Besan or gram flour is a common ingredient found in Indian kitchens and holds many remedies to your beauty problems. For years, mothers and grannies have used it to treat minor skin problems and even though many cosmetic products
The good news is that the irritating pimple on your cheek has gone away. The bad news is that it has left a pesky scar that just won’t disappear. What to do? Dr Kiran Lohia lists out the various options that you can choose
Turmeric or haldi is one of India’s most widely used spices. Not only is it used to add colour and taste to our food but is also a natural remedy for various skin ailments. It is also a part of Hindu rituals. One of the most
How far would you go to look young? We’ve heard about bird poo facials and the recent vampire facial made famous by Kim Kardashian. But this one surely takes the cake when it comes to bizarre beauty treatments. Fire facial or
Fuller’s earth, commonly known as multani mitti has been in use as a skincare product since centuries. Before cosmetic products became a rage, women in India used home remedies to treat beauty problems like acne, blackheads,
Even with a perfect beauty routine, you can still wake up with under-eye bags or dark circles – resulting from lack of sleep, fluid retention, hay fever or just the deep-set eyes you inherited from mom and dad. Dermatologists
It is a common misconception that Indian skin is the same as Western skin. This false impression often results in inaccurate management and treatment. In fact, due to lack of awareness and research, most therapies are designed
Aromatherapy is today a renowned method of alternate medicine. How effective is it in actuality? Who use this method? and who benefits from it. Here is a bit of information on how widespread Aromatherapy really is.