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World Skin Tips

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Do you have any quirky beauty tips? Is it something you stumbled upon yourself, or something that's been passed down through the generations? Almost all of us can think of a few things we do, but we're not alone. People all over the world swear by these (often cultural) beauty quirks that have been around for so long for one main reason: they work!

With technology bringing the world closer together every day, we can now learn from these beauty tips and even try them out ourselves. So pick one and see how people in a different part of the world stay glamourous.

Essential Oils - What’s the fuss about?

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A recent trend has taken over the cosmetic market: essential oils. These oils claim to have a variety of healing properties, but what are they, and do they deliver?

You’ll notice that most of these oils have been used for thousands of years in their native cultures, and are just making their way to Western attention. If you’re looking for a natural remedy, some of these oils may be just the thing you're looking for!

Anti-Wrinkle Creams

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You’ve probably heard a lot about anti-wrinkle creams, and no doubt you’ve seen them line the shelves of every cosmetic store. Creams that boast they can “rewind the clock”, “fight aging” and “fill in wrinkles”. But do they actually work? And if so, how are they working?

The anti-aging branch of the cosmetic product market grosses millions of dollars a year. With the industry booming, more and more products are being created and marketed towards people trying to slow or prevent the natural aging process. However, the FDA has fairly lax standards when it comes to cosmetic products that boast anti-aging effects. Their concern lies in the safety of a product, not its effectiveness. Therefore there’s no guarantee that the cream labeled “anti-wrinkle” will actually reverse your fine lines and prevent new wrinkles from forming.

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