Archive for November 7th, 2006

How To Get Soft Feet

How To Get Soft Feet

With a nonacetone remover, clean polish from nails and file them in one direction until flush with the tips of toes. Gentaly round them at the corners. Soak feet up to the ankles in a bowl filled with one part whole milk, two parts warm water, and three drops olive oil. Clean the nails with a soft brush. After ten minutes, remove feet and pat with a towel. Smooth rough skin by running a foot file or pumice stone over the sole and sides using long strokes—and shorter ones on the bottoms of …

Anti-Aging Skin Care

Anti-Aging Skin Care

Wash your face in the morning with a cleanser containing glycolic acid or as salicylic acid to exfoliate dead skin cells. Moisturize twice a day to keep skin hydrated. For day, use an SPF 15 lotion labeled “broad-spectrum.” To protect skin from the environmental damage that causes sagging, apply an antioxidant cream or serum on your face and neck (look on the label for ingredients such as green or white tea, idebenone, vitamins c and e, Coenzyme Q10, or alpha lipoid acid). Smooth on …

How to Take Care of Sensitive Skin

How to Take Care of Sensitive Skin

Study labels. Look for fragrance free, hypoallergenic products. Avoid those with a long list of ingredients. Select a creamy and moisturizer, and a sun block that contains zinc oxide. In the morning, cleanse, rinse with lukewarm water, and apply moisturizer while skin is still damp. Treat inflammation with a thin layer of cortisone cream for up to one week. If symptoms persist, see a dermatologist. At night, cleanse again and apply moisturizer. If needed, use a mild acne medication or anti aging…