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Thursday, September 17, 2015

The great natural cream for skin rejuvenation

As you know our skin is withered and made thin with time inevitably. Gradually you see wrinkles and skin redness. It’s because of age and bad environment.

Here you can find the unique recipe of really magic cream, which will let you rejuvenate and tone your facial skin up.

You will need one fresh egg yolk, 3 teaspoons of olive oil (it will be better if you have almond oil), 1 teaspoon of honey, 1 teaspoon of fine sea salt, 3 teaspoons of calendula and chamomile decoction, 2 teaspoons of vaseline.

Mix all these ingredients in any glass container. Keep the mixture in the fridge a little. Then mix everything again.

Apply the magic cream on the facial skin with massage moves. Wait for 15-20 minutes and wash your face with a cotton pad wetted in the chamomile decoction.

Thursday, August 13, 2015

The oil mixture against mimic wrinkles on eyelids

This mask moistens and nourishes eyelids greatly. Wrinkles are smoothed and eyes look fresh and young.

To make this mask you need to take in 1 tablespoon of peach kernel oil, seeds oil, jojoba oil and oil of wheat sprouts. Mix all these oils in the sterilized container from dark glass.

Take 1 teaspoon of the oil mixture and warm a little. Then apply the warm mixture on the clean and dry eyelids skin. Close your eyes and put the cotton pads wet in the light tea brew above.

Keep the mask for 15-20 minutes. Then clean your eyes with a paper napkin.

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

The herbal bath for kids

There are various situations when you have to calm any skin itch or inflammatory reaction on your kid’s skin. In this case the special homemade herbal composition will help you.

Brew a handful of medicinal herbal tea in 2 liters of boiling water and keep on the light fire for 15 minutes. Then cool a little, filter the infusion and pour it in the bath. The time of taking a bath for the kid is 10 minutes.

Take the herbs in the equal proportions. Here are some recipes of herbal mixtures:

- Mix camomile, tickseed, heartsease and milfoil.

- Take 2-3 herbs from the list: succory root, dandelion root, lungwort root, knotgrass,  ashberries and camomile flowers.

- Make the composition from plantain leaves, flagroot, oak bark, tickseed herb and camomile flowers.

- Mix herbs of tickseed, camomile flowers and medicinal calendula.

Friday, June 26, 2015

Use day and night creams right

Everyone knows that there are day and night creams, but what is the difference between them, and for what purposes each of them is intended?

What is a day cream? It is an oil-water emulsion, in other words, water with addition of oil. It is composed of approximately 75% water and 25% fat. The consistency of this cream is light, almost air. A night cream is the inverse ratio of water and fat. This is a water-oil emulsion, i.e. oil plus water. The consistency of this cream is more thick and oily compared to the day cream.

Day cream protects skin from the harmful effects of atmospheric phenomena. It does not penetrate skin deeply, but affects only the upper layers. It’s not for nothing that this cream is used during the day when skin is exposed to active environmental factors.

Night cream regenerates and renews cells of facial skin. It contains biologically active substances that reach the deeper layers of skin. The process of cell renewal occurs at night, when the tissues are most relaxed and warm. The use of night creams makes sense when the skin is dry and sebaceous glands activity is weakened.

Sometimes skin becomes dry due to harmful external influences, such as excessive UV exposure, or prolonged illness. Then use of a night cream is a must! It is possible to start a regular use of a night cream only after 27-28 years.

A day cream is composed of soothing ingredients (panthenol, herbal extracts); moisture retaining agents (hyaluronic acid); vitamins that stimulate skin metabolism; filters that protect from sunlight. A night cream contains herbal extracts (such as parsley, green tea, and ginseng), that speed up metabolism, retinol, and amino acids that have anti-aging effect; lecithin and vitamins A, E, F, that prevent skin dryness; and collagen that provides skin elasticity.

How to use day cream correctly: a half an hour before going out it is necessary to clean the skin with a tonic or a specially designed for this purpose beauty milk. Apply cream from the center to your forehead, ears and neck. Remove any excess cream with a tissue.

How to use night cream correctly: not less than an hour before bedtime remove the remnants of daytime make-up from your face, and clean the skin. Put the cream on the skin, spreading along the massage lines from the center of the face. Before going to bed, remove the excess cream with a tissue.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Natural cosmetics: healthy components

In fact for most of us the "natural cosmetics" term is associated with homemade masks and creams. Women usually don’t believe brand cosmetics have natural ingredients. It is true in some measure; it is very difficult to find all-natural cosmetics. All-natural cosmetics are too expensive and have very short shelf life expiration. Notwithstanding there are enough of new cosmetically brands with high quality natural ingredients.

You'll recognize natural cosmetics by words: "organic" and "holistic". This cosmetic usually contain natural ingredients for the most part. In fact most of cosmetic products have natural ingredients in its composition but usually too less to be effective. How to distinguish natural cosmetics and cosmetics, that include only few drops of natural extracts as aromatizers? Natural is always better, though synthetic isn't necessarily worse, the question is capacity.

Read the composition of the cosmetic product and you’ll easily find out if natural ingredients are in good supply. All components of the product are usually in decreasing order. So if you can find natural components at the top of the list, be sure it is a basic component. If you find it at the end of the list of composition, it is an aromatizer and nothing else.

So, you see the words "organic" and "holistic" are tokens for those who are looking for natural cosmetics. One of the most important notes is "hypoallergenic" it means the product is free of offending ingredients. Take care, it does not mean a product will prevent appearance of skin rash or acne.

What else should you remember about? Many so-called natural products use exotic ingredients, they are suggested to be top-grade moisturizers and bind water to skin, but take care if you have hypersensitivity. Instead of them you might find traditional components: glycerin; maltitol syrup; mannitol; propylene glycol and sorbitol. These components should be studied more detailed. Today there is information these ingredients may harm your skin. Dermatologists suppose it is a promotion stunt, everything depends on the particular skin type.

At the same time it is more reasonable to prefer natural ingredients. In fact many women don't realize how irritated their skin is with destructive chemicals until try any natural cosmetics. And one more thing for this article: if your skin is sensitive, don’t use cosmetics with alcohol, mineral oil or formaldehyde.