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A smooth peachy skin and an even complexion - Skin Care Beauty Tips

A smooth peachy skin and an even complexion - aren't these what our dreams are made of? Read on to know how to make these dreams come true.

Our skin works like a guard to our body. It is not only the largest organ of our body but it is also the most exposed one. The parts of our skin that don't regularly get covered by clothes take a beating every single day thus affecting the skin's texture, which refers to our skin's surface condition.
Good skin texture should be even, supple, smooth and hydrated with firm collagen and elastin support. Uneven skin texture is usually dry, rough, saggy and often sun-damaged. Several factors such as UV exposure, weather, lifestyle and daily habits can greatly affect the skin's texture. Your skin's texture says a lot about you, so it is very important to take care of it. If uneven skin is the bane of your life, don't fret. Follow these guidelines (preferably under the supervision of a dermatologist) to improve your skin's texture.


On a daily basis, use a good and appropriate cleanser to effectively remove excess oils and dirt from the skin thus making the skin's surface look and feel better.
 Moisture and hydration make the skin's surface smooth and relieve dry patches. To lock in moisture, apply your face and body moisturiser right after a bath or shower. A good moisturiser can temporarily plump up the skin, making the surface appear smoother. Look for ingredients that help skin retain water.
Use a gentle facial exfoliator and a good body scrub at least once a week to remove dead skin cells and debris build-up.


A diet rich in proteins, omega-3 and antioxidants will help restore the skin's natural nutrients that are responsible for its collagen stimulation, tone, colour and texture. Drink adequate amounts of water to flush toxins out of the body and improve digestion, which in turn will lead to healthier skin. Exercise regularly as it helps to remove toxins from the body, leading to better overall health and skin.
Antioxidants are molecules that neutralise free radicals that destroy skin's collagen and elastin support. Without collagen and elastin support, the skin loses its firmness and tone. To neutralise free-radical damage, opt for moisturisers and creams containing vitamins A, C and E, which are powerful antioxidants. These vitamins are listed in skincare formulations as retinyl palminate, ascorbyl palminate, vitamin C ester, tocopherol or tocopherol palminate etc. These vitamins are also found in natural skincare ingredients such as green tea extract, pomegranate, grapefruit and sunflower seed oil.


Appropriate procedures such as medi-facials, photofacials or intense pulsed light treatment, microdermabrasion or superficial peels done by a dermatologist can help improve the skin texture and make the skin smooth, supple and radiant. Other options are using products/treatments containing alpha hydroxy acids (glycolic acid, lactic acid etc.). These products smoothen the skin by peeling off the very top layers of the epidermis. However, they should be done strictly under a dermatologist's guidance.


Use a broad spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 everyday. Apply your sunscreen 20 to 30 minutes before stepping out. Use sunscreen liberally and reapply every two hours or after getting out of the water. Lightweight, cotton clothes along with a cap, scarf or broad-brimmed hat, too, will protect you from harmful UV rays. These steps will protect your skin from further damage and improve its texture.

Here are some home remedies to help to improve skin texture:

Mix a tablespoon of curd, lemon juice and honey and apply it on the face for 10-15 minutes. It will help to lighten your complexion and will give you smooth, glowing skin.
Mix sandalwood powder with milk or water to make a paste. Apply it on the face and neck. Leave it on till it dries completely and rinse with plain water.
Take one tablespoon each of carrot juice, tomato juice and lemon juice. Mix them well and apply on the face and rinse with water after 10 minutes. This remedy works equally well for oily and dry skin.

Grooming your hair is a game that's best played fair - Hair care Tips

 Classic conditioning
Monday morning dawns, and you realise you've overslept! Your hair's a complete wreck, but you have just about 20 minutes for your usual routine. A quick jump in the shower and you decide to skip the conditioner (heck, no time!). But following your shampoo with a conditioner is rule number one that you shouldn't break. "You should always condition your hair, no matter how dense or fine it is; and condition from mid-lengths to the ends.” But that doesn't mean you use it like a shampoo – don't apply and rinse immediately. Placid explains, “You're simply wasting your money if you don't allow the conditioner to sit on your hair for a few minutes. The conditioner takes time to work its magic on the hair, and rinsing it out immediately isn't acceptable.

