Everybody dreams of having super smooth and evenly-toned skin with a natural, sun kissed glow. Unfortunately, quite a few reasons can lead to uneven skin tone, which results in both an unhealthy and tired-looking complexion. The main causes for an uneven skin tone, also known as skin discoloration, are pigmentation, pimples, acne, injury or overexposure to sunlight. An individual can experience uneven skin tones (like dark or red spots) on legs, arms, back or even in their mouth area. Probably the most common case is the aftermath of a sun burn; if you stay in the sun unprotected for too long, your skin will be burned and even when it heals you will notice that your skin tone has become uneven. Even though there are countless skin products available for treatment, why not try your hand at some fantastic home remedies for uneven skin tone? Sometimes covering the effect with cream, foundation or makeup simply won’t help you treat the cause. The ingredients for these do-it-yourself remedies are highly accessible and might already be in your refrigerator or pantry at home. No matter if you're light or dark skin or anywhere in between, we are certain that you will enjoy these neat home remedies. Learn how to apply them, try one out and make your own skin product to heal your uneven skin tone !
This is a good example of not mixing business with pleasure. Two pilots working for Algeria's national airline have been suspended because they allowed a 10-year-old orphan to fly a domestic passenger aircraft.The report says the boy's adventure was funded by a charity and filmed by El Bilad TV, who show him dressed for the occasion in a pilot's uniform and pushing buttons in the cockpit under supervision. It's however not clear how many passengers were on board the Air Algerie flight from the capital Algiers to the easter city of Setif but Algerian media outlets confirms that the pilots were suspended on July 29, 201 pending further investigation "because the act was a breach of civil aviation regulations".
Police is hunting for one Andrew Okoth after they discovered the body of his girl friend Fahima Natoolo, an employee of Tropical Bank of Africa, Kampala, Uganda.
According to Police sources, Natoolo, pictured with Okoth at an event on Saturday, July 29, was murdered on Sunday morning.
Police say that Okoth had asked her to spend a night with him at his home in Mbalwa Nabwojjo, a Kampala suburb.
The discovery of Natoolo’s body follows a missing person querry posted by a friend on Facebook on Saturday.
"They were last seen together at Red i Bar in Lugogo UMA Showgrounds on Saturday, nobody has seen or heard from them since,” Natoolo’s friend said.
Okoth's neighbor who allegedly witnessed the two fighting on Sunday morning gave directions to Natoolo’s family members who went with Police and upon breaking the door to his house, discovered the body in the house.
A murder case has been reported at Mbalwa Police Station.
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A flamboyant business has left Nairobi residents amazed after gifting his wife with a brand-new Range Rover. Simon Kabu gifted his wife, Sarah, with the car as a birthday gift that was brought by a double cabin pick up which caused a standoff in town. Simon Kabu and his wife Sarah are the founder of the thriving company Bonfire Adventures which they started almost a decade ago to quench their desire for adventure. (photo) Facebook/Rooney Dan Muhuni The two have seen the company grow into a multi million company. The couple's aim at the time was to change the perception that only foreign tourists can tour the country and enjoy its beauty. Facebook/Rooney Dan Muhuni Simon Kabu and wife Sarah. Photos: Facebook/Rooney Dan Muhuni "But before we set up Bonfire, we had to experience every hotel and all the major tourist attraction sites in Kenya before selling them to our clients. We also visit at least five countries in one year to discover and experience new holiday destinations for our clients. Simon Kabu and wife Sarah. "Being strong believers of happy marriages, we are passionate about romantic getaways, honeymoon packages, wedding anniversaries, unique engagement proposals, and glamorous wedding destinations. P "We usually go out of our way to ensure that couples get experiences that are out of this world to spice up their marriages," said Kabu in an old interview. Kabu’s post has evoked emotions on social media as many awed their life. Sarah also got a lovely party from her husband. The wife was then escorted in her Range Rover.
A gang of Nigerian fraudsters who posed as bankers, financial gurus and potential love interests have been jailed after swindling people out of £1m.
Peters Akanno Obi, Soloman Adanegbe and Prince Braimah-Oboh preyed on victims across the world, conning them out of cash, which was laundered and stored in accounts in Greater Manchester.
"This series of high value international frauds was perpetrated by the offenders from the comfort of their own homes in Manchester. Luckily the majority of people don’t fall for these types of scams, but due to the volume of attempts, even a success rate of one per cent can be extremely lucrative for these criminals. “This was their full-time job. Money was being deposited and withdrawn from their bank accounts on a daily basis." he said.
"We know that other crime groups are committing similar types of scams across the UK and I’d urge the public not to send money to people they have never met or place investments in schemes that have not been verified. “These criminals often try and prey on people’s good nature so please be vigilant. The likelihood is that the vast majority of people have received phishing emails, make sure your spam filter is on and don’t click on any links or attachments contained in suspicious emails"Source: Manchester Evening News
Men with shaved heads are seen as more dominant, stronger, and taller, some studies show. That's good news if you're thinking of shaving your head. But before you dive in head-first, here are some things to consider. You may be considering shaving your head because it makes balding less obvious. If you've still got some hair to work with, you may not want to rush into it. Talk to your barber or stylist and get an honest opinion of what you'll look like, because you'll look like a completely different person. Your barber can help you decide if the shape of your head and scalp are right for a shaved head. On the other hand, if half or more of your hair is already gone and you want to shave off the rest, go for it. You already know what you're going to look like. If you’ve never done it yourself, go to your barber and get it done there. IIt’s much easier to maintain after it’s already been shaved. If you want to do it yourself, buy a set of hair clippers and cut your hair really short first. Then bring in a razor to remove the last bit of stubble. Try these tips for a better shave:
A new study in the journal of Forensic Science International looked at three decades worth of filicide (the killing of one's son or daughter) cases between 1976 and 2007 and found they occurred about 500 times a year in the US.
The study also found out that almost 72% of those killed by their own parents were 6 years old or younger. And one-third of the victims were just babies under 1 year of age.
“Ever since the introduction of penicillin, hailed as a reliable and quick cure, gonorrhea has developed resistance to all therapeutic antibiotics.
“In the past 15 years, therapy has had to change three times following increasing rates of resistance worldwide.
“We are now at a point where we are using the drugs of last resort, but there are worrying signs of treatment failure due to resistant strains has been documented.”
“Sibanda went on to attack the now deceased by striking her once on her head with a dry log and she fell on the ground unconscious. The accused went on to drag the deceased into her kitchen hut and set alight the thatched roof,” he said.
“The matter came to light when the accused’s bedroom hut was searched, leading to the recovery of Sibanda’s clothes which were stained with blood. The deceased’s cellphone was also found hidden in his clothes,” said Mr Tapfuma.
“She then asked me to go and fetch water at night and we had a misunderstanding and I struck her with a log on the head. I then dragged her body to her kitchen hut and lit it to cover up the offence since it wasn’t my intention to kill her,” Sibanda said.