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Do you suffer with hair loss? Is dandruff a big problem for you? Do you suffer with a tight and itchy scalp? Is your scalp sensitive? Is your hair brittle and weak? Are you one of many who have fine hair? Is an oily and damp scalp causing you to have sleepless nights due to the menopause? These are the problems that millions of people face with their hair on a day to day basis and have no idea what hair products to use to solve these problems.
Many factors cause hair loss, a bad diet, hormonal in balances, ill health and genetics to name a few. People are different and whatever causes hair loss the problems starts at the weakening of the hair roots. Top quality professional products and sound advice is the key to solving your problems. La Biosthetique Methode Regenerante is used by Tricologists all over the world. The Methode Regenerante care concept provides everything needed for improved hair growth and support. Bio Fanelan shampoo and Bio Fanelan Regenerant Premium are just a few of the hair products in this range and are big sellers for La Biosthetique using all natural ingredients which don’t enter the blood stream.
Dandruff is a problem many people face on a day to day basis. An over production of micro organisms is the cause which breaks down the immune system and weakens the hair. La Biosthetique’s Methode Pellicules is an effective hair product which protects against dandruff and does so in three phases. The scalp no longer has dandruff deposits, microbes caused by dandruff are reduced and dandruff returning is considerably reduced.
Dry scalps are very common. People wonder why their scalp is itchy and tight and don’t know what hair product to use to solve this. The problem is that the sebaceous glands in the scalp don’t produce enough oil, scientifically known as sebum. The scalp loses its equilibrium and it becomes prone to negative factors such as heat and damaging sun rays. The scalp becomes itchy and tight and the hair starts to lose its natural shine and becomes brittle, hair breaks and may even begin to fall out. La Biosthetique’s Methode Vitalisante is the perfect hair product to solve this problem and is once again used by tricologists all the over the world. Lipokerine B shampoo, Genesicap Plus and Visarome Dynamique B are the products recommended in his range.
Sensitive scalps cause redness, itchiness and can hurt to the touch. Sensitive scalps are sensitive for a reason and can be relieved by the right hair product and advice. La Biosthetique’s Methode Sensitive helps towards calming redness and irritations. Lipokerine E, Ergines E and Visarome Dynamique E are scientifically proven to reduce scalp irritations by up to 54%.
An oily scalp is caused by overactive sebaceous glands and a damp scalp causes the scalp to sweat. Hair soon starts to look weak and lifeless and hair loss occurs. The menopause is one of the biggest factors of a damp scalp and hot sweats leave the hair constantly damp and unmanageable. La Biosthetique’s Methode Normalisante restores and balances the scalp. Lipokerine A, Ergines A and Lotion Hydrotoxa reduces sweat secretion by up to 37%.
Fine hair occurs when the hair cuticle is compromised which results in the shaft of the hair being exposed to more damage. The hair loses volume and it appears limp and lifeless. La Biosthetique’s Methode Stabilisante is a hair product which gives a lasting improvement to the hair cuticle resulting in the hair becoming stronger, more volumised and full of shine.
Anti Ageing Skin Care.
As we grow older our skin starts to age and breakdown. Environmental factors and free radicals age the skin dramatically and the ageing process starts to show in our mid 30s. Our life style and the environment makes up 70% of the ageing process while only 30% is hereditary, these are worrying statistics. The Sun, pollution, central heating, air conditioning, bad diet and poor care all contribute to the ageing process of the skin.
As we age the production of collagen in the skin starts to slow down while the elastin which holds our skin firm becomes week and tired. Skin starts to become dry and taut and lack in essential oils and the water levels which keep the skin healthy start to become dehydrated, this all adds to the skin breaking down. Fine lines and wrinkles start to become more noticeable especially around the eyes, nose to mouth and forehead and the fullness in the cheeks becomes less resulting in a sallow complexion. Dehydration causes spider veins which appear around the nose and cheeks and dark circles around the eyes appear which makes you look tired and unhealthy.
