How To Remedies to Prevent Hair Loss and Regrow Your Hair

Women have long considered their hair to be their crowning glory, and female hair loss can have a devastating effect on their self-confidence and quality of life. Hair loss in men is much more acceptable and often considered sexy, not so for females, who also show different hair loss patterns. In women, hair loss usually starts at menopause when estrogen levels drop but can be related to pregnancy, stress, illness, or hair treatments.

Hair transplants have been performed for a long time; however, today ninety percent of hair transplant surgeons use a surgical method called FUE (follicular unit extraction) or FUT (follicular unit transplantation), which was introduced in the nineties. Medications are still the most common form of hair loss treatment in women and may include Minoxidil (or Rogaine), iron supplements, and anti-androgens. It is essential that you choose your treatment provider carefully and ask the right questions.

Understanding the Cause of Your Hair Loss

Andrew Cooper, MD of Elite Hair Restoration Surgery, with clinics all over the UK, says, “there is a huge difference in dealing with hair loss in men compared with women. There are a number of conditions that result in the same diffuse pattern, in which the hair over the top and crown of the head becomes thinner and every so often, the temples can also recede, similar to male hairlines. As a hair surgery provider, we often require some more comprehensive investigations to understand and diagnose the hair loss’s true cause before deciding if a hair transplant is even a viable option for the patient.”

According to Prof. Dr. Fuat Yuksel from Longevita in London, there are a number of reasons for female hair loss. “From a lack of vitamins to excessive use of chemically tainted beauty products, hair loss in women is becoming an increasingly common concern. Some of the causes of female hair loss include iron deficiency, low levels of vitamin B12 and excessive heat. Treating female hair loss requires an experienced provider to recognize the needs and expectations of female patients. The treatment may be surgical or non-surgical.”

Matthew Parker, a Patient Coordinator at Surgery Group, explains that there “is a myriad of reasons for female hair loss and the causes are still not fully understood. Female hair loss can be caused by a variety of factors. Below is a list of blood tests that you can request from your GP which may help to diagnose the underlying reasons for your hair loss to help you to manage it better going forward:

  • Full blood count
  • ESR
  • Liver function & lipids
  • Vitamin B12
  • Serum iron
  • Total iron-binding capacity
  • Serum ferritin
  • Red cell folic acid
  • Serum zinc
  • Prolactin
  • TSH
  • Free T4
  • Oestradiol
  • IgE
  • Random blood sugar

The Consultation

Prof. Dr. Fuat Yuksel explains that “During the consultation, the cause for hair loss should be diagnosed and a proper treatment plan should be provided accordingly.”

Andrew Cooper from Elite Hair Restoration Surgery, runs us through the ideal process: “After a Consultation with our in-house hair-loss specialist, we would explore if the patient is taking any medications and give a detailed medical questionnaire. We would then request blood tests. These would consist of things like a full blood count, glucose, serum ferritin (iron stores), thyroid hormones and, where appropriate, gestational hormone levels. If there are any issues with the scalp, we may also make a referral to a dermatologist, who may suggest the patient has a biopsy.

Most importantly, says Andrew, if “these questions aren’t asked, if the process seems too simple and easy to be approved for surgery, then the potential outcome could well be compromised.”

Hair Transplant

If the patient’s solution for hair loss is a hair transplant, according to Longevita’s Prof. Dr. Fuat Yuksel, “the second step is choosing the suitable hair transplant technique. Most of the women prefer an unshaven hair transplant to feel comfortable in their aftercare process. Thanks to this unshaven hair transplant, female patients easily recover from surgery and get back to their daily activities.

With a focused understanding of all hair types and characteristics, including afro hair, the providers must take a bespoke approach for each patient to ensure that they achieve their desired results as quickly and efficiently as possible. It is also important to check before/after pictures of the surgeon’s previous patients to have an idea of the quality of work. If there is an opportunity to read the clinic’s social media reviews and Google recommendations, it may also help female patients feel comfortable choosing the right clinic.”

“Unlike most male patients, female patients do not have a permanent zone from which we can harvest hair for transplantation, so the majority of female hair transplant patients will have the FUT or strip method, which does not require shaving of the donor region,” says Matthew Parker. “For FUE extraction, it is necessary to shave the back of your head. Therefore, the first thing is to ensure that your doctor is, in fact, a member of the Royal College of Surgeons and able to perform such procedures.”

If you are a female suffering from hair loss, do your research before agreeing to hair transplant surgery. There are a limited pool of surgeons specialising in female hair transplants in the UK, but they are well known and have good reputations. There are further options available if you are willing to catch a flight to a medical tourism destination such as Turkey or wider Europe.

However, the starting point for most patients is obtaining non-surgical treatment from a reputable hair-loss treatment centre, who will most likely provide a referral to a known specialist surgeon if you are a good candidate for female hair transplant surgery.

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10 Things You Should Know About Breast Augmentation Fat Transfer

Points to consider before undergoing breast enlargement surgery

If you’re thinking about breast enlargement, also known as a breast augmentation or a “boob job”, you will undoubtedly have carried out plenty of research into the subject.

No-one, after all, should go into any surgery uninformed, regardless of why they are getting the surgery in the first place.

