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Posted By: ojas sharma on December 13 2022 at 04:56 PM
Whether it is the chills of December or the steam of July, you are well aware that you should slap on some sunscreen like a ritual every……single……day without a miss. Many people assume that you don’t need sunscreen in winter or you only need it on sunny summer days. That’s just not true. The sun’s UV radiation can cause hyperpigmentation, fine lines, and wrinkles regardless of whether it is a summer or winter sun. Even though darker skin has higher levels of melanin and might not have to worry as much about turning pink or facing a serious sunburn but these UV rays can still penetrate your skin and cause skin problems. It is imperative to use a broad-spectrum sunscreen of at least SPF 30 for all skin types and tones because what you may not know is that the drying effect of today is the wrinkles of tomorrow. And yes, the number of sunscreens available in the market is a little overwhelming and we are here to help you out with that. When shopping for sunscreen it is important to look for certain things, it should be gentle, less fragrant, and very importantly clean, because if it’s good for you why should it be bad for the environment right? Here are a few things you should look for in an SPF while buying one. Active Ingredients – Mineral sunscreens will list zinc oxide/titanium oxide only but when it is a chemical sunscreen, it often comes with a “mineral-based sunscreens” tag on it. This simply means that zinc/titanium oxide has been mixed with the chemical substances. Even if the active ingredients are minerals, make sure that the formula is not otherwise loaded with toxic ingredients. Water Resistance – If the term water resistant or waterproof is not mentioned clearly on the label, it is likely to wash off or sweat. Broad-Spectrum – It means that the SPF block both UVA and UVB rays, thus giving your skin the utmost protection and care. Now that we know all the things you should look for in a clean and safe sunscreen, let's see some options. Deconstruct This sunscreen is a gel-based sunscreen with SPF 55+ and PA+++, lightweight formula that absorbs quickly into the skin leaving no white cast. Apart from the chemical filters, it is filled with hydrating agents to provide the necessary hydration to the skin. It protects against photoaging and tanning. Enhances the penetration of actives and also help maintain hydration levels and elasticity of the skin. Just apply it on the face and neck for at least 15 minutes before stepping out in the sun and you’re good to go. Minimalist Minimalist Multi-Vitamin SPF50 PA++++ Sunscreen is just the balance of hydration and sun protection. It is a lightweight formula that doesn’t feel heavy on the skin, and gives skin a natural glow but doesn’t make your face shiny. Loaded with vitamins A, B3, B5, E, and F they not only repair skin after sun exposure but also soothes, nourishes, and hydrates the skin. It is a photostable and acne-safe sunscreen that does not leave any white cast while applying. Just like any other sunscreen apply it on the face and neck at least 15 minutes before stepping out in the sun. Thank You Farmer Talking about sunscreen without a Korean beauty brand? We’re not doing that. Sun Project Silky Calming Sun Stick is a long-lasting powerful sunscreen with a soft finish that protects from strong UV rays while soothing ingredients calm irritations. Since it comes in stick packaging, makes it easy to carry and apply anywhere. This is a water-resistant SPF + and PA++++ sunscreen that gives you a silky yet non-sticky finish. It keeps the skin fresh and hydrated without leaving a white cast even if you reapply it multiple times. Just turn the dial at the bottom, raise the sunscreen to a suitable amount and apply evenly to the face and other parts of the body that require sun protection at least 15 minutes before stepping out in the sun. Foxtale The Cover Up SPF + PA++++ Broad Spectrum Sunscreen comes in two finishes, a matte finish and a dewy finish sunscreen. For people with different skin types and changing climates, one can use both as per the requirement. Specially designed for consumers who prefer a lightweight yet effective sunscreen. With Niacinamide and other powerful vitamins, it protects your skin from UVA+ and UVB rays. Not only this, but it also prevents and reverses free radical damage. Daily use reveals even skin tone, fewer fine lines, and healthier skin. Niacinamide helps to reduce hyperpigmentation and regulates oil production. Sun Scoop While we cover the face it is also important to protect other parts of the body that are exposed to the sun when you head out. The Sun Scoop Fluid Body Sunscreen is just it. With SPF 60 PA+++ and a soft and creamy texture, it glides on the skin effortlessly. This quick-absorbing formula leaves a cooling sensation. Infused with chamomile extract that reduces signs of aging, the aloe vera, and oat milk soothe the skin and protect it from external damage. Having a mineral base with Zinc Oxide, it provides photoprotection from UVA and UVB rays. This sunscreen minimizes skin damage from prolonged sun exposure. After years of research in the beauty industry, it has been established that sunscreen is a non-negotiable, year-round thing. It helps with everything from hyperpigmentation to fine lines to acne and protects skin from sun damage, which can lead to a host of other problems. The UV rays we are exposed to produce free radicals in our skin. These free radicals inhibit collagen production and decrease our elastin which leads to premature aging, wrinkling, brown spots, and sagging. 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Posted By: ojas sharma on December 11 2022 at 04:08 PM
