February 27th, 2015
The desire to remove unwanted hair can be due to several factors, or indeed a combination…. Personal comfort, sexual, religious, medical or even cultural. Whatever the reason, remember, remove what you personally want to remove – there is no norm in the removal of unwanted hair.
There are several methods for removing unwanted body hair – each have their pro’s and con’s! Read more »
December 13th, 2014
Any self-respecting hair-care specialist will tell you that it is crucial to use some type of heat protection in the form of a spray, serum, mousse or cream before using tongs, irons, wands and dryers on your precious hair due to the severe heat damage that such tools can cause.
The longest hair can be reduced to shoulder length hair in a relatively short time when not using a suitable heat protectant, due to excessive heat damage which weakens and breaks previously strong and healthy hair. Read more »
December 10th, 2014
Dry and Brittle hair can be caused by many factors such as too much shampooing, styling and dyeing, all of which can damage your hair.
Each on its own doesn’t necessarily cause your hair to become dry and brittle, it’s normally a combination of various maltreatments. Read more »
November 19th, 2014
No one really knows what causes dandruff, although a fungus called malassezia is highly suspected to play a role. Whilst it’s normal to have malassezia on your skin, too much of it is linked to dandruff.
These are some of the common reasons your scalp can become dry and itchy: Read more »
November 17th, 2014
The eyes are the one part of the body to show early signs of sun damage, age and stress. The main causes of ‘dark circles and eye puffiness’ are generally agreed to be caused by too much or too little sleep, eating poorly, getting older and other factors including overconsumption of salt (causing fluid retention), allergies (can cause inflammation and swelling), sinus problems, dehydration, fatigue and stress, crying as well as inherited facial features. Read more »
November 12th, 2014
Anti Aging Products for EYE Wrinkles
The eyes can express love, joy, sadness and excitement amongst other emotions. Shakespear said “The eyes are the windows to the soul”.
The eyes are the one part of the body to show early signs of sun damage, age and stress; of all areas of the skin, using the most natural products/ingredients/remedies is the kindest thing you can do for your eyes. Most skin professionals caution against using creams and treatments meant for the face around the eyes as they can leak into the eyes causing discomfort and possible damage. Read more »
October 19th, 2014
Dermatologists all agree that scrubbing your skin can slow down the rate at which skin ages.
As the skin ages, the cell cycle slows down and as a result skin cells accumulate on the surface making the skin look matte and lacking radiance, which in turn makes it difficult for skincare products to penetrate effectively.
Cleansing alone doesn’t change this, however, exfoliating helps to slough off these dead cells as well as encouraging new cell formation.
How frequently you should exfoliate depends on your own skin-type as well as the climate. It’s always best to start gently to see how your skin reacts. The body has 1.6 trillion skin cells and sheds about 40,000 every hour….. Read more »
September 23rd, 2014
Best anti aging products
Regardless of the name or statements on a product label, you may come across any of the following statements being used to explain an anti-aging or anti-wrinkle products: moisturizer, moisturizing, hydrating, eye lotions, neck lotions, anti-wrinkle, stop ageing treatment, reverse aging, lifting, tightening, rejuvenating, refreshing, innovative, wrinkle repair, and many more. Whether it comes in a cream, a lotion, a gel, or a serum formula, what makes any of those products earn maximum rankings has everything to do with what it contains and how the mixture of its components can benefit your skin. Read more »