Thursday, September 8, 2016
Sometimes it happens to go to weddings and see the things "disgraceful". In this first post dedicated to the etiquette of marriage, let's start by the groom. Here's what the groom should or should not do during the most 'beautiful day of her: 1. Yes Tight, to wear always strictly buttoned (with a white buttonhole flower), a must for even the witnesses, the father of the bridegroom and of the bride; then the penalty if the bride wears a long dress and the ceremony takes place in the morning or no later than 18 hours; 2. Yes to the stiff shirt
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
We grew up with some "beliefs" on the hair. This is a short post to answer some questions.In the fall and spring more hairs are lost?Yes, it is true, do not worry.What determines the color of the hair?The color of the hair depends on the presence of a substance called melanin: the more we are present is more dark, anyone owning less has the blond hair.When we begin to age it decreases the production of melanin and therefore white hair appear.
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Chamomile is an annual herbaceous plant belonging to the Compositae family, genus Matricaria; its flowering is from May to September and it can be found a bit 'everywhere. The white petals, immediately after flowering, are facing down. Chamomile its flowers are used, which, when dried in the sun, are put to steep in hot water.
Dear friends, today I would like to share with you some exercises to combat cellulite. Let's face it, all we are a "affected" by this little imperfection. The sedentary lifestyle is certainly among the causes which favor cellulite. The correct medical term is pannicolopatia edematous-fibro-sclerotic and is an inflammatory process that produces exudation of fluid in the intercellular spaces, and if left untreated leads the atrophy of capillaries and infiltration of fat in the intercellular spaces. All this causes a subsequent increase in fat cell volume, water retention and fluid stasis in the intercellular spaces.
A few days ago a friend of the blog asked me what to do to brittle nails. I think we all had the experience of the classic "broken nail" at the wrong time. Maybe it breaks a few days before a special occasion, dinner or important marriage. In this post we try to understand what are the causes of brittle nails and in the next post we try to "salvage".
As the nails are made?The nails are made of protein, keratin and sulfur
Your nails say a lot about the health; often nail abnormalities depend only a trivial disorder as a fungus, but if the 'anomaly persists, you have to go to the doctor because it could reveal a more serious illness. In these cases the do-it-yourself is to avoid serving a check at a specialist, confirms Marcello Monti, director of 'Unit of Dermatology' Humanitas Clinical Institute and professor at 'University of Milan. In Europe, the leading expert on nail related to health anomalies is French dermatologist Robert Baran.L 'nail is made of keratin, a fibrous protein; usually the 'nail looks like a white-pinkish semitransparent lamina where we can distinguish a free edge, a central portion, two side edges inserted in a folding and a white root (lunula).The root of 'toenail is a layer of cells (matrix) that reproduce by ensuring the construction of' fingernail. The growth speed of the