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Posted By: Shrabana Manna on March 26 2022 at 10:06 PM
Dry scalp can be caused by a variety of factors, the most common of which are a reaction to changing weather or a harsh chemical in hair care products. It could be something as easy as not drinking enough water or not washing your hair on a regular basis, or it could be a medical problem like eczema or psoriasis. Whatever the cause, we've put up a list of at-home treatments for dry scalp that you can try. 1. Coconut oilCoconut oil has long been utilised for its skin-healing properties, and it's no different for dry scalp. It moisturises the scalp and has antifungal and antibacterial qualities that can help prevent infections. It can even aid in the treatment of atopic dermatitis.2. Tea tree essential oilTea tree oil has antibacterial, antifungal, and antibiotic characteristics that can help with dry scalp complaints. It's why you'll find tea tree oil in a lot of anti-dandruff shampoos.3. Aloe veraAloe vera offers a variety of characteristics that can aid in the treatment of dry scalp. It has anti-inflammatory effects that can help relieve skin irritation, as well as being a good moisturiser.4. Vinegar of apple ciderApple cider vinegar provides a number of health benefits, including the ability to alleviate the symptoms of dry scalp. It's an antibiotic, which means it can kill germs and fungus that are causing the itching. It's also anti-inflammatory and exfoliating, both of which can aid in the treatment of dry scalp.5. Olive oil and baking sodaBaking soda has antifungal and antibacterial qualities, and olive oil is hydrating. When you use the two together, your scalp will be exfoliated. If you have dandruff and a dry scalp, the baking soda and olive oil combo is a wonderful choice because the hydration, exfoliation, and antifungal characteristics work together to treat the itchy white flakes.6. Bananas mashedBananas are nutritious and hydrating, making them an excellent therapy for dandruff and dry scalp. They're a natural antibacterial as well as hydrating, and the two properties together can help clear up your dry scalp. (They're also wonderful.)7. Egg and yoghurtDespite the fact that this may sound like a brunch gone awry, yoghurt and eggs both have benefits that can help with dry scalp. The fat and protein content of eggs can nourish and protect the scalp by preventing free radical damage at the cellular level, while yoghurt soothes and exfoliates the skin, while eggs' fat and protein content can nourish and protect the scalp by preventing free radical damage at the cellular level.8. Oil of jojobaJojoba oil, like coconut oil, is an excellent moisturiser that may immediately treat dry scalp. It also has anti-inflammatory qualities that may help with scalp skin issues.9. AvocadosAvocados are high in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, which hydrate and protect your skin. To relieve dry scalp, eat avocados (they're wonderful!) and use avocado or avocado oil topically. The use of these home treatments to treat dry scalp is generally regarded as safe and risk-free. To avoid an adverse reaction, conduct a test patch on the inside of your wrist before using any new product, especially essential oils.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on March 13 2022 at 10:22 PM
Wavy hair is distinct in that it bends, coils, and turns in an 'S' pattern. The hair becomes delicate and frail as a result of the bends and twists. Curly hair also makes it more difficult for natural oils produced by the scalp to circulate through the hair strands, making it drier than straight hair. As a result, some women feel their wavy hair unappealing simply because they are unaware of how to properly care for it.To keep their natural hair looking attractive, women with naturally wavy hair need more effort and unique techniques. If you're one of these lucky wavy-haired ladies, it's time to appreciate your hair's originality and beauty.Here are some tips for keeping your natural hair looking young and fresh:❥ Use the Right Products —Use a minimal bit of shampoo, concentrate on the scalp, and don't shampoo too frequently. Shampooing once or twice a week, depending on how dry or greasy your hair is, is adequate to cleanse it while leaving the natural waves in place. To decrease frizz, look for alcohol and sulfate-free products, and if your hair is excessively dry, skip the shampoo and opt for co-washing instead. It's also crucial to select the proper conditioner for your hair type. When you wash your hair, apply conditioner from the middle to the ends of the strands. Organic wavy to curly hair treatments can work wonders for your wavy hair. ❥ Rinse your hair with cold water — As relaxing as bathing in hot water is, it's not healthy for your wavy locks. To work successfully, use warm water for shampoos and conditioners, but always conclude with a cold-water rinse. It's crucial to close the hair cuticles to keep the conditioner's moisture in. If cold water is an issue, a cup of apple cider vinegar mixed with 1 litre of water can be just as effective in removing dandruff and product build-up from the scalp. ❥ Avoid using a hair dryer- If at all possible avoid using hair dryer, since the heat from the dryer can damage the hair and disrupt the wave patterns. If you must use the dryer, make sure to apply a heat protector, set the machine to low heat, and use a diffuser. ❥ Use the proper comb - Using the wrong comb can lead to hair damage, especially if it is used regularly. To disentangle hair strands, open your fingers and slide them through the hair, then eliminate knots using a wide-toothed comb. Starting at the ends and working your way up to the roots is the best technique to comb your wavy hair. To avoid breakages and retain the wave pattern, avoid brushing your hair and make sure it's completely dry while combing. ❥ Keep heat styling to a minimum - Using a curling iron or straightening tool on your natural hair will damage it and cause frizz. Allowing the hair to air dry improves the health of the hair and brings out the natural waves. A scrunch product (alcohol-free gel is a wavie's best friend!) is a better style alternative than heat styling equipment, but if you must use heat-styling tools, utilise heat-protectant products. To maintain the hair strands bright and hydrated, refine the styling with modest amounts of lightweight oil. ❥ Nourish your hair- Always use hair care products that have nutrients that promote hair health and growth. Deep conditioning and natural hair masks can help protect your hair from the sun's harmful rays while also giving it a healthy sheen. ❥ Trim Regularly – Boost hair health and development by using hair care products that contain nutrients. Deep conditioning and natural hair masks can help protect your hair from the sun's harmful rays while also giving it a healthy shine.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on February 28 2022 at 02:24 PM
CleanserSigns that the product is effective include: Makeup and debris are completely removed, leaving no trace. Skin should be plump, supple, and well-moisturized. Forget the word "squeaky clean"; if your skin feels tight or dry, it's likely because your skin's protective barrier has been destroyed. Get rid of that cleaner and replace it with one that is gentler.When can you expect to see results? Almost immediately. The long-term benefits of proper washing include clear skin and the absence of spots. I don't think we can expect much more from a cleanser; they don't spend nearly enough time on the skin to achieve any significant results. Toner/MistSigns that the product is effective: To be honest, I don't anticipate much from toners and mists other than a little hydrating. These are feel-good products for me; I enjoy using them since they moisten the skin and aid in the absorption of serums and moisturisers.When can you expect to see results? Immediately. MoisturizerYour skin is really soft and plump, which is a sign that the product is working. For a short time, fine wrinkles may vanish and you will have a healthy glow.When should you expect results? There are both immediate and long-term consequences. Because good moisturisers work practically instantly (assuming your skin isn't overly dry), your skin should feel softer to the touch. You should wake up with gorgeous, glowing skin if you use these (or other night creams) overnight. The end consequence is simply that your skin is pleased and nourished in the long run. Oil for the FaceSigns that the product is effective include: It's a lot like moisturising. The skin seems plump, hydrated (but not greasy), and typically brighter.When to expect results: After the product has had time to sink in, which is usually a few hours later or overnight if you used the oil in your nighttime routine. Most face oils also contain antioxidants and other active components, so it will take a few weeks for them to reach their full potential. Exfoliants/Acid ProductsSigns that the product is effective include: When you apply the product, you will notice some tingling and possibly some redness. Small bumps and textural imperfections will go, and your skin will appear glowing, even, and not dull after using an acid product.When to expect results: 3-4 weeks after starting to use acids, although longer-term benefits can take up to 3-4 months. You can also evaluate the effect in the opposite direction - after I stopped using exfoliating treatments, my skin texture deteriorated significantly. Vitamin C SupplementsSigns that the product is effective include: You should notice brighter, firmer skin as a visible sign. Vitamin C, on the other hand, is a powerful antioxidant and anti-aging substance that works in the background to provide long-term effects. Expect effects in 4-6 weeks if you use it consistently (2-3 times a week). Products containing retinolThe initial symptoms that the treatment is working are unpleasant: your skin may become dry, flaky, and peel, especially with stronger retinol creams. After 1 or 2 weeks, this should begin and last for another 1-2 weeks. Retinol is similar to Vitamin C in that it has visible effects (brighter, smoother skin, disappearing fine lines), but it's also important in the long run to slow down the ageing process (it's one of the few proven ingredients that can do so). I can't comment on the anti-aging effects because I don't have wrinkles or lines yet (so I use it as a preventive measure), but I did have some acne scars on my forehead (nothing major, but still apparent to me) that started to even out and become much smoother after 2 months. Results are expected in 2-3 months, but it might take up to 6 months. The stronger the retinol (prescription medications, for example), the faster the favourable outcomes manifest. SerumsSigns that the product is effective include: It depends on the serum in question, whether it's for brightening, anti-aging, curing spots/blemishes/acne, and so on. Results should be expected after 6-8 weeks. Serums typically contain active chemicals that take longer to function, so it's worthwhile to commit to one for a few months. MasksIf it's a brightening, exfoliating, or hydrating mask, you should surely notice something – usually glowy, plump, smooth skin. If my skin appears completely the same after using the mask, I know it's not working. Clay masks are an exception; they take a while to clear your skin, but after a few days, you should see some clear symptoms (typically spots).When should you expect to see results? Immediately, overnight, or in a few days. However, because the effects do not stay, I believe serums, Vitamin C products, and retinol are far more vital in a beauty routine. Treatments for AcneClearer skin, improved acne, less inflammation and redness are all signs that the treatment is working. When should you expect results? Depending on the product, it could take up to two months of continuous use for over-the-counter medications. It's possible that medical items given by a doctor will require less time (1.5-2 months if your acne is serious and all over the place). If you simply have one or two cystic acne bumps, some prescription medications can help you get rid of them in as little as two weeks.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on February 28 2022 at 12:39 AM
A proper skincare routine targets skin issues that are specific to you. Your skin's needs at 22 are considerably different from those at 45, therefore your skincare routine should be adjusted accordingly. Certain in-office procedures meant to improve the skin's collagen and fibroblast production can also assist our skin as we age. We'll go over these in detail on our blog today! You're in your twenties. 1. Use a sunscreenIf you're going to be exposed to the sun during the day, whether you're a teenager, in your twenties, or 60 years old, you should always use sunscreen. 2. Taking off your makeup before going to bedWhen you wake up in the morning with makeup on, your pores will be blocked, your skin will be inflamed, and your skin will be dull. Remove any traces of makeup using an oil cleanser to allow your skin to breathe and repair itself as you sleep. 3. Exfoliate the skinWherever possible, use chemical exfoliants. They're kinder, but they're more effective. They'll make sure you're addressing post-acne scarring, dryness, moisture retention, and, of course, anti-aging! In addition to exfoliating the skin, AHAs such as glycolic and lactic acid act as humectants, pulling moisture into the skin and avoiding dryness. 4. Retinoids for preventionBy increasing cellular turnover and encouraging collagen production, retinoids help to prevent the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. In your late twenties, when our body's rate of collagen creation begins to slow down, it's a good idea to integrate retinol into your beauty routine. 5. Use a silk pillowcase to sleep.Cotton pillowcases absorb more moisture from the skin and cause friction, therefore switching to silk pillowcases will help your skin and hair. 6. A well-balanced meal planIt's true what they say: we are what we consume. Eating a well-balanced diet provides your skin with the nutrients it requires, as well as allowing you to feel fuller for longer, preventing hunger pangs that cause you to binge on carbohydrate-rich meals.You're in your thirties. 1. Use a sunscreenNo matter how old you are, you must use sunscreen! 2.AntioxidantsAntioxidants protect the skin from oxidative damage, which leads to the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Antioxidant products, such as a vitamin C serum, can be used under your sunscreen to provide additional protection against free radicals. 3. RetinoidsAfter the age of 30, retinoids are your skin's best friend. If you're a retinoid veteran, apply them at least three to four times each week to avoid wrinkles and keep your skin bright and supple. 4. Cream for the eyesOur under-eye skin is the thinnest and most susceptible to wrinkles. A thick, creamy eye cream will prevent early wrinkles by ensuring there is minimal to no dryness around your eyes. 5. Apply moisturiserBecause our bodies' ability to retain moisture declines as we age, it's critical to apply a high-quality moisturiser on a daily basis. As a result, it becomes an important part of your skincare routine. 6. Treatments performed in the office:In your thirties, indulge in in-office procedures that will improve the elasticity and tightness of your skin. These procedures are non-surgical and minimally invasive, with little to no recovery time! 7. BotoxWhen Botox is used early on in the development of wrinkles, it helps to prevent them from becoming deeper and more intense. Consider it more of a preventative measure than a treatment! You're in your forties. 1. Apply sunscreen!There are no surprises here! 2. Soak up the moistureMoisturizing skin as it ages is more important than ever! To lock in moisture and prevent dryness, use a nourishing moisturiser towards the end of your skincare routine. When you use a face oil with your moisturiser, it becomes more occlusive, limiting trans-epidermal water loss. 3. Exfoliate the skinTo prevent dry and dead skin from forming on the surface, you should use a chemical exfoliator at least once a week. With time, the skin's ability to turnover becomes less efficient. 4. Fillers and BotoxYou don't need to prohibit anything anymore; instead, you require them. With just a few Botox injections, you can get a tiny neck lift! 5. RetinoidsDon't forget to keep using them! A skincare routine that caters to your skin's individual demands is something that will not only help you look better, but is also an act of self-care that you perform for your physical and emotional well-being, no matter what stage of life you're in. A skincare regimen is the time of day when we give ourselves the care and attention that we deserve. It's certainly an investment that will pay off handsomely as you get older!
