November 28, 2019 by freemexy
Jerawat adalah masalah kulit paling umum yang dialami banyak orang. Jerawat bisa menjadi sangat mengganggu dan sulit dihilangkan, apalagi jika kamu melakukannya dengan cara yang tidak tepat. Bukannya hilang, jerawat justru bisa semakin parah. cara menghilang kan komedo di hidung
Berbagai metode bisa dilakukan untuk menyembuhkan jerawat. Jika kamu memilih langkah yang alami, berikut empat cara alami untuk menghilangkan jerawat dengan cepat.
1. Totol Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil berasal dari tanaman yang bernama Melaleuca alternifolia yang berasal dari Australia. Tea tree oil terkenal dapat membantu melawan bakteri penyebab jerawat dan peradangan pada kulit. Tea tree oil dapat mencegah timbulnya 2 tipe bakteri jerawat, yaitu P. acnes dan S. epidermis.
Seperti dikutip dari Healthline, 5% gel tea tree oil terbukti empat kali lebih efektif dalam mengurangi lesi jerawat dan hampir enam kali mengurangi keparahan jerawat. Gel yang mengandung tea tree oil sebanyak 5% juga terbukti sama efektifnya dengan lotion yang mengandung 5% benzoil peroksida. Selain itu, tea tree oil juga terbukti memiliki efek samping yang lebih sedikit dibandingkan benzoil peroksida.
Untuk mengurangi efek negatif yang mungkin diakibatkan oleh tea tree oil, maka jangan gunakan tea tree oil secara langsung, melainkan campurkan air dengan konsentrasi 1:9. Setelahnya oleskan pada bagian yang berjerawat dengan menggunakan kapas. Agar kulit tidak terasa kering, gunakan pelembab jika diperlukan. Lakukan ini 2 kali sehari sesuai keperluan.
2. Minyak Esensial
Beberapa minyak esensial diketahui mengandung bahan anti-bakteri dan anti-peradangan. Kandungan-kandungan tersebut dapat membantu mempercepat penyembuhan jerawat. Minyak esensial kayu manis, mawar, lavender, dan cengkeh dapat melawan bakteri S. epidermis dan P. acnes yang dapat menyebabkan jerawat.
Rosemary dan serai juga terbukti secara efektif menghambat P. acnes. Minyak cengkeh-basil 2% dan 5% ternyata lebih efektif dan lebih cepat mengurangi jerawat dibandingkan benzoil peroksida. Sedangkan gel yang mengandung acetic acid, essential oil jeruk, dan basil terbukti 75% dapat meningkatkan penyembuhan jerawat.
Sama seperti tea tree oil, agar tidak terlalu keras pada kulit, sebaiknya campurkan 1:9 minyak esensial dengan air. Untuk hasil yang lebih efektif, gunakan satu sampai dua kali setiap hari.
3. Teh Hijau
Teh hijau memiliki banyak manfaat untuk kesehatan. Selain dapat diminum secara langsung, green tea juga dapat dioleskan langsung pada kulit. Teh hijau memiliki kandungan flavonoid dan tanin yang dapat membantu melawan peradangan dan bakteri yang dapat menyebabkan jerawat. Selain itu, teh hijau juga kaya akan antioksidan yang dapat membantu melawan peradangan, mengurangi minyak berlebih, dan menghambat pertumbuhan P. acnes pada kulit yang berjerawat.
Menggunakan produk dengan kandungan teh hiijau 2 - 3% terbukti dapat mengurangi jerawat dan produksi minyak berlebih. Cara pemakaiannya cukup mudah. Pertama, campurkan teh hijau ke dalam air panas selama 3-4 menit, lalu tunggu hingga air teh menjadi dingin. Setelahnya aplikasikan pada wajah dengan kapas atau menggunakan botol spray. Diamkan selama 10 menit atau semalaman, setelahnya cuci menggunakan air. Lakukan perawatan ini 1 sampai 2 kali sehari.
4. Lidah Buaya
Aloe vera atau lidah buaya terkenal cukup efektif untuk membasmi bakteri jerawat, mengurangi peradangan, serta mempercepat proses penyembuhan. Lidah buaya mengandung lupeol, asam salisilat, urea nitrogen, cinnamonic acid, phenols dan belerang yang dapat menghambat bakteri penyebab jerawat.
Semakin tinggi kandungan lidah buaya dalam suatu produk, maka semakin efektif pula untuk mengurangi jerawat. Menggunakan 50% gel lidah buaya dengan krim tretinoin juga terbukti lebih efektif menghilangkan jerawat dibandingkan dengan krim tretinoin saja. Krim tretinoin adalah obat jerawat yang berasal dari vitamin A.
