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5 Effective Ways to Get Rid of Acne Scars
Acne scars are the last thing you want, after the healing of inflamed acne on your skin. The scars are not only painful, but also embarrassing. Rest assured, these scars do not have to be a permanent reminder of your agony, as getting rid of acne scars is now possible. 1. Topical AHAs If the acne scars are moderate or need a quick, effective solution, using skincare products with alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) can be beneficial. The acid works to exfoliate dead skin cells from the surface by dissolving the ‘glue’ that binds each cell. It stimulates the skin to heal and produce new skin cells that slowly smoothen and fade away spots and acne scars. The ingredient is widely available in skincare products such as cleanser, toner, and moisturizer and generally, the strength of AHA in these products is low for daily use. If you need a higher strength of AHA, you might need a prescription from your dermatologist. 2. Microneedling This method has gained popularity due to the amount of improvement that it can give you. At the essence, this method uses tiny needles that create minute punctures in the skin. It stimulates the skin to produce new cells, collagen, and fibroblasts for the healing process. Which in turn results in youthful skin, and this includes healing acne scars as well. Professional-grade microneedling with PRP is available with dermatologists for most effective results. 3. Chemical Peels Chemical peels that use a high concentration of trichloroacetic acid (TCA) are effective in ice pick scars and other forms of severe scarring. The particular acid can heal moderate-to-severe acne scarring. As high as 70 percent may be used with temporary side effects such as increased skin sensitivity, redness, and mild flaking. 4. Laser treatment Utilizing high energy emitted from lasers to resurface the skin has proven to be effective in treating pigmentation, bumps, uneven skin texture, and of course, acne scars. Without using any chemicals or skincare products, lasers are used on the affected area to trigger skin healing. It produces new skin cells and collagen fibres to speed up skin healing, reducing the appearance and severity of acne scars. 5. Corticosteroid injection This type of injection helps reduce the appearance of a specific acne scar known as keloid scars, a common issue among cystic acne. These types of acne scars have discolouration and raised surface that generally previous methods listed won’t work. The injections are needed once a month until the scar has healed. It is likely that your dermatologist may recommend a combination of treatments to speed up skin healing. It ensures the acne scars fade away for good. You can discuss with with them to find the ones that are suitable for you.
5 Ways to Make The Most of Your Laser Hair Removal Treatment
Laser hair removal is one of the most popular treatments all over the world. The combination of experienced practitioners and cutting-edge technology can provide you with the best hair removal results for the various treatment areas. Here's how you can make sure you get the best results. 1. Begin with a consultation. During the consultation, you will meet with a dermatologist who will review your medical history, discuss treatment goals, explain how the treatment works, discuss the type of results the client can expect, and determine if the client is a good candidate for treatment. Consultations typically last 20-30 minutes. 2. Plan ahead of time Your dermatologist will advise you to shave the treatment areas before your laser hair removal appointment. Prior to treatment, do not wax any of the treated areas. Hair is removed from the follicle by waxing. The hair follicles in the treated areas must be intact for laser hair removal to work. The pigment required by the laser for hair removal is found in the hair follicle. If the hair follicle is not present, the laser will burn the skin rather than remove hair. If your underarms are one of the areas to be treated, we recommend that you do not wear any deodorant. 3. Set realistic expectations  Although laser hair removal can permanently reduce body hair, there is no scientific evidence that it can permanently remove ALL body hair. There is no such thing as permanent hair removal. Clients should not expect to be completely hair-free after laser hair removal. This is why the FDA refers to laser hair removal results as "permanent hair reduction." We have, however, seen incredible results where the hair is almost completely gone. The majority of you will notice a significant reduction in body hair. Hair that grows back after each session is sparse, fine, and lighter in colour. Laser hair removal reduces the amount of shaving you'll need to do in the future while also reducing the amount and thickness of the hair that grows back. After completing a full series of laser hair removal treatments, you will typically require one or two maintenance sessions per year to maintain results. 