“Generally speaking, anyone who is in reasonably good mental and physical health is a suitable candidate for breast implants,” says Shahram Salemy, a Seattle-based board certified plastic surgeon.

“But breast enhancement should be done because you believe it will increase your own happiness or confidence. You should never get cosmetic work done because someone else wants you to.”

Breast augmentation surgery is the most common form of cosmetic surgery in the world. The number of women in the US undergoing the surgery tripled in the two decades between 1998 and 2018. In 2018, 7,727 women in the UK had breast augmentation, which was 6% less than the year before. In Germany, 66,972 women had breast augmentation in 2019.

What is breast augmentation?

Breast augmentation surgery is when breast implants or fat grafts are used to enlarge the size of the breasts. It is often used to increase the volume of the breasts after weight loss or pregnancy. The surgery can also be undertaken to enhance the shape of the breasts or to improve symmetry.

You will also find the process referred to as augmentation mammoplasty. Fat grafting breast augmentation is, as the name suggests when fat is transferred from another part of the body to boost the volume of the breast. 

Here are some other pointers for breast augmentation:

1. Insurance isn’t going to cover it

The only way you’ll get your breast augmentation operation paid for is if the procedure is part of breast reconstruction surgery following a mastectomy.

2. It will be performed in one of four ways

There are four types of incisions that surgeons use for a breast augmentation procedure. These are:

  • Transaxillary – under the armpit
  • Inframammary – under the breast (one of most common methods)
  • Areolar – on the areola (difficult if the areolar is small but the least noticeable method in terms of scarring)
  • Trans-umbilical – around the navel

3. You will have a choice of implants

It’s possible to choose from saline, silicone, cohesive gel or autologous fat implants. All have their pros and cons. The most natural implants tend to be silicone-based, and these hold their shape well. Saline can make the breasts feel heavy and cause ripple effects on the breast.

Cohesive gel (also known as gummy bear implants) can’t be used for women who are pregnant, nursing or aged 22 or under. With fat implants, often around three pounds of the patient’s own fat needs to be injected – the good news is there is no scarring. 

4. The increase won’t be huge

It’s not possible to jump from a size A cup to a DD right away. That kind of increase would literally be too much of a stretch for the body to cope with in one go. Instead, you can go from an A to a C cup and then increase again, possibly a few years later, giving the body time to adjust better. As many celebrities have, it’s also possible to have your implants removed if you change your mind.

5. Expect to undergo more surgery in the future

Your first breast augmentation surgery will probably not be your last. The lifetime of an implant is anything from ten to fifteen years. The size and volume of your breasts can also be affected by weight loss, breastfeeding and even simple gravity. It could be that scarring causes the shape of the implant to change over time, and new implants are needed to put this right. Because of this, it’s always a good idea to have a contingency fund, just in case.

6. You’ll still be able to breastfeed

Provided the incision you have is far enough away from the nipple, then the milk ducts and glands should not be affected at all. This is because the implants are positioned underneath the breast tissue. So, you don’t have to wait until after you’ve had kids to get breast augmentation surgery.

7. The numbness in your nipples will pass

The nerves in the nipples are stretched during breast augmentation surgery, and they may become numb for several weeks after the operation. This loss of feeling will eventually wear off, and all sensations should gradually return.

8. It takes a while for your breasts to settle

The first sight of your new breasts may alarm you. That’s because they may be far larger than you expected. This is most likely just swelling caused by the operation. There will probably be bruising too. Both will settle down within four to six weeks, and your new breasts will have their final shape.

9. You’ll still be able to get a mammogram

Your implant won’t interfere with any cancer screening process for your breasts. Radiologists these days are familiar with implants and can take readings and images by going ‘around’ the implant.

10. You’ll need help after surgery

Don’t expect to be back at the gym within a week or two of your breast augmentation surgery. You will probably be told to avoid exercise for at least six weeks afterwards. When you return home from surgery, you may be a bit dizzy from medication and sore. For that reason, it may be good to have someone stay over to help you move from room to room.

It’s also important to remember that the best plastic surgeons will be board certified and will always be up-front about the risks and expectations in your individual case. They will make you feel comfortable, explain how their cosmetic surgical approach will match your personal goals, and they will always be transparent about the costs involved.

Stay tuned, as we will soon be launching our medical tourism agency services so that you can find the best plastic surgeons and treatment offerings near you.

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Whitening Your Teeth and All Love 💕 Your Smile

In 2021, Americans spent over $15 billion on teeth whitening, including over $1.9 billion on at-home whitening products (1).

There are plenty of products to choose from when it comes to whitening your teeth.

However, most whitening products use chemicals to bleach your teeth, which concerns many people.

If you want whiter teeth but also want to avoid the chemicals, this article lists many options that are both natural and safe.

What causes teeth to look yellow?

How To Whitening Your Teeth and All Love Your Smile

Multiple factors cause teeth to become dull and lose their bright, white sparkle.

Certain foods can stain your enamel, which is the outermost layer of your teeth. Additionally, plaque buildup on your teeth can cause them to look yellow.

This type of discoloration can usually be treated with regular cleaning and whitening remedies.

