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IM ACTUALLY DOING ALL OF THIS, NAMJOON IS MY DAD
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Man ive been in ARMY for 2 years now, i actually think im very close with bts (lmao even if they dont know me)
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How COVID-19 Impacted on Waterless Cosmetics in FMCG Industry ?
COVID-19 Impact on Waterless Cosmetics in FMCG Industry INTRODUCTION Waterless beauty, also known as anhydrous beauty, refers to cosmetics that are made without the use of water. It first gained popularity in South Korea (interesting fact: it's also where waterless toilets were invented), but not as an environmental movement; rather, it was used to boost the power of beauty products by concentrating undiluted chemicals at a higher concentration. Cosmetics with less water have a lower risk of bacterial growth, a longer shelf life, and require fewer preservatives. The COVID -19 has mixed outcomes of patterns for the cosmetics manufacturers in developing countries. The impact of COVID-19 on the cosmetics industry can be seen in the product portfolios which are offered by manufacturers in the cosmetics market. The beauty industry was expanding before the COVID-19 epidemic, thanks to bettering people's lifestyles with more discretionary income and a growing concern for looks. The beauty business was not only continuously increasing with loyal customers, but it was also one of the most resilient, having recovered from the 2008 financial crisis in just two years. IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE COSMETICS/ BEAUTY PRODUCTS INDUSTRY The economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is projected to be far worse than any recession, and the beauty business will be no different. It is being impacted on two fronts: production and distribution are being interrupted as a result of global lockdowns, and sales are reduced as a result of consumers losing disposable income as well as closing down of cosmetics stores as a result of lockdown procedures. According to estimates, the worldwide beauty industry's sales could drop by 20% to 30% by 2020 as a result of the epidemic. The beauty sector, on the other hand, is likely to show the same durability and adaptability it has shown in previous crises. To tackle the illness, many beauty firms are turning to hand sanitizers and soaps. Even though consumers aim to spend less on beauty goods shortly, they still intend to spend more on beauty items than other amenity categories such as clothes. Before the epidemic, the beauty sector was one of the few that still relied heavily on in-store sales. Due to COVID-19, stores selling beauty items were forced to close, resulting in a 30 percent market share loss. Even if internet sales increase by 20% to 30%, the loss of in-store sales will not be compensated for. The varieties of beauty products on the market are also evolving. Since social separation has become the new normal, sales of fragrances and cosmetics have plummeted. Items for self-care and pampering that may be used at home (skincare, haircare, nail care, and bath products) have witnessed a surge in sales. The expectation that people will wear masks even after they are released from lockdown predicts an increase in mask makeup. Asian beauty trends, such as point makeup, are predicted to gain demand as people have become more acclimated to utilizing face masks regularly. According to experts, it is expected that macro-categories of color cosmetics, such as concealer and eye makeup (eyeshadow, eyeliner, and mascara), will grow in popularity. It also advises base makeup formulators to make sure their goods can withstand using masks. IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON COSMETICS CHAIN During the pandemic, lockdown and emergency measures hindered the delivery of raw ingredients to the cosmetics sector. The natural ingredients price increased, those export from developing countries due to increased freight prices and longer transportation delays. As a result of the epidemic, some cosmetic and ingredient companies are establishing regional and local supply networks. The supply chain affects not only manufacturers, distributors, and customers, but also labor-intensive cosmetics plants. Many plants' production was decreased, stopped, or temporarily halted as a result of workers who were found to be COVID-19 positive. COVID-19 has impacted the supply chain the most as due to the lockdown in the several countries the import and export activities become difficult and also the demand has reduced which has impacted the demand of the cosmetics products in the market. Several plant implementations have gone on hold and also transportation of the cosmetics items from one nation to another is very difficult due to such a situation. