Sensitive Skin

Sensitive  skin needs more care than other types of skins. Sensitive skin may be annoying and embarrassing for people who have this type of skin. If you have this kind of skin you have to be careful when you are going to buy perfumes, lotions, creams, powders and lipsticks because these products can harm your sensitive skin. On the other hand environment irritant and many skins care products also put worse effect on your sensitive skin. Little bit change in weather, environment... Read More

Treatment of Drak Neck At Home

Patches of dark skin around our neck may make us feel like covering up our neck even in the warmer season. One of the main reasons of dark neck is that we always ignore our neck while washing our face. When we look the celebrities, their neck is like white pearls. Sticky dirt is also the one of the main reasons of dark neck; even we do a lot of cleaning and scrubbing. These dark skin patches are also caused by hormonal imbalances, eczema or sun exposure. Our neck has many folds... Read More

Homemade Facials For Bright and Healthy Skin

Following are some effective home-made facials. You can try these cheap tricks to make your skin refreshing once again in such hot and humid weather. Ice Facial You’ll find that many of the DIY facials on this list come in different versions like this ice facial for instance. There are many variations of this facial as well as most of the other facials on this list so don’t be afraid to experiment! This particular facial is super duper easy where you only need one ingredient... Read More

Summer Beauty Secrets

Its alomst the start of summers. It will be at its swing in few days. Save yourself from the sorching heat of sun as much as you can , because it the worst enemy of your skin. Its just impossible to avoid going out. Best is to never forget applying sunscreen and wear sun glasses to protect your eyes. Reapply sunscreen after every 3 hours. Here the some beauty secrets for your summer routine to look perfect even in a hot and humid season.. Tips for Summer Skin Feel the Burn To... Read More

The Best Foods for Your Skin

What you put on your plate can impact your skin as much as any cream, read on and find out what all is necessary: Tomatoes Lycopene is best absorbed by the body when it has been cooked or processed, so eating tomato sauce, tomato paste, and ketchup is likely to be more effective than just eating raw tomatoes when trying to safeguard your skin against harmful UV rays. Definitely one of your skin’s best defenses, tomatoes contain a powerful antioxidant called lycopene. While... Read More

Homemade Acne Facial Cleansers

There’s no need to spend a fortune on your skin care products when you have these super-useful homemade acne facial cleansers that work miraculously when in need of a solution for your skin dilemma. Opt for similar organic remedies to make sure you won’t worsen the condition of your complexion. Facials indeed are some of the most common remedies to get rid of pimples and blackheads. However another important phase of skin care is cleansing a step that allows you to... Read More

FEW BAD SKIN HABITS THAT YOU NEED TO STOP

There are so many reasons to protect your skin, but many of us are stuck engaging in some pretty bad habits, which actually cause a lot of damage to our skin. I can’t force anyone to break their bad habits, but I can share some ways to break these bad skin habits and leave you with healthy beautiful skin. Here are just a few… 1. NOT EXFOLIATING YOUR SKIN Exfoliation is the process of scrubbing off dead skin cells to reveal and expose “younger” fresher skin. Not exfoliating... Read More

Natural body moisturizer

Tip description / details: After a bath or shower (esp. with a scrub), apply the following while the skin is still damp. Ingredients: almond oil, advocado oil, vitamin E oil, sunflower oil, glycerin, aloe How to prepare: To a small bottle of glycerin, add one eye dropper of each of the following: almond oil, advocado oil, one capsule of Vitamin E (from your vitamin bottle) some aloe formula, either prepared at home or available at drug stores, and sunflower oil (or alternatively... Read More