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Foods For Glowing/Healthy skin

5th January 2022
"To have healthy, glowing skin, eat a range of nutritional meals while limiting your intake of harmful foods."

To have healthy, glowing skin, eat a range of nutritional meals while limiting your intake of harmful foods.

Here are some foods that help to make your skin healthy and glowing:

Sunflower seeds

Sunflower seed

Seeds and nuts are both healthful foods that improve the health of your skin.

Sunflower seeds are an excellent choice since they are high in vitamin E, selenium, and zinc.

Moreover, sunflower seed oil contains linoleic acid and important fatty acids, which your body requires to maintain healthy skin.



Carrots are high in vitamin A, which protects the skin from sunburn, cell loss, and wrinkles. Vitamin A also gives your skin a healthy, warm shine.

Vitamin A can be obtained through eating provitamin A in the form of fruits, vegetables, and other plant-based products.

To protect your skin from the sun, your body turns beta-carotene into vitamin A.

Provitamin A can also be found in oranges, spinach, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, bell peppers, broccoli, and more.

Green tea

Green tea

Green tea is meant to protect the skin from environmental stresses and premature aging. This is due to the fact that it is high in antioxidants and includes catechins, which protect your skin, reduce redness, boost moisture, and improve suppleness.

A diet high in antioxidants, along with proper hydration, may enhance skin texture, skin barrier strength, and fundamental skin health.

Also, avoid adding milk to green tea since the combination might impair the antioxidant properties of the tea.

Dark chocolate

dark choclate

Dark chocolate is good for your skin since cocoa powder contains a lot of antioxidants.

These antioxidants moisturize and smooth your skin, making it less vulnerable to sunburn and improving blood flow.

Make a healthy option by selecting a bar of dark chocolate that contains 70% cocoa for more antioxidants and less added sugar.

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Top 5 Moisturizers for Oily Skin in Nepal | REVIEWS NEPAL

1st October 2020
"Retrieve your skin balance!"

Yes! Skin that is oily and acne-prone requires moisturization. Here's all you need to remember before you think that’s absurd: moisturization helps to keep the skin barrier strong. When you're using acne medicine for your face, this is very valid. These drugs tend to dry the skin out and weaken the membrane of the skin. This is where an outstanding moisturizer acne-prone skin gets involved.

It can be very tricky to select the best moisturizers for oily skin. We have compiled a list of 5 such best quality moisturizers to keep your skin glowing forever.

SoulTree Anti-Acne Oil

It is crafted using exceptional skin-loving essential oils such as neroli, tea tree, and cinnamon, SoulTree Anti-Acne Oil will keep the skin healthy and well-nourished.


Price: Rs.1450(Click here to shop now)


Hada Labo Lotion For Oily skin

This product is perfect for skin moisture balance and it helps in making the skin smooth before applying makeup. It also rejuvenates the elastic structure of the skin for moisturized & radiant skin.


Price: Rs.730(Click here to shop now)


Lotus Herbals Oil-free Moisturiser

Pamper your skin with Lotus Herbals Alphamoist Alpha Hydroxy Skin Regeneration Oil-Free Moisturiser, a plant-based natural and herbal product containing alpha hydroxy extracts that help replenish moisture in the skin.


Price: Rs.635(Click here to shop now)


Biotique Bio Chlorophyll Moisturizer

Blended with chlorophyll and seaweed extracts, marine algae, aloe vera, and gum arabic, this soothing, anti-bacterial moisturizer tightens pores, removes blemishes, and keeps the skin nourished and clear without flaking.

Both men and women may make use of it. It is ideal for skin which is oily.


Price: Rs.450(Click here to shop now)


VLCC Lavang Moisturiser

VLCC has formulated this delicate moisturizer for sensitive skin that helps to expose clear, smooth skin with everyday use, combining the benefits of natural ingredients with its non-greasy, light-weight cooling formulation.


Price: Rs.270(Click here to shop now)


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Reasons why your skincare might not be working

2nd January 2022
"Have you ever wondered why you aren’t seeing results from your skin care regimen? Or why you’re breaking out all of a sudden?"

Have you ever wondered why you aren’t seeing results from your skin care regimen? Or why you’re breaking out all of a sudden? It might be because you’re making some skincare mistakes without even being aware of them.

Here are the skincare mistakes that might help you to fix them in the future:

Over Washing Your Face

Some people seem to hold the belief that over-cleansing their face will bring them faster results, or help with their acne, or speed up the healing of their skin.

Whatever the case might be, over-washing your face is never a good idea, regardless of the circumstances.

When you over-clean your face using harsh cleansers or face soap, you’re stripping the top layer of skin which has a protective function and which is crucial for maintaining skin health and a glowing complexion.

Not Knowing Your Skin Type

Another very common mistake people tend to make is using the wrong products for their skin because they don’t know which skin type their skin belongs to.

This mistake is so common because determining your correct skin type is not an easy task. There are a few skin types, but somehow all of them seem interchangeable.

If you have dry skin, try going for products that are labeled for dry skin and which declare to provide extra moisture on the packaging.

If you have sensitive and acne-prone skin, stay away from ingredients such as oils, alcohols, and fragrances.

These will irritate your skin and possibly cause you to break out, which is the last thing you’d want.

Your environment has changed

Many factors including climate, air conditioning, hard water, and central heating can have an impact on your skin.

You may want to consider more hydrating products in winter when cold air and wind can dry out your skin, and use a higher factor of SPF in summer when the sunlight is stronger.

Overdoing the DIY Products

Not all skin care products can be made at home using natural ingredients.

Just because a product is labeled natural, it doesn’t mean that it will help your skin.

The claim that natural ingredients help a certain group of people is true, but that group might not include you.

You’ll get yourself in a messy skin situation that could’ve been easily avoided.

Some of these products which are often suggested are so harsh that they might burn and irritate our skin, or even cause itchiness and an allergic reaction.

You Might Be Layering Products the Wrong Way

Even though you have sorted out a regimen with products that suit your skin type, layering them the wrong way can reduce the efficacy of the products.

It might also result in breakouts or inflammation. Therefore, it’s important to know the right order of applying skincare products.

For beginners, the lightest texture goes first followed by the heavy ones like face oil and moisturizer.

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