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Lighter Underarms In Less Than 3 Weeks by Rubina Guleria, Cosmetology Expert

Lighter Underarms In Less Than 3 Weeks by Rubina Guleria, Cosmetology Expert

Summer is the time for slinky tops, iced drinks and dark underarms on full display. The underarm area gets dark because of a number of reasons. The most predominant of these are: Harsh chemicals: Chemicals present in our deodorant act by blocking the sweat glands. Some of these can be harsh to the skin and while these won’t cause any upfront irritation or reaction, they can cause darkening. Epilatory creams are notorious for causing darkening of the underarm area. It’s worth noting that…

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Slaying Adult Acne by Rubina Guleria, Cosmetology Expert

Slaying Adult Acne by Rubina Guleria, Cosmetology Expert

Acne can continue into adulthood. It’s a possibility for many. It’s a reality for some. Sufferers often refer to it as the devil that just won’t get off their back despite best efforts of threats interspersed with cajoling. And if one or the other does seem to work and has you breathing easy for some time, it returns with as much vengeance if not more. The emotional burden of acne is repressive as it’s often seen as a problem of hygiene.

Healthy Skin Via The Kitchen Garden by Rubina Guleria, Cosmetology Expert

Healthy Skin Via The Kitchen Garden by Rubina Guleria, Cosmetology Expert

Herbal beauty products and aids are made from the extracts of plant roots, stems, flowers, leaves, bark or other parts. These extracts are thought to be completely free of chemicals. However, that is not entirely true as some of these extracts might have some chemicals used as preservatives or even fragrance. Furthermore, there might be trace pesticides that have been used during cultivation. With growing awareness of the harmful effects of chemicals, a lot of herbal products now come certified to…

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PCOS: Skin and Hair Care by Rubina Guleria, Cosmetology Expert

PCOS: Skin and Hair Care by Rubina Guleria, Cosmetology Expert

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) presents itself with frustrating skin and hair care issues. Since it manifests differently in different people, it’s hard to treat accurately and maintain protocol as it changes with hormonal fluctuation, diet and allopathic intervention. Given its multi-faceted character, a good treatment routine consists of nutrition counselling with diet changes and disciplined skin and hair care.

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