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11 Habits of People With Flawless Skin

You don’t have to live at the spa, spend money on expensive products, or change everything about your beauty routine in order to have a glowing, healthy complexion. Here, dermatologists share the simple secrets to achieving perfect skin.   They clock at least 7 hours of sleep. 1/11 Beauty sleep is real: Unless you have a team of makeup artists waiting in your bathroom every morning, it’s hard to look gorgeous and youthful when you’re skimping on Zzs. If you’ve ever woken up with dark circles under your eyes, you already know what research has shown—that a lack of sleep can contribute to periorbital hyperpigmentation, a.k.a. “raccoon eyes.” And a 2010 study from researchers in Sweden showed that a group of participants were rated as...

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How much water, how often?

How much water, how often? Nutritionist Helen Bond says, “Hydration is crucially important for our health. Our brains are made up of about 75% water, so it follows that drinking water is vital for healthy brain function, and good physical and mental health. Dehydration can affect cognitive performance and motor functions, or in simple terms, can cause fatigue and upset our mood, short and long-term memory and attention span. Therefore to boost mood, keep yourself hydrated by drinking 1.6- 2 litres of fluid every day – even more if you're active or in hot weather.” Drinking plenty of water can also help you lose weight (should that be a goal for you), Bond adds. “This is due to the fact...

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11 Steps to Better Skin

1. Consider Your Water And tailor your skin-care products accordingly. “Soft water doesn’t remove soap well, so it can leave a residue on your skin,” says Susan H. Weinkle, an assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the University of South Florida, in Tampa. If your water is soft, use face and body cleansers sparingly (no more than a nickel- or quarter-size amount, respectively). Hard water, on the other hand, doesn’t allow washes to lather easily, prompting you to use even more cleanser, which can cause dryness. Gentle, nonsoap formulas, which aren’t meant to lather, can minimize this, says Carolyn Jacob, a dermatologist in Chicago.   2. Drink Green Tea “If your complexion is red or blotchy, this tea’s anti-inflammatory properties can be soothing,”...

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Benefits & Side effects of Microneedling (Derma Roller)

Benefits of Microneedling (Derma Roller) Microneedling can benefit more who is looking to treat the following ailments: Fine line and deep wrinkles Deep forehead wrinkles Wrinkles between eyebrows Crow’s feet Scars Depressed acne scars Hyperpigmentation marks Aging Skin Stretchmarks Chicken pox scars Rough skin texture Hair loss Derma Roller Down Time and Side Effects Unlikely, chemical peel or laser treatment will takes 2 to 8 weeks for recovering time. However, Derma Roller only takes 2 to 7 days for recovering time depending on how aggressive you have rolled it on your skin.  You will experience slight redness immediately after rolled. However, it will disappear in 2 to 7 days since derma roller is not harm your upper skin layer (epidermis)....

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What is Derma Roller

What is Derma Roller treatment? Is it suitable and safe for you? Derma Roller is commonly known as skin roller, skin needling, microneedling and collagen induction therapy. Dr. Desmond Fernandes of South Africa was the inventor of Derma Roller. It is simply a plastic roller device with many tiny needles. Different Rollers have a different number of needles. They vary from 90 to 540 needles. Derma Rollers come in various needle sizes ranging from 0.25mm to 3mm. The outdated rollers are usually made of surgical steel. The newer ones are manufactured with titanium.   Video Response to “What is Derma Roller Treatment” There are many articles on what is derma roller treatment. If you are not 100% sure about this...

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