Combing the surface

The trouble after a hair wash? Getting your hair to behave itself when it's dry. And God help you if you're in a hurry. Tying your wet hair up into a pony or harshly stroking it to detangle is a capital crime. Shirin warns, "It is absolutely vital that you don't comb or tie up your hair when it is wet. Since the temporary bonds are broken, the hair is vulnerable and prone to damage." While this rule is constantly impressed upon us by our stylists, Placid opens the door to another mistake we should avoid. He elucidates, “Using a fine toothed comb on dry hair causes static and eventually leads to breakage."

Natural ingredient
In traditional Indian way of haircare, henna has always made its presence felt, especially as a hair conditioner. However, what's not often accounted for is the fact that it dries out your hair. Moreover, if you are a henna user and want to switch to colour, the transition doesn't quite work out the way you want. Avoid using henna as it dries the hair out. It also acts as a barrier especially when you want to colour your hair.

Heat protection

 An evening out is planned, and you automatically look at the tools of the trade to give your hair the style you desire. You take your pick from straightening, curling or simply blow-drying to make your tresses look gorgeous. Though the styles you create with heat appliances are fabulous, there's also a good amount of damage involved. Heat causes the cuticles to open up, thereby letting the hair absorb moisture. Using excess heat hampers the cuticle from closing, which causes the hair to absorb more moisture and eventually makes it drier. Fortunately, there's a simple solution. Placid says, “Always use a thermal spray or hair lotion before using any heat appliance."

oil away

Your grandmother has passed this on to your mother, and your mother on to you. All through your childhood, oiling has played an important role in your haircare regime. Yes, our experts agree with this little secret, though with a few changes. “If you have oiled your hair, make sure it doesn't stay on your hair for more than one night. Your scalp needs to breathe, and the oil (along with the dirt and grime) on your scalp tends to clog the pores. This is an ideal situation for the bacteria to grow on your scalp, causing problems such as dandruff, hair fall and the like.” According to Placid, oiling the hair is a fault. He says, “Oil is meant for the scalp, not the locks. If you use excess oil on your hair thinking that it will make your hair softer, you are mistaken. The excess oil simply sits on your locks, leaving you to wash it off with shampoo about two or three times. This isn't suited for your hair, as shampooing twice strips the hair of its natural oils, leaving it dry, and defeats the purpose of oiling.
Snip snip!
No matter how many times the stylist tells us, we just don't seem to listen. A trim every six or eight weeks not only keeps your style vibrant, but also helps in keeping the split-ends at bay. So, the next time your stylist tells you to take the snip regularly, listen to her. And see how a good trim gives you and your hair an instant makeover!

How to look younger without cosmetics - FASCINATING FACE YOGA

Since 2002 the anti-ageing skincare market in the USA has consistently generated over two billion U.S. dollars in retail sales annually. The complete year-wise pattern can be seen on the website, which also predicts a similar trend for 2015. In India too, it's an ever burgeoning market with an endless variety of make-up, creams and cosmetic treatments being introduced to fight those natural but less than flattering changes that accompany the process of growing older: primarily fine lines and wrinkles.
In a world that is perhaps increasingly obsessed with outer appearances - what with the constant exposure to unrealistic images of flawless beauty and unfading youthfulness – it can be overwhelming and frustrating to pick the right anti-ageing products, even more so when the chemicals and artificial components of such products can sometimes end up doing more harm than good to the delicate tissues of the skin.
So what is the way out? How can you keep yourself looking healthy and young without having to choose from an endless variety of products offering magical results? Well, why not go the natural way and introduce face yoga to your daily beauty regime?
Face yoga or face pilates are a set of facial exercises that work the muscles and the skin of the face, using facial expressions and massaging with the fingers. Routines are designed to increase blood circulation, lift the muscles, and relive stress in order to help your skin look firmer and healthier.
Historical figures such as the famed Egyptian queen Cleopatra, French courtesans, and the empresses of the ancient Chinese Imperial Court were known to use facial exercises to maintain their youthful appearances. Since then, traditional Chinese facial exercises have been used to this day.
As the old adage goes, prevention is better than cure. If you're starting to notice the fine lines and wrinkles that can begin showing up on your face as early as your twenties, try the following simple exercises and watch them gradually disappear rather than turn into full-fledged wrinkles:


