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  Tips to Achieve Self-Empowerment If you’re striving to attain personal empowerment, focus on your drive, identify what you can control, and keep an objective, goal-oriented mindset. The following seven tips can help you achieve self-empowerment. Work to Have A Positive Attitude People who believe they control their own destiny — rather than giving in to external concepts such as fate, luck, or circumstance — are more likely to take charge of their future. Cultivate a positive attitude and outlook by evaluating your strengths and weaknesses, pursuing your passions, and trusting in your ability. Set attainable Goals Measurable, achievable goals are an important component of self-empowerment, and understanding how to set them can help you feel good about your achievements. If you want to run a marathon, start with smaller, increasing distances rather than trying to run 26.2 miles on day one. Your Circle of Friends Must be Positive People Laughter is contagious — and so are pessimism and

5 Home Remedies for Acne

1. Baking Soda One of the best home remedies for acne is baking soda. There are several reasons for this. First, it balances the pH level of the skin, which can help to reduce oil levels. Second, it acts as an exfoliator for your skin, removing dirt, makeup, and dead skin cells. You can use baking soda to wash your entire face to prevent acne, and you can also use it to spot-treat problem areas. To use as a cleaner, mix equal parts baking soda and water and gently scrub your entire face. To use it as a spot treatment, add a few drops of lemon juice to baking soda and apply a thin layer to the affected area for 5 to 10 minutes.                2. Toothpaste Mint has many healing properties when it comes to acne, so it's no surprise that toothpaste is a popular home remedy to treat unsightly pimples. It is important to use the right kind of toothpaste: a white paste that contains hydrogen peroxide or baking soda. The combination of these ingredients can help to reduce acne-causing bac

Lip Care 101: Your Guide to the Perfect Pout

Lately, trends have had all eyes on lips, so having a lip care routine and taking care of them is of the utmost importance. It’s easy to overlook them during a skin care routine, but they’re part of our skin too and need delicate care. If you condition them daily, you’ll be rewarded with a hydrated and healthy lips. Follow these lip care tips for a happy pout: Exfoliate Dry, flaky lips got you down? Gently exfoliating will renew and bring them back to life! Use a wet washcloth or soft toothbrush to gently massage your lips. Recommended 1x a week. We like to do ours on the weekend right before a shower or relaxing bath. Use the best of the best with fmg Glimmer Lip Polish. Hydrate Lips tend to dry out and become chapped easily. Ever wondered why? It’s because they don’t have oil glands! Drink lots of water and avoid licking your lips (tough one, we know!).  fmg Glimmer Lip Conditioner  will help keep your pout soft thanks to ingredients like mango seed butter and vitamin E.

Tips to soothe dry irritate skin

  GO EASY ON CLEANING Wash your face at least once daily.  If you find your skin dry and tight after washing  don't wash multiple times a day. TRY A THICKER MOISTURIZER If that doesn't help also try changing your serums to cream versions.  You may also want to keep something like vaseline or Aquaphor to use throughout the day. USE SUNSCREEN DAILY This should be part of your daily routine.  I have a moisturizing sunscreen that I use daily. I love it because it does not leave a chalky film  SCALE BACK ON RETINOL AND EXFOLIATION If you have extremely dry skin exfoliation will irritate your skin more. COMBAT DRY INDOOR AIR WITH A HUMIDIFIER Your heater will dry out the air.  This is not ideal for dry skin.  I suggest a humidifier in your bedroom it will keep your skin happier.  LIMIT TIME IN THE SHOWER Long hot showers will dry your skin out.  Make your shower short using lukewarm water. KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR  HIDDEN IRRITANTS If your skin is dry and sensitive, please switch to fragr