A conversation about summertime fruit can’t go without mentioning watermelon. Although this is a mostly water based fruit, it’s well known for its sweet, refreshing taste. The Latin name for this fantastic summer treat is Citrullus lanatus, and it’s thought to have originated in South Africa. SA is the place where you’ll find the watermelon in all its flavor forms: sweet, sour and bitter. Did you know that square watermelons are grown in Japan? They’re not suitable for eating, but they still look really cool and unusual!
The shape and general look of both the outside and inside of a watermelon is familiar to anybody, and when it appears on something, it signifies summer in most cases.
Since summer is coming up quite soon, preparations should begin before it’s too late, and you can tick your nails off that list of preparations because Diply have sorted you out with some cool watermelon nail designs.
1. A glam watermelon mani
2. A little bit of ombré action
3. Melon shapes on a yellow background definitely looks cool
4. Sticking with the classic look
5. And finally, a little bit of neon
A Simple Solution To Your Brittle Nails, Insomnia And Hair Loss
If you are having trouble sleeping, have brittle nails and suffer from hair loss, it sounds like you have a hormonal imbalance. Doctors claim that in this case, your adrenal glands are not working properly. Adrenal glands are endocrine glands found at the top of each of your kidneys. These glands produce many hormones, including adrenaline and steroids.
Moreover, these hormones regulate your metabolism, the immune system, blood pressure and help the body deal with stress. Therefore, your health might be damaged if you have this type of hormonal imbalance.
However, there is a simple solution that will probably work for you as well. It can eventually lead to the normal functioning of your adrenal glands. It is a simple home remedy.
Here is what you need to do:
What you’ll need:
- Brazilian walnuts
- Honey (raw, organic is best)
- Dried parsley leaves
- Ground ginger
First, you need to grind the walnuts and parsley leaves together. Then, add the raisins, some honey, and a pinch of ginger.
Consume 2 tablespoons of the mixture each morning on an empty stomach.
An Ancient Indian Remedy Will Help You To Forever Banish Unwanted Facial Hair
No one minds luscious hair on their scalp, but when it appears on other parts of the body, it means trouble. This especially applies to the face, not only because it’s the most visible, but also because facial skin is very gentle and delicate. If unwanted hair is appearing on your upper lip or other parts of the face, do not despair. There is a perfectly natural and simple remedy courtesy of vlogger, Himani Wright which will help you get rid of those unwanted follicles. And contrary to what you may believe, it will be neither difficult nor painful.
Himani Wright creates Do It Yourself videos about beauty, makeup, fitness, fashion, lifestyle and green living, as well as self-help & confidence related tutorials. Her DIY remedies are based on the ancient Indian holistic system called Ayurveda which is more than 5000 years old.
Many of the tricks Himani shares on Youtube are things she learned from her family which have been passed down through generations. She uses them in order to help people realize that they are beautiful just the way they are and to show them how short the road to acceptance with oneself is.
- 1 tablespoon oatmeal paste
- 2 tablespoon honey
- 2 tablespoon lemon juice
Blend all of the ingredients together until you have a paste. Then simply rub it onto the spot where you want to uproot unwanted hair. Let the mixture sit on the spot for 15 minutes.
Afterward, wash your face with warm water. Then, apply a facial moisturizer as you would usually do. Repeat the process 2-3 times a week and after one month, the unwanted hair should be a thing of the past!