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Boost Your Beauty Sleep

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Boost Your Beauty Sleep

Silk has been a scientific curiosity for centuries and now a new insight into its properties has surfaced. Silk seracin, a natural protein refined from the silk glands and pods of the silkworm has a long history of being discarded as waste during silk processing and has only recently begun to be recovered for other uses, reducing the environmental impact of silk manufacture. The pierced cocoons and 'wastesilk' generated in silk manufacture, or sericulture, account for nearly 30 percent of total cocoon production, so being able to harness the rearing and thread waste of silk for coarse yarn and other...

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Meet The Bralette

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Meet The Bralette

  With the current beautiful spring weather you may be feeling the need to freshen up your (most likely) tired and worn bra collection. It's time to meet the bralette! The bralette is a style of bra made famous by those glamorous pin-up girls of the past. While your everyday bra is most likely a classic nude or black affair, it's fashionable cousin the bralette comes in almost every fabric, shape and style imaginable, with styles featuring embellishments including mesh, crochet, lace, embroidery and even chain mail!The bralette first rose to prominence about five years ago and has since become...

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Pillow Talk

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Pillow Talk

  There are a swag of articles currently being published revisiting a 2005 study about whether it is better for your health to make your bed in the morning, or not. An average bed harbours more than 1.5million dust mites, feeding on scales of human skin and producing allergens which we inhale during sleep. The study suggests that the way to deal with this horrifying news is to not make your bed in the morning, but to let your mattress and bedding air for the day. Movement of air and sunlight dehydrate the mites, eventually killing them. All the slothful people...

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