I’ve always had dry lips off and on depending on the weather. Whenever this happened, I ran my tongue over my lips a few times or applied a generic lip balm, and kept it moving. A few months ago, I stumbled across...
The previous article covered How Rose Water Can Assist with Hair Loss Problems in Dubai. In addition to the hair, rosewater can also be used for a few common skin ailments. Rosewater is one of the best ingredients you can...
In case you’ve missed it, juice fasting is the practice of consuming fruit and vegetable juices. This is done to flush out toxins and other undesirable things from the system; a sort of reboot for your body. Juice fasting is...
I was diagnosed with vitamin D deficiency sometime last year. Colour me surprised! We live in a country that's sunny for most of the year and I don’t make much of an effort to stay out of the sun so...
The bamboo is a fast-growing plant native to Asia. It’s common in Asian cooking and is noted for its medicinal properties in traditional Chinese medicine. Other parts of the bamboo tree are also used in furniture making, handicrafts, etc. Bamboo...
Turmeric powder is a very familiar ingredient when it comes to cooking in our part of the world. Did you know it can also help with a few beauty problems such as acne and skin discolouration? Turmeric powder has a rich...
I covered argan oil in two previous articles:- How Argan Oil Can Help with Hair Loss Issues in Dubai How to Make Your Own Argan Oil Shampoo at Home. This article will look at how argan oil can be...
Traditional shampoos are usually composed of ingredients such as sulphates, which allows the shampoo to lather up. Other ingredients included could be isopropyl alcohol and propylene glycol among other things. Ordinarily, these ingredients tend to dehydrate the hair but in...
The lemon is a powerhouse fruit full of vitamin C. It is also a significant source of calcium, potassium and pectin with traces of iron and vitamin A. It’s a citrus fruit with the inner flesh divided into 8...
Taking care of your skin in Dubai isn’t optional considering all the elements working against you – sun, wind, sand, water, etc. Short-term consequences include dry and itchy skin and long-term consequences include damaged and leathery skin. I recently posted...