Single-use elastics or SUPs are used once, or for a short period before being thrown away. This is typically used in bottles, bags, and food containers. But what does it have to do with menstrual products? Well, your conventional sanitary pad is about 90% plastic and plastic derivatives, which is equal to almost 4 polythene bags. So, it is now that menstrual products are going under the radar, with disposables often not recognized publicly as a source of single-use elastic. Awareness of sustainability encourages consumers to make a conscious choice while buying products to use in their daily life. Historically, women felt that menstruation was something to be ashamed of, a feeling that is still prevalent in society and popular culture today. And it is this taboo that creates a difficult arena for discussion of more sustainable alternatives. It is also the desire of companies to make a profit that explains why disposables have become more popular than reusables. They have a higher commodity potential than reusables because the consumer has to re-purchase them regularly, whereas a menstrual cup for example can last up to 10 years. Around 1.8 billion people in the world menstruate and an individual uses between 5,000 to 15,000 pads and tampons in a lifetime so, just imagine the waste generated and that too non-sustainable. This can be reduced by choosing alternatives and making a conscious. The Menstrual Cup You’ve probably seen this product many times in the feminine hygiene aisle and had a million questions about it. How do I use it? Does it leak? Would it hurt? So, here is the deal, these cups are typically made of medical-grade silicone and can be folded and inserted into the vaginal canal to collect menstrual blood. And no, it doesn’t usually leak because the cup can hold period blood for a good amount of time. Getting used to a menstrual cup might take a few tries but it doesn’t hurt at all when inserted with the right technique. It is neither absorbent nor capable of causing scratches in the vagina. Everyone is a little nervous about the mess and if it would be difficult to use. But after they try it there is no going back. You don’t have to worry about replacing it or exposing your body to chemicals. Also, the most common misconception, IT DOESN’T GET LOST. The vaginal canal is only about four to six inches long and a menstrual cup isn’t supposed to be inserted deeply as a tampon and which will make it easier to remove. Period Panties Everyone is skeptical when you think about sitting around all day while bleeding all over. But that’s not the case here. These panties are made of super absorbent, super-washable fabric, so you don’t have to worry about leaks or bleeding through them. It’s just a matter of opening your mind. The best part is that you feel completely normal when on your period, there is no foreign object on or in your vagina, no irritation, and no need to worry about pad changes. It’s easy to use as well, just hop them on like your regular underwear when your period starts and make sure to change them every 12 hours. x Sustainable Pads and Tampons Say goodbye to harmful chemicals and fragrances, and hello to clean, organic ingredients. The biodegradable pads and tampons are made only from organic cotton and don’t contain any rayon, plastics, or synthetic fibers that are usually found in these types of products. Ultra-thin pads are made with super absorbent bamboo, while the applicator-free tampons are wrapped in a compostable package and are 100% cotton. Thus, making it a much better option to stay on a sustainable period cycle. It is clear that awareness of the topic should be improved, if taboos associated with menstruation can be tackled, then perhaps there is a chance of reducing the environmental impact that menstrual products have on our world. It won’t just be an easy road but this journey is ours and there is a chance to make a change happen. Here are some kind suggestions to switch from all the nasties. @https://kindlife.in/ultra-thin-rash-free-sanitary-pads-3xl5l4r-with-disposal-cover-12pcs/@https://kindlife.in/peebuddy-disposable-portable-female-urination-device-for-women-20-funnels/@https://kindlife.in/100-pure-us-cotton-ultra-thin-rash-free-and-soft-natural-sanitary-pads-for-women-30-pads/@https://kindlife.in/ultra-soft-moderate-flow-day-sanitary-pads-for-women-pack-of-12-10-l-pads-2-pantyliners/@https://kindlife.in/heavy-flow-tampons-box-of-15-100-cotton-certified-biodegradable/
Posted By: ojas sharma on December 10 2022 at 02:53 PM
