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Face Care Routine

Face Care Routine 

Women who wear makeup - see Uma Thurman - should carry out a routine of cleansing, toning and moisturing turn back the clock each evening, as well as washing the face in the morning. 5 Minute Makeover Cleansing will remove old make-up and the grime and grease that have been accumulated during the day.
  • Remove mascara Lashes Unlimited with a cotton bud dipped in eye-dipped in eye-cleansing lotion. To make the job easier keep your hair off your face.
  • Remove the eyeshadow - Artistic Palletes - by gently wiping it off with a pad of clean cotton wool moistened with eye-cleansing lotion.
  • Pour a little face cleansing cream into the palm of one hand and dab it generously over the nose, chin, forehead and cheeks --- using two fingers of the other hand.
  • Massage the cream into the skin, starting under the throat, using a gentle upward motion.
  • Continue massaging the cream up to the forehead, using the fingertips.
  • Gently massage the cream from the eyes to the nose.
  • Massage cream back over the chin, which is particularly prone to blackheads. Use the index finger.
  • Remove the cream from the face with tissue pads in each hand. Start under the chin and work over the cheeks and on to the forehead
Toners remove all traces of dirt, make-up or cleanser that remain after cleansing.
  • Immediately after cleansing apply toner to the forehead and cheeks on a pad of corron wool
  • Apply the toner to the crevices around the nose.
  • Apply the toner to the crevices around the chin.
Without moisture, the skin will not remain smooth and supple. The face is exposed to the drying effect of the weather, so moisturisers -- which form a film over the skin -- contain and augment the natural moisture.

  • Using the tips ofthe fingers, dot moisturising cream lightly all over the face.
  • Press the fingers of both hands into the centre of the forehead and work the cream slowly outwards. Pat the cream gentlyaround the eyes.
  • Work the cream around the jawline, chin and mouth with the middle fingers of both hands.
  • Massage the cream over the throat with alternating hands, using upward strokes from collar-bone to chin.

Winter Skin Care – Here Comes 10 Tips for You

  Winter Skin Care 

– Here Comes 10 Tips for You:

For many people, the cold clear days of winter bring more than just a rosy glow to the cheeks. They also bring uncomfortable dryness to the skin of the face, hands, and feet. For some people, the problem is worse than just a general tight, dry feeling: They get skin so dry it results in flaking, cracking, even eczema (in which the skin becomes inflamed). As soon as you turn the heat on indoors, the skin starts to dry out,” Bonnie LaPlante, an esthetician with the Canyon Ranch resort in Lenox, Mass., tells WebMD. “It doesn’t matter if you heat your home using oil, wood, or electricity. The skin gets dry.” Sound familiar? Read on to get WebMD’s top 10 tips for boosting your winter skin care regimen, so that your skin stays moist and healthy through the winter months.

1. Seek a Specialist – If you go to your local drugstore, you’ll be hard put to find a salesperson who can give you good advice. That’s why going to an esthetician or dermatologist even once is a good investment. Such a specialist can analyze your skin type, troubleshoot your current skin care regimen, and give you advice on the skin care products you should be using. But that doesn’t mean you’ll be stuck buying high-end products. “Inexpensive products work just as well as high-end ones,” says David Voron, MD, a dermatologist in Arcadia, Calif. “In fact, the extra price you pay for the expensive stuff is often just for packaging and marketing. What’s most important is how your skin responds to the product — and how you like its feel, not how much money you paid for it.”

2. Moisturize More You may have found a moisturizer that works just fine in spring and summer. But as weather conditions change, so, too, should your skin care routine. Find an “ointment” moisturizer that’s oil-based, rather than water-based, as the oil will create a protective layer on the skin that retains more moisture than a cream or lotion. (Hint: Many lotions labeled as “night creams” are oil-based.). But choose your oils with care because not all oils are appropriate for the face. Instead, look for “nonclogging” oils, like avocado oil, mineral oil, primrose oil, or almond oil. Shea oil — or butter — is controversial, because it can clog facial pores. And vegetable shortening, LaPlante says, is a really bad idea. “It would just sit on the skin,” she says. “And it would be really greasy.”You can also look for lotions containing “humectants,” a class of substances (including glycerine, sorbitol, and alpha-hydroxy acids) that attract moisture to your skin.

3. Slather on the Sunscreen No, sunscreen isn’t just for summertime. Winter sun — combined with snow glare — can still damage your skin. Try applying a broad-spectrum sunscreen to your face and your hands (if they’re exposed) about 30 minutes before going outside. Reapply frequently if you stay outside a long time.

