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Cosmetics in Everyday Life

Cosmetics have been in high demand for long, but change in social norms due to advancement in technology and fashion trends has raised the demand and glamor of cosmetics use to considerable height. The use of cosmetics has gained popularity in all walks of life, and all age groups. Previously it was the younger generation only which had the use of everyday cosmetics as a central activity in their social life cycle.

The use of cosmetics has become such a necessity that not anyone can avoid its use anymore. The increase in social activities, functions, parties, dating, relationships, media appearances, and gatherings has multiplied the demand of cosmetics by many times. People have now choices of personal brands, according to likes, age, skin color, and profession.

The sudden rise of cosmetics popularity has led to more innovations and related industries are now putting more resources into research, social surveys, advertising, and mass production. Thus, a whole new cycle of economic boom has evolved. The talcum powders and face creams were once the only candidates to be considered into cosmetics category, but now a number of new items have made a huge list. To look beautiful is everyone’s desire. Varieties like shampoos, beauty soaps, deodorants, conditioners, skin cleansing creams, face lotions, body lotions, perfumes, nail polish, sun-screens, quick blushers, moisturizers, eye shades, lipsticks, lip gloss sticks, lip liner, eye pencils, eye liners, mascara, kohl liners, foundation, face powder, hair gel, glitter, and toners can be found on dressing table of any girl.

Manufacturers have introduced separate line of brands and products for hair, skin, face, skin problems, and beauty enhancement. The lavish and glamorous advertising has attracted the masses. With such a huge variety, one has to take extra care while selecting the right products for him or her. The requirements and needs of every individual are different. It depends on many factors including age, taste, personality suiting, skin nature, and dressing patterns.

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Waxing Hair Removal Infections

If you are considering having a waxing treatment then the last thought you’ll probably think about is getting an infection. It is not uncommon to feel some irritation or discomfort during and after the treatment, but what else can go wrong?

One story that you may want to read before you go ahead is that of a lady in New York City who visited a waxing hair removal salon. After having the wax treatment, the woman happened to experience a fever. But that’s not all. She also felt pain and chills. She felt them in her left thigh. At the beginning, she simply thought that she might have caught a cold. Yet, after 5 days without getting any better, she consulted a doctor.

The doctor’s diagnosis was shocking. She was informed that she had cellulitis. Cellulitis is an infection caused by bacteria in the skin as well as its underlying tissue. One of the doctors stated that she could have lost the use of her legs!

Once diagnosed, she had to stay in the hospital for a fortnight. It took her months to recover both physically and emotionally. It turned out that the woman was not the only one who had to go to the hospital after undergoing such a waxing treatment. 2 other women in New Jersey also had the same experience. These women had to go to hospital after undergoing a Brazilian wax treatment. The worst case happened when a woman, who suffered from diabetes type 1, nearly died due to the bacterial infection after the waxing.

Waxing can be a risky business at times since when the wax if removed it pulls away dead skin and can cause tiny abrasions and tears. It is these tiny access points that let bacteria in. Waxing can also be used to remove pubic hair which helps to protect sensitive and easily infected areas.

The most problematic scenario arises when waxing creates inflammation of the skin and this leads to trapping the bacteria beneath the skin. Nevertheless, all these things do not necessarily mean that there is no way to avoid them.

While undergoing a waxing hair removal treatment, patients should keep in mind the following:

  • Choose the facility to undergo a waxing treatment carefully. Go and visit the location to make sure it is clean and hygienic and that the aesthetician has a license.
  • Speak to the specialist about the different waxes that can be used and which might be right for you. A hard wax may be more gentle and adhere well to the skin, while other waxes can be sticky and cause a lot of discomfort to the treated person.
  • Pay attention to the hygiene of the aesthetician’s hands. You should make sure they clean their hands regularly, use gloves and sterilized equipment.
  • A topical antibiotic cream should be applied for several days after wax treatment to prevent irritation.
  • Patients should also check periodically to see whether they develop rashes, have experienced tiny cuts or tears, have inflamed ingrown hairs after a waxing hair removal session. Any of these can result in infection if not careful.

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Hair Extensions and Excess Shedding Issue

Hair Extensions Shedding

Getting hair extensions can be very involved. There are many different methods available, many different types and qualities of hair to use and many different stylists to choose from. Hair Extensions are not something that you should rush into without thoroughly checking things out. Many things can go wrong if they are not properly attached, removed and maintained.

