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    MANY people know the importance of removing make-up at night, but did you know that you shouldn’t wash your face with tap water? Marion Assuied, who is an ex-CEO of a premium French beauty brand, shared her top tips for healthy glowing skin and revealed a waterless cleanser is key. 1A skin expert has revealed why washing your face with tap water is not the best for your skinCredit: Getty Speaking to Fabulous, she said: “Your skin is the largest organ in your body and requires constant care and attention, the same way you look after your body by feeding it fruits and vegetables.” Marion, who has just launched INUR natural skincare range focusing on skincare while you sleep, revealed her top tips… 1. Don’t wash your face with water Using a waterless cleanser to clean your skin morning and night ensures you're avoiding any nasty impurities carried in polluted waters.  A large number of women opt for a micellar water because they are excellent at removing makeup or cleansing, yet are extremely gentle. More on skin tipsSKIN-TELLIGENT I'm a...
    OF course, there are many ways to talk to kids about sex. This is how Anna suggests you go about it. WINKY is fine but tell them the correct term: I have no issues with using pet names, whether it’s willy, winky or botty. I wouldn’t ask my kids: “Have you washed your anus?” or: “Have you cleaned your penis today?” because it sounds odd. 2TV presenter Anna with husband Alex and children Vincenzo, five, and Eleanoria, twoCredit: INSTAGRAM/ANNA WILLIAMSON 2Anna Williamson, a mum of two shares her advice on talking to little ones about the birds and the beesCredit: Getty Pet names for anatomy are softer and perfectly OK to use but kids must be aware of the correct terminology too. You don’t want them to reach their teens and be ridiculed in a biology lesson for not knowing. When these nicknames come up in conversation, give them the correct label. CURIOSITY is natural but keep it at home: Kids are curious and my two-year-old daughter has been known to whack my knees apart while I’m sitting on the...
    FINDING the right products to buy can sometimes be challenging – even at Costco. Costco is known for offering its products in bulk to its shoppers at a discount. 2A Costco fan has revealed products to swoop up and avoid at the store 2Jessica gives the green light to buy Kirkland-branded Signature Cold Brew Coffee. The wholesaler has a wide variety of departments in its warehouse including seafood, meat, bed and bath, bakery, as well as produce sections. However, keep in mind that in most cases you can only shop at Costco if you have a membership or a shop card (gift card). For those who might be new to Costco or are looking for new products in bulk to try, TikToker “lifebyjessica” has come up with a list of products to buy at its warehouses. She revealed them in a recent video. READ MORE ON BUYING PRODUCTSSHOPPING GUIDE Four items to always buy at Walmart - and the ones to avoidDOLLAR DEALS Four items to always buy at Dollar Tree - and the products to avoid Products to buy  One...
    ETIQUETTE experts have revealed the vaping dos and don’ts including never doing it during mealtimes or Zoom calls, and if in doubt, ask. The number of vape users is increasing, but 59 per cent of adults who use vaping as an alternative to smoking admit they’re not clear on what is and isn’t good social vaping etiquette. 1People say they struggle to know when they should and shouldn't vapeCredit: Getty - Contributor While 61 per cent believe vaping in public is a ‘social minefield.’ But help is at hand – five years since their last guide, leading authority on etiquette and behaviour, Debrett's have teamed up with Vuse to update its advice. The tips were developed following research of 2,000 adult nicotine users which found 67 per cent consider vaping etiquette to be ‘important.’ A spokesperson for Debrett's said: “The number of people who vape in the UK has increased significantly in recent years, but the rules around vaping are not always clear. Read more on vapingVAPE ALERT I was left with the lungs of an 80-year-old smoker at 16...
    TRADER Joe's employees are part of why people love shopping there. However, the customers are not always right, according to an ex-employee. 1The tropical-themed grocery store is the favorite for many shoppers The ex-employee has a list of things they wished customers would stop doing at the grocery store, they told Insider. Most shoppers appreciate the affordable prices, but some will try to barter with employees to get a better deal. Employees have no say in prices, and the reason items may be more expensive is because of the cost of quality ingredients. Arguing with a cashier about the price of chocolate-covered banana slices will just hold up the line. Read more on Trader Joe'sDID YOU KNOW? The stuffed animals at Trader Joe’s aren’t just for decoration – it’s a gameBUY AND TRY I'm a regular at Trader Joe's and I reviewed which products are worth buying Free samples are a staple in the stores, but that doesn't mean shoppers have to take each one. If you sample an item and don't like it, simply...