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES DURING COVID-19 Since the introduction of the virus, consumer demand for healthy and natural products has increased; many consumers are purchasing such products to improve their immunity. The unwillingness of cosmetic manufacturers to discuss the changes that could arise over the next few years maybe because they would be the ones most affected. Owing to the potential for job losses, there might be some reluctance to talk publicly. Following the Covid-19, cosmetics producers are required to prioritize health and safety as well as worker well-being. Factories, where social distancing and other protective measures are more difficult to enforce, have become hotbeds for the virus, so factories are looking at a variety of options to ensure worker safety while keeping production moving. For Instance:- · As of June 2020, Unilever started its operation in hygiene products in the Beauty & Personal Care division. It also assisted people in maintaining their hygiene as improving their well-being remains a top concern for the company to create goodwill in the present market. · As of March 2020, Unilever one of the bigger beauty brands invested millions of dollars towards the fight against the coronavirus. Unilever had announced the release of €100 million worth of soaps, sanitizers, bleach, and meals which helped to fight against the pandemic situations. · As of April 2021, Procter & Gamble took steps to fight against coronavirus through a new program named #PG PGSurakshaIndia in India. The company donated 10 lakh vaccine doses for 5 lakh citizens worth Rs INR 50 Cr. CONCLUSION With the popularity of Asian beauty trends, the growth of e-commerce for beauty items is projected to continue. Despite the 2020 worst years for the beauty industry, the beauty industry is predicted to stay profitable in the long run because it is still regarded as an important aspect of people's well-being. Today the spread of the novel coronavirus has triggered significant market damage across the world. Most businesses have stopped immediately and the effect of the pandemic on cosmetic manufacturers is not yet clear. The towns are closed down, and social distancing has become a modern norm.
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It has been a while since I was appointed BTS community president... but I wanted to go ahead and make an introduction card so you all could know a little bit about me :) *My name is Shaila, I'm 26 years old *I am the president of BTS, Korean Stars, Kpop, dprlive, and Straykids communities! *I am editor for the Got7 community *I have been on vingle... since 2014? maybe.... lol point is I've been on here for a while. If you need help with anything or have questions about things here let me know :) My team and I are here to provide you with a daily dose of BTS ♡ I hope you decide to join our tag list (leave a comment if you want to be added) and the BTS community! I will post the BTS community guidelines soon :) ❤BANGTAN ARMY TEAM❤: @DefSoul1994 @Yugykookie97 @Mochiroon @MelissaGarza ❤ARMY TAGLIST❤: @amandamuska  @blessowmwago @BoyGroupKpop @Bxbybri @CleafeMaeObina @coolwolf13 @dalenalw @echoxsoul  @gabstar143  @Gracebug @HannahC19 @herreraletecia  @HomegirlG  @ifitnessvn @Ilovephases @izzybell1202 @jennyfer1111r1 @JJiBin @jiminiebae @jkenshayla @jungkookieeeee @Just2BLoved @kaylawalker929  @kaylenne956 @krissynormam @kpopfan88 @Kyla05 @MelissaGarza @Mochiroon @Nyxxonn @PANDABTS @QueenPandaBunny @rebeccariley52 @rodrickagardne @Rose2demhaters @samcorsam @simpsonsamantha @Shelbeigh19 @shellyfuentes70 @soobak @Starbell808 @szewwy @Taekookimonster  @Tiffiedannie @wolfyplayzyv @YourHentaiWaifu @yukigintokie    *let me know if you want to be apart of the ARMY taglist*
How To Get Rid Of Dark Circles - Eye Creams Vs. Under Eye Treatment
If you adhere to a strict nightly skincare regimen, you may expect to wake up with skin that is refreshed and revitalized. Instead, you awaken with dark circles under your eyes and a tired, worn-out appearance. So much for a peaceful night's sleep. Lack of sleep, dehydration, and a familial propensity are all factors that contribute to dark circles and bags under the eyes. Due to the fact that dark under-eye circles are often caused by a variety of factors, we require more than just an eye cream to see significant improvement over time. What Causes Dark Circles Under the Eyes? To treat dark circles under the eyes, you must first determine what is causing them. It is possible that there is a hereditary component. The most prevalent reason of dark circles is due to the architecture of the face. Making the eyes appear "sunken" may cause shadowing to occur beneath the eyes, which appears as dark