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on February 27 2022 at 10:26 PM
Every person's skin is unique. Because your skin requires specialised goods and solutions, one-size-fits-all items rarely work for persons with most skin disorders. It might be difficult to develop a skin care routine, especially if many of your friends have similar routines that don't work for you. If you're having trouble coming up with a routine that improves the appearance of your skin, you'll need to do some study and put in some effort. Step 1:Determining your skin type is the first step in creating a skin care routine that is right for you. Keep in mind that not everyone will fit neatly into these categories. These should be used as a guide to help you select the proper items for your skin's needs. Skin TypesYour skin can be classified into one of four categories:NormalNormal skin is exactly what it says on the tin. The skin isn't too oily or dry, it's free of blemishes and discolorations, and it just requires basic but constant maintenance. People with this skin type can typically purchase a wide range of cosmetics and skincare items. DryFlaky, cracked, and even red and tender skin are all symptoms of dry skin. Sensitive skin is usually always dry. Purchasing cosmetics and skincare items might be difficult, not because there aren't any, but because the skin is quickly irritated or become drier by product use. Dry skin necessitates extra attention. Because dry skin is dull, moisturising and brightening solutions are essential. OilyExcess sebum is produced by oily skin types, which builds up on the skin during the day. Oily skin necessitates particular skincare and cosmetics. The oiliest part of the face is usually the T zone (over the forehead and down the nose). This skin type suffers from acne more frequently than other skin types. Mattifying creams and foundations are ideal for this skin type. CombinationOne or more of the previously described skin types are combined in the mixture skin type. Dry patches may appear throughout the skin, but it may also have an oily T zone, an oily T zone and normal skin everywhere else, or normal skin with the rare dry patch. This skin necessitates a thorough understanding of its various varieties, so do your homework! Make use of the skincare experts at your disposal to learn more about your skin type. Step 2:Make an appointment with an esthetician, dermatologist, or both! Don't go it alone when it comes to skin issues. Both types of experts can assist you in determining which items are best for you. Before attempting to incorporate any new product into your skincare routine, check your skincare specialist if you are taking any medicine for any condition, whether topical, oral, or injectable. Step 3:Now is the time to start working on your regimen (after consulting your dermatologist or esthetician). Normal SkinYou have the easiest skin type to work with, so congrats! To avoid breakouts, develop a cleansing routine that eliminates all of your makeup, and treat yourself to a facial once in a while! You might choose to focus on firming and lifting your skin, enhancing your radiance, or brightening dull areas, depending on your skin care goals. All of these goals and types of routines can assist you regardless of your age! It's never too soon to begin an anti-aging routine. Don’t forget to incorporate sun protection in your routine because SPF is your BFF. Oily SkinLook for items that will mattify your skin and keep oil at bay. Makeup that is "brightening" or "dewey" should be avoided. Even if it seems contradictory, oily skin requires moisture. If you suffer from acne (you're not alone! ), it's critical to include acne treatments in your daily routine. The best advice we can provide you is to avoid touching your face and picking or popping blemishes. To help avoid acne, try to eliminate oily and sugary items from your diet. Also, wash your face once or twice a day, but don't scrub it too hard. If your face is reacting to your washing regimen, try reducing the amount of time you spend doing so. Always wear an SPF, whether it's under or over your makeup. Sun damage can injure your fragile skin now and cause severe problems later, regardless of your skin type. Dry SkinCreate a skin care routine that hydrates your skin and avoid acne prevention and treatments if at all possible. Words like "mattifying" suggest that the product will stick to your face's dry spots. Don't be afraid to use SPF, just like the other skin types. Combination SkinCombination skin types are notoriously difficult to maintain a routine for. It's possible that you'll need to combine aspects from all of the above-mentioned regimens. Make your dermatologist and esthetician your best friends since you'll need their help in figuring out how to care for your skin properly. One thing to keep in mind, regardless of your combination skin type: SPF!
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on February 27 2022 at 09:35 PM
Summer brings humidity—and frizzy hair—along with warmer weather and the opportunity of having a haircut for the first time in months. Humidity may not be a major concern for some people. However, for some people, especially those with dry or damaged hair, the humidity causes enough frizz to ruin any hairstyle plans they had. The good news is that whether you deal with frizz on a daily basis or only occasionally, there are some simple tricks you can employ to combat it—even on the hottest and most humid of days. Hairstylists reveal their best-kept tips for styling frizzy hair in humid weather in this article. 1. Make sure you're using the appropriate shampoo and conditioner.It's critical to use hair products designed specifically for your hair type. If your hair is naturally frizzy, you frequently use heat styling equipment, or it has been chemically treated, you will need to use a moisturising and hydrating shampoo and conditioner. 2. Apply a leave-in conditioner to your hair.If you truly want to avoid frizz, make sure your hair is hydrated and smooth before stepping outside. It's recommended that you apply a leave-in conditioner after you've used a moisturising conditioner in the shower to boost your moisture levels even more. 3. Use a heat protectant before style.If you're planning to use a blow dryer, straightener, curling iron or wand, or any other heat styling instrument on your hair, make sure you use a heat protectant first. These hair-styling products act as a shield between your hot tools and your hair, protecting it from damage caused by heat up to 400 degrees. 4. Use hair oil to create a twist out.Starting with damp (but not wet) hair, apply a silicone-free moisturising oil. Apply the oil evenly from mid-length to ends, then divide your hair into four quadrants, splitting your hair where you want it to be worn. Separate three or four pieces in each quadrant. Twist each strand of hair away from your face and then don't touch it; instead, let it air dry naturally. If you don't like twisting, you can try braiding instead. 5. Finish with a spritz of hairspray.Hairspray is essential for setting your final look, as any hairstylist will tell you. It's one of the most effective techniques to combat frizz and tame flyaways in humid weather. 6. In between washes, reheat the style.If your hair becomes frizzy during the day, you don't have to rewash it and start again. Over-washing is one of the most common causes of frizzy, dried-out hair. Restyle with your flat iron or curling iron if you only have a little frizz or a tiny bend after sleeping.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on February 24 2022 at 10:58 PM
Because curly hair has a coarse texture, the natural oils produced by your scalp do not easily make their way down the strands like they do in straight hair. As a result, your scalp will be greasy, and your hair will be dry. This isn't a good pairing. Knowing this, you can use the suggestions below to help tighten your curls, keep them glossy and nourished, and feel secure in your stunning appearance! Continue reading to learn how we'll tame those curls! · Trim- Visit a stylist to verify that you only trim off what is required. Cutting off too much hair may make you sad, but if you can get rid of the damaged ends, your hair will grow back stronger than before. · The moisturising process starts in the shower- When hydrating your hair, steer clear from silicone-based products. It coats your hair, which is why. That's fine for a temporary fix, but it's bad for infusing long-term hydration into your hair. A double-shampoo is never a good idea. No one should, in fact. After that, you'll want to get the build-up out of your hair and go on. · Once a week, deep condition- Apply a thorough conditioner to your hair. Make it a habit to do it at least once a week. Curls require moisture, and once you've addressed that issue, you should see a better, tighter curling motion. One thing to keep in mind is that too much protein might be harmful. It can cause hair to become brittle and stiff. Try to strike a balance by utilising both moisture-based deep conditioners and protein treatments. · Apply a leave-in conditioner to your hair- When my hair feels dry, I use leave-in conditioners. It can also help keep knots at bay. Always start from the tips and work your way down using a wide-toothed comb, starting at the roots and working your way down. This will keep snags and breaks at bay. Also, because you have curly hair, seek for products that mention "curl defining" or "curl improving." They should also be made with healthy elements (no silicones, please!). · Use the proper instrument to detangle your hair- Comb your hair with a wide-tooth comb. A fine-tooth comb will wreak havoc on the situation. This comb isn't suitable for textured hair. Some people recommend using fingers, but excessive use of fingers can cause hair to frizz. So, go easy on the wide-tooth comb, start at the ends, and apply the correct products to maintain curly hair tight and fresh. · Protect yourself from the heat by using a heat protectant- There are no exceptions when it comes to using a heat protectant on your hair. However, you should never use anything that contains alcohol because it is extremely damaging to your curls. Choose a hydrating product, such as a finishing oil, to seal and define your curls while removing frizz. That's the key to having the nicest, tightest curls. · To set your curls, use a hair diffuser- You'll also need to set your curls, which is where your diffuser comes in handy. Set the hair drier at low heat and dry your hair while gently scrunching it without stopping. Flip your hair midway through the drying process. Use a diffuser with those prong things on it if you really want an edge on these tight curls. Flip your hair upside down and cup it into the diffuser, pressing up toward your scalp, or place it on a flat surface while moving the diffuser around your head. · Keep an eye on your stands while you're sleeping- When it comes to curl tightening, the way you sleep on them is crucial. Here, I recommend sheet shopping in particular. Cotton absorbs all of your hair's natural oils and steals moisture like a bandit in the night if you use it (even if it has a ridiculously high thread count). Instead, wrap a lovely satin scarf around your head. You might also invest in a silk pillowcase. Conclusion Curl tightening is straightforward and just takes a few minutes. Keep in mind that your curls require extra attention from you. You'll see that tight pattern come back once you start showing that love, the type that turns heads and has straight-haired girls like me swooning over it. Curly hair is one of a kind and stunning. With the correct items and equipment, you'll be able to see what the rest of us see... you're gorgeous!
