you apply the mixture evenly.

After bleaching – It is highly advised not to apply anything once you are done with bleaching. Other than this, do not wash your face with hot or lukewarm water for at least 6-8 hours.

Aftercare-To ensure the bleaching results are visible it is wise to use an SPF 15-30 sunscreen.

If you are bleaching for the first time, you can even seek expert help offering facial services at the doorstep. The beauticians will be able to explain your skin type and provide bleaching solutions accordingly.