Home Beauty Hair care Hair Care on January 23, 2022 Dry shampoo is a hair product that claims to clean your hair by reducing oil, grease, and dirt. In contrast to wet shampoos and conditioners, dry shampoo can be applied to the hair while it is dry. Also, unlike wet shampoo, dry shampoo does not need to be removed from the hair. It is typically applied to the crown of the head and other areas where oil and shine accumulate. In dry shampoos, active ingredients such as alcohols or starches are used to absorb oils and sweat from the hair. The removal of oils from your hair makes it appear cleaner. Most dry shampoos also contain a fragrance, which keeps your hair smelling fresh between washes. In this article, we will explain how you can use dry shampoo and whether it is good for dry hair or not. How To Use Dry Shampoo? Depending on your hair type, texture, length, and oiliness, you may use dry shampoo differently. … [Read more...] about How To Use Dry Shampoo: Is It Good For Dry Hair? Can I Use It Every Day?
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Home Offer of the day Offer Of The Day on January 19, 2022 Go on a shopping spree with the Amazon Sale 2022! Have a hassle-free experience which choosing your favourite products across all categories from the comfort of your home. With great deals on home appliances, now you can have a better quality of life by upgrading your gadgets and letting them do all the hard work. From mixer grinder, air fryer, microwave, vacuum cleaner, sewing machine to steam iron, water purifier, you will find everything you need in one place. Shop online for your favourite products at a discounted price. 1. Bernette Automatic Zig-Zag Electric Sewing Machine Bernette brings to you an automatic Zig-Zag Electric Sewing Machine which ensures full stitch width and length variability along with 60 stitch functions achievable through its 23 built-in stitch designs. It provides a one-step buttonhole and feed drop facility for lovely motion embroidery and quilting. With … [Read more...] about Amazon Republic Day Sale 2022: Huge Discount On Home Appliances
Home Beauty Skin care Skin Care on November 6, 2015 An abrasion is nothing but an wound that causes superficial damage to your skin when it gets rubbed by a rough surface. Generally, the upper layer of the skin gets rubbed away in such instances. It is relatively a shallow cut on the upper layer of the skin. Abrasions can also be caused by an insect bite or allergic reaction. Some of its symptoms include pain, swelling, bleeding, tenderness, redness and itching. Areas like knees, ankles and elbows are prone to abrasions. Normally skin abrasions heal within a weak depending on the severity of the wound. Deep abrasions may even leave scars on the skin and require medical attention. There are lot many creams and medications available to treat this condition. But, it can be effectively treated at home using home remedies. In this article, we have listed some of the ingredients that work wonders in curing abrasions. Read on to know … [Read more...] about Natural Cures For Skin Abrasions
Home Health Health on January 23, 2022 Scientists have developed a new machine learning model for the discovery of genetic risk factors for ailments such as Motor Neurone Disease. Designed by researchers from the University of Sheffield in the UK and the Stanford University School of Medicine in the US, the machine learning tool, RefMap, has been used by the team to trace 690 risk genes for motor neurone disease (MND), many of which are new discoveries. One of the genes highlighted as a new MND gene, called KANK1, has been shown to produce neurotoxicity very similar to that observed in the brains of patients. Although at an early stage, this is potentially a new target for the design of new drugs, Sheffield University said in a release on Thursday. Dr Johnathan Cooper-Knock, from the University of Sheffield's Neuroscience Institute, said, "This new tool will help us to understand and profile the genetic basis of MND. Using … [Read more...] about Scientists Develop New AI Model To Discover Genetic Risk Factors For Motor Neurone Disease
Home Insync Insync on April 26, 2010 Image Source The beautiful bods which celebs flaunt is the result of extraneous work out regime but Sarah Jessica Parker seems to have got a bit obsessed with exercise. Her rigorous workout is beginning to wreak havoc on her body, causing bulging veins in her hands and wiry arms. The recent pics of the 'Sex and the City" star show her looking skeletal while out and about in New York. Sources close to Sarah Parker reveal that stress, an obsession with working and a fear of ageing have made her frighteningly gaunt. "Her weight loss is extreme, but it's down to complete and utter stress. She has lost another stone and she's a size zero too," reports a source. The actress, mum of two children is busy shooting for 'Sex and the City 2" and in between her busy schedule she takes out time for exercising. "Pilates is the main part of her regime. She doesn't do lots of cardio in the gym. But she … [Read more...] about Sarah Jessica Parker’s Fear Of Aging
