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How to Exfoliate Your Face

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How to Exfoliate Your Face

By exfoliating your face, you’ll remove the surface layer of dead skin cells that make it look dull, old and unattractive. This exercise will also reduce the risk of getting breakouts that usually happen when the skin mixes with oil and bacteria. In addition, it’ll allow skin preparations, including mask products and moisturizers, to penetrate…

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How to Ensure My Dental Hygiene?

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How to Ensure My Dental Hygiene?

With the over indulgence of the festive season now behind us, the early months of the year is the time to reflect on the state of our physical and mental well-being. One aspect many tend to focus upon is their personal dental hygiene. Hands up, how often do you visit the local dentist practise? Do…

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Wellness Tips for the Holiday Season

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Wellness Tips for the Holiday Season

Baby it’s cold outside and that is because it’s winter. Bundling up this time of year, it is extra important to keep yourself safe and healthy. More people catch the flu this time of year, and get rundown with stress and anxiety, than any other time of year. Avoid the dark pits of the holiday…

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Top 5 New Year’s Resolution Trends

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Top 5 New Year's Resolution Trends

There are certain things that you may have heard about from your doctor and dentist that keep you in the loop of what is considered healthy. Whether it’s brushing your teeth regularly or drinking more water throughout the day, you know what to do to be healthy. What about the other aspects of protecting your…

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Top Tips For Growing Healthy Hair

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Top Tips For Growing Healthy Hair

Have you recently noticed that your hair isn’t quite as healthy as you’d like it to be? There are a number of signs that you can look out for to see whether your hair is in poor condition, such as: –          Dry hair –          Frizzy hair –          Greasy hair –          Hair that’s prone to breakage…

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Simple Tips To Improve The Health Of Your Teeth

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Simple Tips To Improve The Health Of Your Teeth

If you brush your teeth twice a day you probably think you are doing a good job of looking after your teeth right? You are actually doing the bare minimum when it comes to oral health. Studies show brushing while brushing our teeth twice a day is important, you need to be doing other things…

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The Benefits of an Electric Toothbrush

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The Benefits of an Electric Toothbrush

The toothbrush remains your primary tool in the fight against tooth decay and gum disease. As the case with any tool, the better your toothbrush works, the easier it becomes to take care of your oral health. In recent years, electric toothbrushes have become more advanced, and now offer a major advantage when it comes…

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You Don’t Have To Be A Makeup Artist To Put On Eye Makeup

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You Don't Have To Be A Makeup Artist To Put On Eye Makeup

Most women come across this problem each and every day. You apply your eye makeup every morning, but you can’t seem to get it right. Whether it’s crooked, too heavy or badly blended…there are so many things that can go wrong just from the stroke of a brush! We all know that eyes are one…

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5 Habits for a Dazzling Smile

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5 Habits for a Dazzling Smile

A healthy, dazzling smile does not just occur naturally. To create and maintain a radiant smile, you need to care for your oral health to prevent the enamel from breaking down as well as prevent stains from accumulating. The first habit you must adopt is to brush and floss regularly. Brush at least twice a…

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Electric Toothbrushes Versus Manual?

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Electric Toothbrushes Versus Manual?

Electric toothbrushes versus manual?   So you’ve been told about how important it is to brush your teeth regularly from an early age. Brushing your teeth kills bacteria which is the main cause of plague, which in turn leads to cavities and gum disease. This is unquestionable common knowledge, there is however some debate about…

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