circles under the eyes. The look of the under-eye area can also be affected by the passage of time. As we grow older, it is possible that dark circles under the eyes will become more noticeable. Dark circles under the eyes, on the other hand, are not always heritable. Fatigue, stress, weakening of the ocular muscles, and ageing are all possible causes. Alcohol, smoking, and excessive caffeine consumption can all exacerbate the effects of darkness. Certain medical conditions, on the other hand, can have an effect on the under-eye. Systolic disorders, such as wasting syndrome, which is characterized by bodily weakness and wasting as a result of a severe chronic illness, gastrointestinal ailments such as celiac disease and thyroid difficulties, as well as hormonal imbalances, can cause this black hue to appear. Eczema, contact dermatitis, and food allergies are all conditions that some people suffer from. Dark circles beneath the eyes can be caused by a variety of factors, including chemotherapy treatments. Why Do Eye Creams Fail to Produce Results? Despite the fact that eye treatments can help to tighten, brighten, and de-puff the eyes, they frequently fail to eliminate dark circles, particularly those caused by heredity or aging. You will never be able to "get rid" of black eye rings that are caused by your facial structure. That does not imply that you must give up your favorite foods. External factors may be responsible for the development of under-eye bags. It is possible to treat dark circles under the eyes with creams and lotions if they are caused by allergies or lack of sleep. Under-eye circles are a common problem. Professional assistance may be your best bet for reducing those pesky dark circles. A dermatologist will employ fillers, peels, and lasers to give the appearance of being more youthful and awake. It has the potential to make a significant difference. PRP Treatment Microneedling and PRP work together to smooth out hollows and fill in volume loss areas around the eyes, making hollows around the eyes less apparent. Chemical Peels Light chemical peels remove dead skin cells might help to improve the appearance of the skin around the eyes. Lasers Gentle lasers can also be used to treat dark pigmentation under the eyes, which is a common problem. Undereye Dermal Fillers With the use of a hyaluronic acid-based under-eye dermal filler, the most dramatic results can be achieved. The most effective method of treating dark circles under the eyes is using filler. They work by filling up the hollows around the eyes, making them appear brighter and free of shadows, and they last for several hours. The tear trough filler is injected into the tear trough for a 24-month duration. The Final Outcome While under-eye treatments can help with puffiness, crow's feet, and fine wrinkles, dark circles are a more serious problem that necessitates additional attention. Fillers, chemical peels, and lasers can all be used to brighten the under-eye area, depending on the cause. A dermatologist's consultation helps ensure that you receive the most appropriate treatment for your specific needs.
Everything You Wanted To Know About Laser Hair Removal
Unwanted facial and body hair can have an impact on how we feel, how we interact with others, what we wear, and what we do. Shaving, plucking, bleaching and epilation using a device that pulls out multiple hairs at once are all options for concealing or removing unwanted hair. Electrolysis, which uses an electrical current to destroy individual hair follicles, and laser therapy are longer-term options. So, what exactly is laser hair removal? What can it accomplish? And what are the negative consequences? How does laser therapy work? Lasers emit a single wavelength of light in a single colour. The energy from the light is transferred to the skin and hair pigment melanin when it is directed at the skin. This causes the surrounding tissue to heat up and become damaged. However, in order to remove hair permanently while causing the least amount of damage to the surrounding tissue, the laser must be directed at specific cells. These are the hair follicle stem cells, which are located in the hair bulge. People are carefully shaved before treatment because the skin surface contains melanin, which we want to avoid damaging. Will it be effective in permanently removing hair? Laser treatment can permanently reduce hair density or permanently remove unwanted hair. Because permanent hair density reduction means that some hairs will regrow after a single course of therapy, patients will require ongoing laser treatment. Permanent hair removal means that no hairs in the treated area will regrow after a single course of therapy, and there is no need for ongoing laser therapy. The following factors influence whether