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7 Effective Tips To Treat Cracked Heels

Le 18 janvier 2018, 11:23 dans Mode 0

Cracked heels or heel fissures are a very common problem that can cause a lot of pain and discomfort to the sufferer. Not only that, it can also look really bad and make one insecure about exposing their feet in public, making us timid and lowering our confidence. In our busy everyday life, we seldom find time to take care and nurture our feet. This lack of attention and care is the main cause of getting cracked heels. These home remedies are the perfect way of getting rid of them. Here's how you can include taking care of your feet into your daily skin care routine and treat your cracked heels.

1. Vegetable Oil

The fats in the vegetable oil nourish the skin and heal cracked feet.

Apply a layer of vegetable oil to your cracked heel after washing and drying your feet completely. After this, you can wear a pair of socks and leave it overnight and wash them the next morning. You can do this every day till your heel heals.

2. Vaseline and Lemon Juice

Firstly, soak your feet in warm water for about 15 minutes, and then rinse and pat it dry.

With one teaspoon of Vaseline in a few drops of lemon juice, rub the mixture over your heels and other cracked parts of the feet. After this, wear a woolen pair of socks and leave it for the night and rinse it off in the morning. Doing this regularly will heal your feet as lemon's acidic properties and vaseline's moisturizing properties help you get rid of dry and achy feet.

3. Apple Cider Vinegar

Add apple cider vinegar to water and soak your feet in it for about 15 minutes. Remove the dead skin afterwards. Doing this every other day will get rid of the cracks as the mild acids present in ACV will soften the dry and dead skin, making it easy to exfoliate. After the exfoliation, the new tender skin will start showing.

4. Honey

Mix one cup of honey to half a bucket of warm water and soak your feet in it for about 15 minutes. Afterwards, scrub off gently to obtain soft feet. Honey is a natural antiseptic that helps heal cracked feet, and its soothing properties help revitalize the skin.

5. Aloe Vera

Soak your feet in lukewarm water for a few minutes and apply Aloe Vera gel after patting it dry. Leave the gel on your feet overnight by wearing socks. Doing this for a week will ensure a better condition for your feet as Aloe Vera soothes dry and dead skin. It heals the ridges and cracks that have formed and increases collagen synthesis.

6. Scrub with a Pumice Stone

Soak your feet in warm water for 10 to 15 minutes and then scrub your feet gently with the pumice stone to remove the dead skin that has softened up. Rinse and moisturize your feet after patting it dry. Beware to not scrub too harshly as it can easily damage the healthy layers of the skin.

7. Wearing cotton socks to bed

Wearing cotton socks to bed after applying petroleum jelly to the heel will help to keep them moisturized and will allow the heel skin to breathe. The skin on the heels should soften after this routine is repeated for a few days.Read more at:white cocktail dresses | black evening dress

Kangana Ranaut continues her love affair with red gowns in 2018 like a true fashion queen

Le 12 janvier 2018, 09:17 dans Mode 0

Remember the time when Kangana Ranaut slayed like a queen at Reebok’s Fit to Fight Award in a body hugging red Tony Ward gown teamed with a gorgeous oversized ruffled jacket? Well, that was so last year! The lady who is known for her superb fashion sense has flagged off the year on a bright and fiery note in another beautiful red gown from the house of Dolce and Gabbana. With the beauty continuing her love affair with the shade, she has ticked off an important part of 2018’s trends list too – bold colours.

Ranaut, picked this outfit to attend Karan Johar’s new show, India’s Next Superstar, and needless to say, she totally owned it. Featuring a plunging neckline, the attire was adorned with floral patterned mirror embellishments on the shoulder and bodice. We like the beautiful cut-out detailing on the neckline and hem of the floor-length outfit. A round of applause for Ami Patel, who curated the look. We think it was clever on Patel’s part to give accessories a complete miss otherwise it may have looked garish.

We couldn’t find any fault with her make-up and hairdo as well. Make-up artist Loveleen Ramchandani rounded off her look with minimal make-up, a little blush, nude lips and a matching shiny eye shadow, whereas, hairstylist Divya Naik styled her into soft wavy curls.Read more at:princess formal dresses | backless formal dresses

Phoebe English

Le 8 janvier 2018, 10:39 dans Mode 0

When Phoebe English was graduating with a master’s degree from Central Saint Martins in 2012, she says there had been next to no talk, or teaching, about sustainable and ethical fashion practices built into the course. That six-year perspective gives her a vantage point from which to think about the transformation—for the good—that is running through the industry now. “The joy of having a small company is that you can implement changes as you go along,” she says. Her modus operandi now falls into what might be categorized as mindful, steadily taking in such considerations as reducing waste and implementing local British manufacturing—taking it right through to the choice of the non-ivory buttons she sources. “They’re vegan Corozo buttons, made from a Brazilian nut which has a beautiful grain and takes vegetable dye beautifully.”

The point about English is that her approach, at least in the minds and actions of young creative people, has become the new normal way of carrying on, not particularly by proselytizing, but by doing. At her presentation she had a rack draped with clothes as a backdrop. “They’re our toiles. I’m quite stringent about not throwing anything away; we even keep fabric cuttings to reuse,” she explained. These days, one of the ways progress can be measured is that consciously made fashion doesn’t have to come looking as if it’s made of organic whole food. This season, there is red in English’s repertoire, and papery, navy blue, waxed cotton long coats, “the fabric made by British Millerain, the oldest company in England to do it.” Result: quietly straightforward pieces with interesting but not-too-much detailing, like scalloped-edge trouser hems.

Appreciating the nuance of process and content is a tough thing to communicate to customers, but English is seeing advance on that front, too. “Selfridges has introduced guidelines for ethical labeling. As a designer, you’re asked to fill in a form about how your clothes are produced, and they are printed on swing tags customers can read, on every garment,” she said. “And this is something that’s only just happened in the last few months.” Another small step forward for conscious consumerism, a revolution that Phoebe English, and the cohorts of students and graduates behind her will not be diverted from.Read more at:celebrity dresses | cheap formal dresses

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