Now, why would anyone in their right mind pour coconut oil in their hair? You wouldn’t be the first one to ask this question. Apparently, coconut oil is one of the best home remedies available you can use to maintain a beautiful head of locks. I conjure up images of tropical island survivors planted on a small tropical island with a tall tree of coconuts towering over their heads. This is my perception of coconut oil. But this couldn’t be further from the truth.
Body Butter is great for giving tired, dry skin an extra helping of moisture. Since it’s made with nourishing oils and nut butters, body butter is able to penetrate deeply into your skin – unlike lotions, which mostly lie on the surface and quickly evaporate due to their high water content.
Blackheads are small, unsightly, dark-colored bumps, that form when skin pores become blocked with sebum and dead skin cells. The only difference between a blackhead and a pimple (or whitehead), is that blackheads lack a skin covering and are exposed to the air. The surface cells of the sebum plug develop sulfides, which react with oxygen and turn the cells black.
Feel your confidence shine, just like your hair!
Dry and damaged hair is a common problem amongst both men and women nowadays. Since the use of hair straighteners, curlers and hair colouring has risen so has the number of individuals suffering from lifeless locks! These sufferers are not one in a million, they are in fact both me and you.
Having healthy luscious hair is a dream for most people, one that can prove expensive. Various ‘serums’ and ‘hair masks’ have been marketed for the dull, damaged and split end afflicted tresses. Although, the truth is these expensive treatments are rarely worth the money, or effort we all pour into them in the hope of finding a result.
Symbols are a huge part of our lives. Although various symbols have different forms and meaning, they all do one thing: send us a message. They help us in communication, especially when language is a barrier, as well as to identify ideas and concepts based on what they represent.
Indeed, symbols matter, especially in today’s generation when globalization is happening. More and more people are now traveling to countries where their native tongue isn’t being widely spoken because symbols help them communicate with individuals who are not, say native English speakers.
For example, a couple traveling to Japan will be able to find their way to the subway or bus station through symbols. A solo backpacker will also be able to follow road signs to, say a hospital for medical help or a police station for assistance.