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20 Jan 2016
Sleeping doesn’t mean your body has shut down, your body keep son working and the least you can do is give it a little nudge in the right direction. There are bedtime beauty habits you should cultivate to help your body stay fit and avoid age hitting you too fast. These beauty habits would help…
19 Jan 2016
Sleeping doesn't mean your body has shut down, your body keep son working and the least you can do is give it a little nudge in the right direction. There are bedtime beauty habits you should cultivate to help your body stay fit and avoid age hitting you too fast. These beauty habits would help…
27 Nov 2015
SOMETIMES called living walls, green facades, bio walls, eco walls or vertical gardens, green walls are a dynamic way to green a vertical built surface. Green walls refer to vegetation that grows directly onto a building’s façade or to vegetation that is grown on a separate structural system that can be free standing and adjacent…
8 Sep 2015
MOBILE phones, tablets and laptops could trigger skin cancer by reflecting the sun’s harmful Ultra Violet (UV) rays, scientists have warned.
3 Sep 2015
Sun, sweat, salt water and chlorine can damage a naturally silky hair and those with hair extensions. Too much heat can turn those extra waves into a tangled disaster, and this is something we certainly have to avoid. The hair made of extensions can be treated just like your regular hair. It's the bonds or…
28 Aug 2015
WE usually get carried away with young people and are usually telling them what to do to forever remain youngish looking, that we sometimes forget that people actually grow older whether we like it or not.
12 Aug 2015
THE recent heat sent many of us reaching for the sunscreen. But now, some experts are warning this may not protect us against a potentially harmful sunray: infrared.
23 Jul 2015
Golfers at the Canadian Open should put away their umbrellas and grab their sunscreen. After rain and wind delayed the British Open and forced the first Monday finish since 1988, weather is setting up almost perfectly for Canada’s national open at Glen Abbey Golf Club. Now that the wet, wild and windy time in Scotland…
23 Jun 2015
A scientist has warned that sunscreen, car dashboards and some other everyday items contain potentially dangerous chemicals, which he claims are poisoning men’s chances of fatherhood.