Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Solutions To All Beauty Problems

     To All Beauty Problems
 Q.    I am 32 year-old -woman. I have combination skin. Could please tell me a good homemade scrub to exfoliate? How often should I use a facial scrub?

A   Take each 4 tsp of almond powder, orange peel, Mansur seed (dal) powder, rice powder and 1tsp of neem leave powder. Mix them well and store in a bottle. Now take 1tsp of this and add milk/water (for oily skin use rose water and for normal to dry skin use milk) to this mixture. Apply this on your skin and leave on for 5 to 7 minutes. Scrub off gently with plane water.

Q.      I am 31 year-old –man. Few days ago I got back from a beach holiday with a serious tan. Could please suggest me some homemade remedies so that I can get back my original complexion.
A.     Your tan will last forever. You should have used sunscreen lotion on your skin one hour before going to the sun. Anyway, use this prescribed homemade remedy. Take 2 tsp of curd, 1tsp of almond powder and 1 tsp of sandal wood powder. Mix these ingredients very well. Apply this mas on your skin. Leave it on for 30 minutes. Finally wash it off with cold water. Do this for a few days. You will get the result soon.

Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Vitamin K in My Beauty

                                   Vitamin K in MY Beauty

         Good health is the foundation of real beauty. Vitamin K is very important for maintaining both our beauty and good health. It is essential for healthy blood, improved clotting and skin. Vitamin K skin care products are also used for fighting dark circles or discoloration under eyes. It is also helpful for younger and brighter eyes. Vitamin K is effective for persons suffering from PXE (pseudoxanthoma elasticum). In this hereditary disease severe wrinkling of face and body skin occurs. When it is used topically it can help remove burns, scars, spider veins, stretch marks and bruises. It is also required for strong and healthy bones.
         Vitamin K deficiency creates the following ailments:

v  Abnormal Cardiac calcification(heart disease)
v  Under-eye circles.
v  Rosacea (redness of the skin, pimples)
v  Bruising
v  Anemia
v  Gum bleeding
v  Bloody urine
v  Bone loss
v  Low bone density
v  Abnormal menstrual bleeding
v  Gastrointestinal bleeding

The primary source of Vitamin K in its all forms is the friendly bacteria in our colons and intestinal tract. Our body can store a very little amount of this vitamin. Except this, Vitamin K comes in our body from the food we eat. As it’s deficiency causes serious life-threatening conditions and even death, we must eat the food rich in vitamin K.

Food that are good source of Vitamin K are:

Milk, Oats, eggs. Beef, leafy green vegetables, cauliflowers, kiwi fruit, brassica, soybeans, basil etc.

The deficiency of vitamin k in our body should not be taken lightly as it is very much essential for our beauty as well as good health

Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Solutions to All Beauty Problems (14.01.14)

   Solutions To All
                   Beauty Problems     



          Q:  I am a woman of 33 years. A few months back I suffered from jaundice. Due to that my skin became yellow and I lost my weight. Presently my skin is sagging and my face has become pale. I have lost my beauty. I need your suggestion please.
       A: Jaundice makes our body very weak. It makes every parts of our body yellow. Now you should eat protein rich diet for your body. You must drink plenty of water, at least 8 to 10 glasses of water daily. Bust your food must be light and easy digestible.
          Make a mixture of 2 tsp. of honey and a few drops of lemon juice. Every day massage your skin with this mixture. Prepare a face mask with some saffron, milk and 3 tsp. of chiraunji paste. These ingredients should be mixed well. Now use this mask on your skin. Leave on for 15 minutes. Gently rub your skin with cold water and finally wash off with fresh and cold water. You will get good result if you do this at least three times a week.
       Q: I am a 25 years old woman. My complexion is fare and I have combination skin. Presently my skin has become dull looking and there have also been developed dark circles under my eyes. Please suggest some effective and easy remedies.
       A: Please try to develop your life style. You must drink plenty of water daily. Include fresh vegetable and fruits in your daily diet. If you have the habit of drinking, quit it. You must have a peaceful sleep of 8 hours daily.
          Besides that, massage your under eye area with a mixture of almond oil and rose water for 5 minutes. This will gradually lighten this area.
          Make a smooth paste of curd, orange peel powder and honey. Apply this beautiful paste on your skin and leave it for 20 minutes. Gently rub your skin with cold water and wash off with fresh and cold water. These should be done on alternate days.

Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Regulate Melanin for Beauty




   For         Beauty


     Every person has melanin in his/her skin. Melanin is very important for our body. It is the skin’s natural defense against the ultraviolet rays of sun. The amount of melanin present in our body depends on whether we look fair or dark. Generally dark skinned people have more melanin than fair skinned people. We like a brighter and fairer skin tan for our beauty because it enhances the look of a person.

     The level of melanin present in our body depends on two reasons. One is genetic factor and another is direct exposure of our skin to the sun. Genetic problems can’t be cured but the second reason can be regulated. When our skin becomes exposed to sun for long time there generates a pigment which is brown. This brown substance is called melanin. It becomes darken when it is oxidized.

     Below are some remedies which may be applied to regulate your melanin problems.

    Try to remain indoors during day times, especially in hot summer days.

v   Before going in the sun you must cover your neck, arms and legs.

To protect your face use hats and sunglasses.

v   Use sunscreen of high S P F (sun protection factor) to all parts of your body. You can use it not only on your face but also in your hands, neck and ears as a guard against the bad effect of UV rays of sun.

v  Vitamin A, B & C are very effective to reduce the level of melanin in your skin. Vitamin E indirectly decreases the level of melanin in your body.

v  Boil some leaves of mint in fresh water. Drink that water in the morning in an empty stomach when the water is cool. Take food at least after one hour. Gradually you skin will be fairer.

v  Rub your face with Aloe Vera juice for five minutes every day. This will brighten your melanin spots.

v  If possible, stay away from the radiations of mobile phones, computers and televisions.

v  Apply Vitamin E oil to all parts of your body to lessen the dark spots.