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Make Your Skin Soft And Supple

Posted By: admin on August 8, 2011 in Beauty Care Tips, Skin Care - Comments: Comments Off on Make Your Skin Soft And Supple

Make Your Skin Soft And Supple

A beautician once said that it did not matter if a woman did not have a nice profile or well-defined features. She would be considered beautiful if she had good skin.

Before you embark on any beauty program, you have to identify your skin type. Following are the types of skin:

Normal skin

Soft and supple with no areas of excess oiliness or dryness, clear skin with a smooth feel.

Dry skin

Dull and lined in appearance coarse to the touch. Usually feels “tight” after washing. Avoid harsh soap and use a mild skin cleanser, they take a moisturizer.

Oily skin

Sallow complexion with shine. Skin problems like blackheads and acne may occur. Pores and clogged with dirt and excess sebum. Frequent cleansing needed; avoid formulated moisturizers – pure alone gel may be quit useful instead. Apply a mild astringent after cleansing and use a face scrub once a week.

Other types of skin

Combination skin is partly oily, especially at the T-zone area of the forehead, nose and chin, and partly dry at the other areas of the face. Keep dry areas moisturized and use an astringent on the oily parts. Sensitive skin is usually dry and may have red blotches. Because it is sensitive to various ingredients in cosmetics avoidance is crucial. Mild cleansers should be used, and then take a light moisturizer.

Cleansing

Good skin begins with a good cleansing and all beauty-care rituals start with a thorough cleansing of the skin. Skin cleansers are very much like soups, but they do not leave your skin dry. They remove dirt, excess oils, dead skin cells and, course, make-up. Normally, most cleansing creams consist of water-in-oil emulsions with high oil content. This oil content is responsible for the cleansing action of the cream; it dissolves other greases on the skin and cleanses it without stripping the skin completely of its natural oils.

Traditional skin cleansers were called “cold cream” because it felt cool to the skin when applied. They were emulsions of natural waves, vegetable oils and water. Cleansing creams must be able to clean the skin effectively, yet leave it supple. They must be easy to spread and easy to remove with a cotton pad or just water, without irritating the skin. Some cleansing creams contain moisturizing ingredient so that skin will not feel dry.

Moisturizing

Many women overlook the importance of moisturizing their skin. Specially, our skins have to suffer environmental conditions like the heat, air-conditioning and pollution. Water loss is inevitable and so moisturizers are needed to help the skin retain its natural moisture to keep it healthy and looking good.

To some extent, normal skin is protected by its own natural secretions like lipids. If this is removed, the skin will become dry and chapped. All moisturizers contain emollients as its main ingredient. They complement the skin’s natural lipids and help retain moisture. Most moisturizers today are developed to function. Nowadays, it is quite easy to choose a suitable moisturizer for your skin type as most products clearly state the relevant information on their label.

Sunscreen

Posted By: admin on July 9, 2011 in Beauty Care Tips, Personal care, Skin Care - Comments: Comments Off on Sunscreen

SunscreenIt started when tan became a fashion accessory. For years, we all roasted ourselves in the belief that a tan not only made us more desirable, it also ‘healthy’. Now, of course, we know that tans aren’t healthy and that unprotected exposure to the sun has a direct link with spiraling rate of skin cancer. More than 40,000 people all over the world are diagnosed as having skin cancer every year, a tenth of them suffering from the potentially fatal form, malignant melanoma. If we really wanted to be completely safe in the sun, we would keep out of it as much as possible, covering up with hats, long-sleeved T-shirts and sunglasses. Children should always be covered in the sun, as their skin is the most vulnerable.

But it seems we really can’t kick the sunbathing habit. 57 percent of people in Britain admit that the risk of cancer doesn’t stop them sunbathing. Not nearly enough protection for fair skin unused to strong sunlight. And, worst of all, a study that 40 percent of parent admit to having allowed their under-15s to burn at some time.

So is there a way to tan safely? For all but the very fair skinned, you can tan without burning provided that you take it painstakingly slowly, in short, sensible bursts, using the right sunscreen for your skin. But most of us don’t take it slowly or use the right sunscreen. And some experts feel we’ve a lot more to learn about the effects of overexposure to the sun on our bodies and, even with assiduous use of a good sunscreen, we still might be causing sun damage at a deeper level.

