Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Get rid of Acne naturally.

Everybody wants clear and clean skin but not each one has. Most  people of all age groups suffer from the problem of acne and then scars and blemishes left after acne has gone.

The best way to achieve smooth and clear skin is through trying the natural ways to get rid of acne.

The young adults suffer from the common problem of acne vulgaris. People suffering from acne tend to rush to drug store and search for creams or ointments that will help clear the acne, but they don't know that those drugs will not solve their problem permanently.

Skin cells are constantly replacing themselves making a journey from epidermis i.e from inside to the surface. As a skin cell ages and approaches the skin's surface, the dying cell flattens out. Once on the surface, it joins countless other dead skin cells and forms a protective layer that helps protect you from bacteria and viruses.

The prudent way to get rid of acne is to use natural methods. Here are some effective ways to combat acne:

You need to do is to wash your face at least twice a day with plain water. Increase intake of fresh fruits and vegetables and salads or consider drinking freshly squeezed juices. Pumpkin seeds and Brazil nuts are rich in zinc which is powerful in combating pimples.

Another effective method is drinking atleast 2 litres of water daily, this will keep your skin hydrated and it inhibits blocking of skin pores by the dead skin cells which are responsible for pimples formation. Increasing the intake of Vitamin E, B1, B2 and B3 also helps in promoting a healthy skin.

Garlic due to its antibacterial, antioxidant and anti inflammatory properties can be used to clear pimples naturally and fast. It is very effective when it is applied on pimples. However, it should be applied while it is still fresh.

Another effective natural plant is the Siberian Ginseng, which is effective when consumed daily. It regulates hormonal imbalances that lead to formation of acne and helps the immune system.

And to remove the scars and blemishes left behind by the acne the most natural and handy method is to massage with Rosehip oil or apply the affected area with lemon juice for fifteen minutes twice daily. The lemon acts as a natural bleaching agent so here it will surely work.

Monday, 6 June 2011

Aftershocks hit New Zealand.

An aftershock has rocked earthquake ravaged city of Christchuch, New Zealand. No serious damage or injuries have been reported.

The Geological Survey U.S  says the 5.5-magnitude quake struck Monday 14 miles west of Christchurch at a depth of just under 2 mile.

Christchurch has been rocked by scores of aftershocks since a devastating earthquake struck the city in February, killing 181 people. The February quake was New Zealand's most expensive natural disaster, costing an estimated $15 billion.

Monday's quake knocked items off store shelves, but officials say there have been no reports of serious damage or injuries.

Newstalk ZB's Amanda South says it was the biggest aftershock she's experienced since February 22nd.

Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Google's Unsuccesssful Attempt to team with Facebook.

Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt confessed at a conference on Tuesday that it tried unsuccessfully to team up with social networking site Facebook in order to adapt with shifting technology and strives to maintain growth.

Executive Chairman maintained that he has not pushed hard enough to address the threats posed by Facebook during his tenure as CEO as facebook was not willing to do the deal.

Schmidt, who ended his 10-year run as CEO in April and handed the reins to 38-year-old Google co-founder Larry Page, made the comments at the D9 conference organized by the blog AllThingsD.

Google, generated $29 billion gross revenue last year is the world's no 1 Search Engine. Rapidly growing upstarts such as Facebook and groupons are becoming threats to its core advertising business.

In a 90 minutes onstage interview, Schmidt discussed the increasingly competitive landscape, as well as the growing privacy and regulatory scrutiny it is facing. Google recently renewed a partnership with Apple in which Google provides map technology featured on the iPhone, he said.