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Keep An Eye On Your Eye

Posted By: admin on July 9, 2011 in Beauty Guide, Beauty Tips, Eye Care Tips, Eyebrows Beauty Tips - Comments: Comments Off on Keep An Eye On Your Eye

No wonder wrinkles first show up around the eyes. The skin in this fragile area is twice as thin as the skin on the rest of the face. It has fewer oil glands, weaker internal support, and gets more exercise than even your mouth.

But opinion is mixed when it comes to dealing with wrinkles and other eve-area problem-dark circles, puffiness and bags. Some experts believe products developed specifically for that area can help. Yet doctors caution not to expect too much.

Using Retin-A is the only way to remove wrinkles, apart plastic surgery. Retin-A has proven to be beneficial for fine wrinkles in the crow’s-feet area, but some sensitive skinned people can’t use it, plus, the cream has yet to be approved by the FDA for anti-wrinkle care.

Don’t lose hope, though. Most skin specialists agree that a combination of consistent use of moisturizer and sunscreen, staying out of the sun, and the way you manipulate the sensitive skin around the eyes is key to keeping it in the shape it’s in right now. The most important thing is to watch exposure to the sun, it does, by far the most damage. Sun block is critical, sunglasses are critical; it’s foolish to go without.

When it comes to touching around the eyes, the rule is: Be gentle.

Applying makeup requires a soft touch, forethought and a magnifying mirror. Fixing mascara on the run and blending shadows with the index finger on the lid, for instance, are no-numbers. A lot of damage comes from our own hands, most people use the index finger too harshly-to blend concealed and shadow, rub their eyes, stretch the area to get contact lenses in and out, remove eye makeup.

All products should be applied with the ring or little finger. A soft cotton swab or applicator should be used to blend shadow. It’s important to move the product, not the skin.

Treatment gels and creams should be patted lightly on the skin, always keeping in mind that less is more. There is only so much the skin can absorb, applying only a tiny amount of a product, moving it from the outer corner inward.

Most experts agree tough-to-remove makeup, such as waterproof mascara, should be used sparingly. You use it when they are swimming or when they know they will be crying, such as at a wedding, otherwise, stick with water-soluble makeup.

Eye makeup remover is a real eye-saver uses a gentle one. Use it gently, lightly wiping the area from the outside in. newer products on the market that help solve skin problems around the eyes are available for Eyes. It claims to reduce the skin’s puffy appearance as well as soften fine lines. Dior developed a specific liposome called ericoid, which helps promote drainage of the area.

Contact lens equation

The sensitive eyes of millions female contact lens wearers have special cosmetic needs. Some eye products especially eyeliner can be harsh and irritating, and may flake or smudge on to the lens. The reason for the sting is makeup and lens solutions may contain chimerical, a toxic, mercury-based preservative. Other products, such as removers, are oil-based. They can leave residue in the lens and fog up vision, an obvious problem.

Mascara is hypo-allergenic and ophthalmologist-tested, so they’re safe for use by contact lens wearers and those with sensitive’s eyes. One of the latest to try: Performing Mascara, which is water resistant and come with a soft brush applicator.

When it comes to contacts, don’t let anything come between your lens and your eye especially not your makeup.

Anti-Ageing Cream

Posted By: admin on June 28, 2011 in Beauty Guide, Beauty Tips, Immortal Beauty, Natural Skin Care Tips, Skin Care Tips, Tips for Skin Care - Comments: Comments Off on Anti-Ageing Cream

Anti-ageing creamCleopatra bathed in sour milk for it. Dorian Gray traded his soul for it. Ladies of this age are using a face cream made from machine oil and sleep carcasses for it. It is a radiant, youthful complexion, something thousands of women believe an ‘anti-ageing’ cream will buy them. But can cosmetic really repair the ravages of time? Or is it, as some skin experts say, just ‘hope in a pot’?

What is anti-aging?

Skin doctors divide skin ‘ageing’ into two categories: natural ageing, which happens after 60 and is irreparable, and ‘photo ageing’, due primarily to damage by UVA radiation from the sun. Un-like UVB rays, which cause redness and soreness and are at their most virulent around mid-day at the height of summer, UVA ray are constant all year round, in any weather. They penetrate further into the skin, damaging cells at a far deeper level. It is this damage that anti-ageing aim to redress.

The anti-aging

The claims made by anti-ageing products fall roughly into five categories. Your cream may boast several of these functions.

Hydration

All anti-ageing creams and moisturizers hydrate the skin-trapping its natural moisture, not replacing moisture it has lost. Various oils do this, preventing skin from drying out as quickly and plumping it up so it appears less lined and irregular. Sophisticated creams are lighter as they use products with a higher moisture retention said to absorb up to 1,000 times its weight in water. And firms combine these with pleasant extras like softening jojoba oil, soothing aloe-Vera and calendula and borage oil, said to improve the epidermis’ elasticity.

