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Dandruff happens because the top layer of the skin is constantly being shed and renewed. For common dandruff and itchy scalp, a routine haircare such as regular washing of your scalp, conditioning your hair, can have you relieve your problem, maintaining healthy hair and scalp, keeping your dandruff woes under control. Severe Dandruff & Itchy [...]
Knowing and Understanding Your Skin Type Knowing and understanding your skin type helps you choose the right skincare products for a healthy and radiant skin. Let's get started. Normal skin Your skin looks healthy, and smooth, without blemishes, spots, or acne. It is generally problem-free. Choose a light facial cleanser for daily wash, and a scrub to remove [...]
If all you have is not more than ten minutes a day to freshen up before the day gets busy, all you have to do for your basic facial skincare regime are these three things: Cleanse Cleansing your face daily is the first and most essential step, which also forms the foundation of any good grooming routine. [...]
There are many factors that can cause lines and wrinkles to appear; age,stress, insufficient rest, an unhealthy diet, dehydration, pollution or even harsh weather. In fact, dry skin ages quickly, which results in the accelerated appearance of wrinkles. Not to mention, the eyes are particularly vulnerable to premature ageing. This is because the skin in [...]
Too many late nights? Constant fatigue and stress can cause strain on the delicate skin around your eyes. This results in the blood vessels becoming visible under your eyes. Use the following eye gel that gives visible results to remove dark circles, making eyes look sharp all day.
This is normally due to fluid retention and looks worse first thing in the morning. Use an eye gel to reduce the puffiness and firm the skin. Apply a little gel onto fingertips and massage lightly out from the bridge of the nose to the temples. (Do not drag the skin as it is a very [...]
Hair Loss Heredity, health, diet, nutrition and certain medication can contribute to hair loss. However, the two main causes of hair loss are the active presence of the hormone DHT (5-alph-hydrotestosterone) in hair producing cells, and a loss of blood flow to the hair scalp. Look for products with active ingredients such as [...]
Shaving rash is normally caused by friction as the razor passes over the skin. It can be further irritated by a harsh shaving medium especially if the skin is sensitive. To avoid shaving rash use a shaving product for sensitive skin that has extra lubrication. Make sure the face is [...]
Spots/acne are usually more common in teenagers but can carry on well into adulthood. Spots begin as tiny blackheads that come into contact with bacteria and become infected. Apply an acne cream before it gets worse. Regular cleansing can help to prevent spots/acne from forming.
Blackheads are small plugs of oil (sebum) that are lodged in the pore, and turn black. They are more common on the nose, chin and forehead, but can appear anywhere. They can be kept under control by thorough cleansing twice daily and exfoliating followed by a cleansing mask at least twice a week.