However, sometimes teeth look yellow because the hard enamel has eroded, revealing the dentin underneath. Dentin is a naturally yellow, bony tissue that lies underneath the enamel.

Here are 6 simple ways you can naturally whiten your teeth.

1. Practice oil pulling

Practice oil pulling

Oil pulling is a traditional Indian folk remedy meant to improve oral hygiene and remove toxins from the body.

The practice involves swishing oil around in your mouth to remove bacteria, which can turn into plaque and cause your teeth to look yellow (2Trusted Source).

Traditionally, Indians used sunflower or sesame oil for oil pulling, but any oil will work.

Coconut oil is a popular choice because it has a pleasant taste and offers many health benefits.

Coconut oil is also high in lauric acid, which is known for its ability to reduce inflammation and kill bacteria (3Trusted Source4Trusted Source5Trusted Source6Trusted Source).

A few studies have shown that daily oil pulling reduces bacteria in the mouth, along with plaque and gingivitis (3Trusted Source7Trusted Source8Trusted Source).

Streptococcus mutans is one of the primary types of bacteria in the mouth that cause plaque and gingivitis. One study found that daily swishing with sesame oil significantly reduced Streptococcus mutans in saliva in as little as 1 week (8Trusted Source).

Unfortunately, no scientific studies have proven that oil pulling whitens your teeth. However, it’s a safe practice and worth a try. Many people claim their teeth are whiter and brighter after regular oil pulling.

To oil pull, put 1 tablespoon of coconut oil in your mouth and push and pull the oil through your teeth. Coconut oil is solid at room temperature, so you may need to wait a few seconds for it to melt. Continue the oil pulling for 15–20 minutes.

Be sure to spit the coconut oil into a toilet or trash can, as it could return to solid form once in your drain pipes and cause a clog.

Unlike many other tooth whitening methods, coconut oil pulling does not expose your teeth to acid or other ingredients that erode the enamel. This means it’s safe to do daily.

You can purchase coconut oil online.

2. Brush with baking soda

Baking soda has natural whitening properties, which is why it’s a popular ingredient in commercial toothpaste.

It’s a mild abrasive that can help scrub away surface stains on teeth.

Additionally, baking soda creates an alkaline environment in your mouth, which prevents bacteria from growing (9Trusted Source).

This is not a remedy that will whiten your teeth overnight, but you should notice a difference in the appearance of your teeth over time.

Science has not yet proven that brushing with plain baking soda will whiten your teeth, but several studies show that toothpaste containing baking soda has a significant whitening effect.

One study found that toothpastes containing baking soda were significantly more effective at removing yellow stains from teeth than standard toothpastes without baking soda. The higher the concentration of baking soda, the greater the effect (10Trusted Source).

Furthermore, a review of five studies found that toothpastes containing baking soda removed plaque from teeth more effectively than non-baking soda toothpastes (11Trusted Source).

To use this remedy, mix 1 teaspoon of baking soda with 2 teaspoons of water and brush your teeth with the paste. You can do this a few times per week.

You can buy baking soda at a grocery store or find it online.

3. Use hydrogen peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is a natural bleaching agent that also kills bacteria in your mouth (12Trusted Source).

In fact, people have been using hydrogen peroxide for years to disinfect wounds because of its ability to kill bacteria.

Many commercial whitening products contain hydrogen peroxide, although at a much higher concentration than you will use.

Unfortunately, no studies have investigated the effects of rinsing or brushing with hydrogen peroxide alone, but several studies have analyzed commercial toothpastes containing peroxide.

One study found that a toothpaste containing baking soda and 1% hydrogen peroxide led to significantly whiter teeth (13Trusted Source).

Another study found that brushing with a commercial toothpaste containing baking soda and peroxide twice per day led to 62% whiter teeth in 6 weeks (14Trusted Source).

However, there are some questions regarding the safety of hydrogen peroxide.

While heavily diluted concentrations appear safe, strong concentrations or overuse can cause gum irritation and tooth sensitivity. There’s also concern that high doses may cause cancer, but this has not been proven (15Trusted Source16Trusted Source17Trusted Source18Trusted Source19Trusted Source).

One way to use hydrogen peroxide is as a mouthwash before you brush your teeth. Make sure you are using a 1.5% or 3% solution to avoid side effects.

The most common concentration of hydrogen peroxide at the drugstore is a 3% solution. You can easily dilute this concentration to 1.5% by mixing equal parts peroxide and water.

Another way to use hydrogen peroxide is by mixing it with baking soda to make a toothpaste. Combine 2 teaspoons of hydrogen peroxide with 1 teaspoon of baking soda and gently brush your teeth with the mixture.

Limit the use of this homemade paste to a few times per week, as overuse can erode your tooth enamel.

You can buy hydrogen peroxide online.

4. Eat fruits and vegetables

A diet high in fruits and vegetables may be good for both your body and your teeth.

While they’re no substitute for brushing them, crunchy, raw fruits and vegetables can help rub plaque away as you chew.

Strawberries and pineapple are two fruits that have been claimed to help whiten your teeth.

Strawberries

Whitening your teeth with a strawberry and baking soda mixture is a natural remedy that has been made popular by celebrities.

