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1 Skin Care tip on Wed Mar 19, 2014 4:35 am


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In a world where finding an effectual facial toner is like searching a needle in a haystack, Sakare has come to my rescue. After using its highly potent toner, I can quite assuredly state that my face looks significantly
Better than ever. Moreover it has improved my skin tone and it now has an appealing glow. It seems I have lost many years of my face in just a month since I started using Sakare.

2 Re: Skin Care tip on Mon Apr 14, 2014 3:42 am


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Basic skin care does not involve use of expensive cosmetics & toiletries. One has to follow a very simple regime for skin care by skin specialist in Chandigarh.

Diet: A well-balanced, regular diet along with adequate amount of water is all that you need. One must avoid the so-called junk food, too much of starvation in the form of dieting & eating at odd irregular hours.

Exercise: About 30 minutes of aerobics, walking, jogging or cycling at least five times a week is essential for a healthy skin.

Sun Protection: UVA & UVB rays could be harsh on the skin & cause photo damage in the form of increased pigmentation, freckles, premature aging & even skin cancers. Those with normal to dry skin can use a sunscreen with an SPF of 15 at least 20 minutes before sun exposure. People with oily skin should use an umbrella or a wide brimmed hat for sun protection.

Local skin care: The surface of the skin contains oil, dead cells, sweat, grime, dirt, grease & pollutants. If this is not removed, the skin looks dull & flaky. Cleansing is an important part of skin care & can be done with simple soaps or cleansers. The skin should be washed at least twice a day with soap & warm water. Deodorant soaps with antiseptic agents are good for oily skin. Super fatted soaps or glycerin-based soaps are good for dry & normal skin. For the skin to look healthy & glowing, its uppermost layer called stratum corneum should contain more than 10% of the total water content of the body. Thus, comes the role of a moisturizer. People with dry to normal skin should use a moisturizer twice a day after cleansing. Those with oily skin should be careful & use an oil free moisturizer only once a day.

3 Re: Skin Care tip on Mon Apr 21, 2014 2:49 am


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Thanx for sharing your information

4 Re: Skin Care tip on Mon Aug 25, 2014 6:28 am


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Along with wrinkles around my eyes I have nasolabial folds that look ugly on me. Please tell me how to get rid of it.

5 Re: Skin Care tip on Mon Sep 08, 2014 8:22 am


Acne prone skin is difficult to manage. I have this kind of skin which makes me feel so terrible. I have tried different kinds of strategies and products to clear my skin and prevent the acne from coming back. They said that it is in my genes and it is hereditary. To totally get rid of this acne is to kill the bacteria and unclog the pores that cause the acne and pimples. Basic steps to keep the skin healthy is cleansing, toning and moisturizing. But in addition to these basic steps I need to use antibacterial solution and cream to dry the acne. My skin becomes clearer and the acne is controlled from coming back.

6 Re: Skin Care tip on Wed Sep 10, 2014 7:24 am


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Every woman wants to look beautiful, healthy and youthful.Cleansing your skin is really the foundation of a healthy skin care routine.Moisturizing your skin is a wonderful way to remain looking young and have soft skin as well. Even if you have oily facial skin, be sure to use a moisturizer, even if it’s only a little each time.

7 Re: Skin Care tip on Wed Nov 12, 2014 5:53 am


I love making my own green tea toner it works amazing on my skin and it is so cheap to make. Green tea also contains a number of healthy benefits for skin. It can provide a measure of sun protection, help reduce inflammation and increase the skin's elasticity.

8 Re: Skin Care tip on Mon Feb 09, 2015 5:10 am


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Skin is very important part for our body. So we need properly take care our skin.
There are effective skin care tips e.g
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9 Glowing Skin on Fri Mar 13, 2015 8:56 am


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Thanks for sharing, it is necessary to take care of skin as healthy and glowing skin enhances your beauty and makes you look attractive, fresh, and young.

10 Re: Skin Care tip on Sat Jul 11, 2015 2:08 am


The first basic rule for oily skin care is to keep it clean so as to kill acne-causing bacteria. It is essential to unclog the pores with exfoliation to prevent breakouts. Washing your face with warm water and cleanser is preferable to using harsh soaps. Warm water helps in keeping the skin oil free. Antibacterial cleansing lotions can also be used to keep the skin acne-free. Mild acne medications have a drying effect on oily skin.

Choose cosmetics and facial care products with care. Oily skin make up items must be water-based since oil-based cosmetics can aggravate the oiliness and create blemishes. Clay masks and mud masks work well for oily skin. They remove the excess oil that is found in the skin. But do not excessively dry the upper layer of the skin with chemical products. Use of harsh products can leave the skin feeling taut and dehydrated. This may be counterproductive since the skin will produce more oil to compensate the loss. This is a reaction called 'reactive seborrhea', where the oil glands work at a frenetic pace to compensate for the loss of natural oils.

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