Are “beauty procedures” harmful to women’s health?
We women are ready for everything (well, or almost everything) in order to become the most beautiful. Selflessly we attend fitness classes three times a week, all types of massage (after which the body is covered with bruises and abrasions), we do epilation every two weeks so that our legs are smooth and pleasant to the touch … You won’t list everything. Forces, time, large (and sometimes very large) money we give without thinking for the sake of youth and beauty. But that’s not all. It often happens that new-fangled procedures are not only expensive, but also harmful to women’s health. Fatigue of legs, heaviness, aching pain, swelling, night cramps protruding “stars” of veins … Do you know this? Doctors give an example of gloomy statistics: every second woman in the modern world has problems with veins. And, most surprisingly, the cause of venous expansion of the veins can be the most innocuous, at first glance, procedures: hair removal, anti-cellulite massage, excessive physical exertion and even tanning in a solarium. Continue reading
Men’s pedicure is the key to good health
Success is achieved by the man who walks through life with ease and confidence. But how to find this lightness when you feel sharp pain from an old callus or an ingrown nail? In this case, the thoughts are no longer about how to successfully conduct a deal or how to get to know a beautiful girl walking towards, but about how to quickly release tired legs from hated shoes and breathe a sigh of relief. Do you know these sensations? This means that you do not resort to procedures such as men’s pedicures.
Men’s pedicure is the key to good health ”
In any beauty salon, they will tell you that the total number of women doing pedicures regularly from 25 to 30%, but the same proportion of clients is among men. A strong half of humanity believes that manicure and pedicure is the destiny of women, and is only cropped and beautifully painted nails. Continue reading