However, according to experts once you have a slight tan you do gain a bit of insurance against burning: a tanned person is two to ten times better protected against the sun’s harmful rays than someone with no tan, because UV rays stimulate the production of melanin, which gives skin a protective brown color and thickens it.

What is a sunscreen?

Sunscreen contains chemicals that either reflect the sun’s harmful rays off the skin or absorb them. All protect against UVB, the band of electromagnetic radiation that causes redness, burning and, after pronged exposure, blistering and even second-degree burns. Many products now also screen out UVA. Previously considered harmless, these are the longest rays, which penetrate deep into the skin; they do not burn it but are responsible for reducing its elasticity. Unlike UVB rays, which are at their most intense at midday in the height of summer, UVA rays are constant all year round.

In order to protect your skin the way it has to, all reputable brands are now a complex cocktail of chemicals: standard sunscreen contain UVA/B filters and reflectors, oil, water, emulsifiers to prevent them from separating, emollients to make them feel smooth on the skin, film formers to help them form a protective layer on the skin, stabilizers to stop them deteriorating, preservatives to prevent the growth of bacteria, and fragrance. Whether it’s a lotion, cream, oil or stick, a sunscreen will be a ‘chemical’ or a ‘physical’ formula.

Chemical sunscreens absorb specific bands of UV rays. Most are known as ‘Broad spectrum’ as they contain a blend of chemicals, one to absorb UVB, and the other to reflect UVA rays.

Physical sunscreens merely contain one ingredient that forms a physical barrier on the skin to reflect both UVB and A rays.

Physical sunscreens are more effective than chemical because they literally block out ultraviolet, with the added bonus that they’re unlikely to react with your skin. Chemical formulas have the advantage that they’re absorbed into the skin and so less likely to rub off, but the disadvantage is that they’re more likely to irritate your skin and you may not like the thought of something so chemical being absorbed.

If you can find a suitable sunscreen that contains vitamin E, this vitamin is both an excellent moisturizer and antioxidant. This means it attacks ‘free radicals’, a group of reactive chemical particles that are set in motion by the sun. It rays trigger them into hijacking oxygen molecules from other compound in the skin, which damage the skin’s cellular structure and gradually lead to ageing and, research shows, cancer.

Don’t be fooled by sunscreen that say or imply that they are ‘natural’: all it means is that they’re physical formulas rather than chemical, or they contain plant, fruit or vegetable extracts, individual ingredients have a good track record, however aloe Vera, for example, for soothing and repairing damaged skin, and ginkgo for good anti free radical properties like vitamin E.

There is less evidence to suggest that marine extracts and fruits offer more than a pleasant base for the chemical active ingredients. But at least you know plant or fruit-based products to gain their SPF rating they must have been tested by one of the two official test systems.

If you have delicate skin, you could try a product designed specifically for sensitive skin. These are free of irritants like preservatives emulsifiers and colorants, but they could still contain fragrance and a high level of UVA filter which can trigger allergies, so read labels carefully. Those labeled ‘hypoallergenic’ have been developed to minimize the risk of allergic reactions, and those called ‘dermatologically tested’ have been repeatedly tested to ensure they cause no allergic reaction or skin irritation under normal circumstances.

Wrinkles Make You Miserable

Posted By: admin on June 28, 2011 in Beauty Care Tips, Personal care, Skin Care - Comments: Comments Off on Wrinkles Make You Miserable

Wrinkles Make You Miserable

As the time passes away, a number of changes appear on your face.  We didn’t take entirely this phenomenon as age factor; it may be somewhat your negligence. Particularly, if you are not giving time to moisturizing, applying creams to avoid wrinkles and unwanted spots, a major harm can come to your skin, specially when wrinkles come to your face at various spots such as under your eyes, at the edge of you eyes, at the edge of your lips and on your neck, you become miserable. Here are some other causes which may spoil your face, such as overuse of facial muscles.

