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Layering Skin Care Products – 8 Steps To Follow

Layering Skin Care Products – 8 Steps To Follow

Let’s face it; you probably spent a large sum of money on the best skincare products for your skin. So the last thing you want to do is use them incorrectly. If you don’t know how to apply them in the proper order, you won’t be able to get the most out of each product.Often people keep changing products because they don't work for them. But, this can also be because of the product not being applied correctly. This is where the art of layering skin care products is needed.So take a look at these 8 steps to get your money’s worth and to layer products like a pro. Step 1: Cleanse(Cleansing the face)Before applying anything, your face must be clean and fresh. The primary...

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Ways To Make A Facial Oil That Will Make Your Skin Soft & Silky

by Sierra BrightThe beauty industry probably doesn’t want you to know, but I would like to let you in on a little secret: there’s no reason to spend your hard earned money on expensive moisturizers.If you work hard to have and maintain good skin, i.e., you never lie down in a tanning bed or let yourself sizzle for hours in the sun, you eat right, stay hydrated, wash your face every night and moisturize regularly, you’ve probably also bought into some of the advertising gimmicks out there. That means you’ve likely spent some serious cash too, only to find out your money wasn’t exactly well spent as that highly touted product turned out to be filled with empty promises.If you’ve been using store-bought facial moisturizers...

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10 Home Remedies to Rid & Prevent Dry Skin On Face

Home Remedies For Dry Skin1. Oil Therapy Rub some olive, coconut or almond oil mildly onto your hands, legs, and rest of the body prior to bathing. A warm oil massage works even better. This will enable your skin to retain moisture after a bath and make your skin soft and smooth.2. Coconut Oil Coconut oil works as a natural moisturizer and helps in treating dry, scaly skin – making it soft and smooth. This oil is an easily available dry skin home remedy. It contains ample amounts of fatty acid that can compensate for any loss of moisture from the skin. It works its full magic when left on the skin overnight.3. Castor Oil Castor oil is bestowed with natural therapeutic powers of ricinoleic acid and vitamin E...

Know Simple and Affordable Tips for Healthy Bright Skin

Know Simple and Affordable Tips for Healthy Bright Skin

Don’t be fooled by those flashy and expensive skincare products you see in cosmetic stores. Most dermatologists would tell you that the difference between a high-end moisturizer and Cataphyll is just in the price. In fact, a study published in the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology several years ago found that over-the-counter moisturizers were just as effective as prescription creams for certain skin conditions. With that beings said, effective skincare for healthy, glowing, and bright skin boils down to three simple steps: cleanse, moisturize, and protect. To see how you can perform all three steps in a simple and affordable way, keep reading.Use oils to remove makeup Removing makeup with skin-friendly oils like jojoba, grape seed, and even cold-pressed sunflower oil can help start your cleansing...

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5 Best Ways to Eliminate Wrinkles from Your Face Naturally

How to Get Ride of Wrinkles Naturally ...

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Ayurveda Recipes: The Benefits Of Baking Soda For Skin

Ayurveda Recipes: The Benefits Of Baking Soda For Skin...

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11 Reasons You Should Start Collecting Pine Needles

by Sierra BrightOf the many types of conifers native to North America, pines are recognized by their thin, long needles that usually come in bundles of 2-5. But some, like the foxtail pine and bristlecone pine, have very short needles. The fallen needles that cover the ground beneath the trees are mainly used as mulch in gardens, especially where acidity is desired.Pine nuts and the inner bark of pines are considered survival foods; many Indian tribes and even the early European settlers depended on these foods during the harsh winter months when other edibles were scarce. Many species of pines are known to have medicinal properties as well and have been used extensively by Indians for food and medicine. The needles also contributed to their...

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10 Secret Ways to Use Coconut Oil for Skin – Infographic

Coconut oil has been highly raved about for several years already- and it’s all for good reasons.The oil has been a great help to a handful of health issues. From diabetes, heart problems and even abnormal cholesterol levels, coconut oil has components to address every issue. It can even be used in getting clearer and healthier skin. Here’s how:Coconut oil can prevent premature skin aging by acting as a physical barrier against environmental pollutants. This action stops the oxidative damage that can make you look older than your actual age.Coconut oil has antifungal properties to ward off infections, too. It can even control bacterial growth, especially for cases of acne.The oil also makes a great alternative to your usual exfoliant. It can gently...

Can Food Slow Down The Aging Process?

Can Food Slow Down The Aging Process?

Aging is inevitable, although how well you age can be affected by your lifestyle. Certain choices, including your diet, can influence how aging takes its toll on your mind and body. In this article, learn how food-sourced essential oils can help aging skin and discover some other tips for healthy aging that relate to the foods you eat every day. Can eating less slow down the aging process? While what you eat is important, how much you consume can also influence the rate at which you age. Aging occurs at the cellular level, and new research published in Molecular & Cellular Proteomics has found that reduced calorie consumption slows down the ribosomes within your cells, which slows the aging process.The study compared two groups of mice, with the...