What is Pearl Powder and Can It Benefit Your Skin and Health?
Pearl powder is a popular ingredient in skin care products today, but it isn’t new. It’s been used for thousands of years in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine. Wu Zetian, a Chinese empress, supposedly used the powder to beautify her skin.
In Chinese medicine, the powder is said to be detoxifying and is used as an anti-inflammatory and a relaxant. In Ayurvedic medicine, pearl is said to be an antidote for poison, and it was also used in love potions.
Pearl powder contains amino acids, calcium, and trace minerals and has many purported benefits for skin and health. Keep reading to learn about how it’s made and used, along with its benefits and potential side effects. (Read more.......)
Studies Show That Pearl Powder Has Sedation and Transquilization Agents To Promote Deep Sleep
You know how important good nutrition and exercise are for your health and beauty, but do you know sleep is crucial too? When you doze you're getting more than rest. Sleep refreshes and nourishes and sleep is what we need to keep our body and skin youthful. Sleep researchers say your body is healing and repairing itself. For this reason, dermatologists often suggest using your most "active" skin creams before bed. To avoid puffy, bloodshot eyes, dark under-eye circles and a pale washed-out complexion -- and for peak alertness and energy -- experts say you need eight hours of sleep a night.
Here are some tips from the Sleep Disorders Institute at New York's St. Luke's Roosevelt hospital to help you get the sleep you need: (Read more...)
If I were to line up next to my sisters, the difference is immediately noticeable: where my skin is a bit patchy and unmemorable, their skin radiates. Both of their faces have a discrete, poreless glow, and I’m certain you could bounce a kernel of rice off their cheeks. The frustrating thing is, they don’t do anything differently than what I do for skin care. We all grew up eating the same things, doing the same extracurricular activities, and exercising the same mindful skin care regimens. To this day, we still use the same night creams. But our mother traces the difference to one thing she did before each of us was born: She had eaten pearl powder while she was pregnant with them but had skipped it with me. (Read more...)
Everyone knows that pearl powder is a good product for beauty. As long as it is used several times a week, it can gradually improve many skin problems and help skin whitening and acne. Here is a brief introduction to the efficacy of pearl powder and how to use it. Pearl beauty, women can take long-term, pregnant women can also add calcium, so that the baby’s skin is also white and tender. Oral administration regulates endocrine, creates a balanced environment in the body, rejuvenates the skin, clears the fire and removes acne, helps sleep and sleep, removes wrinkles and removes spots, and the uniform can make the skin fair and soft. External application naturally whitens, adjusts skin tone, nourishes skin, refreshing and soft. (Read more...)
Vaginal discharge is a normal part of the menstrual cycle and color and consistency change throughout the month. However, some types of discharge indicate an underlying condition.
Many women experience thick, white discharge before a period. This is considered healthy unless the discharge is lumpy or accompanied by a strong odor. (Read more...)
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Period cramps 101: Why menstrual cramps happen, and how to relieve them
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Menstrual cramps are most likely caused by an excess of prostaglandins—compounds that are released from the uterine lining as it prepares to be shed. They are a necessary part of the process, but in excess, they cause pain. (Read more......)
What to expect during Menopause
Menopause is a transition into a new phase of life. It begins when the menstrual cycle finishes. Menopause is not a health problem, and some experience it as a time of liberation. However, hormonal changes and other factors involved can cause discomfort. (Read more......)
How late can a period be? Plus, why it's late?
If you don’t have any known condition affecting your menstrual cycle, your period should start within 30 days of the start of your last period.
A period is officially considered late if it’s been more than 30 days since the start of your last period. After six weeks without bleeding, you can consider your late period a missed period.
Several things can delay your period, (Read more......)