Skin and Hair Care Guide for the Summers

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SKIN:
Looking after your skin in summer the right way is very important. So, make it a point to use a face wash. If you are on the run, never forget to carry face wipes. They help to cleanse, tone and moisturize the skin. They even take the grime off the face. In summer, try to opt for oil-free moisturizers with SPF 30, which also double as sunscreens. Avoid soap. Instead use a cleansing milk. A lip balm is a must for all age groups. Since summer is all about gime and sweat, avoid oily astringents and use rose water instead. Remember to drink lots of water to hydrate the skin. To get more information on skin care, refer this http://www.ultimate-cosmetics.com/beauty/skin-care.htm

MAKEUP:
Less is more. Get minimum makeup and just a hint of translucent powder. But if you do want to add a dash of glam, try this, if your skin is dry, try creams which give a dewy effect. This hydrates the skin and adds a glow. Opt for clear mascara instead of a black one, and use a pale lipstick for your cheeks and lips. Pepermint foot cream also works wonders. And finally a word of caution, "never sleep with makeup on".

HAIR:
Try using a sunscreen for your hair. Leaving on a conditioner with UV protection is a great bet for dry and brittle hair. Products for treated hair are a must in summer, besides regularly using liss and fizz control solutions. A regular oil massage too helps. Try deep-conditioning treatment, as the sun-rays damage the hair.

THE GOLDEN RULE:
You need to regularly follow the three golden rules of cleansing, toning and moisturising for a healthy skin and fabulous glow.

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Jelly Bean 22.12.2011. 18:51

How to protect your hair in the winter...? I got an awful haircut and I need it to grow back. What are some ways I can protect my so it'll help it grow? It's winter here. Also I know hair grows the best in the summer but does it grow good in the spring time?

Jelly Bean

Admin 22.12.2011. 18:51

Not just during winter, it's everyday of your life: summer is just as bad as winter.

1. Hair gets very dry from too much sun exposure, same with the skin.
2. Shampooing in Hot water & chlorine in the pool causes the skin to get 'dishpan' hands look, so does the hair. So use warm water.
3. Blow drying too long. If you need to blow dry, towel dry first air dry some, then blow dry for 5 mins.
4. Don't use products containing alcohol. Gel has alcohol, so does hair spray.
5. Perming, relaxing & dyeing all causes hair feeling like hay. Get frequent trims, allowing new growth to take over.
6. Don't shampoo often. Washing less often, builds the natural oil your hair needs, to get them smoother, shinier, silkier, softer. Man-made products are just temporary, until you wash them again, and at the same time washing off the natural oil your hair NEEDS. Hair product just absorbs on your hair if they're dry, like a sponge.
7. Overbrushing. Avoid too much brushing or styling in the winter. Harsh winter months can leave your hair dry, dull, brittle, or frizzy.

DOs:
1. Cover your hair with a scarf or hat when you go outside to prevent sunburned even during winter.
2. At the end of washing your hair, rinse it thoroughly with cold water. This locks in moisture, according to Hair Care Guide.com, and gives your hair extra shine.
3. Always dry your hair thoroughly before you go outside, since damp hair can freeze and break.

Hair is growing everyday, they come from your good genes, good hair care and all the foods you eat from Mother Nature. I cut my bangs every week, no matter what season. The season shows life in the spring, but your hair doesn't hibernate during winter, not like bears in Alaska or tulip bulbs from the ground planted in the fall.

Shampoos are meant for cleaning, and eating is for growing. If you've straightened your hair in the past, it may grow slowly or none at all.
Google: "Foods for Healthy Hair" - Your hair may be the fastest-growing tissue in the body but, unlike the skin, it cannot repair itself. That is why getting the right balance of vitamins and proteins is imperative. Don't expect to look like you've stepped out of a hair commercial the day after you've changed your diet. It is likely to take at least three months before you actually see tangible results.

I'lll let YA POSTERS respond about hair mask: "i have naturally black hair but i hate it so i dye it brown + blonde highlights .. and bcuz of that it got really super dry .. i use olive oil and bunch of different oils every week ( as a hair mask ) , and they do help but not that much."