One issue that may come up with hair extensions is shedding. Shedding starts at the point of attachment. There are many different ways that the hair extensions can be attached. When the point where they were attached becomes loose, the hair extension will slip and fall out of the hair. Sometimes the natural hair will come out as well. Some shedding is to be expected. Here is a question from a woman that had this issue.

Hair Extension Question:

I have extensions that were fused into my hair using the strand method. I have had hair extensions before and it seems that I always have problems with excess shedding for some reason. I don’t have a hair thinning problem and my hair is fairly thick. I was wondering if maybe my stylist should use the hair with the glue that is already on the tips along with the regular glue she uses in the gun. Would this make the extensions more secure? I love having hair extensions, but within 3 weeks I am ready for a fill. I don’t think they should shed this much

Answer:

I’m sorry that you are having problems with your extensions falling out. This can be a very common problem with some hair extension methods. I am not a professional cosmetologist, so I cannot offer you a professional opinion. But I have done extensive research on hair extensions and I can share with you some of the information I have learned.First of all, it is normal to lose some extensions and need filling in. Most hair extensions methods require monthly maintenance visits to address this type of problem. However, if you are losing a lot of the extensions, something else may be wrong.There can be 3 reasons why your extensions are falling out.1. Your hair is not strong enough to hold the hair. (You did not mention whether the extensions are pulling out your natural hair when they fall out.)2. Your hair for whatever reason (perhaps too oily, dry, etc.) is not working well with the glue that your stylist has used.3. The extensions are not being put in properly (Did you thoroughly check out your stylist’s qualifications and training for hair extensions?)

Some of the pre-tipped hair extensions available today are with certain distinct hair extension methods that the stylist must be trained and certified to attach. The chemical makeup of the pre-tipped extensions may be different than the glue that your stylist is using. I wouldn’t think that mixing two types of glues would be good for your hair. Is your stylist concerned about too many extensions falling out? A trained hair extension stylist will know when too much shedding is taking place and some action must be taken.If you are not satisfied with your stylist, perhaps you could schedule a hair extension consultation at several other salons in your area so that you can have another professional opinion about your hair extensions. Some salons charge a nominal fee for the consultation. For more information on hair extensions, visit http://www.hairextensionsexposed.com

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Removing Unwanted Leg Hair When There is Eczema or Psoriasis on the Legs is a Really Difficult Task

Leg shaving with eczema or psoriasis all over the legs is really difficult. This article focuses on how the different hair removal method affects in case of psoriasis or eczema.

First of all, Shaving is not an option in this situation. It cannot be done on open sores. Shaving scrapes off the eczema’s top and leaves it painfully raw. But sometimes eczema does not cover the whole leg, so the parts which are not infected can be easily shaved. But that too requires shaving cream to be applied.

Also the Depilatory (hair removing creams) should not be considered. The chemicals of the depilatory will burn the skin portions infected with eczema or psoriasis and will cause lesions. Fumes can also be painful application. Moreover, it is difficult to wash the cream off without getting it on the sores. If still a person wants to use a depilatory, it should be first tested on a more sensitive area rather than the ankle and forearm. The eczema or psoriasis infected body parts are more sensitive than others.

Waxing is also not advisable on open sores as well. However when the sores are close and are not quite dry, waxing works better compared to shaving. Waxing is also less drying. The sugaring method would also have similar results. Using it on open or half healed sores might rip the skin. It should be kept in mind that the injured areas are more sensitive to heat.

At last, Twee zing remains the one and only hair removal method which is suitable for removing leg hair with Eczema or Psoriasis. Though, Twee zing is time consuming, but it is the only hair removal method which is effective and feasible with conditions like eczema sores. Hairs in the sores come out very easily. The tweezers which are needle pointed are the best for this condition because they grip the hair without pinching the skin at all. Help of another person may be needed to reach the hard places like backs of the thighs.

Any of the above mentioned methods should be applied gently on the skin. The skin should not be ripped, rubbed, or scratched. If any reaction is happened, cool water to washing the area off will work, but it should not be rubbed at all. Doctor can be consulted if it is not healed.

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How to Shave a Design in Your Pubic Hair

Imagine the shock value of getting down and dirty with a guy for the first time and having a picture, lightning rod, heart, or some other image shaved into your private area. If you want to amaze your other half, whether he’s a new guy or the spouse you’ve had for ages (read same-old-same-old), it’s a fun idea to learn how to shave a design in your pubic hair. It’s guaranteed to give your man a jolt and liven things up a bit, so if you want to learn how to shave a design in your pubic hair, here’s what you need to do.

