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Is Beauty Sleep Really a Thing?

Is Beauty Sleep Really a Thing?

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There is such a thing as beauty sleep. It’s...

7 Skincare Blunders We All Make

7 Skincare Blunders We All Make

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We all have some sort of skincare routine and...

Rice Water - The Best Kept Beauty Secret

Rice Water - The Best Kept Beauty Secret

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Enriched with minerals and vitamins, rice water...

Surprising Benefits of Gelatin

Surprising Benefits of Gelatin

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Gelatin is a protein derived from animal...

Caring For Your Contact Lenses

By  posted Oct 22nd 2014 | IN Healthy Living
Caring For Your Contact Lenses

Most people put on their contact lenses every day by rote, but if you follow these simple tips to care for them you will be able to protect your eyes and extend the life of the lenses.   Continue Reading »

Walking Barefoot For Good Health

By  posted Oct 22nd 2014 | IN Healthy Living
Walking Barefoot For Good Health

It may sound almost crazy if we tell you to walk barefoot today but it has been scientifically proved that walking barefoot has several health benefits. This age old concept is gaining momentum as a form of alternative healing.   Continue Reading »

Eating Healthy When You’re On Vacation

By  posted Oct 22nd 2014 | IN Healthy Living
Eating Healthy When You’re On Vacation

Vacations are meant for unwinding and seeing new places, but travelling doesn’t have to result in unhealthy eating. Here’s how to stay on a healthy eating plan while on vacation and still enjoy every minute of it!   Continue Reading »

Tattoo Care: Skincare Tips to Protect Your Newly Tattooed Skin

By  posted Oct 22nd 2014 | IN Healthy Living

Getting a tattoo can feel similar to having a scraped knee. That’s how sensitive it is. When you venture out into the sun, the tattooed skin gets uncomfortable; it can even cause a reaction or rash. There is a study that says that getting a tattoo can decrease the sensitivity of touch on the inked area; the findings are still inconclusive, but speculation is that there is a small difference in sensitivity to touch in the inked areas as compared to other areas due to the repeated stimulation of nerves affecting the touch receptors on skin. These can regenerate, which is why concrete evidence is needed on the study.  View Slideshow »

Homemade Hair Detox

By  posted Oct 21st 2014 | IN Healthy Living
Homemade Hair Detox

Styling products and environmental pollutants cause a buildup of toxins and chemicals on your scalp. A hair detox is one of the best ways to cleanse your scalp thoroughly and naturally.   Continue Reading »

The Consequences of Domestic Violence

By  posted Oct 21st 2014 | IN Healthy Living
The Consequences of Domestic Violence

In addition to being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, October also happens to be Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Since one of the key ways to deal with a problem as deep-rooted as this is to raise awareness about it, this article addresses the symptoms and consequences of domestic violence.   Continue Reading »

Why You Should Keep a Health Journal

By  posted Oct 21st 2014 | IN Healthy Living
Why You Should Keep a Health Journal

Keeping a health journal is the best way to understand what works best for you and your family. Writing in a journal will help you record calorie and food intake, allergies, required supplements, exercise, family history and sleep patterns.   Continue Reading »

9 Surprising Uses for Cucumbers

By  posted Oct 21st 2014 | IN Healthy Living

Apart from having plenty of health benefits, cucumbers have a few other uses that will surprise you. Right from curing bad breath and treating hangovers to defogging mirrors and cleaning steel, here are some unusual uses for cucumbers that you probably haven’t heard of.  View Slideshow »

7 Tips to Clear Your Mind after a Long Day at Work

By  posted Oct 20th 2014 | IN Healthy Living

While a few of us have the ability to live and enjoy quite a busy life, there are some of us who are mentally exhausted when we come back home from work. The stress at work, the tiring commute and the heat outside can really drain you out mentally. This leaves you dull and moody by the end of your day. Luckily, all this can be undone by simply clearing out the clutter from your mind. Here are a few ways to do so.  View Slideshow »

Rosemary for Health

By  posted Oct 20th 2014 | IN Healthy Living
Rosemary for Health

Rosemary is an aromatic evergreen herb that is native to the Mediterranean. It has been hailed since medieval times for its medicinal and immune-strengthening properties. Rosemary has been used to ease muscle pains, improve the circulatory system and memory. Research suggests that rosemary has cancer-preventive properties, too.   Continue Reading »

 

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