Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Monday, January 29, 2018
Sunday, January 28, 2018
Saturday, January 27, 2018
Friday, January 26, 2018
Thursday, January 25, 2018
Wondering what Nzu is? The English name is (Calabash chalk). It is a geophagic material popularly consumed in West African countries for pleasure, and by pregnant women as a cure for nausea.
Geophagia is the practice of eating the earth, including soil and chalk. This act can expose the consumer to toxic substances and parasites found in the ingested earth. #WIKI
1. Firstly, I started noticing some changes in my menstrual cycle, like heavy flow (I used an average of 13 sanitary pads in 2 days), menstrual pain, and acne. Before now, I had never experienced such changes.
2. Next, it was my skin; it got really dry and started to itch as a result. So I had to increase the amount of cream I applied, take more water, and eat more fruits to help my skin.
The reason is that without proper water consumption, our skin dries off because water is needed to moisturise it. Nzu is clay, and clay is thick, so much water is needed for its absorption in the body.
At this point, I understood what the cause of the problem was, but I couldn't stop because I was probably "addicted," or so to say, "an Nzu junkie."
I tried various skin products but they made the condition of my skin even worst. If you are following me on Instagram, you will be aware that I had a 6-day trip. I was planning to visit the dermatologist after I got back from this trip (which I will be sharing soon on the Blog). During my trip I maintained a healthy diet, I was so mindful of what I ate because I was trying to avoid having diarrhea. So indirectly my skin improved because I maintained a healthy diet.
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Wondering if you can wear a brown top with brown pants accessorized with a brown belt and brown boots and finished with a brown handbag and a brown coat? Or if you can wear brown pumps with a brown dress and brown accessories?
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
While gloomy winter weather can lead even the most ambitious person to crave cosy pyjamas and a hot mug of tea, don’t minimize your concerns if you suspect there’s something serious going on.
Monday, January 22, 2018
Friday, January 19, 2018
Brian Sacawa, the founder of He Spoke Style, is renowned for adorning formal attire with vibrant accessories. Think about a grey Italian suit with an ashes-of-roses shirt and a polka-dotted burgundy silk scarf.
The Instagram page of Sacawa demonstrates that style extends beyond clothing to include small accessories that no longer feature plain, boring designs. Take pens, for example. Trendy men like high-end brands, as well as notebooks and diaries that are bound in leather.