And one from bad hot oil treatment:
"I used a store bought hot oil treatment a week ago and the results I had were horrible. From the minute I rinsed it out I could tell my hair was in worse shape. It turned out dry, brittle, and very tangled. What can I do to fix the effects of the got oil treatment?"

And one with seriously damaged hair:
My hair is ridiculously damaged, mostly due to the fact that I've been coloring it or bleaching it for several years now. A few years ago, my hair was so badly damaged after a color reconstruction that it all broke off to about 4". Since then, it's gotten longer, and I've taken it back to the closest color to my natural one that I can get it, but it is still so broken that I don't know what else to do. I've done hair treatments, hair masks, used several different deep conditioners, moroccan oil, and I only straighten it once a week- if that. Nothing seems to be working, and I just want healthy hair again.

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k_koolkiller 23.05.2013. 09:44

Should I apply hair oil( preferrably coconut oil) after shampoo in the summer ? Shall I apply coconut oil on hair after shampoo or before in summer. I stay where there is lot of dry heat. The temperature is already 45deg C. So shall i leave oil on overnight or and hour before shampoo and then condition...Or apply after shampoo...Will the hair become too greasy if I apply after shampoo.

I am a guy and dont have very long hair...So dont give suggestions of covering the hair with a bag and blow drying. Also My hair is very dry. .Thts y i want to know if shud apply oil before or after wash...Or can i apply serum after wash ?

Also if your sayin tht i shud apply oil before shampoo, i cant do tht daily, as I think its not good to shampoo daily. So can I apply oil daily after bath ?
If i apply oil and then shampoo, that will only be 2-3 times/week...I cant shampoo daily. Then what shud I apply on other days ??

k_koolkiller

Admin 23.05.2013. 09:44

No. "You find people oiling hair every single day, the hair sweats and it doesn?t get washed. What do you think happens? It goes limp and becomes thin because it is not breathing,? Shamillah Mohammed, a hairstylist at SUQA, says.

Eliminate the CAUSES for DRY HAIR FOREVER
1. Hair gets very dry from too much sun exposure, same with the skin.
2. Shampooing in Hot water & chlorine in the pool causes the skin to get 'dishpan' hands look, so does the hair. So use warm water.
3. Blow drying too long. If you need to blow dry, towel dry first air dry some, then blow dry for 5 mins.
4. Don't use products containing alcohol. Gel has alcohol, so does hair spray. Add a small dollop (size of a quarter) of gel to keep hair from frizzing.
5. Perming, relaxing & dyeing all causes hair feeling like hay. Get frequent trims, allowing new growth to take over.
6. Don't shampoo often. Washing less often, builds the natural oil your hair needs, to get them smoother, shinier, silkier, softer. Man-made products are just temporary, until you wash them again, and at the same time washing off the natural oil your hair NEEDS. Hair product just absorbs on your hair if they're dry, like a sponge.
7. Overbrushing. Avoid too much brushing or styling in the winter. Harsh winter months can leave your hair dry, dull, brittle, or frizzy.

DOs:
1. Cover your hair with a scarf or hat when you go outside to prevent sunburned even during winter.
2. At the end of washing your hair, rinse it thoroughly with cold water. This locks in moisture, according to Hair Care Guide.com, and gives your hair extra shine.
3. Always dry your hair thoroughly before you go outside, since damp hair can freeze and break.

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Chris 11.11.2010. 06:35

How Do You Preserve Animal Pelts? I would like to know how to preserve rabbit pelts. Rabbit season is coming up, and I love the softness of the fur. I want to know how to preserve it, and what kind of tools I would need to do it with. Another question is if I can preserve deer pelt.

