More often than not, women fall short of beautiful makeup. But you can rest assured that the growing phenomenon that is makeup is here to stay and it is here to stay because it’s not going anywhere anytime soon.
It is important to use makeup in moderation, but when you feel like going for it, it is okay to create that look. Waterproof mascara, smudge-proof lipstick, and bright red lips are all currently in vogue, but when a lady lifts her lid, she expects nothing less than the darkest shade of black on the market.
Water plays an essential role in cleansing, detoxifying and rejuvenating the body. Without enough water, the body will not be able to function as it should. The body’s main water supply, the diuretic system, is composed of urine, bile, citric acid, magnesium, sodium and potassium. By activating the other two, water changes its own properties. It becomes a natural hydration agent, becomes a skincare product and even an antiseptic.
There are also other systems that provide more water to the skin. Your body draws moisture from the outside and you are re-hydrated from the inside.
The ancient Egyptians believed that the human body as a whole and that it was a symbol of the gods. They believed that when they performed miracles, it was to achieve a degree of divinity. Because the functions of the human body were so important to them, they created the categories of gods and goddesses. To the Egyptians, the human body was a temple. An individual’s lifespan was measured in terms of the length of time since the birth of the sun goddess Ra. Thus, as part of their religious studies, the Egyptians used mixtures of water and other essential oils to substitute for the water found in the atmosphere. And because they believed that moisture is an essence of the gods, the Egyptians made the laws that limited the amount of water that can be taken into the human body. They also made it a law that only a certain amount of water should be inhaled to satisfy the universal wetting requirement of the human body.
The English word ‘wash’ comes from the Latin ‘lava’ and means to remove. In the same way, ‘wash’ now means to remove the beneficial materials from a plant or material that has been soaked away by water.
First, one has to understand that the ordinary means of bathing and shampooing one’s self are not considered as real bathing and shampooing. These activities are done purely for cleanliness and convenience.
The term ‘shampoo’ was first used in the year 1200.
Shampoo usually consists of caustic soda and lye. Lye, it is a highly alkaline substance that permits the soap to be soapy. The process of making soap began with the ashes of charcoal. They are burned in an oven to produce black soaps. The black soaps are produced from fats and ashes from vessels. They contain carbon dioxide and air bubbles also. They are formed from fat and ashes by the pressure of potassium, soda and lye. Lye releases carbon monoxide, which, as the name suggests, removes the black soaps from the skin. The soap making process starts with the ashes of charcoal and galbanum.
The soap making process is long and complex. The ash is thrown into a container through fire. The soap mixtures are dioxide, glycerin, tallow, ashes, water and oil.