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Week of: Wednesday November 12, 2014
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  • Reports of Eyelash Extension Risks and Dangers

    on Nov 25, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    We don’t like it when we’re getting alarmist about certain things, such as using eyelash extensions. We ourselves often turn to this genius beauty technique in case we find the need for thicker, fuller, and longer lashes that are the subject of envy and awe. But if you want some for yourself, you might want to take a look at the risks and dangers associated with using these extensions. These don’t happen to everyone, but if you are prone to allergic reactions, it is best to double-check, ask your dermatologist, or altogether stop using extension

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  • Trichiasis Treatments to Try

    on Nov 25, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Trichiasis is the medical name for an ingrown eyelash, and it occurs when your eyelashes are misaligned, growing back ward your skin instead of away from your eye. There are other signs of trichiasis in the affected eye, including redness, irritation, and watering. There could also be a sensation of having grit inside your eye. Furthermore, you could have light and pain sensitivity. Let’s talk more about this eyelash condition and how you could naturally treat it. Trichiasis should not be taken for granted, as its chronic occurrence may lead to infection or even permanent

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  • Factors Behind Premature Gray Hair

    on Nov 19, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Growing old is usually what gray hair is associated with. As gray hair and the normal aging process are linked, the premature manifestation of silver strands is closely connected to genes. Special cells, called melanocytes, are found at the root of each hair, and they are pre-programmed to produce melanin or the pigment that gives your hair a vibrant dark hue. At some point, these melanocytes stop working – gray hair then starts to show on your scalp. Certain external factors and health conditions can speed up this process. Here are factors to consider in

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  • How to Treat Dry Eyelids

    on Nov 19, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Do you often struggle with certain eye conditions, no matter how quickly they go away on their own? One example is dry eyelids, which affects so many individuals today. The first step you need to do is to go to your eye doctor or dermatologist, and have it examined to ensure that there is no underlying problem. Dry eyelids are usually a minor issue, but note that several conditions can cause it. These include eczema, psoriasis, blepharitis, and sebhorrheic dermatitis. There could also be no underlying condition in dry eyelids – in this case, treatment

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  • Steps in Proper Eyebrow Threading

    on Nov 12, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Apart from having longer, fuller, and thicker-looking eyelashes, you are also entitled to having well-groomed and shaped eyebrows. But they don’t happen overnight – you should put effort into maintaining your brows for their utter beauty. One centuries-old method is eyebrow threading, which originated in the Middle East and South Asia, and is still widely done today. Threading makes use of cotton thread to remove hair, growing and shaping your brows. In this process, an eyebrow threader twists a thread into a loop, rolls it against your skin, and acts like a tiny lasso to

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  • Achieving Thicker, More Beautiful Eyebrows

    on Nov 12, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Let’s focus on thick, lush, and gorgeous eyebrows in this post. May your brows stand out with proper plucking and waxing, as well as other tried-and-tested ways to groom this part of your face. However, beware of overplucking or waxing too much, because you may end up with a much sparser set of eyebrows than you probably wanted. Instead of panicking, find ways to make naturally thin or overplucked/overwaved brows thicker and more beautiful. Try these few techniques that can help you achieve a more ideal set of eyebrows: Avoid intense scrubbing of brows, especially

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  • Herbs for Better Eye Health

    on Nov 3, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Your eyelashes serve to protect your eyes from dirt and foreign matter, and you should take care of them to ensure they will properly perform this function. But how about your eyesight – what could help or hurt it? There are several time-tested herbs that are used for preventing eye ailments, as well as supporting overall vision. While eye conditions like cataracts, glaucoma, and retinal issues require medical attention, you can take on smart supplementation to take care of your vision. Bilberry – Have you heard of the European kin of the blueberry? It has

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  • Foods to Help Improve Your Vision

    on Nov 3, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    As much as you’re taking active steps to lengthen and enhance the fullness of your eyelashes, are you eating the right foods to also support your eyesight? Getting an annual eye exam is important, but so is the diet you are consuming. It can make your break your vision and eye health, and we recommend that you always ensure that you’re getting the nutrients that can assist you to see the world right, so to speak! Here are some foods to consume more if you are concerned about your vision: Leafy green vegetables – These

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  • Have You Tried Hemp Oil on Your Hair?

    on Oct 27, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Hemp oil has been used for many different things, but did you know that it can also beautify your hair from within as well as from outside? It is rich in essential fatty acids, along with protein and a number of vitamins. It is recommended for all hair and skin types, although its nutty scent can be a bit of an acquired taste. But do not make the mistake of confusing it with marijuana – both are classified as Cannabis sativa L., but hemp oil is legal and does not contain THC, the compound that

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  • Olive Oil and Other Natural Oils: Uses and Benefits

    on Oct 27, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    There are natural oils extracted from fruits and vegetables, and like herbal extracts they have a long history of benefits and medicinal uses. Many cultures either apply them topically or consume them as part of their diet. Three examples of these oils are olive oil, almond oil, and avocado oil, which are among the highest ranked on our own list. Each of these extracts is suited for a specific use, such as massaging onto skin and hair, or eyelash enhancement. They can also be used as a healthful cooking oil for rich flavors and wellness

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