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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

CARE YOUR OILY SKIN



OILY SKIN

Oily skin is characterized by shininess, pimples and blemishes.Oily skin is caused by over-active glands, which produce a substance called Asebum, a naturally healthy skin lubricant. When the skin produces too much sebum, it becomes thick and heavy in texture.
Causes of Oily Skin
Heredity
Diet
Hormone levels
Pregnancy
Birth control pills
Cosmetics you use,Humidity and hot weather

Skin Care for Oily Skin

1. Keep your skin very clean. Limit washing your face to two or three times a day. Too much washing will stimulate your skin to produce more oil.

2. Use hot water when washing your face. Hot water dissolves skin oil better than lukewarm or cold water.

3. If your oily skin is scaly, you can often correct the problem by using a deep-cleaning exfoliant on alternate nights, and following the treatment with a light coating of moisturizer.

4. To cleanse oily skin, use oil-based products as they dissolve sebum effectively. Opt for oil-free moisturizers to maintain a shine-free complexion.

5. Try using a clay or mud mask.

6. The astringent can be used throughout the day to help control the excess oil that appears.

Diet you can have for Oily Skin
1. Take a diet rich in proteins but restricted in sugar, fluids and salt.

2. Take plenty of leafy green vegetables and fresh fruits.
3. Drink plenty of quality water to keep the skin hydrated and flush out toxins.

4. Good sources to reduce oilyness is vitamin B2 are whole grains, beans, nuts, and royal jelly.

5. Reduce the amount of fat in your diet. Avoid pork and fried and highly seasoned foods. Consume no animal fats, or heat-processed vegetable oils.

6. Do not drink soft drinks or alcoholic beverages. Avoid sugar, chocolate, and junk food.

Thursday, August 16, 2007

TIPS-to get beautiful,smooth and soft skin


Get a stunner skin ( Skin Treatement ) with these tips:

1) Drink at least 15 glasses of water every day.

2) Mix Turmeric, sandal powder and olive oil and apply to body. Shower after 10 minutes.

3) Massage your skin with milk. Milk has moisturizer, it will keep your skin smooth.
Cool Use humidifiers and keep room temperature moderate to keep your skin away from dryness.

4) Hot water blushes your skin and you don t feel fresh unless you have bath with little cold water. If you have shower for a longtime, dead skin will be automatically be removed. Do not rub with towel, be gentle on your skin.

5) Take food which contains more A and C vitamin,eat green vegitables more.

Face packs for --NORMAL SKIN TYPES



HONEY FACIAL MASK:


As HONEY is known to provide various benifits like reducing fats,but it also helps to make our skin glow.One of the face mask of honey you can try:


PLACE A CLOTH IN A WARM WATER AND APPLY TO YOUR FACE TO OPEN YOUR PORES.SMEAR ON HONEY AND LEAVE IT FOR 15-20MIN AND THEN WIPE OFF WITH WARM WATER.THEN USE COLD WATER TO CLOSE THE PORES.USE IT ONCE A WEEK TO KEEP YOUR SKIN GLOWING.

GLOWING FACIAL MASK:

To keep your skin glowing and need a fantastic look,then try this pack out,it really works

TAKE 1 TBSP FULLER'S EARTH,1 TBSP HONEY AND MASHED PAPAYA.MAKE A PASTE AND APPLY ON YOUR FACE,LEAVE IT FOR 15-20MIN THEN RINSE IT OFF.


CARROT FACIAL MASK:

Feel a great look using carrot mask.

BOIL 2-3 LARGE CARROTS.NOW MASH THEM TO PASTEADD 5 TBS OF HONEY.APPLY GENTLY ON YOUR SKIN.LEAVE IT FOR 10MINTHEN RINSE IT WITH COOL WATER.

BANANA FACIAL CREAM :

Banana helps in maintaining skin’s natural glow and is also a wonderful anti wrinkle treatement.

MASH 1/4TH OF BANANA UNTILL VERY CREAMY.SPREAD ALL OVER YOUR FACE AND LEAVE IT FOR15-20 MIN.BEFORE RINSING IT OFF WITH WARM WATER FOLLOWED BY DASH OF COLD WATER.THEN GENTLY PAT DRY.



Monday, August 13, 2007

TIPS FOR PEDICURE




A pedicure is a way to improve the appearance of the feet, and their nails. It basically is a manicure for the feet. The word pedicure comes from the Latin words pes, which means foot, and cura, which means care. It also means the care of the feet and toenails. A pedicure can be helpful because it can prevent nail diseases and nail disorders. Pedicure is not just limited to nails, usually dead skin of feet is rubbed off using a rough stone called pumice stone.

