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Top 11 Ways to Hide Your Face Lift Surgery in Women

Facelift surgery may take 1-2 weeks to heal enough to be able to put make-up on and go back to the office. Here are 11 tips to heal faster and to hide your surgery:

– homeopathic medications before and after surgery

– avoid blood thinners before and after surgery

– get optimal skin care before surgery

– body position right after surgery, including icing right after surgery

– control your high blood pressure before and after surgery

– use antibiotic cream

– change your hairstyle right after surgery, grow your hair longer, or get extensions

– use anti-bruising cream

– avoid vigorous exercise right after surgery

– wear makeup over the areas of bruising and swelling

Before you even have surgery, some people feel that Arnica, a homeopathic medicine, may help reduce swelling and bruising. You should take 1-2 tablets the night before surgery and several tablets after surgery, to help with healing. Arnica cream, right after surgery applied to areas of bruising, may also help to reduce pain and swelling.

Aspirin, Ibuprofen, and even certain foods and supplements may make your blood thinner, causing more bruising and swelling right after surgery. To get the fastest healing possible, you should consult with your Plastic Surgeon about what medications and foods to avoid, before and right after your facelift.

Optimal Skin Care includes mainly prescription medications, such as Retin-A, hydroquinone, glycolic soap and peels, and other lotions. Great skin care before surgery allows your collagen to be more organized and thicker, so that you can heal faster after your surgery. This should be started at least 1-2 months before your facelift.

Right after surgery, your body position should be optimized to reduce swelling and bruising as well. Your head should be elevated and above your heart level. You may also want your head to rest on pillows.

You should have ice packs or cold compresses available to place on your face, to reduce swelling.

Patients with high blood pressure should monitor and control their blood pressure before and after surgery. Do not forget your hypertension medications! High blood pressure may contribute to swelling right after surgery and lowering your blood pressure with medication will help.

You will probably be told to use antibiotic cream right after surgery to help your incisions heal. It is important to do this consistently, because this cream will help your incision heal faster and form less scar tissue.

Changing your hair style right after your facelift is a good distraction. Your friends and family will be visually directed towards a change in hair color, extensions, or a different cut. You may want to wear your hair longer than usual before surgery, since the longer hair after surgery can help hide your surgical sites. Longer hair over the forehead may distract from a forehead lift and hair over the ear areas may hide the ear incisions.

You want to avoid exercise for several weeks until your Plastic Surgeon says it is ok. Exercise increases your heart rate and blood pressure, which increases bleeding and swelling in your surgical areas. You should wait until your incisions have healed before working out.

Wearing makeup is also an alternative. Again, you should ask your Plastic Surgeon when you can apply makeup to your facelift areas, which can hide or camouflage your surgery.

Check with your plastic surgeon to talk in depth about your individualized plan to recover from your face lift surgery.

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Ubtan – World’s First Known Cosmetic

To look beautiful has been an obsession with men and women alike throughout the ages but it differs from one land to another and also according to the time and mode of living. The desire of looking enchantingly beautiful laid the foundation of world’s first known natural cosmetic – ‘Ubtan’, initially started as a ritual in India. The ritual of ‘Ubtan’, also known as ‘Battne di Rasam’ in Punjabi, and ‘Kappumanjal’ in Tamil is one of the vital components of the concept of ‘Solah-Shringaar’ (Sixteen ways of beautification of body). ‘Ubtan’ is a body application used for the beautification of the body, dating back to the remotest antiquity and is the legacy of the rich Indian Heritage.

It is believed that during Vedic era, it was being prescribed by the Vedic Physicians for the protection, nourishment & beautification of the skin. The apparent results obtained with the application of ‘Ubtan’ gave it a wide-spread publicity by which perhaps it became a fashionable routine for men & women, those days, to apply it for the beautification of skin and later on established its credence as a ritual for brides & bridegrooms before marriage.

‘Ubtan’ which is used to bring a enchanting look to the skin, is the paste-mixture of turmeric, saffron, san¬dalwood, bengal-gram, and seeds of yellow mustard, mustard oil and water, is applied by the brides & bridegrooms while reciting ‘Ved Mantras’ or traditional folk songs, as an important ritual of marriages in India. This paste is prepared in various ways to make the skin fair and to nourish it from within. On the occasion of social and religious festivals, preparation of ‘Ubtan’ itself is a fairly enjoyable task for ladies in India. The paste is applied to the whole body for 25 to 30 minutes thereafter scrubbed before taking the customary bath. It helps to improve and tighten sagging skin and keeps the skin glowing for a long time. Earlier it was also customary to make special cosmetics for ladies of high rank and social classes, by adding several other aromatic herbs, yoghurt, milk cream, honey and essence of flowers. Various other ingredients are also added like petals of rose and jasmine, Khus-Khus, drop of lemon juice and other herbs to get a unique beautifying lotion.