We all have different skin types and we all need different levels of help. Skin types range from extremely dry, balanced to oily and extremely dehydrated to balanced. Our skin needs help with its oils and water levels and our skin is at its healthiest when it has a balanced result.
Firstly, care is the biggest problem for ageing of the skin. We all tend to look after our internal organs and worry about our health but we forget that our skin is an organ and the first one we actually see and feel on a day to day basis. A balanced diet, good nutrition and plenty of water will feed the skin and draw back the ageing process, this is essential to keep our skin at its healthiest.
Cleansing with good quality cleansers for your particular skin type will keep the skin healthy, remove grime and bacteria and rid the skin of dead skin cells which congest the skin making it look pale and tired. There are different cleansers available on the market. For people who are over the age of 35, who have dry oils will need a cleanser which not only deep cleanses the skin but also balances the oil levels. Many cleansers on the market may be good at deep cleansing but may not be good at keeping the oil levels in check, they may strip the skin of the oil resulting in the skin becoming even more dry. La Biosthetique’s Methode Anti Age Clair De Teint is the perfect cleanser for this particular skin type, it deep cleanses, soothes and balances the oils, your skin feels clean, refreshed and full of life.
Toning the skin is also essential. A toner is perfect for hydration and removing unwanted dead skin cells. Toners are always for the hydration of the skin and should not be harsh in any way. La Biosthetique’s Methode Anti Age Visalix Hydrostabile not only tones away the dead skin but it deeply hydrates, stimulates the blood flow and soothes, your skin will feel soft and full of vigor.
Anti ageing skin care moisturisers are far more advanced than moisturisers which don’t come with the anti ageing label. With the different skin types it’s essential you get the right cream. Anti ageing creams are only needed for people who are starting with signs of ageing or for people with visable signs of ageing. Night creams are oil based and designed to regenerate the skin cells after free radical damage from day to day life. Your skin is constantly attacked throughout the day, skin breaks down and the cells die. Night creams regenerate the cells keeping the skin healthy and more youthful. Day creams are water based and designed to hydrate the skin and protect the skin from free radical damage and dehydration.
La Biosthetique’s Methode Anti Age Menulphia Riche (for extremely dry skin) Menulphia Regenerante (for dry skin) are for people with visable signs of ageing, on average age 40 and above and are to be used at night for cell regeneration. Menulphia Hydratante is a day cream to protect from free radical damage and for hydrating the skin. Menulphia means shape in French, this range of products from La Biosthetique shape the face and keep it firm and supported. La Biosthetique’s Methode Anti Age Vie Intense range of creams follow the same pattern as menulphia but are for people who are starting with signs of ageing, from age 30.
There are other anti ageing skin care products which compliment the products described above. Serums are designed to sit underneath your moisturiser and they will give your skin that added protection and regeneration. Serums are lighter than moisturisers and penetrate the deeper layers of the skin. La Biosthetique’s Methode Essential La Capsule is the perfect night serum while La Biosthetique’s Methode Essential La Capsule Beaute is perfect for the day, they both leave your skin soft and vibrant. Eye creams hydrate tired and weary eyes and are designed because the skin around the eyes are more delicate. Anti Ageing eye creams have a finer texture for this reason and are just as important as face creams. Night and day creams should not be used around the eyes. La Biosthetique’s Menulphia Creme Contour or the luxury La Creme Beaute Contour for lips and eyes are an excellent choice to compliment your skin care. Body lotions, lip balms, hand creams, shower gels which all have anti ageing properties will also benefit the skin. There are many anti ageing treatments on the market. Injectable procedures, Microdermabrasion and Anti Ageing Facials, are just a few treatments to enhance the skin and compliment your skin care products.
Hair Tools For all
We can go back centuries to find when the first hair tools we invented. Hair brushes were used as early as 2000 years ago, discovered on wall paintings in France and Spain and the first electric hair dryer was invented back in 1890 while thermo hair rollers were invented in the 1930’s and used by the upper classes.
