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Posts for the ‘Face Care’ Category
11 articles posted under this category
Monday, September 20th, 2010
Herbs and Spices: Since time and immoral the history of herbal remedies is well known. Since old times before modern medicine, when people suffered from illness and various ailments, they relied on herbal remedies derived from herbs and spices. Many cooked foods contain spices, are unknowingly treating the people in various aspects. Common cough and cold to various major ailments can be treated by herb and spices. Each Herbs and Spices are having the medicinal properties and are in use since old time for treating various diseases. Herbal remedies can be taken in many forms. Infusions are steeping herbs or spices, with parts like leaves and flowers with boiling water for some time. Filtered or unfiltered use this water extracts of spices as herbal remedies....... »
Thursday, August 19th, 2010
Health Benefit of Fish; If you are non vegetarian or even vegetarian and can prefer to eat fish it can help to prevent from so many health hazards like heart problems, anemia, coronary blocked, increase in HDL and reducing the LDL(bad Cholesterol), minimizing the level of triglyceride that is bad and harmful to any individual. Fish is a healthy food that is low in saturated fat, high in protein and excellent source of OMEGA-3 fatty acids. It is packed with vitamins, minerals and nutrients that body need in order to stay healthy. It has been observed by many experts and scientific community that fish has extraordinary benefits for every individual. A regular eating of fresh fish may prevent ……. From Cardiovascular Problems: Studies shows that Omega-3 fatty acids found...... »
Monday, August 9th, 2010
This is also known as lady’s finger. The name OKRA is of West African origin. The Arabic”Bamyah” is the basis of the names in the Middle East, the Balkans, Turkey, Greece, North Africa and Russia. In Southern Asia, its name is usually a variant of “bhindi” or “vendi”. It is cultivated in tropical and warm temperate regions. The fruits are harvested when immature and eaten as a vegetable. This is more fibrous and containing the round white seeds which has more medicinal value. Okra is low in calories, rich in vitamins A and C Thiamin, B6, folic acid (iron) riboflavin, calcium, zinc and dietary fibers. It’s very good for maintaining the beauties and makes people young for quite a long time because of its anti aging...... »
Thursday, July 15th, 2010
Vitamins and Minerals: - Vitamins and minerals are equally important for our body to work properly and that can be obtained from the foods, we eat every day. Eating a variety of foods is the best way to get all the vitamins and minerals, required for our body every day, as well as the right balance of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and calories. Whole or unprocessed foods like fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, lean meats, fish, and poultry are the best source for providing the nutrients to our body, needs to stay healthy and grow properly. Vitamins fall into two categories. One is fat soluble and other is water soluble. The fat soluble vitamins are vitamins -A, D, E, and K that easily dissolved...... »
Monday, July 5th, 2010
Aroma therapy is the best way to treat the several ailments. This therapy is not new but time and immoral it is being used by Ayurvedic practitioner. In Aroma therapy oil is being processed with the help of lots of plants and herbs. The medicated oil is then used for massage of the entire body. The massage centers are operating in most of the part of country, well popular or known as Kerala massage centers.
- It cures the skin problems as the medicated oil is mixture of several herbs and plants and carrying antibacterial substance which cure the skin problems.
- With the help of this therapy, the toxic substance can be expelled out during the massage.
- It improves the blood circulation.
- This is very effective in...... »
Tuesday, June 1st, 2010
Aloe Vera- the wonder plant, gifted by nature. In Ayurveda, it is named as Gratkumari and was well recommended by the Ayurveda Practitioner of those days or even today, too, to maintain or restore the body immunity systems. Its medicinal values lies in the mucilaginous gel like pulp found inside the leaves. Aloe Vera plants are basically tropical succulent plants, cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions where climatic conditions are warm and sticky. Some of the specious are cultivated as ornamental plants both in gardens and in pots. Studies disclosed that Aloe Vera extract may be useful in the treatment of wound and burn healing and it’s also works in diabetes and elevated blood lipids. These positive effects are thought to be due to the...... »
Sunday, May 16th, 2010
Honey is created by certain insects using nectar from flowers. In ancient Egypt, honey was used to sweeten cakes and biscuits, and was used in many other dishes. People of ancient days noticed its medicinal value and used in the treatment of various diseases. It was also used as an ointment for rashes and burns, and used to help soothe sore throats when no other medicinal practices were available. In India, honey is named as Madhu–Shahad and has very respected position in the house of every individual as its used in worship of lord. It poured poured over the deities in a ritual,called as Madhu abhishek and making of five elixirs of immortality (Panchmitra). In ancient literature, mentioned the use of honey as a...... »
Sunday, May 16th, 2010
Acne/ pimple are a skin disorder, the inflammation of hair follicles and sebaceous glands. In other words, acne is symbolized as pimples, pustules, whiteheads and blackheads. This is a common in teenagers and more over it is due to hormonal disorder. Sebaceous glands in the skin, produces the testosterone hormone that is mainly responsible for skin problems pimples-acne. Though its function is to nourish the texture of skin and hairs but its excessive secretion start deposition of more oil on the skin basically face and neck causes skin disorder, called as ACNE. The skin pores suddenly get closed due to more oil deposition on it and due to that these pores give rise to various skin bumps such as cysts, blackheads and whiteheads, pimples etc. When...... »
Sunday, May 16th, 2010
Soak some Neem leaves in water. Wash the face 2-3 times, whenever possible with this water. Make a pack of Neem, Turmeric, Cloves, Sandalwood and Rose water and apply it on the face. Mix curds and honey and apply it on the face. It gives the face natural moisture. Curds has lactic acid which gives the face a clean look. Apply a pack of lemon juice, potato juice, milk and husk. Apply ice on pimples that are breaking out and then apply a mixture of clove oil and neem oil and let it dry. Caring for burns and cuts If one suffers a cut because of anything, only using Dettol and an anti septic cream and a bandage in the house doesn’t help enough. If he cut is too deep, going...... »
Sunday, May 16th, 2010
A person’s face is the mirror of his/her personality. That’s probably the reason why women are in the constant pursuit to beautify their faces and use expensive creams and lotions as well. However, middle-class women cannot make use of these expensive things as easily. Then why not use inexpensive and easy ways to beautify one’s face? - Massage the face with unskimmed milk mixed with lemon juice before having a bath for pink glowing skin. Soak the sides and crumbs of bread in milk and apply this on the face after a little while. The face will glow pink in a few days time. - Mix a little bit of Turmeric powder in honey and apply on the face. This will remove any dirt from the face and give...... »