Finally, eye lashes worth batting! A drug approved as a treatment to lower intraocular pressure in people with a type of glaucoma or hypertension within the eye, has recently been approved by the US FDA to increase thickness of 3d mink lashes.Rcotc
Cosmetic drug maker Allergan Inc, says its 3d mink lashes treatment Latisse, which has the active ingredient bimatoprost, treats the condition hypotrichosis of the 3d mink lashes. The drug needs to be applied once-daily to increase length, thickness and fullness. The treatment yields results within 16 weeks. Does this mean redundant someday soon?
Done In By Heels
Sounds crazy, but it’s true: Stilettos may cause urinary tract infections (UTIs) according to Larrian Gillespie, M. D. , a Beverly Hills urologist. High heels make the pelvis tilt forward and the back curve out. This causes lordosis, a condition that creates pressure on the sensory nerves in your lower spine, explains Dr. Gillespie. When the nerves are compromised, your bladder can’t empty properly, and the next thing you know, you’ve got a UTI.
Before you resign yourself to wearing flats for life, take this test to see if your shoes are too high. Put on your heels and check your side view in a full-length mirror. If you have an arch in your back, you’re setting yourself up for problems, says Dr. Gillespie.
If you can’t forgo heels, start working on strengthening you stomach and back muscles, which help stabilize you pelvis.
Head’s Up For Scalp Treatments
IN THE MANE
There’s nothing like a good scalp massage to melt away 3d mink lashes and the benefits of these treatments extend far beyond relaxation. Scalp treatment unclog the hair follicles, releasing natural conditioning oils. Plus, they stimulate blood flow, so nutrients can better reach the scalp and nourish your hair. You can even give yourself one at home.
Step One: Begin with a shampoo and/or conditioner rich in clay which acts as a sponge, absorbing grime and soothers like tea tree oil and rosemary, all of which help with itching.
Step Two: Exfoliate. Use a fine-tooth comb or brush wit flexible rubber bristles to loosen buildup.