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on February 20 2022 at 10:20 PM
If you have a dry scalp, you're well aware of how irritating and even unpleasant it can be. It's also a rather common occurrence. A dry scalp is characterised by a damaged surface layer of skin cells on the scalp, enabling moisture to escape. What options do you have? Here are a few home cures that will help you feel better right away. What causes a dry scalp, exactly?· Dandruff· Cold weather· Allergic reactions· Skin conditions How to get rid of a dry scalp Once you've figured out what's causing your dry scalp, there are a number of expert-recommended solutions for reducing itching, removing flakes, and replenishing parched regions. 1. Use a store-bought dandruff shampoo.Antifungal shampoos will be your best bet for dealing with scalp dryness if dandruff is the core reason. Pyrithione zinc, selenium sulphide, and ketoconazole are some of the active chemicals that target the yeast that can cause dandruff. 2. Then, when it comes to cleansing, take your time.Washing with anti-dandruff shampoos has a procedure. You don't want to put these in your hair and then rinse them out right after because they contain medication. It makes it impossible for the drug to enter your scalp. 3. Touch up as needed.When using an anti-dandruff shampoo for the first time, use it every day for one week to get the yeast under control and the dryness to lessen. After that, you can resume your regular shampooing routine. If you have dandruff, you'll need a touch-up every now and then. Switch to a product with a new active ingredient if your scalp seems to have grown acclimated to your dandruff-fighting shampoo. 4. You could find that you don't need to wash as much.If you don't have dandruff but are experiencing scalp dryness, it may be time to reconsider your shower regimen as a whole. Excessively hot water, extended showers, and harsh soap chemicals (such as sulphates) can all damage the barrier that protects your scalp's epidermis. As a result, washing your hair too frequently may be the cause of a dry scalp. 5. Reconsider your hair care products.Consider switching to more delicate hair products if your scalp is sensitive or easily irritated. Certain lines, such as scent and colours, are free of common irritants. 6. Use a shampoo with salicylic acid.Your favourite acne treatment can also work wonders for your dry scalp. A salicylic acid shampoo might help dissolve those pesky flakes and relieve itch, especially if your hair is particularly dry. Because salicylic acid is an excellent exfoliant, it removes dead skin cells that have accumulated on the surface. 7. Apply a coconut oil mask.If your hair is long enough, add coconut oil to your scalp before bundling it or wrapping it in a towel or shower cap to encourage penetration and keep your pillow clean while you sleep. The trick is to get it out first thing in the morning. Before getting into the shower, massage a light shampoo into your scalp on dry hair to help pull the oil out more easily. 8. Do not rely on home remedies.Home cures such as apple cider vinegar, CBD products, and witch hazel are all frequently advised. There isn't enough proof that these products work or are safe. While most topicals aren't harmful, some, like apple cider vinegar, can be abrasive and cause irritation, which isn't what you want right now. 9. Consult a dermatologist.If you've tried a few shampoos and are still experiencing symptoms after a week or so, see your doctor or dermatologist.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on February 20 2022 at 01:10 PM
Sunspots, acne scars, large brown patches – whatever the source, undesirable skin speckling can typically be remedied with over-the-counter brighteners and lighteners or professional-strength aid from your dermatologist.If you're concerned by dark patches on your skin caused by hyperpigmentation, one thing is certain: there are more options than ever before for eliminating that innocuous but annoying discoloration. What is hyperpigmentation, exactly? It's any area of skin that appears darker than your natural skin tone because to the brown pigment melanin overproduction. The Best Ways to Treat and Prevent Future Hyperpigmentation There are many dark-spot correctors available today, but it's just as important to deal with them early on. The scientifically validated keys are as follows: 1. Keep Skin Moist to Boost Cell TurnoverWhile the primary goal of hyperpigmentation treatment is to reduce the appearance of dark spots, a good over-the-counter medication should also include ingredients that help the skin in other ways. Moisturizing components like glycerin or hyaluronic acid, as well as retinol to accelerate cell turnover, will be found in an excellent product. These inactive compounds assist the active brighteners in performing more successfully by allowing them to work more efficiently. A good moisturiser can also help to repair the skin's lipid (fat) barrier, which helps to protect it from the sun's harmful rays even more. 2. Keep Bug Bites, Blackheads, and Other Injuries at BayEven though it's tempting to itch a mosquito bite or crush a stubborn blackhead, remember your mother's warning: "Don't pick!" and pay attention. Scratching and picking at a place will only exacerbate the inflammatory process that causes skin darkening. The more you muck with it now, the worse it will appear later. The sooner you treat hyperpigmentation, however, the easier it will be to remove it. Brown spots' pigment might penetrate deeper into the skin with time. 3. Consider an Rx for Stubborn Skin DiscolorationIf over-the-counter remedies aren't working, it's time to seek professional help. Because it suppresses the formation of pigment, dermatologists regard prescription-strength hydroquinone, alone or in combination with other lighteners, to be the gold standard for fading dark spots. Hydroquinone treatment, however, should be closely monitored by your dermatologist because high concentrations can cause sun sensitivity and bleach the skin, she adds. 4. Ask a Dermatologist About High-Tech OptionsIf topical treatments aren't working, talk to your dermatologist about more aggressive treatments, such as chemical peels, microdermabrasion, or dermabrasion, or a laser or light-based procedure, according to the International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine. (There is one caveat: if you have melasma, lasers and chemical peels may exacerbate your hyperpigmentation.) 5. Take Steps to Prevent or Minimize Future DamageApplying a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or higher every day, even on cloudy or cool days, is the most effective way to prevent sun-induced discoloration. UV rays simply cause the pigment to go into overdrive, darkening dark spots. You must apply sunscreen to exposed regions on a daily basis. Note that SPF only refers to UVB short-wave ray protection. Irritation can increase hyperpigmentation, especially melasma, so stick to moderate skin-care products that don't sting or burn. You should also use acne medicine to treat pimples and bug spray to avoid bites to protect yourself against other typical skin-darkening factors.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on February 20 2022 at 12:22 AM
One of the most important things you can do is take care of your skin. However, you don't have to spend a fortune on products or follow a lengthy skincare routine to notice improvements. When you set your 10-step night time ritual aside, you'll notice that a sure-fire technique to achieve perfect skin may be found in your day activities. Scroll down to learn about 9 no-brainer and easy ways to achieve healthier-looking skin! 1. Limit your exposure to the sunWhile SPF is important, the greatest strategy to avoid sunspots and ageing skin is to avoid being in the sun! But it doesn't imply you should spend the entire day in your room. All you have to do is find modest methods to stay out of direct sunshine. Avoid placing your study or work desk near a window, for example. Another option is to close your window shades or request a seat in the middle of the plane to avoid being exposed to the intense UV radiation at that altitude. 2. Incorporate antioxidants into your dietIncluding vitamin C or E in your diet is a simple method to give your skin a healthy shine without having to use vitamin C serums, lotions, or other peptides. Antioxidants are beneficial to your body on the inside as well as protecting your cells from free radicals and diseases. You can start incorporating blueberries, strawberries, mulberries, raspberries, kale, beets, and spinach into your meals. 3. Use a silk pillowcase to sleepYou've probably seen it before, but many influencers and corporations are pushing sleeping on a silk pillowcase on the internet. Is it, however, effective? While we may not have the same scientific basis, we are considerably kinder on your skin. Silk is also anti-acne since it is hypoallergenic, meaning it does not clog pores, resulting in healthy-looking skin. Lack of sleep is another key cause, so try to get at least 8 hours of sleep each night. 4. Drink plenty of waterThere's no way to get smooth, baby-like skin with oxygen facials and moisturiser. Hydrating your body not only helps clear your skin, but it also cleanses your pores and can help prevent breakouts due to its capacity to drain toxins from your system. 5. Make sure your brushes are cleanEveryone like their beauty blenders and fluffy brushes, but if you're a regular makeup wearer, I recommend washing your brushes at least once a week. Even if you don't think these items might cause bad skin, you'll be surprised at how germs and bacteria thrive in them—something you should never touch your face with (especially if you have acne or are acne-prone). 6. Exercise on a regular basisSweating is the best way to remove toxins from your body, and exercise causes you to sweat. Working exercise increases blood circulation (which is why some of us turn a bright red colour) and oxygen distribution to the skin. Getting that healthy glow from the inside out should be done at least three times a week. 7. Don't drink too much alcohol or eat too much dairyDairy products can cause skin breakouts and acne. Milk contains hormones that induce the oil glands to secrete more oil than usual, resulting in clogged pores and a pimple. Excessive alcohol drinking can cause itchy skin and breakouts as a result of a "hot" stomach. 8. Make time to relax and unwindStress, believe it or not, can aggravate skin conditions such as psoriasis, rosacea, and eczema. Anxiety can wreak havoc on your skin, causing flare-ups and dullness. 9. Don't pick at your pimples or faceDo you have a pimple? Never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever touch it! Throughout the day, touching your face or a pimple can cause dirt to accumulate. Picking at a pimple in the hopes of bursting it can result in scarring and tissue damage if done incorrectly.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on February 19 2022 at 11:31 PM
Beard care is an important part of personal grooming, whether you're just starting to grow your facial hair or already have a full-grown beard. Check out the following hints to keep your beard healthy and well-groomed. 1. Be Dedicated to the ProcessIt takes time to grow a beard, and grooming it goes beyond shampooing and combing. Maintaining your general health is the first step in keeping your beard healthy. 2. Select the Appropriate Beard Care EquipmentYou should have the correct equipment for beard maintenance, just like you would for your face and hair. You'll need to spend money on the following items:Skin cleanser or shampoo with your skin type in mindTowel that is clean and dryScrub for exfoliationSPF-enhanced moisturising cream (while your beard grows in)SPF-free moisturising cream (after your beard has grown in)Depending on your skin type, use a beard conditioner, oil, or moisturiser.Comb for the beard and a brush for the beard 3. Wash Your BeardUse lukewarm water to shampoo or cleanse your beard for the greatest results. Apply your washing product to your beard and skin and massage it in. Allow a medicated product to linger on your skin for a few minutes before rinsing it off. Make sure to properly rinse your beard to remove any shampoo residue. 4. Pick the Right Beard CleanserChoose your beard cleanser based on your skin type. Taking care of your beard begins with the appropriate products. Look for a face cleanser that contains salicylic acid or glycolic acid as an active component if you have oily or acne-prone skin. Also, check to see if the product is noncomedogenic, which means it won't clog your pores. 5. Treat Beard DandruffYour beard traps bacteria and fungus because it covers your skin. Overgrowth of a yeast called malassezia, for example, can occur on occasion. Your body reacts to the yeast by attacking your skin, causing it to become red, flaky, and scaly.If you get this condition, use the appropriate shampoo to alleviate the symptoms. Products containing at least 1% of the active component ketoconazole may aid in the relief of beard dandruff symptoms. 6. Keep Your Beard MoisturizedApply your moisturiser after washing your beard and gently drying your face with a towel for optimum results. When applying moisturiser, your skin and beard should still be damp. To avoid build-up or the impression of greasiness, use the product sparingly. 7. Maintain Your BeardTo avoid knots and tangles, brush or comb your beard every day. Trim hairs as needed to create the look you want. If you experience skin irritation, use an electric trimmer instead of a manual razor.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on February 18 2022 at 11:56 PM
