Usually, the dead skin that accumulates on the upper layer of the skin keeps on falling off on its own during daily activities. But due to pollution and some products, sometimes they get stuck into the pores, which starts the problem of pimples, rashes, blackheads and whiteheads. Hence, it is necessary to exfoliate the dead skin. However, it is important to take special care of your skin during the exfoliation process. Do you know that every 30 days our skin leaves the old and dead skin and replaces them with a new layer? To remove the dead skin, you can make your face scrub with some household ingredients and use it. If you haven’t used them yet, don’t worry we are here to solve your problem! Sugar scrub To make this, all you need is just 1 tablespoon green tea, 1 tablespoon sugar and 1/2 teaspoon honey. First of all, boil water in a pan and add green tea to it and when the green tea is boiled properly, take off the pan from the flame. When the water cools down, fill it in a … [Read more...] about Make Your Own Scrub at Home to Remove Dead Skin for Instant Glow
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The desire for privacy is a natural tendency among teenagers while growing up. Some amount of privacy is also necessary while growing up as it teaches children a sense of responsibility. According to pysychologytoday.com, there are a lot of other reasons why teens want privacy. Let’s have a look at some of them Solitude allows them to develop a sense of introspection While observing solitude, teenagers can contemplate their ideas and mistakes made in the past. They also get a chance to decide their future course of action regarding careers and other aspects. Withdrawing themselves from the outer world will give them a chance to relive the conversations they had with people. Reliving those conversations will help them think about what they should probably say and avoid saying in future. Solitude helps in mood regulation: Studies have indicated that solitude might not always help in lifting your spirits but it can certainly help a lot in regulating emotions. There may be many … [Read more...] about Why Most Teenagers Wish for More Privacy While Growing Up
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 12 CAIRO (AP) — President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi of Egypt held talks Saturday with Qatar’s emir, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, who visited Cairo for the first time in years. The talks focused on ties between the two nations and a set of other regional and global topics, including U.S. President Joe Biden's upcoming trip to the Middle East in July, according to a statement from the Egyptian presidency. Both leaders agreed to develop mutual cooperation, especially in the energy and agriculture sectors, and boost Qatari investments in Egypt, the statement said. Al Thani arrived at the Itihadiya presidential palace in Cairo for talks with el-Sissi. Both leaders inspected an honor guard and bands played the national anthems of Egypt and Qatar, a livestream of the welcoming ceremony posted by the Egyptian presidency showed. … [Read more...] about Egypt’s president holds talks with visiting Qatari emir
Libya's latest upheaval comes at the hands of a mustachioed military strongman who lived in the U.S. for 20 years, has past links with the CIA, and recently spoke on the phone with President Donald Trump about their "shared vision" for the country. The North African nation has been divided, lawless and verging on becoming a failed state ever since NATO intervention, including American airstrikes, helped topple dictator Moammar Gadhafi in 2011. Two rival governments continue to claim power in a country destabilized by warring militias and Islamist fighters. Amid this chaos, experienced warlord Khalifa Haftar earlier this month launched an offensive on the capital, Tripoli, where the internationally recognized government is based. Rival factions battle house-to-house for control of Libya's capital April 29, 2019 00:55 It is the latest development in a bewilderingly complex crisis, where several groups are vying for control but with … [Read more...] about Who is Khalifa Haftar, whose forces are attacking Tripoli, Libya?
