Which are the most common methods and chemistry methods that is destruction of the stem stacked by procedures by the use of depilatory , thermochemical cosms which is to extract the hair using until its total elimination ejm; hot, warm wax.
the laser is based on the application of a beam of light to a small group of hair follicle this treatment is more effective on light skin with dark hair.
photodepilacy pulsed light
in this treatment ipl (light pulse intensity) this system can be adapted to a lot of skin phototype thanks to its variable wavelength so it can be valid treatment is more for dark hairs as blonde, but it will be more effective the lower the Phototype. this is slower but it’s more adaptable more skin types and hair.
electric hair removal
this consists of the destruction of the area of the hair follicle where the germ cells are located, in order to prevent a new hair from growing.
Beauty, beauty ,beauty wow !, this topic is very interesting as you know beauty is very large,on this blog i we let you know about some of the types of beauty .
Also call inner beauty this one comes from the inside , being compassionate and loving towards even the people you don’t know is beauty. Beautiful people sometimes feel insecure, especially if they know that their beauty comes only from lucky or inheritance
2 .physical beauty
Physical attractiveness is the degree to which a person ‘s physical features are considered aesthetically beautiful .like our makeup etc
Natural looks means something which is the way it is. It refers to a state where we are not worried about any makeup or usage of any chemical products!. Not everyone looks good without the make up, so we should definitely appreciate those who look beautiful naturally. ,
4.The best naturally products for your skincare
Suitable for adults and babies, this lovely oil can be used directly on the skin or added to the bath to help stop the skin from drying out. Made with our wonderful blend of Borage, Oat, Sesame, Wheat Germ and Meadowfoam oils, this gentle product is suitable for very dry skin and can also be used for cradle cap. A little goes a long way. Ingredients: Borago Officinalis Seed Oil (Organic Borage Oil), Avena Sativa Kernel Oil (Oat Kernel Oil), Sesamum Indicum Seed Oil (Organic Sesame Oil), Triticum Vulgare Germ Oil (Organic Wheatgerm Oil), Limnanthes Alba Seed Oil (Organic Meadowfoam Oil).
“A combination of qualities, such as shape, colour, or form, that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight”. The philosopher and teacher, Confucius said of beauty: “Everything has beauty but not everyone sees it.” Popular phrases define beauty as: Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Dealing with acne is a battle as is, then you add in the fact that it tends to cause lingering post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) and even permanent scars. Kendall Jenner is easily one of the most high-profile people who has openly dealt with acne and all the related scarring, and she also has access to some of the best treatments in the world. One of her go-to treatments is Laser Genesis, which some also refer to as a “laser facial treatment,” but it’s surprisingly accessible.
Whether your end-game is to treat acne and acne scarring or you’re simply curious about how Laser Genesis can up your glow factor, we’ve outlined everything you need to know about the treatment below.
How Does Laser Genesis Work?
In short, Laser Genesis is a non-invasive, non-ablative (doesn’t cause purposeful damage) that gently delivers heat to the dermal (deeper) layer of the skin to regenerate collagen
“The treatment is scientifically proven to improve acne, acne scars, fine lines and wrinkles, and shrink pore size,” a physician assistant and owner of Center for Aesthetic Medicine and Human Performance in Las Vegas, Nevada heather rohrer ,“The heat from the laser kills bacteria on the skin and deep within the skin, which drastically helps diminish active acne while preventing further breakouts. The heat also stimulates collagen production, which is what helps remodel/heal scars and improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.”
She says that Laser Genesis is recommended for treating the face, neck, and chest which is where it’s most often performed. However, it can also work on other parts of the body to help with scar reduction.
Laser Genesis vs IPL: The Difference!
Laser Genesis and IPL (intense pulsed light) are like sister treatments: similar, but not quite the same. The primary difference is the type of laser that’s used.
“Laser Genesis is a laser that uses a single wavelength of light to target a specific molecule in the skin called a chromophore. On the other hand, IPL uses multiple wavelengths of light so it has multiple targets,” says Dr zain husain, a board-certified dermatologist and founder of New Jersey Dermatology and Aesthetics Center.
