Sunday, November 30, 2008

Reviving A Person Who Fainted

A good splash might revive her, but you also run a risk that the victim will inhale the water and choke on it. Instead, place the patient on the floor face up with her feet slightly elevated, to aid circulation to the brain. Then gently bathe her face with cool water. This will help comfort her and relieve any nausea she might have from fainting. If she does not regain consciousness and appear awake and alert within a few minutes, seek medical attention.

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Some Common Scents

  • Don't spray too much perfume in yourself. Your scent should never be overpowering.
  • Dab perfume on your pulse points (behind the ears, on your wrist, behind the knees, and at the base of your neck) for a more lasting fragrance.
  • Don't spray perfume on clothes to avoid staining the fabric.

Lots of Water

The oldest beauty advise may still be the best. Drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water daily does keep skin supple, moist and free of impurities.