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Cosmopolitan (India) - - BEAUTY -

STRETCH MARKS

Im­prov­ing your circulation and skin con­di­tion will make dim­ply bits look bet­ter. We love the pow­er­ful, hand-held Scholl Mus­cle Ther­apy En­ergy Per­cus­sion Mas­sager, ` 4,000, ap­prox (Ama­zon. co.uk), with set­tings for deep-tis­sue mas­sage, circulation boost­ing and lymph drainage.

“In­tra­cel is very pre­cise, fo­cused on heat­ing of the skin through mi­cronee­dles,” says Dr Lowe. “It stim­u­lates col­la­gen, and works well for fad­ing stretch marks and scars.” The treat­ment price is ac­cord­ing to the area.

FOR CEL­LULITE

FOR BLOAT

Styling:

“Con­sti­pa­tion equals bloat,” says natur­opath Dr Nigma Talib ( Healthy­doc.com). “If you con­sume enough fi­bre and wa­ter to have at least one bowel move­ment a day, you’ll feel far less puffy. Never eat when you’re up­set be­cause stress ham­pers di­ges­tion. Im­prove di­ges­tion by chew­ing food well and eat­ing pa­paya or pineap­ple, both full of di­ges­tive en­zymes. Avoid su­gar, as it can cause an over­growth of yeast in the gut, which bloats you big

Hair & Make-Up:

Model: Pro­duc­tion:

Tan­ima Khosla; Mar­i­anna Mukuchyan at Toabh Talent Man­age­ment; Nidhi Sunil at Inega Model Man­age­ment; Kavita Thakur; Novo­tel Mum­bai, Juhu Beach

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