Why do we get oily skin?
Sebaceous glands present under the skin surface continuously produce an oily substance called Sebum. The sebum is composed of fat molecules. Sebum is important for our body because it maintains the moisture of our skin and keep our hair healthy and shiny. However, over production
Aging is a nightmare for every woman. You look into the mirror and suddenly realize that your skin is ageing now. You can clearly see the signs of aging: wrinkle or age spot, fine lines, laugh lines on your skin. Our skin is very important and serves many purposes but
Frown lines, laugh lines, glabella lines, forehead furrows, creases – whatever you call them, they are not supposed to be on your face. Frown lines in many ways gives us unattractive looks and thus can sometimes decrease our self confidence among mass people. Frown lines are also called “11 lines”
You don't always need 8 hours of sleep to look fresh and awake in the morning. In fact, there are various unexpected way to de-puff your under eye puffiness and look wide awake. Having puffy eyes in the morning can be very annoying if you have a big ahead. Having
Diabetes patients are increasing day by day. Nearly 5 in 10 people are suffering from Diabetes. About 3.2 million people in United Kingdom alone suffer from diabetes. Losing weight has many health benefits especially if you are suffering from type 2 diabetes. It can help you to have better control
Skin tags are also known as Fibroepithelial Polyp, Cutaneous Papilloma, or Acrochordons. They are harmless and painless from medical point of view, but can harm your self-esteem. It can emerge randomly at any part of your body. It is very common issue and usually appear in 40%+ of all adults at
Anti-ageing supplements are becoming an obsession nowadays. It is becoming the part of life since only diet is not enough. Anti-ageing diet do not rich in all the nutrients and micro nutrients necessary for slowing down the ageing process. That’s where natural supplements come in play. Natural supplements reverse the
When we smile, there is a line generated on our face from nose that extends toward the end corner or mouth. These smile lines that are produced at the sides of mouth which separate cheek bones from jawlines are called laugh lines or Nasolabial folds.
Smile lines are more common when