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Secrets Every True Beautista Knows

Thursday, August 16th, 2018

Today, it is known that women around the world tend to spend lots of money on bags, shoes, fake nails and hair extensions, but they somehow forget to take care of their skin. Being clean and nourished is more important than owning a designer bag, and you can achieve it by following these simple steps that won’t take too much time or money.

Small advice for the girls with both pale and dark complexion
Not everyone can tan easily and that can be frustrating sometimes. Many girls have fair complexion, but that shouldn’t bother them. Overexposure to sun isn’t healthy at all, since it damages your skin and causes the premature aging. You should always wear a SPF even when you’re not sunbathing by the pool or at the beach. Plus, you could give the self-tanning products a chance to get that natural shimmery and sun-kissed look. And always remember to accept yourself, ’cause you are beautiful just the way you are.

Hydration is your bestie
Having impeccable skin is essential, and you can achieve that through different skincare routines. Having professional skincare products is very important because your skin has to be nurtured and protected from an early age, so that your older self can enjoy. Therefore, you have to regularly exfoliate and moisturize your face and body. Exfoliation serums are widely used, and women love them because they make skin smoother and reduce clogged pores. Also, there are some natural ways to get rid of the blackheads and large pores. One of them is a bentonite clay mask. You can always make a DIY mask at home, and repeat the process until you see the wanted results. Pamper yourself with a nice body lotion, because it will soften the roughest body parts. Hand creams should be used throughout the whole year, and you should always keep one in your purse. Although we often tend to neglect our elbows and heels, they should matter too, especially in summer when we like to show off our fancy shoes and perfectly toned arms. These body parts often end up dry and cracked, which is rather unattractive. This occurs if you have naturally dry skin complexion, or if you don’t nurture healthy habits. Since no one likes to see the combination of your dry, cracked heels and a fresh pedicure, you should consider some simple treatments in order to repair such condition.

Get ready for the summer bombshell look
Since the summer season is still on, and you can’t take heavy makeup on your face, but you still choose not to go out bare faced, here’s what you can do. Apply a hydrating cream on your face, one that is suitable for your skin type. If your skin is too oily, go for the light, gentle moisturizer. If you happen to have pure and acne-free skin, then a little concealer under your eyes would do. Next, warm your face with a bronzer, but avoid using the dark shade, ’cause you don’t want to look orangey. Apply it to the areas where the sun normally hits your face, and apply it to your collar bones as well. As for the eyes, take the crayon and use it right at the bottom of the lash line. Keep your eyes open and look down while applying it. This will make your lash line thicker and darker. Like this, you won’t have to use the liquid eyeliner, and you will need just a mascara to make your eyes pop. For the perfect pout, avoid the matte lipsticks ’cause they dry out your lips and make them flaky. Take your preferable lip liner to make your lips look fuller, and then put on some lip gloss or a creamy rouge. Yes ladies, lip glosses are back, little less stickier and more improved, and we can thank Rihanna for getting them back. On the other hand, if you feel like wearing nothing on your lips, simply use a SPF lip balm and you are good to go.

Great hair do care
Our hair gets oversaturated by different chemical products, and it needs a detox from time to time. This can be achieved by using natural hair shampoos, and simple DIY masks that include shea butter, argan oil and coconut oil. Oh, and don’t forget to cut your hair often, since it promotes growth and a healthy look.

Natural brows are back
For the perfect eyebrows, stick to your natural shape and use a brow pencil optionally. Over-filled eyebrows are over for good, and your brows should always be brushed and slightly defined. You don’t need the Instagram brows on fleek or microblading techniques to frame your naturally gorgeous face.

Apart from the previously mentioned products, being positive and content plays a big part in every woman’s beauty regime. There’s no makeup that can conceal an unhappy face. So, make sure you take good care of both mind and body, and don’t forget to drink plenty of water.

Author Bio:
Scarlet is a passionate writer and regular contributor at highstylife.com interested in fashion, lifestyle, and health. She loves traveling, you could say that she is a real travel addict, especially when she has a chance to visit some exotic destinations. She would tell you that inspiration can be found in the most unexpected places.

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7 Popular Cellulite Treatments That Work

Thursday, August 16th, 2018

Cellulite is a chronic skin condition affecting millions that may make the thigh, belly, buttocks, arm, and/or hip area appear dimpled or lumpy. For some, having cellulite means suffering with it for several years, if not for life. For others, they are dedicated to finding a solution to rid of their cellulite once and for all.