Stand in front of a mirror and imagine your forehead to be a smooth piece of glass or any other smooth surface you can visualise. Visualisation is the key to achieving the best results from yoga. Place the fingertips of both hands vertically on the centre of your forehead and gently push them outward toward your hairline, applying a slight pressure. Repeat twice to make a set. Do a total of three such sets, making sure to use a firm yet gentle smoothing motion each time.
Place the tip of each index finger on the outer corner of each eyebrow. Gently pull your eyebrows outward toward the hairline and close your eyes. This relaxes the muscles around the eyes and improves blood circulation. Repeat only twice.
Gaining consciousness
Again, looking at the mirror imagine your forehead to be a smooth piece of glass. Now, open your eyes as wide as you can without any wrinkle appearing on your forehead. Then focus your gaze on a point just below your nose for five10 seconds and release. Repeat this four times and each time become aware that you need not wrinkle your forehead every time you widen or narrow your eyes. Make a conscious effort from day to day to not wrinkle your forehead when talking, frowning, or experiencing stress.
Looking at the mirror, raise your eyebrows as high as you can. Then, using the fingertips of both hands,smooth out the wrinkles that have appeared on your forehead, moving with a brushing motion from the outer tips of the eyebrows towards the hairline. Repeat twice.
Full face stretch
Finally, it's time to exercise all the muscles on your face at once. First, take a deep breath in and clench your hands into tight fists. Scrunch up your eyes and nose and all the other muscles on your face. Hold for a second or two, then exhale and stick your tongue out, at the same time stretching your palms wide and opening your eyes as big as you can and rolling them. Repeat this twice to wind up your face yoga routine designed to counter the early signs of wrinkles on your face.
For maximum results, allot a specific time daily to devote to this routine. A little while before bed is a good time, and to further enhance the results, you can follow it up by rubbing an ice cube wrapped in a cotton cloth all over your face. This works wonders in firming up the skin and lending a beautiful glow to your face. Be sure to wrap the ice in a cotton cloth as direct contact of ice with the skin can damage the delicate capillary network below the surface of the skin.
Apart from the exercises explained above, there is a plethora of other face yoga routines to address specific concerns like faceslimming, wrinkles around the eyes, a double chin, etc. However, be sure to consult a specialist before attempting anything too intense and remember never to overdo any exercise in an attempt to speed up results. You may end up doing a lot more harm than good and often such damage is irreversible. So, take it easy and remember that the best way to combat age is to keep the mind young – stress less, take the time to do the things you enjoy, spend time with people who make you happy and get rid of unnecessary burdens.

FRIZZY HAIR? Shampooing is not a solution - Hair care Tips

One of the most common problems for people with curly hair is the frizz. A lot of magazines and papers give solutions and a lot of online forum groups discuss this and a lot of shampoos and conditioners are out. People who have really frizzy and curly hair will know that, in spite of getting all those products, and having followed those tips, the hair shows very little change.

The frizz problem can be controlled only if you understand your hair and give it the care it needs.
No matter how much care you take and no matter how patient you are, your hairstyle is almost all the time ruined. When you think you just set your hair right, you see a strand
slowly protruding. It's not just your hair. A lot of girls and women all over the globe face the problem.