‘Ubtan’ is a a powerful exfoliating treatment that stimulates the underlying tissues of the skin. Upon scientific researches of its ingredients, it has been found that the ‘Ubtan’ not only enhances beauty, but also possesses definite medicinal values by virtue of its antifungal, antibacterial, antiperspirant, deodorant & skin-toning properties, thereby ruling out the possibilities of skin infections. It serves the multi¬purpose role of cleanser, astringent, stimulant, and skin-tonic all at the same time. By its revitalising, refreshing & refining actions, ‘Ubtan’ helps in the glowing of complexion and making it appear luscious. It also gives protection from various skin problems including acne, pimples, blemishes, white patches, freckles, blackheads, etc. Its regular usage prevents the occurrence of premature wrinkles, removes scars, & helps to lighten the open pores. The natural ingredients of ‘Ubtan’ build up flabby and drooping tissues, improve blood circulation & skin texture, provide anti-aging, anti-wrinkle, anti-rash, anti-blemishing, anti-bacterial, anti-tanning effects to the skin and nourish it.

As a beauty aid, Curcumin – the alkaloidal content of the main ingredient of Ubtan, Turmeric prevents and cures pigmentation, maintains the PH balance and makes the skin glow. Santalol in Sandal¬wood helps in inhibiting the growth of micro-organisms and preventing skin infections. The woody fibre & Vitamin C in Bengal gram open the blocked pores, maintain the secretions from glands and bleach the sun freckles. Due to its Sandalwood contents, ‘Ubtan’ acts as an astringent and helps to tighten the pores. The crocetin contents of Saffron add to the lustre of the skin and make it glow. The rough nature of Bengal gram powder cleanses it by removing the dead infected parts of the skin. It is also used to promote healing of the cracked & inflamed skin.

The glowing glory and the amazing pharmaco-kinetics of ‘Ubtan’? Were our ancestors really aware of them? It seems they really were. Hats off to them!

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Popular Beard Styles For Black Men

Keeping a beard has become a trendy fashion today. There are many popular beard styles of black men who have always drawn inspiration from people who are not hesitant to push the boundaries. These unique styles help them to have an attractive personality. No matter which style you want to choose to complete your look, it is important to match it with your face shape and body to make sure that it looks good on you.

There are so many types of beards of black men that you will have to find out which will add more value to your look and style. You should also take care that your hair style also matches with the chosen beard style. Here are some of the unique choices to experiment with to see which one looks the best on you:

Full – In the past, this used to be the favorite beard style for black men of the senior class. This classic style has made a comeback in recent years and has become popular among people of all ages. The best thing about this style is that it can go with any face, regardless of the haircut and hair growth pattern.

Five O’clock -This is the perfect three day old beard that can make one look irresistible. It gives the appearance of the five o’clock shadow. In this style, the cheeks and the neck need to be shaved daily to master the look. Beard shampoo and oil can be used for a shiny look. You can trim the beard every three days to maintain the irresistible look.

Goatee– This is one of the most popular beard styles for black men. You can sculpt it in different ways to get the desired look. It is a small beard under the chin and can take several forms.

Van Dyke– Derived from the name of the famous Flemish portrait artist Anthony Van Dyck, this style consists of a straight beard on the chin and a mustache not connected to the lips.

Chin Curtain– Grow a full beard and shave the mustache to get this style. You can also trim down the cheeks post too following the jaws in a linear way.

Mutton Chops– This is considered to be the most daring style. For this, you need to allow the hair on the sideburns to grow longer, denser and larger and shave the chin area, the mustache and the soul patch.

There are many other beard styles for black men like, short boxed, crusader, chocolate, duck tail, mid-range stubble, Garibaldi, circle, shaved, tight and chin curtain with mustache.

