Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Australia Is Deadly Serious About Killing Millions of Cats Feature Feral felines are driving the country’s native species to extinction. Now a massive culling is underway to preserve what’s left of the wild. A member of the Sporting Shooters’ Association of Australia with a cat he shot. Credit Credit Adam Ferguson for The New York Times Supported by ByJessica Camille Aguirre April 25, 2019 In the deep winter weeks of last July, Shane Morse and Kevin Figliomeni nearly always got up before the sun rose. They awoke next to the remains of a campfire or, occasionally, in a roadside motel, and in the darkness before dawn they began unloading poisoned sausage from their refrigerated truck. The sausage was for killing cats. One morning near the end of the season, Morse and Figliomeni left the Kalbarri Motor Hotel on the remote … [Read more...] about Australia Is Deadly Serious About Killing Millions of Cats
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PUNE, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, March 20, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Summary: A new market study, titled “Discover Global Coffee Beauty Products Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges” has been featured on WiseGuyReports. Introduction Global Coffee Beauty Products Market Coffee Beauty Products, or Coffee based beauty products refer to the beauty products infused with coffee bean extracts. Caffeine is an active ingredient present in coffee beans, it is a great ingredients to use in beauty routine, helps to rejuvenate the skin and increase blood circulation to the face for brighter, healthier skin, and also benefit scalp and hair. The global Coffee Beauty Products market is valued at xx million US$ in 2018 and will reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025. The objectives of this study are to define, segment, and project the size of the Coffee Beauty Products market based on company, product type, end user and key regions. … [Read more...] about Coffee Beauty Products Market 2019 Global Analysis, Share, Trend, Key Players, Opportunities & Forecast To 2023
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by cleaning up How we got from Ivory’s “99.44 percent pure” to charcoal bars for the 1 percent. ByTyler Watamanuk July 11, 2018 For some time, status in the first world has not been signaled just with expensive clothes and designer handbags, but also with so-called elevated versions of everyday items: an elegant pour-over coffee kit in place of a humble Mr. Coffee machine; dinky house ferns replaced by exotic Monstera plants; and in recent infamy, drinking straws and paper clips from Tiffany. Now, as the wretched heat of summer settles, let us consider what has happened to soap. Remember Softsoap? Ivory? “You’re not fully clean unless you’re Zestfully clean”? Camay, all over? These plastic bottles and softening cakes were once a boring household staple, little considered, … [Read more...] about When Did Soap, Once Simple, Get So Complicated?
STYLE & BEAUTY 06/29/2018 12:14 pm ET We spoke to dermatologists for the technical side of things, and members of the trans community for some more personal insight. By Julia Brucculieri Members of the trans community, specifically those on hormone replacement therapy (HRT), can face a number of skin-related challenges throughout their transitions. For instance, taking testosterone may lead to severe breakouts, while taking estrogen can potentially clear the skin. But as Emily, who uses they/them pronouns and prefers to go by their first name in this story for privacy reasons, told HuffPost, there’s more to it than just physical changes. “Dealing with skin issues might seem like an insignificant thing or like something everyone has to deal with, but I think when you’re trans you often have to spend a huge amount of mental energy concerned with how other people are perceiving your physical form,” they said. “For me, being … [Read more...] about Here’s How Hormone Replacement Therapy Affects Your Skin While You’re Transitioning
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Bees and all that come with them — minus the stings — are the latest beauty obsession. ByCaroline Tell June 20, 2018 Huilian Anderson’s bee regimen revolves around Manuka honey, the syrupy strain native to New Zealand and Australia. She adds a dollop to her daughter’s oatmeal each morning and stirs it into her own tea. “I feel wonderful, and I hope the ingredients are contributing to my overall wellness,” said Ms. Anderson, a publicist in New York. Beyond ingesting it, she recently began applying a Manuka honey facial moisturizer by the brand Manuka Doctor. She said her skin looks radiant and hydrated. Each spring, Jacque Ostrom loads up on local bee pollen to combat seasonal allergies. She tosses a tablespoon into her smoothies or stirs it into yogurt. “I’m happy to … [Read more...] about The Wellness World’s Buzzy New Best Friend