Face Care – Tips For a Natural Beauty

Have you ever thought how much you face skin has to go throw. The skin of your pace is overly exposed to aggressions from foreign agents, from cold, wind and pollution. Without counting that on our faces is reflected our mood. Smiling, crying, stress and emotion are integral part of our life which leave scar on our face. This is why the face skin deserves an attentive cure to keep our beauty intact and to always show a relaxed and radiant skin whatever our age, the time of the year or the mood.

Skin type classification:

Normal skin – Is a skin that doesn’t have particular problems or sensitivity. It is presented homogeneous and compact.
Dry skin – The cause might be dehydration or scarce production of sebum. The skin is frail, cracked, and delicate and often reddens easily.
Oily skin – Shine and greasy, oily skin is caused from an excessive production of sebum and often accompanied with black heads and pimples.
Mixed Skin- Oily in the front, nose and chin (the famous T zone) end dry on the cheeks and near the eyes.
Sensitive skin- Thin and delicate reddens easily and easily is subject to erythema and sunburn.

Having a glowing and beautiful skin depends from our everyday actions. The most important things a woman should do to care of her face are:

    • Always clean your face in the morning with warm water and a delicate detergent.
    • Always remove make up the night before with a gel detergent or a detergent latte, applying a tonic to clean the pores deeper.
    • After each cleaning apply moisturizing cream, using a product adapt for your skin type.
    • Scrub your skin once a week to remove dead cells.
    • Hydration is very important not only to have a glowing and beautiful skin but to protect it against external aggressions, preventing skin aging and to keep a better make up. The moisturizer is used by day, and the night should be exploited only for facial skin treatment thanks to night creams which help to relax and repair the deteriorated skin.
    • Once or twice a week you should not give up scrubbing your skin. Careful in choosing gentle exfoliating products which remove dead skin cells without irritating it. And leaving it regenerated
    • The last there are masks treatment. They should be done every once in a while when you notice that you skin need a little more than the usual gestures. The mask can have different purposes like: hydration, emollients and nutrients or purifying and toning.

Keep in mind that not always you need to spent a fortune in products. The beauty masks can also be done at home, using only simple ingredients which you can find easily.

What Should You Do After Wisdom Tooth Extractions?

Wisdom teeth are typically extracted by dentists or oral and maxillofacial specialists. Such procedures are usually done in the professional’s own office, though it may take place in a hospital setting if all wisdom teeth are coming at one once or if you present an unusual risk of complications.

Expectations Following Surgery

Generally, recovery from wisdom tooth extraction takes just a couple of days. Make use of the painkillers prescribed for you by your surgeon. By following the guidance provided below, you should experience a smooth recovery process without major issue.

  • Regularly bite down on gauze pads, changing them once they are soaked with blood. If you still experience bleeding 24 hours beyond your surgery, contact your surgeon or dentist.
  • During the time in which your mouth remains numb, take care that you do not bite the inner portion of your cheek, your tongue or your lips. Avoid lying flat, as this can extend your bleeding time. Use pillows to prop your head higher.
  • Consider applying ice to the external portion of your cheek for roughly 15-20 minute intervals for the initial 24 hours after surgery. Moist types of heat such as a wrung- out washcloth that was placed into hot water can be helpful for 2-3 days following the procedure. Remember that engaging in physical activity can increase the amount of bleeding you experience.
  • Stick to softer types of food, eating a diet that includes puddings, gelatins and broths. Once the healing process is well underway, you may begin adding solid foods back into your routine. Steer clear of straws for the first couple of days following surgery, as the act of sucking through straws can cause your blood clot to loosen, lengthening your overall healing time.
  • Once the first 24 hours have passed, begin rinsing the mouth with warmed salt water a few times daily in order to relieve pain and swelling. It is easy to make your own mixture by placing a teaspoon of salt into a roughly 8-ounce glass of warm tap water.
  • Prevent yourself from smoking for no less than 24 hours post-surgery. Sucking on a cigarette puts you at risk of dislodging your blood clot, causing healing to take longer than necessary. In addition, smoking impairs circulation and introduces germs into the surgical site.
  • Do your best not to touch the site with your fingers or tongue. Make certain to brush the tongue and the teeth carefully as usual, and in a few short days, your dentist will be able to remove any stitches if necessary.