    COSTCO is known to many households across the world as a place of great deals and huge savings. However, a TikTok user who goes by "Couponcutiecanada" has revealed there are some items you shouldn't buy at the warehouse club. 1Costco customers should refrain from buying is the Kirkland toilet paperCredit: Instagram One of the items she recommends not to buy at Costco is Cheez-It crackers. She said: "These items can get couponed for less at other stores." The next item Costco customers should refrain from buying is the Kirkland toilet paper, according to a former employee. Tess Robison said to BestLife: "[It is] one of the worst products, in my opinion as a former Costco employee. Read more about CostcoAISLE BE DAMNED Costco membership fee may increase this year for the first time since 2017GROCERY GUIDE Why the Costco aisles aren't labeled - it makes you spend more than necessary "It is one of the cheapest toilet papers out there." "Even though it seems like it's priced cheaper than other brands, you will end up using it much...
    GETTING a doctor’s appointment can be tricky with GPs now busier than ever – but surgeries are still open for patients who need them. To help people get the right help quickly, the Royal College of GPs has revealed when patients should phone their local clinic and when a pharmacy or hospital is a better choice. 2GP surgeries in England are busier than ever with more than one million appointments per dayCredit: Getty - Contributor Family doctors are urging people to call in if they have long-term worries or symptoms that could be cancer or another serious disease. But people should try treating themselves at home for common issues like cold and flu, which can’t be fixed with prescription drugs. Minor medical problems can often be treated by a pharmacist, while seasonal bugs usually don’t have a cure except bed rest and fluids. Dr Margaret Ikpoh, vice chair of the Royal College of GPs, said people can help the NHS by understanding which issues GPs can and can’t fix. Possible cancer symptom? Call your GP She said: “The latest figures...
    BOXING Day has come to be one of the most anticipated days of the year. And it's all thanks to the incredible sales which sees an array of heavily discounted goods on offer. 2Here's everything you should splurge on during the Boxing Day sales and what you should avoidCredit: Getty But it's very easy to shop big on items you don't really need, and despite the bargain prices, you might be spending more money than you should be. According to Sophie from The Fussy Shopper, we should all navigate the sales with extreme caution. "So many companies monetise on the Boxing Day sale and the reality is there are some great deals to be had, but also some sales may be misleading with companies just wanting to join in on the biggest sale of the year to increase their sales," she explains. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "We would always suggest that you do your research on the items you are wanting to buy before it gets to the big...
    In the wake of the devastation left in New Orleans and the northeast after Hurricane Ida, emergency response officials are offering reminders about what is best to give to those in need.Along with giving to reputable organizations, there are some items you shouldn't send and others that go much further in helping."I would suggest right now that people not consider sending clothing," Barry Porter, regional CEO of the American Red Cross said."Because of the COVID environment, there's also a concern about exposure, things of that nature, so trying to be able to manage cost. When you sit and then try to figure out getting shipments there. Where's it going to go, who's going to handle it, it really becomes a challenge for organizations when we're really focused on the basic needs of shelter, food, and medical care," Porter said.Porter says if you truly want to send clothing, send new items and coordinate delivery with a local, smaller organization like a church in the area of need. He points out after natural disasters, there are other items that are in higher...
    Breakfast dishes made in an air fryer can be a hit or miss. Brent Hofacker/Shutterstock; George Dolgikh/ Shutterstock Air fryers can be used to make great breakfast meals, but not every dish should be cooked in one.  Chefs recommend making air-fried bacon and breakfast burritos. They don't suggest you make pancakes, frittatas, or omelets in the air fryer. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Air fryers are handy countertop appliances that cook food with rapidly circulating hot air using little or no oil.  They're a popular way to whip up snacks, but your air fryer can be used to make some tasty breakfasts.  Keep reading for the best and worst breakfasts to make in an air fryer, according to chefs. The air fryer is great for breakfast burritos Get crispy breakfast burritos in an air fryer. Brent Hofacker/ Shutterstock Professional restaurant and catering chef Christina Musgrave told Insider that an air fryer is perfect for making breakfast burritos. "The fryer will crisp the tortilla while warming the inside of the burrito, which results in great...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Millions of California's have been vaccinated and now many are wondering what they can and can't do.San Francisco residents, Irma Duran and her mom Teresa are part of the group that group.RELATED: What to know when CA opens up vaccine eligibility on March 15"When can I have my cousins over? When can we start having our parties, start traveling? For us the big thing is family. When can we just start getting together?" said Duran.Teresa got her second dose of the Moderna vaccine on Wednesday, you can say that was her early birthday present. She turns 70 on Saturday.The CDC was expected to release recommendations for those fully vaccinated this week, but we're still waiting."CDC is working to assure that the communication we release on this guidance are clear and that the American public can act on them," said Dr. Rochelle Walensky, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.RELATED: Americans vaccinated against COVID-19 still wait for advice from health officialsMeanwhile, local doctors keep getting calls from patients like Teresa and Irma for guidance.Luz Pena:...