Collagen is a protein that is created naturally in the body, as well as a popular supplement and beauty product ingredient that claims to promote skin health. Collagen products are advertised as having the ability to improve skin suppleness, minimise visible wrinkles, and increase blood flow to the skin. Collagen, it is thought, is what stops our skin from drooping and gives us that plump, youthful appearance. Collagen's role in the bodyCollagen is a protein that is essential for the health of your bones, skin, hair, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Collagen prevents our skin from sagging and gives us a lush, young appearance. Collagen is produced naturally by your body, but it decreases as you get older.Collagen begins to deteriorate around our mid-twenties. In the first five years after menopause, women can lose up to 30% of their collagen production. Collagen is lost as we age; thus many people use collagen supplements as part of their anti-aging cosmetic routine. Do collagen supplements work?Collagen peptide powders, capsules, and liquid are commonly sold as supplements. However, it is unclear whether collagen supplements are beneficial to us.The problem is that stomach acids break down much of what we eat and prevent it from being absorbed into the bloodstream. It's uncertain whether eaten collagen is absorbed or completely broken down in the stomach. To determine the long-term effects of this oral supplement, we still need an objective, large-scale study focusing on collagen. What about collagen creams?Retinol and tretinoin are topical therapies that have been clinically proven to increase collagen production. Antioxidants, such as vitamin C, can also help to repair the inflammation that damages your skin's collagen.Retinol or vitamin C skincare treatments are more likely to provide benefits than collagen-containing creams. Protecting your natural collagen for healthy skinCollagen is broken down by ultraviolet light from the sun, thus it's critical to use sunscreen every day. Antioxidant-rich diets, including fruits and vegetables, can also help to prevent collagen degradation.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on February 13 2022 at 12:19 AM
If you've been asking yourself questions and looking for answers, one ingredient, in particular, must have caught your attention: niacinamide! What is Niacinamide?It's a water-soluble Vitamin B3+ active with a high safety profile and a wide range of skin types suitability. Its topical application promotes new cell growth, balances and maintains skin's natural oil production, and improves skin elasticity and strength, all of which contribute to overall skin health and texture. Let's take a look at some of the ways Niacinamide can help your skin now that we know what it is. Benefits of Niacinamide for SkinAcne Marks Disappear Acne is well-known for its blemishes, scars, and spots that appear out of nowhere, as well as the inflammation and redness it creates. Niacinamide is an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant that cures acne and aids in the fading of scars by reducing inflammation. It calms the skin, lowers oiliness and redness, and leaves the skin looking healthy and even-toned. However, the outcomes for different skin types and persons may vary. Controls Excess OilIt controls excess oil and sebum secretions in the skin, which is a major concern for people with oily skin. As a result, it restores natural sebum balance and prevents excessive production. Reduced oiliness reduces the occurrence of acne and gives the skin a healthy, nourished, and happy appearance. Pores that are enlarged should be minimisedNiacinamide improves skin suppleness and texture by clearing congestion and shrinking enlarged pores. It also exfoliates and detoxifies the skin, removing bacterial buildup and oxidative stress produced by pollution, dust, filth, and pollutants. As a result, the skin is deeply cleansed, rejuvenated, and brightened. Hyperpigmentation is lightenedNiacinamide has been shown to effectively treat dark and discoloured spots (melasma). The eradication of obstinate red dark pigmented spots from the face is aided by using a concentrated Niacinamide Serum on a regular basis. It also prevents pigmented cells from reaching the skin's outside surface and damaging it, leaving it smooth and beautiful. Wrinkles and fine lines are reduced in appearanceNiacinamide serum stimulates collagen and protein formation in the under-eye and face area when applied topically. As a result, its increasing levels aid in the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles associated with premature ageing. Skin is HydratedNiacinamide prevents water loss by strengthening the outermost layer of the skin (epidermis). It allows the skin to form a ceramide (lipid) barrier, which enhances moisture retention. In addition, unlike other serums, it does not dry out the face and instead keeps it moisturised. As a result, it aids in keeping the skin moisturised, soft, and supple. Protects skin from sun damageYou can't avoid the sun, but you can protect yourself from its dangerous UV rays by taking Niacinamide. It promotes the creation of new, healthy skin cells and protects the skin from further injury.So, before going out in the sun, apply a Niacinamide-enriched serum evenly to your face. Remember to follow up with an SPF 50 sunscreen, such as TNW Sun Defence Sunscreen, to protect skin from sun sensitivity. Let's look at some of Niacinamide's usage now that we've learned about its advantages. Niacinamide's Role in Skin HealthSkincare formulations containing Niacinamide, such as TNW-The Natural Wash Vitamin C Face Serum and Anti-Ageing Serum, help to revitalise and nourish the skin. These ayurvedic serums filled with citrus deliciousness and antioxidants remove persistent acne marks and scars, shrink enlarged pores, reverse premature ageing indications, and reverse sun damage for clear, healthy, glowing, and youthful skin. Some of the best niacinamide products are:1. Earth Rhythm- 10% Niacinamide - Barrier Support Serum - 30gm2. Minimalist- 5% Niacinamide Face Serum - 30ml3. Dr. Sheth's- Niacinamide & Green Tea Calming Toner - 50ml4. One Thing- Niacinamide 10% - 150ml5. Suganda- 10% Niacinamide Serum - 30mlAs a result, it's safe to conclude that Niacinamide - a multifunctional component – is the ideal treatment for a variety of skin disorders that affect both young and old people.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on February 12 2022 at 09:19 PM
Here are some products under 5000 bucks that your lavish skincare routine requires: Oleum Cottage- Mini Ritual for Oily Or CombinationIn this gentle nourishing process, the African Black Cleansing Potion softly cleanses the pores without stripping sebum, leaving the skin feeling nourished and balanced after a wash. The Oil Balancing Tonic helps to minimise the appearance of open pores and breakouts. The Balancing and Firming Crème provides exactly the appropriate amount of moisture without feeling heavy on the skin. The cleaning potion, oil balancing skin tonic, and balancing and firming lotion are all included in one bundle. Love Indus- Velvet:08 Broadway Bright Detox MaskThis cream provides you glowing and smooth skin right away. A potpourri of amazing eastern botanicals and potent lab-designed synthetics work together to bring out your skin's natural radiance. Daughter Earth- Eternal Youth Rejuvenating Serum - 30mlWith the power of 21 active botanicals, this dermatologically tested, 100 percent active, preservative-free multi-functional serum oil is a skincare game-changer. Accoje- Hydrating Aqua Toner - 130mlAccoje Hydrating Aqua Toner has the following advantages: For dry skin, it has an immediate moisturising effect. Rice toner with clean moisture that drenches the skin with hydration. Hydrating and astringent effects in a refreshing watery gel form. 7 harmful ingredients are excluded from this skin-friendly formula (6 Types of Paraben, Benzophenone, Artificial fragrance, Imidazolidinyl urea, Tar Pigment, Harmful minerals, Animal oil). Klairs- Fundamental Watery Oil Drop – 50mlThis specially developed water-based serum is enhanced with the moisture of face oil, which helps show youthful skin by providing daily hydration. It contains active components that not only provide antioxidant protection but also aid in skin regeneration and anti-ageing. It has a non-sticky texture that absorbs quickly into the skin, keeping it nourished without greasiness and minimising moisture loss throughout the day. It is suitable for all skin types and is made in Korea. Naija- Cocoa Butter Cream - 50gmA regular usage Naija Organic Cocoa Butter Cream is a rich source of polyphenols and flavonoids that protect skin from photoaging. It contains natural cocoa butter, shea butter, and jojoba seed essential oil. The entire product improves dermal blood flow, enhances collagen 1,111,1V, and preserves skin suppleness and tone, all of which are beneficial to skin health. Sadhev- Ayurvedic Sunscreen SPF 30 - 200mlThroughout the day, this lotion keeps the skin incredibly soft and supple. Its age-defying essence protects the skin's delicate texture, minimises fine lines and blemishes, and keeps the skin looking youthful. The mixture of madhuyashthi and Indian madder protects their skin from the sun's harmful rays. It not only kept their skin hydrated and balanced, but it also helped to preserve its beautiful texture. Klairs- Daily Skin Hydrating Water - 500 mlThis moisturising toner is produced in Korea and has little viscosity, so it absorbs rapidly. It contains 45 percent green tea water, which is high in antioxidants and helps to soothe and calm the skin. Green tea is particularly beneficial to acne sufferers since it hydrates and strengthens the skin's natural moisture barrier. Calendula and coconut palm extract water are two ingredients that provide deep hydration and leave the skin feeling rejuvenated. It is suitable for all skin types and can be used on a daily basis in any season. It's made to keep your skin hydrated for as long as possible.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on February 12 2022 at 08:53 PM
It may seem strange to hear that these acids are excellent for your skin, but they are absolutely something you should get your hands on to improve your skincare routine! Despite their scientific designations, the majority of these are sourced from natural sources. We're going to break it down for you in simple words and give you a fast guide so that the next time you're shopping for a moisturiser or exfoliant, you'll know exactly which acid can help your skin. Acids or Chemical Exfoliants in Skincare: What Are They? Chemical exfoliants are acids that react with the skin to remove dead skin cells and excess oil, which can result in dullness, pimples, and clogged pores. They help to dissolve the bonds that hold the skin's cells together, causing the top layer of the skin to shed, resulting in skin regeneration and smoother, clearer skin that glows from within. They're found in high concentrations in dermatologist-recommended chemical peels and in lower concentrations in over-the-counter cleansers, masks, scrubs, moisturisers, and toners. There are three types of chemical exfoliants: AHAs, BHAs, and PHAs. These acids are all acids, although their penetrating power and skin suppleness differ. Alpha Hydroxyl group (AHAs)AHAs are typically obtained from fruits and have the capacity to dissolve in water, allowing them to operate on the skin's surface to improve texture and firmness without creating any irritation. They promote the creation of new collagen by increasing cell turnover. They are mild on the skin, making them a good alternative for people with sensitive skin. Beta Hydroxyl group (BHAs)BHAs, on the other hand, are oil-soluble, which means they penetrate deeper into the skin, benefiting not only skin texture but also pore unclogging and oil and sebum control. They're anti-acne favourites because they exfoliate not only the top layer of skin, but also the sebaceous glands deep within the pores, clearing them of any whiteheads or blackheads that may form. Poly Hydroxy Acids (PHAs)Because PHAs contain larger molecules than AHAs, they are ideal for extremely sensitive skin because they cannot penetrate deep into the skin and only function on the top layer. They are gentle and moderate, causing no irritation and can be used by persons with eczema or rosacea. They're great for hydrating the skin from the inside out, and they're also great for dry skin!While the concept of applying acid to your skin may sound intimidating, certain acids can actually benefit your skin. Varying acids have different effects on your skin, so finding the perfect one for you is crucial if you want to achieve bright skin.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on February 11 2022 at 10:17 PM
