There are many steps to take if your goal is to become more beautiful, and they involve a lot more than the latest fashion wear or a great hairstyle. It is pointless spending hours on your eyebrows and the rest of your face if you didn’t get enough rest the night before. Some women believe that the color of their lipstick will determine how many people give them a second look and while that may be true in some instances, making yourself beautiful is about the entire package.… Read Morecontinue reading
Melasma, or the mask of pregnancy, is an embarrassing discoloration of the face. Dark, irregular areas slowly appear on the cheeks and nose. Sometimes they also form on the upper lip and forehead. This discoloration most commonly appears during pregnancy, but it can also appear on women taking oral contraceptives or hormonal replacement therapy.
Melasma is thought to be the result of female hormones sensitizing the pigment-producing cells to sunlight.… Read Morecontinue reading
You don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars on salon visits or expensive products to get amazing hair, skin and nails. Learn to think for yourself. Use preventive measures and do not let dazzling commercials have you rushing to the nearest store to buy their product.
If you suffer from dry, thin hair then the harsh chemicals found in hair colors or shampoos are not the best option.… Read Morecontinue reading
One of the biggest problems for many people, particularly as they age is areas under the eye areas that are prone to dark circles, bags and wrinkles. Dark circles and bags aren’t necessarily restricted to aging. Women of any age can suffer from this problem as bags under the eyes can be brought on by variety of causes, including allergy and sinus problems.… Read Morecontinue reading
One of the main complaints that women have about their bodies is the appearance of cellulite that is prone to appear in several areas after entering adulthood or gaining weight. It is often most present in areas where fat is stored, which includes the thighs, buttocks, and even the lower abdomen where the skin has begun to form dimples.… Read Morecontinue reading
Asian people are very prone to hyperpigmentation. One of the reasons that they are more prone to suffering from hyperpigmentation is because they have more melanin in their skin. Excessive sun exposure, hormonal factors and genetic factors can also contribute to hyperpigmentation. The good news is that this condition can be treated. Below are some of treatments available for pigmentation:
Topical Retinol And Hydroquinone
Dermatologists will typically recommend a topical cream to treat pigmentation on the face before using more drastic treatments.… Read Morecontinue reading