Lift

The skin’s dermis contains two types of protein fibers: Elastin, for skin flexibility, and collagen, for resilience. As these fibers weaken with age, the anti-ageing creams try.

Regeneration

A youthful skin depends on the state of the stratum corneum. This normally provides a strong barrier against the elements, but the intercellular ‘cement’ can be come damaged or be defective, allowing cells to slide apart and the skin to lose tone and fail to hold in moisture as effectively.

It’s also argued that insufficient oxygen pumped via the blood through the skin reduces cellular activity and renewal and results in wrinkles, lines and a tired, lackluster complexion. Most creams contain vitamins and proteins that should be supplied by the blood but are often lacking. These are said ‘nourish’ the basal layer of the epidermis, where the new cells form.

Damage limitation

The skin’s ageing process is accelerated by two factors:

Ultraviolet lights or by free radicals, high-energy molecules that attack healthy skin cells and speed up dehydration and wrinkles. So many good anti-ageing creams mop up these high-energy molecules. The main antioxidants used are.

Do they work?

It’s often said that using any old cheap moisturizer is just as ‘anti-ageing’ as of a top-range product. The basis of many claims is liposomes, microscopic capsules which deliver the cream’s ingredients to the skin. These capsules were initially criticized for being too unstable to even make it out of the pot. Makers say the new breeds are now composed of lipids or fats that are very similar to the epidermis’ own and so easily fuse with the skin cells to release their ingredients. Now it’s said even molecules that are too big to penetrate the skin, like collagen and elastin, are being chopped up and grafted into these liposomes

But while experts acknowledge that liposomes do act as carriers through the skin, they say we still do not quite know how or to what degree this happens. A lot of evidence now points to the idea that most chemicals take very tortuous paths round the cells. They travel a very long distance compared to the thickness of the skin. So the variation of absorption of drugs between people can be three to fourfold; in cosmetics the uptake is likely to be far less.

Other experts worry about the content of liposomes. The materials they contain probably don’t any biological effect.

Those cosmetic companies don’t do their homework. They invest heavy money in finding new ingredients and refining technology to make creams as user-friendly and effective as possible. The result is delicious products that refine, soothe and imbue a satisfying glow and sheen to skin.

Perhaps the real issue lies else where, anyway. Why are we so terrified of a few wrinkles in the first place?

Don't Be Afraid Of Sun Rays

Posted By: admin on June 15, 2011 in Beauty Care At Beach, Beauty Guide, Beauty Tips, Skin Care Tips, Tips for Skin Care - Comments: Comments Off on Don't Be Afraid Of Sun Rays

Don't Be Afraid Of Sun RaysIf you are one of those people who sit cooped up in an office all winter you are perhaps eager for the summer sun to shine again. The salubrious effect of sunshine on your skin can bring many benefits besides a golden tan, pink cheeks, and the relaxed look. Like many another sun lover, most of us wear too many clothes in the summer and keep our faces pale too far into July and August. Your skin benefits most when you take sun baths in gentle doses. A few minutes the first day on each side of the body is sufficient. Increase the time gradually.

Many a summer vacation has been ruined by first-day overexposure. Blistering sunburn sends the sun bather home in a painful nervous state. You can mark it in your little sun bathing book that more than 90 minutes in the sun means that you have a burn. By all means space your exposures and for safety’s sake keep the daily total less one and one-half hours.

If you want a golden glow, use suntan lotion or oil. These applications filter out some of the dangerous burning ultraviolet light rays. Keep your skin soft and pliant by preserving skin oils and replacing those you must lose. In salt water of the surf can wash away protecting skin oils. They need replacing after a day at the beach or lake. After an evening shower it is pleasant to rub down with a soothing lotion.

Ultraviolet light shining on the skin confers a great health benefit. It is capable of manufacturing vitamin D in the skin-the vitamin that is necessary for normal teeth and bones. Vitamin D plays a role in the metabolism of calcium and phosphorus, which are essential elements of bone and tooth development.

Sun increases the number and efficiency of blood vessels in the skin. The Islands where surf-and sun-bathing is done have a soft velvety-textured skin. This is because their skin has more blood circulating in the than the skin of the average city office worker who lives indoors. The sun produces a layer of pigment along the basal cells of the skin-in essence, the tanning process. These cells protect the skin from too much sun. Sunshine in moderate doses is soothing, softening, and beneficial to the skin. Certain skin diseases such as psoriasis acne and infection are cleared by sunlight. If one of them poses a problem for you, do not hesitate to get into a pair of trunks or a swim suit and give your skin the delightful healing touch of the sun.