When trying to decide between the two, it’s important to consider a few things. First, note that IPL is only safe to use on lighter skin tones. When used on darker complexions, it can potentially cause an over-production of skin pigmentation. Laser Genesis is generally considered safer for all skin types.
Rohrer adds, “What type of treatment you choose also depends on the condition of your skin and the things you want to treat. While IPL is great for rosacea, skin discoloration, and aging skin, Laser Genesis is better for targeting acne, pore size, fine lines, and uneven skin texture and tone. I recommend a thorough consultation with a skin expert to determine which treatment if not both is right for you.”
What a Laser Genesis Treatment Feels Like
When compared to other forms of lasers, Laser Genesis falls on the mild end of the spectrum in terms of causing discomfort. Dr. Husain says that the laser causes a warm sensation versus the sharp stings or “rubber band snaps” that other lasers can create. Before your treatment, you’ll be guided into a calm room where you’ll be instructed to lie on a comfy treatment bed. From there, your face will be cleansed thoroughly.
“I have trained my aestheticians to do an extensive examination of the skin after the cleaning,” says Rohrer. “If the patient has excess dead skin buildup or excess facial hair, they are instructed to perform dermaplaning or microdermabrasion.”
Both of these pre-treatments help the laser penetrate more deeply, which results in a more effective treatment. Once skin is prepped, your treatment will begin
“Laser Genesis is performed by taking a handheld device that is slowly moved back and forth over the skin, gently warming up the dermis. Treatment typically takes around 30 minutes, and most patients enjoy the warm feeling, describing it as ‘warm sunlight’ hitting their face.”
Common Side Effects and Expected Down Time
Given its gentle nature, you can expect minimal downtime and only mild side effects following a Laser Genesis treatment. Dr. Zain says, “There’s often some redness and mild swelling, but the redness usually subsides within a few hours after the treatment for most people. Following your treatment, strict sun protection with a broad-spectrum sunscreen is essential to reduce the risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH).”
You can resume your normal activities immediately following the treatment, and some people note that they even have a nice, subtle glow afterward.
Few things are more infuriating than working overtime on your skincare regimen trying to blast acne, only for your efforts to barely pay off (if they even do at all). It’s the same old story over and over again: someone swears by a hack or a product — or you come across an “acne success story” on Insta or Pinterest, you get your hopes up and throw your money and time at said product or hack, and then walk away with little change in your complexion.
Eventually, it feels like there’s nothing left you can do except throw your hands up and erupt in frustration. Guys, so many of us have been there. We’ve been there. In my late 20s, I suddenly started developing a smattering of acne across my jawline and on my cheeks and absolutely nothing worked.
I smeared weird DIY pastes on my skin, swapped out my entire skincare regimen, and applied way too many abrasive acne treatments. It took me years — AKA way too long — before I decided to hit up a dermatologist, who immediately prescribed a little hormonal acne pill called Spironolactone (also referred to as Aldactone). That pill changed everything for me.
Today, with dermatologist insight, we’re answering all your Q’s on what so many people have dubbed the “miracle hormonal acne pill” to see if it could change everything for you, too.
What Is Spironolactone? And How Can It Help Treat Hormonal Acne?
In the same way that Latisse (the serum that grows lashes) was accidental discovery when glaucoma patients suddenly started walking around with Disney-esque eyelashes, the original use for Spironolactone had nothing to do with hormonal acne.
“Spironolactone is traditionally considered a cardiovascular drug. [In short], it prevents your body from absorbing too much salt and keeps your potassium levels from getting too low, and is used to treat heart failure, high blood pressure, or low potassium levels,” explains Dr. Hadley King, a board-certified dermatologist based in New York City. “When used [to treat these disorders], a side effect was that it had an anti-androgen effect.”
In other words, the pill notably reduced the production of male hormones, including testosterone, which is linked to hormonal acne. This concept led to Spironolactone’s use for hormonal acne in women.
