01/11All you girls with oily skin should start using these salicylic acid face washes! Don't you just hate it when your skin looks like there are two litres of oil in it? Having oily or combination skin can pretty much be a nightmare. You end up with clogged pores, rashes, breakouts and what not. Which is why you need products that can help clear all that excess oil, grime and dirt from your skin while also ensuring it stays clean for long. That's where salicylic acid steps in. It can penetrate deep into your skin and can help get rid of all that oil and gunk. Here are some salicylic acid face washes you should invest in STAT! readmore 02/11CeraVe Salicylic Acid Cleanser If you have sensitive skin, you’ll want a cleanser that strikes a perfect balance between maintaining your skin’s natural oils without clogging your pores or creating redness and irritation. CeraVe’s Salicylic Acid Cleanser does just that by combining the exfoliating power of salicylic acid … [Read more...] about Salicylic acid face washes you need to invest in ASAP!
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IT'S peak Christmas shopping season and if you're still looking for a gift for your little ones, ASDA is selling a cute wooden washing machine for just £20. Taking to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains group on Facebook, one mum showed off the bargain find. "How cute is this little washing machine! £20 from Asda," she wrote, alongside a video of the toy. The gorgeous wooden washing machine is perfect for kids aged three and up (although adult supervision is recommended) and also features a pretty polka dot ironing board. It's ideal for pairing with a wooden kitchen set so your kids can play house. And parents have been leaving rave reviews for the kitchen set, with one writing: "I've bought this as a Christmas gift for my little boy. Built it last night (never built anything from scratch before!) "Instructions were easy to follow and it looks great. Can't wait to see his face on Christmas day! "Great quality, will look great with the wooden kitchen also. Another wrote: … [Read more...] about Mums are flocking to get ASDA’s £20 washing machine for their kids this Christmas
In a country where health care costs keep skyrocketing and busyness persists, few people see their doctors regularly enough, saving trips to the clinic for when they're already feeling unwell. If we can't muster up the time, energy or funds to visit our doctors for regular check-ups, we can at least take prevention into our own hands. In less time than it takes to post a Facebook status, your heart, hair, gums and more can tell you if something's amiss. Here's how to complete and interpret five potentially life-saving self exams. Read more: This is what it's like inside the doctor's office of the future 1. Heart Your heart rate, or pulse, is a top indicator of your fitness level, but it can also be a valuable indicator of your overall health. Regularly measuring your resting heart rate can help you detect complications like atrial fibrillation, or abnormal heart rate. What you want to feel: a resting heart rate between 60-90 beats per minute (bpm). If you feel: … [Read more...] about Breast cancer, hair loss, hypertension: 6 at-home self exams everyone should do
By & by Carly Milne | Tue., 10 Dec. 2019 3:00 AM Share Tweet Email We love these products, and we hope you do too. E! has affiliate relationships, so we may get a small share of the revenue from your purchases. Items are sold by the retailer, not E!.Self-care is more than just a buzzy term—these days, it's a way of life. And given how stressful life has been, it's also an absolute must!And the good thing is, it's an infinitely giftable category. Even if there's a little crossover, everyone practices self-care differently. Some sink into a nice warm bath and scrub the day away, others crawl under a weighted blanket and binge their favorite show, and some prefer sleep—lots of sleep.So help support the ones you love with a little gift of self-care… and get yourself something, too. It's been a tough year. Don't you deserve it? Read 20+ Holiday Gifts That Give Back 2019 YnM Weighted Blanket Want to zap your anxiety dead? Snuggle up under … [Read more...] about 12 Self-Care Gifts to Relieve Holiday Stress
Home Health Disorders cure Disorders Cure oi-Amritha K By Amritha K on December 10, 2019 Penis irritation or penis allergy is not uncommon and can be extremely unpleasant. It can cause pain, swelling, itchiness and other symptoms. From disrupting your daily life to putting your sex life on hold, penis allergies can cause discomfort on various levels. The primary sign of penile allergy is rashes on the tip of the penis, which can become red. These puffy welts or tiny bumps on the male reproductive organ can be harmless in most cases, while some can be dangerous to one's health   . Penile or penis allergy can develop due to certain medical conditions, as well as, certain physical activities or injuries. Identifying the source of your discomfort can help your doctor find an effective treatment  . Here are some of the most common causes of penis allergies, take a look. Common Causes Of Penile Allergy 1. Genital psoriasis It is an autoimmune condition which causes … [Read more...] about Penile Allergy: Causes, Home Remedies And Prevention
A photographer has taken incredible pictures of the ancient Himba tribe as they live through one of the worst droughts in Namibia's history. Stu McKenzie spent a week with the indigenous tribe shooting a selection of remarkable images to illustrate how the tribe is coping with the water shortage. Mr McKenzie said: 'When I visited there were no men present, only women and children. 'The men were about 40 miles away looking after the herds and they were expected to be there for months. Photographer Stu McKenzie shot a selection of remarkable images which show how the tribe is coping whilst Namibia suffers one of the worst droughts in living memory A group of children playfully pose for a photo. No men were present in the village as drought had forced them to travel further to find food for cattle 'This isn't the norm for the Himba, but Namibia is suffering a drought and this has caused the Himba to move their herds even further from the villages in search of water and food.' The Himba … [Read more...] about The village with no men: Women and children of Namibian tribe live in isolation for MONTHS at a time as droughts force the males to travel long distances to look after herds