The type of your hair depends on the follicles. There are three kinds of them – round, oval and the really flattened ones. Straight hair grows from round follicles, wavy hair from oval, and curly hair from the flat follicles. If you can get the structure of your hair from a biology book, you'll see that it has certain glands which secrete oil. Now it is this oil that keeps your hair healthy, smooth and maintained. The curly hair does not stick to the scalp – that's the design of your hair - and so, gets not much of this natural hair. So, naturally, the hair becomes dry. When your hair is dry, it is not healthy and tends to break off quickly. When the leftover pieces of broken hair remains, they obviously stick out in different direction making the hair frizzy.
Unfortunately, science has not advanced enough to change the shape of your follicles. So, you cannot do any permanent change to the kind of your hair. What you can do with a little patience is to make your hair less dry, so it is healthier. That way, it breaks less and reduces frizz. People think if their hair isn't curly any more, it wouldn't be frizzy and often straighten it. That just makes the hair drier and the newly growing hair would surely grow curly. Shampooing your hair is definitely not at all the answer. In fact, really curly and frizzy hair would be a lot better if the chemicals are kept away from them.

Shampoo is just a perfumed cleaning agent. It does not do anything else, no matter what the label says. While it's in the cleaning process, it removes all the natural oil from the hair which frizzy haired people just cannot afford to lose. A lot of people just dump in a lot of conditioner after shampooing – yes, conditioners certainly help, but why spend all the money on your shampoo to remove the oil and then spend on the conditioners again to nourish your hair?
By altering the caring method of our hair, it certainly can be made less frizzy. Here's how:

Wash your hair but not with shampoo. Remember, the whole point of shampooing is just to "clean" you hair. Try the no-poo method. But if you must use a shampoo, go for the one that says anti-frizz or smoothening or things like that on the label. Even then it's better to apply it on the root and leave the rest of your hair alone.
Do not blow-dry your hair. Run your hand through the wet hair and let it dry naturally. Apply a heavy leave-in conditioner.
Do not wash your hair in hot water.
If it's hard water running in your tap, install a water softener as hard water does make your hair very frizzy.
Apply plenty of oil on the scalp and massage it for a few minutes. Then oil the entire portion of your hair. Be generous - give your hair a lot of oil. Get a thick cotton towel and dip it in hot water and wrap it over the oiled head. Repeat again once the towel dries.
Whenever possible, a yolk, olive oil, almond oil etc, and wash your hair. Leaving the oil in your hair overnight helps a lot.
Use wide-toothed combs. Do not brush your hair.
Drink a lot of water. Eat a lot of green leafy vegetables.
Reducing smoking and drinking lessen the drying up of the scalp. The healthier the body is, healthier your hair is.
Do not colour, bleach, or straighten your hair as it involves a lot of heat and will surely damage your hair.
No-poo is a mixture of baking soda and vinegar to wash your hair. But do not use a lot of baking soda. That would dry your hair.
Unflavoured gelatin can be used instead of gels.
A lot of hair-care products can be replaced by natural ingredients which even if they do really show a huge difference surely would not damage your hair. Just taking a little pain in searching on the Internet would give you a lot of results from people following the natural method. Or probably taking some time to get your grandma's recipe would help too. It's your hair understanding its need and having the patience to care for it is necessary. Trust me on this one, when you see your hair healthy and gorgeous in its own unique way, you are going to be so happy. It's definitely worth all the pain.

GLYCERINE It's a beauty benefit - Beauty Tips

Glycerine or glycerol is a natural remedy used for skin care and healthy, lustrous hair. This odourless and colourless compound has a sweet-tasting tinge, usually present in cough syrups and elixirs. It is also an essential ingredient in creams, soaps, and body scrubs. Therefore, glycerine soothes all skin types and cleanses the skin from acne, wrinkles, fine lines and skin infections. It is also a mild and safe beauty ingredient with no side effects.