First decide what kind of design you would like to have. Keep it simple; a rendition of the Last Supper or a troop of motorcycles is too complicated and too large for that area. The best design is an easily-recognizable and simple one. There are different ways to go about it; you can try freehand, but there are products available to help you, including templates that will make it easier for you to see how to shave a design in your pubic hair.

Once you find a site including templates you can use, print out the image. Then, get some card stock and cut out the design to use as a template. A good idea is to leave some of the top of the paper on there and tape it to your skin above the top line of your hair. Then, holding the pubic hair design template in place at the bottom, get a little shave cream and apply it. Then, take a fresh, new razor and shave away all the hair that is not under the design template. Start on one side, and then focus on the other side. When you are done, you will have hair only where the shave design template was in place. That’s all there is to it; that is how to shave a design in your pubic hair, including template advice to make it all work out well.

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Cosmetic Surgery Gone Wrong

Unless you get yourself a top-rated, board certified, experienced, plastic surgeon who can perfect your surgery while making you look the best you can be without anyone knowing you actually had surgery, you might spare yourself from a terrible case of cosmetic surgery gone wrong. When performed well, with an eye for beauty and with professional aesthetics, breast enhancement surgery can be a beautiful thing. Unfortunately, bad cosmetic surgery is a lot more prevalent than you might think.

In fact, successful cosmetic surgery results are the exception not the rule. So if you are seriously considering plastic surgery, please beware of the possible complications.

Now, before you start your search for physicians, you might want to know exactly what can happen so you are not a victim of cosmetic surgery gone wrong. Here are a few tell tale signs you need be aware of in general.

Bad Face Lifts

Probably the most common case of bad plastic surgery is from a facelift procedure. You see, in this procedure the plastic surgeon pulls the excess skin horizontally from the face towards the ear usually more than he or she does vertically. More often than not, this creates the effect of the skin looking tighter than normal at the points of attachment, namely the ears and the nose area or in the middle area of the face. This can often lead to what most people call the “windblown” effect. I think you get the idea, so I won’t bore you with the details. The worst part of this kind of a “cosmetic surgery gone wrong” is that as time goes on, the skin between the said points of attachments may sag, appearing weirder and weirder as you get older.

Another issue with facelifts is that sometimes plastic surgeons may leave obvious surgical scars, especially on the ears, making it all the more obvious that one had undergone a cosmetic surgery gone wrong. It is for this reason that sometimes patients end up hanging their hair down all the time after surgery, and may never be able to muster up the courage to pull their hair up in a ponytail or any brushed-up hairdo for that matter.

Cosmetic Surgery Gone Wrong (Addiction)

Any cosmetic surgery that is repeated too many times almost always ends up as a cosmetic surgery gone wrong. These are done by people who were not satisfied with their previous surgery results and end up spending thousands of dollars on revision surgeries in the hopes of achieving the best possible results. Some celebrities are poster children to this phenomenon and end up having very strange and unnaturally shaped noses (Michael Jackson was a famous example of this.) These people end up being addicted to cosmetic surgeries, and it becomes a vicious cycle for them. Instead of looking and feeling great, some may suffer from inevitable depression and regret for what they have done. These are only some of the many tragic cases of cosmetic surgery gone wrong.

Then there is the more famous cosmetic non-surgical procedure – Botox. This is probably the most popular procedure especially among celebrities in Hollywood. When done right, Botox is a very effective method for reducing fine lines and wrinkles on the face as well as on then neck. Before a Botox procedure, the physician examines a patient’s ability to move the facial muscles especially the muscles controlling the brow movement before injecting the Botox into the patient’s face. When the doctor fails to do this and injects the Botox into the wrong facial muscle, voila! you have cosmetic surgery gone wrong. Technically, of course, Botox is a non-surgical procedure. The patient will end up looking shocked all the time, which might appear a bit scary and weird for many people. The great thing though is that this “cosmetic surgery gone wrong” can easily be reversed through another Botox injection, as long as it is done in the correct muscle.