4. Give Your Hands a Hand The skin on your hands is thinner than on most parts of the body and has fewer oil glands. That means it’s harder to keep your hands moist, especially in cold, dry weather. This can lead to itchiness and cracking. Wear gloves when you go outside; if you need to wear wool to keep your hands warm, slip on a thin cotton glove first, to avoid any irritation the wool might cause.

5. Avoid Wet Gloves and Socks – Wet socks and gloves can irritate your skin and cause itching, cracking, sores, or even a flare-up of eczema.

6. Hook Up the Humidifier Central heating systems (as well as space heaters) blast hot dry air throughout our homes and offices. Humidifiers get more moisture in the air, which helps prevent your skin from drying out. Place several small humidifiers throughout your home; they help disperse the moisture more evenly.

7. Hydrate for Your Health, Not for Your Skin – If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times: Drinking water helps your skin stay young looking. In fact, it’s a myth. Water is good for your overall health and “the skin of someone who is severely dehydrated will benefit from fluids. But the average person’s skin does not reflect the amount of water being drunk,” Kenneth Bielinski, MD, a dermatologist in Oak Lawn, Ill., tells Web MD “It’s a very common misconception.” LaPlante agrees. “I see clients at the spa who drink their 10 to 12 glasses of water a day and still have super dry skin. It just doesn’t do that much.”

8. Grease Up Your Feet – Yes, those minty foot lotions are lovely in the hot summer months, but during the winter, your feet need stronger stuff. Try finding lotions that contain petroleum jelly or glycerine instead. And use exfoliants to get the dead skin off periodically; that helps any moisturizers you use to sink in faster and deeper.

9. Pace the Peels If your facial skin is uncomfortably dry, avoid using harsh peels, masks, and alcohol-based toners or astringents, all of which can strip vital oil from your skin. Instead, find a cleansing milk or mild foaming cleanser, a toner with no alcohol, and masks that are “deeply hydrating,” rather than clay-based, which tends to draw moisture out of the face. And use them a little less often.

10. Ban Super hot Baths – Sure, soaking in a burning-hot bath feels great after frolicking out in the cold. But the intense heat of a hot shower or bath actually breaks down the lipid barriers in the skin, which can lead to a loss of moisture. “You’re better off with just warm water,” LaPlante advises, “and staying in the water a shorter amount of time.”
A lukewarm bath with oatmeal or baking soda, can help relieve skin that is so dry it has become itchy, Bielinski notes. So, too, can periodically reapplying your moisturizer. If those techniques don’t work, go see a dermatologist. “You may need a prescription lotion to combat the dry skin,” Bielinski says. “Or you may have a condition that isn’t simply dry skin and that requires different treatment.”



Winter is the time for outing and merriment. As a matter of fact it is also the time for maximum exposure to ultraviolet rays and dry cold winds. So it is also the time for maximum care to your skin. Here are a few tips to remain fresh and soft even in these dry months. Staying beautiful does not means to look good but to be good so here are also some tips of diet for the season.

To get rid of the tanning and fine lines:
To get rid of the tanning occurred in winter use juice of tomato twice everyday. Don't forget to have raw tomatoes to include Vitamin-C in your everyday diet. Tomato is also helpful in reducing fine lines of skin. Orange is also helpful for reducing fine lines.

To combat dryness:

If you are above thirty-five then try out this fruity face pack to treat dryness of skin. Mix ripe papaya, honey, Vitamin-E capsule, milk cream and a few drops of glycerin to form a paste. Spread the pack all over your face and neck and keep till it dries. For people of all ages to heal dryness of skin paste of petals of lotus and leaves of Kadam tree is very helpful. 
Nowadays a variety of fruits like, Peach, Strawberry, Apricot, and Kiwi etc. not grown in India are available on big shops along with Indian fruits. Kiwi fruit is exceptionally good if used for moisturizing purpose. To get a soft skin in these dry season mix juice of half a lime and a spoon of glycerin in a cup of boiled milk. Rub the mixture all over body and keep for half an hour. Rinse with water. To make your skin petal soft and bright use always a mixture made of  khubani and honey.

Dry elbow, knee and cracked lips
Sometimes dry elbow and knee becomes a source of embarrassment. Smash ripe banana and mix with sugar granules. Rub the mixture on affected regions till the granules melted. If practiced regularly the results are sure to come. Cracked lips coloured with lipstick is also not a site to be seen. Use a mixture of honey, limejuice, olive oil and glycerin to heal cracked lips. Instead
strawberry, milk cream and honey can also be used for similar purpose.