Acts as an antidote for dry skin

Dry skin can be a real problem, especially during the winter months. Glycerine can help you with that. Add a few drops of water to glycerine and apply to your skin directly. When applied, it will form a protective shield on your skin, preventing dryness. It helps in trapping the moisture from the air and thereby adds to the moisture in your skin. If you use this moisture-control compound it will regulate the oil content in your skin while keeping your skin supple and soft.
Gives you wrinkle-free skin
If you are looking to have smooth and wrinkle-free skin, glycerine is the remedy for you. When you apply it to your skin, it penetrates into its intracellular layer and pumps your skin with a good amount of moisture content. It maintains the cells while preventing wrinkles. A regular face massage with this can enhance the elasticity of your skin.
Heals scars
Glycerine helps in healing and removing scars caused by skin infections, acne or even wounds. You need to apply diluted or raw glycerine at least twice a day on your skin for effective results. It helps boost the cell metabolism of the areas plagued by scars while repairing the damaged tissues.
Prevents eczema and psoriasis
Skin disorders like eczema and psoriasis can be prevented with this key ingredient. It is multi-purpose in nature as it helps hydrate your skin and can prevent the outburst of lesions at the same time. It also provides relief from excessive skin irritation and itching. Glycerine can therefore help your skin maintain its natural glow while keeping it moisture-laden.
Maintains curly hair
Maintaining curly hair is often a challenge. It is prone to dry and frizzy texture. However, glycerine helps draw moisture from the air to the shafts in the hair. It works as a potent hair conditioner since curly hair can easily fall prey to dryness.

Glycerine with fuller's earth

You can make a face pack by using glycerine with fuller's earth. Add water to the ingredients to make a paste. Apply the paste on your face and neck. Keep it on for 15 minutes and then rinse with cold water. This face pack can help you achieve soft and hydrated skin.
Glycerine, milk, honey and oats
In order to unclog and cleanse skin pores, you can make a paste using glycerine, honey, milk and oats. You will need to add one tablespoon of glycerine with two tablespoons each of honey and milk. Mix the ingredients well till it forms a paste. Add oatmeal to the existing mixture and apply the paste to your face. This pack will ensure radiant skin. Here are some more homemade face packs with oats you could use.
Glycerine and honey
Glycerine and honey can be mixed together to create a potent mask for dry skin. After mixing, apply the pack to dry surfaces on the body. Keep the solution on for close to 20 minutes before washing it off with cold water. This remedy will infuse your skin with moisture, removing any trace of dryness on the skin.
Glycerine and water
Equal amounts of both glycerine and water can be mixed to form a potent hair spray. The mixture can be stored in a bottle in order to maintain curly hair. It serves as an effective hair conditioner.



• Use a high SPF moisturiser (30 to 50) or foundation for getting soft and beautiful skin as well as proper UV protection. Try to replace liquid or cream foundations with tinted oilfree moisturiser to avoid caking up of the face due to sweating in summers.
• Eyeliner often smudges very easily in the heat and humidity. Use a powder eye-shadow rather than pencil or liquid liner for lining your eyes. If you are going in the pool or are at a beach, skip the liner.
• Eye-shadows crease and melt due to perspiration, heat and humidity. If you are planning to wear an eye shadow, make sure to apply a primer first to keep your shadow in place. Choose light eye-shadow colours that are close to your skin tone.
• Make sure to use a waterproof formula if you want to wear mascara. Use brown-black rather jet black and only apply one coat. Use mascara only on your top lashes for a natural look this summer.
•Store your cosmetics in a cool and dry place as hot and humid conditions are ideal bacterial breeding grounds. Clean your eye make-up brushes regularly with cleaning sprays or mild natural shampoo.
A few quick and easy exercises suggested  which will help in relieving the eye strain and keeping them healthy, are:
Sit comfortably and rub your hands together to make them warm. Keep the eyes closed and cover them lightly with your cupped palms. Don't apply any pressure on your eyeballs. Place your palms so that the eyes are covered properly. Make sure that there are no gaps between fingers so no light rays enter the eyes. Do deep breathing slowly. Relax like that for three-five minutes and then uncover the eyes. Repeat the palming for three minutes or more.
Convergence exercise
Hold a pencil in front of you at arm's length. Move your arm slowly to your nose, and follow the pencil with your eyes until you can't keep it in focus. Repeat 10 times. This will strengthen the eye muscles responsible for convergence.
Change of focus
Focus on a distant object for few seconds and slowly refocus your eyes on a nearby object at arm's length. Focus for 20 seconds and go back to the distant object. Do this five times. Taking short breaks while working on the computer to stare out to a distant object also reduces eyestrain.
Always consult your eye doctor before doing any of these exercises. Don't do the exercises with your contact lenses on. Do not apply pressure on your eyes.
It is more important to do the exercises regularly than to do those for a long time in one go. Do this for at least a few days and you should notice that, when you finish working, your eyes aren't as tired as usual and start your day with shining and relaxed eyes

