Homemade Anti-Aging Skin Cleansing Facial Oil Recipes


Homemade anti-aging cleansing oils can be used to remove makeup and cleanse skin. They act as cleansing facials and aid in removing toxic build-up in the pores and also feed the skin with vitamins, antioxidants and other nutrients which help reduce wrinkles, tighten sagging skin, lighten age spots and repair sun-damaged skin. Even if skin is oily, cleansing facial oils can help reduce excess buildup. Continue reading

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Is Coconut Oil Bad for New Tattoos?


Can you put coconut oil on new tattoos? If it will be still healing then you can use a light moisturizer like Johnson’s baby lotion that will be dermatological safe and it will not react with the ink. You will not use products like Vaseline as they will dry the tattoo. Once it will be healed completely then you will use the oil once a week. Continue reading

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How Treat Plantar Fasciitis at Home with Icing


Why Does Icing Help?

According to the University of Michigan Health System, plantar fasciitis causes small tissues to tear apart and cause inflammation. Thus, ice reduces the inflammation and causes relief. In general, the most painful area of the foot in this condition is the heel, but one’s arch may become sore too. Icing may reduce the stinging feeling and swelling.

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How Does Smoking Affect Your Face?

Have you ever wondered what will happen to your face if you smoke every day? Is it too bad? If you have not yet got the answer, watch this video. It will provide useful information to you. The truth is waiting for you there.

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How Long Does Nicotine Stay In Your Saliva?


A Dangerous Habit

It is a well-known fact that smoking is injurious to health. However, not many people are aware of the fact that among the chemicals present in cigarettes and tobacco, nicotine is found to be the most harmful.

Every time you smoke or chew tobacco, you increase the risk to your health. There is a certain period of which the chemical remains in your body and provides you with an uncharacteristic high. This places your health in jeopardy.

Nicotine gets accumulated in different parts of the body. These include the bodily fluids such as blood and saliva, hairs and nails among others. There is a different period for the removal of the chemical from different areas.

Related article: How long does nicotine stay in your blood? by Health Essential – reading this article will show you how long nicotine stays in your body as well as your blood and how to get it out of your system. Continue reading

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