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                                            10 OVER NIGHT’S BEAUTY SECRETS 

Sleeping Beauty had the right idea…after all, who doesn’t want to sleep for a hundred years and wake up looking flawless? Though the story may be a fairytale, there’s still hope for those of us living in the 21st century. Here are  10 overnight beauty tips that will help you wake up with soft skin, bright eyes, perfect waves and more. The best part? All of the magic happens while you slumber, giving a whole new meaning to the term “beauty sleep.”

1.) Soften
For a pampering overnight treatment, apply Vaseline to the soles of your feet and put on socks before you sleep. The socks help bind the moisture to your feet and you’ll wake up to soft, smooth soles. Now all you need is a pair of strappy heels to show them off…

2.) De-puff

If you constantly wake up with puffy, swollen eyes, try this simple switch: Add an extra pillow and sleep on your back. This will allow the fluids around your eyes to drain easier and keep the puffiness to a minimum.  And of course, don’t forget your eye cream. Look for creams that list caffeine as one of the ingredients—it will help keep fluids moving.

3.) Create waves

To wake up with perfect waves, simply shower at night and style your hair before bed. Allow your strands to air dry until they’re damp, and run some light styling crème through with your fingers. Depending on your hair type and what kind of waves you prefer, you can either sleep in braids or twist your hair into buns. Don’t be afraid to experiment! Bed head has never
looked so good.

4.) Moisturize

Ladies with dry skin, take note: A humidifier might just change your skin forever. Turn one on before you sleep (this works best during colder months when the air is drier) and let it work its magic. It instills the air with moisture, which in turn helps plump your skin and keep it hydrated.

5.) Prevent wrinkles
Sleeping on a cotton pillowcase can cause creases on your skin and create wrinkles. Instead, pamper yourself by investing in a silk or satin one. It will lessen the pressure on your skin and help prevent hair breakage.

6.) Whiten teeth
For an easy DIY whitening treatment, try brushing some baking soda to your pearly whites right before bed. Leave the mixture on for 5-6 minutes and make sure to rinse thoroughly afterwards. This is a perfect PM beauty treatment because in the waking hours, you would normally have to wait about 50 minutes before eating or drinking anything afterwards. Just make sure you are only doing this once a week; any more, and the acid in baking soda can wear down your tooth enamel.

7.) Brighten

It’s best to apply any face products that have brightening ingredients like retinol and vitamin C in them at night. Sunlight can actually deactivate them and prevent them from working to their fullest potential.

8.) Lengthen lashes
Give your fluttery fringe some loving with a DIY lash lengthening treatment. The secret ingredient? Castor oil. This natural oil is rich in super-hydrating omega-6 fatty acids, which help moisturize your lashes and prevent breakage. Using a clean spoolie, gently brush the castor oil through your lashes each night. In the morning, just rinse with warm water and wash your face as usual. You should notice healthier lashes in just a few weeks!

9.) Repair

Smooth a leave-in conditioner into your locks before you snooze to wake up to shiny, soft strands. Applying it in the evening gives treatment more time to penetrate into your hair cuticles for optimum moisture. (For a great natural alternative, try coconut oil.)

10.) Smooth

Nail beds looking dry? Apply cuticle cream or oil before you sleep and slip on gloves afterwards. You’ll wake up to healthy, hydrated nail beds. Now you just have to decide on the perfect polish color!

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It is often difficult to maintain a daily regime of fitness and skincare especially when you are not a morning person. But there are few beauty habits you need to add in your morning regime to get a healthy and beautiful skin.

With the waking up what you need to do is fill your stomach with a large glass of water. Yes a large glass of ice chilled water is a key for kicking off your metabolism and helps you in getting started for the day. 

Another habit you can add is drink green tea. Yes Green Tea if very effective in slowing down the cell damage and packed with flavonoids. Another effective thing you can do to avoid the morning puffiness is get some morning mist from your fridge. Yes this will really make you feel more awake and activate your skin.