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You Can Get Rid of Ugly Toenails

As a medical and beauty journalist, I often get questions about “ugly toenails” and how to remedy them. Having had ugly big toenails (caused by onychomycosis or fungal infection of the growing base) for over 14 years, I have become somewhat of an expert in this persistent condition and how to restore damaged toenails to some semblance of beauty. Here are a few pointers:

1. If you think you have a toenail infection (usually heralded by a yellowish discoloration of the nail and/or thickening), act quickly! Soak your toes in vinegar daily, or apply a 3% hydrogen peroxide with a Q-tip twice a day. Caught early, most cases of onychomycosis are treatable.

2. Always let your toes out to air as often as possible. Fungus cannot develop in the presence of ultraviolet light and oxygen. (Fungi love dark, damp places like socks and closed-toed shoes.) Go barefoot at home, or wear thongs, and don your sandals when you’re out. Never, ever wear plastic or vinyl shoes that do not have breathing holes.

3. Don’t fall for any of those ads on eBay or elsewhere on the Internet, claiming that some ancient cure emanating from uncle so-and-so in an obscure Mediterranean village cured the seller’s ugly toenails. The solutions they sell (often for over $20 a small bottle) are either diluted vinegar or hydrogen peroxide. I fell prey to one of these sellers and paid $25 a bottle for a few drips of hydrogen peroxide in distilled water.

4. Ditto for tea tree oil/melaleuca and oregano oil. These may be an anti-fungal in action but once onychomycosis has taken hold, there’s not much either can do.

5. Beware of prescription meds for onychomycosis, such as Lamisil® (terbinafine) and Sporanox® (itraconazole) in tablet form. These have to be taken for the long-term (up to 12 weeks) and are extremely expensive (over $500 last time I checked). The products come with warnings about liver health and some cases of liver damage have been reported. Is the health of your entire body a sensible trade-off for pretty toenails? More recently, Lamisil® has become available as a cream or spray.

You may want to try this instead. After 13 years with severely thickened and deformed toenails, the cream finally restored my nasty toenails to healthy, thinned down, pink ones. First, I filed down the “tabletop” of the nail, being very careful to stop before it became too planed down and I hit the skin underneath. Then I applied the cream nightly and in the morning for two months. After this, I used it only at night (after washing my feet of course) and rubbed in oil of oregano in the morning. This produced the miracle I had been waiting for. But what if you are going on vacation where your tootsies will be revealed, or you are going out for a night on the town and want to wear your strappy stilettos with the peep toes? This brings me to:

6. Check out the local nail salons and find one where they will apply fake toenails. It will likely cost you in the region of $12 and you’ll be sporting a pair of brand new, pretty feet. Be sure to have the nails removed as soon as possible though, as fungi can spread underneath, spoiling your best efforts to have beautiful toenails again. Getting rid of ugly toenails can be done, even after many years. Trust me. I did it, and you can too.

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From Hourglass to the Pear – 6 Female Body Types Explained

It is important that every woman knows her body shape for several reasons. You will have the advantage of knowing how to dress to flatter your specific figure, as well as how weight gain and loss will effect your overall shape. Are you a pear that tends to gain weight in your hips and thighs? Are you an inverted triangle looking for tips on how to slim your waistline? I’ll briefly describe the 8 female body types –

1. Inverted Triangle: Imagine a triangle – now turn it upside down, and that is a pretty accurate image of what this body type looks like. Your upper body is proportionately large, with broad shoulders, a side back and large bust. Your breast may not be “ample” per se, but your upper torso is just full in general. Your hips are slim and narrow, your butt tends to be on the flatter side and your waistline is not very defined. You may even describe yourself as “stocky”.

2 & 3. Pear and Spoon: The Pear and Spoon female body shapes are very similar with the most noticeable difference being in the hips. For women with a pear shape, their hips gradually slopes out from the waist, making for a more smooth curve line. With a spoon body type, the hips almost jut out from the waist, creating a noticeable “shelf”. Both the pear and spoon type includes a much smaller bust and a small waist.Pears and spoons are definitely curvy, but lack proportional balance between the bust and hips which is the primary trait of an hourglass figure.

4. Top Hourglass: The primary difference between a top hourglass and regular hourglass is obviously in the bust measurement. An hourglass body type is known by the matching bust and hip measurement and slim waistline. In a top hourglass, the bust and hip measurements are slightly off, for example a measurement of 40- 28-39 would be considered a top hourglass body type.

