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How to well-treat our EYES?

The skin around the eyes is particularly soft and thin, and there are many wrinkles, so the skin around the eyes evaporates faster; at the same time, the sweat glands and sebaceous glands in the skin around the eyes are less distributed, especially dry and dehydrated. These factors determine where the eye is most prone to aging and cause problems. Generally, since the age of 25, the skin around the eyes begins to go downhill, and there are problems such as dark circles, crow's feet, bags under the eyes, granulation, and edema. Therefore, prevention and care are very important.

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Is using hair conditioner every day a safe practice?

Is using hair conditioner every day a safe practice? Hair conditioners don't need to be used every day. Hair conditioners are generally used after shampooing, which can increase the smoothness and luster of the hair. Yet it is not appropriate to wash your hair every day. Washing your hair every day will make your scalp…

How to treat dry scalp?

Skin debris is a condition known as dandruff, which is as common as dry scalp. It can cause discomfort and combat personal confidence. When the scalp loses too much moisture, it becomes dry and tight, which can be caused by cold weather, dehydration, and excessive hair. Glamfields here today will show you is it Dandruff or…

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Does your skin get dry and itchy in the Winter?

Winter is definitely blowing through. Dry, flaky and sensitive skin is at it's worst during these months because of the epic lack of hydration. Dry winter air can be harsh on anyone's skin be it DRY, OILY or NORMAL. But the arrival of this season calls for some extra care for your skin. We bring some helpful skincare tips to help you keep your winter skin hydrated, soft, supple and healthy no matter what skin type! And hopefully, we'll be back to your smooth, glowing skin in no time.

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Is there any DIY Natural Moisturizers for Routine Skincare?

DIY Natrural Face Moisturlizer Moisturizer #1: 5 ml jojoba oil 3 drops frankincense 3 drops lavender Moisturizer #2: 1/4 cup shea butter 1/8 cup sweet almond oil A few drops of your choice of essential oils Moisturizer #3: Equal parts aloe vera gel and jojoba oil A few drops of your choice of essential oils