10 Ways to Get Rid of Dark Circles and Puffy Eyes #Infographic #Eyebags

Having dark circles around eyes, and sagging eyebags are commonly experienced by people of all ages, race and status. It’s just really hard to do away with it. Worst of all, dark circles and eyebags usually puff with inadequate sleep and a plethora of other daily habits that may be indispensable with our current lifestyle.

While it does not interrupt you in any form or manner, the very existence of which– its contours and sag, can result in beauty concerns that usually make one look visibly older. With eyebags, your appearance is affected and your glow disappears.

But don’t distress as you are not alone in this battle.

Many resort to using chilled cucumber slices, and concealer creams to hide away this eyesore, only to end up without visible results. If you find traditional remedies unavailing, there are other options to take that range from non-surgical treatments to quick and straightforward solutions that can help manage this beauty problem.

To know your options, this infographic presented to you by SkinCell PH, a dermatology clinic in Manila, offers some useful information to help you deal away with the problem of dark circles and puffy eyes.

An infographic by SkinCell.

5 Basic Skin Types: Which Type Does Your Skin Belong? #Infographic #Skin

Dry and sensitive skin needs special treatment and skin care regimen, and so does normal or oily skin. Skin types differ from person to person, and each type has its own concern and susceptibility to different skin problems. If you are still unsure which skin type you have, now is the perfect time to check yourself and see which type you have.

Knowing our skin type is important if we want to keep our skin healthy and vibrant looking. It should be noted it differs from skin concerns.

In cases when you notice the appearance of e-patches on your skin, blisters and other abnormal growth or pigmentation, then you have skin problems. In this case, it is advised that you visit a dermatological clinic. Skin type, on the other hand, is the natural quality of skin under normal condition.

Good to know, checking your skin type can be easy. To have an idea about which skin type you have, this infographic by SkinCell, a dermatology clinic in Manila, presents to you the five basic skin types that most people have.

An infographic by SkinCell.

Alevere Therapy #Infographic #Therapy #WeightLoss

The Snowberry has made an infographic in which they hope will answer a lot of questions which have been sent their way regarding the Alevere Therapy in which they provide for clients. Alevere Therapy, in short, is a treatment which helps individuals reduce their weight and get healthier in order to live life to their capacity. The infographic has managed to answer various frequently asked questions on the treatment in which, maybe is a little too modern for everyone to automatically be able to have knowledge of what it actually is and the process in which it follows to help you meet your aims and gain a healthier lifestyle. The images and text on the infographic accurately show the process in its entirety, in which you will follow if you were to become a client for the course. For extra information on the process, any FAQ, or information on snowberry as an organization, visit their website and read the information available.

An infographic by Snowberry Lane Clinic.

Tick Paralysis in Dogs and Cats #infographic #dogs #cats

As a responsible pet owner, your job does not end in feeding your furry friends. You should also safeguard them from different toxins. To help you out, here’s a rundown of 12 frequent toxins that can harm your dogs:
1. Mouldy food
2. Chocolates
3. Coffee
4. Lilies
5. Lily of the Valley
6. Baked goods
7. Macademia nuts
8. Grapes and Sultanas
9. Onions, chives, leeks, garlic
10. Snail bait
11. Rat bait
12. Some flea and tick products

Don’t see dogs and cats anonymous in terms of their vulnerability to toxins. Do take note that the metabolism of dogs and cats differ. Beware of the following foods that can put the health of your pocket pets and birds at risk.
1. The stones of stone fruit
2. Pear or apple seeds
3. Avocados
4. Tomato and potato
5. Rhubarb

Sometimes the danger of taking care of pets starts on foods, so beware. Whether your pet is a furry dog, a cute cat or a lovely bird, make sure that it is free from toxins.

Tick Paralysis in Dogs and Cats Infographic

An infographic by gordonvet.com.au