Showing posts with label Skin Care. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Skin Care. Show all posts

Beauty Tips-Face Mask Tips

1. TOMATO MASK: For oily skin, mash up a ripe tomato and wait on for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse with hot (not so hot) water.
2. BANANA MASH: Mash up a very ripe banana. Add honey, as much required to make a soft pulp. Apply on your face and hair. This is such a great firming mask that aging movie stars have been identified to put it in the cups of their bras to make their breasts "perky." (Just check that you don't use too much honey and you use a sturdy bra.)  

3. HONEY MASK: Apply uncontaminated honey (straight from the bottle) to your face and your neckline. Allow it to locate until dry (about 15 minutes). Rinse with very temperate hot water.
  4. APPLE MASK: Peel two apples and make a paste with adding one table spoon of honey now apply it on the face and Wash it with cold water after 20 minutes.  

5. SCRUB FOR OILY SKIN: This scrub help you to get rid of your dirt and the superficial dead skin. This scrub should be used more than once in a week. Never try this scrub on dry skin. Take two teaspoon of fine bran with a quarter of dried yeast and one teaspoon of lemon juice along with a table spoon of water. Gently massage the thick paste so formed in the skin, especially on and around the nose and chin area. Don't apply around the eyes. Wash it after 1-2 minutes using warm water.
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1. Make a mixture of mehndi and oil and apply it on the face.

2. Make a paste of 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice and glycerin and apply it on the spots.

3. Make a mixture of turmeric and curry leaves and apply on the face and wash it after 15 minutes.

4. Grind dried basil leaf, neem and mint (100 gm each). Add some turmeric powder and rose water to make it a paste and apply it on the spots.
5. Grind betel leaf and add a little coconut oil and apply it on the spots.

6.Soak a chapatti in milk overnight. Make it into a paste, apply it on black head. and continue it for several days.

7. Make a paste of saffron and add some honey now apply it on the face to remove your black spots.

8. For removing black spots, apply a paste of turmeric and basil.

9. To remove wrinkles on the face, apply a mixture of sandalwood powder, rosewater and glycerin. After some time Wash it with cold water.

Tips For Healthy Skin

Get started with these five no-nonsense tips. 

1.Protect yourself from the sun

The Most Important thing is protects your self from sun. If you spend more time it causes wrinkles, age spots and other skin problems

  • Use Sunscreen Lotions
  • Seek Shade
  • Wear Protective Clothes 

2.Don't smoke

If you smoke that makes the skin looks older.The beauty of skin is based on blood flow also,if you smoke it decrease blood flow.

3.Treat your skin gently

  • Limit bath time
  • Avoid strong soaps
  • Shave carefully
  • Pat dry
  • Moisturize dry skin   

4.Eat a healthy diet

A healthy diet is also important thing you look and feel good.Eat more vegetables and fruits and lean proteins.

5. Manage stress

The last but not the least tip is avoid your stress.The results might be more dramatic than you expect.

Health And Beauty

Are You In a Skin Care Rut? Look Out for These Signs

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Our bodies (and our skin) are constantly changing. As we get older, gain or lose weight, change our diet, or even experience a change in seasons or environment, everything has an impact on our skin. However, many of us maintain an unchanged skin care routine, even when our skin itself is changing. Your skin may be in a rut, and that has to end! Below are the signs you’re in a skin care rut — and how to bust out of it right now.

Your  skin no longer has a healthy glow.
If you look in the mirror and your skin looks dull, it’s time to change things up. Maybe use a different exfoliant (or start using one to begin with) as this will eliminate excess dead skin cells which will allow your healthy skin to shine through, suggests Gabriela Santana-Blackburn, Executive Director of Esthetics and Teacher Training at Tricoci University of Beauty Culture.

Your pores are not clear (they are clogged) and you get oily skin.
You may want to try using products that contain salicylic acid. “Salicylic acid is a lipophillic acid, meaning it loves oil. It goes after the oil on the skin and in the clogged pores and breaks it down,” says Santana-Blackburn.

