We use our feet more than any other body part – perhaps this is why stress seems to build up in our feet. A proper foot massage can relax your entire body, replenish lost energy, improve your mood, release toxins, alleviate pain, and improve circulation. Going to the spa is pricey, but purchasing a foot massager will save you money and give you the convenience of relaxing in your own home, any time during the day or night. We review some of the best foot massager machines and products and provide helpful tips to start you down the path to happy feet.
Beauty products are often touted as the latest in personal development, allowing countless men and women to improve first impressions through improving skin texture and tone. While there are many specialized serums developed to target specific perceived faults (hyperpigmentation, redness, oily skin, etc), there are also many serums intended to simply improve the overall appearance and health of skin. Vitamin C and Hyaluronic Acid serums fall into this category.
Many over the counter treatment creams claim to be effective in eliminating cellulite. The truth, however, is that many such treatments are no effective than just a regular skin moisturizer. Sure, they may make the surface of your skin appear firmer or smoother, but they do not tackle the root of the problem which is the fatty deposits that lead to cellulite formation. That is why it is important to know the basic science behind cellulite before you even consider any form of treatment.
Little white flakes might seem insignificant, but not to those who suffer from dandruff. An itchy, dry scalp can make you more than just uncomfortable, it can make you self-conscious. Nobody wants too see little white flecks in a person’s hair, not to mention the stigma of bad hygiene associated with dandruff. There are countless anti-dandruff shampoos and products out there, but the task of choosing the right one can be daunting. Keep reading for important information about what causes dandruff and how to treat it plus a product review on one of the top anti-dandruff shampoos in today’s market.
As someone who has experimented with virtually every hair color (except green), I can tell you that the shampoos and conditioners you use on colored hair make a huge difference.
When you spend money to change the color of your hair, you want that new color to last. Unfortunately, there are all sorts of natural (like the sun) and unnatural (like chlorine) factors that can suck the dye right out of your hair and leave it looking faded and unhealthy.
Coloring your hair is a fun, safe, and relatively inexpensive way to alter your image. You can do it at home for less than $40 or visit a salon for professional results.
Whether you’re covering up a few grey strands or experimenting with a brilliant new color, there are a few things you should know when dying your hair. Keep reading to learn a variety of hair care tips that will prolong your new color and help you avoid damage.
The term libido typically refers to a person’s desire to have sex. Merriam-Webster defines libido as the “instinctual psychic energy that in psychoanalytic theory is derived from primitive biological urges (as for sexual pleasure or self-preservation) and that is expressed in conscious activity.” The terms libido and sex drive are interchangeable.
The word libido comes from the Latin word for lust and typically refers to a person’s desire for sex. Also referred to as “sex drive,” libido is a psychoanalytic word defined as “all of the instinctual energies and desires that are derived from the id” (Dictionary.com).
A man’s level of testosterone, AKA his “T level,” peaks at age 30. As he ages, that level naturally dwindles. But other factors such as diet, lifestyle, and hypogonadism can quicken this natural decline. The effects of low testosterone include erectile dysfunction and low libido, problems that can ruin relationships and cause depression.