Can Anyone Use Spironolactone To Treat Hormonal Acne?
As you probably gathered, Spironolactone specifically treats hormonal acne in women. That means the ideal candidate is an adult female who’s dealing with a hormonal imbalance.
But what does hormonal acne look like, exactly? Dr. King says, “Hormonal acne primarily consists of cystic acne – [the large, tender bumps that seem to dwell under the surface of your skin] – that affects the lower part of the face and neck, and it usually flares cyclically with the menstrual cycle.”
Spironolactone shouldn’t be taken if you’re pregnant or planning to get pregnant since it directly affects your hormones. In fact, you need to be off it for at least a month before getting pregnant, notes Dr. Linkner. It should also be avoided if you’ve been diagnosed with renal insufficiency, abnormal uterine bleeding, or an estrogen-dependent malignancy. Finally, it shouldn’t be mixed with certain drugs since the combo could potentially lead to potassium levels that are unhealthily low.
How Long Will It Take For Spironolactone To Treat Hormonal Acne?
“Once you are taking spironolactone, it takes one to two months to see the full effects,” says Dr. Linkner. “I see my patients back one month after they started taking the pill in order to check their bloodwork for electrolyte changes and also to see if their dose needs to be increased.”
Though one to two months is the norm, some people say they experience a notable difference within as little as a few weeks after starting to take spironolactone for their hormonal acne. Others may have to take the pill for up to six months before they see the full results, and dermatologists recommend sticking with it for at least that long in order to give it a fair shake.
You do also need to continue taking spironolactone to reap the benefits, and regular blood checks are necessary to keep an eye on your potassium levels (although only two to four times a year).
Speaking from my own personal experience, I saw a reduction in my own acne within the first two weeks of taking the pill. To say that I was overjoyed was an understatement. It felt like a weight had been lifted off my shoulders every time I looked in the mirror – like I was free from the confines of something I couldn’t ever seem to get a handle on.
I’m not the only one who’s reaped the reward of spironolactone, either. Dr. King says, “This medication has literally been described as life-changing by many of my adult acne female patients who had tried numerous non-hormonal treatments for acne with unimpressive results.”
If you’ve tried every wacky hack and have thrown way too much cash at topical acne treatments that don’t work, it’s totally worth hitting up your dermatologist about spironolactone for at least a consultation. Who knows? This little hormonal acne pill could be the solution you’ve been waiting for.
Let us know if you’ve tried spironolactone in the comments below.
When we think of perfume, our mind wanders to the streets of Paris with Coco Chanel and her signature Chanel No.5… But before you get carried away, picturing yourself strutting down the Champs-Élysées, we’re here to tell you: you’ve got your location all wrong! The heart of fragrance is actually in the Middle East, more specifically in Ancient Egypt. Initially, fragrance wasn’t used to make you feel sexy or entice your crush, it was used for religious and sacrificial ceremonies, as a status of power and as a sign of wealth
The History Of Fragrance
The Ancient Egyptians have been making perfume as far back as 3,000 BC, and it was originally used by religious figures, who used certain scents to conceal the smell of dead sacrifices – gross we know! They also believed that burning incense brought them closer to the Gods, so to please the gods and to warn off the God of the Underworld, they would burn scent of sweet rush, wine, and juniper.
According to ancient legend, Cleopatra had the sails of her boat soaked in sweet smelling essential oils, so that Mark Antony would be overwhelmed by her scent before even laying eyes on her – girl knew how to play the game! If you’re looking for a sexy scent, check out these fragrances that turn men on ..All we’re saying is if one of the most iconic, seductive, and powerful women in history used fragrance to her advantage, it probably works.
When it comes to our eyeshadow game, it’s so easy to get stuck in the same routine; base, shade, and shimmer… Sound familiar? But this celeb-approved hack is so quick and easy and it’ll instantly update your beauty look with a pop of color and a little edge. It literally is just that; a pop of color in the indent of your eye, and then a relatively simple, sometimes even bare eye.
