I bet most of you don’t know that the medical term for painful menstrual periods is dysmenorrhea. Well, neither did I. Like many girls and women, I just refer to those aches and pains as menstrual cramps. As dreadful as they are that all of us would rather not have to suffer such discomforts, some form of menstrual cramps is considered quite normal. That’s why if you search around the web, you can find many recommendations on how to ease such menstrual cramps. Today, I’m not going to discuss all of them. Instead, I’m just going to zoom in on 5 tips on how to ease menstrual cramps by turning up the heat on your tummy area.
While I don’t have dry skin, I do know how it feels to have one. At one stage, my cheeks were so dry and tight, I felt like they’d cracked when I smiled. It was awful. So when a reader by the name of Ann wrote in a comment recently that she is faced with increasingly dry skin and no face cream or moisturizer seems to help, I could empathize with her pain. But the question I found myself asking: is her issue a case of dry skin or dehyrated skin?
“In my own defense, I timed it perfectly!” Sherlock Holmes said that to Watson, after he’d thrown the latter’s wife, Mary, off a moving train. But Watson immediately lunged at Holmes and started throttling him thinking his friend had just killed his newly wedded wife. But the truth was, and those who had watched A Game Of Shadows know, Mary was saved in the nick of time for she would have been undoubtedly dead had she remained onboard. And that’s how I want you to think about today’s topic—that knowing the perfect timing for your beauty routines can make a difference to keeping your beauty alive.
Hello ladies! Here’s a question for you today: what is your next step when you’re done with cleansing your face and it is dripping with fresh water from the shower head or water tap? Do you wipe off the excess water immediately with a towel or a tissue paper, or do you leave your face to air dry naturally before you start on your next skincare regime?