But to be honest, in the morning it gets really difficult to manage so many things and thus to manage your beauty regime there are few tips,

  • Plan your attires and other necessary things in advance to ignore last minute inconvenience.
  • In the morning try only those hair styles or make up for which you are sure, to work don’t mess up your regime.
Hope these tips will help you plan your morning skin regime efficiently


  • Summer is a season where extreme environmental factors prevail: the sun can take a toll on our skin. In this blog you will find all the information you need to keep your skin in good shape for summer.
  • Summer means we will just naturally be in the sun more often.
  • Several of the symptoms that we chalk up to aging are actually caused by sun’s UV light.
  • UV radiation damages the fibers in our skin (called collagen and elastin) causing sagging, stretching and wrinkles.
  • Repeated sun exposure causes cancer and fair-skinned people are at the greatest risk.
  • Both are harmful and either can cause damage to the skin.
  • UVA rays are mostly responsible for premature aging and UVB rays are the ones that burn, potentially leading to permanent damage over time.
  • Whenever you start protecting yourself from the sun, you will stop the process of additional damage and start to reverse, to some extent, what you've already accumulated.
  • If you burn 10 minutes into sun exposure, SPF 30 would give you 300 minutes or 5 hour worth of protection.
Steps to Note:
  • Atmosphere characteristics: high temperature, humidity, intense UV radiation, dryness caused by air conditioning.
  • Skin Issues: oily skin (greater sebum secretion), acne breakouts, dark spots and freckles (sun damage), dry/dehydrated skin.
  • Remedies:
  • Keep your skin well moisturized.
  • Summer calls for lighter, fast penetrating, antioxidant-rich moisturizers that lock in moisture and prevent Trans epidermal Water Loss.
  • Sunscreen!! Sunscreen!! Sunscreen!!
  • A healthy appearance of the skin throughout the summer is dependent upon sun protection.
  • To minimize UV rays-related damage, you should seek shelter during the peak hours (from 10 am to 4 pm).
  • Wear a broad-brimmed hat and sunglasses to protect the delicate skin of your face as well as your eyes.
  • Always use broad-spectrum sunscreens that provide a minimum >SPF 20 (or higher if the skin is very fair).
  • Do not skip on sunscreen; make sure you cover your entire body (including your lips).
  • Apply Sunscreen at least 3o minutes before going outdoors.
  • Reapply it every 2 hours, after swimming or sweating profusely.
Always remember…
  • The best protection from the sun is not being in it.
  • Please be sure to visit your dermatologist annually, if you’re prone to beauty marks, moles and freckles.
  • Be sure to wear sunscreen every day, even when it’s cloudy out.
  • Sun damage isn't only skin-deep. UV radiation alters the actual DNA of your skin cells, causing lines, wrinkles, discoloration, and even cancer.


It was originally initiated by the “Sight-First-Campaign” of Lions Club International Foundation in 2000.

It has been unified into VISION 2020 and is created by IAPB (International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness.) in cooperation with the World Health Organization.

The theme for World Sight Day 2016 - to be held on October 13, 2016 - is "Stronger Together".

World Sight Day is a special annual day of awareness that is celebrated around the world each year in order to focus on blindness and vision impairment.

This day was created by the World Health Organization (WHO) in collaboration with the

A large number of organizations around the world have been involved with World Sight Day for many years.

Approximately 285 million people worldwide live with low vision and blindness.

Of these, 39 million people are blind and 246 million have moderate or severe visual impairment.

90% of blind people live in under-developed or low-income countries.

Yet 80% of visual impairment is avoidable - i.e. readily treatable and/or preventable

Restorations of sight and blindness prevention strategies are among the most cost-effective interventions in healthcare

The number of people blind from infectious causes has greatly reduced in the past 20 years.

An estimated 19 million children are visually impaired

About 65 % of all people who are visually impaired are aged 50 and older, while this age group comprises only 20% of the world's population.

Increasing elderly populations in many countries mean that more people will be at risk of age-related visual impairment.

Awareness is spread through a large number of different events.

Some people choose to show their support by planting trees, while other people get involved by submitting a photograph that will be used to create an international photograph montage focusing on the theme of blindness.

Other activities that take place on this day include special fund raising walks to help cover the costs of operations, book readings for the blind and a number of booklets and posters that are created in order to raise awareness of the issue.


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International Nurses Day is celebrated around the world every May 12, the anniversary of Florence Nightingale's birth.
The IND theme for 2016 is:
Nurses: A Force for Change: Improving health systems' resilience.
Dr. Sumaya Mohammad Al Beloushi, director of nursing at the Ministry of Health and Prevention said:
“Currently, out of the 4,800 nurses in the Ministry of Health and Prevention Hospitals across the country, only 334 are Emirati. Totally, across all health care sectors in the UAE, about 1,000 Emirati nurses from both genders are employed”.
Celebrate the diversity to people in the occupation of nursing. Bear in mind that there are nurses from different social and cultural backgrounds plays a crucial role in conveying medicinal services.
Talk to people (patients, clients and partners) about International Nurses Day 2016 and the positive work of medical caretakers.
7 Ways Nurses Can Treat Their Feet Right:
Feet literally carry you through life, bear your weight and take you places.
If you are nurse, you are constantly on your feet, from eight hours to sixteen-hour shifts.  The importance of the feet cannot be over-stated. Despite their importance, the feet are often neglected. So what can you do to treat your feet right?

