So what has sunscreen got to do with gel manicures? Well, apparently a lot, going by the recent news release issued by the Skin Cancer Foundation. Because of the fear that ultraviolet (UV) radiation-emitting devices are carcinogenic to humans, the Foundation is recommending those who go for gel manicures to apply sunscreen to their hands prior to the treatment as UV-emitting nail lamps are oft-used to seal the gel polish to the nail.
Have you got a case of too much oil on your face? Or too much oil on your hair? Maybe both? I’ve got quite an overdose of oil on my head and already, I’m frustrated. So I can imagine how much of a bummer it is to deal with having both oily face and oily hair. Not only is it affecting how you look, it can affect how you feel. I mean, shiny skin, smeared makeup, hair that is stuck to your forehead half the time. Definitely. Not. Appealing. In fact, you may also be combating with blackheads, enlarged pores, pimples, sallow skin tone, clogged follicles and not forgetting, hair loss. Too much oil is definitely not a good thing.
Remember my entry, 10 things to know what vitamin C can do for your skin? It’s now one of my favorite posts and I believe some of you’d enjoyed reading it, as much as I’d enjoyed writing it. So you know what? I like it so much, I had it translated into infographics. What’s infographics? Well, it’s information graphics for short or graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge to present complex information quickly and clearly. My entry about vitamin C is now made visually appealing and easier to understand at a glance! Woo hoo!
Are puffy eyes cute? Not to me. They can make a woman look older or tired. So what’s the reason for getting them? I think it’s common knowledge that drinking too much water in the night before bedtime causes your eyes to look puffy in the morning. And I’m sure you already know that crying causes puffiness too. But if you haven’t been doing either and yet your eyes look unusually puffy, there could be other reasons.