SKIN ICING THE NEW TREND IN BEAUTY  The facial skin treat with ice cubes? According to the beauty blogs from home and abroad is skin icing the new trend in skin care. The use of ice cubes on the face has many positive effects on the skin. We will discuss them here in this article. Is also a new cool skin icing will perhaps ritual in your beauty salon?

Treatment with cold in the beauty world
Cold treatments are not new. Everyone knows that applying cold compresses a natural way to treat minor injuries and reduce swelling. So it’s not a crazy idea to also cold for the face to be used in the daily beauty rituals. Also within the beauty industry have already been different cold treatments for the skin, such as cryotherapy and cool Sculpting to fat cells to destroy and Cryo 6 to reduce varicose veins.

Why skin apply icing?
Skin icing is an easier treatment with ice cubes for improving the condition of the skin. It is applied for years by Korean women, known for their strict beauty regime. Find out why your skin icing should apply:

• Stimulate blood circulation
Ice causes the blood vessels in the skin constrict. The body responds to this by a larger flow warm blood to the area. This gives the skin a nice natural look.

Choosing a health insurance plan: coverage, cost and comparison


Choosing a health insurance plan: coverage, cost and comparison

There are three main factors to consider when a health insurance plan is chosen: coverage, cost and comparison between plans. Each factor generates its own particular questions. In considering each of these factors, you can choose the right plan for you and your family.

Coverage means the range of health services offered by your health insurance plan, such as doctor visits, hospitalization, maternity care, health care in the emergency room and prescription drugs. You want to see what your plan offers, if there are limits on some types of services or a limit on how many times you can use these services every year.

  • Find out what services are covered beyond basic care and what services are not covered. If you need a specific type of care, such as orthopedic services, make sure your plan provides such coverage.
  • Find out if the plan limits what doctors, hospitals and other providers can visit. If you have a favorite doctor, is part of the network your insurance plan? What if you want to see a provider that is outside the plan’s network? Will you have to pay more? Do doctors and hospitals that are part of the plan’s network are in a convenient location for you?
  • If you spend much time outside the state where you live, see if you can get services for health care in other states and how the provider network outside your state.
  • Check prescription drug coverage. Make sure you are covered medications that you take regularly, and whether or discounts for generic drugs if you can get your prescriptions by mail.