Its easy to drool over desserts and crave to eat something savoury but the bitter foods usually get left out. But this might just the place where you learn the importance of including the bitter but better. If you did not know bitter is the most complex taste but also the most important. These types of foods have been shown to aid in digestion, help nutrient absorption, simulate immune function and help give your sweet truth a break. Bitter foods trigger the production of stomach acid, which facilitates a variety of digestive processes. Packed with fiber, they stimulate growth of healthy gut bacteria and can also prevent leaky gut and inflammation in the body. But how do you incorporate bitter foods in your diet? While there are many bitter supplements in the market but whole foods are always the way to go. An easier way to add bitters to your diet is to gradually introduce bitter notes into meals. And to know more about what all bitters you can start off with, we have a list of 7 ingredients. 1. Bitter Gourd A rich source of vitamin C, it helps to fight diseases and heal wounds. They also help to improve vision and help with under eye dark circles. It is extremely bitter in taste when raw. It also helps people with diabetes by lowering their blood sugar levels. Also called as bitter melon, it prevents cell damage caused by free radical and reduces the risk of heart disease. 2. Cocoa Your sweet tooth might not sit well with the taste of a bitter dark chocolate but, it is very healthy because it has high amount of cocoa in it. The bitter taste is due to presence of polyphenol, thus it can widen blood vessels and reduce inflammation. 3. Citrus Fruit Peel We usually enjoy citrus fruits and leave out their peels in the trash but they are equally beneficial for our body. The peels of citrus fruits are bitter a contain a higher concentration of flavonoids than any other part of the fruit. Adding the zest to your food will not only increase the flavour but also enhances health. 4. Green Tea A very popular beverage, green tea is consumed around the world. Also used as way to detox for the skin and body. It offers a variety of health benefits, as a bitter food it helps in weight loss, better digestion, immunity, and improved heart health. In fact, one cup of green tea daily reduces the risk of heart attack by nearly 20%. So, replacing your regular tea or coffee intake with green tea can be really beneficial. 5. Red wine Cold weather, light music, a warm blanket, in front of the fire place, with a glass of red wine…. (Makes the French pinched fingers gesture) but does this mean red wine is healthy? Well, yes, it is! Red wine in moderation is healthy for the heart. It is rich in antioxidants, lowers bad cholesterol in your system, regulates blood sugar levels in diabetic persons, and even reduces the risk of cancer. The pros of drinking red wine in moderation doesn’t end here, it also gives you some added benefits that include treating common cold and keeping a sharp memory. It can also be used as an ingredient in your food or to prepare a red wine sauce to go with your dinner. 6. Cranberries Cranberries are rich in antioxidants and also supports heart health. Eating cranberries on a daily can help lowering blood pressure and improves cholesterol balance. If someone gets UTIs (urinary tract infections) often, adding cranberries to your diet can be really beneficial. Got a sweet tooth, cranberries are your best friends since they prevent cavities by controlling harmful acids in your mouth, also minimizing chances of tooth decay and oral cancer. 7. The Cruciferous Family Rise in popularity of cruciferous vegetable increased recently when its ability to fight cancer were apparent. The family includes vegetables like, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, kale, radish, etc. The nutrient content in these vegetables lower the risk of chronic diseases like diabetes, asthma and Alzheimer’s disease. It can also aid in weight loss, lower your blood pressure, and reduce obesity and diabetes risk factors. Bitter tasting foods have a gazillion health benefits, including protection against cancer, heart disease and diabetes, as well as reduced inflammation and oxidative stress. And since there are plenty of options for bitter foods, it is easy to include at least some in your diet on a day to day basis with modifications.
Posted By: ojas sharma on December 09 2022 at 07:45 PM
‘We are what we eat’ is something you must have heard people quote all the time. Although the context can be changed, it has certainly proved to be true every time. So, when we talk about how our skin acts a lot of it has to do with the diet we have and what we include in it. And what you eat will find its way to your skin and finally to your face. Just like some food which we often refer to as “superfoods” are great for your skin and body and at the same time, other foods can be equally damaging and can have adverse effects like sped-up aging, excessive ache, etc. Eating healthy food not only makes you fit and energized but also gives you smooth and glowing skin. Good foods can have multiple advantages on your skin and ultimately your face too…... It Can Control Moisture Levels Drinking water is one of the healthiest habits one can have for good skin and body. It gives the skin moisture that gets lost due to sweating and other natural processes. It Can Affect Wrinkles Foods with healthy oils and omega-3 fatty acids along with healthy protein can also help in collagen production. Increased collagen production results in healthier skin. It also prevents premature wrinkles and loose skin. It Can Prevent Melanoma Melanoma is a form of skin cancer that can happen due to severe sun damage. Heart healthy diets with fish and leafy green can be protective against melanoma. It Affects Blemishes Acne and other taut and pimples often leave permanent marks that are really to take it off. But it is still best to stay away from sugary and hight-fat food stuff because it can lead to acne. SUPERFOODS TO EAT 1. Olive Oil – The oil has many nutritional benefits, being rich in antioxidants and vitamin content makes it a must for glowing and youthful skin. It slows down the aging process by eliminating free radicals in your body. Including olive oil in your diet also makes for healthy skin and body but direct application of the oil on your skin brings the best use out of it. The best part is that olive oil doesn’t clog pores. 