On the other hand, excessive daily exposure of the skin to sunshine may produce certain cancer, which often is seen on the face, ears, neck, and hands of farmers, formers, forest rangers, construction workers cowboy’s outdoor workers. If you must be out in the sun all day, wear a hat and even gloves for your hands if possible. Spring time sunshine can be enjoyed with the clothes on. Sitting quietly on a park bench with your face upturned to the sun is an excellent way to relax in May and June. The warmth of the sun brings a relaxed tingle and glow to your body after the winter cold and confinement. As soon as the sun is out, do not waste coffee breaks on a drug store stool but take a stroll in the park or sit on a bench and soak up the healing sun. You will find it relaxing, and as soothing to the nerves as a tranquilizer.

Sun therapy has long been used in the treatment of tuberculosis. The tuberculosis sanatorium attendants push for patients out on the porches to lie in the sunshine. This treatment helps tuberculosis of the bone to heal, and is beneficial to lung patients also. Even in midwinter and with the patient’s breath steaming, the beneficial ultraviolet rays of the sun are captured in the sanatoriums by enclosing the patient in an aluminum cubicle and allowing the sun to reflect on his nude body while the wind and cold are kept from him.

Sunshine exposure on the golf course through a sweater or while the person is walking in the park or down a country road is great fun and wonderful for the health. Let us take off our coats and gradually expose as much of our body as possible to the health-giving sun. Teenage surfers and other “sun worshipers” should avoid overexposure the first few days of summer. Do not spoil your vacation with sunburn the first day out.

Beauty is the Wisdom of Women

Posted By: admin on June 8, 2011 in Beauty Guide, Beauty Tips, Primitive Beauty - Comments: 1 Comment »

Beauty is the Wisdom of Women

Cleansing

Women should regularly cleanse tone and moisturize every day. Cleansing removes old make-up and the grime that accumulates during the day.Remove mascara and eye shadow with cotton wool dipped in eye-cleansing lotion. Dab cleansing cream generously over the nose, chin, forehead and cheeks, using two fingers.

Massage the cream into the skin, starting under the throat, using a gentle upward motion and continue massaging up to the forehead. Massage cream back over the chin, which is particularly prone to blackheads. Use the index finger. Remove the cream with tissue pads. Start under the chin and work over the cheeks and on to the forehead.

Toning

Toners remove all traces of dirt, make-up or cleanser that remain after cleansing. Immediately after cleansing, apply toner to the forehead and cheeks using a pad of cotton wool. Apply toner to the crevices around the nose and the crevices around the chin.

Moisturizing

Without moisture, the skin will not remain smooth and supple. Your face is exposed to the drying effect of the weather, and moisturizers, which form a film over the skin, augment the natural moisture.

Work the cream around the jaw line, chin and mouth with the middle fingers of both hands. Massage the cream over your throat with alternating hands, using upward stroke from collar-bone to chin.

Curly and Longer eyes

We can’t all be blessed with long lashes, but mascara can make it look as if we were. Here are some simple tips to help you apply mascara properly. Draw wanted out of mascara tube and remove excess on a piece of paper towel.

Hold wand horizontally and slowly twirl as you move the brush from the roots to the tips. To set curl, hold wand and lashes together at the tips for several seconds. Apply second coat before the first coat has dried to avoid clumping.Apple mascara carefully to the bottom lashes, holding wand vertically. While lashes are still wet, comb through with a lash comb to separate each lash.

Tips

Wash off your mascara each night. Not only will it smear during the night, you won’t be able to apply more till your lashes are free from the old mascara. Replace your mascara every three months. Never pump the wand into the tube. This adds air to the mascara, and dries it out.

Great Nails!

Did you know it takes three months for a nail to renew itself from base to tips? Growth can be slowed by illness or bad diet. For healthy nails, avoid crash diets and eat lots of fruit and vegetables. If you suffer from brittle nails, keep them moisturized by using hand cream, almond oil or a daily nail treatment. Wearing nail polish also protects nails from chips and strengthens them against breaks.

Cure for dandruff

Pour vinegar into your hair, massage into scalp, then leave to dry for a few minutes. Then wash your hair. Repeat the process daily until the dandruff disappears, usually within a few days.

Beat cellulite

If you haven’t tried skin brushing, you’re missing out on one of the cheapest, most effective ways of beating cellulite. A quick skin-brushing before you get into the bath or shower will work wonders to stimulate your circulation, release toxins, and leave skin softer and smoother. Use a natural bristle brush on dry skin, making sweeping strokes from the soles of your feet, up your legs, buttocks and arms. Avoid broken or sore areas and delicate skin.

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