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Watermelon: An Ingredient For Skin Care

— Watermelon is widely used as massage oil, baby oil, facials, face creams, salt scrubs, shower bath as well as hair oil: Works as a Exfoliate – Mash a cup of watermelon chunks and then apply this paste on your face. Find a place to relax for 10 minutes. Rinse it later. It is a process... Read More

Foot Care Tips

— Here are some simple and easy ways to take care of your feet and keep your toes happy: Scrub your feet with a pumice stone to help remove the dead and dry skin. Apply foot cream before going to bed to prevent any cracked heel problems. If your feet smell, use talcum powder or foot... Read More

Walking Meditation: A Simple Way To Meditate Almost Any Time

— Most Westerners think of meditation as someone sitting down cross-legged with their eyes closed and probably chanting some kind of mantra over and over again, but that is only one of the ways that people can practice meditation. Meditating can also be performed standing up, lying down or walking. In walking meditation, the walking itself... Read More

Healthy Living With Peaches

— Peaches are known to have originated from China, and then found their way to many other parts of the world. Peaches are a great source of carbohydrates, protein, dietary fiber, vitamin C and vitamin A. Having peaches in your daily diet can help fight deadly diseases like cancer. They have a good amount of boron... Read More

Learning The Rewards Of Reading

— Learning The Rewards Of Reading What have you been reading lately? When was the last time you read a book? Are you an avid reader? In a group setting, you can usually tell who the avid readers are. Avid readers often win the admiration, respect, and good opinion of others. Reading expands the mind. Many... Read More

Look and Feel Cool in Warm Weather

— The heat of the summer sun can make you uncomfortable. Here are some helpful tips to dress cool and feel cool in warm summer weather. Select natural fiber fabrics like linen and cotton as these fabrics are good at moisture absorption and are breathable. Avoid fabrics that trap heat, such as polyester and nylon. Avoid... Read More