Vaginal Hygiene {Women Stuff}

 Republished on 14th September, 2016

This is one topic I have been thinking for long to write but was too shy to write 😀 Whether you are married or not, you need to take care of your hygiene. Anyways, lets get on with it.


Pubic hair is actually a protection for the sensitive area but unfortunately, it also increases the unhygienic conditions. So, its best to get rid of it. Shaving is one of the easiest, painless and safest ways to get rid of the hair.

Brazilian wax is a good alternative if you have the courage to bear the pain. Avoid hair removal creams as they are very harsh on the skin and can cause itching or any other infection.

Make sure its dry

After a bath, when you don the undergarments, make sure that the area is entirely dry. Also, whenever you use the wash room, you can take care that to let the area be dry and undergarments do not get wet. Panty liners are a good choice if you have the issue of discharge.
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5 daily tasks which Stress you without your realizing them {Five Series}

Republished on 12th September, 2016

Like all working couples, we often get very minimal quality time with each other so we took a weekend off from everything including our house and spent the time in a cozy resort. But, still, it was not the least refreshing for us. That made me think what is wrong with me?

And, then, there was a dawning realization, may be the short vacation we took was really not well-planned which stressed me out! Yes, it was an adhoc event which just happened and I was really happy it happened but I would have been more happy if everything went according to me.

Yes, I know its making me sound like a control freak and probably I am one but this is just an example of what can be wrong with even a simple thing of taking a holiday from our regular life. So, stress can really creep up on to our lives in ways we can NOT imagine. It has really become a part of us now a days.


This makes me soooo happy to say this out loud, “Guys, lose your phone sometimes,let the laptop crash, get sometime for yourself”. And, of course, sad at the same instant because I can not do that whenever I want. No, not because I have a blog to run but because I can not stay away from the blog.

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Fab Bag August 2016 Beauty Box Review

Fab Bag August 2016 Beauty Box

This is my second month with Fab Bag and I am loving the tiny travel size products. This makes it so easy for me to plan my travel kit, even for weekends and in town travels to my in-laws or relatives. I can have a lot of travel pouches now segregated according to the length of the trip.

Life is crazy these days. Health is bad, loads of changes in life and crazy time tables and running here and there has disturbed my routine. Also, August being the month of fasts and poojas makes it a little stressful for me. All of the events would be finally over by August 30th so awaiting it eagerly!! Anyways, lets see what came #inmymail this month.

Fab Bag August 2016 Beauty Box Review

Price : Rs 599 for one month

Products this Month

Theme for this month is What the Chic.

  • Geri G. Plush Mascara (Rs 1000, full size)
  • Just Herbs Kumuda – Sacred Lotus Rejuvenating Body Wash (50ml, Sample)
  • The Nature’s Co. White Tea Night Cream (20ml, Sample)
  • Natural Bath & Body Face Masque (50ml, Sample)
  • 3 Livon Serum Sachets

Total Price of the products in the bag = Rs 1000+

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Himalaya Herbals FootCare Cream

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I have been wanting a feet miracle since almost two years. Be it pedicures, moisturizers, body butters, regular exfoliation, using pumice stone, nothing would work on my cracked feet. And, when I got this footcare cream for review, I was actually not expecting much from it. So, it turned out to be an extremely pleasant surprise and now it is on my must-have list!!

Himalaya Herbals FootCare Cream Product Review

Price : Not sure as the price is not mentioned on the pack and I could not find it online either!

Texture and Fragrance

This product is meant for extremely cracked and damaged feet. The texture of the cream is a little grainy. And, fragrance is herbal. I like it. It is subtle and smells nice.


Comes in a tube which makes it hygienic and travel friendly.

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Knee Problems – How you are Damaging your Knees?

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Old age is equivalent to knee problems most of the times. Mostly, it is the female population who suffer from the issue because of the excess physical strain which they undergo in their lives. Pregnancy contributes a lot to how a female ages and what problems she might suffer in the late 50’s.

In fact, it is even possible for teenagers of 15 to have conditions like arthritis which might develop into rheumatoid arthritis in the later stage of life. Not having regular physical exercise is one of the starting points of knee troubles. Let us discuss how you can take care of your knees with some basic lifestyle changes.

How are you causing your knee problems?

1. Not Controlling Your Weight

Every pound of body weight yields five pounds of force on the knee (Source)

Being overweight is a bad thing not only for your heart but for your knees as well. Make sure that you do not put on unnecessary weight. Using stairs is a good exercise to lose weight and keep your knees in good condition.

But, if you suffer from knee pain, are overweight, are middle-aged (age wears off the knee tissues and puts more strain on them), exercising can be painful. In such a case, walking on plain surfaces, using treadmills or stationary bikes are great exercises. Taking care of your diet is a better way to control weight.

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How does Dental Hygiene reflect your overall Health?

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Often the most understated practices in our health is dental hygiene. Neither we make regular trips to a dentist’s chair nor we like being told how to brush our teeth although it is well documented that oral health has a link to our overall health.

Pregnant ladies are recommended to schedule regular dental appointments to make sure they do not suffer from any gum problems. Gingivitis can grow acute during pregnancy. Other gum problems can lead to preterm or low birth weight infants. Not only gum problems affect pregnant ladies but it can make other health conditions worse.

Dental Hygiene and Relation to Other Diseases

Bad dental hygiene makes it harder to control Blood Sugar levels

Gum inflammation and periodontal disease can make it difficult to control the blood sugar levels and make you prone to diabetes. On the other hand, diabetic people must be careful with their oral health as they are more prone to periodontal diseases.

Bad dental hygiene means more infections and inflammations

There is a link between gum disease and development of rheumatoid arthritis. Gum diseases can also lead to lung infections, especially pneumonia.

Bad dental hygiene leads to Heart Risks

The bacteria which causes gum inflammation can travel to the arteries of the heart through the blood stream. It can cause hardening of the arteries by depositing plaque on the walls leading to thickening of the walls and reduced blood flow which in turn may cause heart stroke.

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The best critical illness insurance in India

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Let’s understand which are the most common critical illnesses in India?

  • Heart Attack
  • Kidney Failure which may lead to an Organ Transplant or dialysis
  • Paralysis
  • Various types of cancer
  • Burn injuries

If we consider the cost of managing these illnesses, it seems beyond the reach of a common man. Costs of regular dialysis can range between Rs.50 thousand-2 lakhs depending upon the city and the severity of the condition.

If the condition requires a kidney transplant, costs range between Rs.4-7 lakhs. A heart bypass surgery, medically known as CABG(Coronory Artery Bypass Grafting) costs anywhere between Rs.1.3 lakhs to 3 lakhs depending upon the kind of hospital and the city in which you are getting it done.

The above are actually only hospitalization costs. What about the impact of being unable to work due to the recovery process? Is that even considered? The answer is ‘no’! That is not covered by mediclaim. Recovery from a critical illness may take around 2 months or so to actually be fit enough to take the stress of hectic work, travel, etc. If you’ve undergone a kidney transplant, it may take you even longer around 2 to 6 months to recover. If you are the breadwinner for the family, you you may end up exhausting all your lifetime savings in order to make ends meet.

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