Fixing Your Problem Areas

3:12 pm Miss JHENZ 0 Comments


No matter how confident we are, we all have those one or two parts of our body that we just aren’t happy with. Although we should concentrate more on our character than the way we look, and although it’s those little flaws that make us more interesting, there is nothing wrong with wanting to improve what we can to look our best. With that in mind, here are some tips to help you fix some of the most  common problem areas:

Dark Circles and Puffy Eyes 
Dark circles and puffy eyes can be a real problem because they are so visible and they can be quite tough to hide. If you find it hard to get a good night’s sleep and it shows in your face, there are a few things you can try.

Applying cucumbers to the affected area is a great way to add moisture to the area and reduce puffiness, and applying caffeine will stimulate circulation to the area, lightening dark circles significantly. Then, it’s just a case of adding a good concealer to the area before you apply your makeup.

Discolored Teeth

Teeth that are white and bright make us look healthy, and they give us more confidence to smile and really let our beauty shine through, but there are some many things that can cause teeth to become stained or discolored that it can be hard to keep our teeth looking their best.

If your teeth aren’t quite as white as they could be, you have a number of options. You could see a professional teeth whitening expert to have them sorted out, you could start brushing with a baking soda-based toothpaste, or you could try home whitening kits, depending on your budget and personal preferences.

Whatever you do to improve the appearance of your teeth, you should take steps to stop them being discolored in the first place by giving up smoking, avoiding sugary sodas and brushing and flossing more carefully, especially after drinking tea and coffee or other foods and drinks that cause staining.

Having acne can really zap your confidence and make you feel less beautiful than you actually are, but there are things you can do to improve your skin and appear more radiant than ever.

First of all, cut as much sugar out of your diet as possible, as the sweet stuff is known to cause breakouts. Next, make sure that you cleanse, tone and moisturize daily, preferably using a dry oil cleanser, and finally, up your fruit and vegetable intake. If, after doing these things, you still have a problem, it might be worth seeing your doctor to discuss possible medical solutions to the problem.

We can’t avoid the aging process completely, but we most certainly can age better. Eating more good fats, for example, is a great way to feed the skin from the inside out, while applying lemon juice and coconut oil to the face are great natural wrinkle-busters. If you want something more professional, face creams featuring collagen and vitamin E will help to keep your skin plump and supple.

What are your problem areas? Do you have any tips to fix them?