5. Hourglass: The hourglass body is the most desirable. Women strive for this body type and men overwhelmingly select an hourglass as the most feminine and attractive in most every study conducted. If you are an hourglass, consider yourself lucky! Your bust and hips are proportionately balanced, your waist is small and well defined and you likely have a really nice round butt!

6. The Ruler (Straight) Body: This body build is similar to the shape of a rectangle. Your bust and hips are proportional, and your waist is not very defined. Ruler body measurements would be something along the lines of 38-37-38. This is not an ideal body shape for most women as it can look very boyish in appearance.

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Colored Multifocal Contact Lenses

Contact lenses are a good alternative to traditional eyeglasses. They are normally placed on the cornea of the eye. A variety of colored contact lenses (both prescription and non-prescription) are available in the market today. They work better than any eye make-up. Like conventional contacts, certain colored contact lenses are also used for astigmatism or bifocals.

Colored multifocal (or bifocal) contact lenses are becoming very popular for several reasons. Besides correcting near vision and distant vision, they can totally change the color of eyes or can serve to improve dark or light eye color. Since the lens is used for two distinct purposes, multifocal contacts are designed in various ways. In some styles, near and far corrective parts are seen on the same area of the lens. But in some other designs, the two parts are placed away from each other.

There are mainly three common styles – the alternating, simultaneous, and concentric vision styles. In an alternating lens, the distant visual correction is fixed on the top half of the lens, while the near visual correction is on the bottom. This arrangement enables you to look up to distant objects, or look down to read a book. In the simultaneous bifocal lenses, the two corrective parts of the lens are placed very close to the center (almost at the pupil). In a concentric lens, the distant vision part is near the perimeter of the lens, while the near corrective is close to the center.

Among the many choices for colored contacts are visibility tints, enhancement tints, opaque color tints, and light-filtering tints. Visibility tint lenses do not affect your eye color. Enhancement tints are used for the purpose of improving the eye’s natural color. Opaque tint lenses are designed to alter eye color, and consist of several tiny colored dots to attain the color change. But, center part is left clear for vision purposes. Light-filtering tints are designed to enhance certain colors and diminish others.

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Tragus and Anti-Tragus Piercings

Tragus piercings and anti-tragus piercings are becoming increasingly popular – in fact, tragus piercings are now one of the most common ear piercings around. Ear piercings are the most familiar form of Body piercings and the tragus and anti-tragus are fresh expressions of the mundane ear lobe piercings.

The tragus is a thick little piece of cartilage that juts out from the ear canal. To get an understanding of the exact location of the tragus, place a finger by the outer corner of your eye. From this point, trace the finger back, in a straight line, until you touch your ear. The first piece of your ear you will feel is your tragus. You should be able to grasp this little nub between your fingers – this is where the piercing will go through.

There are all sorts of misconceptions about the tragus. Some people may try to tell you that piercing your tragus will affect your balance – that is simply not true. Your balance is affected by fluids in your ear drums, which are located deep within your ears, and are far away from any pierce-able surface. The tragus does not have anything to do with your balance, so don’t be fooled by uneducated people who might try and tell you otherwise. In fact, the only purpose a tragus has is to hold your headphones (such as the standard iPod headphones) securely in your ears; and once pierced, there are thousands of headphones to choose from which will not irritate your piercing. Honestly, the tragus has nothing to do with your ear, your hearing, or your balance. It is just a flap of cartilage – perhaps if humans developed sonar and echo-location the tragus would be useful (super developed traguses help bats use sonar, for example) – but alas, on our species, it’s just a surface begging to get pierced!

The tragus is recommended to be pierced with a captive bead ring, but a barbell will suffice. The reason rings are almost always preferred for the initial piercing as opposed to barbells is because rings tend to heal quicker, better, and more securely. Once healed, you can use any type of jewelry, even typical jewelry normally reserved for ear lobes. Your piercer will help you choose which gage is right for you (and by the way, expanding the tragus is not unheard of, but rare), mark the location on your ear, and push the needle right through. Some piercers may put a cork behind the tragus to “catch” the needle, some piercers just use clamps to aid the needle through, and yet others just use their hands. Each piercer is different, so they will pierce according to their style. Clamps are the most common method, and many people report that the actually clamping to secure the skin hurts more than the piercing! The tragus piercing should be painless – there aren’t a lot of nerves there – but some people do feel slight and temporary pain. Because it is so close to the ear, some people even say they hear a little “pop!” sound as the needle pushes through. Should you hear a little noise, it’s nothing to be concerned about. Once the needle is in, the jewelry is slid into place and secured, and you are done! The whole process, from prep to finish, shouldn’t take more than five minutes.

