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Clear from sebum to Blackhead, HAPPYBATH MICELLAR Deep Cleaning Foam

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HAPPYBATH's MICRO MICELLAR deep cleaning foam, which is about the 1/100 size of a micro-micro-micellar particle in the pores to keep the skin clean from the sebum care to the blackhead removal. Deep Cleaning foam solves eight pore-related concerns, not only managing pores' sebum but also managing to exfoliate. It's good to make bubble, and even a little use creates a rich bubble. The micro-elastic foam of dense particles covers the skin and cleans up to the pores. The whipped creamy bubbles make it possible to wash your face. After washing the face, the finish is fresh and pleasant, so...

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Styling Your Ankles: How to Rock an Ankle Bracelet

Posted by Alma Osorio on

(Photo : Ankle bracelets) Are you looking to give your ankles some style? If so, check out this guide to learn how to rock an ankle bracelet. Ankle bracelets, or anklets, are a super-versatile and often-overlooked accessory. Many people think of anklets as a fad of the 90s or relegated to teen fashion. This is so not the case! The right anklet is just the thing to bring any spring or summer outfit to the next level. There are so many styles of anklet out there, so whether your style is more classic or outgoing, there's sure to be an anklet to compliment...

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SPF Moisturizers Aren't As Effective As Sunscreen, Study Says

Posted by Alma Osorio on

When it comes to protecting the skin against the harmful rays of the sun, SPF moisturizers aren't cutting it as much as the sunscreens, a recent study says. There are many products today that allegedly contain SPF, but it doesn't necessarily mean that these are as effective as a sunscreen. Skincare products which are SPF-based have invaded the beauty market, but junkies better listen to what the experts have to say. The British Association of Dermatologists recently presented a study that showed that no matter the SPF factor in a moisturizer, it wouldn't be that effective in protecting the skin against ultraviolet...

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Spit and Polish: The Beauty of Saliva for Epigenetic Studies

Posted by Alma Osorio on

Biomarkers in saliva identify changes that impact the body, according to research published in Current Genomics. This important paper details the drawbacks and benefits of using saliva as a tissue sample for the study of epigenetic changes affected by experiences. Beginning with a detailed review introducing epigenetics and providing background from previous studies, the new findings include strong examples of how analysis of saliva can be applied to vulnerable populations, such as children, to identify changes correlated with experience and behavior. Examples of epigenetic changes in saliva of children who experienced pediatric trauma and of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)...

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What if I Don’t Want to Wear Glasses Anymore?

Posted by Alma Osorio on

(Photo : Pexels) Some people look great in glasses, others not so much. Wearing glasses can be a hassle, however. Not only does it affect daily activities, such as playing sports or driving, but it can also hide away all your beautiful makeup! Thus, the most raised question regarding the replacement of glasses tends to be: Should I go for a pair of contact lenses, or undergo eye surgery? You should consider a few options. Contact Lenses and Surgery The quickest, and easiest, replacement for regular glasses is the contact lens. They improve your vision, just as well as your...

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