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 27 MEXICO CITY (AP) — Even after five years of living together in the Pacific resort city of Acapulco, something as simple as holding hands or sharing a kiss in public is unthinkable for Dayanny Marcelo and Mayela Villalobos. There is an ever-present fear of being rejected or attacked in Guerrero, a state where same-sex relationships are not widely accepted and one of five in Mexico where same-sex marriage is still not allowed. But this week they traveled the 235 miles (380 kilometers) to Mexico’s capital, where the city government hosted a mass wedding for same-sex couples as part of celebrations of LGBT Pride Month. Under a tent set up in the plaza of the capital’s civil registry, along with about 100 other same-sex couples, Villalobos … [Read more...] about Mass same-sex wedding in Mexico challenges discrimination
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 29 HONOLULU (AP) — Megan Kau takes occasional weeklong hunting trips to the Hawaiian island of Lanai, where she enjoys watching the sunrise and hearing the distant rustle of deer and mouflon sheep in the tropical wilderness, a rifle ready at her side. As a gun owner, she also goes to shooting ranges several times a year. Those outings are the only times the attorney and Oahu native sees others with guns in this tourist mecca where strict laws make it harder to purchase firearms and restrict carrying loaded guns in public. Thursday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning New York's concealed weapon law will likely change things in Hawaii, too, where it's now highly unusual to see people carrying loaded weapons in public. Some … [Read more...] about Guns in paradise: Ruling could undo strict Hawaii carry law
On the way into work early this morning I checked the headlines and felt like I’d been punched in the stomach. Millions of women will today be feeling the same. The ricochet of the overturning of Roe v Wade can be felt globally. For, on the surface of things, while this “only” appears to affect America, in truth it affects us all. The gradual dominance of conservative ideals in the US in recent years mirrors, in many ways, what can be already seen in so-called “modern” Britain: we are living through a time which is more focused on the crackdown on civil liberties than on protecting human rights ; where we can see, clear as day, the “othering” of disenfranchised communities through odious legislation such as the Nationality and Borders Bill . We have plans from our own government to send vulnerable refugees over to Rwanda , a failure to ban trans conversion therap y , the deliberate stoking of “culture wars” and straw man arguments used to perpetuate a … [Read more...] about What does the Roe v Wade Supreme Court ruling mean for British women?
Toyota Motor Corp and Suzuki Motor Corp on Friday said they would begin production of hybrid vehicles in India, a category that Toyota has said is currently best suited to such markets. A Toyota plant in southern India would in August begin building a hybrid sport utility vehicle (SUV) developed by Suzuki, the companies said. Two power trains would be available, they said: one with a mild hybrid configuration from Suzuki and the other as a strong hybrid from Toyota. In a mild hybrid, the battery only assists the piston engine, without the all-electric mode available in a strong hybrid. Building the model is part of a broader partnership formed between the two Japanese automakers in 2017. It will be sold in India and exported to markets including Africa. Green investors have criticised Toyota, the world's largest carmaker by sales, for slowness in moving its product line-up to all-electric, battery electric vehicles (BEVs). But the company has argued that hybrids make more … [Read more...] about Toyota, Suzuki take hybrid route in India for local, global markets
The Supreme Court said Thursday that Americans have a right to carry guns in public, a major expansion of gun rights. The justices’ 6-3 decision follows a series of recent mass shootings and is expected to ultimately allow more people to legally carry guns on the streets of the nation’s largest cities — including New York, Los Angeles and Boston — and elsewhere. About a quarter of the U.S. population lives in states expected to be affected by the ruling, the high court’s first major gun decision in more than a decade. The ruling comes as Congress is actively working on gun legislation following recent mass shootings in Texas, New York and California. Also read: U.S. Senators release gun violence bill after bipartisan compromise Justice Clarence Thomas wrote for the majority that the Constitution protects “an individual’s right to carry a handgun for self-defense outside the home.” In their decision, the justices struck down a New York law requiring people to demonstrate … [Read more...] about Supreme Court strikes New York gun law, expanding gun rights
GEORGE TOWN: A homeowner in Penang got a shock on Saturday (June 25) morning when a car rammed into his home at about 7am. "I heard a bang outside and rushed out. I saw that a car had crashed into the front of my house and the empty house next door that had been used as a welding workshop," said 52-year-old Hasbullah Mohd Khalid. News portal Berita Harian Online reported that Hasbullah was boiling water while his three children were in another room when the incident happened. "I was confused for a moment when I saw the damage to the front of the house as it was just a few meters from the place where I was boiling water. It was only separated by a wooden wall," he said to the portal. Hasbullah said the damage to his house was estimated at RM50,000. He did not have time to meet the man who was driving the vehicle because he was taken away by his friend. It is understood that the case has been handed over to the police for further action. … [Read more...] about Man gets early morning shock as car crashes into his house