How to Get the Look:
Although the look is relatively simple to achieve, there are some key things that will help you nail the look:
The eyeshadow: Opt for a bright eyeshadow that’s super pigmented, so it really stands out. Prep the lid first with a flesh-colored concealer or eyeshadow primer to make the colorful hue as vibrant as possible. Keep the rest of your lid bare or opt for a simple eyeshadow in a complementary tone. LaRoc 120 colours are perfect and yellow is so on-trend right now.
The technique: Make sure you pack on the eyeshadow using a dense brush, then lightly press the shadow into the corner of your eye. This will help create a more intense pigment payoff. Also, don’t forget the lower lash line as this will bring the look together. To add some drama, finish with winged lined
What is beauty? Is it being 6 feet tall, skinny, curvy, different, the same, tanned, fair, natural? News flash: It’s all of those things, none of those things, and so much more. The Oxford Dictionary defines beauty as: “A combination of qualities, such as shape, color, or form, that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight.” Pretty vague, right? That’s because beauty itself is vague, everyone is beautiful for different reasons and there’s no one recipe for what makes a person beautiful.
It often feels that slowly, over time, women may have felt they needed to behave, look or dress in a certain way to be considered ‘beautiful’ by society. We’re conditioned to fulfill criteria that are continually portrayed by the media, that we didn’t actually create, so guess what? We’re not doing it! A number of celebrities have said ‘hell no’ to today’s ‘norm’ beauty standards and are fiercely taking back ownership of their bodies and frankly, we’re so here for it.
As one of the most straight-talking celebs out there, Chrissy Teigen tells it exactly like it is. The model and mother is fiercely unapologetic about her body, the trials of being a mother and life in the spotlight. Proving that body changes happen to us all, Teigen famously posted a picture of her stretch marks on Instagram with the caption “Whatevs.” We love when celebs are real.
Winnie Harlow is simply killing it. The model has spoken candidly about her vitiligo, a condition that affects the pigment of the skin. Not one to shy away from the limelight, Winnie is a trailblazer embracing her beauty in all its glory, dubbing her walk on the Victoria’s Secret runway, “Another step for representation.”
Everyone’s skin is unique, and it’s constantly changing and adapting to its surrounding environment. This is why it’s so important to know how you should be switching up your skincare, not only for the seasons but also according to your age. It isn’t about turning back time or trying to hide every wrinkle, mark, or texture, it’s about having happy, healthy skin. You can choose to do as much or as little as you feel comfortable with – everyone has a different idea of how they’d like to live in their skin, after all. So whether you want to do as little as possible and ensure your skin stays feeling its best, or you’d rather try treatments, we’re giving you the ultimate guide, so you can love the skin your in (it’s cliché, but it’s true!)
So, we brought in two world-renowned dermatologists to give us the low down: Dr. Jessica Wu, M.D, L.A. based dermatologist, founder of Jessica Wu Cosmeceuticals, and author of Feed Your Face: Younger, Smoother Skin and a Beautiful Body in 28 Delicious Days Dr Timm Golueke leading dermatologist and founder of the Dr. Golüke clinic in Munich, and patented plant-based skincare brand Royal Fern. These experts told us everything from what to avoid, the best ingredients, and exactly how you need to switch up your skincare routine for each decade…
3 Golden Skincare Rules for ALL Ages
1. Get to know your skin type: The first step to creating a bomb regime is: getting to know your skin types Understanding your skin type means you’ll be able to choose formulas that will feed your skin with compatible ingredients that can also correct and target your skin’s needs. This is especially important when it comes to buying a cleaners, toners, and moisturizing – the three skincare fundamentals that you should use each morning and night, no matter how old you are.
2. Learn how to layer: Knowing how to layer your skincare is a complete game changer; if you don’t apply your products in the correct order they may not be properly absorbed. The general rule is to apply the lightest formulas first, gradually getting thicker.