All you mothers, give your li'l girls healthy and beautiful locks with these miracle hair foods

 There are hair foods that can transform your tresses from dull to dazzling in a jiffy. And these products are right in your kitchen. Tried and tested for years, these ingredients have been used in hair care and the recipes have been handed down from mother to daughter for generations. After all, mother knows best.

“A hair massage stimulates blood flow to the follicles to activate them, and also cools and relaxes the scalp through the medium of oil. Every mother should oil her daughter's hair at least once a week, as this also creates a special bonding between them.”
From her early years itself, treat your little princess' hair with utmost care, so that she goes on to have healthy and gorgeous hair.

The power and popularity of this white wonder is not unknown to anyone. Mix it with certain other ingredients for strong and shiny hair, and to beat dry and frizzy hair woes.
The main component of hair is protein. Milk is a high-quality protein food and should be consumed regularly, especially by vegetarians.
It also contains fats, carbohydrates, vitamins and various other minerals. Vitamins such as folate, B6 and biotin help in hair growth, and so does calcium. Milk also has high-quality proteins such as whey and casein, and trace amounts of iron and zinc, which are beneficial, too. Adults, who are weight watchers, should have low-fat milk.

Honey is known for its medicinal and healing properties, and aids in weight loss, too.
Honey contains iron, calcium, potassium, sodium, vitamins B and C, enzymes and amino acids. It can be applied externally for beauty purposes, as it is a powerful humectant. A humectant attracts moisture from the atmosphere to the skin or hair.
There is a common misconception that honey, when applied to hair, leads to greying. However, there is no evidence that honey leads to greying of hair, as it isn't a bleaching agent. In fact, honey makes hair soft, smooth, lustrous and healthy.
Massaging coconut oil stimulates blood circulation to the follicles and softens hair texture. However, don't rub vigorously. Pure coconut oil is most commonly used in India. It is nourishing and promotes hair growth, too.
Coconut milk is rich in protein, essential fats, iron and manganese, and helps hair growth. Apply it to the hair, leave it for two hours and rinse with plain water. This makes hair soft, silky and manageable.
Olive oil is rich in vitamins A, B, C, D and E, and iron, too, and is a powerhouse of antioxidants. It has several nourishing, moisturising and conditioning properties, and improves the strength and elasticity of hair. It is one of the best sources of oleic acid and omega-9 fatty acids.
It can be used either in a hot oil treatment or mixed as one of the nourishing ingredients in a hair mask. Small amounts of olive oil combed through dry, curly and frizzy hair will help tame the strands.
olive oil hair treatments help reduce the stress caused by the chemicals in products. A treatment with egg yolks and olive oil smoothens and moisturises the hair, and provides lustre, too.
They are crunchy and yummy, and extremely healthy, too!
Rich in iron, copper, phosphorous, vitamin B1 and proteins, almonds help in the formation of haemoglobin and new cells, which, in turn, keep hair healthy. Almond oil mixed with two-three teaspoons of almond milk is a satisfying meal for our hair roots.
This 'king of nuts' is a highly nutritious food. Almonds contain vitamin E, which is a strong antioxidant that protects hair from pollution and UV rays. One of the causes of hair loss is zinc deficiency and almonds contain zinc in fairly good amount.”
The best way to consume almonds is to blanch them and peel the skin before eating. The peel absorbs the harmful alkaloids present in these nuts.
Just one a day can keep a number of health-related issues away
Eggs are packed with proteins and essential amino acids. They promote healthy hair, thanks to their high sulphur content, and vitamins (A, D and E) and minerals present in them.”
The high protein and lecithin content in eggs strengthen hair follicles, thus minimising breakage and providing smoothness. The nutrients condition the hair and add volume, shine and texture. An egg white or yolk is often mixed with olive oil, lemon juice or avocado to make a hair mask and conditioner.
The yolk, thanks to its high nutritive value, protects hair from chlorine, pollution and harmful UV rays.
Curry leaves
They add the quintessential flavour to any Indian curry or gravy.
Curry leaves or kadi patta are loaded with vitamins B1, B2, B3, B9 and C. They are rich in beta-carotene, iron, calcium and phosphorus. They give a darker pigment and a healthy sheen to the hair. Mothers who have experienced early greying could save their daughters from this plight by massaging curry leaves with other juices to maintain darker hair.
Soak 10-15 almonds overnight. Next morning, peel and grind them with some warm water and 15 curry leaves to make a thick, velvety paste. Massage it to the scalp for five minutes and then wash your hair with a mild herbal shampoo. This can be done at least once a week.

