microdermabrasion

Many people want healthy, youthful skin without the invasive procedures that plastic surgery offers. Microdermabrasion works to fulfill this need using a technique of simply buffering the surface layer of skin through exfoliation. The process is also called micro-epi-dermabrasion because it only affects the epidermis, which keeps it from being harmful, painful, or damaging to the new skin. This process removes that outer layer of dead skin cells with a sensation that has been reported to feel like a cat licking the skin. It has become a popular treatment that is performed on the face, neck, hands, chest and arms. Here are the different tools, materials, and techniques needed for accomplishing the new, glowing skin effects at home and in a professional setting.

The Home Process

Microdermabrasion was once a completely natural treatment that did not require specialized equipment or tools. Organic ingredients such as diamond tips, shells, plants, and sugar are still used today in homemade concoctions. Even brushes or bristle tips can be an alternative to salon treatments.

For those wanting to do the home treatment without the work of mixing the right materials, ready-made treatments are sold in jars for about $50-80. By using the hands to rub either the organic or ready-made creams and scrubs onto the skin, the particles and crystals remove the dead skin of the top stratum corneum layer, while the nutrients moisturize and hydrate the new skin. Read More →

Fibre Rich Diet

You might have heard a lot about antioxidants and how it helps the people in preserving their youthful complexion, but not many people know about the benefits of fibre. Fibre can do a lot for your health, and can help you with your looks in many ways. Here are these nutrient’s five benefits.

It gives you whiter and healthier teeth

Fruits are rich with fibre and one good fruit is apple. While it is so good for your health, it also helps your teeth making them whiter and healthier. An apple contains 4.4 grams of fibre when eaten whole. When you bite an apple, it increases the production of saliva in your mouth, which decreases levels of bacteria resulting in less tooth decay. So when you say an apple a day keeps the doctor away, you can also say it keeps the dentist away.

It is good for controlling your weight

Losing weight and maintaining your ideal weight both are a challenging task. Including fibre in your diet can help you with these tasks. Food that contains fibre makes you feel full along with providing you with necessary energy. When you eat fibre-rich foods, you feel full quickly which prevents you from eating more. This enables you to lose weight without keeping you away from eating. Also, it doesn’t make you weak meaning you don’t have to sacrifice health to maintain or lose your weight. Read More →

Wine For Health

Good news for people who drink wine. According to a new research, drinking a glass of red or white wine while having dinner can be beneficial for your health. The research was put forward at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in Barcelona. If you drink wine in moderate amount and combine it with exercise on regular basis then it can help you against heart diseases.

Researchers from Czech took 146 participants for the research. These people had mild to moderate heart disease risk. Half of the participants were told to drink white wine and other half were told to drink red wine for one year. Men were told that they can have 2 to 2½ glass of wine each day. The women were told that they can drink 1 or 2 glass of wine per day. Read More →