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My hair has become dry and lost its shine. What can I do to revive it?
Our hair is a reflection of our health. If you are sick or have a poor diet, your hair will show it. Most importantly, you need to make sure you are eating well, exercising regularly, and getting enough sleep. The good news is there is a lot you can do to revive your hair. Be sure to drink 6-10 glasses of water a day and eat fresh vegetables. Please cut down caffeine, processed foods, and smoking.
Advice for Acne problem

Acne is a skin condition that affects individuals with oily skin especially children, teenagers and young adults. It is characterized by cysts or pimples such as blackheads and whiteheads. Acne results when skin oils accumulate below keratin plugs in the openings of the hair follicles and oil glands. These plugs get clogged with irritating secretions and bacteria. Acne can be caused by any of the following: Increases in hormone levels during puberty, menstruation or pregnancy Taking medication such as birth control pills, anti depressant medication such as lithium or steroids Acne can be treated or avoided in one or more of the following ways: washing often with a warm washcloth and soap several times a day. An abrasive soap or scrub is more effective than plain soap. Using medication containing benzoyl peroxide for mild acne Avoiding oily greases and creams on the skin Men should soften their beard before shaving and also not shave against the grain See a doctor about prescribing an antibiotic.

My Skin Is Dripping Oil

Wash your face when you get up and when you go to bed. That's it. Overwashing to sop up the oil can jumpstart your face into producing even more. And, that's the last thing you want. If you are using an astringent, just once a day or try dropping it entirely. These products can sometimes start the oils flowing to the surface again. Switch to oil free makeup and a powder blusher instead of the creamy variety. Don't stop using your sunscreen... just choose one that is oil free. Grab some of those little blotting papers to use throughout the day. You will be amazed just how great they are at sopping up oil! I carry a little package of Papier Poudre in my purse at all times. I know that oily skin can be a drag some times but oily skin has one thing going for it. It tends to age more slowly and you are going to like that in the years to come.
I bite my nails and would like to stop. How would I go about this, and is there any treatments I can buy in the shops?
Many people use acrylic tips, wraps and nails to stop nail biting. They are very strong so it's difficult to bite them, and your nails will have a chance to grow and be protected.
Mashed Apple Face Mask
Are you tired when you get home? Did you know putting bath salts in your bath would relax you?

To startyou will need something to mix them in. I use a gallon ice cream bucket. Also, you will need a spoon. Materials Needed: 1-4 lb. bag Epsom salt (You can get this at Wal-Mart or any drug store) Food Coloring or Powdered Cake coloring Perfume or soap safe scents Okay, take the 4 lb. bag of Epsom salt and dump it in the ice cream bucket. Then add your food coloring or powdered cake coloring(can be found at your local cake decorating shop). I personally like the powdered coloring better because it is easier to mix in than the liquid food coloring, but either will work. Then just add a small amount of perfume or scent and you have some nice bath salts. You can go to your local party supply store and buy small clear bags to put you salts in. Just put them in the bag and tie them up with some curly ribbon. You can also get pretty glass bottles with cork tops at your local craft store.

Warning: Bath salts do not need to be used by women that are pregnant, small children, people with diabetes, or people with high blood pressure. It has something to do with the salt being absorbed in the blood stream. Also, small children and women who are prone to have a yeast infection from scented or colored soaps do not need to use these.
Autumn Mask:

  • 1 ripe apple
  • 1/2 tsp Half and Half
  • 1 tsp honey
  • 1 T oats
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
Peel and grate the apple and then add the remaining ingredients. Mash with a fork to reduce the texture, and then apply it to your face. Wait 10 minutes and then wash off.
Adapted recipe:

  • 1/4 of an apple
  • 1/2 tsp Half and half
  • 1 Tsp honey
  • 1 T oatmeal
This time I pureed the above so that the texture was smooth. Application was much easier and no stinging. It didn't have the great scent that the first mask had, but no stinging and no blotches must count for something right??