Researchers have revealed that consuming green tea can help combat food allergies.
While it's often tempting to share beauty tools and products with a loved one, experts say you might be putting your health at risk as a result.
A dermatologist advises everyone to lavishly apply the appropriate type of un-expired sunscreen on their exposed body parts even under gloomy skies, before setting outdoors each day. Stay indoors when the sun is at its peak as sand, concrete, wind and snow reflect light that increases sunburn risk.
“We recognise that the use of the words ‘fair’, ‘white’ and ‘light’ suggest a singular ideal of beauty that we don’t think is right, and we want to address this,” Sunny Jain, president of Unilever’s beauty and personal care division, said in a statement.
Anyone who says they are completely happy with the way they look are probably not being truthful. Some people hate their noses, others their thin lips or ears that they think stick out too much.
Here’s some expert advice on how to cope with acne breakouts and accelerated skin ageing caused by pandemic worries.
The harsh summer heat can spoil your skin. Don't forget to moisturise and keep yourself hydrated, say experts.
As you grow older, one of the best ways to take care of your skin is to focus on what you eat, rather than what you apply.
The technique relies on taking a sample of the patient's skin to produce new cells in the lab, and then combining them with the hydrogel material to produce the desired skin patch.