However, many medical professionals claim that cellulite is something that is “forever.” But fortunately, there are actually several ways one can reduce or even completely treat their cellulite apart from exercise and diet change. That said, if you’re looking for quick and effective results to reduce your cellulite, you’ve come to the right place.

1. Cellulaze
This first cellulite treatment utilizes lasers to literally break down cellulite below the skin’s surface. The laser works to increase the thickness of the skin, boost collagen production, smooth fat, and decrease your skin’s dimpled structure. After a few days, you may return to normal activity, and a few weeks, strenuous activity.

A benefit of Cellulaze is that there aren’t any surgical procedures during the treatment, but a downside to Cellulaze is that to achieve long-term results, the treatment will have to be redone later. Additionally, Cellulaze costs approximately $5,800, and most insurance companies won’t cover cosmetic procedures like cellulite removal.

There are also some side effects of Cellulaze, according to Aesthetic Laser. These symptoms may include swelling, bruising, fluid leakage, and discomfort. However, over 90 percent of Cellulaze clients would recommend the treatment to others.

2. Massage therapy
A good ole massage is another way you can eliminate cellulite on a visible level. Frequent massage – professional or at-home – can assist with circulating toxins out of the lymphatic system, and as a result, can help reduce cellulite and prevent worsening cellulite in the near future.

Massage is especially important for those who consume anything but a clean, healthy diet on a daily basis as more toxins have the capability of accumulating in organs and within fat cells. While massage therapy can assist with the removal cellulite-causing toxins, coupling your massage with a cleaner, alkalizing diet can also do the trick.

3. Venus freeze
Using radiofrequency and pulsed electro-magnetic fields, Venus Freeze can be used on individuals 30-years-old or older to eliminate cellulite. Clients will have approximately six to eight 45-minute sessions of Venus Freeze costing around $2,500. Right after treatment, clients can go right back to their daily activities no problem.

Think Venus Freeze may be right for you? Before opting for Venus Freeze, check out Clinical Trials to see the side effects and eligibility criteria to receive Venus Freeze treatment.

4. Cellfina
Mechanical treatments such as Cellfina are also ways to treat cellulite, and it is FDA-approved. Using a thin blade a few millimeters below the skin of the affected area, surrounding tissues are minimized and smoothed out. The results from a Cellfina treatment can last a whopping three years.

Research has found that after about three to four months, the results from cellfina really begin to shine through. Clients after receiving Cellfina treatment for cellulite enjoy the long-lasting results.

However, please be aware that for Cellfine treatment, local anesthesia will have to be used, and there will be a few days of downtime post-treatment. The results from Cellfina will be most noticeable after a few days after the procedure.

5. Velashape
Recommended for women post-pregnancy, Velashape can both contour the body as well as treat pesky cellulite. This treatment is FDA-approved and is said to show improvements after about four treatments total. It targets the areas around the love handles, thighs, but, and abdominal area and assists in draining the lymphatic system.

Velashape treatment is currently about $1,100 and does not require any surgical incisions in the process. The radio frequencies of Velashape carefully burn fat in cellulite-affected cells and in its surrounding areas.

Fortunately, there is no pain or discomfort associated with Velashape. Instead, many describe Velashape like a warm massage, one that has a heavy benefit for the skin structure, texture, and appearance.

6. Dry brushing
For less than $30, using a stiff-bristled brush and brushing it against areas with cellulite on a daily basis can also help with cellulite. Like massage therapy for cellulite, dry brushing assists the lymphatic system in ridding of toxins stored within fat cells. You don’t need a professional to do this for you; you can dry brush right from home!

Out of all of the cellulite treatments so far, dry brushing is probably one of the slowest methods of treatment but also one of the most affordable. Still, caution should be used when dry brushing cellulite as doing it too frequently has the potential to cause skin irritation.

7. Cellulite creams
If you’re hoping for a more affordable way to reduce cellulite, cellulite creams are a great alternative to the above cellulite treatments and often have less side effects, than say, laser removal of cellulite. Cellulite Solution by Dermology is available in the market that you can give it a try. Best of all, there is no need for lasers, surgeries, or other treatments. Just apply Dermology’s cream daily in the areas where you are suffering with cellulite. This product can be a right choice for you, but before taking any decision consult to your dermatologist first or research thoroughly about the product.

