Fat Freezing is also known as cryolipolysis (cryogenic lipolysis), which cools fat cells down to a temperature initiating the apoptosis process. That’s basically name to signify the end of a cell’s life cycle and a process supposedly sped up by fat-freezing treatment through targeting your problem fatty areas. Basically, fat-freezing kills and disposes of the fat cells targeted during treatment. Peeing, pooping, sweating and breathing is all part of the natural process of ridding ourselves of waste. So whilst it isn’t as crude to say this treatment means we wee out frozen fat, the dead cells do have to go somewhere! And yes, fat freezes... Read More »
There are many wonderful benefits of massaging your scalp. A warm oil massage, done at least once a week has the following benefits: It lubricates and conditions the scalp, helping to prevent flakes and dry scalp without the use of harsh chemical shampoos. It helps enhance blood circulation in the head and neck area. When the scalp is “tight” from stress, circulation and hair growth are impeded. It helps relax the scalp and increase pliability. It helps strengthen the roots of the hair and nourishes the hair-shafts, promoting new hair growth and strengthening current hair. It helps soften and condition the hair, making it more... Read More »
If you didn’t know already, Biotin is very good for helping hair and nail growth. Biotin also known as Vitamin B7, is available in many different forms including vitamin tablets, but we have listed below the natural way to consume Biotin. We hope this helps! egg yolk organ meats (liver, kidney) nuts, like almonds, peanuts, pecans, and walnuts nut butters soybeans and other legumes whole grains and cereals cauliflower bananas mushrooms Please bear in mind that food-processing techniques like cooking can render biotin ineffective, raw or less-processed versions of these foods contain more active biotin.
Your nails need plenty of care and maintenance to keep looking their best. Healthy fingernails are happy fingernails, but how do you tell if your fingernails are healthy? Pretty easy really, if your nails are smooth without grooves, no signs of discolouration or spots, then they’re healthy. Below are a few suggestions on how to keep your fingernails looking good: Always try to keep your nails clean. Preventing bacteria from growing under your fingernails will help keep them healthy. Keep your fingernails as dry as possible, as continuous contact with water will cause them to weaken and split. If you’re washing up, try and use... Read More »
Practicing good hygiene is a must fo ryour health, especially if you want to keep your mouth clean. By not practicing good hygiene, bacteria can end up living in your mouth, in the form of cavities, gingivitis and plaque. You also will find it harder to feel confident when socialising. So take these tips in and apply them! When brushing your teeth remember these three tips: Brush your tongue. This removes bacteria and will help freshen your breath. Clean the inside of your front teeth using the tip of your toothbrush. Brush the chewing surfaces, inner surfaces and outer tooth surfaces.