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Top 6 Tips to Maintain Nourish Hair in Dry and Humid Weather

Every season comes with a change of weather conditions that require a change in method to maintain nourish hair. Just like during summer where the heat becomes more intense, and direct exposure to the heat of the sun can cause damage on hair such as dry, dull, and frizzy hair. The summer season also causes higher humidity in which air holds more moisture and dry hair attracts the water vapour in the air. The extra moisture in hair makes it heavy for the strands that result in hair loses volume, and if you have thick hair, it can cause your strand to expand which eventually turns to uncontrollable frizzy hair. I always consider maintaining a proper hair care routine for...

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6 Best Exfoliation Methods You Should Try at Home

Our skin is repairing itself regularly and leaves layers of dead skin which makes our face look dull. It also affects the absorption of essential nutrients to the skin and blocks the sweat glands that cause other skin problems like acne, whiteheads, and blackheads. This is the reason why we need to exfoliate the skin to reveal healthier and brighter skin. Exfoliating is the process of removing dead skin cells from the surface of the skin by using an exfoliant. Though some manufactured exfoliants contain ingredients that may cause harm in some ways to your skin and our environment. So, I always prefer to exfoliate my skin using natural ingredients that can just be found in a kitchen and use...

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10 Easy Ways to Get in Shape for Summer

Who doesn't like a fit body? In an era where getting fit is as easy as working on a computer, how does one make conscious and healthy choices? I mean by undergoing the knife - working out and eating healthy is like always still-very-much a decision you must make everyday. 

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The Surprising Benefits of White Tea You Didn’t Know About

I like my tea more than my coffee, well, on most days. Recently, I started drinking white tea. Yes, it has been a recent addition in my many different types of teas. Most of us are more familiar with Black tea, or even green tea. Last summer, I did a great deal of research on Oolong, Matcha and Pu-erh. Traditionally, white tea is a Chinese tea that has more health benefits than any other tea found. How you must wonder? White tea is the most minimally processed and therefore can deliver more antioxidants to our body. The process is simple, after harvestation, tea is left to wither in direct sunlight. Therefore, compared to all other teas, white tea is more...

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