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PostSubject: Benefits of Using Handmade Soap   Sun Mar 14, 2010 6:01 pm

Stop Drying Your Skin Out with the Store-bought Soaps Loaded with Chemicals that Age and Irritate
BENEFIT #1: Handmade soap is made with natural ingredients.

More attention is paid to the ingredients we use on our bodies than every before in modern history. We reject those ingredients which we believe are not health-wise. There is a great interest in using natural
ingredients whenever possible in our daily lives. We want to know what it is and where it actually comes from. It comes as no surprise that we would have that same concern for the products we use on our skin.

Soap should clean your skin but not leave it dry, irritated or itchy. Handmade soap is mild and cleanses your skin gently and softly. It has a clean scent and leaves your skin smooth with no residue.

Various oils are used, some common and some exotic, in the making of natural soaps which can include olive oil, palm oil, avocado oil, cocoa butter, apricot kernel oil, almond oil, grapeseed oil, hemp seed oil and coconut oil. Each oil has a slightly different property to it and different skin benefits. Some are better for dry skin or for people with eczema. Many people enjoy cocoa butter in their soaps for its soothing, moisturizing properties.

BENEFIT #2: Handmade soap is chemical-free.

Some of the chemicals put in mass-produced soap are very drying and irritating to many people. The natural glycerin is stripped out of mass produced soap. Glycerin is a natural humectant and provides lubrication and smoothness. People with sensitive skin and certain allergies are often advised to purchase "Dove Soap" by their physicians because it is one of the few mass produced soaps that is "less" drying than others.

Each handmade soap has different ingredients and you can check the ingredients of each and choose the soap which is the best for your particular skin type or ailments. There are soaps for dry skin, normal skin, oily skin and combination skin.

BENEFITS #3: Handmade soap comes in many, many scents.
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PostSubject: How to choose a Lipstick Shade   Fri Mar 19, 2010 5:38 am

Do you want to choose the perfect shade for your lips?

If yes, here are some important tips that would be useful in choosing the perfect lipstick shade:

1. Test different lipstick shades in any local departmental store.
2. Try to choose a color that match with natural color of your lips and also your skin tone.
3. Women with large lips should use Browns, purple and Bronzes. Women with thinner lips one should go for light shades like Pink, Peach, and Apricot etc.
4. Lighter shades look good during daytime and darker shades at night time.
5. Deep lipstick shades go well with light makeup and light natural shades go best with heavy eye makeup.
6. Try to find a lipstick that looks good on your face when you are without makeup.
7. If you have olive skin tone you can go for red and brown shades.
8. For dark skin use plum or wine shade and for light skin use caramel or deep pink.

1. Select shiny and darker shades if you are going to attend any party at night.
2. Use lip liner close to your lipstick shade.
3. Even you can blend different shades of lipstick to get a new look.

Tips

* Never test lipsticks on your lips it can be unhygienic. You can try it on your wrist or fingertips.

Always test a lipstick as a shade can look great in tube or stick but may be not look good on your face.
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PostSubject: How to Make Natural Cosmetics   Fri Mar 19, 2010 5:50 am

atural and do not contain any sort of insensitive chemicals.

Perfect Hand Scrub –

Ingredients

½ cup sugar, ½ tablespoon lemon juice and 1 tablespoon honey

Method:

1. Heat the honey in microwave for few seconds. Now mix lemon juice, sugar and honey in a bowl and stir well. See that the mixture is not too thick.
2. Apply scrub on wet hands & rub all over for few minutes. Rinse well & see the magic.

Lip Balm –natural_cosmatics

Ingredients

8-10 drops of essential oil of choice, 1 tablespoon beeswax and 2 tablespoon petroleum jelly

Method:

1. Melt beeswax on low heat and add petroleum jelly and mix well.
2. Remove it from heat, add essential oil and stir.
3. Cool and use for soft and smooth lips.

Hair Shine –

* Boil tea leaves and use this water to wash hair. Add lime juice in it to get shine.
* Apply mixture of white portion of eggs and beer on scalp and wash after an hour.

Facial Mask –

* Mix a teaspoon of cucumber juice, little turmeric powder and lime juice. Apply the mixture on face & neck and wash after half an hour. Get glowing skin.
* Apply mashed papaya or coconut water on face to clean skin & make it fair.
* Massage skin with unboiled milk daily.

Sunburn Cure –

* Apply Aloe Vera juice or Cucumber on sunburn area to get relief.
* Apply milk cream with tomato juice onto the burn & wash after 15 minute
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PostSubject: How To Choose A Best Sunscreen Cream   Fri Mar 19, 2010 6:06 am

You cannot stop yourself from moving out of house but you can use sunscreen cream to shield yourself from the damaging effects of the sun rays. To choose a perfect sunscreen cream is a big deal as loads of brands are available in the market. So here are some quick tips to pick the best sunscreen cream that will suit your skin.

* Choose a sunscreen that offers protection from not only UVA (Ultra Violet A) but also UVB (Ultra Violet B) rays. Aveobenzone and Parsol chemicals present in the cream block these rays.Sunscreen
* If you want to use sunscreen while in water, then choose a sunscreen that is water resistant or water proof.
* Look for a sunscreen cream with at least SPF 15. If you have fair skin you should use cream with SPF 30 or more as fair skinned people require more protection.
* Always check the ingredients of the sunscreen cream and check that it contains Mexoryl in its list.
* If you remain outside in sun for a longer period of time you can try sun blocks having zinc oxide or titanium oxide.
* If you are allergic to skin products, you can go for fragrance free and hypo allergic sunscreen cream. To verify the sunscreen take a patch test on your skin and see that it is non-allergic.
* Make sure that your sunscreen is marked or has label “Broad Spectrum Protection”. This will provide protection against both types of ultra violet rays.
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PostSubject: Beauty Products   Fri Mar 19, 2010 6:10 am

Natural Cold Cream

Cold cream is the ultimate cleanser and moisturizer in one. It’s easy to make yourself and very cheap. Natural cold cream is better than other harmful chemical based creams. Natural home made cold cream contains lemon, honey, etc. which are easily available in market. Here are some tips for making natural cold creams.

* Wax Cold Cream: Take 6 tablespoons of olive oil and 28g beeswax, put it in a jar and stand in a pan of hot water until wax is melted. Warm 2 tablespoons of rosewater and add slowly to wax, stir it. Remove jar from hot water. Stir until it cool and thick. Store in clean, tightly sealed, dark jar.

* Rose Cold Cream: Take 2 ounces of good quality white wax, 2 ounces rose water and 8 ounces almond oil. Melt the wax over top of hot water. Remove from heat and beat in the essence and oil. Cool it and Store in jar.

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* Lemon Cold Cream: Take 1 beaten egg yolk and lemon juice together in a small mixing bowl. Add olive oil and vegetable oil, stirring constantly with a wire whisk, until the mixture thickens. If it gets too thick, add more lemon juice. The cream will keep for 2 weeks if refrigerated if tightly sealed.

* Mineral Cold Cream: Heat mineral oil and wax in double boiler. Dissolve borax in water and boil. Add to wax in a thin stream, stir in one direction. When mixed remove from heat and check temperature.
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