Remember, not all wrinkles are created equal. Some-like the sag lines caused when gravity pulls your brows or jowls down-can’t really be prevented. But other wrinkles are not so inevitable. By changing a few bad habits, you may be able to forestall some major furrows.

One of the most common types of wrinkles on your face is expression lines-such as frown lines between the brows-caused by continual overuse of the same facial muscles. Most women aren’t aware when, or how much, they’re using those facial muscles.

The constant use of other muscles in your body would tone the area, but not so much on your face. Expression lines deepen when you use facial muscles, because the muscles of your face attach to your skin, while every other place in the body, muscles attach to the bone so, whenever you’re frowning or smiling, you’re also pulling at your skin. That pulls and bunches up the skin and eventually leads to furrows.

Everyday facial tension is a prime factor in the creation of expression lines. Most of us don’t realize when we raise our brows when our face is tensed. So we rarely think to consciously relax our facial muscles. And it doesn’t take a particularly stressful incident to make us tighten up those facial muscles in the first place. Simple eyestrain, talking, being outside with sunglasses that provide inadequate protection, or just concentrating can cause us to frown or squint without realizing it.

What can you do to prevent or help ease expression lines? First, you have to learn to be conscious of the muscle tone in your face; one way to do this is to keep a mirror by the telephone. While you’re talking, watch the faces you make and you’ll learn how these faces feel ‘on the inside’ when you make them.

Relaxation exercises can help ease the strain on your facial muscles, once you know how the muscles of your face feel when they’re tensed, you can teach yourself to systematically relax them so that they feel heavy and warm. Concentrate on keeping your muscles relaxed for five minutes.

What about facial exercises? Because the muscles of your face attach to skin, most facial exercises are not worthwhile. What facial exercises do is basically re-create the same pulls that you’re trying to undo.

A facial massage would be a better idea. Massages are fine if they’re gentle. They feel good and can help you to relax, which is great. But massage won’t undo lines that have already formed.

What massage, like relaxation techniques, can help you do is to prevent lines if you don’t already have them. And perhaps ease some of the existing expression lines so they’re less noticeable. Nothing short of cosmetic surgery can actually undo deep lines.

Here are three quick tips on wrinkle control:

*Sleep on your back. Pillows or the mattress can cause creases on your face as well as a general tugging on your skin.

*Use a moisturizer. It won’t remove wrinkles. But because dry skin looks more lined, a moisturizer can make lines appear less noticeable.

*Wear sunscreen daily. If you go outdoors at all, wearing a sunscreen helps you avoid leathery skin and creepy wrinkles caused by photo-aging.

Simple and useful Tips in summer

Posted By: admin on June 11, 2010 in Make Up Tips, Skin Care - Comments: Comments Off on Simple and useful Tips in summer

In summer you have to take extra care of your beauty. Pool or sea water and too much time spent in direct sunlight can damage both your skin and hair. Proper care can make you shine and beautiful in summer. Perfect make up and dressing can also enhance your personality in summer. This season is a time for proper relaxation, renewal and recreation. You can also enjoy with your friends and family in summer by using these useful beauty tips and tricks that can improve your beauty in summer.

All items of waterproof cosmetics are available in market. You can get it very easily; these are your best friends during the hot weather. Otherwise your make up will give you ugly look when the make up with smudge all around the eyes. Always use bronzer shades for summer parties. Apply thin layer of make up to give natural look for long time. Try to use little make up in summer because it will melt rapidly in some time. If you apply too much make up in summer you pores can be blocked easily by dust and you will sweat during hot weather. So avoid applying too much make up and thick layer of make up in summer. If you spend lots of time outside, you have to use sunscreen or sun block with SPF 15. Most importantly you should drink plenty of water in summer to remain fresh. Apply Aloe Vera gel to your face and neck; it makes your skin glowing, smooth and also heals damaged cells of your skin.

Tips for oily skin care

Posted By: admin on May 8, 2010 in Skin Care - Comments: Comments Off on Tips for oily skin care

Women are so much conscious about their look. They can enhance their look by using several kinds of cosmetics but can not change their skin tone permanently. Even they tolerate great pain to make them beautiful and to hide their overage look. Human are miserably being treated for their attractive look. Still here are some people who try to be content with the natural skin care tips and they utilize them on daily basis. Here are some tips and suggestions for oily skin care.

