How to boost your immunity

There are so many illnesses that can be avoided if you have high immunity. The key to good resistance to infection is good nutrition. There are a number of multivitamin supplements in the market as well as herbal supplements that can help build a high immunity against infection and good health but it is best that you know the natural sources of these nutrients.



The basic ingredients for anti-ageing products

Retonic Acid is a derivative of Vitamin A which was originally prescribed in high doses for the treatment of acne. It does refine the skin, increase collagen production and reduce wrinkles, but it can have unpleasant side effects such as extreme sensitivity to sunlight, with increased reddening of the skin and peeling. It is available on prescription from a dermatologist for severe sun damage; well formulated cosmetics may contain moderate and harmless amounts of retonic acid derivative, which at these levels have some hydrating effects.

One of the most important ingredients for looking youthful is vitamin B3 also known as niacinamide. It is a water-soluble vitamin found in the body. When applied topically to the skin, this vitamin helps exfoliate surface skin cells to reveal newer, younger looking skin and enhance barrier repair. Hyaluric acid is a natural moisturizer that forms part of the tissue that surrounds the collagen and elastin fibres, as we age; we produce less hyaluric acid in our skin, which becomes less resilient and pliable. Hyaluric acid is often added to moisturizers, and can be injected by doctors into the skin.

Collagen forms fibres in the dermis that give the skin structural support, provide strength, and allow the skin to stretch and contract. Elastin is the protein that binds the collagen bundles together. When applied to the skin, the creams do not have much affect on the changes in appearance due to natural ageing. They do have humectants properties, however, plumping out the skin with retained moisture. Take note that recognizing and responding to your skin wants and needs is the answer to beautiful skin.

This information does not replace the advise of a doctor. Fabulouza disclaims any warranty or liability for your use of this information.

Kidney stone detox recipe

I've read this post from my blogger friend poshpost so I'm sharing it with you here is the recipe and a part of her post:

1:1:1 of Fresh Radish Juice, Lemon Juice, and Extra Virgin Olive OilI take the special concoction three times a day, about 30 minutes before each meal. I did this for like two weeks. But since the pain was gone, I stopped. Two weeks later, I just passed out my stone easily. No bleeding and no irritation at all.Although I was told to just take a total of 3 Tbsps., I would take more, thinking that there is no overdose of these juices. So i downed whatever I made. I had to make the radish juice fresh everytime I have to drink it.So if you have kidney stones, this is a very good therapy.

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Beta Hydroxy Acid and Alpha Hydroxy Acid

You probably heard of Beta Hydroxy Acid or BHA it is an excellent ingredient for those wishing to clean inside the pores. This product is best in lotion form after the cleansing stage and is swiped all over the face to remove deep down into the pores. It is harmless for even sensitive skin, as its main ingredient is an anti-inflammatory. It is highly recommended for skin prone to blemishes and blackheads.

Alpha Hydroxy Acid also known as AHA is designed to exfoliate on top of the skin to remove excess skin cells. The most effective AHA’s are glycolic acid or lactic acid. High potencies can be irritating for sensitive skin.

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