To treat dandruff

Dryness also affects skin of scalp in this season. Soak fenugreek seeds overnight. Mix the seeds with sour curd in the morning. Coat the scalp with the mixture. Only soaked fenugreek seeds paste is also helpful for treating dandruff.
Cucumber being rich in silicon sulphur, is useful in treating dandruff as well as in hair fall problem.

Remain fresh

Don't stop bathing in winter. Use rose petals and basil  leaves in lukewarm water for bathing. This is the wonder formula for a glowing skin. Remove dead cells and dirt with a homemade scrubber of milk cream and refined flour. If you have no time to spare at morning add a few drops of olive oil or coconut oil to the last mug of water and bath with it.
Take beauty internally. Have plenty of fruits and vegetables along with water. Include vitamins like C and A more in your diet to became the beauty of the season.

Rose Water

Rose Water

Cleansing your skin with rose water can have a magical effect on your skin. Rose water has an exquisite scent. This natural cleanser has been used traditionally as a facial cleanser.

Uses of Rose Water

The benefits of using rose water as skin care are immense. It hydrates and nourishes the skin very beautifully. Rose water can be mixed in bath water to get a refreshing feeling as it invigorates the senses. It can be used in facial mask or hair mask. After bath, it can be used as a moisturizer also.
Rose water works for every skin type. To tone and balance the oily skin, rose water works great. Even sensitive skin can be treated well and soothed with rose water. It serves multiple purposes like purifying and toning, harmonizing and cooling.

It can also be used as an aftershave for getting soothing effect to the irritated skin. It has a good capacity to heal the wounds and sun burn. Mature skin is rejuvenated after its use and gives protection from acne and other skin disease. Rose water contains antibacterial properties and helps to treat acne and many other skin problems.

How to Use

Use rose water for removing your makeup. Dip a cotton ball in rose water or spray a little rose water on your face to soften the makeup. It will make scrubbing easy and protect the softness of the skin.

For toning the skin before the application of foundation, use rose water on your face and neck. This will help in making the makeup last and brings a glow on your skin. For retaining vitality and moisture and removing wrinkles from your skin, use rose water on your face every morning and at night with help of cotton balls in circular motion.

Rose extract are used widely in cosmetics and foundations because it has regenerating properties that makes the texture of the skin soft and beautiful.
For a luxurious bubble bath, add few drops of rose water in your bath water. You will feel special and completely relaxed. After getting out of bath, rub your body with the mixture of rose water and almond oil to get smooth skin.

How to Make Your Own Rose Water

Rose water is used in cosmetics for its lovely scent, but also because it has light astringent properties. As the gentlest of all astringents, rose water is often used as toner for fair and dry skin.

You must be careful when  purchasing  rose water to buy only the 100 percent pure form. 
Often what is available in pharmacies and even some natural food stores is synthetic rose oil and water with preservatives added. Pure rose water is the distilled water of roses. It is usually made by stream distillation, and it smells heavenly and tastes delicious.

Availability: Besides health food stores and herb stores, you can often find rose water in delicatessens; it is used as a flavoring in fancy Greek pastries, puddings, and cakes.

Rose Water, Method No. 1 

This recipe is the more traditional way to prepare rose water. Though it’s a little more involved, its fun to do and the results are outstanding. You can make a quart of excellent-quality rose water in about 40 minutes. However, if you simmer the water too long, you will continue to produce distilled water but the rose essence will become diluted. Your rose water will smell more like plain distilled water, rather than the heavenly scent of roses.
Be sure you have a brick and heat-safe stainless steel or glass quart bowl ready before you begin.

2-3 quarts fresh roses or rose petals
Ice cubes or crushed ice

1. In the center of a large pot (the speckled blue canning pots are ideal) with an inverted lid (a rounded lid), place a fireplace brick. On top of the brick place the bowl. Put the roses in the pot; add enough flowers to reach the top of the brick. Pour in just enough water to cover the roses. The water should be just above the top of the brick.

2. Place the lid upside down on the pot. Turn on the stove and bring the water to a rolling boil, then lower heat to a slow steady simmer. As soon as the water begins to boil, toss two or three trays of ice cubes (or a bag of ice) on top of the lid.