Chris

Admin 11.11.2010. 06:35

I found HOW TO PRESERVE DEER PELTS on "madeinmanhattan blog". Here is some part of it :
* With a sharp knife, I cut away the bone from the hide, being careful not to cut the hide! I threw the skull in the compost bin. I'll try and think of something cool to do with it this summer.
* With the hide separated from the bones and laid flat, I removed any pieces of meat or fat left behind. Next I salted the hide. Until the advent of modern refrigeration, salting was an important way to preserve food. Curing with salt allowed meat and fish to be preserved and shipped long distances. The important thing about salt is that is absorbs moisture and aids evaporation thereby preventing bacteria and rot. Accordingly, salting the hide will remove the moisture prior to the tanning process. After a few days you're ready to tan the hide which will make the hide pliable and strong.
* There are several ways to tan animal hides. Although apparently not the cheapest or the easiest, I decided to go with the turpentine and alcohol method because these materials are readily available at the hardware store.
* After about 5-7 days, wash the hide with soap and water. This will take a while as the smell from the tanning solution is quite strong. The tanning process preserves and sterilizes the hide. So a lot of dirt, fat and other crud will come out of the hide.
* When the hide is partially dry, it must be oiled. The guides I read say to use mink oil or other leather oil. I have some Nikwax waterproofing wax which I decided to use. While probably not the idea choice, the Nikwax did make the pelt more pliable and added moisture to the hide.
* And here's the luxuriant hide after being tanned. The tanning process seals the skin, prevents rot and prevents the hair from falling out.

I found HOW TO PRESERVE RABBIT PELTS on FAO corporate document repository. Here is some part of it :
* Rabbit pelts are preserved only by drying. This is a simple operation which can be done anywhere, and costs little (the salt used to preserve the skins of other species can be expensive). Drying should start immediately after the skin has been removed. It must cool off quickly and dry out to prevent the action of enzymes in the derma which attack the hair root and cause the hair to fall. If fresh pelts are left in a pile for even a short time a rapid bacterial fermentation will set in and cause the hair to fall out in patches. Many pelts are lost this way for a lack of elementary care.
* The skins are shaped on a frame. They should not be excessively stretched, not should there be any creases. The frame can be a board, a steel wire frame (Figure 43), or even a fairly supple stem with no branches. Straw should not be used as padding as it can deform the pelt.
* During drying, air should circulate freely, and the skins should not come into contact with one another. It is out of the question to accelerate drying by exposing the skins to the sun or to hot air, above 50°C the collagen of the derma is altered irreversibly and the skin cannot be processed. They should be dried in the shade in a well-aired place (optimum temperature 18-22°C, 65 percent relative humidity).
* Storage -
The pelts are arranged in piles when they are perfectly dry in a cool airy room, with insecticide (naphthaline) between each layer of skin. It is best to grade the pelts without delay, the grading being more or less elaborate according to the size of the stock in question. At least the different qualities should be separated immediately, and the white skins from the coloured.

Whether the destination of the pelt is fur or hair production, all operations from skinning to storage must be carried out with care and attention.

Hope that Helped ^_^

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Sean 27.01.2008. 07:25

can anyone post me a men's long hairstyle gallery? i'm trying to get a NICE, not greasy emo long haircut, can anyone post a gallery or something?

Sean

Admin 27.01.2008. 07:25

Long hairstyles are always a great look. Hairstylescut.com will guide you and give best tips and information needed for Beautiful Long Hairstyle. There are so many things you can do with a long hair style, from curling to crimp, to putting it up in a fabulous and elegant up do. There are some popular looks with long hair that never seem to fail, because long hair can basically go with any face type. Long hairstyles must have lots of natural shine, flirtatious flips and long loose layers whether your hairstyle is straight, wavy or curly. Hair grows at the rate of approximately half-an-inch (1 cm) a month, so very long hair is several years old. It has borne the stress of brushing, shampooing and detangling over all that time.

Choosing a Long Hairstyle

There are many factors to consider when choosing a Long hair style. Long hair cut should match your personality, career, lifestyle, time constraints, body shape, face shape, hair texture, hair density, eye color, and skin tone. Just as you would with your regular hair, with this type of long hair style, you can wear your hair up or down, whichever you prefer.

