It’s never a good feeling when you find more hair on your brush, on the floor, in your shower drain, and everywhere else, other than your actual head. The only respite is that you’re not alone in this hairy battle.
Acne has always been associated with puberty. Afterall, it’s a rite of passage for most––even the lucky few who manage to escape the wrath of it, also find themselves battling it every now and again. But that’s the thing, acne isn’t just limited to your teen years.
A skipped period once in a while is scary. An irregular period that happens often is a recurring nightmare. Having an irregular menstrual cycle is not fun, to say the least. I mean, there’s that constant fear of Aunt Flo showing whenever and wherever, especially when you have something important planned (or are wearing white).
Hyperpigmentation is a not-so-serious skin condition that presents itself through spots and patches that are darker than your skin tone. Let’s break it down for you, shall we? When your skin overproduces melanin aka the pigment that gives your skin tone its colour, it often results in hyperpigmentation.
Great, healthy skin needs to be treated with care both inside and out, which makes it more of a lifestyle choice than just slathering on a few products and calling it a day. After all, there could be so many reasons that’s causing your skin to react a certain way! And let me tell you, it takes time. So, what is the ‘Feel Good Skin’ lifestyle? Read on to know more.
If your day begins, continues, and ends with a whole lot (or even a few) kicks of caffeine, you’re not alone. However, when that energy burns away you find yourself in a slump. Here's why it happens and how to deal with it.
You’ve probably heard of PCOS and the wonders the condition brings along –– if not you, I am pretty sure you know a friend, cousin, or even your mother who battles the condition daily. It is no longer out of the ordinary.
The consequences of poor oral hygiene are often connected to bad breath, plaque-filled teeth, cavities, and all things related to the mouth — but did you know it also has a very strong connection to our digestive health too?