Tips to beautiful skin & hair

Fraught with split ends and brittleness? Drink water!

Drinking enough water may not directly make your hair grow faster, but it will save you from split ends, brittle hair and extra trimming.

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Make way for shinier hair with omega-3 fatty acids

Fish oil capsules contain omega-3 fatty acids, which are known to coat and lubricate the hair, making it shiny and healthy.

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Avoid getting "crow's feet" by wearing sunglasses

Wear sunglasses to prevent the formation of crow's feet around your eyes. It offers a layer of protection to the skin in that area.

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Pave your way to healthier skin with green veggies!

Include lots of green- leafy vegetables in your diet as well as a healthy balance of fruit, grains and food containing omega 3s to help maintain skin at its healthiest.

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Moisturise your skin effectively to liven it up

Moisturizers for dry skin are especially important. Layer moisturizer also keeps you from looking tired

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Exfoliate your way to softer, smoother skin

One of the best ways to get smooth skin is through exfoliation. It gets rid of dead cells in the outer layer of your skin and makes it appear softer and smoother.

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Reap the multiple benefits of laser for skin and hair

Lasers are on the cutting edge of beauty technology. They can be used to remove hair, boost collagen, diminish lines and even-out skin tone.

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Get your dose of daily skin hydration from fruits

Hydrated skin looks radiant. Drink as much water as you can, and eat hydrating foods such as watermelon, cucumber, and tomatoes

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Dry your hair before you use heat styling products

When you apply a heating tool on damp or wet hair, the steam that it creates is very hot, and leads to serious damage to your hair. Do not use a flat or curling iron on wet hair and be sure that you completely dry your hair before grabbing that heating tool.

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Let your skin products take their sweet time!

Skincare products take some time to show the desired results. You won’t see any difference if you change your products every second week. However, you should immediately stop using a product if your skin reacts with redness, pain or swelling.

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