Long hairstyle makes the look more sexy and feminine. But in the long run they are difficult to maintain, take time to keep looking good, else would go to be damaged if you don't take good care of them. Long Hairstyling Tips and Advice

If you have a long hairstyle you have to care a lot to maintain it. To keep long hair cut in optimum condition you should never brush it when wet and if possible allow hair to dry naturally. Special care should be taken in the sun to protect the hair in summers. Wear a sun hat or scarf or use a cream or gel with a built-in sunscreen.

Longer hairstyles are hard to take care of and need extra attention to avoid dry, coarse hair and split ends. Flyaway and frizzy hair seems to be more dominant with longer tresses as well. Try different high quality products recommended by your hair stylist to keep your hair healthy. Try something new with your long hair once in a while, beautiful updos, multiple pony tails, etc. Treat your hair like a guy treats his car, take it to the salon once in a while and use quality products. Enjoy your long hair, many women have trouble growing long beautiful hair.

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BelleBoutique 31.10.2012. 11:32

What YouTube videos shall I do? So i'm starting up a new YouTube account, I've been blogging fashion and beauty for a while but I think videos will probably do better.
I would really appreciate peoples help if you could let me know what kind of videos you would like to see or just generally give me some ideas
Thank you in advance!

BelleBoutique

Admin 31.10.2012. 11:32

-Skin care routines. How summer routines can differ from winter routines.
-Make-up guides for every type of face.
-How to dress for your body type.
-How to dress for your height.
-Where celebrities shop / where to buy affordable versions of their clothes.
-Hair tutorials.
-What to wear to 'meet his parents'.
-What to wear to 'a wedding'.
-What to wear to 'a funeral'.
-Fashion in the office. (Like a what to wear to work without being boring looking)
-Fashion when walking the dog. (haha :) )
-Fashion when going to the shops.
-Fashion when its windy.
-Fashion when its raining.
hmm..
-Fashion in all types of weather.. XD
-Top ten accessories shops.
-Top ten online clothes shops.
-Top ten online shoe shops.
-Top ten high street brands.
-Top ten make up brands (different price ranges?)
-How fashion differs in different parts of the world.


I'm going off on an ideas tangent now.. haha.. hope theres something you havent thought of in there! You should post your link so we can see what you decide :)

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Miss Tinkerbell 03.04.2012. 20:26

Summer beauty tips please? Hey guys i would like to know all your top summer beauty tips :)
e.g hair care,skin care, summer hair styles,summer make up.
much love chloe <3

Miss Tinkerbell

Admin 03.04.2012. 20:26

What causes aging or wrinkles are too much sun & too much swimming (soaking either).

To prevent any of those two, use sun kind of protection. Best is a floppy hat, umbrella, heavy or denim fabric jacket, etc. In the car, when the sun hits the window, you're getting the heat from the sun, you're getting exposure from the sun, even if you're not sitting outside, the UV causes skin to get flakey.

I've been protecting myself from the sun since I was 9.

1. Because I don't want to look like a farmer.
2. Because I get too hot.
3. I want to look like movie stars & models, they have blemish-free skins.
4. I don't want to look like an old prune or get moles on my neck & face like my aunts.

No matter, I still got Discoid Lupus (Google it), caused from the sun. It took 12 years for them to fade. Tried all kinds of lotions that were prescribed to me, and none of them worked. More & more now I protect myself and I take my wide brim hat everywhere I go, or use an umbrella. In Asia, they use umbrella all the time. Here in the States, people started to catch on, and I see people walking w/umbrella, they are used on the beach, and they sell patio umbrellas. It was invented for a reason and also to protect us from getting skin cancer.

The sun is more powerful than most people think!

Take the Skin Picture Quiz - Identify These Common Skin Conditions on MedicineNet.