2. Dark Chocolate – If you’re thinking about digging in a bar of a rich and creamy dark chocolate, don’t think twice…. your skin will thank you later. It increases blood flow to the skin and improve skin’s hydration and complexion. Being a powerful source of antioxidants makes it your skin’s bestie. 3. Blueberries – Blueberries are rich in antioxidants and other compounds that have been shown to reduce inflammation and oxidative damage. These symptoms can lead to premature aging, so eating a healthy dose of these yummy berries makes for a smooth and glowing skin. Blueberries are also high in fiber and nutrients that improves the ability of skin to fight inflammation related to acne, psoriasis, and eczema. NOT-SO-SUPER FOODS 1. Sugar – Sugar can be an important element of our diet but in excess it can do more harm than good. Apart from other health issues, sugar can also have unwanted effects on our skin, too. Intake of sugar more than the required levels can increase internal bacteria production leading to acne and clogged pores. A high sugar diet can damage the kind of collagen and make it stiff, dry, and brittle that strips it off of strength and spring. 2. Dairy – Although dairy has been a huge part of the Indian culture, so is it actually as harmful as we think? The thing is that the way dairy affects your health differs in your childhood as opposed to when you are an adult. Cow’s milk often leads to increase in sebum production and in turn causes acne, dermatitis, and skin inflammation. It may also cause digestive and skin problems like hives, inflammation, and redness. 3. Excess caffeine – We all need our morning boost of caffeine to get started for the day, but consuming too much of it can even speed up the aging process. Drinking too much caffeine increases the cortisol levels which would think the skin and cause other skin problems related to aging. Caffeine in excess can also lead to constricted blood vessels, and as a result the blood vessels won’t deliver all the important nutrients and antioxidants to promote collagen production. The bottom line is that your skin goes through changes, it will burst out in zits, it might go through sub burn, it will age, because it is only natural and you can’t control it but what you can control is how frequently or at what level it happens. Does your skin show early signs of aging? Do you get full blown acne on your face? Do you have heavy under eye dark circles? Ask yourself these questions and think about what you put inside your body and how it affects you both, internally and externally. The good part is that what is good for your health is good for your skin which makes it easy for you to keep both in check at the same time. Here are some references for healthy supplements you can take for a healthy skin. @https://kindlife.in/cold-pressed-raw-virgin-olive-oil-1000ml/ @https://kindlife.in/darkins-63-artisanal-dark-chocolate-with-orange-pack-of-2-65-gm-each/ @https://kindlife.in/premium-dried-californian-blueberries-150g/ @https://kindlife.in/rolled-oats-1.2kg-en/ @https://kindlife.in/monofloral-manuka-honey-250gm/
Posted By: ojas sharma on December 07 2022 at 07:45 PM
Day after day the world continues to grow its obsession with Korean beauty secrets and Korean skincare. With this speedy ever growing obsession comes curiosity, today customers want to be aware of what they put in and on their bodies. To give answers to a few of your questions we have explained how these ingredients affect your skin when used in skincare. Korean skincare and beauty cater to a vast audience and with that, we mean that there are different products for different skin types. Anything from acne, puffiness under the eyes, Pigmentation, and more have k beauty products that aid in making skin problems better. Natural ingredients like Snail Mucin and Ginseng etc. Dominate the Korean market. So the next time you shop for Korean skincare has an eye out for these ingredients. 1. Snail Mucin For some people, it might be a little weird at first but snail mucin but it’s qualities make it a very important ingredient in Korean skincare. This is secreted when the snail moves and leaves behind a slimy, watery sludge that is used in a variety of skincare products. It has multiple benefits, it hydrates the skin, promotes new skin growth, and healing irritation. It also promotes collagen production and locks in moisture content especially useful in the winter when the skin gets dry and flaky. Packed with ingredients like hyaluronic acid, glycoprotein, other microbial and copper peptides, and more, regular use of which can give you the much sought-after ‘dolphin skin’ glow. 2. Centella Asiatica Something that has been used for medicinal purposes is also beneficial when used in Skincare to ensure deep hydration. It also strengthens the skin barrier and soothes irritation. Slows signs of aging repairs skin cells, and heals acne and blemishes. 