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    Glossary

    This glossary is provided to help you understand the words that are used in connection with health and beauty as it relates to this site. Each word will take you to a Wiki site with an explanation. 

    Aloe Vera

    Arbutin

    Alpha Hydroxy Acid

    Ampules 

    Antioxidants

    Argireline - Acetyl hexapeptide-3

    Argan Oil

    Aromatherapy

    Astaxanthin

    Astringent

    Avocado - oil regenerative and moisturizing properties.

    BB Cream

    Black Sesame Oil

    Blueberry

    CC Cream

    Caffeine

    Calendula

    Ceramides

    Coconut oil

    Collagen

    Colloidal gold

    Colloidal Silver - Medical uses of silver

    Dermatophyte

    Diffuser

    EGCG

    Essential Oils

    Exfoliation

    Fruit Peptides - Antimicrobial agents that battle bacteria and display novel therapeutic properties.

    Ginger

    Ginseng 

    Glycerin

    Glycolic Acid

    Goat Milk

    Green Tea - astringent - reduces pores and whitens skin

    Honey

    Humectant

    Hyaluronic Acid

    Hydration

    Jojoba oil

    Keratin

    Kojic Acid - White rice extract

    Lactic Acid

    Lavender - Lavandula

    Lavender - DIY

    LED - Light Therapy - curing

    Lip Plumper - Lip Augmentation

    Lipids

    Mango - Mangifera Indica

    Microbes

    Neroli

    Peptide

    Propolis

    Probiotic

    RAB40A

    Retinol

    Rose hips seed oil

    Rose oil

    Salicylic Acid

    Sea Salt

    Serums

    Shea Butter

    Silk

    SPF

    Toner Facial

    Traditional Medicine

    Vitamin A

    Vitamin B3

    Vitamin C

    Vitamin E

    Vitis vinifera

     

    Botox -  Botox (onabotulinumtoxinA) is made from the bacteria that causes botulism. Botulinum toxin blocks nerve activity in the muscles.Dec 11, 2018. I think it is important to know that the same effects can be achieved with creams, lotions and serums. This is what we DON’T want to do:

    In cosmetic applications, botulinum toxin is considered safe and effective for reduction of facial wrinkles, especially in the uppermost third of the face.[26] Commercial forms are marketed under the brand names Botox Cosmetic/Vistabel from Allergan, Dysport/Azzalure from Galderma and Ipsen, Xeomin/Bocouture from Merz, and in the US only, Jeuveau from Evolus, manufactured by Daewoong.[7] The effects of current botulinum toxin injections for glabellar lines ('11's lines' between the eyes) typically last two to four months, although this is patient-, and in some cases, product-dependent, with some patients experiencing a longer duration of effect. [26] Injection of botulinum toxin into the muscles under facial wrinkles causes relaxation of those muscles, resulting in the smoothing of the overlying skin.[26] Smoothing of wrinkles is usually visible three-five days after injection, with maximum effect typically a week following injection.[26] Muscles can be treated repeatedly to maintain the smoothed appearance.[26]

    WHY WOULD ANYONE DO THIS??