Eliminate the CAUSES for DRY HAIR FOREVER
1. Hair gets very dry from too much sun exposure, same with the skin.
2. Shampooing in Hot water & chlorine in the pool causes the skin to get 'dishpan' hands look, so does the hair. So use warm water.
3. Blow drying too long. If you need to blow dry, towel dry first air dry some, then blow dry for 5 mins.
4. Don't use products containing alcohol. Gel has alcohol, so does hair spray.
5. Perming, relaxing & dyeing all causes hair feeling like hay. Get frequent trims, allowing new growth to take over.
6. Don't shampoo often. Washing less often, builds the natural oil your hair needs, to get them smoother, shinier, silkier, softer. Man-made products are just temporary, until you wash them again, and at the same time washing off the natural oil your hair NEEDS. Hair product just absorbs on your hair if they're dry, like a sponge.
7. Overbrushing. Avoid too much brushing or styling in the winter. Harsh winter months can leave your hair dry, dull, brittle, or frizzy.

DOs:
1. Cover your hair with a scarf or hat when you go outside to prevent sunburned even during winter.
2. At the end of washing your hair, rinse it thoroughly with cold water. This locks in moisture, according to Hair Care Guide.com, and gives your hair extra shine.
3. Always dry your hair thoroughly before you go outside, since damp hair can freeze and break.
4. Do use floppy hat or umbrella.

If you've straightened your hair in the past, it may grow slowly or none at all.
Google: "Foods for Healthy Hair" - Your hair may be the fastest-growing tissue in the body but, unlike the skin, it cannot repair itself. That is why getting the right balance of vitamins and proteins is imperative. Don't expect to look like you've stepped out of a hair commercial the day after you've changed your diet. It is likely to take at least three months before you actually see tangible results. Hair is dead, but hair also has electrical energy; the negative charge of damaged hair can lead to flyways and unruly hair.

Growing healthy hair doesn't come from a bottle or pills and hair products do not speed hair growth. Any hair oil, is another form to keep hair moisturized, nothing more. If you're in HS, your hair & nails should be growing normally, and as healthily as possible, since you're eating healthy foods. But when hair isn't growing as fast, it's because they've been tampered with: chemicals, hair straightening, etc. . .

Cutting your split ends yourself, spend 5-10 mins. on a sunny day so you can easily spot them, using a 2" scissors, cut strand by strand, section by section, allowing new growth to take over. Then 2x a year, get a good hair cut. This won't speed things up, but it will make the hair look healthier while it's growing. Even healthy hair like mine get them, due to normal brushing & styling. Hormonal changes can have a big effect on hair.

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nurse_shannon02 02.10.2006. 12:59

I'm 25 and have melasma pretty bad? Any suggestions on how to fade this condition on my face.....During the winter it isn't too bad, but during the summer, when I am out in the sun (despite sunscreen, and hat wearing) it darkens, and I find people asking me about it ALL the time! Any suggetions besides laser removal?

nurse_shannon02

Admin 02.10.2006. 12:59

Melasma Treatment


The very first need is to avoid sun. Use a high SPF sunscreen, preferably 30 SPF to protect exposed body parts from sun. Use a wide brimmed hat that stops sun rays. Also use sunglasses, big in size to protect eyes and surrounding areas. Once you protect your skin, hormonal changes cannot produce melasma, because sun exposure is required to produce melasma. Identify cosmetics that include hair dyes that you may be using and are causing phototoxic reactions.

Bleach The Spots
Consult your doctor and use bleach that will slowly remove the pigmentation. Hydroquinone is the most commonly used bleach. Other bleaching products that can be used are kojic acid and azailec acid. You will find formulations of these bleaching agents with other skin care ingredients such as retinoids, AHAs, vitamins and other anti-oxidants. Some people develop a reaction with hydroquinone and develop a dark spot on the treatment area. You should then stop using hydroquinone-based products and consult your doctor to shift to other products that may be based on kojic acid etc. Your doctor may prescribe you a treatment that combines steroids with retinoids and hydroquinone. You will have to stop the use of this combination and begin again after few days. Your doctor will guide you about that.

Never apply the bleach on normal skin otherwise it will lighten. Use bleach till the melasma clears and stop using it after that. You can also ask your doctor about exfoliation such as microdermabrasion, superficial chemical peels, etc to remove the superficial pigment.