There are now many hair tools on the market. They have become the trend for everyone’s day to day life. Women panic if their hair straightening irons aren’t working. What did we do in days gone by? It’s become the norm with all modern gadgets, we rely on them immensely.
Over the years hair styles have changed and we now see that the straight sleek look is all in fashion. Leading hair care companies like GHD lead the way with their designer Straighteners. Throughout the 1970’s and 1980’s it was the curly perm that was in fashion and the trend back then was the curling tongues. Women having sets soon went out of fashion as they found it easier to maintain their own hair with hair tools that were easy to use at home.
Men’s clippers became popular back in the 1960’s and have been used in barbering ever since. They are quicker than scissor cutting and achieve a very neat result.
Having beautiful hair is very important and we all need to look our best and that’s why people invest in hair tools for everyday use, so we don’t have to be constantly visiting a salon to get the results we desire.
The History of Makeup
Makeup has been with us from the ancient days. Although many things have changed over the years, others remain the same, like the desire of women and even some men to enhance their beauty. Another aspect that has changed is that cosmetics get safer by the day. While in the past they used dangerous substances like iodine, today the trends tend towards natural mineral makeup. Even in the religious book it is mentioned severally that women enhanced their appearance with makeup. Phrases like 'painting of eyes' used in the Bible show us that the application of makeup is nothing new.
Throughout history, women of power and wealth and especially those from the ruling dynasties were always covered with makeup before going out. They would use copper, lead or even the leftover of a burnt match to colour their faces. Archaeologists claim that there are traces of eye makeup in the Egyptian tombs dating as far back as 3,500 BC. In those days Egyptians used Kohl as eye liner. The ingredients included soot, burned almonds, lead and even copper. Later makeup included skin whitening powders and red ochre rogue for the cheeks. Over the years whitening products were well sought after, as many women found a pale look to be beautiful and make one look young. In fact it was at one point referred to as the 'mask of youth'.
The history of makeup, commercially, dates back to the 20th century. Makeup companies then began looking keenly at the aspect of safety in their products. Doctors were called in to take the cosmetics through laboratory testing and certify that they are safe to use. The makeup could then be sold in licensed stores. From 1920 to 1930 there were several products that hit the market from lipstick, powder compacts, the first liquid nail polish, foundation and blushes.
By that time makeup was popular across the divide. Whether rich or poor, civilized or not there was makeup available for all women. Some of the cosmetic companies that are with us to date cropped up back then. For instance Revlon was founded in 1930, and Maybelline in 1916. Avon is probably the earliest of them all as though we know is as a general cosmetic company, it first started out in 1886 as a perfume company. Max factor and company was also established in 1909.
Present day mineral makeup produces even safer cosmetics. The minerals are ground into powder to makeup the mineral base. Several companies that have taken up mineral makeup include Sephora, PurMinerals, Bare Minerals and others. Ingredients for mineral makeup include Serecite, zinc oxide, titanium oxide, bixmuth oxychloride and kaolin clay.
Every mineral has its own unique beautifying property. For instance silk powders and mica spheres gives the cosmetic that silky texture, providing a suitable foundation. Titanium dioxide and zinc oxide act as a sunscreen protecting the skin from harmful UV rays of the sun. zinc oxide also doubles up as an anti inflammatory. Kaolin clay is a natural cleanser, which removes dirt from the skin, clears pimples and refines the pores while still protecting the natural oils. Serecite reduces the visibility of wrinkles as it reflects light from the surface of the skin. Modern concealers like La Biosthetique Belevance are used on the eyes, mouth and nose. It comes with a brush applicator although it can also be applied with finger tips. It can be found in 3 natural shades and blends well in to the skin. It eliminates any signs of dark circles around the eyes.