3. Wear SPF daily: 90% of how your skin ages is directly related to sun exposure – so if you think about it, you’re responsible for that! If there’s one thing all dermatologists agree on, it’s that wearing sunscreen every day is essential if you want healthy skin. During the winter months, you can get away with using a moisturizer or BB cream containing SPF 20, but during the summer, you should wear a sunscreen with SPF 50 and a 5-star UVA rating every single day. Read our full SPF GUIDE HERE
Disney Princesses were basically our first ever #beautygoals, and Princess Jasmine, Ariel, and Belle all had one thing in common, huge doe-eyes – it’s a universal beauty ideal, even for cartoons! In fact, people with bigger eyes are actually perceived to be younger as well, so if you’re looking to take a few years off, these easy hacks will help. The great thing is; faking Bambi-like eyes is so achievable with the right makeup in strategic places. Here’re our ultimate eye makeup tips to make your eyes look bigger.
Highlighter doesn’t just give life to your cheekbones, it’s one of the best tricks for opening up your eyes too. Use it on your brow bone (which will lift your brow), on the inner corners of your eyes to open them up, and on the very center of the lid to make your eyes pop.
Brighten your waterline
Lining your lower waterline with a nude eyeliner is one of the easiest tricks in the beauty bible. You can use a white pencil liner for a dramatic difference, but we prefer a beige liner, which looks more natural and has the same effect.
We all know mascara makes a massive difference to our eyes, so imagine how bomb the right pair of false lashes can look. With false lashes, it’s crucial that you find the right style to flatter your eye shape: Depending on whether you have almond, round, hooded or deep-set eyes, each needs a different lash, otherwise, you run the risk of making your eyes look smaller.
Adding mascara to your lower lashes will also open up the eyes for a wide, doe-eyed look: For a softer look, you can use brown mascara, or even colored mascara if you like. Adding a little eyeliner to the outer corner of your lower lash line will also help to elongate your eyes. Stick to the outer third of your eye, and use a soft brown eyeshadow to smoke it out, which will make the eye look wider – harsh lines can make the eyes look smaller.
Define your crease
Whether you’re going for a natural look or a smokey eye, tailor your eyeshadow to the look and define your crease. If you’re doing a no-makeup-makeup look, you can use a light brown shade in the crease, which adds dimension to the eye. Slowly build up the eyeshadow with a soft fluffy brush, for a natural look (dark lids can make the eyes look smaller).
Winged eyeliner can also help create the illusion of bigger eyes. If you have smaller eyes it’s better to avoid heavy eyeliner on your upper lid, as this can make it look smaller. Instead, you can draw a very thin line above your lashes, tapering the eyeliner outwards from the last third of your lashes to create a subtle flick. Check out for more product
Sexy dewy makeup has to be THE look of the summer! The goal? Make it look like you spent two months in the Bahamas soaking in the sun, drinking coconut water, while you live your best, most healthy life – how else could you serve up that glow level?! The key to creating this look is keeping it simple and letting a few key products do all the hard work for you. If you’re wary of how long your look will last, don’t be, there’s no mixing oils and foundations here – just one swipe of N.Y.M.P.H. and you’ll lay down the ultimate makeup-gripping primer that will give you a glow for the gods. Here’s our ultimate guide to working that glow-up:
Step 1. Apply Complexion Perfection Pre-Makeup Base all over the face using your fingers. If you have oily skin, use the matte perfection primer to mattify and keep oil under control.
Step 2. Combine 1 pump of #FauxFilter Foundation with the same amount of N.Y.M.P.H on the back of your and mix together. Then apply all over your face using the Buff & Blend Brush.
Tip: Use stippling motions to get that flawless full coverage finish.
Step 3. Apply a lighter shade of Overachiever Concealer to brighten the under the eye area and blend it out with your damp Basic B Blending Sponge. Set the concealer by dipping your damp sponge into Easy Bake Loose Setting Powder then pat it onto your concealer. Dust off any excess powder with a fluffy brush.
