Armpit Stink  

Posted by regalweb09

As a human we should be conscious in our body fragrance.. Body odor lessens points. No matter how beautiful, rich or famous you are, those things wont exist if your hiding rotten guava in your arm pit. This is very common to those who's involve in some heavy activities like sports, stink also appears when your nervous. We can never avoid perspiration, it occurs in our everyday lives. Taking a bath is not enough to took that bad smell away. For those who can afford try buying some deodorant and apply it after taking a bath. Make sure your armpit is dry before applying. Another remedy for that is "calamansi". I never believe that until i tried it. It really works. It keeps me odor free.

Choppy Lips Prevention  

Posted by regalweb09

♦ Applying a small coat of Vaseline or lip balm when
using a dry lipstick.

♦ Using a bit of lip balm to moisturize as you sleep.

♦ Using a lip balm before going out into harsh
weather, especially one with a good SPF factor to
protect them from the suns rays.

♦ Drinking plenty of water to keep your lips
hydrated and supple.

♦ Avoiding the use of lipsticks that can dry out your
lips if they have become chapped.

♦ Resisting the urge to lick your lips (saliva does not moisturize).

♦ Resisting the urge to nibble at your lips.

♦ Using a toothbrush with soft bristles to remove flaky skin from your lips.

ACNI Prevention  

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Stress, heredity, and imbalance of hormones are the common causes of acni. Lots of us is undergoing this kind of skin imbalance. Here are some tips to avoid ACNI appearance:

■ Eat more antioxidant-rich foods, including fruits and vegetables.

■ Drink lots of water to keep the skin hydrated and healthy.

■ Limit processed and refined foods, and opt for whole, healthful foods instead.

Natural Recipe for Hair Care  

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Lots of hair products now a days causes damage to your hair. Try using the natural way in caring for your hair.. Less expensive and no damage to worry..

To give your hair body and shine
Beat an egg and massage it into freshly washed hair. After five minutes, rinse it out with cool water. Do not use hot water or you will have scrambled egg in your hair. Then you'll spend all morning washing it out.

Mayonnaise is excellent for conditioning hair. Massage it through, and preferably keep it in overnight (put your hair in a plastic bag or something, to avoid getting mayonnaise all over the pillows). Again, rinse out carefully in cool water. If you use hot, the mayonnaise will set in your hair and will be very difficult to get out.

Beer also gives a lovely shine to hair. Rinse your hair in beer in the shower, and then rinse out with water. Use a beer that does not smell too strongly, or you will give people the wrong impression at work. Shampoos based on beers used to be popular though they do not seem to be around at the moment. They never smelled of beer.

Oily hair
Opinion is divided about how often to wash oily hair. Some people swear by washing it every day. Others claim that this merely encourages more oil production, thus exacerbating the problem. Whenever you wash your hair, try a tablespoon of cider vinegar to the final rinse to help cut down on the grease.

Dry hair
Olive oil can be a wonderful conditioner for dry hair. Warm up half a cup or more if your hair is very long. Massage it through the hair, especially the ends and middle bits - these are always drier than the hair near your scalp. Wrap your hair in plastic, and then in a warm towel, and leave for 30 minutes. This enables to oil to penetrate the hair shaft. (Read a good book while you are waiting, have a cup of tea, watch television - you are getting back in the shower afterwards so don't try to do too much). Wash out carefully, using a gentle shampoo suited for dry hair.

Blonde hair
Blonde hair can look dull and lifeless, regardless of whether it is straight or curly, dry or oily or normal. Lemon juice is a great brightener of blonde hair. Two or three lemons, squeezed into a liter of warm water, makes a great rinse for clean dry hair. Pour it slowly over your hair, working it into all of your hair from roots to tips with your fingers. After ten minutes, rinse thoroughly with warm water. This adds shine and a lovely smell and brightens the blondeness.

Another brightener for blonde hair uses six chamomile tea bags, steeped in a cup of boiling water for 20 minutes. Add half a cup of plain yogurt to the water (discard the teabags), plus five drops of lavender oil. Stir the mixture thoroughly, and when it is properly emulsified, apply the mixture to clean dry hair. Wrap hair in plastic for twenty minutes, then rinse out thoroughly in warm water and shampoo carefully.