The tragus does take a while to heal – sometimes up to a year to be fully and completely healed. Many people irritate their new piercing by placing their dirty cell phones up to their ear or by sleeping on the ear with the piercing. I suggest NOT doing either of these for at least the first six months. If your piercing does become infected (and it shouldn’t with proper aftercare), soak it in warm salt water, don’t touch it with your hands, and perhaps (using a q-tip) rub some diluted tea tree oil around the piercing. Never use any sort of rubbing alcohol, for this will irritate and scar your piercing. Your piercer will give you a complete rundown of what to expect and how to handle your new piercing though, so pay attention to their advice.

The Anti-Tragus is very similar to the tragus. It is pierced the same way, the aftercare is the same, and the healing time is the same too. To locate your anti-tragus, place a finger on your earlobe (generally where someone’s first ear piercing would be) and with your finger, draw a straight line up. The flap of cartilage you come to before the empty space is your anti-tragus. Your tragus and anti-tragus are located very close to each other, and the anti-tragus is just opposite of the tragus. Just like the other piercing, this piercing does not affect your hearing or balance. The anti-tragus is rarer than the tragus, mostly because many people don’t think they can get this area pierced, but it can be pierced and it does look great when healed. Curved Barbells and captive ring beads are used most frequently in these piercings.

If you are considering an anti-tragus or tragus piercings, be sure to use a licensed professional. Once it is fully healed, the way your ornament or decorate the piercing is completely up to you, and the jewelry possibilities are endless!

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Non-Prescription Glasses and Their Benefits

Learn why non prescription glasses are necessary for the eyes in particular and our health in general!

Our eyes are one of the most beneficial sense organs in the body. These delicate organs help us to visualise the beauty in our surroundings. So, why do we need to cover them up with dull spectacles, especially if there is no optical complication involved? The fact is that there are a lot of dust particles and impurities that can go into our eyes, affecting your vision on a permanent basis. Damage to the eye(s) can prevent you from exploring the world further and may even cause other health problems. As a result, it is clear that our eyes need more protection than any other part of our body. For this reason alone, many people employ non-prescription glasses as a safety measure. Nevertheless, one can raise a finger towards the use of such glasses.

It is true that styling has always been the primary reason for people using non-powered eyeglasses. One cannot deny the fact that these types of eyewear can provide a sort of personality enhancement unmatched by any other accessory. Nevertheless, these glasses serve another important purpose. They prevent the minute of impurities that tends to enter your eyes. Even a tiny speck of dust particle on the eyeball can cause immense pain. Moreover, they can be quite difficult to get rid of. As such, non-prescription glasses provide complete covering over the eye, preventing minute particles from going in.

It is fairly common that when a person gets old, it becomes difficult for him/her to read. This acuity-oriented problem is in direct association with the aging muscles in the eye. As a result, those things that are near to us become quite difficult to scrutinize. This can be observed especially in the case of avid readers who have to go through text all the time. Moreover, if you wear reading glasses with prescription all the time, it can be a cause of concern, as you will need to shift focus from one part of the lens to another on a frequent basis. The best way of dealing with it is to use non-prescription glasses that come with a certain degree of power. Such glasses help in magnifying letters and words that may seem minute to the naked eye. This way, one can also rectify problems with bifocal reading.

Many doctors believe that problems with eyesight can affect the level of sugar in blood. As a result, kids are encountering the problem of short sightedness from an early age. This complication prevents them from studying properly in the classrooms. By using contact lenses with a negative power and then covering them up with thin eyeglasses, one can do a world of good for his eyesight. In addition, these glasses have a direct impact on one’s health. Unlike sunglasses, they can be worn for a longer period. Big eyegear makers like Oakley and G&G are offering good discounts on many of their products both, through third party stores and online sale. Some of the best deals and choices in non prescription glasses can be found online. Visit the eyewear section of sites like Amazon or eBay and you could buy some neat looking spectacles and sunglasses for as low as $5.50!

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What’s the Difference Between Mineral Makeup and Regular Makeup?

The latest buzz in the beauty industry would without a doubt be the emergence of mineral make-up. Primarily as a foundation, you can also find mineral makeup in blush and eyeshadow formulations as well.

