My people my people y'all know this vegetable called garlic..hmm! Its health benefits are superb but I can't just bring myself to the smell that lingers in ones breath. So I had to do some experiments using me of course to see how I can still use my precious garlic without that not so pleasant smell, guess what? It worked!
In a world of cosmetics laden with synthetic ingredients and odd extras like little plastic balls , the availability of a botanical body care ingredient pure enough to eat is a beautiful thing. Especially when it happens to be so effective.
Such is the case with shea butter; edible indeed, it also is wonderful as a body care product. It is extracted from the nuts of African karite trees ( Vitellaria paradoxa ), a species that grows from Guinea and Senegal to Uganda and South Sudan. Shea butter has long been used for health and cooking in Africa and is also an ingredient in a number of confections, especially chocolate; but its latest role is as the new darling of the beauty and body care world.
I remember when my younger brother used to play football in a field not too far from the house , one day he came home itching his body my mum had to give him a bath but that was after a long argument (claming big boy)Lol. Days later I notice some red patches almost all over his back and on his head too, that really got me irritated thank God he was treated and that nightmare is over. Well, fast forward to 21st century Dermatophytosis popularly called ringworm still dance around the body of our little ones and even adult...so now let's see natural ways of getting rid of this stubborn skin infection.
Super low on cash, try this!
1. To achieve that smooth and even complexion - Mix half a cup of cooked oatmeal with a table spoon of honey, then spread evenly around the face, then rinse off after 10mins. The oatmeal helps to exfiolate the face while the honey serves as moisturiser for the face.
2. To take out a pimple - put ice on the affected spot, then dab on it a plain white toothpaste, you can also use eyedrops as well to reduce the swelling and redness caused by the ice. You can also take out a pack of
Can we talk about smelly shoes? are your shoes always smelling?
You know who you are: active people, people with sweaty feet and unfortunate souls who get caught in
downpour after downpour and are forced to wade through ankle-deep water in brand-new shoes they were trying so hard to take care of. It’s pretty embarrassing, not to mention unpleasant, when the stench gets so bad that people can
The World Health Organisation has declared the Zika virus an international public health emergency, prompted by growing concern that it could cause birth defects. Until recently, global health officials paid little attention to the Zika virus that circulated in the same regions as Dengue and Chikungunya viruses. It is estimated that four million people could be infected by the end of the year. Pregnant women have been urged not to travel to about 24 countries, mostly in the Caribbean and Latin America, where the outbreak is growing. Zika infection appears to be linked to the
You know those moment where you have an over riped banana and want to dispose it.
Stop doing it! That's a very healthy smoothie you are about to throw down the bin.
Here's what you should do next time you have such:
It sounds like something out of a science fiction novel, more bizarre even than Walt Disney’s cryogenically frozen body, but according to New Scientist magazine, this radical, ethically sensitive surgery could be ready in 2017.
The proposal comes from surgeon Sergio Canavero from the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group, who wants to use the surgery to extend the lives of people whose organs are riddled with cancer and whose muscles and nerves are degenerated.
Canavero will be launching the world’s first ever human head transplant at the