Cooking made easy!
Other is the mixer grinder. Here is how this appliance is the true hero of any kitchen: Versatility: Mixer grinders are versatile devices. From grinding food items like nuts to preparing milkshakes, mixer grinders can do everything. They are versatile to
promises you all your requirements and offers benefits in the long run. It is thus, best to stick with a brand that enjoys a strong market presence.
There are a couple of brands that enjoy a great market presence across the globe. Offering a wide array of splendid products to cater to the different spectrums, Havells is one such brand that has managed to carve a niche for itself in this industry through the years. Havells Kitchen Appliances range has been exclusively designed to offer a superior performance and make all work go easy.
Mixer Grinder is a key essential of any kitchen and Havells range of Mixer Grinders is curated to meet the needs of every kitchen.
What makes Mixer Grinder the hero of your kitchen?
When in the kitchen, we need to really turn into multitaskers, for there are so many different tasks that are to be done. One appliance that helps you multitask like no All-in-one: Mixer grinders offer a variety of food preparation processes. When in kitchen, preparation of different food items requires you to use different devices. With mixer grinder, you can use this one single device to prepare different food items.
I am a 35- year- old woman with a 7- month- old baby. Although I have regained my pre-pregnancy figure, I find there are some ugly silvery lines on my tummy and thighs. Please tell me how these have appeared and what I can do about this problem.
What you have are stretch marks which are the bane of people who gain weight rapidly and then lose it! The cause is tearing of the skin dermis with skin stretching associated with rapid weight or growth gain. Usually, this is due to pregnancy puberty, hormone replacement therapy or body building.
Rubbing castor oil regularly on the area can help. Some women swear by aloe vera, use the gel in the stems to massage over the marks. Potato juice, egg whites, or lime juice have also been found to be useful for lightening the scarring.
There are special stretch mark creams available in the market which you can use. But one fact has to be faced. Stretch marks are very difficult to erase, and will fade only very slowly with time.
I cannot be without bathing even in the bitterest of winters, but this makes my skin itchy and dry. Please give me a few tips on winter baths. I would hate to give up my daily routine.
You need to bathe even in winter to remove dirt and grime our bodies accumulate through the day, but a few precautions are in order to avoid skin damage.
Always rub in a good oil on arms, legs and face before bathing. Any body oil, coconut, mustard or sesame oil is good enough. Use tepid body-temperature water, never hot, however tempting it is. Don’t soak in tub or use a lot of water to wash.
Avoid lathering a lot with soap. Use glycerine or creambased soaps.
You can avoid soap altogether except for certain parts of body like underams, groin and heels. Use a glove scrubber or loofah to remove dead cells and any dirt.
After bath, dry body with towel and immediately hydrate with body moisturising lotion or cream. Use on face as well.
Use a night cream to keep winter dryness at bay. Always use moisturiser with a good SPF when going out. Avoid sun even if it seems mild as the UV rays can tan and dehydrate skin rapidly.
I have a scar on my left eyebrow due to a childhood injury. I am a 30-year-old woman and have not minded this all this time, but now I want to do something about it. Please give me some good solutions.
You can, of course, colour the hairless section of your brow with a matt eyebrow colour. Use one which matches your brow hairs perfectly. Draw light hairs with a kajal stick over this, blending in carefully.
A more permanent solution is to tattoo in the hairs. Don’t wet the area for a week after the tattoo. You may have to get this redone every 3-4 months.
A cosmetic surgeon can graft in hairs in the nude area. This will need a few sittings and could cost money.
I never use any oil on my hair, and only apply a little serum before blow-drying it. Is applying oil necessary? Then what oil should I use? I am a 27- year- old woman living in Chandigarh.
Whether to apply oil or not in your hair depends on your hair type and scalp condition, If you have greasy hair and scalp, oil is a big no-no for you, for this will only add to the grease. But hair oil works very well on dry, flyaway hair, and helps to tame it, and to lubricate the scalp.
There is a lot of good in giving your hair a hot weekly massage even when hair is greasy for it loosens dead scalp cells.
The best tried and tested hair oils are coconut, olive, jajoba, and castor oil. The last is thick and difficult to spread; so it is used only in parts where hair is thinning, for it promotes growth.
Take a little oil in a bowl; warm it. Part your hair and apply oil with fingertips directly on scalp, and gently rub it in. Do this till the whole scalp is covered. Take a thick towel, soak it in hot water, wring it out, and wrap it over your oiled scalp. Keep on for at least half an hour, and then wash off with shampoo. This, if done on a weekly basis, will definitely impact on hair health positively.
I am not very plump, but my knees are fat and ugly. I feel very embarrassed to wear short skirts or swim suits. Please tell me how to thin my knees. I am a good-looking 19-yearold college girl in Vishakapatanam.
Knees are notorious for accumulating fat deposits around themselves to appear plump and padded. You have to tone your legs and strengthen the muscles to reduce the subcutaneous fat under the skin. Importantly, you will have to lose weight overall as well to make your knees slimmer.
But a dedicated exercise regimen can bring good results within a couple of months.
You must do a round of weight-bearing aerobic exercise for 15 minutes daily.
Squats, calf raises, bicycle exercise, scissors, rear-leg raises are excellent toners for fat knees.
To avoid water accumulation, reduce salt intake and drink at least 6 glasses of water a day.