Some of the materials you should have before starting pedicure

Instrument Set of manicure as well as pedicure-easily available in the market, Pumice stone or dry skin buffer ,Toe separators or cotton balls/roll, Emory board
,Cuticle remover ,Orangewood stick ,Color nail polish ,Base coat ,Top coat ,Nail polish remover ,Quick dry spray ,Nail clippers ,Dish pan ,Cotton balls ,Towels ,Cuticle nippers, if desired ,Lotion
Procedure for pedicure
1. Thoroughly saturate a cotton ball with nail polish remover and use it to remove any old polish you may have on your toenails from you last pedicure. Gently pressing the cotton ball on the nail for a moment before wiping the nail with a circular motion will make it easier to remove the polish.
2. Fill the dishpan with enough warm soapy water(anyshampoo,glycerene,also you can use activators wich are used for bleachin purposes) to cover your feet. Soak for at least 15 minutes.
Note: Whenever you are working on one foot, the other foot should be soaking in the warm water.
3. Dry your foot and apply the cuticle remover at the base of each nail. Wait one minute for the remover to soften the cuticle. Use the wedged end of the orangewood stick to push the cuticle back. If desired, carefully snip off the excess cuticle. Repeat this procedure on the other foot.
Note: If you like, you may trim your cuticles with cuticle nippers. I don't recommend this if you aren't experienced at it. Once you start trimming cuticles you have to keep doing it every time you give yourself a pedicure. You may nick yourself in the process and bleed. This will not make for a relaxing pedicure experience!
4. Using the nail clippers, cut off any nails that are too long. Length is a personal preference, but make sure the nail is shorter than the toe. Be careful not to cut the nails too short as this can cause ingrown toenails and can be quite painful. With the emery board, file the nail into a square shape.
5. Use the nail buffer to smooth any roughness or ridges on the surface of the nails.
6. Wet the pumice stone in the dishpan. Rub any areas of dry or flaking skin gently with the pumice stone. Rinse the foot and dry. You may also use skin buffing sponge instead of the pumice stone.
Note: Do not ever use a filing tool that cuts your skin or allow one to be used on your feet. Not only is it unsanitary, but you may cut too deeply, causing pain or even drawing blood.
7. Apply a generous amount of lotion to the foot, massaging it in circular motion and taking care to cover all the foot, especially the dry and flaky parts. Massage the lotion up your legs to your knees. Close your eyes and relax for 10 minutes, allowing your skin to soak in the soothing lotion.
8. Saturate a cotton ball with nail polish remover and go back over your toenails, making sure that all lotion residue is removed. This is important, since the polish will not stick to any surface that still has lotion residue on it.
9. Press the toe separators between the toes, so that each toe is not rubbing on the next.
Note: If doing a group pedicure, make sure that each person has their own pair of toe separators, for the sake of hygiene. If toe separators are not available, use cotton balls or a roll of cotton. Be very careful to keep the cotton away from the nails themselves, as cotton fibers will ruin the look of the polish.
10. Brush 1 coat of the base coat over each nail. Allow it to dry for one minute.
11. Apply 2 coats of the nail color. Allow it to dry for 5 minutes.
12. Apply the top coat. Allow it to dry for 1 minute, then spray your nails with the quick dry spray.

If possible allow a half hour for the nails to dry completely. If you don't have that much time, carefully remove the toe separators and slip your feet into open toed shoes. Be very careful that the wet nails don't touch the shoes or other toes. You may want to use the paper "sandals" that are available at beauty supply stores to preserve your polish until it is dry.

Friday, August 3, 2007

Great tips for MANICURE


1.Fill tray with warm water and sudsy liquid (the trick is to add water at just the right temperature so it will soften skin without being too hot to the touch)

2.Place one hand in tray and let it soak for several minutes

3.If you're giving someone else a manicure, you can use oil or moisturizer to massage one hand while the other one is soaking

4.Remove soaking hand and pat dry with hand towel

5.Place other hand in tray to soak for several minutes

6.While the second hand is soaking, you should carefully begin trimming cuticles that form around the edges of the nail itself (NOTE: Pay close attention to what you're doing, so you don't cut too close and end up causing skin to bleed. If you take your time and trim slowly with tiny strokes, you should be fine.)

7.If your timing is perfect, you will be finished cutting the cuticles on that hand before the first hand gets wrinkled from being in the warm water too long. (Tip: Don't try to hurry the cuticle trimming process to make your timing work. Instead try to remember to check on the soaking hand half-way through the course of cutting cuticles. If the water is cold or the hand shows hints of wrinkling skin, that's your cue to stop the soaking operation and pat hand dry with hand towel, apply some lotion and go back to the trimming procedure.)

8.When you have completed trimming cuticles on both hands, you should make sure all loose skin is removed from nail area. Begin to polish nails with clear base coat by applying a thin layer as smoothly and carefully as possible. Try to keep polish on nails only. If you accidentally apply too much or get extra polish on skin around nails, use a cotton swab dipped lightly in nail polish remover to correct your mistake.

9.After applying base coat to both hands, choose polish color and repeat previous procedure beginning with the same hand you started with last time. Follow guidelines described above to produce best results.

10.The next application will be a top coat to create a seal or protection for colored polish. Repeat previous steps to ensure success in this process. Remember less is better when it comes to nail polish. Thick layers lead to messy results.

11.You have two choices to complete this process and make your manicure last.

1. You can dry nails with a blow dryer or similar device set on slow speed at a moderate temperature. You should keep hands positioned under heat source for at least three minutes and then sit still, touch nothing, and wait for another minute or two to avoid smudges or smears that will ruin your efforts.

2. You can skip the dryer process and sit still, touch nothing and wait for at least five minutes to creating lasting results that will make your manicured nails look their best.