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Safe and Shine Skin Lightening Tips


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Skin LighteningA dream to have fairer complexion and achieving it is universal between both the sexes. Skin lightening products are popular among Asians, hence in this million-dollar industry everyone have thrown their hats into the ring. Rat race among branded as well as cheap local brands is on. Problems related with hyper pigmentation like spots, freckles, acne scars, melasma, uneven skin tone and other dark areas are common. Relying on lightening, bleaching etc is effective and it has to be incorporated in lifestyle along with other measures so as to bring back the self-esteem. Ways to achieve it are:

Invest on branded potent and safe products: It is incorrect to analyze a product in terms of its price. A product may not necessarily be efficient if it comes with a bigger price tag. The product should be potent and its concentration has to be checked before buying for it. Avoid products concentrated with mercury, hydroquinone and steroid. Mercury is toxic, they poison blood and have capacity to damage body organs. Hydroquinone leads to skin cancer. They are carcinogenic and are banned across the globe. Steroids can thin the skin making it more vulnerable to infections. So ban products constituting these three elements.

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Foods You Should Avoid Before the Wedding


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Avoid Dairy ProductsAvoid these 5 foods to look and feel great the day of your wedding.

After all the work you’ve put into your wedding day, the last thing you want is an upset stomach, bloating, or a gas problem. Nervousness, excitement, and all the other emotions you’ll experience on your big day are enough to deal with – you don’t want to add to the problems by eating the wrong foods. A couple of foods to consider avoiding before the wedding include:
   
Sodas and carbonated drinks. Soft drinks have a number of bad effects on brides. Bloating is common, along with belching, so it’s best to avoid them – at least until after you say, “I do”.
   
Starchy foods. Starches are also foods associated with bloating and gas. Stay away from potatoes, pasta, and rice on the day of and the day before the wedding. Corn and breads can have similar effects – try wraps or pita bread for sandwiches if you need a snack before the wedding. 
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How to green your wedding?


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Green WeddingA wedding is one of the most important days in a couple’s life. If you care about the planet, why not integrate your principles into your big day? It seems obvious that weddings have a huge footprint, both ecological and economical. Going green doesn’t mean you have to compromise on your big day, though.

By taking a look at the bigger picture, you can move beyond the usual decadence and consumption to create a truly personal, moving, and sustainable celebration that people will remember for years. You may even open a few eyes in the process.

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A great wedding need not be an expensive one


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Indian WeddingThere is absolutely no doubt about the fact every would be bride and bride groom want their wedding to be a memorable occasion not just for them but also for their guests. So, what is that magic mantra that will make this possible? Some say it is pots and oodles of money. But I say that is smart planning and clever use of available resources including money. With a dash of creativity thrown in.

With the concept of the big fat Indian wedding gaining popularity worldwide and newer areas of specialization, in the fashion and jewellery industry which have an obvious focus on the marriage market, planning and prioritizing have gained a great deal of significance in preventing dream weddings from getting translated into waking nightmares.

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Fickle Advertisers (Sorry, Men in Blue!)


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Preity Zinta in advertisementThe woeful effects of Team India’s dismal performance at the cricket World Cup, and the shenanigans of the BCCI in their search for a coach have begun to show results. Whichever product you turn to these days, a film star is endorsing it. Hrithik Roshan dances to the Sony Ericsson tune and learns to bake Milano biscuits just so (clever story line to match his near-Italian looks!). Amitabh Bachchan does a hilarious oily UP peon act for Navratna hair oil. Shah Rukh and Saif, Preity Zinta and Rani Mukherjee – everyone is more in evidence on TV these days, and the Dhonis, Harbahajans, Dravids and Tendulkars are getting rarer and rarer.

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