Once you get rid of melasma, continue using sunscreen and protect yourself against sun. more-
http://www.doctorgoodskin.com/ds/melasma/

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LaurenS 07.10.2009. 00:15

I want healthier hair? I used to have pretty hair two years ago, and then during the summer it started becoming drier and damaged and thin.
I cut it off to my chin since I heard thats what you're supposed to do. It worked, for like three months.
Now my hair is to my shoulders and it's still really messed up!
What can I do?

I excerciese, eat plenty of protien/iron/calcium...
I wash my hair every day with shampoo and conditioner... usually. It gets greasy quickly.
Can you be more specific in what you say? What do you mean by hair oil..?

LaurenS

Admin 07.10.2009. 00:15

Have Healthy Hair

Shiny, healthy hair is a reflection of a healthy body, so it's like two for the price of one. Just like your body, your hair needs a balanced, nutritious diet to stay healthy. So follow this recipe for healthier hair, and be amazed at the difference it makes!

Water

Water makes up one-fourth of the weight of a strand of hair. Moisture makes the hair supple, so make sure you get plenty of fluids. A key point is NOT to wait until you're thirsty. If you're thirsty, it means your body has already lost more water than it should have, and it's urging you to fill up the tank. Water not only hydrates your body, but helps keep your hair silky and shiny. Ideally, you should drink between eight and ten glasses of water a day.

Protein

Protein is the building block of hair, so a diet for healthy hair contains an awful lot of protein! Protein will give the shaft of your hair more strength, and will reduce the likelihood of dame through snapping and splitting. You can get protein from foods like fish, meat, milk, cheese and cereals.

Minerals

* Iron helps to carry oxygen to the hair. Without enough iron, hair and its follicles get starved of oxygen. This means that the ?goodness? in the root of your hair is much less effective along the length of the strand. You can increase your iron intake by eating red meat and dark green vegetables, or by iron supplements.
* Zinc builds hair protein which helps to prevent hair loss. Meat and seafood are the foods highest in zinc.
* Copper is involved in the pigmentation of hair. You can optimize your natural color with a diet with plenty of copper. Who needs hair dye and fake color! Shellfish, liver, fresh vegetables, nuts, seeds and meat are all high in copper.

Vitamins

* Vitamin A will give you a healthy scalp, because it?s great for the skin! You can get vitamin A from foods like vegetables - in particular, in carrots. (So it?s good for the waistline too!)
* Vitamin B and C are important for good circulation, hair growth and hair color. If you ensure that you have enough vitamin B and C, you?ll have strong, supple strands of hair that do not split. You can get these vitamins from eating foods like fruit, vegetables, cereals, eggs, milk and bread.

So follow this healthy guide? be sure to add in a hefty dose of daily exercise to keep that blood pumping? then add proper hair care on the surface!

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ohemgeeitsmexx3 15.04.2008. 22:41

Does Accutane work? can someone please tell me about if it works or not? and are the side effects THAT bad if u go on it in the summer? did it clear up your acne for ever or what? please tell. answer with the most details gets best answerrr.
thank you........!

ohemgeeitsmexx3

Admin 15.04.2008. 22:41

Have you tried everything else to treat your acne? This is a last resort medication and is very strong. I have found out these facts about this medication and hopefully you will be under a Doctor's guidance while using this stuff.

Accutane (Isotretinion)
Generic name: Isotretinion

Is widely used in the treatment of severe nodular acne, primarily in adolescents.

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Accutane Side Effects
as reported by "The PDR® Family Guide To Prescription Drugs®"


Most important fact about this drug:
Because Accutane can cause severe birth defects, including mental retardation and physical malformations, a woman must not become pregnant while taking it. If you are a woman of childbearing age, your doctor will ask you to sign a detailed consent form before you start taking Accutane. If you accidentally become pregnant while taking the medication, you should immediately consult your doctor.

