Eye Bags & Dark Cirkles: Causes, Prevention and Natural Cure

Actually, a variety of factors may causes of puffiness, dark circles and under- eye bags.
These include:

Aging process;
Allergies;
Heredity;
Hormonal issues;
Lack of sleep;
Nutritional deficiencies,
Fatigue;
Stress;
Sun exposure.

In some cases, under-eye bags are a sign of kidney problems.
The skin around the eyes is very thin and delicate and needs special care.
Here are some simple home remedies that help to get rid

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Health Benefits of Dead Sea Salts Products

Dead Sea salts are extracted from the Dead Sea.
Since ancient times Dead Sea salts have been used for many beauty products, including skin care products, bath salts, soaps, salt scrubs, salt creams, face & body masks, hair care products and cosmetics.
Dead Sea salts have remarkable therapeutic effect on the skin, hair and the rest of

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Cosmetic Surgery: Blepharoplasty (Eye Lid Lift Surgery)

Blepharoplasty is a cosmetic eyelid surgery. It is intended to improve the appearance of the upper eyelids and/or lower eyelids.
The Eye Lid Lift Surgery reshapes and reduces fatty bulges around the eyes.
Blepharoplasty is the third most popular cosmetic surgery procedure that is usually performed on both men and women.
Candidates for blepharoplasty should be healthy and

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How to Make a Carrot & Avocado Facial Mask (dry/normal skin)

Avocado is a rich moisturizer that contains A, B and C vitamins, as well as essential amino-acids. In addition, being rich in anti-oxide ingredients avocado has anti-aging properties.
Carrot contains vitamins A, E, as well as beta-carotene. Carrot clears away old surface cells and controls pore congestion.
Olive oil has antioxidant and conditioning properties. It softens the

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Hercampuri Weight Loss Supplement

Hercampuri (Gentianella alborosea) is a herbal plant from Peru.
Hercampuri has been traditionally used as a liver detoxifier and weight loss supplement since the Inca times.
Hercampuri has a great amount of bitter compounds that stimulate the secretion of biliary acids.
Hercampuri helps to balance the metabolism and improve blood circulation; hence it is used to energize liver.
Hercampuri

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Cool as a Cucumber: Health Benefits of Raw Cucumber Juice

Cucumbers were thought to originate over 3000 years ago in southern Asia, where they have been juiced for drinking on hot days to cool the body.
Cucumbers belong to the Cucurbitaceae family, like pumpkin, zucchini, melon and watermelon. The flesh of cucumber has 96 per cent water in its composition.
Raw cucumber juice has a variety of

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Signs and Symptoms of Alcohol Poisoning

Alcohol is a depressant of central nervous system, which means that it slows brain activity and decreases reaction time. Alcohol has a wide range of side effects.
Signs and Symptoms of Alcohol Poisoning:

Unconscious or semi-consciousness (mental confusion, stupor, coma);
Vomiting;
Seizures;
Slow respiration (fewer than eight breaths per minute);
Irregular breathing (lapses between breath 10 seconds or more);
Hypothermia (low body

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Healthy Tips to Prevent Hangover

Here are some healthy tips for those who are really worried about hangover.

Take 1 glass of warm milk with 1 tablespoon honey before the party. It will slow down the alcohol absorption.
Drink 100ml of olive oil 1 hour before consumption of alcohol.
Avoid drinking alcohol on an empty stomach. Keep eating something before and during alcohol

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Things to include in a First-Aid Kit for Traveling

No matter where you are traveling to, you should always carry some sort of medical kit.
A first-aid kit can be purchased from any medical supplier. However, it is cheaper to make it yourself. In addition, self-made medical kit will meet your own special health needs and its contents may vary depending upon the destination, the

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International Travel: Travel Vaccination Advice

If you are planning to travel internationally, it is important to decide if you need any vaccines.
Travel vaccines can be grouped as those that are required, routine, and recommended.
Routine Vaccinations
Routine vaccines are usually given at all stages of life according to the Immunization Schedule.
Routine vaccines include:

Varicella (chickenpox),
Poliomyelitis,
Haemophilus influenza type b (Hib),
Diphtheria/tetanus/pertussis (DTP),
Hepatitis B (HBV),
Measles/mumps/rubella (MMR).

No

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