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Lice and crabs are usually transmitted from person to person contact. Body lice live on parts of the body, excluding pubic hair. In comparison to crabs, body lice have been known to spread a plethora of diseases as they feed on human blood. These lice lay eggs on clothing and continuously move to other areas of the skin to feed, and like different types of lice, body lice favor individuals with poor grooming habits.

Crabs are a type of lice which are usually transmitted through sexual contact. These types of lice prefer bristly hair and although they are most likely to be observed in the pubic region of an infected individual. They also relish finding a warm home in armpit hair or eyebrow hair. Unlike body lice, crabs are more likely to spread disease.

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There are 6.
The Stratum Disjunction, Corneum, Lucidium, Granulosum, Spinosom & Germinativum... All SIX layers of the Epidermis.

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Herpes simplex

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As per my personal experience, you should buy beauty products from M·A·C. Cosmetics.

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Women prefer to look pretty every time, and they will buy every product to maintain their beauty. Because of the chemicals used in those products, they are not getting the expected results. The best skincare products are -

Purifying Cleanser, Moringa Cleansing Balm with Cleansing Cloth, Vaseline Intensive Care Cocoa Glow Body Lotion, etc.

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Most of the fastest remedies being talked about online are natural home remedies. There are products out there that claim they’ll remove the circles fast once you start using them, but you have to continue using them to keep them away after that. An all-natural home remedy, on the other hand, can often be used in a pinch and only used when you have to get rid of the circles. Try a few and find what works best.

One of the most often tried home remedies is using a cotton ball to apply fresh lemon juice to the circles. Leave it on for ten minutes, and rinse. The cool part about this is that you can do other things while waiting out that ten minutes: brush your teeth, brush your hair, etc. It comes down to the vitamin C in the lemon juice.

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To sterilise metal tools

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According to the Greek philosopher Heraclitus, “change is the only constant in life.” This is true, because what was considered as beautiful today may not be considered as such in the years to come. The standards of beauty greatly changed over the years and we can cut these changes into ten eras: 1) The Renaissance Era which lasted from 1400s to 1500s view those who had wider hips and extra fat as the most beautiful. Women wore bright red lipstick but their makeup was pale, 2) The Victorian Era viewed those who have slim waists as the most beautiful.

It was during this era when women loved to wear corsets that could reduce their waist down to 12 inches which sometimes can cause their ribs to break, 3) The Roaring Twenties were flapper style was considered as “in”, 4) The Golden Age was when women began to become conscious about their body in hopes of achieving the body of their favorite actresses, 5) Mid-Century which introduced the hourglass figure i.e., Marilyn Monroe, 6) The 80’s and the 90’s which both have different styles and perspective in beauty, and 7) The New Millennium wherein plastic surgery became more common and body shaming is at its best.

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This is a little tricky, and can require specialized materials, so be prepared to invest a little more money if you want to go long term and continue making your own soaps. For beginners, it is recommended you start by melting down pre-made bars of unscented soap. These are usually made specifically so you can customize the scent. Then, you just add some essential oils once the soap has been melted down, and let them set. If you want to go a step further, you can look up more intense and more time-consuming processes to make soap at home.

The most basic ingredients will be lye and some kind of fat or oil. That’s really all soap is, but with extra ingredients, you get the luxurious feels, foams, and scents of the higher end brands.

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Stretch marks happen to many people during their childhood or pregnancy. Stretch marks can occur when your body is growing too fast for your skin and it causes scar-like marks on the area where the skin has been stretched beyond capacity. In order to treat these dark marks, you can often use similar treatments that fade scars. A commonly used substance is castor oil which has been shown to help with a variety of skin issues. Aloe vera is another great tool to help fade stretch marks. It has soothing and healing properties which have been shown to help skin issues like stretch marks.

It may sound weird but eggs are other source for help in fading those stretch marks. Eggs are a source of protein, but you only want to use egg whites. You will also need to rinse this off after becaue it will be very tight and stiff.

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