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Simple Steps on how to treat Oily & Acne Prone Skin during Monsoons

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Simple Steps on how to treat Oily & Acne Prone Skin during Monsoons

With the monsoon season hitting hard, it's not the best time for your skin, particularly if you have oily and acne prone skin. Although oil secretion is good for your skin, an  excess leads to many problems, including clogged pores and acne, making it a pain. Here is a skincare regime that you can follow which keep your skin squeaky clean and fresh with zero zits and minimal pores: 1. Use foam free face cleansers: Although you may feel that foam really cleans the skin, but in reality it removes even the "good oils" from your skin, leaving it completely...

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Boost Your Child's Immunity

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Boost Your Child's Immunity

In the times we live it, it is very important that the essential building blocks of life are fed the right dose of minerals so that the foundation remains strong and immunity strengthens. When it comes to your children, there is no compromise. Here are some immunity building tips that you should make a habit: Tulsi Water in a Copper Jug – Get a tall copper jug. Fill it with water. Add 10 / 15 Holy Basil (Tulsi) leaves and give a glass of this to your children first thing in the morning. Put fresh leaves every evening. Tulsi is...

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Skincare Hacks from your Kitchen

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Skincare Hacks from your Kitchen

Skincare starts from your kitchen. Yes it does. The more I see this whole natural skincare revolution all around me, the more I am inspired to come back home to my kitchen shelf, and whip up a beauty mix. Here are some comfort foods for your skin: Bananas: Its smooth and moist qualities make for a luscious face mask. Apply a mashed ripe banana on your face. Mix it with honey for some extra moisture, leave it for a few minutes and wash it off with warm water. Chamomile Tea Bags: After using it for tea, allow your teabags to...

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What are you putting on your Skin?

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What are you putting on your Skin?

Do you think twice before slathering anything onto your skin? Well, if you don't then you must. Because 60% of what you put on your skin is absorbed into the blood stream. The rule is simple – if you can not eat it, do not use it for anything! Having said that, imagine what harsh chemicals would do the delicate, soft skin of your babies, which is almost 25% thinner than you own skin. Many skincare products for children and adults are armed with chemicals difficult to pronounce, let alone understand. Your creams, lipsticks, toothpastes, gels, serums, cleansers, vaporubs, powders,...

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