Makeup and beauty -


Home Beauty & Skin Makeup Fashion hairstyles Health & Fitness Articles Blog
How to Apply|Cosmetics Brands|Makeup Types|Tools|Celebrities|Eyebrow


Foundation Shades
Makeup Tips
Beauty Tips
Eye Makeup Tips
2008 Fall Makeup Trends
Mineral Makeup
Gothic Makeup
1920's makeup
1950's Make up
Afro American
Formal Make-up
Permanent Makeup
Halloween Makeup
Holiday Make-up Ideas
Bleeding Mascara
Get Celebrities Look
Britney Spears Make up
Angelina Jolie
Beyonce's Makeup
Makeup For Teenagers
Applying Concealer
Smoky Eyes
Eyeshadow for Green Eyes
Eyeshadow for Brown Eyes
MAC Cosmetics
Makeup Box
Celebrities without makeup
False Eyelashes
Prom Makeup
Applying eye shadow
Applying eye Mascara
Anastasia Eyebrow
Applying Lipstick
Applying Blush
Applying Eye Liner
Makeup Powder
How to Remove Makeup
Beach Make up
Eyebrow Stencils
Eyeshadow Colours
Bridal Make up
Concealer Brush
Cleansing Cream
Cold Cream
Eyebrow Arching
Eyebrow Brush
Eyebrow Plucking
Eyebrow Regrowth
Nourishing Cream
Astringent Lotion
Face Power
Eyebrow Threading
Best Concealer
Under Eye Concealer



Cold Creams

Cold cream is a unique emulsion of fats and water; it is usually used in cleaning and softening of the skin. Ideally, for a prolonged time cold cream has been used to gently get rid of makeup once a lady is back in the house. In addition, cold cream has been utilized in softening hard skin on elbows and knees. Moreover, the component has been used in protecting the skin from the undesirable cold weather.

This product is sold in varied forms. One is advised to first make use of some varieties before settling for a unique cold cream component. It is never a challenging activity on how to use cold cream.

When used to remove make up, you will have to spread a small composition on your face, give the cream some time to take effect, and afterwards wipe it gently off your face with the use of a suitable material, such as tissue or a smooth piece of cotton cloth.

One can also use cold cream as a remedy for unwanted spots, whereby you can apply the cream on the spots, then let it cover the spots all through the night and have it wiped out in the morning.




Beauty & Makeup

Beauty Tips
Body Care
Hair & Hairstyles
Skin Care

Fashion Lifestyle

Fashion Tips
Prom Dresses

Makeup Tips

Cosmetics Brands
Types of Makeup
Makeup Tools

Health & Fitness

Home Remedies
Skin Disorders


Home | Contact | Privacy Policy |Blog

Copyright © 2005-2013 All rights reserved.