Diy retinol cream receipe

Diy Anti aging /Retinol Cream

Some companies are marketing beta-carotene — a type of carotenoid — as a natural retinol alternative which are present in carrots




 Research shows when you apply a product that contains beta-carotene — such as carrot seed oil and rosehip seed oil — to your skin, your body converts it into retinol molecules. ... “


BENEFITS OF CARROT POWDER


Carrot powder provides the skin with beta carotene, 


Beta carotene, which is an antioxidant. .


Carrot powder is also a natural soap/cosmetic colorant; 


It also helps in producing a creamy orange color to soaps and creams


Carrot powder is a natural skincare formula that is very effective in repairing and toning the skin.


 It reduces skin wrinkles and scars. 


Another benefits of carrot powder to skin is that it improves circulation, elasticity and it provides the skin with beta carotene which is an antioxidant agent.


The plus point of this diy Anti aging cream is its non irritating


Can also be used by pregnant women's



INGREDIENTS


Carrot powder

Bees wax

Jojoba oil



HOW TO MAKE CARROT POWDER

Arrange carrot slices on a large plate and sun dry for 5-6 hours or until the sides start to shrivel. Pre heat the oven at 180 degrees for 10 minutes. Place the sun dried carrots in the warm oven and bake at 120 degrees for 10-20 minutes. Keep an eye on the slices





PROCEDURE FOR DIY RETINOL CREAM



Just add Shea butter , jojoba oil and carrot powder in a pan boil in a double boiler method 


Boil till the mixtures blend well


Transfer the mixture to air tight container


OIL CONTAINS RETINOL
Rosehip seed oil has been coined “nature's retinol” because of its naturally rich content of provitamin A. As well as skin-protecting carotenoids, rosehip seed oil has very high omega 3, 6, 7 and 9 fatty acids, which help fuel the skin's natural function and promote smooth complexion.
Rosehip seed oil is a great retinol alternative,” says Jaliman. “It's high in beta-carotene, vitamin C, and vitamin E.”
A complete review on Rosehip serum by Good vibes company which is very affordable

Jennifer Garner Shares Wellness Hack

 





































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Jennifer Garner Shares Wellness Hack 





Hack That Keeps Her Looking Flawless at 48

In an interview with Woman's Day, Actress Jennifer Garner said she is all about SPF and her nightly retinol oil.

We are well aware that Few people manage to look great over Zoom, but of course  Jennifer Garner is one of them.  




When she logs onto our video call, her skin is literally so.. so....glowing. So of course, Interviewer asked  Garner's skincare routine and the secrets to achieving a similar glow. "Your skin is great," Garner tells me,

What could be that one simple skin care hack

As Dermatology Renee roulette said just Application of toner after bath can save your skin…..

As well Jenner also shared a piece of advice 

she said  "but if I could offer one piece of advice, it is that nothing looks better in your 50s than sunscreen in your 20s. "

She also added , I have to admit that my brain went a little fuzzy after she praised my complexion, but Garner's note about SPF manages to stick long after the interview ends.




 Maybe it's because she isn't the first person to tout the preservative powers of a good sunscreen routine. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, sunscreen can decrease your risk of skin cancers and pre-cancers, and can also help prevent premature skin aging including wrinkles, sagging, and age spots. So wearing your SPF all the time — not just for a trip to the beach — is crucial.



 "Even if you think you're just going to the mailbox, you may stay out there for 30 minutes, you may go for a walk, so you've gotta wear your sunscreen," Garner says.

jennifer garner skincare routine

In addition to sunscreen, Garner is a huge proponent of retinol no dought.

STEVE GRANITZ

And when you see Garner's skin — which looks clear, luminous, and soft — you think twice about your lack of a true sunscreen habit. Sun protection may have a million and one benefits — lowering your risk of skin cancer is a big one — but if the underlying bonus is the promise of skin like Garner's, you become a Sunscreen Woman.

