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Posted in beauty on March 17, 2008 by kattwinson

For every women and men, looking good is very important because the way you look tells almost all about your personality. Some has natural beauty and some make them look beautiful and looking your best everyday can be a complex task. Though, to look beautiful everyday all you have to do is to take proper care of yourself and adopt some beauty care tips. The first thing when the people see is your skin, hence keeping skin healthy and young is very essential. It can be said that skin is the basic thing to take care when it comes to beauty care. Knowing how to maintain your skin is the foremost step to keep it looking healthy, blemish free and young.
Maintaining a balance between dry and oily is what, largely will keep your skin looking attractive. Just have to follow simple beauty care tips. Woman’s who carry make up must take extra care while washing their face both in the evening and in the morning as cleansing the skin is very vital for the skin. There are various creams obtainable in the markets that are very effective plus some home ingredients also helps in cleaning the skin.



In addition to skin another thing which should be taken care of are the hair, bad hair day can really affect your work. So you must wash your hair almost every second day and if you have oily hair than you should wash them everyday to rinse out the oil and dust from the hair making them look shining and healthy. Apart washing, some natural ingredients like henna, eggs, lemon juice and some more ingredients can also be used to take care of your delicate and beautiful strands.



Along this, eye beauty care is also very important as frequent rubbing of fatigue eyes and skin can cause eye bags an over dryness and improper eye care will give birth to crows feet and wrinkles. To prevent this, do padding exercises which will strengthen the eye area plus improving the circulation around the eye area. Using cucumbers slices and placing the slices one each eye and leave it for around 15 minutes will soothe your eyes or apply a light weight eye gel around the eyes.

When it comes to body odor don’t ignore it as this also comes under the beauty care, the way you smell reflects your personality, and above all if you yourself will feel good if you will not sweat much and smell good. However, if you have much sweat problem and it smells bad, than don’t worry just simply add few drops of lemon, or after shave lotion in your bathing water. The nails as well should be clean and germs free, as your hands and feet are the first thing that a person notices in you. Make a schedule to go for pedicure and manicure as often as possible.

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And last but not the least be careful with your clothing, to look good you don’t have to be stylish or trendy, just make sure that the clothes you wear should be absolutely clean and ironed.



Posted in foot's care on March 16, 2008 by kattwinson


So often we take our feet for granted as they carry us around each and every day. We pamper our hair and faces but tend not to give our feet a second thought. Until the time arrives when we get a remainder in the form of aching arches or even a more serous foot condition. Taking care of our feet with a regular pedicure will add more than pep to your step; it will also keep some of those unhealthy foot conditions at bay.


Pretty and well cared for feet is more than a delight to the eye. A pedicure can be a wonderful form of pampering; it can lift your spirits and soothe your feet at the same time. Whether you choose a full spa pedicure or opt for an at-home treatment your feet will thank you for it!


The pedicure: Ultimate pampering at home or at the spa1. At home or at the spa start with a comfortable place to sit. A footbath or large bowl filled with warm water and perhaps therapeutic mineral salts. As you soak your feet for 10 minutes or so, listen to music, read a book or just relax and enjoy the sensation of the water.2. Remove feet from the water and dry with a soft clean towel. Clip and file the toenails carefully and clean gently around cuticles. Rinse feet and gently pat dry.

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3. While the feet are still moist apply a foot scrub to remove any hard skin or calluses from the areas around the heels especially. A pumice stone may also be used at this point. Rinse the feet in the warm water. Wipe feet dry paying special attention to the areas between the toes.


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4. Apply a good moisturizer or lotion to the feet and ankle area. Steady massaging stokes will give you a relaxing and therapeutic foot treatment. Allow the lotion or cream moisturizer to soak into the skin.5. Leave toes nails natural or apply the latest nail polish.Foot Notes: Schedule your spa pedicure in advance. Many spas and salons take walk-in customers; however, you’ll have less stress and far less chance of a long wait if you make an appointment in advance. Bring a pair of sandals with fully open toes. Allow a full hour for your pedicure. You may be done in 30-40 minutes; however, you don’t want to rush it and you’ll want to make sure your toe nail polish is completely dry before leaving. Bear in mind that you may be sitting in an open area with your feet elevated. For your own comfort plan what you wear accordingly


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manicure a best treatment

Posted in hand's care on March 16, 2008 by kattwinson


A manicure is classified under cosmetics, a beauty procedure or treatment for finger and toe nails. Hygiene practices are usually limited to the regular trimming of the nails. Manicure, however, attempts to beautify and treat the fingernails to be more presentable. This has been practiced in ancient India and China. In ancient times, they use henna or plant dyes to color the nails. Nowadays, treatment applications are made up of a mixture of various solvents and oil bases.



The usual process includes trimming the fingernails, using a filer to shape the nail, painting the fingernail and eventually applying polish to make them appear glossy.


ost manicure treatment is followed by a paraffin treatment, a beauty process that relaxes and softens hands and fingernails by dipping them into a paraffin wax basin, washing the hands with a cool solution and end the treatment with a dab of a lotion. The latest trends in fingernail treatment include the application of special acrylics or other artificial gels. Intricate designs using imitation jewels and other similar materials are also applied on the nails.


Today, there are an assortment of manicuring products and tools. There have been cases, however, of bacterial infection on the flesh along the sides of the fingernails and even on the fingernail itself. This bacterial infection can be caused by the wounding of the skin by a manicuring tool. Aside from this, an allergy is the most possible reason for an infection to appear.