From massage therapy to cellulite creams, there are plenty of options at hand to help combat your cellulite no matter how long you’ve hand it, how bad it appears, and where it is located. Best of all, there are treatments options out there with different price ranges and benefits based on your requirements.

However, before you try out one of the above methods, always do your research to learn more about each treatment to see if it is most relevant to you, your budget, and your cellulite needs as there isn’t one single treatment guaranteed to help with every cellulite case.

Author Bio:
Evlin Symon is a freelance health writer from New Jersey. She enjoys learning about a wide variety of wellness issues and staying up-to-date on the latest research. She also is the author of many active blogs.

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Beauty Issues That Worry Women
Around the World

Monday, August 13th, 2018

It seems like it has never been more difficult to be a woman than today. The pressure put on women to be the best in all areas of their life often makes women feel anxious in their struggle to be a good role model to their children or younger girls, to always carry themselves in a certain way, to be great at their job, to be impeccable in housekeeping and always look great. The media are always the first to blame, especially social media, which is crowded with images that promote a certain surreal look that is almost impossible to achieve, triggering insecurities and anxiety with women of all ages. However difficult it may seem to not fall into these traps of modern society, there is a way of being yourself, loving who you are, and still taking good care of your body, mind and soul.

Skin problems
Whether it is acne, oily skin or wrinkles, skin problems present one of the most widespread causes of anxiety and insecurity with women all around the world. No matter how successful or beautiful they may look to the rest of the world, bad skin makes women feel miserable and unattractive. It is only worsened when women start comparing themselves with movie stars or Instagram models. However, the only way to find a solution is to stop all the comparisons and realize that we are all unique and beautiful in our own categories. Moreover, there are so many natural remedies, cosmetic products and procedures that can help us get a more healthy-looking skin and help us become more confident and more appreciative of ourselves.

Weight issues
Another great struggle for women of all ages is their weight. The causes of some added pounds can vary from health conditions, unhealthy diets, pregnancy, etc. and hence can affect women of any age. Even though the public has started to show more understanding and inclusive treatment of people of all sizes is on the way, the inner struggle and insecurities are still very present. Even though there are hundreds of efficient and healthy diets, workout and lifestyle regiments that can solve weight problems, in order for it to be a successful journey, the decision that precedes it must come from a good place of self-love, and not from pressure imposed by the media.

Breast size
As one of the symbols of femininity and fertility, the size of female breasts has been one of the major socially-approved factors affecting the level of their attractiveness. Even though modern, independent women don’t necessarily succumb to those views, most women strive to achieve a certain shape and size of their breasts in order to feel confident in their own skin, or to reduce pain caused by overly large breasts. In either case, breast surgery is the most efficient way to solve this issue, and more and more women are proudly admitting to having work done, thus creating a more open and including atmosphere, free of judgment.

Remember, it starts with you
As is the case of any problem, it all starts with ourselves and how we perceive it. When it comes to the beauty issues that worry the women of today, we need to first question our own part in them. So many times, it is actually women that put pressure on themselves and each other, much more than the media or society. This is the case because it is more harmful when you hear something from a person that is very much like yourself, and it automatically makes you think that there is something wrong with you. For example, think of how many times you have judged another woman for wearing a lot of highlighter on her face. Makeup was supposed to be fun and creative and we shouldn’t immediately associate it with being fake or insecure. Even if it is a means covering insecurities, why judge it, if it actually helps a person to be happier and more confident. Because, that is essentially what we are all after, anyway.

Author Bio:
Rebecca is a translator by day, and a traveler mostly at night. She is an expert on living with jet lag – and packing in tiny suitcases. You can read more of her exploits at RoughDraft.

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What You Need to Know About Charcoal Toothpaste and How it Works

Monday, August 13th, 2018

If you spend much time on social media, then you have undoubtedly seen pictures and news about how activated charcoal toothpaste for teeth is the next big thing in teeth whitening and holistic wellness. Such products have become immensely popular over the years with thousands of avid users endorsing them. Even celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Gwyneth Paltrow openly endorse the use of activated charcoal in the skin and dental care products.


So what exactly is activated charcoal toothpaste and what reason do people have for brushing their teeth with it? In this article, we aim to help people find the answer to the latter and decide for themselves if jumping in on the bandwagon is worth the trouble.

So what is charcoal toothpaste?
Let us make one thing clear — the type of charcoal used on toothpaste is not like the ones you use for barbecues and the like. Charcoal toothpaste contains activated charcoal as an active ingredient.