Does your skin seem dry in the winter and oily in the summer?
Or vice-versa? If your skin is changing with the seasons, why not change what you put on your face? We’d never wear our winter coat in August, so it makes sense to switch up heavy creams for light moisturizers (and the like) from winter to summer.

You are using skincare products you used 10 years ago.
When was the last time you re-evaluated your skin care regime and shook things up a bit? As we age, our skin type may change. The skin naturally produces less sebum, is prone to hyperpigmentation and becomes less hydrated, says  Dr. Roshini Raj, a celebrity doctor, women’s health expert and Co-founder of TULA. While your regular skin care routine may have worked perfectly well for you in the past, today it’s time to reevaluate your skin and possibly switch to more potent, nourishing formulas that target dehydration and dark spots. 

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You keep slathering moisturizer on but your skin feels tight, thirsty or dry.
This is a sign that your moisturizer is inappropriate for your skin type or that cream or lotion isn’t jam packed with the right hydrating ingredients, says Liliana Aranda of FACES Mobile Spa, an esthetician, certified in oncology esthetics.

You can’t remember the last time you cleaned out your beauty stash. 
Cleaning out your makeup drawer and getting organized is an ideal way to embrace the “out with the old and in with the new” saying. Get rid of anything that’s been sticking around for a while and use the opportunity to upgrade to some new skin treats.

Your eye cream leaves your under eye area dry the next day.
Possibly lacking the nutrients, the delicate eye area needs to plump up and fight wrinkles (vitamins, hyaluronic acid, etc.).

Your serums “do nothing” on your skin.
Paying big bucks for a caviar serum with sea minerals sounds exotic but those ingredients may do absolutely nothing for your particular skin type. Time to find more skin-appropriate ingredients, says Aranda.

How to Prevent Dry Skin Caused by Cold Weather

As the temperature drops during the cold winter months, humidity levels often drop with it. It's these lower levels of humidity that can wreak havoc on your skin, drying it out. Fortunately, there are several ways to help prevent your skin from drying out, even during the coldest months of the year. Four methods for preventing cold weather dryness are listed below. 

The first and arguably most effective may to keep your skin from drying out during the winter months is to moisturize. That said, the most important time to moisturize is just after bathing, as water alone is enough to wash away your skin's healthy oils. Cleansers, no matter how gentle, also dry out your skin making it doubly important that you moisturize each and every time you step out of a bath or shower. 

The next method that will help prevent your skin from drying out during the winter months involves drinking plenty of water on a daily basis. Your body is made up primary of water and your skin is no different. Though drinking a glass of water isn't an immediate fix for dry skin, drinking a reasonable about of water on a regular basis will help keep your skin cells properly hydrated, which will help prevent dry skin at the cellular level. 

A third may to keep your skin from becoming too dry is to fight back against winter's lower humidity, as it's known to be a leading cause of skin dryness. One of the most effective ways to do this is installing a humidifier at your home (and office if possible) and raising the indoor humidity to a level where it will no longer have a negative impact on your skin. Keeping indoor humidity levels between thirty and fifty percent is often recommended. 

A fourth may of preventing dry skin during the winter months is to always dress appropriately for the weather. Be sure to dress in layers and cover any exposed skin to keep it protected from the elements whenever you venture outside. This doesn't mean you should overdress, however. Overdressing can cause you to become overheated and sweaty, which can over time also lead to dry, irritated skin. On the same note, if your clothes become wet from the snow or rain, be sure to change into dry clothes as soon as possible. 

Cold weather and dry skin often go hand-in-hand. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to help prevent your skin from drying out during the cold winter months. By getting a humidifier for your home and office, always moisturizing after bathing, drinking plenty of water, and dressing appropriately for the weather, you will be better able to fend off that dreaded cold weather dryness.