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6 quick tips to get right night cream

Night time is when one’s skin gets the maximum rest, repair and time to rejuvenate. So always remember to wash and deep cleanse your face before you apply your night time moisturiser for the best results. Some tips to keep in mind when deciding on a good night cream:   1.It doesn’t need to have the word ‘night’ to describe ...

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Kate Middleton uses a jar of Nutella as part of her skincare routine

Kate Middleton’s hair – we’ve all Googled it, because it’s luscious and amazing and why doesn’t our hair look like that? We may happen to know who her personal hair stylist is, but that’s old news. What we’re obsessed with now is the secret to her royally glowing skin. Like most out-of-our-league celeb beauty regimes, we assumed that the Duchess ...

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Simple hair and make-up hacks to look perfect on a date

1.Illuminate throughout your date using a highlighter. It is a quick way to make your face appear slimmer and takes away attention from the wider areas of your cheeks. 2.Maximise your eyelashes to create some elongated drama. Use an eyelash curler and top it up with 2-3 coats of voluminous mascara. To add an edgier look, opt for a dark ...

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Soda, pizza and salty food increase kid’s liver disease risk

People must absolutely control their kid’s junk food intake. Researchers have warned that children who regularly take fructose present in soda, sweetened beverages, pizza and salty food, biscuits and yogurt may be prone to liver disease. According to a study, led by researchers from Bambino Gesu Hospital in Italy, dietary fructose increases serum uric acid concentrations. Although NASH is a ...

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Celebrate Falgun with Rang Bangladesh

The season for romance, which brings renewed hopes of life, vitality and rejuvenation, is knocking at the door. The Bengali king of the season comes with the fragrance of colourful flowers. Each and every bangalee waits for the first day of Falgun (Pohela Falgun). They eagerly wait for colourful celebration amid festive mood. The festivity remains incomplete without new attires, ...

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Inappropriate things tourists do abroad without realising

It’s okay to take pictures if you ask permission first – but in Buddhist countries, don’t touch anyone on the head. We all try not to be brash tourists, of course, but even with the best will in the world, sometimes we can cause offense without meaning to. Here are some of the most common faux pas people unintentionally make ...

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98-year-old Tao world’s oldest Yoga teacher a poster child for health

HARTSDALE: Tao Porchon-Lynch, 98-year-old is the ‘World’s Oldest Yoga Teacher’ still teaches five classes a week. Not only that, she is a poster child for health and positivity in a world obsessed by wellness and longevity. The former model and Hollywood contract actress — who earned her title from Guinness World Records — still has a delicate, slender physique. Tao, ...

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Eye masks to improve overall eye contour

The skin around your eyes is the most delicate anywhere on your body, so it’s first to show signs of ageing and fatigue. Skin is 4 per cent thinner around eyes, compared to the denser skin on our face. Blood vessels are closer to the surface of the skin, there are very few oil glands, and there is less collagen ...

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Regular shower makes your skin ‘unhealthy’

Some scientists argue that regular showering disrupts the body’s delicate ecosystem and damages our microbiome: the rich community of bacteria residing in and on our bodies. One recent study found the Yanomami, one of the world’s most remote indigenous tribes living deep in the Venezuelan Amazon, hosts the most diverse constellation of microbes ever discovered in humans. They tribe do ...

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Urine test can tell what foods people take

A simple urine test can reveal whether you had steamed fish or a fat-riddled steak for dinner, and could one day end dietary dishonesty, according to a study published yesterday, reports AFP from Paris. The test may also boost the health of people suffering from diabetes, obesity or heart disease, the study said. Monitoring calories is notoriously difficult outside a ...

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