Coffe and pregnancy

The relationship between coffee and pregnancy is conflictual, some use it in moderation others suggest to abolish it keeping in mind some studies that warn about the dangers of coffee not just during pregnancy but also in the everyday life.
Some studies suggest that the maximal dose of caffeine amassable during pregnancy is 200 mg per day; this amount is the same you can find in a cup o espresso, and that is more than needed if during the day you also use coca- cola or red bull.

The scientific literature is in fact full of studies on the relationship between coffee and pregnancy, often by conflicting results. For some are acceptable doses of 300-400mg of caffeine, for others even moderate amounts can increase the risk of spontaneous abortion or low weight birth. So to be perfectly sure is preferable to reduce the daily intake of caffeine limiting oneself at one cup of coffee per day or not drinking it at all.

For most of doctors is important a study made in 2008 that highlighted that the daily intake of 200 mg or more of caffeine per day, during pregnancy, is associated with double possibilities of spontaneous abortion than the pregnant woman that don’t use it at all.

Even there aren’t absolute certainties about the fact that there is a risk associated with the use of caffeine rather than to the presence of concomitant risk factors, the most common in women exceeding 200 mg of caffeine per day like prudence is a must.

Also the use or d decaffeinated coffee is not suggested during pregnancy because there is a risk you consume excessive amount of chemical solvents used to extract caffeine. Actually the solvents are removed during the process of roasting

10 Foods You Should Avoid To Keep A Bright White Smile

Before you relax with a glass of wine in front of you or before you merge your sashimi inside the soy sauce you have to consider what your favorite foods are doing to your teeth.

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Here are some examples:

  1. Black coffee
    If you like black coffee you should try and add some milk to it to soften a little the color. Not only the black color of the coffee can stain your teeth but also it can cause dehydration on your mouth so there is less saliva to remove these stains.
  2. Blueberries
    Iv if these berries are filled with antioxidants and essential nutritious substances, their profound blue color can stain teeth. Instead of eating them as they are you can add them to a cup of yogurt and drink them with a straw. The straw will forbid the berries to come in direct contact with your teeth, so the potential damage is reduced.
  3. Beets
    The deep red color which makes beets so attractive, especially in a salad with cheese and lamb, creates unfortunately a chaos for the pearly whites. Rinsing after the meal will help you remove the participles that can stain your teeth.
  4. Refined Carbohydrates
    Refined Carbohydrates like crackers, biscuits, white bread and other transformed foods especially the ones colored with yellow or orange not only stain teeth but can also cause decay. They contain a lot of sugar, and if the sugar remains on your teeth surface long enough the bacteria that feeds on that can cause decay.
  5. Red wine
    Life can push you to open a bottle of wine (or two). Don’t rush. The intense color and its acidity can erode the enamel of your teeth. The sediments inside red wine contribute on it’s elevate power to stain your teeth.
  6. Pickled cucumbers
    The acidity they have is the number one enemy for your teeth. If you cannot live without them at least limit their use to one or two once in a while and make sure to brush your teeth afterwards.
  7. Tomato sauce
    The tomato sauce is another acid product that makes teeth sensible to stains. To fully appreciate your pasta you can add inside the sauce vegetables like broccoli or spinach that help create a protective barrier and diminish the stain possibility.
  8. Soy sauce
    The dark color of soy sauce threads white teeth. See the bright side, you can use wasabi al much as you like. Wasabi contains isothiocyanates (the same particles that make wasabi so spicy) that inhibit the building of bacterial colonies that cause decay.
  9. Curry
    Carry is sticky and that makes him not great for your teeth. Carry powder sticks on your teeth creating a change in their color.
  10. Tea
    The tea contains tannic acids, which are chemical substances from vegetal origin and cause staining of your enamel. If you can’t avoid drinking tea try to choose a more alkaline teal like green tea.