How to care your Mouth and Face
Care your mouth is very important for us. We consider mouth inside like the tissues of your internal mouth, teeth, tongue and the test of mouth also the leap and skin of your face. Most of the problems of inside mouth that cause bleeding gums and gum disease is plaque, a sticky film-like bacteria that covers the teeth and gums. It is formed by acids secreted by the mouth after eating. Plaque is found in spaces between your teeth. Gingivitis causes gum bleeding and if left untreated, it can lead to the more serious form of gum disease, periodontitis. It is long term infection which involves the progressive loss of the bone around teeth and may lead to loosening and eventual loss of teeth. Less serious causes of gum bleeding include: intake of drugs that causes the thinning of blood; and lack of vitamins and minerals, such as Vitamin C.
Bleeding gums is often an indication of something much more serious, a warning that your body is trying to heal itself. Major signs of bleeding gums are: swollen, painful or sensitive gums; blisters around the gums; discoloration of the gums; and the bleeding itself that occurs around the base of the teeth. Ignoring a bleeding gum problem may result in something worse as the bacteria from the infected area could pass through the bloodstream and can bring about more infections. The gums are the supporting structure of your teeth and not taking proper care of them will result to loss of teeth.
How can Care My-Your Teeth
The Gum diseases may be simple inflammation or serious ones causing major damage to the soft tissues and bones that support the teeth. These diseases are caused by bacteria that reside in the mouth. Acids readily form in our teeth a few minutes after eating. A mixture of bacteria, mucus and other particles forms the plaque that covers the teeth’s surface. We can remove Plaque by simple brushing and flossing but there are some areas that cannot be easily clean inside mouth. When plaque hardens into tartar, a yellow or brown mineral buildup, it can irritate the gum tissues thus causing cavities and gum diseases.Here are some practices that can be reducing the risk of tooth decay .
Brush your teeth twice a day.
Clean your mouth with clean water
Avoid to take more chocolate
Visit at least ones in a year with your dentist
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Care your Leap
The lip is the symbol of your face, especially for women, a woman looks sexier because of her sexy lips! The cold wind dries them up and hot sunny weather can play havoc with your lips too. Whatever the weather has in store for your lips, there are ways that you can protect them and make sure they stay smooth and lush. Here are ten great tips on how to keep your lips looking attractive and kissable.
** Keep your lips clean: Your lips are exposed to the dust and dirt that is in the air, not to mention the food and drink that passes by your lips. It’s important to keep your lips clean, so remember to give them a wash during the day. Rubbing honey on them is a good way to gently cleanse them and keep them looking fresh.
** Your lips can easily dry out in the wind, so use lip balm on them regularly to keep them hydrated. Carry lip balm with you all the time and top up the moisture, whenever you feel you need to.
** Keep your body hydrated too, if your body gets dehydrated, then one of the first places it will show is on your lips. Drink plenty of water during the day and don’t drink too much alcohol, that way, you will keep your lips hydrated, from the inside out.
** Use extra virgin olive oil or other nourishing oils because your lips are very soft and sensitive, so that makes olive oil the ideal product to use on dry chapped lips. Olive oil will help soften your lips, it will be absorbed quickly and it won’t irritate the skin at all. You can also use other nourishing oils to hydrate your lips, for example, sweet almond oil, avocado oil, rosehip oil, linen seed oil, grape seed oil, coconut oil, rice bran oil.
** Another tip on how to take care of your lips is to exfoliate weekly. Exfoliating your lips will remove the dead skin cells and expose the soft and kissable skin underneath. Sprinkle some sugar on a piece of fruit, such as banana, mango, strawberry, or any other fruit you like, and then rub your lips gently with it. This is the best and tastiest way there is to exfoliate your lips.
** If your lips are dry, apply lip balm before lipstick, when your lips do get dry, remember to apply a lip balm before you apply any lipstick. This will not only help re-hydrate your lips, but it will also make the lipstick look better and stay in place for longer too.
** Next beauty tip on how to take care of your lips is to give your lips a daily massage and that will help keep them in good health too. Rub your fingertip, in a circular motion, over your lips and it will help increase the blood supply to your mouth.
** Another great tip on how to take care of your lips is to try an almond paste. Almonds are rich in vitamins that will help keep your lips beautiful and kissable. Massage some almond paste into your lips and it will bring a healthy glow to your lips and help keep them soft and kissable.
** Aloes vera gel is another great product to use on your lips. Massage some into your lips and leave it on for fifteen minutes before you go to bed, and you will wake up with beautifully soft and hydrated lips.
** It is best not to use the cheapest lipstick that you can find or it will dry out your lips. Go for the more expensive brands instead, and look for those that contain Vitamin E. That way your lips will look great and you’ll be helping keep them soft and kissable, all at the same time.
** For chapped and sore lips, slice up a cucumber into thin pieces and leave them over lips for five minutes ,It will helps rehydrates your lips and feels fantastic.
How to Care Your Tongue
Your tongue is an important part of your mouth, and you should always include it in your hygiene routine.we can feel different test and mixing our food properly using tongue. Your tongue is covered in tiny bumps, called papillae. A study at the University of Michigan’s School of Medicine discovered that about a third of the bacteria species found on people’s tongues weren’t growing on any other surfaces in their mouths. Trapped germs on the tongue can lead to bad breath and affect your sense of taste, and the bacteria can travel to other parts of your mouth. Overgrowth of bacteria can turn your tongue yellow, white or even black and hairy-looking. Here are some idea you should know about keeping your tongue healthy:
Make it a habit to thoroughly clean your tongue every time you brush your teeth. You can use a tongue cleaner, a small tool designed to scrape the tongue; it comes in various shapes and sizes. Your regular toothbrush will also do the job. Try to reach right to the back. If this triggers your gag reflex, keep trying. Eventually, your reflex will ease up. You might also find that a tongue cleaner doesn’t trigger the reflex as easily as a toothbrush does.