    The words and phrases you should never use in a job interview have been revealed - and bragging about being a 'team player' or using industry 'buzzwords' should always be avoided.  Australian recruitment company Seek has revealed the top five words and phrases candidates should never use during a job interview.  Using the right words can help demonstrate your understanding of the position and skills required to make a long-lasting impression during the initial interview stages.  For this reason, commonly overused words should be avoided and replaced with other terms to describe why you're the perfect individual for the role.  Using the right words during a job interview can help demonstrate your understanding of the position and skills required Don't use overused words Jason Walker, director at recruitment firm Hays, says some frequently used words can easily be replaced with better options. The top three words to avoid include 'we', 'obviously' and 'workaholic', and instead use 'I' to explain your experiences and knowledge. The interviewer wants to hear what you achieved to contribute to the previous company, rather than what...
    Air fryers can help you prepare crispy food in a jiffy. Shutterstock Although certain foods become crispy and juicy in an air fryer, others can get messy and dry. The experts recommended using an air fryer when preparing frozen food, making cookies, and cooking bacon. You'll want to avoid putting over-seasoned food items, wet batters, and cheese in your air fryer since they can create a mess. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Air fryers can be convenient and versatile when it comes to preparing many dishes, but not every food should be tossed into this appliance.  Here are the best and worst foods to cook in an air fryer, according to chefs and other culinary experts. 
    San Antonio – Start off by taking out words like “just” or "actually. These words can make you sound apologetic or defensive. Next, stop undermining yourself with qualifiers. An example of this would be “I’m not an expert but...” “Before you’ve even mentioned your points, you’ve already told them you’re not an expert,” says Lauren Mcgoodwin, Lauren McGoodwin of Career Contessa. “They don’t need to listen to what you have to say.” Instead, ask for their feedback on the subject. Third, don’t say ‘does this make sense?’ While you may have good intentions, it could come off as condescending or it suggests your email was confusing to follow. Stop saying sorry when you’re not sorry! Mcgoodwin says using that word is one of those unconscious habits that many people formed over their lives. As an alternative, you can say “excuse me.” Another thing to be mindful of is how many exclamation points you use. We get that you want to come off as nice but sometimes it can come off as overly friendly. Finally, delete anything that isn’t...
    U.S. COVID-19 death analysis shows greater toll on Black, Hispanic youth: CDC A year after LGBTQ spat, Chick-fil-A no longer seeking San Antonio airport location What you should (and shouldn’t) store in a safe deposit box Renting a safe deposit box can help you keep important personal documents, collectibles and family heirlooms safe. But it's important to make wise decisions about what items really belong in a safe deposit box. If you need to access your items quickly, or if lack of access will cause problems, don't store those items in a safe deposit box. © Jeffrey Greenberg/Universal Images Group/Getty Images Safe deposit box Unfortunately, this has become too apparent for some as the coronavirus pandemic has shut down bank branches and left safe deposit boxes temporarily inaccessible. Load Error If you want to be savvy with your safe deposit box, here's what you should know.What is a safe deposit box?A safe deposit box is a secure container usually made of metal that's used to store valuables at a bank or credit union. These boxes are often kept...
    Teachers concerned over COVID-19 safety as schools reopen, new cases are reported A 17-year-old Sesame Place employee was brutally attacked after asking a visitor to wear a mask, revealing a crisis for workers across America How To Sell Your Home For The Best Price Possible Ad Microsoft 17 Ways These $20 Lights Will Upgrade Your Home Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © Roberto Machado Noa/Getty Images pam-cooking-sprays-in-store-shelf-pam-is-a-brand-name-by A quick spritz of cooking spray magically keeps food from sticking to a pan. But it's not good for every situation. Sometimes, you're better off using nonstick spray alternatives like butter, shortening, oil, or lard. We break down when to use it, and when not to. Here are 20 genius ways to use cooking spray that go way beyond the kitchen.
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