Some women are born with great skin, but guess what? It takes more than genes to get and keep that radiant glow. In fact, those who have the best skin usually say they've conquered acne or dryness—and are just willing to give their skin an extra tender loving care. Here are some of their best habits. … [Read more...] about 5 secrets of women with beautiful skin
No. Your skin type (dry, oily, combination) is caused by genetics, hormonal fluctuations, and weather. Drinking water is good for your body's health but will not have significant impact on your skin's texture. If your skin is dry, the best thing to do is to invest in moisturizers. You may also want to check if you are trying any new skincare products that are stripping it of … [Read more...] about If my skin is dry, does it mean I’m not drinking enough water?
Many people suffer from dry skin during the winter. Not only does this feel uncomfortable, severe dryness can lead to other skin problems such as flaking and inflammation like eczema. Here are some ways to give skin the extra pampering it needs in this weather. … [Read more...] about Tips for taking care of your skin during the winter
Regular facial massage can help stimulate blood flow and improve the skin's ability to regenerate and cope with bacteria, pollution and sun damage (which lead to wrinkles and adult acne). It can also help with the balance of oil and fluids, thus controlling common complexion problems like dryness and oiliness. And, like all massages, it can help lower your risk for nervous … [Read more...] about Movements used in facial massage
No. It only eels that way because the hair shaft tends to taper at the end, so shaving reveals the thicker and coarser section. When it grows, it will once again become softer. Shaving doesn't make hair darker, either; it's just the illusion caused by seeing several dots on your skin. … [Read more...] about Does shaving make the hair thicker?