Proponents of this method claim that the malic acid found in strawberries will remove discoloration on your teeth, while the baking soda will buff away stains.

However, this remedy has not been completely backed up by science.

While strawberries may help exfoliate your teeth and make them appear whiter, they are unlikely to penetrate the stains on your teeth.

A recent study found that a strawberry and baking soda mixture produced very little color change in teeth, compared with commercial whitening products (26Trusted Source).

If you decide to give this method a try, limit its use to a few times per week.

Despite studies showing that a strawberry and baking soda paste had a minimal effect on tooth enamel, excessive use could cause damage (27Trusted Source28Trusted Source).

To use this remedy, smash a fresh strawberry, combine it with baking soda, and brush the mixture onto your teeth.

Pineapple

Some claim that pineapple can whiten teeth.

A study found that a toothpaste containing bromelain, an enzyme found in pineapples, was significantly more effective at removing tooth stains than a standard toothpaste (29Trusted Source).

However, there is no evidence that eating pineapples produces the same effect.

5. Prevent tooth stains before they happen

While your teeth naturally yellow as you age, some things can help prevent stains on your teeth.

Limit staining foods and beverages

Coffee, red wine, soda, and dark berries are infamous for staining teeth.

That doesn’t mean you have to completely avoid them, but you should limit the amount of time these substances are in contact with your teeth.

If possible, drink beverages known to stain teeth out of a straw to prevent direct contact with your teeth.

Moreover, brush your teeth roughly 30 minutes after consuming one of these foods or beverages to limit their effects on the color of your teeth.

Additionally, avoid smoking and chewing tobacco, as both can cause tooth discoloration.

Limit your sugar intake

If you want whiter teeth, cut back on your sugar intake.

A diet high in sugar supports the growth of Streptococcus mutans, the primary type of bacteria that causes plaque and gingivitis (3031Trusted Source).

When you consume a sugary food, be sure to brush your teeth soon after.

Get plenty of calcium in your diet

Some tooth discoloration is caused by enamel eroding and exposing the dentin underneath, which is yellow. Therefore, anything you do to strengthen the enamel of your teeth will help keep your teeth pearly white.

Calcium-rich foods, such as milk, cheese, and broccoli, may help protect your teeth from enamel erosion (32Trusted Source).

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How To remove hair from private parts

Some people like their pubic hair to look or feel well-groomed. Some others prefer to remove it all.

This article looks at the various ways to remove hair safely at home.

It also describes some professional techniques that may be more effective and provide lasting results.

Best ways to remove pubic hair

There are a variety of popular ways to trim or remove pubic hair at home.

Each method carries some risk, but most are generally safe.

A person could try:

Trimming with scissors

Using scissors can be a safe way to achieve a groomed look. Because the scissors do not make contact with the skin, the risk of injury is relatively low.

Make sure that the scissors are clean and sharp, which will help ensure that they do not tug on the hairs as they cut.

To lower the risk of injury, try sitting down while grooming. Also, good lighting is important, and a handheld mirror can help with trimming hard-to-see areas.

Because the hair will grow back, regular trimming is necessary to maintain a well-groomed look.

Shaving

Shaving is a popular option for removing pubic hair, and it is generally painless.

Still, because the razor makes direct contact with the skin to remove the hair at its base, shaving can cause temporary irritation, redness, or itchiness.

To reduce this risk, try:

  • soaking in a warm bath or taking a shower before shaving
  • using a shaving cream or lotion
  • using a sharp razor with multiple blades

Also, keep in mind that the pubic skin is thin, and it can be easy to cut or nick this area when shaving. It is a good idea to go slowly.

Waxing

Some people prefer using over-the-counter waxing strips or kits.

Waxing pulls hairs from the follicles, removing multiple hairs at once. This typically causes pain, and it can also cause irritation and infection in the sensitive skin of the pubic region.

While waxing is more painful than trimming or shaving, the results last longer.

A person can also have their pubic hair waxed professionally.

Using hair removal creams

Hair removal creams, also called depilatory creams, contain chemicals that break down hair proteins, weakening the base of the hair. This allows a person to wipe away unwanted hair as they wipe away the cream.

Hair removal creams are available over the counter. As with waxing, the results often last longer than shaving or trimming. Unlike waxing, hair removal creams generally do not cause pain.

However, some people are allergic to the chemicals involved. It is crucial to test the cream on a small area of skin on the arm or leg before applying the product extensively. If a reaction develops, do not use the product.

Tweezing

Tweezing is a simple way to remove small amounts of hair.

Like waxing, tweezing pulls the hair out of the follicle, resulting in a sharp, pinching sensation. However, tweezing is not as painful as waxing, as it involves removing only one hair at a time.

Tweezing may be a good method for touch-ups, but it is not an efficient way to remove hair from larger areas.

Professional hair removal

Some people prefer to see a professional. They offer various methods of hair removal, including:

Waxing

Professional waxing produces similar results to at-home waxing. However, a professional may be less likely to miss areas that a person may miss when using the technique at home.

Electrolysis

Electrolysis involves using radio waves to damage hair follicles. This causes hair to fall out, and it also disrupts the growth of new hair.

Electrolysis targets one hair follicle at a time. A single session can take 15–60 minutes, and multiple follow-up sessions are necessary.

