If you have slimy or acne-prone skin, mud or clay-based masks are excellent for controlling out your epidermis. Dry skin will benefit from moisturizing masks made from glycerin, honey and oils. Ginseng or green tea masks are excellent for relaxing delicate skin. Scrubs are excellent for getting rid of the dead skin.
One of the best factors to create your own masks for you face is because you can normally look for the substances right in your home or at the grocery.…Continue
While wrinkles and fine lines are a normal part of aging, they make the skin appear tired and can be of significant cosmetic concern, especially for women. You can prevent premature wrinkling by avoiding the sun and taking proper care of your skin, but wrinkles caused by genetics and aging are not avoidable.
Fortunately, mild cases of wrinkles usually respond to treatment with over-the-counter or prescription creams. Deep wrinkles may require more invasive removal…Continue
Repeatedly using falsies or extensions with harsh glues "could result in ripping out the eyelashes themselves or causing damage to the follicle, which leads to them not growing back in,” says Chancis. What’s more, liquid eyeliner can sometimes create a chemical reaction, cementing the glue to the natural lash and causing fallout, says Chancis.
It’s important to know what’s in the glue used to apply them, says Ronert. “Some lash glues contain ingredients such as latex or formaldyhide,…Continue
Facial masks are essential for beautiful looks and most women and even men go for chemical peels to have that flawless skin. However, the facial treatments that you choose can highly determine the results that you get. Masks that are made of harsh chemicals can be damaging to the skin and it is therefore very important that you choose a mask that you are sure has ingredients that will not irritate or damage your skin.
Are you bothered by ugly blackheads and black…Continue