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Ofcourse but it takes more than just sunscreen to reach Garner's level of skin perfection. The actress, who is a brand ambassador for Neutrogena, says she likes to keep her routine low-key, and sticks to simple things like wearing SPF, getting her body moving each day, and removing her makeup before bed. She also swears by Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair retinol oil, which she uses nightly.


"Someday somebody will tell you the only way to change your skin is with retinol, and you'll have a billion questions," Garner says.


"You might try some fancy retinol from your dermatologist, and your face will turn like a tomato bright red and get really annoyed. And they'll say you can only use it a couple times a week, and you'll be like 'What is this stuff?'"

But Garner says the Rapid Wrinkle Repair is a completely different retinol experience.



"This oil is hydrating, it's gentle, you can use it every night and it changes your skin," she says. "It really does work." And with a face like that, I believe her.

Anti aging ingredient by Skin Experts






Dermatology suggest green tea as Anti aging ingredient







The green tea has  

anti oxidants

 anti-aging and 

anti inflammatory properties that are  inherent to green tea  and can help


In delay the signs of skin aging, such as expression lines,

 sun damage and 

wrinkles.



 Certain catechins present in the tea can help to prevent skin cancer that's may result due to sun exposure. 

BOTH INTAKE AND PHYSICAL APPLICATION IS HELPFULL

Cleanser

Toner

Scrub

Face wash

Serum

Moisturiser

Face pack


These antioxidants also help with reduction of those inflammation.


The best anti-aging ingredients for skincare, according to dermatologist


It makes you look younger


 Because green tea helps fight inflammation and slows the ageing of cells (all thanks to its  antioxidants!)


 it can lessen wrinkle development and make your skin appear brighter and younger


anti-aging ingredients for skin are ceramides, coenzyme Q10, green tea, vitamin C, and hyaluronic acid.


You should also be sure to wear sunscreen each day ,it should be a part of your morning skin care routine, since protecting yourself from the sun is one of the best things you can do to prevent the appearance of aging.




DIY ANTI AGING FACE MASK



DIY masks

I really tell you nothing others can get easier than this: 

Just you have to Mix moistened green leaves just cut open a green tea bag and add  honey to form a paste and coat your entire face – leave on for 15 minutes and rinse with warm water. The ingredients are packed full of antioxidants, great for clearing redness, and helps to prevent blackheads too.


Another Important tip to hydrate skin is to add Moisturizing ingredients like ceramides and hyaluronic acid can help reduce the appearance of fine lines by hydrating and plumping the skin.






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 Online College Application for Beauty and Cosmetology

What is Beauty Culture & Cosmetology?

The art of cosmetology and beauty culture dates back to the Ice age where haircutting and styling were practised and implements were shaped from sharpened flints, oyster shells, or bone. It is also said that the early modern humans decorated themselves with natural pigments found in plants and fruits. Currently, cosmetology or the so-called beauty trends have taken over the minds of the people, thanks to social media. From Youtube to Pinterest, from magazines to high billboards, every “fashion influencer” has a new trend to showcase.

Cosmetology is the study and application of beauty treatment. Beauty treatment can be applied to any part of the human body, whether it be their face or even the toenail. Thus, there are various branches in which a cosmetologist can specialize such as aromatherapy, nail art and tattoos, mehndi, hair styling, hair removal, skin care, cosmetics and even herbal beauty care.




Being a cosmetologist can be a very fun and rewarding career.  A cosmetologist is required in many pharmaceutical companies, salons and particularly those dealing in Beauty and Wellness.

Clinical Cosmetology is all about advanced medical practices related to hair and skin care. Only qualified Doctors (possessing MBBS/higher qualifications) are eligible to pursue Clinical Cosmetology courses like carrying out complex hair transplant treatment.

General Cosmetology is all about using skin and hair care practices which are usually followed at salons, beauty parlours, and spas.

