How to look polished without make-up
30 September 2016
Wearing make-up is a quick and effective way to look polished and chic. However, the process of applying and removing so many products each day can be both time consuming and inconvenient. Here are a few ways you can look your best without having to rely on cosmetics.
Keep your skin in good condition
Foundation is often touted as many women's favourite make-up product. The reason for this is simple; a clear, smooth and even-toned complexion instantly makes you look healthier, younger and more radiant.
3 Times When Tiredness is More Than Just Lack of Sleep
16 September 2016
Do you suffer from tiredness that never seems to go away, no matter how much sleep you get? It's possible that a health condition is interfering with the way your mind or body functions, causing you to feel unusually tired. Here are three conditions that could make you feel tired, even after a long string of early nights.
1. Sleep Apnoea
If your problem is sleep apnoea, you may not be the only person in your household suffering from tiredness.
29 August 2016
Dental crowns are an effective way to aesthetically treat damaged or crooked teeth that have been the subject of plaque, tartar, gum disease or impact. Crowns are essentially covers that fit over the tooth and are fixed in place with a special adhesive. Various consultations are required to discuss the material that you wish to use, and to colour match the crown with your existing teeth. It's important to discuss any crown with a qualified dentist beforehand as the procedure differs depending on the type of crown used, but also there are some long-term implications that are involved and need to be considered.
Chewing Gum Can Help You Prevent Tooth Decay
15 August 2016
It is common to hear someone say that chewing gums is not good for your teeth. In fact, many people believe so. While there is some element of truth in that statement, not all gums are capable of destroying your teeth. Sugarless gums are actually good for your teeth since they prevent tooth decay; research has it that a twenty-minute chew after eating can go a long way in preventing decay.