hair is permanently removed or simply reduced in density: the colour and thickness of the treated hairs the colour of the patient's skin the type and quality of the laser used and the competence and training of the laser operator However, if you have grey hairs that lack melanin pigmentation, current lasers will not work. What number of treatments will I require? The number of treatments required is determined by your Fitzpatrick skin type. This categorises your skin based on its colour, sun sensitivity, and proclivity to tan. Skin that is pale or white, burns easily, and rarely tans (Fitzpatrick types 1 and 2) With 4-6 treatments every 4-6 weeks, people with dark hair can usually achieve permanent hair removal. People with fair hair will generally only achieve permanent hair reduction, and after an initial course of treatment, they may require 6-12 monthly treatments. Light brown skin that occasionally burns and gradually tans to light brown (type 3) With 6-10 treatments every 4-6 weeks, people with dark hair can usually achieve permanent hair removal. People with fair hair will usually only achieve permanent hair reduction, and after an initial course of treatment, they may require 3-6 monthly follow-up treatments. Moderate brown to dark brown skin that rarely burns and tans well (type 4 and 5) With 6-10 treatments every 4-6 weeks, people with dark hair can usually achieve permanent hair reduction. 3-6 monthly repeat treatments are usually required for maintenance. People with light-colored hair are unlikely to respond. Re-treatments must be spaced far enough apart to allow new hair growth to reach the bulge's level. What complications or side effects should I be aware of? To protect your eyes, you will be advised to wear goggles during treatment. You will also feel some discomfort during treatment, especially during the first few sessions. This is primarily due to not removing all hair in the treatment area prior to the procedure. Hairs that are not shaved absorb laser energy and heat the skin's surface. Repeat treatments at regular intervals reduce pain. After laser treatment, your skin will feel hot for 15-30 minutes. For up to 24 hours, there may be redness and swelling. Does the type of laser make a difference? The type of laser influences not only how well it works, but also your risk of side effects. Long-pulse ruby lasers, long-pulse alexandrite lasers, long-pulse diode lasers, and long-pulse Nd:YAG lasers are all suitable for hair removal. Intense pulsed light (IPL) devices are not lasers, but rather flash lamps that emit multiple wavebands of light at the same time. They function similarly to lasers, albeit less effectively, and have a much lower chance of permanently removing hair. To reduce the risk of damaging melanin-producing cells on the skin's surface, the laser used and how it is used can be tailored to your skin type. People with fair skin and dark hair can use an IPL device, an alexandrite laser, or a diode laser; those with dark skin and dark hair can use a Nd:YAG or diode laser; and those with blond or red hair can use a diode laser. Short laser pulses are used to control the spread of heat and unwanted tissue damage. The laser's energy is also adjusted: it must be strong enough to damage the bulge cells but not so strong that it causes discomfort or burns. Can I do it myself if I buy a home laser device? Home laser devices and IPL home devices range in price from $200 to $1,000. However, they do not work as well and must be used on a regular basis to maintain hair reduction. Only people with fair skin (Fitzpatrick types 1 and 2) and dark hair have their parameters set. Energy settings are limited for safety reasons. Complications may still arise in inexperienced hands. This includes skin pigmentation changes, burns, pain, and blistering. Medical grade lasers, on the other hand, must be registered with the government's regulatory agency, the Therapeutic Goods Administration. There are also national and state-based regulations governing the facility where the laser is used, as well as mandatory laser safety training and state-based qualifications and licencing for laser operators. As a result, a safe and regulated laser in the hands of a skilled dermatologist is advised. When should you see your doctor? Excess hair is not always a cause for concern. However, severe hirsuitism or excessive growth of dark and coarse hair over areas of the body where it would not normally grow or hypertrichosis excess hair growth for someone's age, sex, or race can be indicators of underlying illness. Extra androgen hormones can cause hirsutism, especially if it is accompanied by symptoms such as irregular periods or acne. Later in life, hypertrichosis can be a sign of cancer. Your dermatologist can look into these.