Depending on your area of interest, there are two options available to achieve this- 

  1. Pursuing a full-time PG diploma course after completing MBBS. 

  2. Pursuing a short-duration job-oriented course like a diploma or a certificate course after completing 10th or 12th.

Eligibility Criteria for Cosmetology and Beauty Culture Courses

Candidates seeking admissions to a cosmetology course should fulfil the eligibility criteria for respective courses as under: 

For short-term courses - 

  • Candidates should have passed at least class 10th from a recognised school. 
  • For advanced short-term courses, candidates should have completed a basic course in cosmetology or relevant subject.

For diploma courses -

  • Candidates should have passed at least class 12th from a recognised school.
  • Those who have completed certificate courses after class 10th are also eligible to apply for diploma courses.

For Master courses - 

Candidates should have completed an advanced diploma from a recognised beauty and makeup institute. 



Courses offered in Beauty Culture and Cosmetology 

Many beauty and makeup institutes in India offer the cosmetology and beauty culture courses at various levels as mentioned below:

Diploma Course in Cosmetology and Beauty Culture

Listed below are the diploma courses with eligibility criteria, fees and duration: 

College

Course Name & Duration

Eligibility

ISAS International Beauty School

Diploma in Cosmetology - 6 months

Candidates passed in Class 10+2 are eligible 

JD Institute of Fashion Technology

Bangalore, Mumbai, New Delhi

Diploma in Hair Styling, Diploma in Professional Makeup - 1 month

Not Available

Lakme Academy

Basic and Advanced Course in Makeup - 1 month- 2 months

Candidates passed class 10th are eligible

VLCC Institute of Beauty and Nutrition

Advance Diploma in Aesthetics - 184 hours

Candidates passed class 12th are eligible

VLCC Institute of Beauty and Nutrition

Advance Diploma in Laser Aesthetics - 120 hours

Candidates passed in class 12th are eligible 

Orane International Delhi

Diploma in Beauty Culture, Hair Design, Spa Therapy, Body Therapy

Candidates passed in class 10th or 12th are eligible 

Tulip International

Diploma In Massage & Spa Therapy - 2.5 months

(Fees - INR 19,990)

No specific education required

Certificate Courses in Cosmetology and Beauty Culture

The short-term certificate courses in cosmetology and beauty culture are listed below: 

College

Course Name and Duration

Eligibility

National Institute of Ayurveda

Certificate Course on Training for Beauty Care in Ayurveda - 36 hours (The course fee is Rs 8000)

Candidates passed at least class 12th or equivalent

Pearl Academy (Delhi, Noida and Mumbai)

Professional Certificate Program in Fashion Media Makeup - 11 months 

Candidates passed at least 10+2 or equivalent exam

Orane International

Certificate course in the professional make-up - 1 month

Candidates passed at least class 10th 

Orane International

Certificate in Advanced Hair Designing - 2 months 

Candidates should have completed a basic certificate in Hair Designing

Postgraduate Course in Cosmetology and Beauty Culture

The ISAS International Beauty School also offers following postgraduate courses in Cosmetology 

Cosmetology and Beauty Culture Course Subjects and Syllabus

 