Laser hair removal

Laser hair removal involves destroying hair follicles with a laser and heat. This slows hair regrowth.

A person will need to attend follow-up sessions every 6–8 weeks to prevent the hair from regrowing.

There is also no guarantee that laser removal will get rid of all the hair.

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Which treatment is best for me?

If you have sensitive skin, it’s best to avoid waxing, tweezing, depilatories, and even laser removal or electrolysis, which may be too harsh and cause long-term damage. Trimming or carefully shaving are the best options.

If you have dark skin or pale skin, you may also want to see a specialist who uses tools or treatments that are suited for your melanin. Using treatments that aren’t meant for your skin color may not work or end up causing scarring or color changes that aren’t always treatable.

Purchasing supplies

The materials you need for pubic hair removal are available in most drugstores and some grocery stores, as well as online. Check out these products available on Amazon Or Pilore.

Takeaway

You don’t have to remove or trim pubic hair for any health reasons. It all comes down to personal preference. Some methods may be easier for you than others but there are a number of at-home and professional options you can try if removal is your choice.

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How Can I Remove Body Hair Permanently at Home?

The following hair removal techniques can benefit men and women looking for long-term hair removal solutions: Electrolysis: Electrolysis is a United States Food and Drug Administration (US FDA) approved permanent hair removal technique performed by dermatologists, plastic surgeons, or certified electrologists.

It involves the use of shortwave radio frequencies delivered through very thin, fine needles placed directly into the hair follicles.

The shortwave radio frequencies disable the hair follicle, and it can no longer stimulate new hair growth. Multiple sessions are required every 1-2 weeks to achieve results, and it can result in permanent hair removal.

Electrolysis can be done anywhere on the face or body.

Since only one follicle is treated at a time, it can be time-consuming to cover larger areas of the body, hence it’s best for the face or smaller areas of the body like the underarms.

While consulting a doctor for electrolysis, the individual should grow out their face or body hair fully so the doctor can assess the body hair and design a treatment plan.

Electrolysis works well for most skin types. Patients may experience pain, redness, swelling, and irritation. There is also a risk of scarring and infection.

Laser hair removal:

Laser hair removal is a US FDA approved hair removal technique for long-term hair removal, performed by dermatologists, plastic surgeons, or certified laser specialists. The laser works by damaging the follicle with high-heat lasers to stop new hair from growing. The laser can be done anywhere on the face and body, except the under-eye area. The laser works best on people with light skin tones who have dark hair and thick hair. The thicker the hair, the better the effect of the laser. However, several new types of lasers also work on darker skin tones and fine hair-like peach fuzz on the face. Laser hair removal requires multiple sessions (around four to eight sessions, depending on the individual), 4-6 weeks apart for best results. The hair that grows back becomes finer and lighter in color after a few sessions, resulting in permanent hair reduction and long-term hair removal. Laser hair removal doesn’t guarantee permanent hair removal. Touch-up sessions may be required every year or every 2 years to main the hair-free skin. Without touch up sessions, the hair will most likely grow back slowly but will be very fine and light. Pregnancy and other hormonal disorders can result in faster hair growth, requiring more sessions of touch up sessions. While consulting a doctor for laser hair removal, the individual should grow out their face or body hair fully, so the doctor can assess the body hair and design a treatment plan. Patients may experience discomfort, redness, irritation, and swelling that usually resolves. Temporary pigment changes can occur, especially in people with darker skin tones. Rarely blistering and scarring may occur.

Laser hair removal:

Laser hair removal is a US FDA approved hair removal technique for long-term hair removal, performed by dermatologists, plastic surgeons, or certified laser specialists. The laser works by damaging the follicle with high-heat lasers to stop new hair from growing. The laser can be done anywhere on the face and body, except the under-eye area. The laser works best on people with light skin tones who have dark hair and thick hair. The thicker the hair, the better the effect of the laser. However, several new types of lasers also work on darker skin tones and fine hair-like peach fuzz on the face. Laser hair removal requires multiple sessions (around four to eight sessions, depending on the individual), 4-6 weeks apart for best results. The hair that grows back becomes finer and lighter in color after a few sessions, resulting in permanent hair reduction and long-term hair removal. Laser hair removal doesn’t guarantee permanent hair removal. Touch-up sessions may be required every year or every 2 years to main the hair-free skin. Without touch up sessions, the hair will most likely grow back slowly but will be very fine and light. Pregnancy and other hormonal disorders can result in faster hair growth, requiring more sessions of touch up sessions. While consulting a doctor for laser hair removal, the individual should grow out their face or body hair fully, so the doctor can assess the body hair and design a treatment plan. Patients may experience discomfort, redness, irritation, and swelling that usually resolves. Temporary pigment changes can occur, especially in people with darker skin tones. Rarely blistering and scarring may occur.

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How to Remove Unwanted Hair Naturally

Just 2 Minutes Remove Unwanted Hair Permanently With Using Vaseline

Most women today are not content with just how they look, they want to know how to remove unwanted hair naturally. Not only can it be frustrating and stressful to keep getting your hair stuck to the inside of your socks, but you don’t want to leave your head balding as well. Don’t panic; you don’t have to go through this anymore!