Having discussed a few examples of cosmetic surgery gone wrong, you may now proceed with caution and for God’s sake, do your research before hand! In order for you to prevent this “cosmetic surgery gone wrong” phenomenon, this “perfect doctor” search should your top priority. I know the word perfect may sound a bit too rigid, but trust me, it is exactly what you will need to do. No more mister nice guy (or girl) I say, and do your best in finding the best plastic surgeon available, who has the experience as well as the expertise in performing these procedures. You also need to look for someone who understands that beauty also means looking as natural as you can be. You do not want to end up like that Cat woman, now would you?

You might also spare yourself from unnecessary additional costs from revision surgeries should you find yourself not satisfied with the performance of the two-star doctor you just hired. Take this advice; it’s absolutely free of charge. By then, you can say goodbye to cosmetic surgery gone wrong, and say hello to a new and beautiful you!

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Suboptimal Thyroid Can Cause Weight Gain and Depression

One of Oprah’s viewers diagnosed her as having a problem with her thyroid. That was one factor in her constant struggle with weight. Your thyroid is the main hormone of metabolism and it affects your energy, weight, mood, temperature, fertility, menstrual cycles, hair growth, bowel movements, sleep and more. It’s a hormone that is sometimes misunderstood and it is suggested that the range of normal be changed. I will shed some light on the symptoms and tests. These are the most common symptoms and is not a complete list:

Symptoms of Overactive Thyroid- Hyperthyroidism

  • Rapid heart beat
  • Chest pain
  • Diarrhea
  • Insomnia
  • Weight loss
  • Irregular menses
  • Anxiety
  • Feel hot & sweaty

Symptom of Underactive Thyroid – Hypothyroidism

  • Weight gain
  • Fatigue
  • Constipation
  • Excess sleep
  • Depression
  • Dry coarse hair & skin
  • Poor memory
  • Hair loss
  • Muscle pain and weakness
  • Feeling cold

These symptoms can overlap with other conditions. You may have one or more of these and should report these to your doctor, have a check up and get laboratory studies to determine if an overactive or underactive thyroid is causing the symptoms. You may find a difference in opinion when it comes to measuring and interpreting thyroid levels. Here are some tests you should be aware of:

Thyroid Tests

  • TSH – this is a common screening test and most doctors order this. It is the signal from the pituitary gland in your brain that tells your thyroid to make more hormones. If it is high, it means it is shouting at your thyroid gland to make more hormones because your levels are too low. The common misinterpretation is that high means high thyroid levels and it is actually the opposite.
  • New range of normal – The current range of normal for TSH is quite wide 0.5-5. Normal and optimal are not the same. People with symptoms who are on either end of the range, may be considered normal and won’t be treated. The American Association of Clinical endocrinology and the National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry have recommended changing the range since people who don’t have severe symptoms may be suffering and can benefit from treatment. They recommend a range of 0.3-2.5.
  • Free versus bound – most hormones are carried through the blood stream by protein carriers. If they are bound to protein, they are inactive. When it comes to thyroid, the free hormone is what counts.
  • Free T4 – has 4 iodine molecules, it is a reserve or storage hormone that becomes active when it is converted to the active hormone free T3 by removing one iodine molecule.
  • Free T3 – is the active hormone. This conversion can be halted by aging, stress, nutritional deficiencies, trauma, infection, surgery, medications, hormone imbalance and diet. The hormone’s actions can also be blocked by thyroid antibodies (Antithyroglobulin or Anti Thyroid Peroxidase (TPO) Antibodies) and/or Reverse T3. The standard of care is to measure TSH and free T4 or to calculate free T4, however you can see that there is more to it than that. There also seems to be a subset of people with depression that respond better when a combination of T3 and T4 is given. The most commonly used thyroid replacement medication, synthroid, only has T4 and if you have a problem converting to the active form, it may not feel as effective.
  • Reverse T3 – binds to the same receptor as T3 and blocks its actions. If it is too high, even though all of the other lab tests are “normal” you may have symptoms of low thyroid function. The most common causes are stress and hormone imbalance. Anything that interferes with the conversion of free T4 to free T3 can also cause an elevation of reverse T3. The ratio of free T3 to reverse T3 is important. Just think of one as the gas (free T3) and the other the brake (reverse T3). If you are below the midpoint of the range of free T3 you have less gas, and if you are above the midpoint of the range of reverse T3 you have too much braking action.

Hormone balance is complex. It requires a nutritionally balanced diet, hormone balance, stress management and other factors. There may be restrictions on your doctor to do the full battery of thyroid tests. If that is the case, consult an anti aging, metabolic or functional medicine physician to help you get to the root cause of your issues and find a natural approach.

