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Monthly Archives: April 2017

Cheap Beauty Products

Beauty Cheap is actually an online store that sells familiar brands of cosmetic products such as Blinc, Bioderma, GloMinerals, Elon Essentials, BR Private Collection, Jane Iredale, Intuit Beauty, NuFace, Modus Skin Care, La Roche Posay, OC Eight, Physioderme, OBAGI, Seda France, RevitaLash, Theraderm, VICHY, and TALIKA. Since Beauty Cheap is an online store that doesn’t have to worry about paying overhead and related costs, they can afford to sell cheap beauty products.

Excellent quality yet cheap beauty products are also distributed by a company called Beauty Flash. They are considered the largest and most famous beauty store in the UK as their products are sold at low and affordable prices. Take note that they only sell beauty products of the best quality. Even the best selling products are sold at the cheapest prices found in the UK and all over Europe. Beauty Flash also provides excellent customer service, offering a money-back guarantee if you are not satisfied with their cheap beauty products.

Beauty Flash was the first company to distribute Dermalogica at such low prices, even giving away free samples. Their years of experience in distributing high quality but cheap beauty products make them one of the most trusted stores in the whole of UK. Beauty Flash has a wide selection of low-priced cosmetic products to choose from, such as shampoos, conditioners, cleansers, toners, moisturizers, hand and foot care products, sunblocks, essential oils, lotions, and other beauty and skin care products.

Organic Beauty Products

1. What most people find fascinating about these organic beauty products is that most of them smell wonderful! This is because most of these products are made from essential oils that are derived from flowers, fruits, herbs and other plants that naturally emit a pleasant smell. The fragrance is more natural than what other commercial skin products have, because some of these synthetic cosmetic and beauty items smell like the chemicals they are made of or if they do smell good, it’s only because the manufacturers use other fragrances to hide the otherwise harsh smell.

Some of the more common fragrances that you can get out of organic beauty products are that of lavender, rose, papaya, coconut milk, vanilla and other natural ingredients that are harvested straight from a farm, with no other harsh chemicals added.

2. You can easily trace the ingredients organic beauty products are made of. If it says on the packaging that the organic beauty product is made from papaya, then that’s the scent that you will get. This is why these products are quite popular, because there are no hidden ingredients used, unlike the synthetic beauty items where the list of ingredients usually includes chemicals that most people are not even familiar with.

3. They are not as pricey as commercial cosmetics. Most of these organic beauty products are less expensive than the ones sold by top labels in the beauty and cosmetics industry. In fact, if you spend some time on the internet, you can even search for the recipes and create your own natural beauty product at a far lesser cost than what you will find in the market.

All about Black Beauty Standards

I grew up, a White small country girl, in apartheid South Africa – a place where by far the majority of the population is Black. One vacation I came home from boarding school to be greated by Violet who wrapped me in her big black arms, and chortled with delight, “Utyebile kakulu ngoku!” In English she was telling me that I was very fat now. I was devastated – after all, I had gained weight but I desperately wanted to be thin. It would take me years to realize that Violet was complimenting me – her black beauty standards were very different to mine.

Part of the beauty standards in Violet’s rural Xhosa culture of the 1970’s when she passed this comment, is that ‘fat is beautiful.’ To be large in her culture was considered desirable and beautiful. It meant: you were healthy, you didn’t have AIDS. It meant you were fertile, sexy and womanly enough to attract a good husband – one who is wealthy enough to provide well. It meant you were wealthy enough to eat well.

What I remember most about Violet (and the other Black women who I came into daily contact with) was that they never questioned that black is beautiful – they weren’t immersed in a mainstream Western media that seems to rank skin colors and body sizes as supposedly more valued and worthy the whiter and skinnier you are.

How can any one skin color, or one body size or shape determine a person’s worth? Why would our great Creator create any one race or culture to be more Sacred than another? That’s all just nonsensical beauty standards made up by misguided humans.

I can still clearly see Violet’s ebony skin – it had a glow to it that was almost iridescent. And when she smiled (which was often) she had this row of startling white teeth all without the latest teeth whiteners. They say beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder – I loved Violet’s blackness. White wouldn’t have suited her. I loved the way she walked, tall and proud. She could balance a bucket of water on her head and walk as gracefully as a dancer.

And she made me laugh – like the one time she came across me sun-tanning and teased me about how I liked black so much that I was trying to get the sun to help me. And when I started perming my hair and she asked me why I wanted curly hair like hers.

Here’s what I think is so sensible about rural Black African women. Firstly, they don’t have scales they hop on and off of and that determine their mood for the day. They don’t swarm to shops bursting at the seams with the latest one-0-size-fits-all fashions. They don’t have mirrors that lie telling they are fat and ugly. They don’t spend hours on magazines and tv that continually bombards them with the message that only a certain shape of thin is beautiful. Their beauty standards are far more realistic.

Beauty Care Routine

Early signs of aging can be caused by a stressful lifestyle. In order to avert signs such as wrinkles, early hair loss or even dry skin, you should be consistent with your beauty care routine and devote a specific time of the day for it. Others may not agree, but your morning can be a perfect beauty care time.

In the shower, you can actually use a loofah that can help you exfoliate dead skin in order to give way to fresh, new skin cells. You should also be choosy with your shampoo, and choose the one that fits your type of hair. There are shampoos that are specially formulated for dry hair, for oily hair and even for long hair. Get into the habit of using a conditioner regularly in order to keep your hair moisturized the whole day. After a good refreshing shower, you should always remember to put on a body moisturizing lotion that can stop skin dryness and can help your skin moisturized during the day.

You should also make it a regular part of your beauty care routine to use a facial moisturizer with sunblock that can protect your skin from the effects of the ultraviolet rays of the sun.

Beauty care can also be done anytime during the day. You can drink plenty of water and take plenty of fruits and vegetables that can give a natural glow to your skin. Beauty skin care products are plentiful, and there is really no excuse not to take care of yourself, no matter how busy your life may be. What you just need is to give it some thought, how you can incorporate beauty care into your busy schedule, and you’ll definitely be glad you did.