Ceramides have a solid track record as an anti-aging component, yet they're typically ignored and underappreciated. We'll delve into how ceramides help skin retain moisture, strengthen its protective barrier, and maintain a firm, plump appearance—especially in light of recent research demonstrating ceramides' unique potential to revitalise skin's appearance.We've compiled the research-backed answers to your most pressing ceramide-related queries below: What are ceramides?Ceramides are lipids (fats) that are naturally found in high concentrations in the upper layers of skin. They make up more than half of the skin's makeup, so it's no wonder that they have a big say in how your skin looks (and how it responds to environmental threats). What are ceramides and what do they do?Consider ceramides to be the mortar that holds your skin cells together. Ceramides keep skin together by generating a protective barrier that prevents moisture loss and protects the skin from visible damage caused by pollution and other environmental stresses. Ceramides are also one of the anti-aging "powerhouses" responsible for sustaining skin's dynamic character, even more than retinol, niacinamide, and peptides. Phytosphingosine and sphingolipids, two ceramide precursors, really assist skin in producing more ceramides. Why do I need ceramides in my beauty products if my skin already contains them?The efficiency of your skin's natural ceramides is reduced with age and sun damage, and they can eventually be depleted, weakening your skin's barrier. Drier, rougher skin, wrinkles, inflammation, redness, and apparent symptoms of dehydration are the end outcomes. This is where having a good understanding of skin care comes in handy, because it is possible to recover what has been lost.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on January 31 2022 at 11:14 PM
We understand that you may get bored with the normal heat-free hairstyles offered to your natural hair and wish to try something new. We won't pretend that we don't understand your concerns regarding heat damage to your hair. Don't be concerned!These suggestions can help you achieve the straight hair and other hairstyles you desire while protecting your natural hair from heat damage.1. Always prep your hair by moisturising and deep conditioning it.Before you use those heated tools on your hair, you must first wash it as usual deep-condition it, let it to sit for the time specified on the bottle. This will assist to straighten your hair while also smoothing and strengthening it. Apply a leave-in conditioner after drying your hair as much as possible with a microfiber towel or a t-shirt. 2. Allow time for your hair to air dry.Allow your hair to dry 50 to 70% on its own, depending on your hair type. When it comes to heat, damp hair does not farewell. There are a number of fantastic leave-in treatments on the market that will assist your hair in drying naturally. 3. Heat protectants intended for natural hair should be used.Apply a heat protectant to your hair evenly. This will help to keep moisture in your hair and protect it from heat damage. Heat protection is available as a serum, spray, or lotion. 4. Blow dry your hair. Straightening your hair begins with blow drying it. It will also aid in the prevention of knotting and tangling of your hair ends, as well as hair breaking. To avoid overheating your hair, remember to use a nozzle with your blow dryer. Working in portions to ensure each part is completely dry, point the nozzle downwards and about 15 to 25cm away from your hair. For safeguarding your cuticles, start with a medium to high setting and conclude with a cool setting. 5. Reapply a heat protectant before heat styling. The best technique to ensure that your hair is not damaged by the heat is to reapply a heat protectant after blow-drying and before heat styling your hair as desired.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on January 31 2022 at 09:26 PM
Winter isn't everyone's favourite season, and it's unlikely that it is for our skin. That doesn't mean winter has to be a nightmare for us or our skin. Our skin may get overly dry as the weather and temperature change, and dry skin can lead to a slew of other issues such as cracked lips, peeling, and skin dryness. As a result, the skin needs nutrients in order to properly retain moisture. Here’s how you can achieve it:Before going to bed, moisturise.If you're looking for a moisturiser, seek one that helps to retain moisture and protects skin from drying. Best moisturize which are kind to you, your skin and to the planet: Mamaearth Oil-Free Moisturizer For Face With Apple Cider Vinegar and Plum Hello Aloe Moisturizer.Keep your lips safeLook for a lip balm enriched with the goodness of herbs and oils. Here are some lip balms for you: Urvi Naturals Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Dewberry Lip Balm Free and Foy Naturals Coco Mint Moisturizing Lip balm with Coco Mango Lip Scrub.Remind yourself to drink plenty of waterDrinking 8-12 glasses of water every day might also aid to moisturise and nourishing your skin.Seasonal fruits should be included in your dietConsuming foods high in Omega 3, Vitamin A, C, and E can also help to keep skin hydrated and healthy.Make the most of the cold weather with a winter skincare routine that is both nourishing and protective. The skin problems that appear when the weather cools are your skin's method of informing you that something is amiss. Using an intense winter skincare routine or a winter skincare action plan, try to treat or prevent those symptoms.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on January 31 2022 at 09:15 PM
When it comes to your hair, you already have enough challenges to deal with on a daily basis. Is it greasy enough? Is it too dry? Is it too flat? Is it too long? Is your hair curly enough? Is it possible to be too straight? Then there's dreadful dandruff to contend with. The little white flakes that linger on your scalp are difficult to notice. However, while the ailment is relatively prevalent, it can also be difficult to treat.Look no further if you're trying to discover how to get rid of dandruff.1. Shampoo more frequently. This can aid in the reduction of oil on your scalp. Because it has antibacterial and antifungal qualities, Pyrithione zinc products are popular for treating dandruff. Coal-based shampoos (to slow skin cell growth and reduce Malassezia), selenium sulphide shampoos (to slow skin cell growth and reduce Malassezia), and salicylic acid shampoos (to slow skin cell growth and reduce Malassezia) (to exfoliate the scalp) are highly recommended. 2. Green tea is a good choice. Massage your scalp for five minutes with a mixture of green tea, peppermint essential oil, and white vinegar. Then, using a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner, rinse it off. Green tea and peppermint essential oil both have antioxidants and antimicrobial characteristics that can help you maintain a healthy scalp while also conditioning your hair to keep it from becoming dry and irritated. 3. Use apple cider vinegar instead of regular vinegar. Combine equal parts vinegar and water in a mixing bowl. This mixture can be used in place of shampoo. The fungus that causes dandruff can be killed with apple cider vinegar. It relieves itching and might aid in the reduction of dandruff. 4. Combine five to ten drops of tea tree oil with five tablespoons of coconut oil for a massage. Apply the mixture to your scalp at night and rinse it out in the morning, or leave it on for 30 minutes and then rinse it off if you're short on time. Coconut oil also fights fungus, which can aid in the removal of dandruff. Tea tree oil will help your hair regain its lustre. 5. Make use of lemon juice. Allow two teaspoons of lemon juice to sit on your scalp for a minute. After that, combine a teaspoon of lemon juice with a cup of water. Rinse the mixture through your hair. For optimal results, do this right before your daily shower. The acids in fresh lemon juice help break down the fungus that causes dandruff. It also doesn't include any harsh chemicals that could hurt your hair. 6. Baking soda can be used. Sprinkle a spoonful of baking soda along your scalp after wetting your hair. Allow it to sit for a minute before washing it off. After that, you can shampoo to fully rinse it off. Baking soda can help exfoliate the skin on your scalp without irritating it and helps battle off hyperactive fungi. Baking soda absorbs extra oil as well. If speciality shampoos aren't cutting it, there are a few things you can do on your own. Furthermore, if you try home treatments for two weeks or longer and don't see any results, we recommend you seek professional medical guidance.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on January 31 2022 at 08:19 PM
Here are some budget-friendly products for you and your skin, all under ₹899/- 1. SNP Prep Peptaronic Toner - 320mlWith its low viscosity and high moisturizing texture, SNP Prep's Peptaronic toner keeps your skin bright and clear by maintaining oil and moisture balance. This hydrating toner is made to soak fast, even into rough and dry skin, and produce a moisture barrier for perfect skin.2. Belora Paris Illuminating Moisturizer with Nano Gold & AHA -30gmReal Nanogold is used to power this device. This lightweight illuminating moisturiser feeds, hydrates, and vitalizes skin, improving firmness and elasticity while also speeding up blood circulation and slowing down the ageing process. It aids in the revitalization and restoration of skin that has been damaged by harsh chemicals. AHAs and fruit extracts brighten skin, reduce pigmentation, deeply hydrate, and aid in the appearance of a luminous, youthful, and beautiful complexion. The Illuminator gives your face an immediate pink pearl-effect glow. Please conduct a patch test before applying the cream to your face, as is recommended for all face creams.3. Daughter Earth Serum Absolut - 30mlBakuchiol, a plant-based retinol alternative, and a blue-light rescue botanical complex combine to create a potent facial treatment serum. With 40+ adaptable and high-performance botanicals, this blue light rescue serum combats the appearance of signs of ageing, pigmentation, irritancy, dryness, and improves the look of facial contour and complexion.All skin types are suitable. It's cruelty-free and vegan. It's also fragrance-free, silicone-free, phthalate-free, mineral oil-free, sulfate-free, and colourant-free.4. Nourishing Sun Shield- Ilana- 15mlThis nutritious sun shield from Ilana Organics is the ultimate essential for sun protection. This sun shield is formulated with only the healthiest and most natural components, such as raspberry and carrot seed oils, which provide great sun protection due to their high antioxidant content and help repair the skin, leaving it looking beautiful and dewy. It also moisturises the skin, tightens it by lowering pore size, and eliminates lines and wrinkles.5. Suganda 5% Lactic Acid Body Lotion - 200mlOur exfoliating lotion is designed to soften and relieve rough, dry skin. Our body lotion, which contains Lactic Acid, Niacinamide, Calendula oil, and Shea Butter, is designed to improve the texture of your skin by exfoliating, soothing, and moisturising it, as well as replenishing your skin's natural barrier with Niacinamide, Shea butter, and Calendula oil. It works particularly well on dry, rough spots on elbows, knees, and feet. It also aids in the treatment of strawberry legs (a dry skin condition). 6. Klavuu Pure Pearlsation Revitalizing Facial Cleansing Foam Miniature - 30 mlA non-drying face cleanser that eliminates debris, pollutants, and leftover makeup without stripping the skin. Its calming formula is made up of a polymer moisture layer that helps to retain moisture and improve skin flexibility. It builds up to soft and light leather, providing a wonderful washing experience. Brightens your skin and provides anti-aging benefits over time. Algae and seaweed extracts are known for soothing and hydrating the skin.7. Calendula Lip Balm - 4mlCalendula Lip Balm is a deeply nourishing lip balm that might help your dry lips. Calendula Is A Well-Known Healing Herb That Is Also Gentle On The Skin. We used a combination of beeswax, avocado, cocoa butter, and jojoba for the base, making this lip balm deeply hydrating.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on January 31 2022 at 07:48 PM