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Weight Loss Advice – Why You Shouldn’t Consider Becoming Anorexic to Lose Weight

A disturbing finding

As I was doing my routine keyword analysis for my Internet marketing, I accidentally discovered something that I am not very comfortable with. I found that there are almost more than 2,000 searches a day in the Internet, for the phrase Ways to Become Anorexic. Well, if you are reading this article, you might already know what anorexic means, but just in case if you don’t, anorexia is an eating disorder where people starve themselves despite of already being very skinny, and they are convinced that they are overweight.

I know that there are people affected to anorexia through genetics. But if you are searching ways to become anorexic by finding information in the Internet, you are not likely the one who falls under this category. Why on earth should you do something which is a potential threat to your life?

If you still think that becoming anorexic is your choice of losing weight, at least please read this article to the end. This is the only thing I ask you to do.

3 reasons why you should not use anorexia approach to lose weight

Have you ever seen anorexic people? They are thin of course. Sorry, let me rephrase, they are skinny. Well, you may think that being skinny is attractive, but try to ask those guys out there. Do they think anorexic girls attractive? Or do they think healthy and full-figured models more attractive? Being an anorexic will make you skinny, no doubt about that. But is that kind of skinny your purpose of losing weight? Weight loss is only a mean, and not the purpose. It is a mean to be more healthy, or to be more good looking, or to have more energy. Effective and successful people always focus on purpose, not means. If you want to be an effective and successful person, please do reconsider your actual purpose of losing weight.

Secondly, becoming anorexic not only doesn’t give you the outcome you want. It also come with a package of potential diseases. Do you want to know what are the potential health problems that you might get for becoming anorexia? Here are some of the list:

  • heart failure, which leads to death
  • inability to have children
  • osteoporosis (weak bones which break easily)
  • kidney failure, and you may have to depend on a dialysis machine for the remainder of your life
  • hair loss
  • gastric rupture
  • tooth decay and staining due to frequent vomiting
  • bruises easily
  • sensitivity to cold
  • death

Or maybe you choose to become anorexic because you want to lose weight fast. Believe me, there are still lots of ways to lose weight rapidly and healthily. But if your definition of fast is overnight, then you should remind yourself the saying Rome is not built in one day. Remember the saying slow and steady and win the race. Moderation and balance is always the way to win through life. Extremism will never return any solid outcome, no matter from what areas of life.

Finally I urge all blog owners, article writers and ezine publishers to write and publish your own version of articles on the dangers of anorexia. Please help me to spread the awareness on the hazards of anorexia.

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Waxing Versus Sugaring for Male Grooming Treatments

Male hair removal methods have certainly evolved through the years. Gone are the days when men used a shaving blade to remove hair in different parts of their body. The advances in technology help male grooming become safer, healthier, faster and more convenient to do.

Men remove body hair for a variety of reasons. One is to improve their appearance. Women often do not like hairy men especially if a thick mane grows out of the chest or the back. Hairs coming out of the nostrils or a bushy monobrow are also very unattractive to look at. For men who are into sports such as swimming, getting pubic hair removed is almost a must since they look unsightly with Speedos and swimming trunks. Some men remove underarm hair for better grooming and to prevent body odour.

Male waxing and sugaring are two great examples of current male grooming techniques. These two hair removal methods have a number of similarities as well as differences when it comes to application. But they do serve the same purpose which is to get rid of unwanted man hair. An estimated third of the male population regularly do hair removal procedures in the back, chest, intimate areas, legs and other areas.

Waxing

Waxing for men, also called manscaping or more recently maxing, is a popular choice in salons or male grooming studios. Most men prefer to have a waxing treatment as opposed to some of the other temporary hair removal methods available because of the numerous advantages that waxing provides including:

Areas that have been waxed often remain hairless for at most eight weeks. The reason for this is because waxing removes hairs from the roots not just on the surface and for those clients who carry out regular body waxing benefit from a slower regrowth.

Smoother skin. Areas that are subjected to waxing often have smoother skin. The wax serves as natural exfoliant since it removes dead skin cells once the wax is removed. It not just uproots the hair but the dead cells on the skin too.

Softer hair. The hair that grows after waxing is usually much softer. Also, there are no signs of stubble after waxing unlike shaving.

Reduce skin irritation. Shaving may cause irritation to the skin especially if the blade touches sensitive parts. The person may have cuts and razor bumps from shaving. Not so with waxing.