Baths and Pedicure:

Always wash your feet when you shower, and be sure to give them a good scrub.
Bathe your feet with Epsom salt or other organic bath salts for an extra enjoyable bath.
Mix few drops of organic lavender essential oil for a relaxing scent that also fights foot fungus.
After washing your feet, trim and file your toenails regularly. Good care of your feet prevents in-grown toenails. In-grown toenails are extremely painful. Effective foot care routine that you turn to a regular habit will leave you with gorgeous feet.

Foot Massage:

Take a step further and you have reflexology: foot massage geared toward relieving certain ailments in the body.
The principle of foot reflexology is a map for the entire body.
One part of the foot corresponds to a body part, such as the edge of the foot connects via nerve endings to the spine. If you massage certain areas, you can sometimes trigger healing of a body part.
Massage the arch of the right foot to target your liver and aid in detoxification.

Foot Cream

Combine coconut oil with a few drops of peppermint oil. The peppermint and coconut oils are antibacterial and anti-fungal and help to combat foot odor. They leave the feet feeling silky, moisturized and refreshed.

Rest Your Feet

Give your feet a nice foot bath, massage your feet.
This will help blood flow and circulation to your feet that will soothe them and help prevent soreness.


Spray magnesium right on your feet and legs. Prevents soreness and soothes your muscles. It’s an overlooked part of foot care that you should incorporate into daily routine.

Intensive Care

Calluses are completely common among nurses because they walk constantly.
Painful and unsightly though, a foot bath in Epsom salt is effective.
Scrub at the calluses with a pumice stone. Rinse your feet in apple cider vinegar. Repeat the process.
At night, apply a foot crème consisting of peppermint oil and coconut oil to the affected area. Cover the area with a bandage. Your calluses will be gone in days if you repeat this process regularly.

Never neglect your feet:

Feet are among the most important parts of the body. Like the roots of a tree, they support us, and we should repay them with tender care. Make foot care a part of your daily beauty routine and be sure to get plenty of rest for your feet. Massage your feet often, whether at home or work.
Join the celebration of International Nurse Day (IND) and care for the caretakers…!!!!


The symptoms of menopause are sometimes hard to miss and sometimes women go through this without any complications. But for some women it can be very complicated to determine the exact reason behind the problems and changes occurring in your body.

The primary symptoms that women experience during the time of Menopause vary from person to person and it all depends upon the hormone of the women. But depending upon this there are few symptoms mentioned below.

 Change in menstrual cycle: You will difficulty during your periods. Sometimes you may experience heavy bleeding, and sometimes just spots and sometimes lighter bleedings.

- Mood Swings: You may experience changes in your mood. Women often report irritability, depression in their behavior which indicates the symptoms of menopause.

- Vaginal dryness and pain during intercourse: Women generally experience vaginal dryness but this problem becomes more acute with menopausal women. To combat with this try and opt for water based lubricant and stay hydrated.

- Sleep Disorder: It may be difficult for you fall fast asleep if you are menopausal women. This is because of the changes your body is going through during menopause.

- Frequent Urination: It is very common for menopausal women to lose control over her bladder. You may feel a constant urge of going to the loo or pain while urinating. This is because during menopause the tissues in the vagina and urethra lose their elasticity. 


Very Popular quote “Beauty Lies in the eyes of the beholder” seems really true when you come across a person with beautiful eyes.   Eyes that express your thought are the mirror of your emotions.

Eyes play a vital role in our day to day chores and activities. A special attention is required for unique creation of GOD.

Eyes are the ‘Gateway to One’s Soul’, which keeps them busy all day and night – a tiring task indeed! Tired eyes need at least 8 hours of rest to fully recover.
To help alleviate eye fatigue caused by extended use of computers, long per
iods of driving, studying and reading, we presents a therapeutic tool i.e. an  eye massager.

You just have to attach therapeutic tool and massage your beautiful Eyes for 5-15 min and feel the relieving sensation

It’s a very appropriate therapeutic tool used mainly for those of you who have a vision disorder and for you the day to day often in front of the computer.

It loosens tense nerves and around the eyes by maintaining the surrounding blood circulation. You will have spend relieving evening with your loved one
Now no more spending sleepless nights due to headache after whole the day’s work, as massaging the eye will overcome the headache

It’s also a substitute for your cosmetics for eyes. It reduces eye wrinkles, dark circles around the eyes and eye bags due to tired or lack of sleep.

Do your regular massage and get relief from insomnia, tension, myopia, hyperopic astigmatism, eyestrain and headaches.