Category | Beauty

Clasification of skin

Posted on 30 May 2011

Normal skin is the easiest kind of skin to work with in terms of attaining a glow.There are fewwer pores and the skin has good clarity and texture, and although those with darker skin may be prone to patchy pigmentation, a balanced diet with appropriate sun protection can prevent this. If you have this kind of skin,most of the skin foods will benefit you, including the ACE vitamins and antioxidants. Women with this skin may notice that their skin becomes a little oily around the time of their period and can accordingly alter skin products during this time and increase the carotenoids in food.

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How to know your skin type

Posted on 29 May 2011

Much has been said and written about typing the skin into various subclasses, especially for and by the cosmetic industry. But I’m going to follow an old and easy method to help you identify your skin type. We will then apply the XPECT scale to it, to see where each type needs some help.

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Peel of your body

Posted on 25 May 2011

You are unique and so is your skin. However, skin intrinsically displays a set of features and a behaviour pattern, which make it possible for us to classify it into types. It is important to be aware of this, because different types of skin have different requirements and to satisfy these, the first step is to identify your skin types.Within the types, your skin will continue to have its unique needs. It is something like dress sizes- not all medium sizes look the same, but knowing you sre a mediun makes it easier when you go shopping.

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The texture of skin

Posted on 25 May 2011

Texture is the word used to describe how your skin feels when you touch it, whether it is rough, smooth or somewhere in between. Visually, the texture of skin may be smooth, blotchy or bumpy, or cobblestoned, where the skin is completely rough.

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Summer skin care

Posted on 16 May 2011

Summer skin care is a very important concern for most people as there are more than a handful of things to take care of and consider. Caring for the skin in the summers includes keeping body water levels high which is a must as it can make all the difference in the world.

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pores

Posted on 08 May 2011

What we see as pores on our skin are simply the openings of oil glands. The skin has oil glands dotted all over it except on the palms and on the soles of our feet. Our face has at least 15 oil glands per square centimetre of skin! Now, if everyone has oil glands, why is it that some people have large visible pores, while others tend to have very few?

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XPECT The Best

Posted on 08 May 2011

There are five attributers which helps us understand what and how much to expect from our skin. I call them the XPECT factors.
These are the qualities which help us define what approaches to adopt owords sporting the best skin that one can have,

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Skin Talk

Posted on 08 May 2011

It is often said that beauty lies skin deep. Sure, we don’t want our lives to be a superficial trap of vanity, but who doen’t feel doog when they look thieir best?

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Quest for beauty

Posted on 08 March 2011

The quest for beauty is a journey which has been in existence almost as long as the existence of mankind itself. In every civilization known to us, the art of beautifying oneself has been of paramount importance, especially for women. Whether we look at the Ancient Egyptian practice of drinking and bathing with ass milk, the Chinese practice of binding feet with lotus vines or the Indian practice of anointing the skin with sandalwood and turmeric or eating fenu

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Why Alcohol Is No Beauty Aid?

Posted on 25 January 2011

Small amount of alcohol can confer cardiovascular health benefits, there are a great many dangers associated with excessive alcohol consumption, including skin damage.

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