Summer Season Beauty care Tips - The Change Maker

Much as we love the summer holidays, the season brings with it necessary changes that are essential for a fun, stress-(and sweat-) free summer.

Dress up and play

The sun is a source of life, but it can also be pretty harsh during the summer. While we can't fight it, we certainly can make some changes to our lifestyle in order to live in harmony with the hot ball of fire.
Clothes and lifestyle habits are the two areas where we can make a change. It's only logical that woollens, faux furs, et al get confined to the back of the closet as cottons, linens and muslins come out. A short cotton skirt or long linen pants is all that it takes to make you a stylish summer goddess!
Dying for an occasion to wear that pretty one-shoulder dress? Bring it right out, because there will never be a better time than summer. Summer season validates wearing dresses to almost any occasion, a definite plus for the hot months. That was the easy part. Now, for the difficult bit – exercise. Working out in the heat is one of the most unpalatable things. Swimming is one of the best ways to stay fit, and a sure-shot way to beat the heat. Dance or sports are also great ways of losing weight without actually working out. Since we sweat more during summers, the calories burn off faster, making weight loss easier.
Pamper your skin
Exercising has the added benefit of improving the skin's texture. And summer can definitely take a toll on skin health. Sweat can cause outbreaks on the face and exposure to the sun can lead to sunstroke or rashes. To avoid this, never leave the house without applying generous amount of sunscreen. Sunscreens or sunblock sprays are a must, no matter what time of the year, but summers require your skin to be more diligently protected.
The kind of protection that one needs depends on the individual's skin type and the amount of sun exposure. The market has everything from products with SPF 15, all the way up to 100, SO select one that suits you best. Skeyndor, Lotus Herbals and Eminence Organic have products, which provide great sun protection. "Prolonged exposure to sun and aggressive skin treatments can cause skin ailments such as sun burn and dehydration. It could also cause blemishes, pimples and pigmentation that could lead to skin cancer. Harsh skin treatments and staying in the sun for too long should be avoided.
Water plays an important part in skincare, since up to 60 per cent or more of our body is made up of water. During summers, when we perspire excessively, we lose a lot of water, and therefore, need to drink more of it. Lack of sufficient water intake causes dry skin, acne, fine lines and wrinkles.
Summer is no excuse to look like something the cat dragged in, so, by all means, apply make-up. But remember to keep it light and use products that are sweat-proof. Pastel colours are reminiscent of beaches and balmy climate, perfect for the weather. Additionally, "Light blue, pale pink and light violet are some of the many shades you can apply on your eyelids.
Gourmet's day out
And now, comes my personal favourite - food! For all the food lovers out there who think that summertime is bad because we need to make boring changes to our diet on account of the weather, think again! Rich, heavy foodstuffs aren't the best things to have during summers, but, the alternatives are surely not unexciting.
Cucumber, carrots, onions, tomatoes, zucchini and celery may sound lacklustre on their own, but throw them together in a salad and you have a healthy, tasty meal. Leafy vegetables such as spinach also work wonders during this time. All of these have antioxidants that help minimise skin damage caused due to prolonged sun exposure. The vitamin B in these vegetables also helps prevent dry skin, rashes and itching.
Watermelon and musk melon, which have high water content, will keep you hydrated, even as the mercury soars.
Now that the dos are taken care of here are some don'ts. As far as possible, avoid fatty or fried foodstuffs, meats and cheese. Coffee, chocolate, colas and alcohol intake should also be kept to a minimum, since they contain chemical additives, which aren't good for summers.
Equipped with these nuggets of wisdom, you certainly can't go wrong on the health watch front.

