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Tips to take care of sensitive skin this winter

23rd January 2022
"Winters can be harsh on people with sensitive skin. Low humidity levels and cold weather produce dry air, robbing your skin of all moisture."

Winters can be harsh on people with sensitive skin. Low humidity levels and cold weather produce dry air, robbing your skin of all moisture.

This, however, can be controlled and dealt with if immediate action is taken:

Wash your face with lukewarm water

Hot showers in cold weather may be beneficial to sore muscles, but nothing can be worse for your skin.

Hot water causes your skin to become dry and flaky. The consequences are even more severe for sensitive facial skin.

You can't take cold water baths anymore, but you can save your facial skin by washing it with lukewarm water.

This way, you won't feel cold and natural oils won't slough off your face as easily.

Moisturizing Is the Key

One of the most important steps toward glowing skin is moisturizing.

Moisturizing keeps your skin hydrated and prevents the skin from losing the natural oil that the body produces.

Natural moisturizers such as coconut oil, castor oil, olive oil, buttermilk, cucumbers, and so on should be used.

These natural moisturizers will not only keep your skin hydrated but will also give it a natural glow.

Keep it natural

We have always stressed the importance of using natural ingredients as much as possible.

Using chemical-laden products may worsen your skin in the long run.

So, whenever possible, choose kitchen ingredients that will nourish your skin from the inside out.

Replenish your skin at night

If you want to have healthy skin, remember to replenish it at night when you sleep for about 7-8 hours.

Indulge in deep moisturizing with oils before going to bed to wake up with beautifully supple skin.

Cleansing is important

Cleansers, in general, tend to dry out your skin, so choose wisely before using them.

After cleansing, do not leave your skin naked for more than 30 seconds, as this can dehydrate it and cause it to become dry.

Apply a toner and moisturizer as soon as you finish cleansing to seal in the moisture.

Make natural exfoliation

Natural exfoliation should be a regular part of winter skincare.

Exfoliating once a week will remove the dullness and flaking caused by dead skin cells.

Use your kitchen ingredients to not only replenish your skin but also to allow it to produce newer cells, which will give your face a glow.

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5 healthy aging tips for women

30th November 2021
"Aging is a natural part of life, and it's up to us to make the most of it that mean being active and feeling healthy."

As a woman, you may have many responsibilities on your plate, but your health should be a top priority. Aging is a natural part of life, and it's up to us to make the most of it that mean being active and feeling healthy.

These quick tips can help keep you happy and healthy as you juggle your everyday responsibilities.

Eat a healthy diet:

Proper nutrition is essential for the body. As you get older you lose muscle mass, bone density, and burn fewer calories.

It takes extra effort to make up for the natural changes of your body which is why eating high nutrient foods makes a big difference.

Good nutrition and food safety are especially important for older adults. As you age, you may be more susceptible to foodborne illness and food poisoning.

You need to make sure you eat a healthy, balanced diet.

Monitor your health:

Health screenings are an important way to help recognize health problems - sometimes before you show any signs or symptoms.

Ask your healthcare provider which health screenings are right for you and find out how often you should get screened.

Even if you feel fine, a yearly visit allows you to connect with your doctor or nurse.

It's important to get screenings and to discuss your health habits, family history, and plans for your health.


Exercise is one of Mother Nature's best anti-aging remedies. Regular exercise not only helps you live longer, but it also helps you sleep better, stay at a healthy weight, and feel good about yourself.

Plus, it can be a lot of fun. Aim for about 30 minutes a day of moderately intense activity a week such as walking and two or more days of strength training that works all major muscle groups (such as sit-ups and lifting weights).

Whether it's gardening, yoga, or hiking, finding activities you enjoy can make it easier to stick with them.

Focus on your mental health:

Being happy and keeping your stress down goes a long way in helping you live and age well.

Meaningful relationships and a strong social network improve mental and physical well-being and longevity.

Don’t forget your furry loved ones as having a pet has been linked to lower stress and blood pressure, reduced loneliness, and better moods.

Taking the time to engage in activities you enjoy will only fuel your happiness. Spend time in nature, pursue a new hobby, volunteer — whatever brings you joy.

Get enough sleep:

Good sleep is important for your physical and mental health. It also plays a role in your skin’s health. How much sleep you need depends on your age.

Getting enough sleep has been proven to lower the risk of heart disease and stroke, reduce stress and depression, lower the risk of obesity, reduce inflammation, improve focus and concentration.

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Tired of Skin Rashes? Try these Home Remedies!

23rd December 2021
"Are you tired of skin rashes? Don’t worry! We are here to help you."

Are you tired of skin rashes? Don’t worry! We are here to help you.

Rashes on the skin can be caused by a variety of reasons like dry or itchy skin, an allergic reaction to something, etc.

Here are some home remedies that will help you calm down with your skin rashes:



The simplest way to get some relief is to apply some cool compress on the affected area as cold limits blood flow to an inflamed area. When you apply ice or cold water to a rash, it can help reduce swelling and inflammation and can stop itching almost immediately.

The rashes on the skin may feel warm to the touch, and by applying a cool compress, you can stop the reaction from aggravating.

For rashes that cover more of the body or that affect an area that is difficult to cover with an ice pack, a cool bath or shower may provide relief.

Moreover, it will help ease the pain and itchiness.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

This is one of the most effective home remedies you can use for rashes. Remember you might be allergic to Aloe Vera itself so before using it make sure to check on your palms.

Aloe Vera gel is considered safe to use when applied to the skin as aloe contains vitamin B-12, calcium, magnesium, zinc, vitamins A, C, E, essential fatty acids, and also enzymes, carbohydrates, and sterols, which its anti-inflammatory effects.

Coconut Oil


Coconut oil is rich in medium-chain fatty acids, which are a form of saturated fat and contain antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Coconut oil also helps to protect the skin.

Unlike olive oil, coconut oil has a thick consistency like most diaper rash products. This protects the rash from irritation and outside variables to the skin.

Moreover, coconut oil is safe to use as a moisturizer on the skin and scalp. It can be applied all over the body or just on the itchy areas to get relief.

Apple Cider Vinegar


The acetic acid properties of apple cider vinegar can inhibit the growth of a particular yeast called candida i.e. skin rash. Apple cider vinegar is a centuries-old remedy for skin and other ailments.

It’s known to have antimicrobial properties as well. Moreover, apple cider vinegar limits the cytokines that produce inflammation.

All you need to do is put some drops of apple cider vinegar into the water before bathing. Alternately, you can also mix apple cider vinegar with water and wipe it over the afflicted area throughout the day.

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