Do you know that at least half of the hair in our bodies is in our scalp? It’s a fact that hair follicles are prone to losing hair due to all of the pollutants, hormones, dirt, oil, chemicals, even harsh styling methods. If this happens, your hair becomes dry and lifeless, and when your scalp is becoming weak, hair loss will occur.

Just 15 Minutes Remove Unwanted Hair Permanently With Using Vaseline. Unwanted hair on the visible areas of the body like hands, feet, face, and back is one of the main concern for every woman. It is not possible to cover the facial hair with makeup completely. Although growth of unwanted hair is closely associated with hormonal imbalance, you can easily remove unwanted hair at home. Today in this video I will share one natural remedy that will remove all unwanted hair from your body without any side effects, and is much cheaper than the methods available from beauty clinics. You can use it on your face, your hands and even your legs to remove any unwanted hair. To get 100% results do this daily. It will not only remove unwanted hair but will also remove tanning from your skin and because of vaseline, your skin will become super soft also. So I hope this video will be helpful for you all, Please Don’t forget to share with your family and friends.

One of the best ways to eliminate baldness is to use a natural treatment to repair this condition. I’m talking about a way to naturally get rid of hair.

You’ve probably heard about the chemical-based products that are out there, specifically those that contain a type of chemicals known as dioxins. These toxic chemicals cause a “toxic” to be absorbed into the bloodstream and are then absorbed through the skin. This is why it’s important to understand that hair loss is something that can happen to any person who uses these products.

There are a few natural remedies that you can use to help with the problem of unwanted hair. A good place to start is to stop using those shampoo brands that contain shampoo or conditioner that contain Dioxins. Also, use the DHT blocker known as a “teratol” to further prevent loss of hair.

Teratol is an ingredient that works by blocking DHT. In studies, patients that had been on these formulas for up to six months reported an increase in hair growth. Even though it’s possible that you’ll see a return of a few hairs, the majority will be lost and the process will take longer.

A natural cure for hair loss involves giving the body some time to regenerate and regrow. Natural treatments for hair loss work by balancing your hormones to provide your body with a positive environment. The hair follicles become more receptive to estrogen when they’re pregnant, or if you are breast feeding. You might notice an increase in the growth of your hair when you have a menstrual cycle.

Naturally, these compounds that cause your hair to fall out must be avoided at all costs. The best solution is to create a healthier environment for your hair follicles to grow and be nourished with vitamins and nutrients.

You also need to avoid poor diet. Many of us are under a lot of stress and the stress becomes passed on to our hair. We all know that the last thing that you want to do is destroy your own body.

Creating a healthy diet will assist your body to cleanse and relieve the free radicals. Many times the damaged hair follicles will respond better if the free radicals are not allowed to accumulate. You’ll notice a boost in the growth of your hair as a result.

Many of us don’t have extra cash to help pay for the cost of the products, treatments, and therapies we need to eliminate hair loss. There are other options out there that are not costly, they are easy to apply, and they are definitely effective. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to reduce the amount of your hair loss problems.

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[Before/After] I tried Face Exercises for 30 days to get a slim face

I tried 6 different face exercises everyday for 30 days to try to get a slimmer face. I share my before and after measurements and results. Was it worth it? I have had chubby cheeks for the longest time and it’s one of the most asked questions I get.

Get fit to face the world with these facial exercises.
A well-rounded physical fitness routine is a key component to living a healthy lifestyle. But we typically neglect to work out the very muscles people see the most — our faces. Just like the rest of your body, the more than 57 muscles in your face and neck require exercise to stay toned and fit. These simple facial exercises can help you strengthen facial muscles, get a slim face, and even combat signs of aging.

 

The Brow-Raiser
If you want: Lifted brows

 

Facial Exercises - Face Yoga

Perform this facial exercise regularly to keep your brows up where they belong:

Put your index and middle fingers together in a closed peace sign
Rest your fingernails over your brows and gently push the skin down
Lift your brows up and down, while creating resistance with the weight of your fingernails
Repeat 10 times
Complete 6 sets

The Cheekbone Lift

If you want: Defined cheekbones

 

Facial Exercises to Tone Facial Muscles

 

We weren’t all blessed with Angelina-Jolie-as-Maleficent cheekbones, but facial exercise can help you get a little closer. Trade in flabby, fat cheeks for defined cheekbones by following these steps:
Place your fingers over each cheekbone
Gently lift the skin until taut
Open your mouth to form an elongated “O”; you should feel resistance in your cheek muscles
Hold for 5 seconds
Complete 10-15 sets

The Chipmunk Cheek Squeeze

If you want: A slim face

 

Facial Exercises - Slim Face

 

Sculpt fat cheeks and an excuse to make a fish face over and over again? Sign us up. Here’s how to lose those acorn-storage pouches:

Tilt your head all the way back and push your chin forward
Suck your cheeks in as much as possible
Hold for 5 seconds
Complete 10-15 sets

     

    The Jaw Flex

    If you want: A toned jawline

     

    Facial Exercises - Chin Exercises

     

    A double chin can make you look heavier and older than you really are. Trim face fat and get a more defined look with this face workout:

