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5 Tips On How To Combat Dry Flaky Skin During Hot Summer Days

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5 Tips On How To Combat Dry Flaky Skin During Hot Summer Days

We all look forward to this warm season when we all get out, go on a walk or at the beach and let the sunlight hit our skin. But did you know that our skin gets even drier as the sunlight absorbs the moisture from our skin, making it dry, wrinkly and flaky? In addition, prolonged and frequent exposure to the ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun can potentially cause skin cancer, therefore, it is important to get as much protection when out in the sun often, as it will surely damage the skin. Tips On How To Combat Dry Skin...

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Glass Skin Is In! Check Out TikTok’s ‘SLUGGING’ Trend Today!

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Glass Skin Is In! Check Out TikTok’s ‘SLUGGING’ Trend Today!

Are you tired of your dry, dull, bumpy patchy especially during extreme colder months or hot summer days?Millions of TikTok users have been sharing their tips and tricks on how to have a healthy glowing skin, wether it's a magical new product they promote or add to their skin care routine, or a homemade product for skin care, we all are guilty of being influenced by the posts of the users of this social media giant for tips and info, especially when it comes to DIY skin care. "Slugging" is a technique for skincare that seals and and coats the skin, and slathering...

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Home Remedies to Prevent and Soften Dry Cracked Heels

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Home Remedies to Prevent and Soften Dry Cracked Heels

Wearing open shoes and breathable sandals are undeniably so comfortable than those chunky boots and closed shoes. But did you know that if you are the type who walks around and stands all day then there is s huge chance for you to develop those ugly cracked heels and even painful fissures.

 Dry skin is definitely the root cause of cracked heels but here are some other possible reasons and factors that contribute to making it more visible.

 Being obese or overweight which increases the pressure on the heels
 Skin disorders such as athlete’s foot, psoriasis, eczema and contact dermatitis...

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How to Lanolise Wool Cloth and Covers

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How to Lanolise Wool Cloth and Covers

People get so confused and find it a bit hard to lanolise wool cloth and covers, when it's actually a lot easier than you might think. Some lanolise straight after washing while the cloth is still damp.  If you're thinking you'll need to massage the lanolin directly to the cloth, no, you’re not going to have to that!  To start off, you’ll need to have the right supplies. Pure EP Grade Lanolin a teaspoon 1/2 liter of hot water a basin half filled with water a towel to dry a baby shampoo. Here are the steps on how to lanolise wool nappies or clothes: 1. Use about 1/2...

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5 Surprising Motherhood Changes - The Good and Bad

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5 Surprising Motherhood Changes - The Good and Bad

We often hear from others that motherhood changes people, but do we really know why or how? Elevated hormones and mood swings all play a huge role in the changes. We may not understand what is really happening – until we become mums ourselves. That’s when a whole new reality and adjustment takes place. There are so many changes happening in our body and one of which is the neurological changes in the brain that start during pregnancy. Oxytocin, often called the “love hormone”, increase in levels dramatically during pregnancy and after giving birth, which help mothers to alleviate their...

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