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  1. There is no one foundation that works for all skin types. It is really important to choose a foundation according to your skin type- whether that’s oily, dry or combination. If your skin type is dry then you should use a hydrating or creamy foundation that can moisturise your skin as well provide a full coverage. If your skin is sensitive and prone to acne breakouts you should use an oil free foundation that doesn’t irritate your skin. This can be one with a stick formula, powder formula, serum formula etc. It will be even better if the foundation is lightweight too. In order to find your perfect foundation its best to visit a store and ask for foundations according to your skin specification. You can try a few and then settle on what works best for your skin type and provides the kind of coverage you want. Hope this helps!
  2. Anyone with an oily skin should go for a hydrating, lightweight, and non comedogenic moisturiser that keeps their face feeling fresh and hydrated. The formula of the moisturiser should not be very creamy and it will be great if it is gel based, so that it locks in your skin’s moisture and keeps it from itching. Moisturisers with no or almost no fragrance are best as they are the most gentle on an oily skin , which is prone to acne and acne scarring. Also look for moisturisers with as many natural products as possible such as green tea extract, lemon, aloe vera, watermelon, or ingredients such as collagen in them. In a nutshell you should look for a preferably fragrance free, gel based, non- creamy moisturiser which has a higher concentration of natural ingredients. Again, everyone's skin can react differently to various products so it's always better to try a new moisturiser for a while. Most of the times, finding a correct moisturiser or other skincare product for sensitive skin can take a lot of trial and elimination. Hope this helps!
  3. There are lots of natural remedies for all your dandruff and oily scalp woes. - Tea tree oil- Add a few drops of tea tree oil to your shampoo or use a natural shampoo with tea tree essence; tea tree oil has antimicrobial prorates which help reduce dandruff. Repeat every time you wash your hair. - Lemon-yogurt hair mask- Mix two spoonfuls of yogurt with one spoonful of lemon juice and and apply the mask to your scapulas. Leave on scalp for 30-35 mins and then wash with a mild shampoo and warm water. Repeat once or twice a week. - Lemon-honey mask- Mix lemon and honey in the ratio of 1:3 respectively. Leave the mask on scalp for around 30 mins and then rinse with warm water and a mild shampoo. Repeat twice a week. - Yogurt- incase you don't have time for elaborate masks you can even apply plain yogurt to your scalp. Leave for around 30 mins and then rinse with warm water and a mild shampoo. - Warm Oil- Try heating oil for a bit and applying it to your hair. Use coconut oil preferably. Leave it on your hair for an hour and a half and then washing with a mid shampoo. Oil however, can reduce or increase dandruff in different hair types and thus should be first tried once or twice. - Visit a dermatologist- if nothing works its always good to visit a dermatologist in addition to using home remedies. They will suggest you god anti- dandruff shampoos. Hope this answered everyone's questions!!
  4. As we head into November, most of us feel pressured because of work at home, at work, and in school before the holidays kick in. This time however, definitely does not have to be stressful. Space out all the work you have to get done and stick to your deadlines. This will ensure you balance work and personal life. Utilise your free time to spend time with friends and family. Use your downtime to cuddle up on a couch and read, watch movies, or indulge in a good cup of coffee or tea. And definitely eat and sleep on time to stay healthy. Hope this helps everyone feeling stressed out there.
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