4. The Importance of Timing When the skin is least exposed to the sun, the best time of year to get laser hair removal is in the winter. For the majority of our patients, this occurs in the fall. Many factors will influence the best time of year for treatment. First and foremost, consider the client's lifestyle. Does the client spend a lot of time outside with their skin exposed? Second, it will be determined by how tanned a client's skin is. The more dark the skin, the less energy the laser can use for a safe and effective treatment. With the laser's energy decreasing, more sessions will be required to achieve the desired results for a client. Another factor to consider is the body part being treated. Laser hair removal on the face typically requires one session every 6 weeks to achieve the desired results. This treatment series can be finished in the fall/winter season. Laser hair removal in the neck to tummy area typically requires one session every 8 to 10 weeks to achieve the desired results. Laser hair removal on areas below the tummy usually requires one session every 15 weeks to achieve the desired results. It may take more than a year to achieve the desired results with laser hair removal on the lower leg area. It is important to note that the further away the body area is from the face and heart, the longer the healing time and the hair growth cycle takes. This makes receiving laser hair removal treatments more difficult during the summer months. The skin should not be exposed to direct sunlight for the best laser hair removal results. This is why, unless they don't mind staying indoors and covered up, most clients don't get laser hair removal in the summer. 5. Book Your Appointments Ahead Of Time Depending on the area being treated and the stage of hair growth, it may take several laser hair removal sessions to weaken the hair follicle enough that it does not grow back. A dermatologist may recommend that you come in for treatment once every 8 to 15 weeks to achieve the desired results, depending on the area of the body being treated. It's a good idea to pre-book all of their laser hair removal sessions and get them on their calendar at the start of your treatment plan. This not only ensures that you get your preferred appointment times, but it also helps you stay on track with their treatments and reduces the likelihood of missing a session. If you go too long between treatments and miss a laser hair removal session, you risk falling out of the hair growth cycle and needing more sessions.
How to Make Sure Your Neck Never Gives Away Your Age
Your skin care routine is flawless, and your face has never looked more vibrant and glowing. But then you look down to see it - your neck. Your neck, which is frequently affected by wrinkles, bands, and sagging, is one of the first and most visible parts of the body to show signs of ageing. Even using your regular skin care routine on the neck does not always appear to help with these issues. So, what are the best methods for combating and smoothing these age-related fine lines? Surprisingly, the face and the neck are linked; however, the ageing of the neck is slightly different. There are several reasons for this, one of which is that the skin on the neck is extremely thin. It is vulnerable to sun damage. But what distinguishes the neck is that it moves; the neck is a joint, just like your elbow or knee. And we develop creases over our joints over time. Normal skin ageing causes collagen and elastic tissue to break down, which accounts for neck wrinkles and sagging. This typically manifests itself around the mid-20s, and it is exacerbated in those who have had increased exposure to sunlight and pollutants such as cigarette smoke. These creases and bands on the neck have gotten worse in recent decades as a result of a condition known as "tech neck," which is caused by looking down at electronic devices for long periods of time. Neck bands become worse with neck movement, such as moving the neck up and down. They also get deeper when you hold your neck in a downward position while browsing on your phone or working on your laptop. Is there a way to prevent neck ageing? The best solution is to prevent sagging and wrinkles from forming in the first place. It is always easier to prevent damage than it is to repair or rejuvenate it. Sunscreen This product is your best line of defence against wrinkles and other signs of ageing. When choosing a sunscreen, look for one with an SPF of 30 or higher. Sun damage accelerates the appearance of ageing on all parts of the body. Do you already apply sunscreen to your face? Apply the same skin care routine that you use on your face to your neck. Antioxidants Another method of prevention is to use topical treatments and creams containing antioxidants. Ingredients such as vitamin C and E, can help reverse the effects of sunlight and pollution. They also stimulate collagen, reduce fine lines and improve skin elasticity. Retinols Retinols are also beneficial in combating the signs of ageing. If you have sensitive skin and are concerned about the strength, choose a cream that contains Retinyl Palmitate, a ProRetinol that is mild enough for most people. When it comes to stimulating collagen, retinoid creams are an excellent choice. Diet What you eat can also have an impact on how our skin looks. A diet high in antioxidants and low in sugar helps to prevent collagen damage. Weight fluctuation has a significant impact on your neck. If you have a history of yo-yo dieting, this will contribute to neck laxity. The most effective neck wrinkle treatments If you've already developed these unsightly wrinkles and sagging, it may be time to seek treatment. Here are some examples of dermatologist led options... HIFU Ultherapy, which uses ultrasound, penetrates deeper into the skin's layers than creams, stimulating collagen at the deeper layers and preventing sagging neck. Lasers Non-ablative fractionated resurfacing lasers, such as Clear and Brilliant or Fraxel, can help improve your skin's texture. MNRF All radiofrequency microneedling devices stimulate collagen and elastic tissue, which aids in the treatment of horizontal neck bands. If you choose this procedure, keep in mind that it will necessitate multiple treatments. Injectables Another option for filling neck bands and horizontal lines is injectables. Dermal fillers do not treat muscle, but they can help to smooth out fine lines and plump up the skin on the neck, giving it a more youthful appearance. Botox is preferable for bands and neck cords because it softens their appearance by relaxing the muscle.