You know exactly how to correct it if you have internal issues, whether it's weakness, a lousy diet, or an irregular lifestyle. Reduce stress in your life by introducing yoga, meditation, or even a hobby into your routine at least three times per week. This will alter your appearance and mood. Vitamin supplements are frequently required, and I recommend Vitamin B and C, which help to repair and improve the texture of the skin. Citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons, kiwi fruits, apricots, and melons are high in Vitamin C and should be part of your daily diet. You can also try the following skin-care treatments to get rid of panda eyes in no time:1. Massage: Combine coconut and almond oils in a small bowl and gently massage around the eyes in a circular motion. Allow to sit for about an hour. This should be done on a regular basis.You can also construct the following eye mask, which, when used on a daily basis, will help to lighten dark circles. Make the mask and keep it in the refrigerator, in my opinion. It will keep for up to a week before going bad. (Also see: Coconut Oil's Amazing Skin And Hair Benefits) 2. Coconut eye pack (freshly ground)Ingredients: A squirt of lemon juice, 2 tbsp cucumber grated, 1 tbsp heavy cream, 3 tbsp China clayCombine all of the ingredients and store in the refrigerator. Cover the eyes with cotton wool and place the mask over it, being careful not to let the pack drop into your eyes. You can unwind by lying down in a cool location. It's best to leave it on for at least 20 minutes before gently rinsing it off with milk and then water. 3. Tomato Eye Toner: Tomatoes are great for exfoliating the skin. When it comes to cosmetic regimens, it's a hit. Massage the eye area with a mixture of lemon juice and fresh tomato juice on a regular basis. After around 20 minutes, remove the toner and rinse with coconut water. 4. Grated Potato: It has been established that raw grated potato or even cold raw potato slices can brighten the skin. I've used these components to lighten dark circles before and had good results. Try it out for yourself and see how it goes. 5. Herbal Teas: By now, most of us are aware of the dangers of too much sugar in tea and coffee. We've turned to healthier alternatives such as herbal teas and non-sugary beverages. If you've made the switch to herbal teas, don't toss the tea bags in the trash; instead, keep them refrigerated. Use them on your eyes after you've done an eye massage. Chamomile tea bags are excellent for this and have been shown to significantly brighten the eye region! You are now prepared to reduce dark circles with these great natural recipes. But, be warned, no skincare routine is complete without its magic ingredient, which is consistency and discipline. So get started now!
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on January 28 2022 at 11:44 PM
Aside from the obvious classifications like straight, wavy, curly, and coily, there are a few other aspects to consider when determining your hair type, such as the porosity of your hair and the moisture of your scalp. Everything you need to know about discovering your specific hair type and what it entails for your daily hair care routine is outlined here. Hair TextureYour hair is straight if it dries straight without bending or curling (or type 1, as it is commonly referred to). It's considered wavy if it dries with a slight curve or "S" shape (type 2). Curly (type 3) hair dries with a defined curl or loop pattern, whereas coily hair dries with tight curls, spirals, or zig-zag patterns (type 4). Hair StructureWhen we talk about hair structure, we're talking about the thickness of the strands, which has an impact on how well your hair holds styles and reacts to different products. Your hair can be classified into three types: fine, medium, and coarse (or thick). Take a single strand from your hairbrush and place it down on a simple, flat surface to see which category your hair belongs to. Next, cut a six-inch piece of sewing thread (in a colour that matches your hair if possible) and place it next to your strand of hair. If your hair is fine, it is thinner than a sewing thread, and if it is thicker, it is most likely coarse. Anything in the middle would be considered middling. Hair PorosityThe ability of your hair to absorb moisture and product is referred to as porosity. Placing a single strand of hair in a bowl of water is an easy technique to determine the porosity of your hair. If your strand sinks to the bottom, it has a high porosity, meaning it absorbs all of the moisture. Your hair is well-balanced and of "average" porosity if the strand remains below the surface but hovers above the bowl's bottom. Finally, if a strand of hair floats above the water's surface, your hair has poor porosity, which implies it has a hard time absorbing moisture. Scalp MoistureDetermining the health of your scalp might be more difficult than it appears, as you may have both an oily scalp and dry, split ends. We recommend evaluating your hair and scalp on the second day after a wash to evaluate how oily or not your scalp is. You most likely have an oily scalp if your roots appear flat and greasy. In that scenario, we recommend mixing our oil control hair goal with your shampoo to assist regulate your scalp's sebum production and prevent build up. If your scalp is flaking, it's likely that it's dry and in need of a gentler, hydrating shampoo like one of our personalised formulas. Following these hair tests, you'll most likely discover that your hair is a combination of several types: curly yet porous, or fine but excessively dry. In either case, knowing your hair type will help you make better and easier hair care selections so that your strands always look and feel their best.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on January 10 2022 at 02:17 AM
The New Year is a time when we say our goodbyes to the previous year and open our arms to new beginnings. It gives us a second chance to start over, here are some ideas for things you can do at home this year: Create a Photo Booth at Home: Photo booths have become a popular trend among people in recent months, regardless of the occasion. Those who want to stay at home this year and make memories can make a photo booth at home that will be remembered for a lifetime. Make a mocktail: Mocktails are not only tasty, but they're also healthy, and they're a lot more enjoyable to make. So, on New Year's Day, hold a competition among your family members to see who can make the best mocktail. You can watch your family members get creative while making the drink while preparing it. Relax and try to spend time for yourself: Working from home has increased people's stress levels due to increased responsibilities; as a result, this New Year's Eve, try to do something for yourself. Sit back, unwind, and spend time with your loved ones. Some people can even meditate or simply choose the best spa therapy to heal them completely. Make DIY Crafts: Nowadays, people prefer to order decorations from the internet, even for a small party or celebration. Those who prefer to stay at home can decoupage on old glass bottles or make party hats or other items that will attract the attention of others. This method will not only make you happy, but it will also reveal your creative side to the rest of the world. Sign up for a Run Start: This programme is for those who want to start the year off right. On January 1st, there are usually a slew of events and runs across the country. As a result, those who are interested can enrol and make the most of the coming year.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on January 10 2022 at 12:11 AM
There are literally hundreds of different lipsticks available in various tones and finishes, so choosing the right one can be difficult. How to Pick a Dark LipstickIt's crucial to consider your lip colour as well as your skin tone when selecting a deep or dark lipstick. Keep these things in mind if you're trying deep shades for the first time:A gloss is a forgiving way to wear a deep lip. Even women with lighter lips can wear these colours if they use lip gloss, and it's a nice evening look. Anything with a shimmer, like a gloss, will diffuse the intensity of a dark colour and make it more wearable. How to Pick a Nude LipstickNude doesn't always imply "skin colour" when it comes to lips. It's not so much about finding a lip colour that matches your natural lip colour as it is about highlighting them in a tone that looks natural to you.Finding a nude lip shade that matches or is one shade darker than your inner lip is a good place to start when determining "your" nude lip shade. Tinted balms and glosses add a pop of colour to your lips while also enhancing their natural colour. How to Pick a Vibrant LipstickIt may be easier to choose bright colours (pink, orange, and red shades) than the perfect nude. However, with so many choices, it's easy to become overwhelmed at the cosmetics counter. Here are some pointers if you're new to finding a flattering bright:The way a bright lip is finished makes a huge difference. A saturated satin or cream finish looks classic, and a matte lip looks very modern and adds strength. Sheer formulas are fresh and youthful, a saturated satin or cream finish looks classic, and a matte lip looks very modern and adds strength.Choose a colour that suits your tastes: Warmer tones are softer, while cooler tones are often brighter. Remember that a sheerer lip colour will be more forgiving and versatile. Sheering out a bright lipstick with lip balm is one way to make it work for you.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on January 09 2022 at 11:46 PM
Everyone is guilty of keeping makeup and skin-care products on their counters for longer than they should. For the sake of your skin, hair, and body, it's time to say "out with the old" in the New Year. MakeupMascara and liquid or gel eyeliner: Three- or four-months When you apply eye makeup, bacteria from your lashes and lids enter the wand or brush, which then returns to the bottle when you close it. Lip gloss and balm: A yearFirst and foremost, congrats if you managed to keep a lip product for an entire year without losing it! It's now time to bid farewell. Consider the number of germs you're exposing it to multiple times per day. Liquid foundation: A yearEven though foundation is technically safe to keep for a year, there are a few guidelines to follow to ensure it doesn't go bad on you. Anything powder (blush, eyeshadow, foundation, etc.): Two yearsBecause bacteria cannot thrive in the absence of moisture, powder products are generally less filthy than liquid products. Skin careCleansers: One year laterYou should wash your face on a regular basis (at least every night if not morning and night). Serums: Six months laterChange your serums at least twice a year, which may be the most unpleasant news ever. This is because water-based formulations can be a breeding ground for microorganisms. Moisturizers: Six months to a yearIf you're using a water-based moisturiser, it's advisable to say goodbye after only six months (because to the high concentration of H2O, which is another bacteria-friendly playground). However, if your go-to is oil-based, you can keep it for a year (bacteria can't grow as easily in oil). Body lotion: Six months to two yearsWhen it comes to lotion, there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all solution—it all depends on what you're working with. Many traditional lotions can last up to two years if stored properly. Oil-only products can be stored without water for up to 18 months. Shower ProductsBody wash: Six monthsGiven that your body wash is what keeps you clean, you'll want to make sure it stays that way. If you don't finish a bottle in less than six months, toss it and start over at least twice a year. Scrubs: Six monthsWhen it comes to scrub storage, keep them out of the shower, especially if they're in a tub or jar. Shampoo and conditioner: Two or three yearsConsider this your new justification for washing your hair only once a week.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on January 08 2022 at 04:13 PM
It can be difficult to know what really works with the influx of new skin-care products, anti-aging treatments, and constant advice on how to treat your skin. But fear not: here is a list of five skin-care myths, as well as the truth behind them.Myth 1: Expensive skin care products are the most effective.That is not the case. The majority of the active ingredients in off-brand skin creams are identical to those found in high-end boutiques. That isn't to say that the more expensive products aren't effective. However, you can get a similar product for a lot less money.Myth 2: When shopping for skin care, your age is an important factor to consider.The skin of a fifty-year-old woman does not automatically shrivel and dry up. Almost all products are designed for dry skin, so there isn't much of a difference between products for women under fifty and those for women over fifty.Myth 3: On a cloudy day, you don't need sunscreen.The fact that you can't see the sun through the clouds doesn't mean UV radiation isn't reaching the ground. So, if you're going to be outside for an extended period of time, wear sunscreen.Myth 4: It's better to pop a pimple to get the pus out.Though popping that sucker may feel good, the truth is that a lot of the pus just goes deeper into your skin. This can result in inflammation that spreads beneath the surface of the skin. This is why new zits can appear right next to old ones.Myth 5: There is a wrinkle-removal product on the market.Unfortunately, this is also a myth. There isn't a magic bullet for getting rid of wrinkles. Preventative measures, such as sunscreen and moisturising products, are the best you can do. Of course, there are wrinkle-reducing products on the market, but they're unfortunately here to stay.Women are constantly bombarded with "truths" about skin care thanks to mass marketing. Before doing anything else, always consult a trusted Tucson dermatologist like those at Specialists in Dermatology for the most up-to-date information on proper skin-care. This can assist you in distinguishing the truths from the myths.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on January 06 2022 at 03:13 AM
