You are what you eat, isn’t it? But, it’s crazy to believe that eating pizzas, chocolates and other junk food items gives you acne! No doubt, these foods contribute to acne flare-ups but there are many other factors like hormones, genes, skin type, environmental impact and your skincare routine that could give you the zits. Interestingly, as certain foods contribute to flare ups, there are some food pyramid items that help fight acne.
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Menopause is that time in a woman’s life when everything seems upside down! The ruckus created in our system is because our body stops producing one small hormone called estrogen. Just when you thought that you had left your skin care woes behind with teens long gone, they seem to be back! Worry not- for today we talk about how your skin could get impacted during menopause and how to handle it the right way.
Summer is here! So is the time to show some skin. With barely-there make up and the strappy clothes coming out of your wardrobe, you need to skin ready for summer. Here are 5 simple steps you can follow to brave the summer sun...
Love Them Now - Complex carbohydrates like whole wheat breads, pastas and fruits are packed with goodness. These carbs contain essential nutrients like vitamins, minerals and fiber, which are required for the overall functioning of our body. Good carbs help to trigger cell generation in the body, giving you gleaming and youthful skin.
With the holiday season finally drawing to an end it is now time for New Year resolutions. This coming year I have decided to put my skin and its health in my resolution bucket list. So still dizzy from all the partying, here are some of the commandments that I have drawn up to turn my skin around.
For a long time, I thought I believed that “beauty is skin deep.” As I was growing up, I was given many different interpretations of this adage, which I also believed. That is, until I [...]
You hear about the benefits of exercise all the time from doctors, friends and even the media. Fitness enthusiasts constantly promote the benefits of regularly engaging in physical activity to maintain a healthy body. Skin, the largest organ of the body, is no different to this mantra.