What you keep on hand at home is truly a personal choice. Much of the time it will depend on whether or not you’re single, married, have children. Your you may have someone at home with special dietary needs, such as a diebetic. This article focuses on basics and healthy options that will fit any lifestyle. We will also take a look at the pantry, refrigerator and freezer items that truly will help you throw together a meal even when you think you don’t have anything to eat in the house.
What essential vitamins should I have and how much during my pregnancy?
• Vitamin A (no more than 3000mcg daily)
• Folic acid (400-800mcg daily)
• Vitamin B2 Riboflavin (1.4mg daily)
• Vitamin B6 pyridoxine 9 (1.2mg daily)
• Vitamin B12 (1.5 mcg)
• Vitamin C ascorbic acid (50mg)
• Vitamin D (5micro grams)
• Vitamin E (4-5mg daily)
• Calcium (700mg daily)
• Iron (14.8mg daily)
• Zinc (7mg daily)
• Iodine (140mcg daily)
• Selenium (60mcg daily)
As an Aesthetician of 15 years, the most common question I get is how to properly remove blackheads. Most people who have oily, normal or combination skin get blackheads, which are usually found on the face around the “T-zone” area. Basically, blackheads are dead skin cells, pollution, make-up, dirt and oils that have clogged up a skin pore. You will notice that they can be fairly raised and black. Over time, blackheads can become infected, which can be very painful. For the best way to remove blackheads gently without breaking the skin’s surface, read on. Always consult with your dermatologist or aesthetician if you are considering removing any lesions, spots or abrasions on the skin.
Glowing skin is hot, but shiny is not. An excess of oil is usually the cause of a shiny complexion, which can be worse in the summer (when you tend to sweat more). Fortunately, you don’t have to settle for a complexion that makes you feel less than beautiful. With the warm summer months just around the corner, act now to give your skin a fresh, new look.
While the precise reason behind wearing white between Memorial Day and Labor Day is up for debate, Memorial Day weekend helps kick off the start of summertime activities – and the warm weather brings with it the fashionably sensible white clothing season. If you don’t often integrate white clothing into your wardrobe, it can be tricky to know how to pair this reflective color with your makeup. Your friends at BECCA Cosmetics and Kevyn Aucoin help take the guesswork out of keeping spring makeup light, fresh, simple and glowing when Memorial Day arrives.
As the weather cools, it’s an excellent time to brush up on how to apply blush to give you the perfect, natural-looking “flushed” appearance – just in time to cover up the impending winter pastiness. It’s important to remember that a natural look means just a dab of color right on your cheeks, literally as if you were just blushing – not the dark streaks of color that were popular in the late ’80’s and ’90’s.
From whiplash treatment to sports chiropractic care, there are plenty of reasons why people schedule appointments with a chiropractor. Portland, OR and many other urban areas are home to many weekend warriors and weekday desk jockeys; both athletes and those who are sedentary for long periods of time can find chiropractic adjustments helpful.
For centuries, humans have associated luscious, thick hair with strength and vitality. Consider how the biblical character Sampson lost his strength when his wife Delilah cut his hair. Hair also has strong feminine symbolism attached to it.
Nothing lets your inner beauty shine forth like an enormous pair of lash-framed peepers. However, even the most strikingly colored eyes can be hard to notice when they’re small and set back into your face. Believe me, I know from experience.
Consider the reasons you may still be opting to use your local tanning salon or lay on a beach towel for hours instead of using a self-tanning product, such as St. Tropez bronzing mousse. Despite the knowledge many have regarding the dangers surrounding baking in the sun or using a tanning bed, people still do it because of a number of myths surrounding self-tanners.