    Tilt your head back until you’re looking at the ceiling
    Move your lower lip over your upper lip as far as you can; you should feel this in the jaw muscles near your ears
    Hold for 10 seconds
    Complete 10-15 sets

       

      The Puffer Fish Press

      If you want: Wrinkle-free nasolabial folds

       

      Facial Exercises - Face Yoga

       

      This facial exercise will help reduce the very un-funny appearance of laugh lines around your mouth. Here’s how:

      Close your mouth and puff up your cheeks
      Move the air from one cheek to the other
      Repeat for 30 seconds

         

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        Say Goodbye to Blackheads on Your Face With Only 2 Ingredients

        Blackheads

        Many women around the world have been obsessed with cleaning and skin care. No wonder, since the first thing we notice in a person is the face. By the look of it, more than 90% of people draw conclusions on other people personality in their community and beyond.

        Our Face’s Sensitivity is ‘Fragile’

        Our face can become very sensitive to many factors, such as sun exposure, climate change or dirty environment that can greatly damage our appearance.
        If we do not take care for the skin of our face and do not nourish it soon we can get wrinkles and even signs of premature aging! This is one of the main reasons why women use thousands of daytime and night creams, or they continue with many different treatments just to get the proper care.
        Wrong: Chemicals creams are always a woman’s first choice
        But very few really know what the different commercial products contain and are unaware that 90% of the products are full of chemicals and should be avoided.

        How to remove blackheads from facial skin?

        The right solution is to achieve a natural natural treatment that will allow you to regain the excellent look of your face on your face for a short period of time. We offer you a mask of completely natural products that you already have at home.
        Homemade remedy for blackheads: coconut & sodium Bicarbonate
        The recipe we will provide is actually a cleansing mask containing 2 simple natural products: coconut oil and sodium bicarbonate.
        The cleaning mask is easy to prepare, provides amazing effects and does not contain hazardous chemicals like other products. Can be used for all skin types. Feel free to use it and do not be afraid of side effects because there are no side effects.

        What this mask heals?

        This cleansing mask can treat acne, dirt, scars, fats, wrinkles, redness and dead skin. Bicarbonate is part of the mask because of the ability to restore the required pH, in other words, to speed up the cure, and coconut oil is there because of its curative properties and because it can moisturize the skin.
        These two ingredients blended together make a perfect combination for facial skin care. To know how to apply the mask, however, you need to know your skin type.

        Preparation and appliance

        The method of preparation requires mixing the 2 ingredients well, and if you can not mix them or it’s difficult, just add a little hot water. The mixture is used as a mask, gently rub the desired areas, leave for a few minutes on your face and then wash it with lukewarm water.
        If you have sensitive skin, you should apply a ratio of coconut oil and bicarbonate to 2: 1, and if you want to get deep exfoliation treatment, just use the ratio 1:1.
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        HOW TO SLIM YOUR FACE WITH MAKEUP

        HOW TO SLIM YOUR FACE WITH MAKEUP

        8 Makeup Tricks That Slim Your Face Instantly

        Focus on the Apples  Slim Your Face Instantly
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        Focus on the Apples

        You’ve most likely heard this blush tip 101: “Applying blush directly to the apples of your cheeks will make your cheeks appear fuller and more youthful,” says Lori Leib, Bodyography creative director, and professional makeup artist. But to create the look of a slimmer face, Leib says apply blush to the UPPER apples of your cheeks and slightly around your temples.

        Go for Muted Tones

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        Go for Muted Tones

        Turn to a muted-tone bronzer or powder to sculpt your face under your cheekbones, jawline, and around your forehead. “A muted tone will create the look of shadows found naturally,” Leib says.

        Less Is More

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        Less Is More

        Although contouring-focused Instagram snaps may tell us differently, when it comes to using makeup to create angles and definition, the key, according to celebrity makeup artist Valerie Star, is less is more. “When trying to create slimming features, contouring is a key factor, but it’s something that can be accomplished with cream products that are applied correctly and blended into the skin to illuminate your natural beauty—it doesn’t have to be overdone.”

        Start Your Foundation in the Middle

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        Start Your Foundation in the Middle

        Star says it’s smart to apply a minimal amount of your foundation, keeping the majority of the product throughout the middle of your face (starting at your nose) and thoroughly blending the foundation outward. “This will help to eliminate any kind of a foundation-mask look because the sheerest amount of product is around the exterior of your face.”

        Conquer Contouring

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        Conquer Contouring

        We said no crazy contouring techniques required for this tip list, but Star says all you need to create a serious contouring effect is a cream-based product that is two-to-three shades darker than your natural complexion. “Apply to the hollows of your cheek starting at your hairline near the top of your ear and tapper the intensity down, stopping just before the apples of your cheeks below the middle of your eye. Without loading the brush with more product, apply a minimal amount of contour color above the arch of your brow, up to your hairline. Now in a circular motion with a blending brush, blend, blend, and blend again.”

        Say Hello to Highlighting

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        Say Hello to Highlighting

        Once you have set the contoured makeup, you can highlight where needed, Star says. “Using a fan brush with a little highlight, apply a very minimal amount to your upper cheekbone area, just above the outer area of your eyebrow and the Cupid’s bow. This is going to bring focus to the highest points of your face and help in creating the illusion of a thinner face.”