Understanding your skin type and how it responds to different situations or seasons is the most crucial step in caring for your skin. Although everyone's skin is different, there are a few common skin types that can help you figure out where yours belongs. Oily, Combination and Dry skin types are the three most common skin types. Here are two simple at-home methods for determining your skin type: THE BARE-FACED APPROACHUse a gentle cleanser to completely cleanse your face before gently patting it dry. Allow your skin to breathe (and do not apply any additional moisturizers, serums or treatments). Examine your cheeks, chin, nose, and forehead for any shine after 30 minutes. Evaluate whether your skin feels parched after another 30 minutes, especially if you smile or make any other facial expressions. Your skin is most likely dry if it feels tight.Your skin is most likely a combination if there is a significant sheen on your nose and forehead. You have oily skin if you have shine on your cheeks in addition to your forehead and nose. METHOD OF BLOTTING SHEETSThis method is significantly faster, and it's often a good way to tell the difference between oily and dry skin. Using blotting paper, gently pat the various parts of your face. To determine how much oil is visible, hold the sheet up to the light. You most likely have dry skin if the sheet picked up little to no oil. If oil is visible on the blotting sheet from the forehead and nose, your skin is mixed.Finally, if the blotting paper is completely saturated with oil, you most certainly have oily skin. The demands of our skin can change over time, so it's important to take the time to figure out what they are so that it can function and look its best. Keeping your skin's health in mind and "checking in" on a frequent basis to see whether any changes to your present regimen are required can maintain it balanced and lovely.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on January 04 2022 at 01:14 AM
Examine your hair-care regimen as the first step toward getting your frizzy hair to do what you want it to do. When it comes to frizzy hair, less is sometimes more: fewer shampoos and treatments, less frequent use of heat tools, and less fussing can all help reduce flyaway. Here are a few tips: Do Things Differently to Find Out What Works BestAfter you get out of the shower, apply a little more product to your frizzy locks than usual. To see which conditioners and anti-frizz styling products work best for your hair, try a few different ones. Your Hair Should Be MoisturizedIf you don't give your frizzy hair the hydration it needs with moisturising products and proper care, it will get it from somewhere else, such as the humidity in the air. If this happens, you're not going to like the results. Using the right products to hydrate your hair can help you get rid of frizzStart with a moisturising shampoo and conditioner to smooth frizzy hair, then move on to products designed specifically for this purpose. Choose the right shampoo for your frizzy hair and avoid over washing itA clarifying shampoo is the first step in removing product build-up from your hair. If the build-up is severe, get a significant haircut. Choose the best conditioner for your frizzy hair to moisturise and nourish itTo keep your hair moisturised, use a hydrating conditioner with keratin, protein, and/or natural oils. Protein-infused conditioners control frizz and add shine, and natural oils absorb better into hair than synthetic oils. Apply a small amount of leave-in conditionerTouch-ups on frizzy hair can also be done throughout the day with a nourishing conditioner. Try diluting a small amount of conditioner and using your hands to apply it only to the tips of your hair. Throughout the day, this will make your frizzy locks smoother and shinier. Deep conditioning is essential for long-term successOnce a month, deep condition your frizzy hair with a moisturising treatment or mask. To help the product penetrate, cover it with a plastic shower cap and leave it on for an hour. Another option for dry, frizzy hair is hot oil treatmentsHot oil treatments can be done once to three times per month on frizzy hair, depending on the need. When used correctly, these treatments can improve the elasticity and sheen of frizzy hair. Excessive use can result in greasy hair. Use Frizz Taming Hair Styling Products to FinishA small amount should be smoothed over frizzy hair after being rubbed between your palms and fingers. To keep the hair looking as smooth as possible, spritz it with a light hairspray.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on January 04 2022 at 01:05 AM
The terms 'thinning hair' and 'hair loss' are frequently used interchangeably. Hair thinning and hair loss are related, but their issues are very different. Regular check-ups can help you spot the signs of hair thinning and intervene professionally under medical supervision when necessary. What is meant by Hair Thinning?Hair thinning, also known as Male Pattern Thinning or Female Pattern Thinning, occurs in both men and women, but the pattern in which the hair thins differs. It usually starts on the crown or at receding hairlines, then spreads to the top of the head, causing hair thinning. Thinning is seen on the top of the frontal region in female pattern thinning. Reason Behind hair loss?Hair loss is usually reversible if preventative measures are taken in a timely manner. Hair loss occurs when hair begins to shed from the roots or when the scalp experiences hair breakage. Hair loss causes abnormalities in the hair shaft, which eventually leads to androgenic alopecia. If hair thinning continues, it may eventually result in baldness. Causes behind hair thinning?The most common and recognisable causes of hair thinning are causes that are hereditary or genetic, deficiencies in nutrition and the immune system, crash dieting results in rapid weight loss, stress can be either emotional or physical, sleep deprivation, a bad way of life, Thyroid disorder, PCOD, and other hormonal imbalances and disorders, the process of ageing (when predisposed to balding, genetically), to gain lean muscle mass, people use steroids or other supplements, self-medication that has gone unchecked, long-term use of anabolic steroids, contraceptive pill use and gynaecological problems in women and certain acute illnesses, such as typhoid, malaria, jaundice, and tuberculosis (TB), exacerbate the problem of hair thinning and loss.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on January 04 2022 at 12:46 AM
It can be difficult to know where to begin with so many serums and moisturisers that claim to lift, tighten, and brighten your skin. So, if you want to start an anti-aging skin-care routine but aren't sure where to start, we've got you covered. Continue reading for some anti-aging skincare tips for beginners.Sunscreen is a must-haveUVA and UVB rays are one of the leading causes of premature ageing in people of all skin types. The best way to protect your skin from them is to use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30.Moisturizer is a must-haveMoisturizer, like broad-spectrum SPF, is a must in any anti-aging skin-care routine, and using the two together can help to make a noticeable difference in the appearance of your skin as you get older.Incorporate an eye cream into your daily routineBecause the skin around your eyes is thinner than the rest of your face, it's more likely to show signs of ageing sooner. By incorporating a daily eye cream into our routine, we can avoid this.Include an Antioxidant Serum in your routineExternal aggressors such as UV rays, smoke, and pollution produce free radicals, which are unstable molecules. These molecules can cling to the skin and damage cells, resulting in fine lines and wrinkles. To get environmental protection from free radicals, try incorporating an antioxidant serum into your daily routine, like vitamin C.Change Your Way of LifeBad habits could be the source of some early signs of ageing when it comes to ageing. Eating junk food, not drinking enough water, smoking, laying out in the sun all day, and not getting enough sleep are all factors that can lead to premature skin ageing.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on December 18 2021 at 05:03 PM
Dry skin is one of the few things that can ruin your makeup look. It can be difficult to maintain a smooth and even complexion in the winter, especially if you have dry skin that is peeling or flaking. If you've tried countless times to slather your face in the most hydrating products but still feel like getting a smooth and even makeup application is impossible in the winter, we've got you covered. Here are some tips: It's All in the Preparation Start incorporating serums, moisturisers, and face mists with hydrating ingredients like hyaluronic acid or glycerin into your routine if you haven't already. Exfoliate your skin! Exfoliating, in addition to using moisturising skin care products, is one of the most effective ways to get rid of flaking skin. It also aids in product absorption, which may be hindered by flakes and dead surface skin cells that prevent penetration. Instead of harsh physical exfoliants like scrubs, the key to exfoliating dry skin is to use a gentle chemical exfoliant. Do not bother with the Foundation Instead of using a full-coverage foundation to cover any dry patches, use a lighter formula like a tinted moisturiser, BB cream, or CC cream. This will keep makeup from clinging to dry flakes and give you a cakey look. Pat, but don't rub When using a brush or a pressing technique with a makeup sponge to apply foundation to dry or peeling skin, make sure to apply it in one direction. You don't want to swish the brush around your face too much (in different directions) because it will cause friction on the skin, which will cause it to peel even more. Be Strategic When Using Powders Whether you're someone who has combination-to-dry skin or someone who likes a matte finish, you can use a powder, but you have to be strategic about placement. Also, make sure you choose a finely milled powder and one that isn't full coverage.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on December 18 2021 at 04:31 PM
Here, I've put together six skincare and makeup tips I think we'll need to follow in 2022 (as well as a few trends), and how to prep yourself to embrace it all. Skincare Layer Upon Moisture Cooler temps can drain the skin of hydration, deplete our natural moisture barrier, and contribute to developing fine lines and wrinkles. A great way to combat this is to switch to products that are more suited for the season, like a richer moisturizer. Stop Worrying About Worry Lines More targeted ingredients, like peptides, will continue to be more common in the new year as they are great at helping to diminish fine lines and wrinkles and also do wonders for increasing moisture levels. Exfoliation Is Key Removing the top layer of dead skin cells on the surface of your skin will reveal more radiant fresher skin cells below and help to promote cellular turnover. Whether you're using gentle daily exfoliation or once weekly deep peeling and exfoliating, you will absolutely see results. Vitamin C Isn't Just Good for Colds Vitamin C is a powerhouse ingredient that will help diminish dull tired-looking skin and boost a glow worthy of bragging about. Not to mention, vitamin C also helps with dark spots, hydration and firmness — basically everything you want to make your skin look phenomenal. Makeup Give Soft Brows a Try The trend of "social media" style brows — those that are fully drawn in and overly sharp — will be left behind in the New Year. Softer, more natural brows will be huge in 2022 and it's time to embrace them. Make Your Products Work Overtime You don't have to use things in just one way. If the paper can become the most luscious lashes ever, then a lipstick can be blush, and blush can be an eyeshadow, and eyeliner can be lipliner, etc. Beauty is what makes us feel uniquely special. It's art, so be playful!