Step 4. Complete the look by dipping a damp Basic B Blending Sponge into the creamy melted strobe shade of the 3D Highlighter Palette and bounce it all over the face to highlight & illuminate.what you we like
Huawei Honor Band 4 Smart Wristband Health Fitness Bracelet Tracker Amoled 0.95″ Touch Screen Heart Rate Monitor Search Phone
1). The Honor Band 4 supports 9 languages: Chinese, English, Russian, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese. When paring, the band language will synchronize with your phone’s default language in settings. If your phone language is not one of the 9 supported languages, the band will be in Chinese, the default one.
2). When synchronize the language, for Android phone, you only need to change the language; but for iOS phone, it’s necessary to change the language and the region.
3). Due to the different of unit, shotting camera, display monitor what you see the color of the item will more or less different from reality products.
4). The extra screen film and wrist strap are unbranded.
It’s no secret that creating and maintaining a good skincare regime takes A LOT of dedication. So there’s nothing worse than when despite your hard work, your skin isn’t bringing its A-game; it’s oily, it feels rough, or it’s prone to dry patches. If this sounds familiar, you could be making one of these common skincare mistakes. The good news is there’s often a quick and easy fix to address the skincare issue. We’re breaking down five signs your daily skincare routine isn’t working for you, so you can switch it up and make your skin feel happier.
Sign 1. Tight Skin
Cause: Over exfoliation or dehydrated skin Solution: Change your formulas and check your ingredients
If your skin feels tight, chances are your lipid barrier – the skin’s protective layer that protects it from dryness, sensitivity or irritation – has been compromised. This could be a result of using too many harsh ingredients like retinol, AHAs or BHAs or using formulas that strip the skin of its natural oils like soaps or foam cleansers. Check your products for ingredients like Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS, and SLES as well), as these can compromise the skin’s natural barrier. Tight skin can also be a result of overwashing your skin or washing your skin with water that’s too hot, which disrupts the lipid barrier that holds in moisture, so make sure you wash your skin with lukewarm water a maximum of twice a day.
Exfoliating can also make your skin feel tight and sensitive, which is why you should only exfoliate once or twice a week. However, if it’s currently feeling dry and tight, we’d recommend taking a break from exfoliating until it feels restored. To avoid over-exfoliating, examine your entire skincare regime including your toners, moisturizers, and serums, and look for AHAs, salicylic acid, and retinol. You shouldn’t use too many products that contain ingredients that naturally exfoliate or speed-up skin cell renewal. For example, if your daily toner contains glycolic acid, you should limit your exfoliation to once a week and ensure you don’t use the toner on the same day you exfoliate.
To restore tight skin, you need to rebuild the skin’s epidermis by following a gentle routine packed with hydrating formulas and active ingredients like hyaluronic acid and antioxidants. Make sure you’re double cleansing,first using an oil or balm as these will help lock in moisture, then follow with a gentle, water-based cleanser. Finish with a hydrating serum and moisturizer, and a facial oil you have one. Considering dry, tight skin is caused by a lack of moisture in the corneous layer, your number one aim is hydration.
Sign 2. Oily Skin
Cause: Hormonal fluctuation, weather change, skincare regime Solution: Change up your regime
The truth is oily skin can be a result of so many things; some are within your control and some are not. It can be down to genetics or it can be due to a hormone fluctuation (find out how including puberty, PMS, pregnancy or the impact of your birth control. If this is the case;
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However, oily skin can also be induced by an aggressive or incorrect skincare regimen. What a lot of people don’t realize is that oily skin is often a sign of dehydrated skin. While we understand this may seem counterintuitive, the fact is when your skin is lacking moisture it tries to compensate by producing even more oil. This is why it’s so important to moisturize regularly. A lightweight formula is ideal as it’ll penetrate your skin and hydrate at a deeper level without sitting on your skin and blocking your pores. Look for a gel or water-based moisturizer or serums that contain hyaluronic acid; it’s an intensely moisturizing molecule found naturally in your body and skin – it’s able to hold 1000 times its weight in water.