Here’s how you can use ginger in 5 ways to get healthy skin and hair

The good old ginger or adrak is a favourite in Indian households, whether we use it in our chai or the food we eat. Not only does it impress us with its sharp flavour, but it also has a range of health benefits that make it a coveted nuskha for so many ailments. From helping with digestion to enhancing immunity, ginger is a superhero all the way. However, not many know that this ingredient can also work wonders for your skin and hair. 

That’s because it is a powerhouse of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that are excellent for your skin, hair and body! So, are you all set to find out about how you can add adrak to your beauty routine? Let’s go! 

1. Ginger helps to even out your skin tone

Say goodbye to those fancy skin lightening creams for scars, because it’s ginger that will help you out

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Top tips to promote skin safety and sanitization in 2021, from makeup to masks

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New year, same mask situation! In 2021, as we continue to navigate our temporary new normal in the wake of the novel coronavirus, it’s so important that we do all we can to prioritize wellness and take care of our health.

This most definitely applies to fitness and keeping up with modified workout routines, but it also means paying extra attention to the products we are using on our skin, because after all, mascne is real, dry hands are problematic, and our skin needs our help!

Here are the top tips you need to know to keep your skin safe, strong, and sanitized this year.

Use antimicrobial products

Now more than ever, it’s time to get rid of useless products and tools in your skincare and makeup collection that isn’t providing you with beneficial results.

This starts with paying special attention

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Long Island oyster farmers create oyster skin care line, other unique products to try

Would you take your beauty regimen cues from a man in neon green waders holding a pile of mollusks in rubber shucking gloves? Well, maybe.

Ben Gonzalez, 50, co-owner of Southold Bay Oyster Farm on the North Fork, has formulated a face cream that employs “oyster technology” that claims to hydrate, moisturize and soften skin. His cream is one of many potions and lotions that harness the powers of unexpected ingredients — from bananas to wasabi to snails (yes, snails) — to amp up your beauty game.

For the record, Gonzalez didn’t just toss some oysters in a blender and mix them up. The pandemic shutdown last March, “gave us time to focus on developing our first skin care product,” he says. “We wanted to be able to bring the benefits of oysters to everyone including folks who do not eat them.” And being that his husband and business partner

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3 Women with Different Skin Tones Give Their Honest Thoughts on The Ordinary’s New Concealer

Between the shiny, millennial-centric brands delivering fresh drops through your letterbox, the more established, cult buys and the indie outfits selling a fine line in ‘natural and organic’ products, the beauty landscape has never felt more cluttered.



Erica Jeffries et al. posing for the camera: The Ordinary have launched a high coverage concealer to their beauty offering. Here's what three women really think of the new complexion cover-up.


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The Ordinary have launched a high coverage concealer to their beauty offering. Here’s what three women really think of the new complexion cover-up.

To help you to navigate this brave new world of retinol, AHAs, jade rollers and double cleansing, WH beauty editor, Perdita Nouril, is here to try and test the new drops that are making their way into her (very full) bathroom, via her new column, Beauty Dispatch.

Here, she’ll share the freshly released heroes that she loves: ready to let you know where to spend your skin and hair care cash.

This time around it’s The Ordinary Concealer. Oh, and she’s roped in

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