Beauty tips and suggestions  from around the world

Beauty tips and suggestions  from around the world

Brigit Sole From Italy.

Aim to keep your hair, chin, and your waistline. Regarding food, eat 80% top quality nutritious food, and for the other 20% eat whatever strikes your fancy. If you can do that, you will always look pretty good. Stick to a personal, simple style which flatters you. By following those pieces of advice, you will never be ‘in style’ but then again, you will never be ‘out of style’. In this way people will gravitate to you by dint of you own personal qualities, a very satisfying feeling, I am near 70, usually taken for 50ish, have friends all over the world and of every age and am perky enough to undertake pretty much whatever I want. My husband thinks I’m hot.

Sandra M. Lopes from India

I learned to use olive oil to strengthen and lengthen the eyelashes; unfortunately, olive oil doesn’t stick that well, and because it’s acidic, it tends to irritate the eyes if you’re not careful! It’s better to use castor oil instead.

Carla from texas.

how to prevent skin aging every country has it’s own beauty tips, Maintaining one’s beauty is beyond the skin. It does not only affect one’s physical appearance but also one’s self esteem. Common skin problems like acne, age spots, fine lines, wrinkles, scars and stretch marks cause a woman to look down on herself.

Most women resort to expensive creams and invasive skin treatments. However, these creams and procedures may also have adverse side effects, as these employ chemicals and other harmful substances. Some women, however, are wise enough to concoct their own creams and potions.

Secret beauty regimens date back to thousands of years ago. From Cleopatra’s milk bath to Nefertiti’s own line of cosmetics to Queen Esther’s extensive year-long beauty regimen, women have continuously proven that they are the masters of beauty elixirs.

Arabian women also have their anti-aging secrets. The following mixtures are the two best-kept secrets of the women from the Middle East. Each mixture contains natural ingredients that have anti-aging properties. The whole anti-aging skin regimen should be done over the course of six months. Each mixture should be applied on to the skin for three months.

Anti-Aging Face Serum


¼ cup of Wheat germ oil

¼ cup of Apricot seed oil

3 tbsps. of Grape seed oil

3 tbsps. of Jojoba oil

3 tbsps. of Pomegranate oil

3 tbsps. of Sweet almond oil

Fatima khurram From Pakistan.

Beauty problems in the hot weather? Follow these simple tips and don’t sweat it this summer!

Let’s face it, summers can take a serious toll on our beauty care. Cracking lips, severe dehydration, fizzy hair, oily skin and that formidable sweaty smell can be real hot-weather bummers. So, in preparation for the months ahead, here are some extremely helpful beauty tips with an anti-hot and humid twist. You will surely have the most gorgeous summer yet.

Jane Pitt from china.

Chinese women have flawless skin.They use pearl powder for skin rejuvenation,facial massages to reduce face bloating,face mask of egg white to reduce wrinkle,rice water as a skin toner and drink a lot of green tea .


These elegant looking beauties drink wine every day to keep a younger looking skin,they use fewer makeup products and eat a healthy diet.


Drinking coconut water ,eating avocados,carrot juices ,beetroot juices are some of the beauty secrets of Brazilian beauties.


Egyptian women use aloe vera gel,coconut Milk for hair wash, honey bath and fenugreek seeds to keep them gorgeous looking.

Sandra Raj From India


Take two small piece of ripe papaya, add one table spoon of milk and honey, and mix them well. Apply on your face and neck. Keep it for 20 minutes. Wash off with cold water. It works as moisturizers.


Take half ripe banana, mash it, and apply on your face and neck. Keep it for 20-25 minutes. Wash off with Luke warm water. It’s a natural moisturizer for dry skin. If you have very dry or dull skin, you can add honey. This banana helps to remove black pigmentation.

Aloe Vera

Take aloe Vera leaf , boil it and blend with 2 tsps. of honey. Apply on your face and neck, leave it for 20 minutes. Wash off with cold water. Do it in every week, after some days and get acnefree, oil free and clear skin


Lemon juice works wonders to remove sun tan as it has natural bleaching properties. You can directly apply the juice on the affected area and once it dries up wash it with water. Even the mixture of lemon juice and honey will help you in getting rid of the stubborn tan.


Cucumber is known to be a great remedy to get rid of the tan while its cooling effect soothes the skin. The Vitamin C in the cucumber also keeps the skin moisturized. Make a face pack with cucumber, rose water and lemon juice and apply it on the face. Keep it for 30 minutes and once you remove it you will see great results.

Mishra From India.

Don’t sleep with makeup on, as for a few conventional eye make-up pointers, pick to place your eyeliner both on the outside of your lids, or the inside. for high-quality hair, wash an condition before mattress, and then braid them absolutely tightly (if you have curls) or free (if you have waves or straight) in a silk scarf, after which inside the morning apply a few product after unwrapping and straighten or curly if essential

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how do you take care of your skin.

how do you take care of your skin.

I provide an overview of some possible causes and solutions from my own personal experience and my background/education in health research.

The reasons

Hormones: Big hormonal changes occur during the teen years. These developmental changes are necessary, but they can also create some unwanted skin flareups. The best news is that you will probably outgrow this as your hormones adjust and balance out over time.
Dehydration: Make sure that you get plenty of water everyday. Water helps to flush out toxins from your body. To keep my skin clear, I try to drink down a glass of water pretty much every hour of the day, when possible.
Poor quality or harsh skin care products: It sounds like you may be using products that are too harsh for your skin. Skin flareups can be your skin’s way of telling you that it doesn’t like the products your are using. You may consider trying some products that don’t include harsh chemicals and are, therefore, more gentle on your skin. Natural skin care products tend to include organic and natural ingredients that are gentler on the skin and can help facilitate skin repair.
Some solutions. From my own personal experience, the way to begin healing your skin is to try some different approaches until you find the one that best fits your own skin needs. Here I list some methods that worked well for my own skin.

Reduce the stress in your life. Stress is linked to hormonal fluctuations, so try to keep your stress levels low. The teens years can bring a lot of stress due to things like college preparation, SAT’s, studying, friends, and dating, to name a few. Try to find simple ways to reduce the effects of stress, like taking a yoga or meditation class or going for a hike with a good friend.
Vitamins and Minerals. Skin problems have been linked to deficiencies in certain types of key vitamins and minerals, including Vitamin D and Magnesium. Here is a great article that discusses the benefits of Vitamin D and Magnesium for skin health.
The right skin care product for your particular skin. From my experience, applying the right skin care product is an important part of skin care. I like products that are natural and include gentle ingredients that work to heal damaged skin. Here is a cleanser that I use twice a day. It contains natural ingredients, including Chamomile, Aloe Vera, Cucumber, and Green Tea. Each of these ingredients has been linked to skin health. I have included photos of the large size bottle in white (240ml) and the small size bottle in black (40ml).


I wish you the best of luck. Contact me if you would like to discuss ways to deal with skin problems in more detail.