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Week of: Wednesday October 15, 2014
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  • How to Get Wax Off Your Skin

    on Oct 20, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Are you a fan of waxing to remove unruly and unwanted hairs off your skin? Whether it’s removing hairs from your legs, arms, or to shape your eyebrows, know that waxing can be a quick and inexpensive solution. But beware: it won’t always go as smoothly as you might expect. Sometimes, you manage to yank all the hair out, but find little patches of leftover wax. These patches are even harder to get rid of than the hair! If you are experiencing this for the first time and don’t know what to do, know that

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  • How to Grow Your Eyebrow Hair the Natural Way

    on Oct 20, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Time and time again, we have emphasized here on the site that there are natural interventions for growth and enhancement not just of your eyelashes, but also your eyebrows. If your brow hairs have been overtweezed or too thin for framing your face, know that you can naturally grow them out. It takes about 6 to 8 weeks to completely regrow them, but there are dietary and lifestyle steps to hasten the process. Here are some tips for natural eyebrow hair growth and enhancement: Stay away from your tweezers and hot wax! If you are

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  • Eyelash Loss and Other Symptoms of Celiac Disease

    on Oct 13, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Celiac disease – also known as gluten intolerance – is a condition where your body’s immune system initiates an unusual response when exposed to gluten, a substance commonly found in wheat, rye, and barley. The cause is still largely unknown and symptoms can vary significantly in adults. Celiac disease can also affect children. Here are the common symptoms of this health issue, including hair loss that can affect your eyelashes and eyebrows Stomach upset – The most common symptoms linked to celiac disease are stomach-related, including nausea, vomiting, bloating, gas, and recurrent diarrhea or constipation

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  • Natural Ways to Thicken Your Lashes to Perfection

    on Oct 13, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    There are safe, natural, and inexpensive ways to thicken your eyelashes naturally – at the comfort of your own home. The ingredients can be found right in your own medicine cabinet, or at the nearest health or food store. These are simple steps you can add to your daily beauty regimen, helping make your lashes thicker, healthier, and even longer eventually! Groom your lashes regularly, as you would your hair. Brush them twice daily using a clean eyelash brush or comb. If you don’t have an eyelash brush, use a clean mascara brush. It’s nice

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  • Steps in Using Baby Shampoo for Eyelash Cleaning

    on Oct 6, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Did you know that a simple daily care product like baby shampoo can help clean your eyelashes? Blepharitis, an inflammation of the eyelids, often takes place in individuals who suffer from dandruff, oily skin, or dry eyes. While non-contagious, it causes red, irritated eyelids, as well as the formation of dandruff-like scales on your lashes. Here’s what experts recommend: maintain proper hygiene, including cleaning your lids and lashes every day with baby shampoo, to help remove the resulting scales and reduce the symptoms linked to blepharitis. Here are the simple, fuss-free steps to use baby

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  • Uses of Rosebud Salve for Eyelashes and Other Benefits

    on Oct 6, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Have you tried this remedy for moisturizing your lips, conditioning your eyelashes, and other personal care and beauty benefits? Rosebud salve was first invented in 1895 by Dr. G.F. Smith, and today it is useful as a multipurpose beauty aid and remedy. Its main ingredients include rose and other essential oils, cottonseed oil, and petroleum jelly. The salve and its tins are United States made, and the salve can be used for a wide range of uses that include lip balm and hair wellness aid. Here is a rundown of these rosebud salve uses: Lip

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  • Remedies for Trichiasis

    on Sep 29, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Trichiasis is a fancy name used to refer to an ingrown eyelash. It manifests when your lash is misaligned, or grows back toward the skin instead of away from your eye. You likely have trichiasis if the affected eye is red, irritated, and watery, and typically with a sensation of having grit inside. Light and pain sensitivity, too, can occur. Let’s talk about these different remedies used for trichiasis, chronic cases of which may lead to infection or even permanent corneal scarring and vision loss. Address ingrown lashes with these remedies: Warm compress – This

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  • Getting an Eyelash Out of Your Eye

    on Sep 29, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Let’s take a really quick break from discussing lash growth tips and products to focus on this topic. It’s an all too common concern for both men and women, young and old. After all, how do you get an eyelash that’s stuck in your eye and makes you feel uncomfortable? There are cases when it goes beyond being uncomfortable and causes pain and vision disruptions. Learn how to address this everyday problem. WikiHow provides a handy guide to getting an eyelash out of your eye using simple, cost-free interventions: Use water! Try to flood the

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  • What Happens with Eyelid Surgery Gone Wrong?

    on Sep 21, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Messed up cosmetic surgery is a not-so-surprising sight anymore, as there have been widely documented and publicized cases of adverse side effects and just plain hideous results. A case in point is eyelid surgery. Sure, the procedure can solve extra skin on the upper eyelid, drooping upper eyelids, as well as upper eyelids that turn in or out. It’s an outpatient operation usually done by an ophthalmologist but can be done by a plastic surgeon as well. While generally safe, it can cause a number of complications when things go wrong. Here are some potential

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  • Factors That Affect Eyelash Health and Well-Being

    on Sep 21, 14 • in Uncategorized • with No Comments

    Eyelashes serve not only to highlight and beautify your eyes and face overall, but also work in tandem with your eyelids to protect eyes from debris and foreign matter. They trigger a reflexive blink whenever an outside object come near your eyes. They are also sensitive to wind, dust, bright lights, and other presence around. As for their health and well-being, there is a range of factors that can make or break them. Here are some things that directly affect the health and maintenance of your eyelashes – even their enhancement potential! Eye hygiene –

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