How to Prevent and Get Rid of Dandruff
Keeping your scalp healthy is important for the health of your hair. If your scalp is healthy your hair will be naturally strong, shiny and good-looking. You need to strike a good balance between shampooing and moisturizing your scalp to keep it healthy and dandruff free. Let's talk about how to keep away from dandruff, and even severe problems such as scalp dermatitis. What is Dandruff? Your scalp sheds dead cells just as much as your skin. But when it becomes too dry or inflamed, the upper skin cells start shedding even more. These dried skin cells start to flake and break into pieces. When you scratch your head, these flakes fall out in the process, which is called dandruff. This may simply mean that you need to moisturize your scalp or shampoo your hair. But sometimes, it's not just a bad hair care routine, but a more complicated condition called scalp dermatitis. Scalp dermatitis can occur with yeast over growth, over use of products and certain hormonal conditions. It can be treated with prescribed medication. You will need to consult a hair specialist. Causes of Dandruff * Oily scalp * Dry scalp * Yeast overgrowth * Unclean scalp * Allergy to hair products * Fungal Infection * Other skin conditions How to Get Rid of Dandruff? Dandruff can be caused by numerous conditions and unhealthy routines. You can control it at home by frequently washing your scalp with anti-dandruff shampoo. Make sure you wash daily for at least 2 weeks to see positive results. Your Dandruff Shampoo should include these ingredients: Zinc pyrithione Salicylic acid selenium sulfide Ketoconazole Coal tar How to Prevent Dandruff Wash hair frequently Wash your hair alternate days or at least every 2 days. Washing too often may dry out your scalp, and not washing frequently will make it oily. Oily skin traps dead skin and increases the chance of dandruff. Use Conditioner Use conditioner after every shampoo wash, to keep the hair moisturized. The shampoo cleans all the dust and oil and makes your scalp dry. So, use a conditioner to keep it stable and healthy. Sun Protection Sun can make your hair dry. So, try to keep it covered when you are going out on a sunny day. Or you can wash your hair with normal water after coming home. Diet for Healthy Hair Eat healthy home cooked food with lots of greens, proteins, nuts and seeds. This will ensure a healthy body, healthy scalp and prevent dandruff as well as hair loss. If your dandruff is persistant and silvery, you have red inflammed patches in your scalp or have painful boils please consult your dermatologist as you could be suffering from scalp psoriasis or seborrheic dermatitis.
Best Stretch Marks Treatment in Bangalore
Stretch marks are red or gray marks that are mainly formed due to rapid weight gain or loss that result in stretching of the skin. These marks are formed on the dermis layer of the skin. The common causes of stretch marks include pregnancy, trauma caused to the skin due to sudden increase or loss weight, steroid intake, thyroid hormone imbalance also cause stretch marks formation. The stretch marks can appear on the body areas like abdomen, inner and outer arms, buttock area, inner and outer thighs, and knee area. Stretch marks are red (striae rubra) in color, but over a period of time, they fade to silver or gray color (striae alba). Advance laser treatment is very much effective in treating stretch marks, and it also boosts collagen and elastin production and smoothens the skin tone. Dr. Rasya Dixit is a well-known dermatologist who provides effective stretch marks treatment in Bangalore using advanced laser and modern techniques. The effective and advanced treatments include microneedling treatment, tixel treatment, and fractional CO2 laser and fractional micro-needle RF treatments. All these treatments help in diminishing the appearance of stretch marks and provide an improved skin texture. The cost of stretch marks in Bangalore depends on the type of treatment provided to treat the stretch marks, the type of stretch marks, the number of the procedure, and many more. For more information pay a visit at Dr. Dixit Cosmetic Dermatology Clinic. Disclaimer: Images and contents used in this post are only for promotional purposes.