Cosmetic Chemistry

Waxing, Threading, Bleaching. Masques 

Product development principles

Spa Rituals and Treatments

Quality assurance principles

Manicure, Pedicure, Hand Masks, Cut file and nail polish/ art

Cosmetic Chemistry

Environmental Science

Hairstyling & Updos

Straightening, Perming, Curling

Colour Techniques

Cut- Classic and Advanced Cuts

Product development principles 

Quality assurance principles

Skin Conditioning Treatments

Hair Conditioning, Keratin treatment, Rebonding and Smoothening

Makeup - Every day, Day-Night, Corporate, Party Makeup, Bridal Makeup

Barbering and Consultants

English 

Foreign Language

Beauty Culture and Cosmetology Admission Process 

  • The Entrance Examination for admission to various professional programmes of study is held at the universities on the dates determined each year by the admission committees.
  • One question paper of three hours duration is set for each programme of study or each set of programmes of study. The entrance examination is held for four days with two three-hour sessions on each day. 
  • Merit list shall be drawn as per the criteria and the policy of the admission committee.
  • The candidates shall appear for group discussions on a specified date based upon their ranks in the merit list, which shall be announced in advance on the notice board/website of the university.
  • On the day of group discussions, the candidates have to appear for the personal interview as per the procedure of the university. The selection of the candidates is completely based on the performance of the entrance test, group discussion, and personal interview.

Beauty Culture and Cosmetology Career Scope

Since students studying M.Sc Cosmetic Science learn about bacteriology and chemistry for treating hair, skin and other beauty-related issues, they have a diverse career option to choose. Below are certain areas where their expertise in the field will help them get a job and build a career in the same:

  • To become a certified cosmetologist and have your own beauty and cosmetic clinic.

  • To work as a professional cosmetologist in reputed hotels and resorts.

  • Go for specialization courses post a masters in cosmetic science and work as a researcher in laboratories.

  • Work as a professional in salons and parlours and attend clients and treat them for their beauty-related issues.

  • Work as a marketing person in various beauty brands and promote their products.

FAQs related to Beauty Culture and Cosmetology Courses

Q. What is a beauty culture?

A. The beauty culture and cosmetology is the specialisation of the beauty and wellness industry where one learns and uses styles, products and technology to enhance people's appearance. 

Q. How is beauty culture course different from Makeup and Beautician course?

A. There is a subtle difference between beauty culture and, makeup and beautician course. In beauty culture, it could be makeup and products to enhance one's appearance or it could be different styles. However, for makeup and beautician courses it is completely beauty products to enhance one's appearance. 

Q. What is cosmetology?

A. In layman's term cosmetology deals with research and technologies used in Aesthetics to enhance one's beauty and appearance. It could be aromatherapy, nail art, tattoos, mehndi, hair styling, hair laser treatments, skin care, cosmetics and, herbal beauty care

Q. What are some courses offered in beauty culture and cosmetology?

A. There are various courses at all levels i.e. basic, advanced and at master's degree level in beauty culture and cosmetology. Check out the list of courses in beauty culture and cosmetology as shared on this article above. 

Q. What are some good colleges offering beauty culture and cosmetology courses?

A. Top beauty schools such as Lakme Academy, JD Institute of Fashion Technology, ISAS International Beauty School, Orane International, Pearl Academy, Tulip Academy and National Institute of Ayurveda offer beauty culture and cosmetology courses at various levels. 

Q. What is the duration of beauty culture and cosmetology courses?

A. The beauty culture and cosmetology courses are offered at various levels, therefore, the duration of courses ranges from six days to one year. 

Q. What subjects are compulsory to study Cosmetology?

A. There is no mandatory subject required to study beauty culture and cosmetology, therefore, candidates without mathematics and science can also pursue these courses. 

Q. What is the fees for beauty culture and cosmetology courses? cosmetology ranges from INR 1,200 to 25,000 depending on the level of the courses.

Q. Are beauty culture and cosmetology courses offered online?

A. Yes, with digital advancements beauty culture and cosmetology are being offered online through e-learning mode. However, for internships and practical learning one has to join offline classes and projects. 

Q. What are some good career options after completing the beauty culture and cosmetology courses?

A. There are various career options that are available for those completing a course in beauty culture and cosmetology. Its the zeal that matters to make a career not just a course. With beauty culture and cosmetology courses one learns everything including, styling, beauty treatments, and tool and techniques, therefore, there is no limit for exploring the career options. 

Q. What is the scope of beauty culture and cosmetology courses abroad?

A. The beauty culture and cosmetology are quite popular in India and Abroad. With good skills and marketing strategy, one can make a good career abroad in beauty culture and cosmetology field.