Walaupun gel lidah buaya memang terbukti dapat membantu membersihkan jerawat, namun akan lebih efektif jika dikombinasikan dengan obat-obat lainnya. Untuk menggunakan gel lidah buaya ini caranya cukup mudah, yaitu hanya dengan memisahkan gel lidah buaya dan mengoleskannya pada wajah. Kamu juga dapat mengkombinasikannya, seperti dengan menggunakan produk perawatan jerawat terlebih dahulu, lalu aplikasikan gel lidah buaya setelahnya.
November 28, 2019 by freemexy
Beer Archaeologists Are Reviving Ancient Ales — With Some Strange Results
The closest that Travis Rupp came to getting fired from Avery Brewing Co. in Boulder, he says, was the time he tried to make chicha. The recipe for the Peruvian corn-based beer, cobbled together from bits of pre-Incan archaeological evidence, called for chewed corn partially fermented in spit. So, Rupp's first task had been to persuade his colleagues to gather round a bucket and offer up their chompers for the cause.beer brewing equipment
Once he got to brewing, the corn-quinoa-spit mixture gelatinized in a stainless steel tank, creating a dense blob equivalent in volume and texture to about seven bathtubs of polenta. Oops.
In another go, Rupp managed to avoid the brew's gelatinous fate, but encountered a new problem when it came time to drain the tank. "It literally turned into cement in the pipes because the corn was so finely ground," says Rupp. "People were a little cranky."
These are the kinds of sticky situations that come with trying to bring ancient flavors into modern times.
A self-proclaimed beer archaeologist, Rupp has traveled the world in search of clues as to how ancient civilizations made and consumed beer. With Avery Brewing Co., he has concocted eight of them in a series called "Ales of Antiquity." The brews are served in Avery's restaurant and tasting room.The one thing that we've been really quite surprised by is not a single one of them is undrinkable," he says. "Every one of them has gotten done and we're like, 'That is so weird. That is just so cool.' "
There's the Viking-inspired beer based on information gleaned from sagas and the debris of ancient shipwrecks. It's made with juniper branches and baker's yeast, which gives it a slight but surprising whiff of banana. (Rupp regrets that he had to ferment it in regular brewing equipment rather than a more historically accurate trough made from a freshly cut and hollowed out juniper tree.)
Another, called Beersheba, is based on references and artifacts primarily from Israel. It involves three types of grain and pomegranate juice, in the style of King Zimri-Lim, who, Rupp read, was known to send slaves into the mountains to get snow for his icehouse so that his beer could be served cold. It's one of Rupp's personal favorites, despite smelling a little like baby spit-up and tasting like a funky fruit rollup.
A beer called Benedictus came about when Rupp teamed up with a couple of Italian monks to re-create a monastic recipe calling for wormwood and lavender and dating to A.D. 825. It smells like a spicy men's shampoo and tastes like drinking an herb garden. The Peruvian chicha, on the other hand, is sour and summery.
November 28, 2019 by freemexy
Finding Wholesale Hair Suppliers & Vendors
Are you eager to start a hair business and trying to find out how to sell hair extensions?At this point, you are so excited and willing to do anything to get your new hair venture off the ground.Hair manufacturers
You have been scrolling through Instagram lately and noticed people selling a "hair vendor list" that will help you purchase hair.Should you buy the list? Are their really reputable hair vendors on the list? Do they sell Mink Hair (if you are looking for a mink hair vendor make sure you read our article about what is mink hair)?
Finding the best wholesale virgin hair vendors is not always easy. But, if you found this article I think you are REALLY close to what you want.
What is a Hair Vendor List?
The new trend of selling a list of hair vendors started gaining popularity in the last few years as more people have started getting into the hair extension industry.With an estimated $10 Billion in annual hair sales, this industry is HOT and everyone is trying to get their piece.
A great hair vendor list will include a bunch of hair suppliers that will sell you wholesale hair extensions to supply your business. Most lists that are currently for sale on the market will vary with the number of hair suppliers.
Are the Best Virgin Hair Vendors on a List?
This is what you need to ask yourself.
People's expectations of hair extensions can vary greatly. You might think that one bundle of hair is fantastic for the money while the person that creates the "hair vendor list" has a totally different opinion. I personally always rely on our client base to tell us what they like best.
If you are looking for a quick find for Raw Indian Hair, Malaysian hair, Brazilian Hair, or Vietnamese hair you could be disappointed for the simple fact your opinion differs. This is totally fine and expected.
