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By: Prashant Desai | December 06, 2017

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By: Prashant Desai | September 30, 2017

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By: Prashant Desai | September 30, 2017

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By: Prashant Desai | September 24, 2017

Being someone who’s had to suffer with a terrible bout of acne due to my oily skin, I always felt that people with dry skin are happier. It was only later I realized that dry skin comes with its own set of problems like flaking, peeling, leathery look and above all it tends to age much faster than oily or combination skin. If your skin feels stretched and dehydrated then you are definitely a dry skin type which a lot of tender loving care.

Nourishing and moisturising both internally and externally are very important. Creams and moisturisers - all become ineffective when dryness plays up especially during autumn-winter months. So, what can one do to treat dry skin in the most natural way?

Let's start with internal oiling. From sunflower and ol...

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By: Prashant Desai | September 08, 2017

Monsoon woes don't end with dandruff. The sweaty and sticky scalp brings lice with it. Worry not, as there are solutions in the form of onion and garlic juice.

Hair transplant surgeon Sakshee Sareen says that due to accumulation of sweat in the scalp, chances of hair lice or fungal infection increases during the monsoon season.

"And since the scalp remains wet for a longer duration, the hair lice multiplies very rapidly," Sareen told IANS.

Lice are found mostly in long hair, and she advises not to tie up damp hair.

"Lice are found majorly in long hair because they can easily lodge and multiply in comparison to shorter hair. If long hair is tied up for long, the chances of lice increases because of the dampness and sweat," sh...

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By: Prashant Desai | September 06, 2017

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By: Prashant Desai | September 04, 2017

1. Mango: This luscious fruit is a rich source of vitamins like A, C, E, K and minerals like phosphorous, potassium, calcium and magnesium. It also contains bioflavonoids, which are powerful antioxidants and help to neutralise free radical damage. Mangoes help to tone and rejuvenate the skin. They also help to delay the visible signs of skin ageing. Apart from restoring the normal balances, they have a softening effect on the skin and hair. They are said to tighten the pores and strengthen the hair roots. Mango pulp can be added to fruit packs and applied on the skin and hair. Mangoes are used to make cosmetics like Body and Hair Butters for beauty care.

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By: Prashant Desai | July 18, 2017

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By: Prashant Desai | May 24, 2017

Even some of the most stunning women often have to resort to concealers and make-up to hide their dark circles. Not only do these under-eye circles make you look much older than what you actually are, but they also have you looking ill or unhealthy.

Before we even begin this natural journey, let me tell you that dark circles take time to cure and require great discipline. A regular skin and health care program should be followed, by the book, so do not expect magic to happen overnight.

Causes of Dark Circles

Firstly let’s get down to some of the basic causes of dark circles.

1. Lack of proper intake of water It is important to flush out toxins from your body constantly and store them lest they harm you. Start with atleast 10-12 glasses of wa...

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By: Prashant Desai | May 23, 2017

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