Collagen Eye Mask – The Best Product for Puffy Eyes

Do you know that the eyes are the first in our body to get tired and dull if we do not get proper rest and proper diet? Yes, the eyes are so delicate and so is the skin under the eyes as well. And eyes are the first to show the aging process as well. However we care for the eyes, some of us do suffer with puffy under eyes. Why do we get these [...]

2019-12-28T22:25:23+05:30December 28th, 2019|Beauty, Lifestyle|0 Comments

Vitamins for Eyelashes and Eyelash Growth

With beauty and lifestyle, eyelashes are being seen as elements of beauty with those with long eyelashes being considered more beautiful. That is why most women wear long eyelashes to make them appear more beautiful. However, you will notice that you don’t have to struggle with false eyelashes when you can grow your own longer lashes. Eyelashes can be grown naturally or you can use growth enhancers and vitamins for eyelash growth. Natural eyelash growth [...]

2019-12-07T22:39:55+05:30December 7th, 2019|Beauty, Eye Care|0 Comments

Eyelash Extensions: Frequently Asked Questions

What Are Eyelash Extensions? Eyelash extensions are commercially available attachments which are glued with the help of semi-permanent adhesive with the natural eyelashes individually to enhance the length, thickness and appearance of the eyelashes. They are different from fake eyelash which is a cluster of eyelashes in one piece. Fake eyelashes (temporary) are meant for 1-2 days duration whereas eyelash extensions (also called as semi-permanent eyelashes) remain in place for 4-6 weeks or even longer [...]

2017-03-15T15:33:58+05:30March 15th, 2017|Beauty, Eye Care, Lifestyle|2 Comments

Color of Your Sclera Is a Cue for Your Health, Attractiveness and Age

Sclera is the tough outer coat of the eyeball. If you consider the surface anatomy of the eye, sclera is the white part of the eyeball. The white part actually is a combination of two layers - sclera is covered anteriorly with conjunctiva which is largely transparent. You will notice that the sclera in young children is quite white and 'spotless'. As we age, the sclera gradually becomes yellowish and even brownish. This is the [...]

2019-12-15T22:20:09+05:30December 9th, 2014|Beauty, Research|1 Comment
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