Sugaring

Sugaring is another popular hair removal option. The sugaring mixture is made up of sugar, water and lemon juice. These ingredients are combined in a lukewarm temperature. They are then applied to the skin where unwanted hair grows. The technique originated in Egypt.

Sugaring for some male grooming clients offers the same benefits as listed above in terms of the appearance of the skin, the regrowth period and smoothness of the skin.

Some male clients are drawn towards sugaring as a suitable hair removal method if they have heat sensitive skin or react to the rosins found in a lot of waxes. However it is worth remembering that a lot of the good wax companies often offer a range of products that are rosin free to offer these clients a more comfortable waxing treatment with less trauma and better results on the skin.

Waxing and sugaring are similar processes but they do have differences in the application and results and clients should research the best options for themselves.

Both methods of hair removal use a similar process; strip waxing and strip sugaring – applying the product directly to the skin and then removing with a paper strip or a piece of fabric. Non -strip waxing and hand sugaring – applying hot wax or sugar paste directly to the hair and removing without the need for any paper or fabric.

More often male clients can have strong coarse body hair and with the waxing method it can offer a better hair removal technique for various reasons; the ” shrink wrapping ” effect of hot wax can encapsulate even the smallest of hairs to ensure a smooth hair free result, something that hand sugaring often cannot achieve. New generation non-strip / hot waxes can also be applied successfully to areas where hair grows in various directions, sugaring often does not achieve best results in these areas.

Degree of discomfort. Both procedures require hair removal from the roots. This means a certain degree of pain or discomfort in both methods, but it is worth stating that for most clients this discomfort is minimal and if these treatments are carried out by a professional trained male grooming therapist as opposed to friends or partners then the difference is remarkable!! You only need to look on YouTube to see those terrible home waxing videos…

Waxing and sugaring may not be a permanent solution to male hair removal but they do provide a viable option for male grooming. The long duration before hair grows back makes them a popular choice among male clients. Both procedures are effective hair removal solutions.

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The Surprisingly Simple Treatment For Cellulite – That Works!

What if I told you that there’s a nutritional supplement at your health food store right now that, when taken in the right quantities and with the right combinations of food and exercise, can blast ugly cellulite from your stomach, hips, and thighs?

It really couldn’t get any better. Forget expensive, painful cosmetic treatments, or topical lotions that work for an hour or two and leave you lumpy and bumpy all over again. This substance is not only good for melting cellulite, it’s therapeutic for a host of other important bodily functions, as well.

So what is it?

Gamma-Linoleic Acid, or GLA

GLA is important in the fight against cellulite and general good health. Without GLA the body can’t manufacture prostaglandins, which are critical for:

  • Controlling abnormal cell growth
  • Relaxing blood vessels
  • Balancing the immune, glandular and nervous system
  • Regulating body temperature
  • Metabolizing cholesterol
  • Regulating brain function
  • Regulating blood flow
  • Regulating gastrointestinal activity
  • Regulating fluid balance
  • Regulating fat decomposition

GLA is an omega-6 fatty acid that stimulates the thyroid, which raises the body’s metabolism and causes

fat to be burned rather than stored in tissue.

The problem with GLA is that our regular diet doesn’t include adequate amounts to make a difference. That’s why it’s important to take an herbal supplement that contains GLA: Borage oil, Hemp oil, Black Currant oil, and Evening Primrose oil all contain significant amounts of GLA and basically provide the body with similar functions.

Evening Primrose Oil: Blast Cellulite and More

This amazing supplement not only contains powerful GLA to stimulate bile production, aid in circulation, and lower cholesterol-it also helps with a host of other conditions, such as menstrual cramps and to help counteract obesity.

If you’re a woman, you should be taking Evening Primrose Oil, it’s that simple. Check with your doctor first, and be sure you’re consuming the appropriate amount for your weight. And be sure to choose an organic supplement. Some brands of Evening Primrose Oil capsules include the chemical solvent hexane, which is toxic and should be completely avoided.

Can GLA Alone Get Rid of Cellulite?

While GLA is an absolutely crucial tool in your cellulite treatment arsenal, it’s not a one-stop solution. You must combine GLA supplements with very specific dietary changes, targeted exercises, and a thorough skin care regimen to get completely cellulite-free. It’s definitely achievable–it just takes a little consistent effort and discipline.

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