Makeup industry leaders include Joseph Lauder together with his wife Estee Lauder who began a cosmetic company named after the wife in 1946 in New Yolk city. They started out with only 4 products – skin lotion, cleansing oil, all purpose crème and crème pack. Over the next couple of years the product range increased and expanded to the U.S. 1960 saw the company open a branch in London followed by one in Hong Kong. Bobbi Brown is another market leader who was concerned that most of the products looked too artificial. Her more natural looking products were well received. She went ahead to establish a company that later merged with Estee Lauder 4 years later. These are some of the important things that should be known about commercial make up.
Perfume - Engaging The Sense Of Smell
The sense of smell is the most closely related to memory. That is why sometimes you will smell something familiar, and it will take you back to a completely different place and time. For many of us, a particular scent or perfume will remind us of somebody from our past--perhaps a grandmother, a favorite aunt, your first love. Perfume is meant to engage the sense of smell and make a person more alluring. For this reason, people have been using perfume for thousands of years as a means of engaging the sense of smell and making themselves more appealing.
The act of making perfume itself began in Ancient Egypt, but the practice became refined by the Ancient Romans. The word itself translates from latin to mean "through smoke", which implies the use of different types of incense in making different fragrances. The early stages of perfume making usually consisted of essential oils and incense, and most were used in religious rituals. France saw the biggest changes to fragrances used in perfume. With the development of the art of alchemy, chemistry emerged, and with that so did eau de Cologne--an invigorating blend of rosemary, neroli, bergamont, and lemon. This mixture was used not only as a perfume, but diluted in bathwaters, infused into wine, and even eaten with a sugar lump to freshen breath.
As the French began to evolutionize the uses for perfume, different products began to emerge. Colognes, aftershave, and deodorant were born from the many uses of perfume during the 16th Century in France. Even now, modern designer fragrances often mimic early perfumes. Dolce & Gabbana offers an extensive line of perfumes and colognes for men and women which are reminiscent in earthy scents of rosemary and lemon, yet take on a feminine edge of floral undertones. They draw on rich, natural fragrance, making them alluring to people all over the world.
Other scents have also evolved from early roots. Chanel is quite possibly one of the most noted fragrances, and it is equated with wealth and prestige. A woman who is wearing Chanel No. 5. It was developed in Paris by Coco Chanel, and was said to epitomize a combination of respectability and sexuality. Chanel No. 5 was said to capture the essence of a 1920s flapper, which was a woman who was fiercely independent yet still completely feminine. The fragrance itself is musky and floral at the same time, and is reminiscent of early perfumes but with a modern feel.
Dior, Gucci, Prada, Givenche, and Viktor & Ro have followed suit in creating signature fragrances which are appealing because of their earthiness and complexity. Each fragrances utilizes the modern demands for a person's "signature fragrance", which can be worn not just for a special occasion, but as part of a regular hygeine routine. Much like the French in early Paris courts, people wear designer fragrances, deodorants, perfumed lotions and soaps, aftershaves, etc. as a means of regular grooming. Just as many women would never dream of leaving the house without applying a coat of mascara or without lipstick on, they also insist on wearing a particular fragrance.
While many people's signature scents will change throughout their lives as they mature or tastes change, there are several classic fragrances which a person will wear for life. Chanel No. 5 is certainly one of the fragrances that have many loyal users. Others from Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, and Gucci are following suit by creating a classic scent which will stand the test of time. They market towards prestige, class, wealth, and respectability all while hinting at a touch of sexuality. This is what makes a fragrance so desirable to the consumer, and one of the main reasons why a person wants a special signature scent.
Wearing a good, quality perfume can leave a lasting impression. Because scent is so closely related to memory, finding the perfect fragrance which balances your personality with sensuality is what most perfume makers aim to do. The scent of a particular perfume or cologne will often bring you back to a certain person, place, and time, and can be as alluring as a cold glass of water on a hot day. The right fragrance can absolutely make a person more desirable and make her completely unforgettable.
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