6 Easy Ways To A Smooth Neck
Because the skin on your neck is some of the thinnest on your body, it is also one of the first places to show signs of ageing. Here are six ways to make your neck look younger and address everything from sun damage to sagging on this delicate area. 1. WEAR SUNSCREEN EVERY SINGLE DAY. Your dermatologist will agree that a nickel-sized amount of sunscreen applied to your neck and chest every day will help prevent collagen breakdown and the formation of sunspots. Don't forget to massage the sides and back of your neck. 2. MAINTAIN YOUR SKIN'S MOISTURIZATION. Again, the skin on your neck is thinner and has fewer oil glands than the rest of your body, so keeping the area hydrated is essential for a smoother overall texture. Look for peptide-containing creams (which can help stimulate new collagen growth) and apply them in gentle, upward strokes from your chest to your jawline. 3. RECLAIM YOUR BEAUTY SLEEP. Do you always wake up with pillow lines on the side of your neck? Apply one of these silicone patches before going to bed to keep your skin from crinkling while you sleep. You'll wake up with a smoother neck and less chance of further damage. 4. FOCUS ON CORRECT POSTURE. The amount of time we spend looking down at our phones and screens has resulted in what we now refer to as "tech neck." The simplest solution would be to limit screen time entirely, but more realistically, you should keep everything as close to eye level as possible to avoid unnecessary wrinkling. 5. GIVE LASER TREATMENTS A GO AHEAD. Still have fine lines on your neck? Fraxel lasers, stimulate your body's natural repair process to promote collagen growth. Fraxel can also be used to treat any dark spots or broken capillaries in the area, giving you a more even complexion. 6. ULTRASOUND TREATMENT FOR SERIOUS REPAIR. Ultherapy or Ultracel is your best non-surgical option for deeper, more stubborn lines and sagging. The FDA-approved treatment uses heat generated by focused sonic waves to penetrate deeper into the skin and stimulate the production of new collagen. Take note that the effect is gradual, and most patients notice a lifting effect three to six months after the initial treatment, so be patient.
Should You Get Laser Hair Removal - Pros And Cons
The truth is that when it comes to removing body hair, you have options, and you should weigh them all before making a decision. You can quickly shave everything away, but hair grows back in a matter of days. Depilatory creams dissolve hair in seconds, but they smell like a wet dog mixed with gasoline. If you want to remove hair more thoroughly, you could try waxing or sugaring, which snatches the hair at the root. Hair doesn't grow back for weeks, but waxing is a painful procedure that causes itching when the hair grows back. There are more long-term options, such as electrolysis. Electrolysis involves inserting a super-fine needle into each hair follicle to deliver an electric current that kills the hair follicle. If you think it sounds painful, you'd be correct, and a session can be time-consuming. That brings us to laser hair removal, a popular semi-permanent hair removal method that damages the hair follicle in order to reduce hair growth. The laser detects hair solely by focusing on pigment cells found in the hair follicle. The laser burns all the way down the hair follicle and root once the melanin in the hair is targeted. You can throw away your razor and cancel your waxing appointments after a few sessions. But, before you book your first session, we've broken down the benefits and drawbacks of laser hair removal. Let's look at the benefits and drawbacks of laser hair removal. What are the advantages? While laser hair removal does not permanently remove hair, it does significantly reduce hair growth to the point where you can stop shaving. It can be done anywhere on the body, and the machine can cover large areas quickly. The legs, the back, the underarms, the bikini line, the stomach, the face... There are no restrictions on where you can get laser hair removal. In terms of pain, laser hair removal is somewhere between shaving (painless) and waxing (holy hell that hurts). It also becomes less painful as the treatments progress and the hair becomes finer. What are the disadvantages? It's a lengthy procedure. A laser hair removal session on the underarms takes less than a minute. However, it takes several sessions to see real results, ranging from three to eight depending on the size of the area, and you must usually wait four weeks between treatments. It is pricey. If you add up how much you've spent on razors and bikini wax sessions over the course of your life, the $200-$400 per session of laser hair removal may be worth it. Consider laser hair removal to be a beauty investment. Laser hair removal works best on fair skin with dark hair and worse on darker skin because the contrast between the colour of the skin and the colour of the pigment in the hair follicle allows the laser to easily pick out what to target. In patients with darker skin tones, the pigment-rich skin competes for the laser's attention with the hair follicle. This isn't to say that it isn't a possibility for people with darker skin, but you'll want to make sure the facility you visit is properly equipped. On all skin types, certain lasers, such as the Nd:YAG, are better at distinguishing between hair and skin. Laser hair removal may result in burns or scars on the skin if performed by an untrained technician. Regrettably, licencing procedures differ from state to state, and in some cases, there are no requirements at all. Be wary of "laser centres," and make sure to ask where your laser technician received his or her certification to perform the procedure. Even a dermatologist who wishes to provide laser hair removal treatments must undergo additional training. Because laser treatment is not taught in medical school, physicians who perform laser treatments must also be trained and certified.