History of Beauty.

Beauty is a concept as old as mankind itself. Now one may think that I consider only humans to be beautiful.
By talking about beauty being as old as mankind I meant that the sense of perception brought beauty to life. Before this sense, the beautiful things went unnoticed.
Now what is beauty? What is considered beautiful? When there was no sign of perception on this planet,who decided what beauty is and what is not. Well, beauty lies in the fact, how the things on Earth came to existence.
The entire creation is beautiful in one form or the other. Some like the colours, some the shape, some the form. It is up to what appeals you the most, what pulls you more.
Now let us see how beauty is relevant to the history of this planet. Everyone knows how life came to existence. We know this because we have advanced technology and people working together towards a common goal to explore the planet, and the processes that took place to give a form of the present day terrain. Now how beautiful is that. From rocks and water, to plants, to flowers.It is beautiful how millions of species are living and are a support to the life system of other creature. How beautiful is it when we realize that everything on the planet is in a relationship.
Beauty cannot be restricted to looks. Beauty is also about a process that produces good results.
Many people relate beauty to looks. Outer beauty is the easiest way to judge a person, but beware! Stereotyping and halo effects are not the most accurate tools to examine a person. Shakespeare has written in Macbeth “Look like the innocent flower, but be the serpent under ‘t.” also” there’s no art to find the mind’s construction in the face”. Duncan was murdered by one of his most trusted men.
Beauty is not only on the surface. The goodness of character is also beauty.Beauty fades with age, not the character. There have been so many beautiful people in this world, came, lived and died. Do we know all of them? Or the people who we know from the history are all good to look at? Their deed and character is what has kept them alive.
A lot can be talked about beauty because your way of looking at things can make everything beautiful.

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Product Review: JOHNSON’S BABY LOTION

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By Padmini Srivastava.

Hello all!

Today I am going to be sharing my reviews on Johnson’s Baby Lotion.

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Having a sensitive skin hints at treating your skin like those of the babies. I have used lotions that make my skin so oily. Not using any cream makes my skin dry. I never had a suitable cream to apply till the day I came across the Johnson’s Baby Lotion.

INGREDIENTS:

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STEARIC ACID: Stearic acid helps to remove dirt, sweat and excess sebum from the skin.

CETEARYL ALCOHOL: Gives a pleasing texture to the skin.

POLYSORBATE 20: Used as an emulsifier.

GYLYCERIN: Used to treat conditions like acne, skin infections, acne and fine lines.

DIMETHICONE: It fills in uneven texture and fine lines, which helps create a smooth and flawless look in products like primers, foundations, and lotions. It also provides a protective cover on skin, which is supposed to help keep moisture in, leaving skin hydrated for longer.

CONSISTENCY:

The consistency is not very aqueous, it is heavy .

PROS:

  1. Good for sensitive and dry skin.
  2. Portable because it retails in small sizes also.
  3. Affordable.

CONS:

  1. People with oily skin cannot use.

COST:

The product retail for Rs. 85/- for a 100 ml of the lotion.

CONCLUSION:

The lotion is very good for the dry skin or sensitive skin ones. Also the skin becomes soft after application.

So this was my honest review on Johnson’s Baby Lotion.

I hope you find this helpful.

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Product Review: HIMALAYA HERBALS OIL CLEAR LEMON FACE WASH

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By Padmini Srivastava.
Hello all!
Today I am going to be sharing my reviews on Himalaya Herbals Oil Clear Lemon Face Wash.

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I have been playing around with a lot of face wash lately. Since I have a combination skin, I need to have a face wash that takes care of my T- zone. This month I have been using the Himalaya Herbals Oil Clear Lemon Face Wash.

PACKAGING:

The product comes in a tube packaging with a green cap.

SMELL:

The Himalaya Herbals Oil Clear Lemon Face Wash smells very similar to Himalaya Herbals Purifying Neem Face Wash. One can feel the presence of lemons in it but in traces only.

INGREDIENTS:

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AMMONIUM LAURYL SULFATE: A cleansing agent that removes oils and dirt from hair and skin.

HONEY: Gentle exfoliator, lightens scars and many other benefits.

GLYCERIN: Used to treat circumstances like acne,skin infections, wrinkles and fine lines.

HYDROGENATED JOJOBA OIL: Contains Vitamin E and B-Complex Vitamins.

USAGE:

The face wash does not lather well on skin, so the amount required to wash the face may vary depending upon the skin type.

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CONSISTENCY:

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It has a gel like consistency. It contains small granules that are not at all hard, but exfoliating, which is good. The beads are not that concentrated.

PROS:

  1. Contains beads that provide exfoliation.

  2. Has cooling properties.

  3. Travel friendly.

  4. Affordable.

CONS:

  1. The granules should have been more concentrated.

  2. Not very different from the regular face washes.

COST:

The product retails for 63/- for 50 ml of the product.

CONCLUSION:

I would suggest this product to the people with oily skin because it removes excess oil from the face. People with dry skin may feel that their skin is stretched after the usage.

So this was my honest review on Himalaya Herbals Oil Clear Lemon Face Wash.

I hope you find this helpful.

Suggestions regarding the blog is invited. You can comment down below if you want me to review any product.

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