3. Birch Juice Birch juice extracted from the sap of Birch trees is rich in nutrients that are good for sensitive skin and help soothe skin irritation. It is a go-to ingredient in Korean skincare. Just like a fresh glass of coconut water, it can quench your skin’s thirst. It also detoxifies the skin and helps reduce inflammation. For smooth skin and a dewy glow like no other. 4. Ginseng Typically used in its dried form, ginseng is a plant with fleshy roots traditionally used in making medicines to treat wounds, sores, and other skin conditions. This ingredient in skincare helps in maintaining skin elasticity, balancing oil production, and rejuvenating cells. Liquorice Root is capable of breathing new life into tired and wrinkled skin and also fades Pigmentation. 5. Liquorice Root A K-beauty ingredient that is quite common in the UV protection skincare range. It assists with hyperpigmentation and keeps the skin hydrated. It can be considered as a replacement for the chemical sunscreens although it might be a little harsh for people with sensitive skin. The extract has anti-inflammatory properties that reduces puffiness and redness. It even fights signs of aging and treats acne. For your convinience we have listed some k beauty skincare products so make sure to check it out. @https://kindlife.in/kbeauty-snail-mucin/ @https://kindlife.in/ginseng/ @https://kindlife.in/green-tea-en/ @https://kindlife.in/index.php?dispatch=products.search&features_hash=19-10438-30237-29486-27936-23113&match=all&pcode_from_q=Y&pfull=Y&pkeywords=Y&pname=Y&pshort=Y&q=Rice+Water&search_performed=Y @https://kindlife.in/index.php?dispatch=products.search&features_hash=19-24527-10451-24745-10438-19663-30237-10452-28763-19589-19610-24552&match=all&pcode_from_q=Y&pfull=Y&pkeywords=Y&pname=Y&pshort=Y&q=centella+asiatica&search_performed=Y
Posted By: ojas sharma on December 07 2022 at 09:03 AM
As warm and cuddly winters can be, they can be equally brutle on our skin and if you’re somone with dry skin? A nightmare. With this dry, flaky skin you need to have more and more hydration that stays intact. Although face scubs, cleansers, toners, and moisturiserscan help to keep your skin healthy but face masks are also essential to nourish your face. If you’re a fan of natural, clean ingredients that are kind to your skin in this harsh weather then this is for you. 1. Coffee Mask Coffee being an excellent exfoliator brightens the sull and dry skin skin, and increases blood flow. Mixed with other indregients it works like magic and provides the ultimate for your dull and flaky skin. Indregients • 1 tbsp coffee grounds • Cocoa powder • Honey • Milk Mix all the ingredients together in a paste. Aplly the mask to your face using hands or a brush applicator. Let this sit for 20 mins and then wash off with water. You can use this mask once a week. 2. Rice Flour Mask Rice flour has anti-inflamatory properties, that helps sooth sunburns. Other ingredients like oatmeal and honer are natural cleansers and nourish the skin deeply. Ingredients • 1 tbsp rice flour • 1 tbsp oatmeal • Honey Mix all the ingredients and apply on face and neck. Rinse off after 20 minutes. This maks can be applied once in a week. 3. Banan Honey Face Mask Banana acts as a moisturizer for the skin and so does honey and can work wonders in hydrating your skin. Ingredients • 1 ripe banana • 2 tbsp honey Mash the banana and mix the honey well to make a fine paste. Apply the pack on your face and massage well. Leave it for a few minutes and then wash off with luke warm water. 4. Coconut oil and Shea Butter Coconut oil and shea butter are known to hydrate by penetrating deep into your skin. Coconut oil evens out the skin tone and the shea butter makes it more elastic. Ingredients • 1 tbsp shea butter • 1 tbsp coconut butter Mix both the ingredients well and apply on your face and massage gently. Let your skin drench in the oils for a good 15 to 20 minutes and then wash off. 5. Orange is the New Black! This mask has orange peel powder and aloe vera in it. The orange peel powder is full of Vitamin C and citric acid, both of which help in brightening the skin. Aloe vera is hydrating and has anti-inflamatory. Ingredients • 1 tbsp orange peel powder • 2 tbsp aloe vera gel • ½ tsp cucumber juice (optional) Mix all the ingredients and make a tick paste. After 10 to 15 mins wash off and let it air dry or pat gently on your skin. 6. Avocado and Honey Spell hydration with honey and avocado in the same mask. With two of the most nourishing ingredients this mask also gives your skin a dewy glow. Avocado has anti-oxidents that not only prevents aging but also give intense hydration 7. Honey-Epsom Salt Face Mask Commonly known as ‘sendha namak’ in hindi is an excellent exfoliator, flushes out the toxins and also helps with inflammaton. And honey as we know by now is a great hydrator. The combination of the two gets you a face mask that fights against dry, flaky and dull skin. Ingredients • 2 tbsp Epsom salt • 2 tbsp of honey Mix the two ingredients well into a paste and apply it to your face. Massage your face and let the mixture sit for 15 to 20 minutes then rinse off with lukewarm water. And voila! Just like that you have 7 DIY masks you can choose from to get that warm glow in this freezing time of the month. Follow these quick and easy to make masks and don’t let the chills haunt your skin.
