Hi dear. dear you have not specified your question and that the chickenpox was on you your baby had chickenpox because remedies will be different for you both . I am also mean that you are talking about your own self so you can apply fresh aloe vera gel on your scars and leave it there for 30 minutes and then go for what when you will do it regularly then you will see a great difference . if the chickenpox is there at least two month back then you can exfoliate your skin it will also help in fading away the scars but if you just had chickenpox a few days back then you should not exfoliate your skin . after exfoliation you can apply pure coconut oil on your scars it will also help in fading away of those scars. Take care
Hi dear. Sometimes we save a lot but some emergencies happen due to which we have to spend the saved money. Also there are some ways in which you should never save. Instead of keeping it in a locker, deposit the saved amount in your bank account by 1st week of every month. You will not spend it and will also earn interest on the amount deposited. Think twice before you spend your money. Ask yourself if that thing is really required. If you want to buy something, give that thought a day. It is seen that the sudden feeling of buying something goes away in a day. Every month, deposit the amount that you have collected in a SIP or Fixed Deposit. This way you will not use it for unnecessary things and will be able to save more.
Dear, you can also get lehenga made from a saree. It’s not necessary to buy a new one. You may have some sarees that are nice but you don’t want to repeat them. Select one such saree and if it is silk then it’s best. Silk lehengas look very good and are very much in fashion. Take it to your tailor and your lehenga will be ready in less than Rs.2000. Get a matching dupatta. Later you can also attach the blouse and lehenga to make an anarkali dress or a gown. It looks very nice. And wear some jewellery with it, you’ll look very nice. All this will not cost a lot.
Hi dear. Skin type is easy to know. Your skin care should be based on your skin type so that you can give your skin the proper care and keep it healthy. Oily Skin Indicators: Large pores and a glow that comes quickly after you’ve cleaned. If you’ve got oily skin, use an oil-free moisturizer that repairs skin while keeping both hydration and oil levels balanced. Dry Skin Indicators: Your skin is often itchy, red, peeling, or generally tight. After using a face wash to remove dead skin cells, dry skin needs a moisturizer rich in essential oils to refresh it. Combination Skin Indicators: An oily T-zone (that’s your forehead, nose, and chin) with drier skin on the cheeks. Treating combination skin is difficult because different areas need different moisturizers. Best is to try a heavier cream on cheeks and a lighter, oil-free cream on the T-zone. Normal Skin Indicators: An even skin tone with no peeling or glow. Use a general moisturizer. Sensitive Skin Indicators: You often get acne or other skin irritations. Sensitive skin needs something gentle that’s oil-free and paraben-free. I hope you recognise your skin type and start caring accordingly.