Friday, 23 November 2018

Take care of your skin with the Derma Roller System

Winter is beautiful, but the cold weather could harm our skin if we don't take care of it properly. We should always keep it hydrated and I just found out about a new device that could help us with many skin problems. Keep reading if you want to find out what I'm talking about.

What is the Derma Roller System
The derma roller (also known as the skin roller or microneedle roller) is a revolutionary device which has the ability to naturally stimulate the collagen and elastin production. The derma roller helps the skin cells renew more often. It can be used for treating common problems such as wrinkles, skin hyperpigmentation, scars (including acne scars), uneven skin, stretch marks (usually developed after pregnancy), hair loss or it can simply be used if we want smoother skin.

How does it work?
In order for our skin to have a healthy glow it must continually regenerate. The Derma Roller System helps our skin cells renew by using Collagen Induction Therapy (C.I.T.). This is a process where the derma rollers’ 200 fine medical-grade needles are painlessly rolled over your skin to make the pores open temporarily. This triggers your body's natural healing process to create new, healthier tissueWhen the derma roller is used with nourishing creams, the absorption of vitamins, enzymes, lipids is greatly enhanced. The pores fully close in approximatively one to two hours.
This treatment should be carried on for at least three months. You should notice smoother, clearer skin within the first 3-4 weeks and the skin should heal completely after several months.

Monday, 19 November 2018

Circle contact lenses


We all feel like we need a little change from time to time. What should it be? A new hair colour? Or maybe a new haircut? But maybe we aren't brave enough to do this or maybe we only want a temporarry change. Then we can go for coloured contact lenses! 
Today I decided to present you the circle contact lenses. But first of all, what
 are circle lenses? They are extra-wide contact lenses that make eyes appear larger when worn. The main reason why normal contact lenses appear smaller than circle lenses is because the tint on normal lenses only cover the iris of the eye, while circle lenses have an extra-wide tint around the outer rim of the lens (this area is usually transparent on normal contact lenses). 

Is it hard putting them on?
I've been wearing contact lenses for almost 10 years and I can tell you for sure that it isn't once you get used to them. Of course, you might need to practice a little at the begining, but isn't it the same with applying eyeliner or make-up?
There are a few easy steps you should follow:
1. Make sure your hands are clean! That means that you've just washed and dried them and didn't touch anything else except for the lenses. 
2. Place the lens on your index finger. 
3. Use the thumb and index of the opposite hand to open the eye. 
4. Move the lens towards your eye and place it on the eye with the bottom of the lens touching the eye before the top part of the lens. 
5. Blink a few times to adjust the lens.

But what colour should you choose?
 For a bold, dramatic and confident look, you may want to choose a colour that is eye-catchy. For example, you could choose bright colours if you have dark skin or if you are very courageous, you could go for purple, yellow or very light gray. 
 For a more conservative look, you may want to choose colour that only creates a subtle change in your look, so that people can tell that there is a difference, but they can't tell exactly what it is. You could go for hazael, natural green or blue.  

I've recently came across LensCircle.com, a website selling circle contact lenses. See their Angel Series and World Series for some beautiful designs.