Did you sleep during a beach tanning session again? Or, just played too much under the sun? No matter the case, those scratchy, stingy burns must be a real pain in the neck - literally and figuratively speaking. Popping an Advil or two may ease the pain momentarily, but that surely wouldn't be enough to chase those flaming spots away. Luckily, your tropical beach paradise may just have the help you need – go loco over coco! Learn how you can use coconut oil for sunburn and say ta-ta to painful summer memories!
Tinea versicolor is not a dangerous disease, but it is extremely irritating and upsetting for those who have it. Whether you choose the medical route or a tinea versicolor natural treatment, it can be very frustrating, with many people complaining that what they are doing is not working.
There seem to be two stages to dealing with this: first, treat the current infection, and second, prevent it recurring.
We’ve had a more detailed discussion about this in our article called How to boost a tinea versicolor diet for remarkable results.
How often have you read posts and just got irritated by half-truths about topics? May I have a little rant? There are multiple benefits if I choose flaxseed oil for skin health. So why don’t we stick with what it does so well and not try to make a whole lot of unsubstantiated and downright fake claims about what is not good at?
Is sesame oil good for hair? The answer is yes. But that could be the answer if you asked the same question about avocado, olive, castor, rosemary, jojoba or peppermint oils – and just about all the other oils out there.
My question is, "What’s special about sesame oil for hair?" What makes it different? What gives me a good reason to choose it above all the others? The answers that I found made me decide to add a good quality sesame oil to my shopping list.
Have you been suffering from bad breath or pain in your tonsil area recently? The cause could be undetected tonsil stones! If this is the case, you'd probably like to know how to remove tonsil stones you can't see. While they are uncomfortable and cause a host of symptoms, they are also easy to remove if you know what to do.
Whether or not you have heard of tonsil stones, this article aims to help you understand the condition, its causes and symptoms. It will also offer advice on how to remove the tonsil stones and how to prevent tonsil stones from coming back.
If you're like me and didn’t know much about using shea butter for hair, you're in for a surprise. Shea butter is a unique product and one that all of us should perhaps keep in the house! It certainly is the solution to many hair problems.
So, whether your hair is long or short, curly, kinky or straight, oily or dry, Afro, Indian or Caucasian - read on to see what the benefit is for you.
Acne! Every teenager’s nightmare. And, if you’re unlucky, it can remain a nightmare, even when you are older. There is even a form of baby acne! If you’re dealing with breakouts, acne and pimples, or you’re wondering how to get rid of acne scars, then maybe you should consider castor oil for acne treatment.
So, your honeymoon happened a month ago, and now your menstrual period is delayed. In contrast, you had been trying to get pregnant for the longest time, and you feel you might be pregnant now. What will be your next step to confirm if you are indeed pregnant? Have you ever heard of the bleach pregnancy test?
Most women who suspect they are pregnant will automatically grab an over-the-counter (OTC) early pregnancy test. Then, wait for the double line results in a pregnancy strip. Why not use a common household item that is used to fight against germs and makes clothes whiter, such as bleach?
People often wonder how to get tan fast and to look as if they just came from the beach or some sun-kissed holiday! But what I hate most about getting tans is having to be exposed to the sun and the uneven tan lines that sometimes come with the tan. Fortunately, I have found some easy and efficient ways of getting a tan that work, whether you're in a sunny area or even during the winter!
The hot weather's approaching, and you know what that means! While you'll be experiencing fun beach trips and adventures, there will be times the heat rashes come about, especially when it gets too hot. These rashes cause little bumps around your body, and it can look and feel irritating. Fortunately, there are ways on how to get rid of heat bumps. But how do you remove them besides the usual creams? And what can you do to get rid of it forever?