3. You’ve now created a home still! As the water boils the steam rises, hits the top of the cold lid, and condenses. As it condenses it flows to the center of the lid and drops into the bowl. Every 20 minutes, quickly lift the lid and take out a tablespoon or two of the rose water. It’s time to stop when you have between a pint and a quart of water that smells and tastes strongly like roses.

To Get Rid of Pores on Face

To Get Rid


Pores on Face


Skin pores are necessary for healthy skin as they release oil to keep the skin hydrated. These pores get affected very easily as they are blocked with air dirt or cosmetic or they become enlarged due to some reasons. Here are some useful remedies to reduce the size of large pores. Follow the tips given below:

Cleansing Your Skin
Proper skin cleansing is the cheapest remedy to cure the large skin pores. Proper cleansing of facial skin will help you to remove all dirt from inside your skin pores and prevent them from getting enlarged.

Use skin cleansing products that have maximum skin supporting vitamins. Due to age factor your skin loses its natural firmness and needs vitamins to maintain its tightness. You should use Vitamin C and Vitamin A in this regard.

Using a Sugar Scrub
Except skin care products, you can also cure your large skin pores by using sugar scrub. To make skin scrub at home, you just need to mix some sugar in water. It is better to use rose water to make sugar scrub. Massage the sugar scrub on your skin and leave for 15 minutes and then wash off with hot water. This will make the skin pores look smaller.

Use Steam to Reduce Skin Pores

Steam is another very cheap and easy to use remedy to cure large pores. Steam will soften the hardened oil. Boil the water at home, allow the water to become a bit cool. Place your face 5 inches away from the pot of water. Do this practice for 10 minutes and then rinse your face with cool water. This method will clean the large pores deep.

Egg White

Egg white is very good to cure large skin pores. To use an egg white mask, remove the yolk from an egg and apply the remaining egg white on your face. Leave the egg white on your face to get harden. It will take 15-20 minutes for better results. Wash off your face with cool water to keep the pores smaller and cold. Using egg white you will also get a smooth skin.

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Homemade Beauty Recipes


Smooth Skin Care

All of us want skin and hair like Cleopatra, perhaps the most beautiful woman of all time. But her secret of everlasting beauty was the Dead Sea Salt. For those of us who do not have access to Dead Sea salt or other expensive beauty items. So what is the next best option for us? Homemade beauty items, these are natural (which is brilliant for skin) and cheap (exciting isn’t it!). So here are some homemade beauty recipes that will ensure you have smooth and glowing skin. 

Homemade Cleansers

Chamomile Cleansing Milk :    
suitable for dry and sensitive skin
You will need:
  • Cream – ¼ cup.
  • Milk – ¼ cup.
  • Chamomile flowers, fresh or dried –”  2 tablespoons.
In a pan heat all the ingredients but do not bring to a boil. Let it sit for 2 hours and then strain. Cool and put in a bottle and refrigerate. This cleanser is good two hours. 

Buttermilk and Fennel Cleansing milk :   
great for dry skin

You will need:
  • Buttermilk – ½ cup.
  • Fennel seeds, crushed – 2 tablespoons.
In a pan heat the buttermilk and fennel seeds for half an hour. Let it steep for 2 hours and then strain, cool and refrigerate. This cleanser stays good with refrigeration for 2 weeks. 

Homemade Toner

Lemon Toner   –: 
great for daily use

You will need:
  • Lemon juice, freshly squeezed – ½ cup.
  • Distilled water – 1 cup.
  • Witch hazel – 2/3 cup.
In a glass combine all the ingredients and mix well. Place in a bottle and refrigerate. Shake before every use and apply with a cotton ball.

Cooling toner –:
great for sweaty summer months

You will need:
  • Witch hazel – ½ cup.
  • Water or green tea – ¼ cup.
  • Lemon juice, freshly squeezed – ¼ cup.
  • Vegetable glycerin – 5 drops
  • Lavender essential oil – 5 drops.
  • Peppermint oil – 3 drops.
Mix all the ingredients in a bottle and shake well. 

Homemade Scrub

Milk scrub  :
great for satiny smooth skin
You will need:
  • Powdered milk – 3 cups.
  • Almond meal – 4 tablespoons.
  • Oatmeal – 1 cup.
  • Orange essential oil – 3 drops.
  • Small muslin bag with draw strings

Add all the ingredients together in a jar and mix well. when you need to exfoliate your skin, place a small portion in the muslin bag and rub on the skin. 