        Use Bronzer to Your Benefit

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        Use Bronzer to Your Benefit
         
        According to e.l.f. global artistic director, Achille Dunaway, instantly slimming your face is as easy as adding a little bronzer to create natural shadows to sculpt your features for definition. “Focus on areas like the hollow of your cheeks to create more pronounced cheekbones, and adding bronzer on the sides of your nose to create the illusion that it’s slimmer, or bronzer on the bottom of your jaw to instantly create a lift and slenderize.”
        Finish Off With a Mist
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        Finish Off With a Mist

        To top it all off once your makeup is done, a great way to set the look is to mist with a rosewater spray. “This will take away any kind of a powdery look, add hydration and set the makeup,” Star says. 

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        New Nail Design 2022 You Are Going To Like Too Much

        1. Rainbow Nails
        This is the season to go as bright, warm, and tropical as the weather! Create a fruity cocktail of bold shades – think pink, green, red, yellow, and blue. When summer arrives, the rules go out the window, and it’s time to show off your creativity in manicure form. Plus, there are no gloves to hide behind – so your nails can get all the attention they deserve!
         
         
         
        2. Peachy Apricot Nails
        While summer offers plenty of opportunities to experiment with your nails, one of the biggest trends is a simple look. Peachy apricot tones are a summer staple every year, and it’s easy to see why. This hue is universally flattering on every skin tone. It also goes well with a full spectrum of other colors, from navy to pink and white. It’s feminine and understated while still being playful, and it looks gorgeous paired with gold and rose-gold jewelry – another massive trend for summer.

         
        3. Coffin Nails
        The coffin nail shape, also known as ballerina style, is what it sounds like: lengthy acrylics with a tapered, squared-off edge that looks like a coffin or ballet shoe. This nail shape has a lot of attitude and also gives you plenty of space to play with color, design, and decoration. You can take them to the next level with holographic foiling, ombré coloring, beads, and jewels. These are the nails you get if you want to make a statement – so it’s not a shock that coffin nails are a favorite of Instagram stars and influencers.
         

         
        4. Round Nails
        For a more understated vibe, the classic round shape is also on-trend for summer. A catwalk favorite, this chic and straightforward nail shape is very versatile. Round nails can attract attention when painted with a deep or bold color; alternatively, they can be the height of sophistication when paired with a nude polish. Pared-back and low-maintenance, round nails are a great choice if your style is classically elegant or a little androgynous.
         
         
        5. Square Nails
        Square nails are a great choice if you have naturally narrow and flat nail beds; they will make your fingertips look wider. They’re also considered the healthiest nail shape as there’s less risk of your nails flaking, catching, or breaking. If you’re opting for long acrylics, squared ends are also a popular style. This is because the squared tip again makes the nail look wider, balancing the length of the nails. Experiment with bright coral tones or pastel colors, they are a trendy choice this summer.
         
         
        6. Almond Nails
        Long and tapered to an elegant point, almond nails are a sexy and glamorous shape. They get their name from the shape of the almond nut. A universally flattering style, almond nails make fingers, and nail beds look slimmer and keep your talons quite strong. Because this nail shape requires some length to create, some opt for acrylics to get the almond look. Mix pastel ombre with the block color nails, for the playful and fun summer style.
         
         
        7. Mountain Peak Nails
        One of the lesser-known nail shapes, mountain peaks, has become a big trend this year. Nails are kept to medium length and tapered to a small, fine point. The mountain peak shape follows a similar pattern to stiletto nails, but it doesn’t require the fingernails to be as long. As a result, it’s possible to get this shape with natural nails if yours are healthy and not prone to breakage. Mountain peaks look great with soft, subtle nail color to let the shape do all the talking.
         
         
        8. Acrylic Nails
        Acrylics are the fastest way to get the long nails you’ve always dreamed about. They’re also a simple way to change the shape of your nails, and they don’t require lamp curing like gels. The extra length and on-trend shapes you can get from acrylics are perfect for summer. Show off your talons with a white polish and a feature nail in a different finish, like holographic. However, you’ll need to go to the salon regularly for in-fills and replacements. This may be more common in summer, as being outdoors and swimming can increase your risk of lifting or breaking the acrylics.
         
         
        9. Gel Nails
        A gel manicure is an easy way to make your nail color and design last. Gel nails are also softer and more flexible than acrylics, so they have a more natural look. If you want to extend the length of your nails but don’t want the upkeep of acrylics, a gel is a choice for you. Sticking with the natural theme, gel nails for summer look beautiful paired with pink or nude polish. Shake it up with different finishes like matte and gloss, and add cute details like glitter stripes. If you get sick of your gel color, you can paint over it with regular nail polish – as long as it’s a darker color. But for the best result, go to a professional for a fresh manicure.
         
         
        10. Graphic Art Nails
        For a standout look this summer, go for graphic nails. To properly show off this artistic look, either grow out your nails or choose acrylics in a long shape like stiletto or square. Then, let your creativity shine with contrasting colors, finishes, and textures. The paint splatter effect is a big trend and looks fantastic over a super matte base coat in black or white.
         
         
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