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on December 18 2021 at 02:27 PM
Any skin-care routine should aim to tune up your complexion so it performs at its best, as well as troubleshoot or target any areas you want to improve. Cleansing Washing your face is the most fundamental and necessary step in any routine. Wash your face twice a day, morning and night, to avoid blocked pores, dullness, and acne. Exfoliating scrubs should be used only once a week and should not contain crushed walnut shells or abrasive substances. Toning Here are some hero ingredients to look for if you have the time and inclination: To gently remove dead skin cells that can clog pores, repair sun-damaged skin, and reduce dullness, use alpha and beta hydroxy acids (AHAs & BHAs). Hyaluronic acid is also used to increase hydration, lock in dewiness, and swell skin to cure fine wrinkles softly. Rosewater and green tea have anti-inflammatory properties that help to soothe inflammation and minimise redness. Vitamin E and C, on the other hand, can help to combat daily exposure to free radicals, which can prematurely age your skin. Serums Serums, in a nutshell, are potent skin buddies. Look for the following goods to address specific issues: Hyaluronic acid prevents moisture loss by sealing in hydration and strengthening the barrier function (the top layer of your skin). With sustained use, vitamin C can help to lighten dull skin and reduce dark spots. Vitamin B3, retinol, and peptides encourage the development of collagen and elastin, two proteins in the body that help prevent wrinkles and sagging of the skin. Colloidal sulphur, niacinamide, and colloidal sulphur help to relieve redness and irritation by reducing inflammation and improving acne with antibacterial properties. Moisturizing A moisturizer's most fundamental function is to hydrate and soften the skin. Morning creams contain antioxidants to combat pollution-induced free radicals and sunscreen to protect you from harmful UV rays. Eye Creams You might want to try one if you have specific issues, such as hyperpigmentation, dryness, or puffiness. Sunscreen The most important skin-care product is, without a doubt, sunscreen. Experts recommend using a daily moisturiser with a broad-spectrum SPF of at least 30 to make it easier to remember.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on December 18 2021 at 11:11 AM
When the temperature drops, people with dry skin may find that sticking to the same skincare routine all year seems less effective. As a result, it is critical to make a few changes to your skincare routine during the winter months in order to maintain healthy skin. Here are a few straightforward tips for dealing with dry skin: Limit Your Shower Time It is recommended that people with dry skin use warm water instead of hot or cold water to care for their skin. Showers should be limited to no more than 10 minutes, as long showers can cause the skin to become dry. Apply moisturizer immediately after taking a shower A moisturiser must be applied within a few minutes of bathing or washing your face, hands, and legs for it to be effective. Use ointments or creams instead of lotions because they are more effective and less irritating. Use unscented skincare products Avoid scented soaps and products containing alcohol, fragrance, retinoids, or alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA). These products usually strip the skin of its natural oils, worsening the skin's condition. Stay warm The last but not least tip for dealing with dry skin is to keep warm, whether you're inside or outside. To stay warm, wear layers and cotton clothing. Take care of your lips Use lip balm on a regular basis to protect your lips this winter. Exfoliate and hydrate to avoid chapped lips. However, dry skin can be a symptom of a deeper problem, ranging from vitamin deficiency and dehydration to diabetes and hypothyroidism. Getting in touch with a dermatologist can help you figure out what's causing your dry skin and how to treat it.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on December 12 2021 at 10:23 PM
Snail mucin, also known as snail slime, is one of the most talked-about new skincare ingredients. Snails, as in the little critters that live in your garden or appear on fancy French restaurant menus. To be sure, there's an ick factor, but if you can get past that, snail mucin is a surprisingly effective ingredient. Dermatologists point out that it hasn't been studied as thoroughly as many of its other skincare ingredient counterparts, so it's critical to separate the science from the hype. Type Of Ingredient: Moisturizer and collagen-stimulator Main Benefits: Moisturizes skin, promotes collagen production, aids in skin healing and regeneration. Who Should Use It: Snail mucin can be used on all skin types, but it is recommended for those with dry skin because of its hydrating properties. And, unless you're allergic to the ingredient, most people tolerate it just fine. (However, because it is derived from an animal, it is not suitable for vegans.) How Often Can You Use It: This is largely dependent on why you're using it (since it has numerous advantages) and what kind of product it's in. In general, you can take snail mucin once or twice a day. Works Well With: It's frequently combined with antioxidants and retinol, as well as staples like vitamin C, glycolic acid, and other moisturizing ingredients. Don't Use With: It is unknown whether it interacts poorly with other ingredients because research is still limited. There is currently no evidence that it does. Recommended products: Cosrx Advance Snail 92 All in One cream If you want to use snail mucin as a multi-purpose anti-aging ingredient, look for it in a serum, which will have a higher concentration of the ingredient. Apply it in the morning and evening, after cleansing and before applying any other products.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on December 12 2021 at 12:15 PM
Almost everyone has had bad brows at some point in their lives. When our brows aren't looking their best, we quickly realise how important they are in shaping and framing our faces. Here are some easy steps to make your brows look perfect: Step 1: Brush your eyebrows Brushing your brows can help you understand the direction of hair growth, whether you have sparse growth or dense brows. You can use tweezers to remove unwanted hair in addition to brushing. Step 2: The colour selection Before deciding on a colour, you should think about your skin tone. Go for a shade lighter than your natural hair colour. Step 3: Fill it Begin by outlining the lower line of your brow from the bridge of your nose and gradually work your way outwards. Keep your brows within their natural boundaries. Avoid using harsh lines and instead go for a more feathery look. Step 4: Conceal it Don't worry if you make minor mistakes; a concealer will cover them up. You can also use a highlighter to add lift to your brow bone. Step 5: The finishing part Apply a brow gel to help keep your brows in place and ensure they stay in place throughout the day. Now, you’re good to go! Many people overlook their brows when applying makeup, but they are one of the most important features that give you a polished appearance. Even if you don't like wearing makeup, a well-defined brow can help you look groomed.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on December 11 2021 at 11:38 PM
Face oils are beneficial to the skin. Face oils, contrary to popular belief, are beneficial even for those with problematic (oily/acne-prone/sensitive) skin, as they can help to alleviate the issues. And, if you use the right oil for your skin type, you'll see results quickly, including glowing, healthy skin. The following is a list of oils that are suitable for different skin types: Normal Skin Oils that work best for normal skin are those that are not too heavy. Jojoba, marula and coconut oils are effective for normal skin types. Dry Skin For dry skin, apricot kernel oil, extra virgin coconut oil and almond oil are ideal. Oily Skin Tea tree oil, argan oil or grapeseed oil work as astringents for oily skin. These are light and not too greasy. Thus, they don’t clog the pores further. Combination Skin Marula, jojoba and flaxseed oils are ideal for combination skin. They can keep the skin moist and nourished while preventing acne in the oily areas of the face. Sensitive Skin Moringa oil and aloe vera oil are effective for sensitive skin. They also help prevent acne and reduce redness. Acne-Prone Skin There are anti-acne oils that are completely safe to use, such as tea tree oil, pomegranate oil and rosehip oil. Face oils are required for different skin types. There isn't a single type that is suitable for all skin types. In fact, the wrong oil can aggravate an existing skin problem.
Posted By: Shrabana Manna on December 11 2021 at 02:45 PM
The dry winter wind strips the moisture from your lips as the temperatures drop, leaving them chapped, flaky, slit, sore, and everything else. However, with proper winter lip care and the use of moisturising lip products, you can protect your lips from the cold weather's wrath. Here are five winter lip care tips: Use a lip balm regularly The most important rule of winter lip care is to keep your lips hydrated at all times. Apply a generous amount of lip balm to your lips before going out, and then top it off with lipstick. Steer clear from licking your lips For a short time, it may feel like it moisturises your lips, but the air causes the saliva to evaporate quickly, leaving them feeling drier. Apply a lip balm to hydrate your lips whenever they feel dry. Don’t peel or pluck To keep your lips healthy and avoid further skin problems like scabs and blisters, avoid peeling or picking at the flaky skin on your lips. Instead, treat them right away with lip oil or ointment. Petroleum jelly works like a charm When your lips are peeling or cracked, avoid scrubbing or brushing them harshly. It can cause infection and, in the worst-case scenario, lip sores. Keep yourself hydrated Lip products are important for winter lip care, but keeping yourself hydrated by drinking plenty of water is just as important. It shows on your skin when your body is hydrated from within. Although the harsh winter winds may cause your lips to feel tight and dry, that doesn't mean you have to wait until spring to wear your favourite lipstick or achieve a selfie-worthy pout.