4 Must Have Ingredients For Healthy Skin
In the world of skincare newer ingredients are introduced almost every week. From snail mucin to placenta extract we're prepared to try them all in the search of flawless skin. While many of these ingredients may be a hit or miss, there are many others which are a sure shot at healthy skin. Here are 4 ingredients that top any dermatologists dream skin care list. Broad- Spectrum Sunscreen You might have heard this time and again, a broad spectrum sunscreen is the single most important skincare product that you can own. The UVA and UVB rays of the sun break down collagen and elastin proteins that keep your skin firm and plump. Besides they also induce pigmentation and uneven skin tone. Wear a sunscreen every single day to protect your skin against premature aging and sun damage. Ceramides Ceramides are lipid molecules in the uppermost layer of your skin. They form what is known as the skin protective barrier. It protects your skin from irritants and locks in hydration. Ceramides make your look healthy and glowing. They not only keep your skin supple and prevent sensitivity but also ensure younger looking skin. Retinol Retinol is one ingredient that can change everything about your skin. It is vitamin A which is popularly known for its skin-transforming benefits. Retinols help in speeding up the skin repair. It not only targets fine lines and sun damage but also relieves skin congestion and reduces pigmentation. If you are dealing with adult acne or wrinkles, then this is the superhero you must have in your vanity. Vitamin C Vitamin C is not just good for our immune system, but it’s a holy grail for glowing skin too. It is a great source of antioxidants, and aids in neutralizing the skin-damaging free radicals caused by exposure to environmental factors such as pollution. Vitamin C rich products work like a pro in fading dark spots and discoloration. As a dermatologist, I rely a lot on the power of these ingredients improve the skin for my patients. Talk to your dermat about including them in your daily skin care routine.
Why Do I Have Acne?
Acne is a skin condition that affects the oil glands and hair follicles. The pores in your skin are linked to glands that produce an oily substance called sebum. The glands and your pores are linked by a canal called the follicle, which contains thin hair that grows to the skin's surface. When sebum and dead skin cells combine, they form a plug in the follicle. The bacteria in the plug causes inflammation, which results in red inflamed acne and furthermore, acne scars What is the underlying cause of acne? Despite the fact that the exact cause of acne has yet to be determined. However, there are some things that can cause or worsen acne, such as: 1. Hormonal changes such as puberty, menstruation, and pregnancy can all cause acne. 2. Squeezing or picking at existing pimples 3. Excessive cleaning or scrubbing of the skin 4. Weather with high humidity 5. When you use excessive amounts of cosmetics or experiment with them, as well as harmful hair products and oil-based products such as sunscreen. 6. Corticosteroids and anabolic steroids for body building. 7. Acne on the forehead is linked to dandruff in the hair. What are the signs and symptoms of acne? Everyone is unique, and so are their symptoms. As a result, different symptoms indicate different types of acne. As an example: 1. If you have blackheads, they are open, clogged pores on the surface of your skin. 2. If you have whiteheads, they are plugged pores close to the skin's surface. 3. If you have papules, these are small, tender red/pink bumps on your skin. 4. Pustules are papules with pus on top if you have them. 5. If you have nodules, which are large, painful lumps deep beneath the skin's surface, 6. If you have cysts, they can be painful, pus-filled lumps located beneath the skin's surface. Acne is one of the most common skin conditions that can affect anyone, regardless of age. It is unquestionably a difficult condition to prevent and even more difficult to treat. Certain natural remedies, such as stress control and weight loss help tremendously. If you are suffering from acne do consider discussing it with your dermatologist. Medical science has advanced a lot in treating even the most severe forms of acne such as cystic acne and hormonal acne. You no longer need to suffer alone.