People who have problems with physical dexterity or rely on others for oral care, are mouth breathers or take medications that dry the mouth may be more likely to have a coated tongue. If your tongue is too dry and crusty when you scrape it, you risk damaging the tissue. Try brushing it after cleaning your teeth, while the mouth is still moist. You can also cover your tongue with a mouth-moisturizing spray or gel and wait 10 to 15 minutes, then brushing it. A regular tongue inspection—say, once a week—can help to screen for oral cancer. Check the top, bottom and sides. Look for any skin changes, cuts or white or red patches that aren’t healing after a week or two. Your dentist or dental hygienist should be examining your tongue during regular appointments, especially if you’re over 40. Try to avoid piercing your tongue.
How to Care Your Face
Some idea may be change your life, there are some proven idea which is very effective for glowing and beautiful face.The fact is that papaya pulp, mashed avocados, cucumbers, mangos or bananas are fantastic skin cleansers. Fresh fruit contains enzymes which will remove dead skin cells, clear pores and resolve excess oil. I think most recipes below are too complicated to become an every day solution, but you can still consider them as a mask or treatment every once in a while! Be careful though, not every skin type can deal with fruit acid. Make a patch test first!
For Oily skin / Combination skin:
•Cucumber juice works extremely well as a skin cleanser. Due to its cooling effect it helps to soothe and soften the skin. Apply some cucumber juice mixed with raw organic milk onto your face. Use a cotton pad!
•Papaya fruit is a rich source of nutrients such as carotenoids, vitamin C, B vitamins, enzymes and minerals. Papaya pulp also contains a variety of phytochemicals, including polyphenols: Massage your face very gently with a papaya slice or mix papaya pulp with raw organic honey or rose water and apply it as a face mask for 15-20 minutes.
•Lemon juice is a natural exfoliate, skin brightener and anti-infective, whereas the starch from (sweet) potatoes will absorb excess oil: Boil some sweet (or white) potatoes, mash them, let them cool down and add a few drops of lemon into the mixture. Squeeze a real lemon! Do not use any ready-bought lemon juice gunk! Apply, leave on for 20 minutes, then rinse off with water.
•Mix some lemon juice (from a real lemon) with raw organic honey and cinnamon. For some, it works extremely well to fade hyper-pigmentation marks. Leave on for half an hour, then rinse.
•Bananas are rich in vitamin A, B and E and a good source of iron, magnesium and potassium. A fresh mashed banana facial can be great for your skin!
•Mangos can have a nice effect on your skin as well. Mangos are rich in vitamin-A and rich in antioxidants. Use in the same way as papaya!
For Dry skin:
•Packed with healthy fats and phytonutrients, avocados and olives offer remarkable benefits for dry skin: Mix avocado pulp with olive oil to make a paste. Rinse off after 20 minutes.
I‘m not a big fan of the oil-cleansing-method. For me it wasn’t great, to say the least. The first time I tried this method, I ended up with cystic acne. It was too harsh on my skin because of rubbing too much, because of using the wrong or too much oil and because of the very hot water. That‘s why I don’t think it‘s suitable for sensitive or inflamed acne skin, so please be careful!
If, after all, you are still longing to try it, grab your favorite oil and apply some of it on your dry face in a circular motion. Use your fingertips. To avoid irritation, massage your skin in the most gentle way possible – or not at all, especially in the most inflamed areas.
Massaging with oil can be very stressful for your skin and might spread acne bacteria all over your face. Just let the oil soak for about 20-30 minutes. Excess sebum will be removed anyhow and even some impurities might pop out.
You don‘t even have to use olive and castor oil as described in most online articles. Castor oil might remove too much natural sebum from your skin, so your skin might produce even more sebum to protect itself. Try jojoba, hemp or grape seed oil, if you have oily skin.
For dry skin, macadamia, canola or olive oil should work fine. Then, instead of using a very hot wet cloth to remove the excess oil, use a warm one pressing it gently on your face without rubbing. Repeat a few times. Don‘t use microfiber cloths, but only soft muslin or cotton cloths.
Chlorine or lime scale are a common cause of itchy, red, dry and flaky skin. So if your tap water happens to be very limy, try to use mineral, filtered (or at least boiled) water to splash your face. This might make a huge difference for some people!
And, of course, water is a very natural and genuine toner! Guaranteed without perfume, essential oils and other unnecessary accessories.
Aloe vera is an excellent choice, if you want to tone and hydrate your skin at the same time. Add one or two drops of oil to it to keep the moisture inside your skin!
Aloe vera speeds the healing process and acts as an anti inflammatory to calm down your skin. It is also a must have home first aid remedy: apply to burns, slow healing wounds, grazes, bites and stings!
However, aloe vera products available in health food stores are not always equal in quality.
Be sure that the aloe vera gel you purchase is organic and certified by the International Aloe Science Council (IASC). This label guarantees that your aloe vera gel is naturally rich in active polysaccharides and free from all kinds of skin-irritating stuff like pesticides and so on.
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