Tag Archives: Use

Chocolate Therapy: 6 Ways to Use Chocolate For Good Skin

Now that we have your attention, we should tell you today is International Chocolate Day! Since such an opportunity presents itself only once a year, we suggest you exploit it. (More: 10 cool things you can make with chocolate)  Chocolate says ‘indulgence’ like nothing else. It’s the perfect antidote to a… Read more »

8 Ways to Use Red Sandalwood for Glowing, Acne-Free & Beautiful Skin

Your skin goes through a rough time facing dirt and pollution daily. No matter how lucrative some beauty products may sound, natural ingredients and a home-made pack are still the best solutions. Ingredients like saffron, lemon, milk and sandalwood are known to be great for your skin. Although sandalwood (chandan) is popular as a beauty… Read more »

5 Kitchen Ingredients You Can Use to Make Your Skin Glow in Summers

Summers are known to be not-so-good for our skin. The blazing sun often leaves our skin tanned and may even cause dullness. You can try and hide from the sun but you can’t totally shun it. The good news is that you can get your glow back with the use of few… Read more »

Jojoba Oil Benefits: 7 Incredible Ways to Use it For Beautiful Skin and Hair

Jojoba oil is a great beauty ingredient. It is a natural oil extracted from the seed of the jojoba plant is is closest to the oil produced by the human skin called ‘sebum’ that helps protect and heal the skin from external toxins. It is the first defense barrier for the… Read more »

4 Kitchen Ingredients You Can Use to Protect Your Feet During Monsoons

The monsoon season brings with it beautiful weather, cool breeze and a joyful mood. But the change in weather can may not be too kind to your skin and can cause several beauty problems. Some monsoon woes that most of us may face are hair fall, oily skin, allergies and fungal infections. While you would do everything you can to… Read more »

Parent’s tobacco use influences teens’ smoking

Adolescents whose parents smoke are more likely to pick up the habit themselves,new research confirms. The effect was particularly strong if young people were exposed to a parent’s tobacco use before their teen years,Dr Stephen E Gilman of the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston and his colleagues found…. Read more »

Policy Changes Reduced Use of Certain Prescription Opioids: Study

TUESDAY, Aug. 1, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Tighter U.S. government restrictions on prescription painkillers containing hydrocodone led to reduced use of opioid medications such as Vicodin, a new study says. Between 2007 and 2014, more prescriptions were written in the United States for Vicodin (hydrocodone-acetaminophen) than for any other medication…. Read more »

U.S. Scientists Use CRISPR to Fix Genetic Disease in Human Embryos For the First Time

Scientists have successfully used CRISPR, a tool that cuts DNA with more precision than any other genome editing technology, to fix a genetic defect in human embryos that can cause serious heart problems, according to a landmark new study in the journal Nature. This is the first use of CRISPR on human embryos… Read more »

How to Use Honey for Hair: The Nutrient Packed Ingredient to Treat Dullness

In today’s fast pace, in order to be at the top of the ladder, we often tend to ignore our health and wellness. Pollution levels are only getting worse every year, especially in metropolitan cities like Delhi, where we recently experienced one of the densest smogs(fog combined with smoke) ever! Our hair needs… Read more »