24Jul
eating chocolate

Multiple studies suggest that your inclination to treat yourself to sweets, salty foods, or actually opt for healthy vegetable incorporated options are due to predisposed gene variants. (more…)

21Jul
banana benefits

Aside from being very nutritious, having digestion and heart health benefits, and aiding in weight loss, they are also a highly convenient, versatile snack food. (more…)

17Jul
late time eating and gain weight

By: Dr. Masoud Abdar

Not Enough Sleep

Not getting at least 6 hours of uninterrupted sleep most nights not only causes you to burn fewer calories, but increases your cortisol levels which stores fats. You may do everything in your power to control your appetite such as drinking rooibos tea to boost your metabolism and stay on track. But lose out on sleep and your efforts are wasted. (more…)

13Jul
cost-friendly skin regimen

By: Dr. Masoud Abdar

The first step in knowing how to care for your skin is to know your skin type. Is it dry (rough, peels a lot, scaly)? Is it oily (often glistening, greasy, covered in black/white head)? (more…)

10Jul
moisturizing skin to reduce wrinkles

By: Dr. Masoud Abdar

Yes! Anything as simple as an unscented vitamin E lotion or regular coconut oil or a combination of your favorite skin moisturizers can do the trick. It is imperative to note that one time application will not prevent wrinkles. This has to become a part of your daily regimen, just like flossing your teeth or styling your hair before walking out the door. (more…)

07Jul
chemical peels types

By: Dr. Masoud Abdar

Lactic Acid Peel

One of the gentlest chemical peels out there. This peel is preferred for those with sensitive skin, as it is derived from sour milk, lactic acid is an alpha hydroxyl acid (similar to glycolic acid), but is much gentler. It provides many of the same benefits as stronger chemical peels without the intensity. Salons refer to this peel as the “lunchtime peel” because its recovery time is quick. (more…)

05Jul
irritating scalp conditions

By: Dr. Masoud Abdar

Scalp Products

Too much use of hair products such as styling gels and oils can cause build-up and skin irritation when not washed out frequently or adequately enough. You may not think of some of these as other irritating products but hair straighteners, relaxers, dyes, shampoos, and conditioners also cause scalp damage. (more…)

29Jun
acne facial

By: Dr. Masoud Abdar

The acne facial is an alternative treatment designed to treat the root cause of reoccurring acne with minimal side effects.

Acne facials focus primarily on extractions for blocked pores. The extraction process releases any excess build-up of oil and cleans out dirt that might be clogging up your pores. (more…)

26Jun
sagging breasts busted

By: Dr. Masoud Abdar

1: DO CHEST EXERCISES AND PUSH-UPS PROMOTE PERKINESS?

Putting yourself through a gruelling push-up routine regularly will work out the surrounding muscles, and while the exercise can help promote tighter pectoral muscles over time, no exercise can directly tackle the sight of sagging breasts. (more…)

22Jun
strengthen hair tips

By: Dr. Masoud Abdar

Hair follicles that are well-hydrated and nourished stay strong and grow. Weak hair follicles, caused by factors like dehydration, poor nourishment and heat damage, produce thin hair that eventually falls off as the follicles go into a deep slumber known as telogen. (more…)