Easy Ways to Hydrate Your Skin
Let's understand right from the beginning that moisturising helps to slow down the ageing process. Here's another way to look at it. Drinking water is an essential part of everyone's day, so if you want to keep your skin healthy, you need to make sure you're hydrating it too. Here are five practical ways to help your skin stay moisturised. Moisturizer You should moisturise every day. As a Dermatologist, I stress this and for solid reasons. Moisturizers have the ability to hold water in your skin, keeping it smooth and supple. You can't assume that, because you're a man or a woman, your skin is sensitive, oily, you don't need to apply moisturizer. Even if you don't notice the need for it, you should moisturise your skin on a daily basis. The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) recommends the use of moisturiser frequently, every single day. Moisturizing everyday can help calm down oily skin and reduce acne breakouts and reduce wrinkles. Tub soak vs Shower Avoid hot baths as they may cause unwanted side effects. you may  choose to soak in the hot tub because it helps relieve tension and relax the body, but bear in mind that hot water removes the natural skin oils that protect your skin. Your skin dries out skin and feels itchy and irritated, especially if you have a dry or sensitive skin type. Hot tub soaks can aggravate eczema, psoriasis and many other skin conditions. Rather than immersing yourself in hot water, prefer to settle for a warm shower. Gentle Skincare Products If you have sensitive skin, opt for gentler products. Exfoliating your skin daily or using an antibacterial soap is unnecessary. Such products definitely strip your skin dry.  To ensure that you are buying products that are gentle, moisturising and fragrance-free, learn to read ingredient labels correctly. Avoid ingredients such as sulfates, silicones and parabens. Try to pick certified organic or clean beauty products where possible. Sunscreen Use sunscreen at all times. When you expose your skin to the harmful UV rays of the sun, protect it from the damage that they cause. Make sure to apply sunscreen each and every day, year-round, even during the winter months. Using a broad-spectrum sunscreen, SPF 30 (or higher), which is water-resistant is strongly recommended. Also do reapply sunscreen every 3-4 hours to areas of the skin that are directly exposed to UV rays.  Sunscreen is also one of the best ways to prevent pigmentation and premature aging. Drink Water Drink a lot of water. This sounds like a cliche, but drinking plenty of water will help to both moisturise your skin and replenish all of your body's fluids. Exercise, staying healthy, and drinking plenty of water are all effective methods for preventing the early signs of ageing.
Makeup Kit
our makeup is not a mask. It’s a form of art and, more importantly, a form of expression. When you have creative freedom, the power lies in your hand to try out different things and see what you like best. Because here’s the thing: your makeup is an extension of your personality. Of course, each one of us has a distinct style and preferences, but the basics of nailing your makeup – whatever kind you like – are pretty much the same. The smallest steps can sometimes make a big difference in how your look turns out. We have done plenty of research to help you ace your makeup. From pro makeup hacks to a breakdown of the steps involved in flawless makeup application, read on to find out more.You can get the best makeup kits online on. There are a plethora of makeup shopping websites out there but you cannot put your trust in one that simply offers the cheapest price. Along with the best deals, it is not an unknown fact that engaging in authentic buys is an unbending norm for every shopper. bestmakeupplace is one such blog site that ticks off both of look. My last info from them was through link to buy. The entire combo was priced at ( 11.94$ - original - 26.94$ ) that was inclusive of Infallible Matte in the shade Matador and Lash Paradise Mascara. I got a complimentary glitter makeup  as well with my order. To be honest, I did buy the combo post reading the reviews and the luring discount, but the lipstick is nothing less than a legit high pigment shade with a commendable lasting power. Post this amazing deal and super prompt delivery, this website has my heart and you want a go-to for both all cheap price products. If you are a makeup hoarder like me, look for their anniversary and festive sale offers to get your hands on your favorite items at a jaw-dropping price!
