When the sun is over the equator and the heat hits tropical countries like Sri Lanka, it’s the little babies who suffer the most. Their soft and sensitive skin with tiny sweat pores is not designed to bear up with the excessive sweat generated by the body to keep cool, and thus the sweat gets trapped under the skin. End result? An uncomfortable baby who is suffering with heat rash!
We have all been through the itchy discomfort of prickly heat at some point. Unseemly bumps on your skin with tiny blisters that make your day a whole lot worse. Prickly heat and heat rash occurs due to sweat glands that are blocked. The trapped sweat, which cannot reach the surface of the skin to evaporate, then gets inflamed, giving you tiny little blisters and reddish skin which we call heat rash or prickly heat.
Fairness has always been considered as the ideal beauty standard every girl should aspire to achieve. It is generally considered that to be lovely and beautiful, you need to be fair. This attitude towards fair skin is something that has affected women since time immemorial, not simply as a beauty standard but also in important aspects of life such as relationships and employment. This focus on fairness is a predominantly Asian aspect, whilst Europeans with naturally fair skin, on the other hand, are eager to get ‘tan’.
You wake up and see that bump on your face, and your whole day is ruined. Pimples have managed to ruin numerous special days for men and women alike, everywhere! And no matter what you do, there is no stopping them. But why do we get pimples? Pimples occur when the oil glands of the skin are infected by bacteria.
Calamine වලට, වසර1500 තරම් දිගු ඉතිහාසයක් ඇති බව ඔබ දන්නවාද? චීනය සහ ඉන්දියාව ආශ්රිතව සිටි පුරාණ ශිෂ්ටාචාර, සමේරෝග සුව කිරීම සහ සම සුන්දර කිරීමට zinc පදනම් කරගත් ආලේප භාවිතා කල බවට සාක්ෂි පවා හමුවෙනවා. කැලමයින් යනු, zinc පදනම් කරගත්, ලෝක සෞඛ්ය සංවිධානය මගින් අත්යාවශ්ය බෙහෙතක් ලෙස නම් කරන ලද ආලේපනයක්.
Did you know that the key ingredient of all Lacto products, Calamine, has a history that goes back in to the 1500 BC? The ancient civilizations of China and India show records of using variants of Zinc, which is the main component of Calamine, for skin related conditions and skin enhancement. Calamine can be considered to be a multi-purpose product,