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Summer is a time to relax and rejuvenate. At the same time, summer sun can be very harsh on your soft skin and deep fry your natural looks. The only way to escape the blistering sun is to soak yourself in water. Splash water on you as frequently as possible. While enjoying the hot, lazy summer, keep in mind that different beauty rules apply. Here are a few tips to keep you looking as good as you feel :

Moisturisation is the most important part of daily skin care. Although you must buy a water-based moisturizer, you need to work out your skin's needs. May be just plain water works for you. Herbal beauticians say that flower-based lotions like rose water or cucumber water {made by diluting cucumber juice with water} can be sprayed on the face to tone and refresh it. You need to cool these tonics in the fridge before use. Besides this, makes a habit of splashing your face gently with water for instant freshness. You can splash as many as 20 times. But do not use very hot or very cold water on your skin. Steam face regularly to release dirt {5 minutes for dry skin and 10 minutes if it is oily}. Pat dry with tissue and moisturize. Moisturizers should be used damp on the skin. This seals in the water and helps skin to hold the moisture better. Make sure that you are adequately hydrated - at least 8 glasses of water a day even more when you are outside.
Your feet also need adequate care this season. Keeping both hands and feet clean with a liberal use of soap and water (followed by a moisturizer) is a grooming must. Soaking feet and hands helps to get rid of fatigue, more so if you add a pinch of salt to the water you use. This softens the dry, dead skin around your soles, easing its removal. Soak feet for 15-20 minutes once a week.
Summer sun and humidity can damage your hair's cuticle and result in dry, drab, split, brittle or frizzy hair and ends. Sunlight can be just as damaging as a hot blow dryer. Naturally curly hair is often a major victim to summer frizzies. Consider washing your hair less often during the summer months to allow your hair to absorbe more moisture. When possible, finish with a cool to cold rinse to seal the hair cuticle and impart natural shine.
  • Drink at least 15 glasses of water a day.
  • Mix the fruit juice of your choice with mineral water for a healthy soda.
  • Use water as mouth freshner along with a sprig of mint, honey and lime.
  • Make a compress for dry, flaky, irritating using water. Use gauze dipped in tolerably cold water. Apply on affected are and leave on for 10 minutes.
  • Walk bare foot on grass immere your legs in cold water up to the knees. This increases resistance to illness. With water, remember, more is always better.
  • Accentuate your glowing skin by brushing on a light shimmering powder instead of a heavy foundation. You don't want to appear like you are melting under the hot sun.
  • Try a light shimmering eye shadow in beige just under your brow bone to draw attention to your eyes.
  • If you use mascara, try a waterproof. This way you will avoid those scary looks when you are perspiring or near water. Carry an eye make-up remover, or else you really will end up with the dreaded dark circles.
  • Summer is good time for those creamy lipsticks. Reserve the darker shades for evenings. Prefer glossy light ones that are perfect for the nude look.
ALOE VERA – A Miracle Beauty Plant
For good health and healthy skin

Aloe Vera Barbadensis Miller is called miracle plant due to its high nutritional and therapeutic values. Aloe is also called nature’s healer and Ladies bless and it is used in Ayurveda for the treatment of many female diseases related to uterus and urinary system.
There are more than 200 verities of aloe vera in the world and belongs to member of the onion and lily family. After 3 years, it grows to approximately 30 to 50 cm height, with 10- 20 leaves. The length and breadth of the leaves will be approximately 30-50 cm and 5-8 cm respectively. Flower stem is approx.50-90 cm long and half naked at bottom half with out flowers. . Flowers are reddish yellow and the seeds are in black colour. The efficacy increases when the plant is harvested after 3 years of growth. It nutritive value decreases after 12 years of growth. If Aloe Gel is exposed to sun light or air, losses it complete potency.

Its main content is barb loin. It also contain aloe emodin, lupeol, salicylic, magnesium, salicylic acid, campesterol, B-sitosteral, anthraquinones, cinnamic acid, phonon, sulphur, calcium, potassium, zinc and vitamin E&C Aloe Vera is available in market as Soft gels, Juice, Gel and Concentrate.

Beneficial uses of Aloe Gel

· It blocks the pain in the deep layers of skin and also help to ease the pain of sunburns, minor wounds, cuts, scrapes and rashes
· It is anti allergic, anti inflammatory and aloe can enhance the body’s ability to heal and helps rapid healing.
· It helps cell regeneration.
· It acts as anti viral and anti fungal.
· It improves digestion and assimilation.
· It helps in detoxification
· It is highly nutrient.
· It stimulate the immune system of the body , particularly T4 calls, white blood cells that activate immune response to infection
· High doses of aloe vera significantly suppress the growth of cancerous cells

It is not recommended to administer aloe vera, in material doses, those who are pregnant or suffering from bleeding piles.

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