Because of this, artificial nails had its share of popularity. Artificial nails are more of an extension of the real fingernail. Its purpose is similar to that of hair extensions that aims to enhance the look of the hair. The artificial nail is made of plastic and is pasted atop the natural nail. Acrylic and other paints can then be readily applied on the nail as if the fingernails were under manicure.



saunas and steam baths

Posted in body massages on March 16, 2008 by kattwinson

Steam baths can also be superior to body wraps in the treatment of cellulite due to much shorter time required to raise tissue temperature (1 hour in body wrap = 10 minute steam bath). Electric steam boilers are ideal for steam baths.

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They increase the supply of oxygen to cells and tissues, increase the number of white blood cells, and improve blood circulation and immune system and nutrient supply.


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SteamThis type of bathing contributes to a brighter, healthier outlook on life, improves blood circulation and metabolism, and provides a safe haven from mental and physical stress. Steam heat increases the extensibility of tissues. Steam heat enhances total lymph system cleansing. Steam heat has been recently used in therapies against cancer and infectious diseases. Steam effectively washes toxins from the surface of the skin as you sweat. Steam penetrates your entire body and eases tired muscles from head to toe. Steam bathing is very dehydrating, so make sure you drink up. Steam soothes breathing passages by increasing the moisture content in the lungs, throat and nose. Steam baths are one of the oldest healing remedies in the world; they have been used for centuries to promote health and vitality. Steam detoxification is one of the most effective treatments for ridding your body of pollutants and toxins.


The benefits of steam bathing have been recognized for thousands of years. Many people come and bathe in the waters and take the steam. Anyone suffering from the discomfort of asthma or the common cold can find relief by spending time in a steam bath. It simply provides relief from the symptoms, but this is enough for most sufferers to return to the steam bath repeatedly. Dermatologists recognize the value of steam in creating a beautiful, healthy glow. In addition, a steam bath improves blood circulation to the skin and this contributes to a healthy, glowing appearance. A steam bath after a physical workout is a good way to speed up the healing process of injured tissues and muscles.


You will find that a steam bath before bed is a great way to promote deep restful sleep. You emerge from the steam bath feeling relaxed and calm. The steam heats the body, while cleansing the skin and respiratory passages. These steam baths are also particularly good for sufferers of arthritis and lung diseases. In general, this steam has a relaxing effect on both body and soul.


People have indulged in steam baths for centuries, as the practice spread across and among continents. Today, steam baths are considered an integral method for purifying and detoxifying the skin and body, increasing circulation, stimulating the immune system and encouraging complete physical and mental well-being. These steam baths are also particularly good for sufferers of arthritis and lung diseases. A wide variety of manufacturers, distributors and service companies are featured in our extensive vertical directory to allow ease sourcing and research for steam.


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athlete’s foots remedy

Posted in foot's care on March 13, 2008 by kattwinson

As any runner will tell you, it is not easy to cure athlete’s foot. This is because athletes have to keep their shoes on for a long while, and have to go for a long while sweating and puffing. Washing or laundering shoes is almost always out of the question, and buying more shoes can tax heavily on budgets. Athlete’s foot, moreover, affects even non-athletes.So how can you cure athlete’s foot?In order to know how to properly deal with and eventually cure athlete’s foot, you only need to know that it is caused by a fungus. In general, fungi like moist environments, with lots of warmth. If you keep your feet dry and cool it off after every use of your shoes, then you might be able to cure athlete’s foot. You can also try to avoid wearing closed shoes. Try using open-toed sandals, or open-heeled and open-toed shoes to allow your feet to breathe.When washing your feet, dry them off immediately as soon as you finish. Dry the spaces in between the toes so that you can keep the moisture out of your feet. As you wait for your feet to dry, you can also apply the hair dryer to your shoes in order to dry the soles out completely.



Always change your socks. As you deal with athlete’s foot, make it a habit to spray your shoes and socks with antifungal spray. For severe cases of athlete’s foot, wash your sheets, beddings, and clothes thoroughly, and spray your kitchen, bathroom, and general flooring with antifungal spray to keep from infecting other people near you.These are only a few ways to cure athlete’s foot. You will only need to get more creams and powders to keep the fungus at bay. Soon, you will have better smelling and healthy feet!



fashion cars

Posted in fashions on March 13, 2008 by kattwinson


Maybe outsourcing and time-shares aren’t so bad after all. Outsourced living is a lifestyle of convenience, and for the terminally time-strapped, it is a necessity. In the context of luxury and exotic cars, time-sharing is a very attractive alternative to ownership. For years, aircraft, property and yachts have been hot items for time-sharing; it’s only logical that automobiles would catch on as well. Actually, it’s curious that this concept hasn’t become popular much sooner.



A number of luxury car clubs in major cities are making up for lost time. Most function as members-only organizations, while one takes the next step and offers fractional ownership. Members can reserve cars for anniversaries, birthdays, and celebrating promotions or just for smart consumerism. Even if you own a high-end car outright and are not making payments, yearly maintenance, repairs, insurance, storage, and depreciation figures can easily enter five-figure territory. Considering the amount of time most owners spend driving these cars, it isn’t always a great return on your investment.


Here’s an overview of some of the leaders in the luxury car club sector. Unlike golf or health club memberships, a luxury car club membership is one you’ll actually use.