  • Before make-up, always use astringe lotion. Then apply make-up after 5 minutes.
  • In summer, wash your face several times a day.
  • Do not use oily and cheesy food.
  • Take cucumber juice and lime juice in equal quantity and apply it on your face. Wash away after 15 minutes. Try it once in month for oily skin.
  • Take half bowl of water and add 5-6 drops of ude-co-lean and refrigerate it for one an hour. Then apply it on your oily skin with cotton or sponge.
  • Add lemon juice in ice water and wash your face with this water for oily skin.
  • Add 5-6 drops of lime juice in about 2 table spoon of gram flour and make it in paste form with rose water. Apply this past on face. Wash it when it gets dry. You can also use gram flour as face washer on daily bases for oily skin.
  • Take one table spoon on apple juice and add 5-6 drops of lemon juice. Apply it on face and wash it after 15 minutes.
  • Use deep cleanser and milk cleanser for oily skin.
  • Glycerin-based soaps are best for oily skin.
  • Mash cucumber, tomato and apple and apply it on face for at least 15 min.
  • Make paste of egg and 1 teaspoon of honey and apply it on face for 10-15minutes then wash it.
  • Use almond moisturizing cream at night for oily skin.
  • Almond face pack weekly treatment is ideal for oily skin.
  • Before going outside in summer, clean your skin with fresh butter milk with help of cotton or sponge and leave it for 10 minutes. Then wash your face with cold water.
  • In summer, wash your oily face 2-3 times a day with ordinary soap. Mix Mint juice with rose water and apply it on your face for 10-15 minutes and again wash it with cold water. It is best treatment to remove oil from you skin.

Importance of Skin Care

Posted By: admin on May 3, 2010 in Skin Care - Comments: Comments Off on Importance of Skin Care

Fresh, clear skin, good hairs and strong nails show that you are in good condition of health. Everyone wants to get healthy and fresh skin but it needs care. If we take good care of our skin then we will look younger than we are. For the skin care you should exfoliate your skin with dry brush before taking shower. This procedure will eliminate your dead skin and good for your blood circulation, lymph and also lessen the puffiness.

There are certain points on the face; by pressing them you can avoid aging. Secondly your skin tells the story what you eat. So for fresh and healthy skin eat sensibly, drink lot of water and take proper care of your digestive system because good skin is a sign of good digestive system. Mostly skin disorders like acne, pimples, blackheads, whiteheads are the result of constipation. So try to control your digestive problems to get glowing and clear skin.

If you want to get glowing skin then here are some tips that will work only by changing your life style.

  • For glowing and clear skin drink at least 12-16 glass of water daily.
  • Take proper sleep
  • Eat lots of fresh vegetables and fruits.
  • Take balance diet.
  • Avoid dieting.
  • Make a habit of daily exercise.
  • Avoid stress

Facial Treatment Types and Methods

Posted By: admin on April 28, 2010 in Skin Care - Comments: Comments Off on Facial Treatment Types and Methods

Our skin pores obtain a lot of germs everyday and we have to sweep them away. People utilize diverse methods to clean their face, hands and feet. Some procedures are simple and natural but some are complicated. Some cosmetics require limited application time and can be harmful in case of overtime. It can infect by its overuse. So use it in proper way in limited time and sufficient quantity to have best result. Some people use mask for skin peeling, some apply facial creams and some use skin polish method. Massage is basic and necessary step in all kind of facial cleaning.  It effects positively if it is done with right techniques.