Home Insync Insync on June 10, 2010 Sarah Jessica Parker brings alive the creation of deceased designer friend, Alexander McQueen. Sarah Jessica Parker appeared in a stunning frock, to pay tribute to her designer friend Alexander McQueen, on June 07 at the CDFA award function. The actress also expressed her affection for the designer, appearing in one of his creations at the London premiere of Sex and the City 2 in May10, according to 'Daily Star' It is also to be noted that the 'Sex and the City' actress took the stage to present 'McQueen's Special Tribute Award' at the CDFA award function. The designer committed suicide in February 10 Comments More DESIGNER COLLECTION News bollywood wardrobe Featuring: Designer Raghavendra Rathore Regal Collection At GQ Nights bollywood wardrobe Launch Of Multi-Designer Destination Jhelum trends n style Lakme Fashion Week Comes … [Read more...] about Sarah Jessica Parker Dons McQueen’s Outfit At CDFA Function
Home Fashion Trends Fashion Trends | on January 9, 2022 Sarah Jessica Parker dripped in gold at the 2018 Met Gala, wearing a Dolce & Gabbana creation. The MVP of Met Gala made a statement as she strutted on the red carpet with her date, Andy Cohen, who also donned Dolce & Gabbana's cape and loafers. The stare-worthy corset gown of Sex and the City actress was done in gold baroque embellishments. Inspired by Neapolitan nativity altar dress, her costume was also adorned with gold filigree work. The brightly bursting red hearts on her dress not only served as a striking contrast but also added a character to the outfit. PC: @metmuseum Also, what hypnotized us was her headgear. Her towering gilded headpiece adjusted on her long loose hair did justice to her attire. She totally embraced the theme and in 10 years of Met Gala, she has proved to us that she can raise the fashionable bars. A post shared by Dolce … [Read more...] about Look Who Just Dripped In Gold At Met Gala 2018!
Home Health Health on August 13, 2019 Reports suggest that the research team at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine has developed the first-ever genetically modified mini human livers. The GM mini livers have been grown in the laboratory at the university to mirror the functions and actions of liver disease progression and test therapeutics. First, of it's kind, the team of researchers transformed the genetically engineered human cells into functional, three-dimensional (3D) liver tissue that mimics non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), a condition which causes fat buildup in the liver and leads to cirrhosis or even liver failure  . Alejandro Soto-Gutierrez, an associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh pointed out, "This is the first time we can create genetically engineered human mini livers with a disease using stem cells in the lab". disorders-cure World Hepatitis Day 2019: Does … [Read more...] about Genetically Engineered Human Miniature Livers To Help Test Medicines & Study Diseases
Home Health Diabetes Diabetes on May 31, 2015 Diabetes is one of the deadliest diseases that can cause terrible amount of worries to the people who suffer from this. It occurs due to problems in the synthesis of glucose in the blood. As a result, the quantity of sugar and glucose increases drastically in the blood. Yummy Low-Sugar Foods For Diabetics Apart from various other health complications, the disease is fatal for wounds. As per the available medical reports, one person loses his limb in every 6-7 seconds due to diabetes. Healing of wounds becomes a terrible task if the person is suffering from high diabetes. Best Tea For Diabetics If you are also an unfortunate victim of diabetes, then you must protect yourself carefully. You need to know the best tips for diabetics for wound care. The following diabetic wound care tips can be invaluable for you: Keep A Close Check On Blood Sugar Level This is … [Read more...] about 7 Tips For Diabetics For Wound Care
Home Health Disorders cure Disorders Cure on July 5, 2015 Have you cut your finger while slicing onion? Did your child return home with cuts on his knees while playing with friends? Or have you cut yourself while shaving? Whatever the reason is, the cuts are painful. Some cuts heal soon. But sometimes those are too deep to heal. If you don't have the things to treat the wound, search your kitchen or refrigerator and you will definitely find some home remedies for infected cuts. How Turmeric Heals Wounds And Infections In previous days, when people didn’t depend much on medicines, these remedies were used for healing cuts, burns, scrapes etc. You can find the mention of honey, sugar etc. in the ancient manuscripts of medicine. Modern drugs have these ingredients as the basic components too. But it is always better to use the known remedies for infected cuts. These home remedies for infected cuts not only repair but also … [Read more...] about Home Remedies For Infected Cuts