Posted By: ojas sharma on December 05 2022 at 02:35 PM
Hair care is most important aspect of self-care and hygiene for both men and women. And mere washing of hair doesn’t mean you’ve done it right. It also involves proper grooming and making sure you are using the right products. When it comes to hair care, hair mask is a term that continuously pops up. But are they really worth the hype or just a gimmick? A hair mask is a deep conditioning treatment for your hair. And most people sought to a hair mask only when hair is extremely damaged. There are several types of hair masks available, but all offer different benefits so it is important to pick one as per one’s needs. People with various hair concerns typically dryness and damaged hair should opt for a hair mask. Here are a few things you should know about hair masks. 1. What’s my type? Once you decide to get a hair mask, you should know what your hair needs and select a mask that caters to those needs. For women who have limp hair, they should focus on hair masks that will provide their hair with protein. Women who have oily hair should avoid using hair masks unless they have dry, damaged ends. In that case, they should focus on just using the mask on the ends of their hair. 2. Does not repair split ends Unfortunately, hair masks can not treat split ends. The only way to get rid of split ends is a hair trim. But what it can do is act as a band aid, and strengthens the bond in the hair. After getting a haircut, the continued use of a hair mask can go a long way towards preventing split ends in the future. 3. Helps fight dandruff While dandruff is not harmful, it can be embarrassing and difficult to get rid of. Usually, natural homemade masks are the best for reducing dandruff. The natural oils moisturize your hair and can help with the problem. So, a healthy scalp may be the key to a longer, stronger hair, it’s worth getting started on this journey. 4. Prevent hair dye from fading Coloring hair in itself puts a lot of stress on our hair’s strength. Chose a hair mask that is specifically designed for color treated hair and it can even prevent your hair color from fading. This hair mask not only prevents fading but also locks in the moisture and shine. 5. Not too much but maybe just enough When it comes to hair masks, a little goes a long way. More mask does not translate to better result, the instructions for application should be followed in regards to the time and quantity. In fact, excess hair mask will not even absorb in your hair and you’ll be wasting the product. If you suffer from dry, brittle hair and conditioner doesn’t seem to be adding enough moisture, a hair mask may just do the trick. Sometimes conditioners do the needful but when it comes to moisturizing conditioners fall short. They contain rich ingredients such as natural oils and lipids, in heavier concentrations than normal conditioners. You leave a hair mask in for an extended period of time, three minutes to overnight. By adding a hair mask to your haircare routine, you are ensuring that you are repairing and protecting your hair from daily abuse. Whether it is the winds of winter or the rays of summer, your hair always needs some tender loving care. @https://kindlife.in/5-oil-hibiscus-fresh-hair-mask-nutrimask-pack-of-3/ @https://kindlife.in/damage-repair-hair-mask-250gm/ @https://kindlife.in/kinky-berries-moisturizing-and-strengthening-hair-mask-50gm/ @https://kindlife.in/deep-treatment-hair-masque-237ml/ @https://kindlife.in/protein-powered-deep-conditioning-mask-with-amla-quinoa-avocado-oil-and-brown-algae-extract-for-curly-and-wavy-hair-150gm/
Posted By: ojas sharma on December 03 2022 at 11:08 PM
Imagine plump pouts, and shiny, taut skin without the word “collagen” popping up? We say not possible. Collagen has unique properties that can’t be found in other protein sources, which is why I add it into my routine. Collagen is something your body already makes a lot of. The most ample protein in the body is not only responsible for the “bounce-back” quality of our skin that makes us appear youthful and vibrant, but it also strengthens our bones, ligaments, and tendons and makes up parts of vital organs throughout the gut and digestive system. But, unfortunately many people lack the complete knowledge on how to use it and how it works which results in myths. Superfan or sceptic, the best results come from being fully informed. 1. Not everything that glitters is gold Just like that not every collagen is the same. There are different types of collagen with three basic categories. Type 1 – This type makes up for 90% of our body’s collagen. It helps to manage fine lines and wrinkles. Type 2 – This type is found in elastic cartilage, which provides joints support. Type 3 – This type is found intestines, bowels, uterus, and bone marrow. It’s important for the early stages of wound healing. Thus, the different sources we consume collagen from have different amounts of each type. So, it may be best to know which type and source suits your needs best. 2. Collagen creams increase skin elasticity and firmness Collagen creams do help in increasing firmness of the skin but only to an extent because collagen molecules are too large to penetrate the epidermis to enrich the skin. For naturally younger looking skin, it is essential to supplement your diet with collagen builders. One of the reasons winter skin feels itchy is because it loses the elasticity and collagen also improves our skin’s ability to rebound and reduces sagging. 3. It is impossible to restore lost collagen This is not true because our body never stops producing collagen only the amount of production reduces. Specially when winter dries the skin, collagen can actually increase skin water retention. The production of collagen needs to be improved by consuming active ingredients and food items that can aid collagen production. 