Types of Facial

  • Simple Facial Treatment
  • Herbal Facial Treatment
  • Whitening Facial Treatment
  • Skin peeling Facial Treatment

Method of Simple Facial Treatment

You need a hair band to keep your hair away from your face. Take a sufficient quantity of scrub and apply it at all over the face and neck. All kind of facial treatment, massage and skin polish start from your jaws. Take water in a small bowl, dip your fingers in water and move your fingers gently in round shape for about one minute. Then with the help of your fingers of both hands, massage at upper lips and chin. Your one finger should be at your upper lips and other four fingers should be on chin and move toward ear lobs. Massage gently for at least one minute. After that, massage forehead with your fingers then massage nose with the help of thumb and fingers. At the end, massage neck with finger downward. Move finger from up to downward gently and speedily on neck. Then clean it with help of wet sponge. At the second step, use skin polish cream of good quality with the same procedure. Massage it till it does not dry. Then apply whiting cream with the same procedure but do not use water with it and at the end, clean it with wet sponge. Then apply lemon mask on face as well as neck for better effect. Leave this for 15 mints then peel off when it gets dried.

Skin Peeling Types

Skin peeling is a chemical procedure that is used for skin cleaning. It peels off the spare damaged cells of your skin layer and replaces it with a new, healthy and fresh layer. A number of different cosmetics are being used for skin polishing and to have a better result.

  • AHA Peels
  • BHA Peels
  • TCA Peels
  • Phenol Peels
  • Oily Peels

Nutrition for Healthy Hair

Posted By: admin on April 26, 2010 in Personal care, Skin Care - Comments: Comments Off on Nutrition for Healthy Hair

For dry, dull and thin hair you apply conditioners and shampoos. To make them healthy you seek expert’s advice, like friends and experienced people. Some of them are beneficial while others are ineffectual. Instead of using unusual kind of cosmetics, shampoos, conditioners and oils that can be harmful to your hair roots. Bring a slight change in your diet to make your hair healthy and shinny. Lack of diet may include different type of hair diseases like dandruff, hair loss etc. You can recover from these problems by supplying them proper diet. Avoid foods that can damage your hair like caffeine, sugar, fat and carbonated drinks and try healthy nutrients food, like protein, iron, zinc and vitamins. Nutrients will help you to make your hair healthy as well as decrease your skin problems. Top five nutrients are:

1. Dry Fruits

It is necessary to add some dry fruits in your daily breakfast and dinner. You can grind some nuts, almond, walnuts, cashews and pistas with milk and it is better to drink this milk before sleeping time. You can simply chew it during day, time to time. But keep in mind use them regularly for the best result. Nuts provide iron in sufficient quantity that is most essential for healthy hair. Other dry fruits are the best source of vitamin E. Cashews and almonds include zinc that decrease hair shedding.

2. Grains

Add some grains in some form in your breakfast. Grains are great source of zinc, iron and vitamin B. A whole-grain snack can provide great nutrition in case of low energy. It is better, take a piece of snacks in afternoon or about two hour before dinner. Healthy hair is concerned to your growing hair, shinny and fluent hair. Grain includes white-bread, brown-bread, rice, brown-rice, noodles etc.

3. Eggs

Egg plays fantastic role to make your hair healthy shinny and keep them soft. Egg is a great source of protein. Add egg’s white part in daily food and red meat in your weekly diet planner. If you want to keep your hair silky and soft, apply egg-white on hair roots and keep it about half an hour then wash them.

4. Lime Vegetables

Using lack of green vegetables is the main reason of iron deficiency in skin and hair. So it is really essential to add some greenish vegetables in your diet planner. Leafy vegetables are great source of pertinent as they are rich in iron like spinach, fenugreek, broccoli etc. These all vegetables also provide calcium as well as iron. Lime vegetables contain vitamin A and C that provide oily substances. Oily material acts as natural conditioner for your body.

Hair Removing Methods

Posted By: admin on April 21, 2010 in Art & Fashion, Personal care, Skin Care - Comments: 6 Comments »

Nobody likes un-necessary hair on body whether they are on face, arm, leg or any other part of the body. Equally ladies and gents assume different ways to remove unwanted hairs. Most common methods for hair removing are:

Threading

Plucking is also a form of threading because in this procedure thread is used for pluck hair from ones skin while she is male or female. For this purpose thread is used in two styles. If you do know how to use a thread then utilize tweezers for plucking. However plucking with thread gives too much clean effect than tweezers. Females use diverse ways for plucking on different part of body.

