Pizza Hut Winter Treat 2010

Pizza Hut Pakistan has offered a great meal deal for winter 2010.
Value Deal:
Personal Pan Pizza with Pepsi and Garlic Bread only for Rs. 170/- per serving exclusive tax. You can choose toppings from Chunky chicken, Mexican chicken, beefy treat and Cheese Lovers.
Veggie Value Variety:
Regular Pizza with any of these topping

Hydrating body scrub for silky smooth skin

The problem
We tend to neglect our bodies during the winter months, covering our legs and arms in thick layers of clothes and forgetting to exfoliate and moisturize. Say hello to dull, dry skin!
The solution
A gentle moisturizing exfoliating scrub for silky smooth skin as soon as you step out of the shower.

Glycerin and Rosewater Lotion

A lotion which I have been using for a very long time. It consists of simple ingredients of glycerin and rosewater. In winter season my hands get dry and no matter what I do nothing helps. I found this homemade lotion recipe without the specific amount of quantity. I have determined the quantity of the ingredients through the years by trial and error.
Here is the recipe:

Glycerin 2tbsp
Rosewater 3tbsp

Herbal Papaya Mask for Oily Skin

Herbal papaya face mask has the ingredients that take good care of oily skin in wintry weather. As oily skin does not dries out in dehydrated breeze therefore the main aim behind the winter face pack is to absorb the excess oil and keep it clean. Oily skin behaves best … Read more

Natural Home Remedies for Calluses and Corns

Safe home remedies for painful corns and calluses include tea, cornstarch, and vinegar. For more details on how these everyday items can help your sore feet, read on. Baking soda. One of the best ways you can treat corns and calluses is with a warm-water soak. This loosens the dead … Read more

5 ways to winter-proof your skin

Wind-weathered cheeks, cracked elbows and general dryness can take your skin from beautiful to blah. To overcome the winter elements, follow these five skincare steps.
1. Avoid those lovely long, hot showers
A steamy, half-hour shower may be tempting on those especially chilly mornings, but they can wreak havoc on your skin. Hot water removes the skin’s natural oils, so take a lukewarm shower instead. Also, keep showers within 10 to 15 minutes. Contrary to what may seem like common sense,