Homemade Creams

Ginger face cream 
good for dry and normal skin

You will need:
  • Ginger, fresh – 1 piece of 2 inches.
  • Sesame oil – 2 teaspoons.
  • Apricot kernel oil – 2 teaspoons.
  • Vitamin E oil – 2 teaspoons.
  • Cocoa butter – ½ cup.
Grate the ginger, squeeze and place juice in a bowl. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix on an open flame till butter has melted. Stir well and allow to cool. Store in a cool place.

Facial Cream – :
great to use at night
You will need:
  • Lanolin – 3 tablespoons.
  • Sunflower oil – 1 tablespoon.
  • Almond oil – 1 tablespoon.
  • Lavender essential oil – 1 teaspoon.
In a double boiler melt the lanolin and then add the rest of the oils except lavender oil and blend well. Cool and let it thicken. Place in a jar and store in a cool place. 

Homemade Lip Balm

Basic lip balm  :
great for dry and chapped lips
You will need:
  • Beeswax beads – ½ ounce.
  • Sweet almond oil – 4 ounces.
  • Colored jojoba beads – 1 teaspoon.
  • Essential oil (your choice) – 1 teaspoon.
In a microwave safe bowl, add the sweet almond oil, beeswax and jojoba beads and melt. Stir and then add the essential oil. Let it cool and then pour into a jar.

Natural Beauty with Homemade Skin care Remedies

Natural Beauty 


Homemade Skin care Remedies

All of us want skin and hair like Cleopatra, perhaps the most beautiful woman of all time. But her secret of everlasting beauty was the Dead Sea Salt. For those of us who do not have access to Dead Sea salt or other expensive beauty items. So what is the next best option for us? Homemade beauty items, these are natural (which is brilliant for skin) and cheap (exciting isn’t it!). So here are some homemade beauty recipes that will ensure you have smooth and glowing skin.

People from all age groups try and follow beauty and skin care tips very religiously. A person is supposed to be healthy if he has a healthy, soft and supple skin. Though most of us are not aware of the kind or skin we have, this information is very essential to understand the kind of products we need to use for our skin.

The following are a few tips to 
obtain a glowing skin:

  • Mix white of an egg with honey to prepare a face mask to apply on tanned skin.
  • You can mix honey, oatmeal and almond powder with yogurt to prepare a face mask to be applied on your skin. Apply this as a face mask and leave it on until it dries.
  • Cucumber gives your face a cooling effect and also acts as a good cleanser. Add cucumber juice to milk and apply it all over your face to cleanse it.
  • Some of us face the problem of pimples and acne due to oily skin. Apple can help you in reducing the oily nature of the skin. Cut apple into think slices and apply it all over your face to reduce the oiliness.
  • Carrot brings radiance and makes your skin glow. Apply it in the form of a paste and wash it off; your skin will begin to glow.
  • Facial hair is also a very common beauty problem. Try this to remove facial hair: Mix egg white sugar and corn flour to form a thick paste and apply it over your face. You can peel it off after it dries. Repeat it three or four times every week for best results.
  • Tomato is also helpful in bringing radiance on to your skin. Mix tomato juice with honey and apply over your face. Wash it off after it dries. Apply once every week for glowing skin.

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Skin Care Treatments 

Many women deal with dry skin at some time during the year (usually winter). There are simple beauty tips you can follow to reduce the affects dry skin such as drinking plenty of water, avoid over-washing and taking vitamin E.
Reasons for dry skin include a variety of conditions such as too much sun, windburn, harsh soaps and cleansers, aging and even diet. Insufficient water can dry your skin overnight. Start working on dry skin problems by increasing your water intake.

Vitamins and Natural Oils that May Help Dry Skin

Drinking lots of water is one remedy for dry skin, but if your skin is very dry, you may need additional help. You may have noticed that many skin care creams contain vitamins: although Vitamin E has been shown to work externally to correct dry skin, most other vitamins don't have a noticeable effect. Look for Vitamin E enriched skin creams, and increase its effects by also taking Vitamin E capsules, which help strengthen skin from the inside. 

Another benefit of taking Vitamin E is that it works on the skin all over your body—hands, feet, face and everything in between. Other natural remedies for dry skin include Evening Primrose oil, flaxseed oil or Omega 3 oils derived from fish. All of these nutritional supplements have been shown to increase skin's elasticity, its rebuilding capacity and its moisture. You can get these treatments at any health food store, and most pharmacies carry them too.