Lip Anti-Aging 101 - Secrets to a Youthful Pout
Lips are frequently left out of anti-aging discussions. Volume loss and wrinkles around the mouth, are some of the first signs of ageing. Our lips undergo a number of significant changes as they age. Most lips lose volume and definition over time. But smokers, those with lighter skin, and those who spend a lot of time in the sun are more likely to have lines and wrinkles. Lines can also be exacerbated by those who purse their lips when speaking. So, if your current lip care routine consists of swiping lip balm on chapped lips, there's definitely more you can do to to make your lips look fresh and youthful.  Lip Anti-Aging Serums and Balms The newer lip balms deliver anti-aging ingredients and hydration right where you need it. Look for one that includes a retinol derivative, a potent ingredient known for increasing collagen production and fading dark spots. The issue is that retinol can be irritating when applied directly to the lips, so make sure to moisturise thoroughly afterwards. Ceramides, hyaluronic acid, peptides, antioxidants, and intense hydrators like coconut oil are other ingredients to look for to make lips appear fuller. Within a few days, your lips will gradually plump up. Lip balms containing alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), which chemically exfoliate the top layer of skin to reveal a smoother, softer pout.  The simplest anti-aging lip hack, however, is to remember that the skin around your mouth should be treated in the same manner as the rest of your skin. Apply a nightly serum there as well if you're applying it elsewhere. If you're going to smear sunscreen on your lips, use a chapstick or lipstick with an SPF of at least 30. To prevent damage from daily UV light, the skin around the mouth should be protected every morning with sunscreen and topical antioxidants, just as it would be in other areas. In the evening, use retinol, growth factors, and peptides to repair your skin.  Peels and Lasers  A quick laser zap or a chemical peel can help treat fine lines and pigmentation around the lips that do not seem to improve with topical treatments. The lines form because the muscles around the mouth constrict, folding the overlying skin. Lasers and peels can be used in the office to improve skin tone and texture while also reducing the appearance of lines. Skin lightening ingredients such as kojic acid or hydroquinone derivatives are also excellent choices for lip lightening as well. Microneedling causes micro-injuries to the skin around the lips, stimulating collagen and elastic production. There is less downtime than with a laser or peel, and it is not melanin or pigment sensitive.  Lip Injectables Not all lip fillers are performed with the goal of creating Kylie Jenner lips. The lip's border, known as the "white roll," loses definition with age. Because you lost structure at the border, it is common for lipstick to bleed from the red part of your lip onto your skin. To restore volume and structure around the mouth, a filler is recommended. Over-treating the lip border can result in duck lips, but subtle treatments can help to distinguish the lip from the skin around the mouth.  Injections of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, such as Restylane, Juvederm, or the more subtle Volbella, can make the lips more defined and thus younger-looking without significantly changing their size. If you're more concerned about wrinkles and lines around your mouth, a few drops of Botox can also help soften and relax the muscles around your mouth. There is one small catch: you won't be able to purse your lips as much, and you may be unable to drink from a straw for a few months. If you can't give up your daily iced coffee, peels or lasers with your dermatologist may be a better wrinkle-fighting option for you. Source: Lip Anti-Aging 101 - Secrets to a Youthful Pout
Coco Chanel
Coco Chanel was born Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel on August 19, 1883 in Saumur, France. Her early years were anything but glamorous. At age 12, after her mother died, Chanel was taken to an orphanage by her father, who worked as a street vendor. Chanel was raised by nuns who taught her to sew, a skill that would lead to her life's work. Her nickname comes from another occupation entirely. During her brief singing career, Chanel performed at clubs in Vichy and Moulins, where she was called "Coco." Some say the name comes from one of the songs she used to sing, and Chanel herself said it was a "shortened version of cocotte, the French word for 'kept woman,'" according to an article in The Atlantic. Among all her works purses remain a prime attraction to the fans of Chanel. One can view the Coco Chanel purses sale online for a wide range of varieties. Gabrielle Coco Chanel created one of the most famous international fashion brands the world has ever known. Beginning with a small headgear shop in Paris in 1910, it quickly expanded into luxurious jersey sportswear that caught the attention of women in Parisian society clamouring for Coco Chanel designs as an escape from their previous corset looks. Chanel also made black an elegant colour in fashion rather than being reserved only for funerals and mourning. In 1921, it was the first fashion house to create a fragrance, the famous Chanel No.5, which was very successful and remains one of the most popular