Ok, May is here and may`s summer-ready with scorching sun. Nani told us that should sit in the sun, it gives Vitamin D which is good for healthy bones. Did Nani tell us about sun damage? How harmful can sun rays be for our skin? Sun can cause skin cancer.
What Sun Do To Our Skin:
No problem, we will discuss it step-by-step. Sun has two different wavelength rays- UVA and UVB and UVB wavelength are shorter than the UVA. Ultraviolet radiation causes DNA changes in the skin that can lead to premature aging and skin cancer. Lets me introduce you in brief about these radiations:
Posted: May 08, 2021Views: 14
Malaria is a contagious disease and it has had strong roots for ages. But it almost vanished from western region countries. It remains in developing and underdeveloped countries. India is a fast-growing developing country but still, we make half of the burden in South East Asia through malarial cases.
Why India Still Face Malaria:
We are the second most populated country in the world. And our health system always fails to bear an emergency medical burden. Today we are facing global pandemic COVID-19 but in 1950 India has already suffered from its holoendemic malaria with
Posted: May 06, 2021Views: 22
It has been a year since the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, caused an outbreak of respiratory disease (COVID-19) and pneumonia in the world. The whole world is on the verge of lockdown again. Our fast moving materialistic life has been stopped for a while. The global pandemic hit the world poorly. In 2020 we face the first wave of this peril disease and in 2021 hit again with the second wave and even don't know how many waves we are going to face.
THIS TIME WITH NO MERCY
The fact is, for the first time in 2020 we fought bravely against this deadly disease due to our immunity system. But in the second wave it becomes more virulent with the new origin strain. It has a mood of no mercy because our immune system is not
Are you wondering what this Kumkumadi Saffron Scrub is all about? When we talk of beautiful skin, your healthy and glowing face speaks volumes about your health, your skincare routine, and your lifestyle. Following a CTM (cleanse, tone and moisturize) regime twice a day, can do wonders for your skin but apart from that you simply can’t miss another crucial step that is exfoliation with a face scrub or face cleanser, at least weekly. The cherry on the cake is if you choose organic and natural products like Kumkumadi and saffron direct from the nature. Before diving into details of Kumkumadi let us know about scrub first.
What is a face scrub and why do you need it?
Simply, cleansing your skin i
Are you also filled with zest and enthusiasm to celebrate Raksha Bandhan or “Rakhi”, one of the most awaited festive occasions in India? Rich in art, culture and traditions, India is known worldwide as the land of festivals and celebrations. From Holi to Diwali; the same goes with Raksha Bandhan, everyone is geared up to celebrate it with full fervor with their loved ones around. When you grow up sometimes you are with your siblings and family and sometimes not, but whenever you walk down the memory lane of your life, your mind is stroked with all those moments you have spent in childhood in the companionship of the siblings.
Turning the pages of your photo albums with glimpses of the happy and unforgettable times, you slowly slip into those special memorable day
Posted: July 02, 2020Views: 45
Coronavirus: A Giant Peril to the Survival of Humanity
Today the whole world is on the verge of lockdowns. Suddenly the pace of life is forced to halt for a while. Yes, we are talking about the none other menace than Coronavirus-the Global Pandemic which has led to a situation of crisis taking a toll of lives after lives and there seems no cure to it soon. Its prevalence can be gauged from the fact that the entire attention of the world is now focused on this matter, bypassing all previous existing problems.
You may have seen everyone urging “Do the Five”
Posted: July 02, 2020Views: 21
In a world of rising chemical aggressors and allergens around us, it is imperative to have a commitment and consciousness to healthy and natural living with focus on wellness inside out.
AWAKEN & ALIGN
Wee hours of the morning are most precious for setting the tone of your day. Wake up with a prayer of gratitude for the blessed life that you have and the love in your life. Allocate time for this so you don’t have to rush into the day. Connect with Nature and let the Sun energise you.
Ayurveda places the greatest focus on inner cleansing. Drink warm water to enable regular bowel and colon cleanse. Refresh your body and mind with a warm bath with an aromatherapeutic body wash. Apply a body lotion for replenished hydration
FOOD & FAMILY
You will need p
Posted: July 02, 2020Views: 28
Petroleum Jelly – the ingredient you don’t need
Seasonal changes and stressful lifestyles bring up skin issues like dryness, flakiness, chapping, rash and sensitivity. Pollution and environmental allergens also trigger a variety of flu like symptoms from stuffy nose, sneezing, headaches and congestion. Be it the need to fight winter dryness, or soothe sundry body aches and pains, products with petroleum jelly have made their way into our lives.
Generally, petroleum jelly is used as lip and skin moisturizers to heal cuts and small scraps, as bases for pain relief balms, cold relief rubs and in many skin cremes.
PRE AND POST HOLI - SKIN AND HAIR CARE
Holi is one of the most awaited vibrant festivals of India. With food and friendship, dancing and singing, the mischief and masti, it is a time to celebrate your bonds and welcome the spring with cheer and optimism. But the melee of colors sprayed and splashed in enthusiasm can sometimes be harsh for our skin. Especially those with sensitive skin can erupt with rashes, itching, breakouts, allergies, scalp irritations, inflammation and discoloration.
Holi colours were traditionally made from herbs and spring flowers; in fact, such colours also had therapeutic value. But now, unfortunately chemicals and industrial dyes have slowly replaced flowers and herbs.
Artificial chemicals can make skin