Activated charcoal is a type of carbon sourced from natural materials (usually coconut shells) and treated to feature a highly porous surface. With regards to dental care, the millions of pores in activated charcoal helps bind tar, stains, and bacteria present on the teeth for a healthier and whiter appearance.

Is it safe to use?
Most people who think that charcoal toothpaste for teeth is not safe, picture the same type of charcoal used for their grill which is again not the case. Activated charcoal is non-toxic, and for centuries, has been used for many health and wellness reasons. Dental care is just one of them and activated charcoal is the primary ingredient for many other health and wellness products like soap, shampoo and body lotion.

Can the use of activated charcoal toothpaste whiten teeth?
Much of the popularity surrounding the use of activated charcoal today is related to teeth whitening. To some extent, such claims are indeed true — charcoal toothpaste can help lighten teeth discoloration by lifting surface stains. However, extensive discoloration that lies deep within the teeth will see no noticeable improvement and will require a more extensive solution such as laser teeth whitening.

Is brushing with charcoal toothpaste for you?
The decision of whether to include charcoal toothpaste in your dental care regimen is entirely up to you. However, keep in mind not to use charcoal toothpaste excessively for any reason. Activated charcoal is a little abrasive and can wear down the tooth enamel,leading to serious dental problems if used too often. Surely not the results that you were hoping for when using activated charcoal toothpaste.

Brush with activated charcoal toothpaste no more than three times a week and use light gentle movements. If you have sensitive teeth, to begin with, you can also smear the toothpaste on your teeth using one finger and rub gently. The key is not to exert too much pressure which can damaging the tooth enamel.

If you are looking for a more natural and effective means to lighten moderate cases of teeth discoloration and maintain oral health, then you cannot go wrong with activated charcoal toothpaste. Just make sure that you are using it correctly and for the right reasons.

Author Bio:
Aiza Tordil is a beauty and health blogger from Love Thyself offering helpful advice on beauty tips and healthy living which she practices to keep looking healthy and attractive.

She is passionate about sustainable living and always up on the hottest natural and organic skincare trends. Ultimately, she hopes to tell stories that strike a chord with people and provide them the importance of using only natural and organic products.

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Top Foods to Avoid for Beautiful Skin

Monday, July 23rd, 2018

Going through hours of contouring and makeup rituals can be extremely tedious to make sure our skin looks fabulous. You even witness ourselves attempting several skin care routines as we get older to fight the battle of wrinkles and other ageing qualities. However, what we eat can also contribute to how we look. There are foods out there that can damage our skin and contribute to acne breakouts, spots and other annoying skin defects. Here’s a list of foods you should look to steer away from so your skin can feel and appear clearer.


Salty Foods
Eating foods with high amounts of salt in can seriously swell the skin around your eyes. The reason being is that high levels of salt in your system can retain water in the skin, giving it a puffy look. The skin is extremely thin around the eyes so it’s susceptible to swelling. In doing so, it can make you appear tired and add numbers to your youthful looking skin. As you get older, it can become more frequent if you were to continue the diet that you have.

Sugar
High sugar content in sugary foods can be a real problem for the skin. It can weaken the collagen skin tissue which leaves you more at risk of gaining wrinkles and fine lines. So, next time you consider having a sugary treat bear in mind the sugar content. If you’re really craving something, opt for dark chocolate instead as it’s healthier compared to other snacks.

Alcohol
The more alcohol that you drink, the more likely you are to become dehydrated. This can dry out your skin and strain the natural moisture that you have, making your wrinkles and fine lines more visible than what they normally would. Try to lower the intake of alcohol you have and drink plenty of water so your skin remains hydrated.

Milk
The effects of milk are pretty minimal but there are still dairy products that can affect your skin. There have been links found in studies of skimmed milk encouraging acne problems due to excess estrogen in your system. This can build up from extra growth hormones that are found in many dairy products.

If you find that you have many skin care issues then it’s worth reviewing your diet. These list of foods should give you an idea of where you may be going wrong and ways you can look to amend what you eat to benefit the outside.

Author Bio: My name is Jennifer and I’m a medical student based in Manchester. I have a great passion for health and wellness and through my experiences I enjoy sharing my knowledge. During my University course I’ve had the privilege of working with surgeons that specialise in breast reduction Manchester based. Working at the clinic helped me gain a wider knowledge of the health and medical sector.

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