For Extreme Dry Skin Treatment and Relief

Extreme dry skin can get relief through intensive therapy by way of daytime moisturizer lotion, night creams and increased home humidity. If you suffer from dry facial skin or dry skin all over your body, especially in winter, it may be because the heat in your house is drying you out. Try putting a cool mist humidifier in your bedroom at night, and you may see a difference in a few days. A popular home remedy for dryness is the moisturizing facial mask. Use a half of a ripe avocado, pureed. Rinse your face with lukewarm water and apply the mask while your face is still damp. Leave on for 15 minutes, then rinse off with lukewarm water and pat dry. Apply your favorite moisture lotion.

Skin Conditions that Lead to Scaly, Itchy Skin

Eczema starts out looking and feeling like extremely dry skin, with itching and redness increasing until you may have scaly patches, clear, fluid filled bubbles , or welts on your arms, legs, face, eyelids or body. Eczema isn't dry skin, however: it's your body's allergic response to causes in the environment, and it can be worsened by stress. If you think you have eczema, talk with your doctor to find out about treatments: although dry skin remedies may be part of controlling eczema, you may also need treatment with corticosteroids, antihistamines, a special ointment for relief of itching, or other prescription drug therapy.

Beauty Tips

 Beauty Tips

Prepare yourself for a complete makeover as you discover the inner world of true beauty as we dispense tips and advice on every aspect of beauty from homemade remedy to beauty pageant secrets. Our free tips and advice will work whether your skin is Asian, African American, Indian, or a light complexion. The free beauty tips, advice and secrets contained here are for the mature woman as well as the teen girl still facing the trials of acne

The information contained here goes past the normal focus of teaching women how to apply their makeup, do their eyebrows, or fix their hair. We will deal with our inner attitudes, how we treat others, our posture, and our diet. We will guide you how to get the most out of what you have and how to find what you might be missing and camouflage what you have more than you need.

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 Beautiful Hands and Nails -

- People are rarely known far and wide for having pretty hands, but ugly hands get noticed by everyone. One of the reasons for the evolution of engagement and wedding rings is that your hands are “out there”, and people see them. Who among us hasn’t looked at an attractive man’s hand to see if he’s been banded or should that be branded?

The first thing we can all do in having good-looking hands is to keep them
clean by washing regularly. It’s amazing how many people (guys especially, but some women and girls too) walk around with grubby non manicured finger nails. Get a nail brush and put it by the sink, so it’s convenient whenever you wash your hands. An added plus of a nail brushing your fingers is the way it feels: those soft bristles and the luxurious soapy lather take your hands on a daily very mini spa vacation. Always follow up with a nice hand cream or lotion to keep your hands moisturized
Stop nail biting. Break your toddler or child's habit early.
Beautiful hands and nail care start with basics, and not having raggy, bleeding cuticles is a primary step in having presentable hands. Granted, one of the hardest habits to break is to stop fingernail biting, but it’s also one of the more disfiguring things that can happen to a hand. We all know someone who bites their nails to the quick, then starts on those ragged cuticles. Nail-biting usually starts in early childhood as a toddler with some people never outgrowing it, while others only revert to nail-biting in times of stress.

A finger nail biting cure that helped remedy 18 year old girl's problem from when she was a child.

I know a New York woman who stopped biting her nails when she was eighteen, because she wanted to be a flight attendant, and she had read in one of those “How to Be a Flight Attendant” guides, that bitten nails would keep her from being accepted into “Smile School”. (It was a long time ago, when airlines also had age limitations for stewardesses.) I admired her greatly as she stopped through sheer willpower.

At first, she went retro and wore gloves a lot. She also started carrying a nail file in her purse so that when a nail got split or roughened, she could take care of it on the spot. She wore gloves because taking off a glove to bite a nail is a great way to make yourself pause and consider, and then stop the behavior before it starts. She never did become a flight attendant, but she did have her hands photographed for a newspaper ad for the Chicago manicure and nail salon that she frequented and once more a few years later for a Los Angeles nail care and manicure salon.

Nail care and nail biting products
There are some products on the market to stop nail-biting, super-hot or bitter things to paint on your nails. I've heard some nail-biters say that the nasty taste didn't stop them, but they must work for some people


Clarins is a great skin care company founded on science and comfort- and I love the therapeutic scent of their products. This hand cream is a bit expensive, but a little goes a long way, and it just feels so good on your skin- non greasy and it feels like silk- and the scent just gives you a break from everyday stress.

The bright orange bottle in the manicure section of your local drug store- I am sure you have seen it. It smells like a fresh clementine, and it feels like cashmere and absorbs quickly.