More common accutane side effects may include:
Conjunctivitis (``pinkeye''), dry or fragile skin, dry or cracked lips, dry mouth, dry nose, itching, joint pains, nosebleed

Less common accutane side effects may include:
Bowel inflammation and pain, chest pain, decreased night vision, decreased tolerance to contact lenses, delay in wound healing, depression, fatigue, headache, nausea, peeling palms or soles, rash, skin infections, stomach and intestinal discomfort, sunburn-sensitive skin, thinning hair, urinary discomfort, vision problems, vomiting

Special warnings about this medication:
When you first start taking Accutane, it is possible that your acne will get worse before it starts to get better.

If you are a woman of childbearing age and you are considering taking Accutane, you will be given both spoken and written warnings about the importance of avoiding pregnancy during the treatment. You will be asked to sign a consent form noting that:

- Accutane is a powerful, "last resort'' medication for severe acne;
- You must not take Accutane if you are pregnant or may become pregnant during treatment;
- If you get pregnant while taking Accutane, your baby will be at high risk for birth defects;
- If you take Accutane, you must use effective birth control from 1 month before the start of treatment through 1 month after the end of treatment;
- You must test negative for pregnancy within 2 weeks before starting Accutane, and you must start Accutane on the second or third day of your menstrual period;
- You may participate in a program that includes an initial free pregnancy test and birth control counseling session;
- If you become pregnant, you must immediately stop taking Accutane and see your doctor;
- You have read and understood the Accutane patient brochure and asked your doctor any questions you had;
- You are not currently pregnant and do not plan to become pregnant for at least 30 days after you finish taking Accutane; |
- You have been invited to participate in a survey of women being treated with Accutane.

Some people taking Accutane, including some who simultaneously took tetracycline, have experienced headache, nausea, and visual disturbances caused by increased pressure within the skull. See a doctor immediately if you have these symptoms; if the doctor finds swelling of the optic nerve at the back of your eye, you must stop taking Accutane at once and see a neurologist for further care.

Be careful driving at night. Some people have experienced a sudden decrease in night vision.

Some people taking Accutane have had problems regulating their blood sugar level.

You may not be able to tolerate your contact lenses during and after your therapy with Accutane.

You should stop taking Accutane immediately if you have abdominal pain, bleeding from the rectum, or severe diarrhea. You may have an inflammatory disease of the bowel.

You should not donate blood during your therapy with Accutane and for a month after you stop taking it.

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pink 25.03.2012. 21:19

help needed!! i am getting married in few days...? i am getting married in 21 days i am blank frm my mind and i dont know what to do!!! i need some help regarding preparation like on skin, dress, hair
i am fat girl i need some good beach summer dress idea.
i have dull hair i need some good suggestion on hair
i have rough skin ( all over body) i need soft skin need suggestion Plzzz guys..
i am fat is there any way to loose 5-6 kgs in 15 days.
please help me .. plzzzz and also suggest me any tips . anything u like guys . thanks
i dont know you all guys ( those who answer my question ) reading this or not but i M feeling so bless with all ur replies .. thanks in tones.. lov u all. its hard for me to choose best answer . u all rocks .thanks :)
jreetina20@yahoo.com my email :) thanks again

pink

Admin 25.03.2012. 21:19

First of all "Congratulations".
Next...Wish you a happy and successful married life.
O.K.coming to your question,you will get many tips that you have asked,I am sure.
I can only say go to beauty parlour,dermatologist and to a physician they will guide you.
But,only one thing I would like to suggest you,
Feel that'
your in laws house as own house now on wards.
It is for you to take care of the father and mother in law and elders of the family.
love the younger as your siblings.
Try your level best to make happy your husband and get the same love from him.Live as made for each other.
Be cool on the incidents if takes place and think calmly and try to understand and make them to understand in a submissive manner.
Wish you all the best.
Note:-No need to chose any answer as best.All we will feel that every individual answer is best at its place.
I have checked the answers,I am very glad,every one is responding well.I request all the participants to respond and share their knowledge if they know any thing more,more tips.Thanks to all the participants.

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