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Stretch marks are visible lines on the surface of the skin, with a colorless hue. Stretch marks are mainly found in the abdominal wall, but can also occur on the thighs, arms, buttocks and breasts. When the skin stretches, the skin’s collagen fibers become weak and cause the formation of fine lines under the topmost layer of the skin. Sometimes stretch marks can cover large areas of the body.
Also known as L-ascorbic acid, vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin that is naturally present in some foods and added to a few others. And unlike most animals, humans cannot synthesize this vitamin – which is why it is an indispensable dietary component.
Vitamin B7, also known as biotin, vitamin H or vitamin B8, is a water-soluble vitamin, required by all organisms. There are eight different forms of biotin, but only one of them, D-biotin, occurs naturally and has full vitamin activity. Biotin can only be synthesized by bacteria, molds, yeasts, algae, and by certain plant species
Wrinkles are the sign of aging. The collagen present in the skin looses with aging. As a result, the skin appears wrinkled or creased. Although, appearance of wrinkles is a biological process, but free radicals and UV rays speed up the process. Before the wrinkles snatch the beauty of your face, treat them! You can overcome this problem at home with the help of natural remedies.
From the time it was discovered, which was thousands of years ago, dates were known to have healing powers. And while science has proved that for sure, we love to eat them mostly because of how delicious these dark fruits are. According to history, date palm is known to have come from what is now Iraq, however Egyptians were known to have made wine with dates a lot earlier as well.