Day: August 17, 2020

Face the facts: Survey reveals common skincare misconceptions and mistakes

(BPT) – Do you associate a “squeaky clean” feeling with an effective cleanse? Do you believe the more a cleanser foams, the better it works? Have you ever used dish soap to clean your face?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’re not alone, but according to a top dermatologist, these assumptions aren’t true and are a result of cleansing confusion.

In fact, a new online study from CeraVe conducted by OnePoll revealed many U.S. adults share common misconceptions and a few bad habits when it comes to cleansing their face. Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Sejal Shah shares some top findings and lends her expert insight to clear up this cleanser confusion.

“Cleansing your face daily is an important part of a proper skincare routine, yet many people may not know their skin’s needs as well as they think they do, and as a result may be choosing

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Find peace during pandemic uncertainty with Kundalini yoga and meditation

(BPT) – The COVID-19 pandemic has made the world far more uncertain. It’s impacted our work and finances, our relationships, and of course, our physical and mental health. Finding the sense of surety we all crave is almost impossible, which leads to stress, anxiety and powerlessness that drains us emotionally. These feelings of helplessness can be traumatic, putting our body and mind in a constant “flight or fight” state. Staying in this tense state for too long not only hurts our quality of life but makes our immune systems more vulnerable.

It’s important to recognize that this stress is a natural response to what’s happening in the world. After being gentle with ourselves, we also need to find a self-care routine that treats both the body and the mind, helping us to break the cycle of endless “what-ifs” about tomorrow’s challenges.

There are plenty of ways to cope with anxiety

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American journalist Jody Dean on mission to solve wartime romantic mystery of why his Texan father James Dean kept 75-year-old Bishop’s Stortford photo of woman named Olive

A passionate secret from the 2nd Entire world War has a son attempting to hook up Bishop’s Stortford to an American soldier from the small Texas city of Tom Bean.

Jody Dean, who has used his 30-12 months occupation performing in Texan television and radio, is on a quest to find out what transpired to “Olive” and why his adoptive father, Staff members Sergeant James Edward Dean, experienced a photo of her.

Jody reported: “My adoptive father, James, died in 1987. When I was sorting out his house, a glance by his Army footlocker exposed a single photo and a small gold ring which resembled a wedding band. Above time the ring has disappeared, but the images that have been with the ring nevertheless keep on being.”

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The image has the mark of Ernest Williams, a Bishop’s Stortford photographer in the nineteen thirties and ’40s, and has the

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Paul Knightley says his belly inspired him to get his abs back and girlfriend Sam Faiers now can’t keep her hands off him

Sam Faiers’ boyfriend Paul Knightley has been functioning hard throughout the lockdown period of time and has lost two stone in bodyweight.

Paul, 32, has been showing off his impressive new physique on his social media immediately after embarking on a diet and health and fitness regime, and even kept up with his daily exercise classes for the duration of the family’s current holiday to Spain.

In his and Sam’s exceptional interview with Okay!, Paul opens up on why he decided to get match and reveals that his former TOWIE star girlfriend now just can’t maintain her arms off him.

On why he embarked on his new health and fitness regime, Paul told us: “My tummy motivated it! I assumed if I carried on the exact way then the result is going to be horrendous.

Paul Knightley has been training every day for months and has get rid of two
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Cocktail railing and more: 5 trends for your deck

(BPT) – When determining the look of your outdoor living space, decking is only half of the equation. In many cases, it’s the deck railings that are most visible and the design element that makes the first impression.

“Railings serve a necessary safety function, but they also play an important aesthetic role,” explains designer Alison Victoria, star of HGTV’s “Windy City Rehab” and “Rock the Block.” “They frame an outdoor space and define the setting’s style and personality.”

Following are five fresh ways to frame up your outdoor space for maximum enjoyment and curb appeal:

Industrial inspiration

Industrial styling is all the rage, as homeowners seek to replicate the clean lines and modern looks found in today’s hottest hotels, restaurants and craft breweries. In backyards across the country, this commercial-to-residential trend can be seen in the increased use of aluminum railing styles that deliver sleek sophistication. One such example is

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