How Much Does a Hair Vendor List Cost?
We have seen lists vary in price from $47 all the way up to $997!
Some will break it down by type of vendor. This could include one list that sells Indian hair while another sells Brazilian hair.It really depends on the type of wholesale weave you are looking for.One question you should ask yourself is how much does it cost for someone to come up with their own hair vendor list? I honestly could make one in just minutes.
November 28, 2019 by freemexy
MOVING TO TIANJIN
Tianjin is one of four municipalities directly under the Central Government of the People's Republic of China. With a population of over 9 million people, it is China's third largest city, behind Shanghai and Beijing respectively. living in tianjin
Tianjin is located in the Northeast of Northern China extending to the lower reaches of the Haihe River, covering a total area of 11,919.7 square kilometres. East of Tianjin lies the Bohai Sea and to the north is the Yan Mountain Range. Downtown Tianjin is approximately 137 kilometres from Beijing.
Tianjin became a municipality directly under the Central Government of the People's Republic of China after the founding of â€œNew Chinaâ€. It is now divided into 18 districts and counties; including 6 city center districts: Heping, Hexi, Hebei, Hedong, Nankai and Hongqiao; 4 town districts: Dongli, Xiqing, Jinnan, Beichen; 3 seashore districts: Tanggu, Hangu and Dagang, and 5 counties: Wuqing, Ji, Ninghe, Baodi and Jinghai.
November 28, 2019 by freemexy
Chinese High School Seeking Partnership With Wheeling Park HS
A trip Bridge Street Middle School Assistant Principal David Crumm made to China last year has resulted in a partnership between Wheeling Park High School and a high school in Shanghai.
Representatives from Shanghai Commercial Accounting School will be visiting WPHS Oct. 21, when they will discuss with WPHS administrators what opportunities for cooperation exist between the schools. Student and teacher exchanges will likely be discussed, according to Crumm.high school Shanghai
"We know they will be coming in the afternoon," Crumm said of the Chinese educators. "They will talk with administration see what kind of things we might be able to work out together.The exchanges could be for a short period of time, or for an entire school year, he said.
Crumm visited China in April 2018 after being selected for the honor by the West Virginia University Confucius Institute for Business West Virginia - an organization seeking to promote mutual understanding between Mountain State residents and the people of China. The organization picked up all costs for the trip.
"I'm not going to compare what they do there to what we do here," he told Ohio County Board of Education members this week. "But in that year and a half of time, we have had a lot of communication back and forth between us here in Ohio County Schools, and the schools we visited in China."
SCAS has partnerships with many schools in many different countries, according to Crumm. Representatives from SCAS visited many different U.S. schools in the fall of 2018 seeking an American partner.
"They chose Wheeling Park High School because of all we had to offer in Ohio County Schools," he said.
WPHS has a simulated workplace program that focuses on business practices and presenting ideas., which also is the main focus of SCAS, according to Crumm. School officials also liked the fact the school had all its offerings centered in one place.
Students at SCAS are presently concentrating on ways to address a cultural change happening in China, where previously families were limited to having just one child.
That law now allows families to have additional babies, and the influx of young children in society will come changes in how people lead their daily lives.
"Are a set of students coming up with solutions to dealing with babies," Crumm said. "There is going to be a lot more need for baby supplies, and there was a group there talking about this."
November 28, 2019 by freemexy
Quality assurance of teachers' continuing professional development
This rapid evidence review looks at lessons from other quality assurance systems, and how they could be applied to teachers' continuing professional development (CPD) in England.CPD (Continuing Professional development)
CPD can be quality assured through a range of systems and processes that have different purposes and outcomes. Currently, there is no consistent or widely-used process to assure the quality of teachers' CPD in England.
Quality assurance systems for professional development can be broadly classified as:
kite-marking - CPD provision meets an accepted minimum standard
professional recognition - CPD provision is accredited against professional requirements and career progression pathways.
In some high-performing education systems, there is no perceived need for quality assurance because the whole system is assumed to be high-quality.
In some other professions, for example in healthcare, quality assurance not only makes sure that CPD meets required standards, but also regulates who provides CPD and what they offer.
All quality assurance systems are influenced by their wider social and professional contexts. If there is to be successful quality assurance for teachers' CPD in England, it needs to function within the wider influences of the English education system.
Continuing professional development should be a lifelong, systematic and planned process to maintain and develop professional competence, creativity and innovation. The outcome has value for both the individual and their profession.
Any learning activity which maintains, develops or increases knowledge, technical skills, problem-solving or professional performance standards can be included in the continuing professional development toolbox. The over-arching goal is to provide top quality professional services.