  • Eye brow plucking: For eye brow plucking you can use tweezers or waxing as well as thread.
  • Face plucking: For face plucking you can not do it yourself expect of upper lips. Because for face threading, it needs to make the skin tight.
  • Arm and under arms plucking: As compare to face, there are a lot of hairs on arms. If you try to do it with thread then it will take a great time as well as painful procedure. It is better to use threaded machine for this purpose.
  • Legs plucking: Leg hairs are more thick and hard than the other part’s hair. That why use waxing or threading for leg plucking.

Waxing

Normally two types of waxing are used for hair removal. One is hot wax and cool wax. Waxing is an effective method of removing large amount hair at one time. Before using waxing, let it warm in hot water. Then after a bit time spread it over the skin in the direction of hair. Then paste a thick fabric piece on the desired part and pull in the opposite direction of hair quickly. Repeat same method on each part from where you want to remove hair. Keep in mind that your wax should be hot normally otherwise it may burn your skin. If your do not want to apply on skin then apply some wax on the stuff piece that you are using for waxing and paste it on the skin.

Cosmetics

Now a number of cosmetics are available in market for hair removing. These cosmetics and creams provide you neat and clean skin without pain. But their result remains maximum one week. Then after one week you have to use them again. Be careful while using hair removing creams as it may cause allergy on your skin if you have sensitive skin. Apply it for sufficient time period otherwise it may burn your skin. It is better to use these cosmetics creams for most sensitive parts of the body.

Bleaching

Bleaching method does not remove your unwanted skin hair but hides them by dying them. After bleaching procedure your skin looks fresh and clean.

Top 5 Healthy Skin Nutrition

Posted By: admin on April 8, 2010 in Personal care, Skin Care - Comments: 1 Comment »

When we meet someone, in first sight we judge his health through his face skin. Skin is the most powerful indicator of the health. So much oily and dry skin reflects your internal weakness. To gain healthy and glowing skin, people use different types of cosmetics and creams including lotion, soaps, scrub and toners. But actually these products make your skin’s roots weekend gradually. They may give your skin temporary freshness and glow but can not make your skin healthy. Poor diet also makes the skin rough and dry. To gain permanent healthy skin, eat always healthy nutrition. Some foods have special qualities to make the skin healthy and these are:

1. Sea food

Salmon along with other fishes have fatty acids that are very important for the healthy and shiny skin. Fatty acid like, omega3s are helpful to keep save from harmful substances. It allows nutrients to enter the skin pores and keep clean it from the wasted products. Omega-3s also keeps the skin cells safe from getting damage. Salmon or other sea foods are providing enough quantity of protein, potassium, selenium and vitamin b12. Salmons are best food for dry skin.

2. Water

Water plays most significant role in making skin glowing and fresh. It also keeps your skin healthy and young. Clean water revitalizes skin cells. Water provides skin cells, hydrates and also poison out of them. When a body is properly hydrated, it sweats more effectively that keeps the skin clean and clear.

3. Silica

Silica is another important element that strengthens body’s tissues, muscles, tendons, hair, ligaments, nails, cartilage and bones. It also gives our skin bright tone and makes it healthy. Deficiency of silica in body can be shown in form of lack of skin elasticity. You can get it through some food, like green beans, garbanzo beans, strawberries, cucumber, mango, celery. asparagus and leeks. Horsetail herb is the natural form of silica.

4. Carrots

Nutrition is important for the healthy skin and you can get it form carrot that is an excellent source of vitamin A. Carrots contains high quality of antioxidants that prevents free radical for the damaged cells. Vitamin A helps your skin cell for maintenance. Carrots are also a source of fiber, vitamins C, K and B6.

5. Green Tea

It is a great source of antioxidants that protects cell membranes. It also reduces the sunburns and overexposure to ultraviolet light. Sunburn can be a cause of skin cancer. Green tea is rich in providing polyphone’s compounds that eradicates the cancer-causing free radicals. Moreover, green tea has high quality vitamin C, D and K, riboflavin, zinc, calcium, magnesium and iron that is essential to make your skin healthy and shiny.