Essential Guide to Your Winter Skin Care Transition #Infographic #Skin

Winter is a lovely season that perfectly matches the Holidays. But along with the merry-makings and cheer that you feel around you are the personal dilemmas that you may already be experiencing; particularly those that concern beauty and your skin.

It is during an icy and freezing weather condition when the skin is at its worst state. Moisture is easily lost during winter and may leave you with a skin that is dull, lifeless, and dry. And definitely, this is not how you want your skin to look especially at a time when you will be attending gatherings and celebrations.

However, instead of dwelling on the situation, there are remedies that you can do to provide the best treatment for your skin. The weather may be harsh and there are elements that can ravage your skin, but there are solutions that can give you the skin that you dream of having.

To guide you further, here’s an infographic from Alyaka.com that shares some useful tips and advice to a successful winter skin care transition.

An infographic by Alyaka.

Common Skincare Problems during the Rainy Season #Infographic #Skin

When talking about skin problems during the rainy season, the first thing that comes to people’s minds is the risk of having Athlete’s Foot. The truth is the rainy season brings more skin problems than what people commonly know.

The rainy season causes a warmer air, which results in humid environment. When warm atmosphere is combined with humidity, it becomes an excellent breeding place for bacteria and fungus. This environment is what the skin gets constantly exposed with during the rainy days.

In the Philippines, where floods are usual sights every monsoon, sometimes people cannot help but expose their skin to polluted waters–as a result, they become more susceptible to skin problems that could have been easily prevented.

Maintaining the cleanliness and dryness of skin is just one skin care tip people should remember every monsoon. To learn more, this infographic by SkinCell, one of the most trusted derma clinics in Manila and Taguig, presents you the most common skin problems along with the solutions to avoid them this rainy season.

An infographic by SkinCell.

Benefits of Artificial Grass #infographic #gardening #grass

This infographic depicts the benefits of having artificial grass in your yard, both personal and environmental. With artificial grass, you save money on water, fertilizer, maintenance, and pesticides. You also never have to worry about discoloration, weeds, bald spots, or insects/bugs. Installing artificial grass is eco-friendly. You no longer need a lawnmower, which produces the same amount of pollution as 11 cars in 1 hour.

You will save so much water, approximately 99,000 gallons of water a year. It also keeps 105,000,000 tires out of landfills. Because you aren’t using pesticides or fertilizers you are reducing water pollution, and it’s safer for children and dogs to play on without worrying about harmful products. Most people think it costs more than just maintaining their yard, but after all, cost are weighed out, it takes about 4-7 years of maintenance of a natural yard but lasts as long as 15-20 years, which brings savings to about half.

An Infographic by hillhorticulture.com.

Vietnam Travel Guide to Ho Chi Minh City #infographic #Vietnam #travel

Ho Chi Minh City rose up from the small fishing village, Saigon. Under French rule the city prospered, in 1887 it became the capital of Union of Indochina and in 1954 it became the capital of South Vietnam.

Saigon was hit hard by the 1968 Tet Offensive, with hundreds of thousands of refugees seeking housing and food, it was impossible for the city to keep up. In 1975, the city fell back under Communist rule. Saigon would soon be renamed Ho Chi Minh after the former North Vietnamese president (1890-1969). Today, the city is the seat of the Saigon Opera House, War Remnant Museum, and Ho Chi Minh University.

Over the course of many years, the city has become one of the hottest tourist destinations in the world, thanks to its historical value and amazing attractions. Commerce and culture drive the city and give it a modern feel, while some areas are more urban and historical. Whether you wish to explore the culture and cuisine of Vietnam or want to learn about the Vietnam War, you’ll be able to fulfil your desires by visiting this city. During your visit, you’ll definitely want to check out the War Remnants Museum and the fine restaurant establishments throughout the city! Check out this interesting Infographic to have an overview of Ho Chi Minh city.

An Infographic by Viet Fun Travel.