Best natural lip plumpers

Want to give your lips an instant boost without needles? Non-surgical lip plumpers can create natural-looking bee-stung lips, subtly adding shape and volume. Lip plumpers: Common ingredients include cinnamon, ginger, peppermint or hot peppers, boosting blood flow to the lips and inducing mild swelling and redness. However, make sure to pick a reputable brand and don’t overuse them. Celebrity makeup artist, hairstylist and co-founder of Camp Beauty Michelle Scott warns…

March 31, 2015
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Soy helps reduce menopausal symptoms

Suffer hot flushes and night sweats caused by the menopause? A new study indicates we should eat more soy. Good news: Consuming soy could minimise severity of hot flushes in menopause. The bad news: it only applies to the 20 to 50% of women – those whose bodies produce soy metabolite equol, a US study shows. When women aged 45 to 55 suffering meno symptoms ate soy foods at least…

March 31, 2015
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Foam roller Vs spiky ball

Self-massage using a foam roller or a spikey ball feels good, but it can also alleviate pain and prevent further injuries. But which is more effective?   Problem: Generalised pain or tightness; stretching fascia, or connective tissue. Solution: Foam roller “Foam rollers are great for stretching fascia, or connective tissue in the body,” says physiotherapist Alex Lakos (sboydpt.com.au.)   Problem:  Sharp pain, like a knot. Solution: Spiky ball.    “When…

March 31, 2015
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