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Eating For Healthy Skin

What you put on your skin is just one aspect of skin care. The saying 'you are what you eat' is so important for our general health. Now, the type of food we consume makes a huge difference on our skin. It is time to make some dietary changes. Are you ready? Here goes. Vitamin-C Rich Foods A lot of fruits, especially the colourful ones - oranges, strawberries, kiwis, guavas, etc - are rich in Vitamin C. Likewise vegetables including spinach, broccoli, parsley are very rich in Vitamin C. Including these in your diet would not brighten just your skin but improve your overall health. If you have trouble consuming these, make it interesting by consuming them as smoothies. Salads...

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Treating Dark Spots on Black Skin

Dark spots on black skin usually occurs on the face, neck and sometimes chest areas. Most often, they come about as a result of an inflammation of the skin or from popping pimples or acne which leaves a scar. Others experience this due to hyper-pigmentation. Generally, dark spots are difficult to treat but they are still treatable. Here are some tips on how to treat them.

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Dehydrated vrs Dry Skin

Often times we tend to confuse dehydrated skin with dry skin and vice versa. This is expected due to how similar they are. However, there are some major differences between the two. Whilst there's a deficit of water in dehydrated skin, dry skin lacks natural oils or what is referred to as sebum. Another major difference between the two is that whilst dehydrated skin in a skin condition, dry skin is a skin type. Hopefully, this clears up the confusion between the two. Now that we've established the main differences between the two, let's further dive into some differences. Dehydrated Skin Having dehydrated skin is your body's way of telling you to drink more water. You're probably losing a lot...

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Home remedies for the perfect glow

Using coconut oil works like magic on your skin. It has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and healing properties which soothes the skin. It can be used as a daily moisturizer or to take off makeup. 

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Dealing with hormonal acne

Pay close attention to what you eat during this period. Fruits, vegetables, nuts and fish are perfect things to eat. Coconut oil, avocado, dark chocolate and  carrots are also perfect. Eliminate sugary foods completely

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