Continuing professional development helps ensure your skills and knowledge are up to date. Undertaking high quality CPD is particularly important in today's fast moving technological world as the pace of change can soon make previous learning out-of-date.
Most professions set requirements for on-going CPD for their licensed, registered or chartered professionals, so that they can demonstrate their current competence in their chosen field. This applies to the engineering, architectural, legal, medical and accounting professions to name a few. There are a number of methods for achieving CPD compliance. We'll talk about both of these topics in later posts.
November 28, 2019 by freemexy
Children Tennis Wear Market to See Huge Growth by 2025
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November 28, 2019 by freemexy
British Education is extremly Popular in China , and specially in Shanghai, the most international city of the country.british school in china
In England, you can find more and more Chinese students that invest in Pretigious British universities and other educations Businesses. In China, for your carreer, have a UK experience is really a great plus for your curriculum .
Many Education firm offers to Rich Chinese access to British schools such as Eton and Harrow debut after a boom in sales on the Chinese Education Market.BE Education, founded by Old Etonian William Vanbergen, has a huge demand from Chinese Super rich People wanting to send their kids to "Famous" UK education institution. BE recently get $70 million of investment ( including wealthy Chinese business Angels )Wellington College is also a other famous education Story. The prestigious College attract year after year the Elite of Chinese Society. The School is a mix of Chinese young Kids and Expats family that want the best for their kids and able to pay tuition fees up to 300 000rmb per year. The Chinese Society is becoming more rich and willing to pay High to get the best Curiculum for their Kids.
Rising numbers of Chinese students are expected to come to Wellington, that is planning to open 6 Schools in the next decade in China.
Recently the nomitation at the Hurun report at the top 10 schools in China confort the Education institution to invest in different center everywhere in China. in Wellington, the British Style education is the Standard for Kids. During this trip, Prime Minister emphasized the importance of British education cooperation between UK and China in all places .
The two country will commit themselves to the R1D in the field of School and will help the growth and development of student in the 2 countries.
British private schools are journeying to Asia for their next growth potential as more and more western parents and wealthy Chinese kids look to the symbols of "privilege and prestige" for their family .
The Chinese have a obsession with famous Western brands, whether it is Burberry or LV or Harvard & Oxford among universities.
Most of Schools in the world invest a lot to get Chinese Students who are able to pay more to enter to a Western univeristies. See other articles on this Topic The american Markt as well as theBritish and Australia are the most popular target for China Oversea's students. United Kingdom is seeing nice growth in this area with its recognized institution
Students from China enrolled at Top universities , if not they will choose Business private schools Last year, 59 000 Chinese Student started their studies in the UK copare to 57,190 for the totality of Europe.
November 28, 2019 by freemexy
China is on a mission to re-make the world. CBC News examines the stakes for Canada
The crisis in Hong Kong is once again focusing attention on China's leadership. How far will Beijing go to stop the continuing protests? Many residents worry about losing freedom under the weight of a dominating, repressive power as Beijing seeks to assert its authority over the region. To get more chinese world news, you can visit shine news official website.
Those fears are felt well beyond Hong Kong. China has arrived as a truly commanding presence on the global stage that few nations can ignore. How do Canada and other countries contend with it?
In our CBC News series China's Power, we examine Beijing's expanding circles of influence. China has the mindset and the muscle to play by its own rules. Should Canada resist or engage? There are risks and rewards to both approaches.
China's economic development over the past 40 years counts as the fastest sustained expansion by any state in history. With GDP increases averaging nearly 10 per cent per year, more than 800 million Chinese have been pulled out of poverty. It is an astonishing story of economic success.
Now, no longer content being the world's workshop, China is exporting homegrown technology, engineering expertise, financial capital and visionary development ideas around the world. This projection of Chinese economic might owes much to President Xi Jinping. Under his leadership, China launched the wildly ambitious Belt and Road Initiative, a plan to circle the globe with Chinese-built and financed infrastructure. Highways, deep-sea ports, tunnels, railways, business zones and much more all tied to Chinese banking, data centres, currency exchange and trade rules.
It's a whole new organizing principle for global development - with Beijing at the centre - and a clear challenge to U.S. leadership.More than 100 countries have welcomed this investment, from across Asia and Africa to Western Europe and Latin America. As we'll see in our series, Beijing has even partnered with several small Caribbean states, including Jamaica.
But there's a price to pay. Some nations have found themselves mired in debt. Some regret handing economic levers over to Chinese interests beholden to Beijing. All are binding themselves tighter to a state that expects their political support and is notorious for crushing internal dissent.