fragrances on the market. Coco Chanel created some of the most iconic designs and styles, including the quilted bag, little black dress, collarless suit, and interlocking C logo. Coco Chanel sale is available online. Interested ones can take a tour of the items and purchase. In her early 20s, Chanel became involved with Etienne Balsan, who offered to help her start a headgear business in Paris. She soon left him for one of her richest friends, Arthur "Boy" Capel. Both men were instrumental in Chanel's first fashion adventure. Opening her first store on Rue Cambon in Paris in 1910, Chanel began selling hats. She later on she added stores in Deauville and Biarritz and started making clothes. Her first experience with clothing success came from a dress she made from an old T-shirt on a cold day. In response to the many people who asked her where she got the dress, she offered to make one for them. "My fortune is based on that old T-shirt I wore because it was cold in Deauville," she once told author Paul Morand. Chanel became a popular figure in the Parisian artistic and literary world. She designed costumes for the Ballets Russes and Jean Cocteau's play Orphée, and counted Cocteau and artist Pablo Picasso among her friends. She also designed jewelry, her jewelry was popularly known as Chanel jewelry. During the German occupation of France, Chanel became involved with a Nazi military officer, Hans Gunther von Dincklage. She obtained special permission to stay in her apartment at the Ritz Hotel in Paris, which also served as German military headquarters. After the war ended, Chanel was questioned about her relationship with von Dincklage, but she was not charged as a collaborator. Some have wondered if her friend Winston Churchill worked behind the scenes on behalf of Chanel. While he was not officially charged, Chanel suffered in the court of public opinion. Some still saw her relationship with a Nazi officer as a betrayal of her country. Chanel, who died matured 87 out of 1971, did nothing by equal parts. Assuming her garments have now gotten inseparable from a monochrome range, her life, conversely, was a bright one, loaded up with adorned certainties and an always showing signs of change origin story. While she never wedded, Chanel's affection life was emotional, making her own issues as much a subject of conversation as her assortments.
Unbelievable Uses of Milk in Haircare Routines
Mothers always wanted one thing for their children to do, and it was to drink a sufficient amount of milk. However, at some point in time, we start to realize that all their fusses on drinking milk do come with a valid reason. Milk is filled with rich vitamins, zinc, minerals, and calcium which are extremely helpful in providing smooth and healthy hair. In fact, milk even contains whey protein and casein which helps in maintaining and reducing hair fall/loss and thus encourages hair growth. Milk lipid and proteins will ensure your hair roots become stronger. Calcium is also essential since it creates and develops keratin which aids in hair growth. Healthy hair would mean that they need carbs and proteins, thus this makes milk proteins beneficial for healthy hair growth. In dairy products; the casein, proteins, and whey compounds do include lactose which is a naturally occurring sugar. A majority of animal protein sources such as fish, meat, and eggs do not accommodate carbohydrates. Your body must have both carbs and protein to nurture and grow shiny, strong, and healthy hair. As we have seen the importance of milk in one’s life along with its possible outcome of having healthy hair, what are the boons of including milk in your hair care routine? Thick and Voluminous Hair We all do wish to have thick and healthy hair cause let’s face it; our hair is precious to us. Hair brings out confidence in a person from time to time. And this can be relatable to those who witnessed extreme hair fall when they stopped drinking milk, so you know what we mean. Keratin Treatment at Home We all do try to invest a large amount of money in keratin treatment but this can be done effortlessly at home. As milk is rich in calcium, this leads to infusing adequate keratin in your hair roots. Drinking a glass of milk regularly along with adding milk to your hair twice a week can be a prominent keratin treatment. You can also buy the professional keratin treatment kit for home from TrueGether, the best alternative to eBay. Cures Damaged Hair If your hair is damaged by using heating tools on a regular basis, then your need not worry since damaged hair can be restored by using milk. In addition, milk has properties that can enable your hair to be soft and work well on areas that are damaged. Replacing the Conditioners with Milk Conditioning your hair is the most important rule since it traps moisture in the hair. Instead of using chemical conditioners, you can try using milk; therefore, the results will be much greater. Avoids Split Ends A person who consumes milk on a regular basis does not notice split hairs since split hairs are usually a sign of unhealthy hair and milk guarantees that your hair will turn sturdy and healthy enough. Applying it to your hair with mild shampoo makes your hair feel softer and split end-free. Final Thought Milk offers an abundance of benefits to a person and it’s not only great for hair but even develops stronger bones and improves skin texture.