4. Too young to see the results A little tricky but it still is a myth. Before 20 there is not really a need for collagen supplements because our body is at it’s peak of producing collagen. But it is believed that we lose 1% of our collagen every year once we hit our twenties. Also everyone ages at different paces, depending on genetics, diets, smoking habits, UV exposure, and more. Nonetheless collagen benefits can be seen from late twenties. The bottom line is that in the winter, your skin needs all the help it can get. By making just 8-12 grams of collagen per day part of your routine, you can vastly improve your skin plus boost immune, cardiovascular, and digestive health. Collagen has unique properties that can’t be found in other protein sources, which is why we should add it to our routine. It is good to start your day with collagen vibes and a smoothie is the best way to go. In order to maintain healthy levels of collagen in the body and there by radiant and youthful skin it is important to ensure that you supplement your body with external sources of collagen builders. Some collagen boosting supplements are listed below for convenience. @https://kindlife.in/pure-korean-marine-collagen-peptides-unflavored-200g/ @https://kindlife.in/marine-collagen-skin-protein-240-gm/ @https://kindlife.in/jaw-dropping-skin-gummies-with-vitamin-c-and-collagen-60-gummies-150gm/ @https://kindlife.in/olena-plant-based-collagen-watermelon-600-gm-pack-of-3/ @https://kindlife.in/advanced-marine-collagen-proteins-blueberry-350-gm/
Posted By: ojas sharma on December 01 2022 at 09:52 PM
Have you ever noticed just like fashion trends your skin also changes with seasons? As the days start to get shorter and the weather finally becomes brisker, you may seem to notice some not-so-fun changes in your skin. Cold air, dry indoor heat, low humidity levels, and harsh wind can all zap your skin of moisture. No wonder our skin ends up dry, flaky, and itchy. Clueless about what ingredients can help you escape from winter’s dry, cold air? Here are some of the ingredients that will win you this war against winter skin woes. So make them your cuddle buddies this season and include at least one ingredient out of the 5 listed. 1. 1. Aloe Vera One of the most common yet most soothing of them all is aloe vera. The simple ingredient contains Vitamin C, E, and beta-carotene, which not only helps in nourishing the skin but also aids in anti-aging. This juicy, slimy stuff packed inside those plush leaves is absolute magic for acne scars and scabs and can be used to soothe and calm angry, irritated winter skin. 2. 2. Niacinamide This ingredient works to minimize redness, pore appearance, breakouts, and fine lines too. It boosts your skin hydration levels, protects ceramides, repairs a damaged skin barrier, treats inflammation from acne. What makes it one of our top 5? This ingredient works well with all other ingredients and products in your skincare routine. 3. 3. Glycerine If your skin tends to get really dry and flaky during the winters, then glycerine infused products should be right up your alley. The cherry on top is that it is oil-free and non-comedogenic, no clogged pores so say bye, bye to acne. It not only moisturises the skin but also helps to retain the moisture. 4. 4. Squalane When the clock of seasons strikes the icy months, facial oils are your bestie. In summer, what feels like a thick grease now helps you hydrate and moisturized. Although being an oil does not mean that it clogs pores thus, prevents acne. Not only this, squalene has anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties that help reduce swelling and improves skin elasticity. It is one of the best skincare ingredients for winters and is suitable for all skin types. 1. 5. Centella Asiatica An ingredient that has gained popularity in the skincare industry is one of the best ingredients for soothing skin and to calm redness. Not only that, but it soothes, hydrates, and protects the skin barrier from damage. In addition to this it also Improves Blood circulation and synthesis of collagen for maintaining a youthful complexion. We know how harsh these colder months can be for our skin but with the help of some ingredients as above and self-indulgence with what your skin demands, you can have soft and radiant skin all winter long. All you need is a little extra TLC! Listed are products that will help you get through the winter season. @https://kindlife.in/jeju-aloe-fresh-soothing-gel-300ml/ @https://kindlife.in/pulp-off-duty-cleansing-balm-88-gm/ @https://kindlife.in/15-vitamin-c-face-serum-with-mandarin-20-ml/ @https://kindlife.in/invisible-sunscreen-cream-spf-40-45gm/ @https://kindlife.in/hyaluronic-acid-lightweight-gel-cream-with-ceramides-50-ml/
Posted By: ojas sharma on July 28 2022 at 04:50 PM
Even in this day and age where women maintain a balance between their personal and professional lives, intimate hygiene is still a taboo subject. It is crucial for women and teenagers to be educated on the importance of keeping their intimate areas clean and infection-free. Improper care of the vagina can cause infections like “vulvovaginitis,” a bacterial infection. Did you know that the vagina is self-cleaning? Yes, the vagina can clean itself naturally by making mucous and washing away the blood, semen, and vaginal discharge. This prevents the growth of any bad bacteria that can cause infection. Although the vagina is self-cleansing, using harsh cleansers or regular body washes might irritate the area, leading to itching, dryness, rashes, razor bumps, etc. Treat it the Kind way. A few tips should be followed along with regular care and a daily shower routine to keep the intimate area clean, fresh, and infection-free. 1. Keep it clean Using a regular soap or a fancy body wash may be ideal for the rest of your body, but not your privates. These products may be designed to give you enhanced bathing experiences, but having sensitive skin can result in dryness, ich, or a shift in the pH levels of the intimate area. Also, over-cleaning might irritate sensitive skin, so using intimate washes with natural sources and a balanced pH level (3.5- 4.5) can be the way to go. Consult a doctor before using intimate washes, wipes, sprays, etc. 2. Comfort over everything We know the urge to buy and wear that cute satin underwear for fashion, but it might not help you in this hot weather. Materials like cotton are considered ideal since they keep us cool and dry. Cotton as a breathable fabric lessens the chances of infections and unhealthy bacteria growth. Changing frequently in and out of clothes is a trend, especially in summer when clothes get all sweaty and smelly. But your underwear needs more regular changing than the rest of your clothes. Sweaty clothes, especially close to your vagina, can invite infections. 