One year ago, relations between Canada and China deteriorated swiftly and dramatically. It started with the Dec. 1, 2018, arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou on a U.S. warrant. Just nine days later, Beijing jailed two Canadians -businessman Michael Spavor and former diplomat Michael Kovrig - in China, accusing them of spying.
China then blocked Canadian canola shipments, suspended pork imports and impeded a number of other Canadian farm products while warning Ottawa of "grave consequences."The whole affair has complicated Ottawa's decision on whether to block Huawei's participation in building Canada's next-generation 5G mobile networks, largely over security concerns.
Huawei, though, is already deeply integrated into Canadian business, technology, and consumer culture. Its equipment is vital to Canadian telecom giants Telus and BCE, and its electronic devices, including mobile phones, are widely used.Beyond that, we'll see in our series how Huawei is making investments in Canada's intellectual capacity by funding research centres at universities across the country.
November 28, 2019 by freemexy
Air pollution: How three global cities tackle the problem
City authorities have imposed a car rationing scheme in a bid to bring levels down, but experts believe the real blame lies with crop burning by farmers in neighbouring states.
Delhi is the latest city to try to come up with ways to tackle increasingly dangerous pollutants in the air.To get more shanghai air quality, you can visit shine news official website.
Thick smog used to frequently blanket the UK capital in the 19th and 20th centuries, when people burned coal to warm homes and heavy industry in the city centre pumped chemicals into the air.
Referred to as "pea-soupers", the most famous of these events was the so-called Great Smog of London in 1952. It was recently dramatised in the first series of the Netflix drama, The Crown.
Cold weather in the preceding days meant people had burned more coal - often of low quality, which released more sulphur dioxide - while inner-city coal power stations added to the haze. An anticyclone then settled over London, trapping cold air under a layer of warm air.
The smog lowered visibility to a few feet and, over four days, is thought to have killed more than 10,000 people.
It regulated both industrial and domestic smoke, imposing "smoke control areas" in towns and cities where only smokeless fuels could be burned and offering subsidies to households to convert to cleaner fuels.
The city recently introduced an Ultra Low Emission Zone, which charges drivers of more polluting vehicles. London City Hall said in October that toxic air pollution had dropped by a third in the six months since the measure came into place.
But the UK capital still has some of the highest pollution levels in Europe. Particulate matter and nitrogen dioxide remain the greatest concern, and thousands are thought to die prematurely every year because of pollutants in the air.China's rapid industrialisation brought a huge rise in air pollution.
Coal-burning power stations and a boom in car ownership from the 1980s onwards filled Beijing's air with hazardous chemicals.A UN report this year shows that in the space of just four years, between 2013 and 2017, fine particle levels in Beijing dropped by 35%, while levels in surrounding regions dropped by 25%. "No other city of region on the planet has achieved such a feat," the report says.
Since then, the Chinese government has imposed ultra-low emission standards, created an advanced air quality monitoring system, and built more public transport.
What's it like now?
Beijing hasn't entirely fixed its problem. The city still struggles with pollutants - notably the particles known as PM2.5, which are badly affecting Delhi. Commuters in face masks to protect against the poor air remain a common sight.
And numerous cities around China still face pollutant levels far above internationally recommended standards.But the UN data shows the importance of cutting vehicle emissions, government incentives for private businesses, data transparency, and diversifying the economy away from heavy industry to successfully cut pollution levels.
Mexico's capital was infamous in the 1970s and 1980s for its poor air. Just breathing was the equivalent of smoking dozens of cigarettes a day.
Its tens of millions of inhabitants driving across the huge city in hundreds of thousands of cars pushed pollutant levels sky high. The city's position within a high-altitude valley means the poor air is often trapped by a ring of mountains.
In 1992 the UN gave it the dubious honour of being "the most polluted city on the planet".It cut the number of cars on city roads by 20% from Monday to Friday, depending on their number plates. It immediately helped lower pollutants.
This was followed by a package of reforms dubbed ProAire, which expanded public transport and imposed stricter vehicle emissions standards, among other measures.
All this helped improve Mexico City's air quality substantially in the years that followed.
What's it like now?
Deteriorating. Studies show some locals ignore the Hoy No Circula programme, or buy second cars to ensure they can drive every day.
The population keeps growing, and spreading out - meaning longer trips in more cars. And those who don't drive often rely on older, less environmentally friendly buses to travel.
In May this year city officials declared an environmental emergency after PM2.5 particle levels rose to more than six times the World Health Organization daily mean recommended limit.