As the summer draws to a close, it’s time to think about sun-damaged skin. Expert says go for natural exfoliators like jojoba beads and ground apricot kernel.
Linda Horan, Borealis Natural Skincare’s in-house expert, feels that if you have sun damage on the face and neck area, then wear at least a broad spectrum SPF 25 daily apart from exfoliating gently, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
– Some people also opt for “chemical peels” to remove the layer of skin cells including top layer of brown spots. Glycolic acid is an active ingredient that removes several layers of dead cells.
– A natural approach to treat sun damage on skin would be to use natural exfoliators such as jojoba beads and ground apricot kernel.
– Face oils also helps in a big way so omega 3, 6 and 9 oils, lots of fruit, vegetables, lean protein help to restore the lustre to the skin.
– Supplements may help depending on age and overall health and eating habits. (IANS)
Do you typically reach out for a jeans paired with a top every time you go out, just to avoid wearing something uncomfortable? Think beyond this.
Ashish Gurnani, Co-Founder Postfold, and Shreyasi Pathak, Stylist at Vajor, brings you all stunning breezy looks to help you breakthrough your sartorial groove this season.
*Colour pattern: For a class apart office look, try to strike a balance between tradition and modernity, go for a kurta with long slit on the side, in order to extend the silhouette of your look. Add a pair of well-fitted pencil trousers in the same colour palate to keep your look suitable for work.
*Layering: One good thing about winter is that no amount of layers can be too many. Try to go for chic yet comfortable clothing like printed palazzo pants in deep, rich colours and team them with long “below the knee” shrugs for a boho look. It’s an everyday look that can be transformed into a great travel look by adding statement earrings and a scarf.
*Voluminous sleeves: While heading for a Sunday brunch or an office outing, go for a fitted dress with voluminous sleeves, the key is to let one feature of your clothing do the talking. Add minimal jewellery in order to keep things trendy.
*Extensive jackets: Denim jackets got an extensive ornamental update last season and the trend is here to stay this season as well. You can go for an embroidered denim jacket or upgrade your basic ones with a set of enamel pins. Team this with a maxi skirt and a T-Shirt for a great look.
*Maxi dress: There is nothing as effortless as a maxi dress. The comfortable fit and flowy silhouettes keep things hassle-free and allow you ample movement. Choose this look for a sundowner by the beach or for a day of shopping to keep things chic. Go for a printed maxi dress along with strappy sandals in tan for the perfect look. (IANS)