Most of us have been touched by cancer in some form or another. We all know someone who has been diagnosed or even died from cancer. This seems to be a topic that most people are not comfortable to talk about, yet it would be important to be able to discuss it openly. Cancer Care Parcel offers advice, information and contacts for support. You can also purchase gift packages and hampers especially designed for anyone going through a cancer journey.
In this modern world people are obsessed about smelling and looking good and being hygienic and perfect in many ways. Most of us don’t really even need deodorants, but we use them anyway as that is how we are thought to do when we hit out teenage years. Our personal smell may be effected by hormones, foods we eat, spices, some medications or illnesses. The smell increases as we sweat and is caused by bacteria breaking down protein in our skin. Our glands release the sweat and scent when the body regulates its temperature. We all have our own unique body odour same as other animals. Your odour may change if you suffer from any hormonal changes or medical conditions.
We all love chocolate in some form, some like it mixed with nuts or fruits, some like light and sweeter, some dark and bitter. There is something for everyone. Chocolate makes a lovely desert, treat or even a skincare product. I love chocolate flavour with coffee, strawberries and mint. I also love the scent of chocolate in general. As we are celebrating World Chocolate Day this week, I thought it would be appropriate to write about it.
I wanted to share a few of my favourite recipe books with you to inspire you to try new things. Cooking doesn’t have to be time consuming, most of the time simple recipes are tasty and definitely more healthy than ready made meals. I hope you will enjoy them!
What does your skin say about you? Quite often we have specific area on our skin that tend to get the spots or wrinkles. We often wonder why that is and try different methods to heal them. According to Chinese belief the answers can be found on facial reflexology. Most common problem areas are jaw line, which often is related to hormonal issues and nose, which tends to get blackheads. If we have an oily skin this usually affects the forehead and nose area.
One of the most common problems especially us women is the cellulite. There are many factors that have an affect on the formation of the undesirable dimply look. Some of these can be difficult or impossible to change, like genetics, but there are still lot of things you can do to improve the appearance of the affected areas.