3. Eating Healthy Your body is a reflection of what you put in it. The functioning of your intimates also depends on what you eat. Unhealthy meals can also disrupt the self-cleaning cycle of your vagina. Drinking enough water and eating healthy helps in regular functioning and reduces infection risk. Nutritious meals, which include citrus foods like oranges, and lemons with a side of green veggies, can help keep the intimates healthy. 4. Public Restrooms Public restrooms are used by countless people every day, so it is hard to find Monica clean all the time. So, we should always be aware of that fact while going to the loo. Portable disinfectants can be used to ensure proper hygiene and avoid any potential infections. 5. That time of the month We all wish to feel clean, fresh, and above all, odourless during our periods. It is essential to regularly change our pads and tampons within a strict period of four to five hours. Do not use scented products to feel fresh as they can prevent or interrupt the reproductive tracts from cleaning the vaginal area on their own and potentially irritate the skin. Also, cleaning the vagina from the inside can increase the chances of cervical cancer. So, warm water and a mild soap or a doctor-recommended intimate wash are sufficient to feel fresh. Just as regular check-ups your body might need, it is crucial to be aware of the changes your body might be going through, physically and internally (hormonal changes), which lead to changes in the menstrual cycle and or vaginal discharge. In such cases, it is crucial to consult the doctor. Intimate hygiene is an important subject that everyone should discuss and introduce. It is important to make it a part of our daily hygiene routine and follow it religiously. Although the availability of certain intimate care products in the market has made it easy to follow up with the intimate hygiene routine, it is important to consult a doctor before using any new products.
Posted By: ojas sharma on July 22 2022 at 03:45 PM
At any given time, about 10% of the women suffer from PCOD (Polycystic Ovarian Disorder), and every one in 10 women suffers from PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) too. The most common misconception is that PCOD and PCOS are the same disorder. But did you know that PCOD is a disease and PCOS is a syndrome? Read on to get more clarity on the same. What exactly is PCOD? PCOD (Polycystic Ovarian Disorder) is a medical condition that occurs in females due to hormone imbalance. It happens due to an increased number of immature eggs in the ovaries, and cysts start to form. This results in a release of large amounts of male hormones, leading to many discomforts in and out of the body like Irregular periods, hair loss, weight gain, and excessive unwanted hair growth on the face and neck. Now, what is PCOS, then? PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) is a metabolic disorder. As a result, higher amounts of male hormones are produced, due to which the ovulation cycle gets disturbed. Cysts start to form in the ovary and require proper medical attention. PCOS conditions eventually cause fertility problems in childbearing women. It’s becoming a common medical condition in India, mainly due to these three factors: Excess Insulin Production Genetic Make-Up Low-Grade Inflammation Still can’t see the difference? We got you. PCOD is a common disorder, whereas PCOS is a severe medical condition requiring medical attention or even surgical treatments. The major difference is that PCOD doesn’t affect fertility in women, and with little help, they can complete pregnancy, but PCOS seriously affects fertility. In the case of PCOS, it is hard to get pregnant, and even if they do get pregnant, there is a risk of miscarriage, premature birth or other complications. PCOD doesn’t have any severe complications; however, PCOS has serious complications like the risk of endometrial cancer, infertility, high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes. What causes PCOD and PCOS? In some females, these symptoms start to show from their first periods, and some realise after gaining a lot of weight in a short period. Although there are no certain causes as to why PCOD or PCOS occurs but these three are considered to be the contributing factors, and they include: Genetic Make-Up – a certain genetic relation has been found in women with PCOS. Low-Grade Inflammation – Low-grade inflammation in the body releases high levels of androgen levels, leading to acne, excess hair growth on the face, neck and body or even heart problems. Excess Insulin Production – increased levels of insulin production might increase the levels of androgen production that causes difficulty with ovulation. Know early on The symptoms of PCOD problems are relatively less complicated and can be treated with a little help with medication and some lifestyle changes. These symptoms include: Heavy bleeding during periods Irregular periods Abnormal weight gain The Symptoms of PCOS can be helped but cannot be cured completely. These are: Missed Periods Acne on face and body Weight gain Cysts in ovaries Hair loss Infertility PCOD or PCOS, most people don’t even know the meaning of these two terms. This has led to many myths around the topic, being something still considered taboo, especially in India. But it is essential for us to get checked for PCOS and PCOS from time to time. It is a disorder that can be developed in the future. The earlier the diagnosis, the easier it will be to keep things under control.