It is a fact that as one grows older, the number of gray hairs on his head are likely to increase as well. This is part of the natural aging process. However, there are people who are actually experience graying hair even when they are still pretty young. Stress, health issues, and such other related problems may have triggered their premature appearance. They can be quite embarrassing too, so you would want to find the necessary treatment to get them addressed as soon as you can.
Colds are a leading cause of doctor visits and missed days from work and school, and this season is no exception. Americans suffer from approximately 1 billion colds per year, or about two to four colds per year for the average adult.
You know those eyelashes lengthening products that promise to lengthen your lashes but will potentially darken your irises permanently? Yikes. Those scare me. No thanks. However, there are a ton of home remedies out there to try that may naturally lengthen your lashes!
Cupping is generally painless and many say is more effective than massage for muscle problems. Cupping pulls blood to a region to stimulate healing. It is effective at stretching tight fascia and muscles.
It’s often seen as the root cause of a number of diseases, such as hay fever, arthritis, and more. Unfortunately, it also tends to get worse because of a number of habits that we maintain in our day to day lives – and a lot of it comes back to the foods that we eat.
All women do have some hair growth on their face. However, when this growth increases and it affects their appearance and their confidence is when it becomes an issue. This excessive hair growth (also called hirsutism) is usually due to hormonal problems. Such women need to use a lot of options like bleaching, waxing, threading or shaving very regularly to get rid of the unwanted hair. Some of them also resort to laser hair removal if they can afford it. If you have this problem too, here are a few chemical-free home remedies that can help you deal with this Continue reading Get Rid Of Unwanted Facial Hair With These Home Remedies→
The outer layer of your skin works like a self-oiled machine, but sometimes oil production can’t keep up with demand. Trouble occurs when you shower a lot, use skin-drying soap, or live in a house where the air is Saharan. What’s the best refreshment for parched skin?