The main difference between mineral and regular makeup is in the ingredients used to create the product and that most mineral makeup is in powder form. Of course other factors such as how it looks on your skin and the added natural benefits are a reason it is becoming such a hit with beauty shoppers.

While most mineral cosmetics claim to be made with natural or safe ingredients, it is still important to read the ingredient list as some companies may include some chemical compounds. If at all possible, avoid paraben preservatives and choose only 100% certified organic mineral makeup.

Another benefit is that the makeup offers a natural sun protection. While not as high as your SPF 15+’s, it still provides adequate cover if you are just going shopping or out and about during the day.

It doesn’t clog pores which is great news for those with oily or problem skin, and depending how it is applied can also minimize the appearance of fine lines and imperfections.

Women of all ages and skin types (even sensitive) can use mineral makeup although those with dry skin may need to use a moisturizing lotion underneath their foundation.

Because it generally comes in powder form it needs to be applied with a brush, but a damp sponge can also work giving a heavier finish. Blending in a circular motion usually gives the best look.

Another reason that many people are choosing it over regular cosmetics is that it gives a very natural ‘no makeup’ look. It makes you look if you have perfectly flawless skin when that may not really be the case at all!

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Tips On How To Care For Leather Bed Frames

It is often a challenge when instructions that come with furniture are not as situation specific and informative as owners would like them to be. Remember that maintenance for leather bed frames differ from caring for a wooden bed frame as well as classic beds. This guide serves to help owners in caring for any kind of real leather furniture may it be a bed frame or a sofa set.

Before starting the cleaning process, make sure you know what kind of leather furniture you have. This can usually be found in the tags that come with your new furniture or in the instruction manual. There are many types of leather used for furniture and not all are the same. To make sure you know exactly what kind of leather you have, it is best to do the search online as there is a process to test the leather to determine the its type.

Leather is very delicate material and extremely sensitive to heat. Make sure you place furniture away from fireplaces and direct sunlight. Neglecting to do so can dry and crack the surface of the leather. When you notice an area that is getting too dry than it normally would be, use petroleum jelly to cover the area and just wipe off the excess amount.

To clean your leather furniture use soap that is not too harsh and has a moisturizing element in them. Use a soft cloth with soap to wipe the surface to remove dirt. Do not put too much soap and do not rinse it with water. Leather absorbs water so it is important not to use water. Just wipe the soap off with a dry cloth and polish it after.

Always use a leather conditioner to maintain the glamour of your furniture. Good leather conditioners can be bought anywhere but make sure that you read what you are buying before purchasing them. For the best results use a leather conditioner that has been tried and tested. Rub the conditioner around and leave it in for some time so the leather can absorb it then buff after with a dry soft cloth.

Avoid spilling liquid on your furniture because leather may absorb it. A quick fix for liquid spills on leather furniture is to use a clean cloth to dab the wet area while being careful not to spread the liquid outwards. Dab inwards starting from the sides and keep dabbing until it is dry. Allow it to air dry.

Now butter, grease or oil stains are not to be panicked about. Just wipe it off with a dry cloth until everything is removed and leave it that way for a few days. In most cases, this will not be visible anymore by this time but if the stain is still obvious, use leather furniture cleaner to repair the area.

Ink stains can be removed by a simple piece of cotton or cotton bud that is soaked in alcohol or vinegar. Rub it over the stained area and that should remove the ink stains. However, if the stain would not come off, use an acetone-free nail polish remover to do the trick. Once done, use a hair dryer on low setting to dry the area.

Printed paraphernalia if left on your furniture can leave print marks. To remove this, use a can of aerosol hair spray on the affected area, spraying ever so slightly then wipe it off with soft cloth immediately.

A few reminders to ensuring you can avoid damaging your furniture are a few basic things that every individual already knows. Use your furniture appropriately. Do not sit on the foot end as it is not intended for this purpose and sitting on it can distort the shape of your furniture. Also, if you are a smoker, it is best to avoid leather furniture as cigarette burns on leather cannot be repaired.

Furniture of any kind such as a wooden bed frame, leather bed frames or classic beds are only a worthy investment if it can last. Buying new furniture due to neglect of the current set is a waste of money. So before purchasing any kind of furniture it is best to be aware on how it is maintained so you know if you can commit to caring for it. Furniture always needs love and care every so often and it is up to you to keep its beauty and durability as good as new.

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