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Tips for Oily Skinned Beauties

Hello, all Lazy Crazies !!
Hope all of you are doing good. So as for today's post ..Who ever said that "Beauty comes in all sizes" forget to say they come in all skin types. and have set of their own problems and benefits.
I was hearing a lot of beauties complaining about their oily skin problems. so decided to find ways to help them. As I myself has combination skin. I can understand their problem. So let's start.
and for dry skinned lazies check Crazy tips for dry skinned beauties to get velvet smooth skin ;)

So what is Oilskin
Oily skin (seborrhea) is caused by excess skin oil (sebum). During puberty, increased androgen levels, which are male hormones present in both males and females, signal the oil glands of the skin to mature. At this time the body begins producing much more skin oil. Often a chronically oily skin has coarse pores and pimples and other embarrassing blemishes. It is prone to blackheads. In this type of skin, the oil producing sebaceous glands are…

Vitamins 101 - A complete guide

Hello, Lazy Crazies!!
Hope you all are having a good day.
So recently I came across many people asking about the uses of vitamins ..that's why I decided to be your guide to the world of vitamins. So fasten your belts for the nutritious ride of vitamin world.
So let's begin from basic
What are Vitamins ??
Vitamins are nutrients your body needs to function and fight off disease. Your body cannot produce vitamins itself, so you must get them through the food you eat or in some cases supplements. There are 13 vitamins that are essential to your body working well. Knowledge of the different types and understanding the purpose of these vitamins are important for good health.

Purpose of vitamins !!
Vitamins are used in many different ways inside your body. While vitamins do not directly serve as a source of energy, they do help the enzymes that generate energy from nutrients such as carbohydrates and fats. Here are some more ways vitamins function in your body.

Classes of vitamins.