Are you like almost 99% of the people in the world that just know that a brown or black or red or white hair keeps growing from time to time without fully understanding the hair structure? Well, I think it’s high time for you to at least know something…even if it’s little…about the dead keratinous […]
If you didn’t read the first part of the body odour content, I’ll suggest you quickly catch it up here. Trust me, it won’t take you more than 2 minutes before you return to this solution. Don’t procrastinate, do that now.
It’s so frustrating when you have to ooze from body odor. But you have to understand that before you can actually remedy this not-so-pleasing occurrence, it is necessary for you to know the cause of the body odour.
There are different types of alum but the one that is prevalent in our homes is the potassium alum. Alum can be used in its solid form or can be converted to powder. It perfectly dissolves in water. Alum is rich in antiseptic and antibacterial for treating a whole lot of issues.
I promise not to bore you with all the medical, dermatological terms about the skin. But, before you can cater for your skin, I believe the best thing you can do for yourself is to understand some little stuff about your skin, which is about your skin structure. (You can read this article about your […]
If you didn’t read the first article on the causes of eczema, some basic cure for eczema, and the explanation of the types of dermatitis, please read it here. In this short article, we’ll be looking at some home ingredients you can cook-up right in your kitchen…some ingredients that will help you in your quest […]
Before we go into the subject of eczema, let me explain the common term – Inflammation- to you. What is inflammation? It can simply be defined as the defense response of the body to various infection or harm, like to injuries (the pain, swelling, the itching sensation you feel is inflammation). It can also result […]
Baking soda is sodium bicarbonate, which is a crystalline-whitish powder. It contains a lot of antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and antifungal properties. Baking soda can combine with virtually any cosmetic ingredients. It is water soluble and it’s alkaline.
Lavender oil is extracted usually from the flowers of the plant by steam distillation. The Latin name is “Lavare” (meaning “to wash”) because of its pleasant aroma. The Lavender oil can perfectly combine with a lot of other essential oils like nutmeg, geranium, sage, clary, pine, etc.