In pregnancy a woman goes through many emotional and physical changes, and following a self-care routine will help you take the best care of your skin during and after pregnancy.
Holi is around the corner and is the festival of fun and frolic with friends and family. So, don't let the fear of hair damage keep you away from the festive revelry. Just follow these little tips and enjoy the festival full of colours.
According to experts, the consequences of emotional tension can play out physically as well as psychologically. To avoid stress affecting your skin negatively, here’s what you can do about it.
While vigorous hand-washing and using harsh sanitisers are both vital in reducing the spread of the virus, they can have an adverse effect on the skin, leaving hands feeling dry, cracked and sore.
Stressors can manifest in your skin, triggering or worsening a wide range of conditions such as acne, psoriasis, eczema and even hair thinning.
With adolescence comes a sense of newfound freedom and a desire to experiment and learn. Teenage years are also a time for bodily changes, acne breakouts, and fun with makeup.
From applying hand cream to wearing gloves, there are a host of things you can do to protect your hands from drying up, according to dermatologists.
From which material to use to putting ointment on the sensitive areas of your face, here are all the ways you can care for your skin while wearing a mask.
If there was ever a time for self-care, it’s now. This guide will teach you all about the techniques and the tools to use when giving yourself an effective facial massage.