March 29th, 2015
Are you afraid of trying to find a cosmetic because you know it's likely that its going to make your skin burn and turn red? Do you have a bathroom cupboard full of creams and lotions that you have used only once or twice because they reacted badly with your face? Then you have sensitive skin which is probably the skin type of frustration to have. So how to deal with it? The main problems with sensitive skin are redness, burning, tightness, dryness and irritation. This skin type can also be prone to dermatitis, eczema or acne. The first course of action would be to see if the allergy is causing the problem. A dermatologist can perform a patch test to see if they are susceptible to one of the most common allergens. It can be an ingredient in a cosmetic, can even be a food allergy or food intolerance. If allergy is ruled out, then the problem is genetic and there are still several things you can do to help the situation.
When purchasing any Cosmetic always looking for "hypo allergenic on the label. This does not guarantee that will not react to the skin but it does mean that some or most common allergens are omitted from the product, such as sulphates, perfumes and some colors, check label, if you are unsure. Preservatives used to increase the life of a product can be some of the main irritants. Put some in a small patch of skin before spreading across the face.
March 22nd, 2015
Refer to details of the press release below. Usingen, May 21, 2008 – Jorg Langer, a proven industry expert joins the author team of Germany’s strongest range game portal. Jorg Langer looks back on over 14 years of experience in the computer game industry, built the magazine GameStar for IDG-Verlag, Munich, and was later Deputy Publishing Director at IDG. In his new series “asks Jorg Langer” the Munich interviewed exclusive game designers such as Peter Molyneux (www.spieletipps.de/ article/1566/1 /) or up-to-date spore producer Lucy Bradshaw (www.spieletipps.de/ article/1627/1 /). All interviews will be conducted in person or by phone. The test run of the new section met on outstanding response from the readers of Spieletipps.de so the interview was called with WoW lead designer Jeff Kaplan of over 100,000 users.
“The steady development of the range of Spieletipps.de is remarkable,” commented Jorg Langer cooperation, “and I am, of course, my interviews with star designers to be able to present a large readership “.”I am very happy that we can welcome a so experienced journalists with best contacts than regular author”, so game tips project manager Oliver Hartmann. “The in-depth interviews are another important building block in the development of our editorial profile,” adds Matthias Gross, Managing Director marketing of bread and games GmbH. About Jorg Langer Jorg Langer was Deputy Editor in Chief of PC Player, founder and longtime editor in Chief of GameStar, associate publisher of GamePro and Deputy Director of Digital.World. Since end of 2005, he is holder of the publishing office Langer, which created articles for magazines such as IGM (international games magazine) or Golem.de and developed complete print and online magazines. About Spieletipps.de Spieletipps.de is Germany’s strongest range game portal with 1.35 million unique users (according to AGOF IV/2007). The website offers PC to over 100,000 pages of content rich information, what and console gamers interested in: latest news, extensive reviews and editorial coverage, over 125,000 tips and over 1,100 solutions to more than 17,000 games. The game tips test mirror () helps with over 24,000 reviews and ratings in the purchasing decisions of current games.
March 18th, 2015
Frequently asked questions about permanent makeup Q2) What is the recovery time for permanent makeup? A2) Everyone is different, but a general rule would be 3-7 days on the surface, and another 10-14 days below the surface. It is common for a person to return to work the same day. Lips will have some residual swelling and chap. There may be slight swelling after the eyeliner, brows may look darker than normal? all of which softens in a few days. Q5) I can wear traditional makeup over the tattooed area? A5) Yes, after the area has healed. Permanent makeup is designed to be only an improvement of its natural characteristics. The use of additional cosmetics is a personal choice that enhances your permanent makeup.
Q6) What if I decide to have cosmetic surgery? A6) Plastic surgery has no effect on properly placed permanent makeup. But if you're thinking of plastic surgery, you may opt for surgery before the permanent makeup. Q7) What reaction is common regarding permanent makeup? A7) Women are often surprised at how awesome, natural and subtle permanent makeup. They wish they had done a decade ago. No more smeared makeup, everyday problems, so life has become simpler! Q8) Who would benefit? A8) The active women and men … correction of the features they need, people with allergies to make-up … athletes … the vision problems …
victims of alopecia … those seeking a natural look – or those looking for something more dramatic. Q9) How is it done? A9) A sterilized, disposable needles are used to implant hundreds of tiny dots of colored pigment beneath the basal (top) layer of the skin enhancing natural features.