Beauty tips for Mom

 This Mother's Day skip the usual flowers and chocolates and treat your mother to an experience she will cherish forever. Vadamalli out beauty treatments that are sure to make your mom feel so good.
Mother's Day is fast approaching. So give your mom a treatment she truly deserves. Clothes, jewellery and kitchen tools are passé; this year, indulge her with a relaxing spa treatment. share some tips.
Life begins at 40
After the age of 40, women start experiencing a lot of physical and psychological changes. A few changes that are common to all are hot flushes, mood swings and feelings of loneliness. These changes are mainly due to the decreasing levels of oestrogen, the hormone produced by ovaries. Therefore, most experts believe that a woman should lay more emphasis on her personal hygiene and wellness during this period of her life. From regular facials to keep the skin tight, to massages that ease tensed muscles, hitting the spa often is very essential.
Here are some treatments you can gift your mothers.

hydrating skin treatments
One of the biggest problems experienced due to ageing skin is dryness. This is faced even by women who have excessively oily skin during their early years. It is necessary to tackle dry skin and give it ample nourishment to keep signs of ageing such as wrinkles and fine lines at bay. The best way to do so is with the help of hydrating skin treatments. The Ayurvedic treatment, Abhyanga, or the Swedish deep tissue massage, help to nourish the skin's superficial level. The movements used during these massages also help relax the body and make the skin glow. Another moisturising treatment you can opt for is a hydrating facial. Facials done using essential oils, botanical extracts and nourishing ingredients such as milk, honey, banana and seaweed battle dryness, fight signs of ageing and tighten sagging skin.
Skin brightening  and polishing treatments
Other problems faced by ageing skin include pigmentation, excessive flaking and dullness. A rejuvenating facial that tackles these issues can be a great gift for your mother. Skin brightening and polishing facials are rich in ingredients such as papaya, lemon, rice flour, sea algae and antioxidants. These help to soften the skin and visibly improve its natural radiance, appearance and texture. The same can be said for skin polishing treatments that help get rid of the dead skin and improve tonicity (firmness).

Firming eye treatment
An eye treatment is perfect to tackle the very first sign of ageing, which appears around the eyes. It will also be a perfect treat for your mother, especially if she is an avid television watcher. It helps battle eye strain, computer headaches and stress. Eye treatments also firm up the thin skin around the eyes and relax tensed muscles. Most treatments use ingredients such as seaweed extracts, green tea and vitamin C, which help in reducing the appearance of fine lines and provide protection against environmental damage. They also help tackle under-eye circles and puffy eyes.
Shirodhara treatment
Another complaint in ageing women is lack of sleep or insomnia. A sure shot way to ensure that your mother sleeps like a baby is treating her to a Shirodhara treatment. This head massage involves the application of a medicated oil that soothes tense muscles, reduces stress and eases sleep-related woes. The warm medicated oil, which continuously falls on the forehead during this treatment, triggers the third-eye chakra and releases the happy hormone known as serotonin. This instantly perks one up and makes you feel light and happy.
Foot reflexology
Out of all spa treatments, nothing relaxes the entire body in a jiffy like foot reflexology. If done well, it brings about a deep state of relaxation that is a must for all busy mummies. Foot reflexology is apt for women who don't have time to indulge in long treatments. This treatment involves stroking of the feet and the application of certain hand and finger techniques that improve blood flow to vital organs. This helps deliver oxygen and nutrients to various organs and nourishes body tissues, too. Since the treatment is deeply relaxing, it helps battle mood swings to a large extent

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