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If you’re frustrated with those darker skin patches, fret no more, here is a guide to hyperpigmentation treatments which covers everything you need to remove that unwanted skin pigmentation for good. via besthyperpigmentationcreams.com Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 26, 2017 at A Shorter Route
Over the last couple of years, coconut oil has come from seemingly nowhere to become the home remedy of choice for many, and with good reason. Coconut oil is high in nutrients such as Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Capric Acid and Lauric Acid to name just a few. The oil... Continue reading
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Instanatural Vitamin C Serum is another great product from the Instanatural range. A powerful combination of natural products (always a plus) have gone into creating this very popular vitamin c serum. The main ingredient is Vitamin C, which makes up 20% of the product. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 27, 2015 at A Shorter Route
B-Resorcinol works to reduce the amount of melanin that your skin produces (over production of melanin is the cause of darker skin spots) The other main ingredient – Glycyrrhetinic acid, is derived from a Chinese licorice plant, and is a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, helping to repair damaged skin cells.... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 20, 2015 at A Shorter Route
Established fitness monitor company Mio Global has introduced a new activity band to complement their already impressive lineup of wrist worn heart rate monitors. This new model, the Mio Fuse, is marketed as an exercise-centered band taking advantage of Mio’s excellent optical heart rate sensing technology. Aimed directly at the... Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 29, 2015 at A Shorter Route
Melasma, also known as Chloasma, is tan or dark skin discoloration. While it can affect anyone, it is much more common in pregnant women, and is caused by hormonal changes in the body. Thankfully, Melasma usually reverses itself once the hormone levels go back to normal. An Overview of Melasma... Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 29, 2015 at A Shorter Route
Melasma, also known as Chloasma, is tan or dark skin discoloration. While it can affect anyone, it is much more common in pregnant women, and is caused by hormonal changes in the body. Thankfully, Melasma usually reverses itself once the hormone levels go back to normal. An Overview of Melasma... Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 29, 2015 at A Shorter Route
The first thing most folks will notice about the Move is its distinctive appearance. In particular, this little tracker departs from the wristband setup so typical of fitness monitors. The Move harkens back to the old days of pedometers with its use of a basic clip mounting system. The clip... Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 22, 2015 at A Shorter Route
If you’re looking for a smartwatch that teams up with your Android (OS 4.1 or higher) or Apple (iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5c, and 5s running iOS 6 or iOS 7) phone platform, offers excellent battery life, easy navigation, attractive design, and is also capable of most activity-tracking functions, the... Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 15, 2015 at A Shorter Route
There are some really great apps out there at the moment, including the fitness and training market place. Here we’re going to take a look at some of the best weight training apps. Unfortunately, some of the best apps are not cross platform – only available on either iOS or... Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 10, 2015 at A Shorter Route
The Fitbit Surge, a “fitness superwatch” – a popular product that helps people keep up with various metrics in their body as they work out. For most people, the Fitbit Surge will be a great buy, but we’ll go through the details and you can see for yourself how it... Continue reading
Reblogged Mar 9, 2015 at A Shorter Route
After waiting with much anticipation for the next wave of additions to the Fitbit family, it has finally landed. Here is our Fitbit Charge HR review. As the name suggests, the new Charge HR is Fitbit’s latest entry model activity tracker featuring a heart rate monitor. The device comes in... Continue reading
Reblogged Feb 10, 2015 at A Shorter Route
Activity and Sleep Trackers | Facebook A new facebook page dedicated to activity and sleep trackers. Continue reading
Reblogged Feb 2, 2015 at A Shorter Route
It is possible to repair sun damage on the face, but as the well used saying goes, prevention is always better than cure. Lazing under the sun during the summers may seem like a great past-time, but you’ll be paying for it years from now when your skin starts showing... Continue reading
Reblogged Feb 1, 2015 at A Shorter Route
The Sleep Cycle app says it can improve your day by waking you at the right time, that’s got to be a good thing right? Let’s find out in our Sleep Cycle app review. Have you ever woken up feeling really sluggish and generally yuk? Yep, we’ve all been there.... Continue reading
Reblogged Feb 1, 2015 at A Shorter Route
The Misfit Shine, there’s no doubt about it, this is one activity tracker whose looks are a major selling point. Let’s see how it stands up in our Misfit Shine review. What’s in the box? via activitytrackerwear.com Continue reading
Reblogged Jan 28, 2015 at A Shorter Route
The Fitbit Flex, definitely affordable, and one of the most popular activity trackers around. To find out if it’s worth all the fuss, here is our Fitbit Flex review. Affordable, simplistically stylish and wearable, the Fitbit Flex rates a well deserved 8 out of 10 in our review. The app... Continue reading
Reblogged Jan 19, 2015 at A Shorter Route
Millions of women, and men, look at themselves in the mirror every day and wonder if there’s a magic pill they can take to even out their skin tone. Uneven skin tone is a very common dermatological issue. It can be caused by multiple factors, affects everyone from teenagers to... Continue reading
Reblogged Jan 11, 2015 at A Shorter Route
Fade Stretch Marks | Facebook New Facebook fanpage Continue reading
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As we grow and age, our bodies often grow through natural changes that leave a mark. Most often these marks are long red lines known as stretch marks. Over time, these fade into silver or white lines. Most often seen on the abdominal area, stretch marks by no means limit... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 29, 2014 at A Shorter Route