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5 Natural Remedies Sagging Skin Can Benefit From.



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5 Natural Remedies Sagging Skin Can Benefit From.

Sagging skin come to the fore as the collagen and elastin fibers in our skin diminish with age or swift weight loss. Collagen and elastin are accountable for your skin’s ability to retain its normal shape during weight gain and slow weight loss. Natural remedies sagging skin can benefit from will be rendered at length here.

During the aging process and rapid weight loss, these fibers break down…you know the rest of the story.

When one’s skin, especially a woman’s skin starts to give signs of aging, her personality is threatened to become overshadowed with low self-esteem.

But of course, you may have sagging skin, even if you are a young person. This happens either because you don’t have a healthy diet, you suffered a sudden weight loss or maybe have a skin disease.

However you want to look at it, you want to get a remedial process underway and get rid of the situation. You do not need the following are natural homemade remedies you can prepare from home for overall goodness result.

5 Natural Remedies Sagging Skin Could Use:

      1. Yogurt and honey

The lactic acid in yogurt will help dissolve dead skin and tighten pores. It is a very useful element for your health as it is rich in nutrients and proteins too, giving your body and skin the elements they need.

On the other hand, honey is known for drawing moisture from the atmosphere. By combining these two elements, you will obtain a potent moisturizer and quickly gives you the desired tight skin.


      2. Cucumber and avocado

Cucumber is known for its anti-aging properties, hence the reason it is such a common ingredient in the cosmetic industry. In addition, it exfoliates and nourishes the skin, leaving it clean and tone.

Avocado, on the other hand, moisturizes the skin. In a more descriptive sense, a combination between the two can be very helpful for your sagging skin. Put in a blender one cup of finely chopped avocado and a cup of chopped cucumber and mix until you obtain a comfortable paste.

Apply the mixture on your skin and leave it on for about 30 minutes, wash off gently.


      3. Do exercises

According to Wikipedia, physical exercise is any bodily activity that enhances or maintains physical fitness and overall health and wellness. It is performed for various reasons, including increasing growth and development, preventing aging, strengthening muscles and the cardiovascular system.

Strengthening muscles being the keyword here. Exercising comes with huge health benefits and cannot be overemphasized because when you sweat, harmful body toxins are ejected out of your system.

Because your muscles get strengthened, and you have more muscle mass, your skin too will consequently be tightened.

Word of advice, exercise a lot, on a schedule, sweat and gather muscle mass for that tighter skin you dream of.


     4. Massage

Massage techniques are commonly applied with hands, fingers, elbows, knees, forearm, feet, or a device. The purpose of massage is generally for the treatment of body stress or pain. Throw in some essential oils like almond oil and this may be of massive benefit to a sagging skin. Do this often to achieve tight skin.


    5. Drink plenty of water

In order to restore the skin elasticity, you should consume as much water as you can. You will not only hydrate your body and remove the toxins but in time, your skin will be firmer and smoother too. The recommended quantity that you should drink daily is between 8 and 10 glasses.


There you have it, 5 natural remedies sagging skin could benefit from, see to it that you observe these and you will be glad you did. Your body will be grateful.

Courtesy: NPBS Blog.

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Customs Corner

COWA PTML Command Spreads Love to Orphans, Vulnerable Children



Author: Lucy Nyambi.

The Customs Officers Wives Association (COWA) Port and Terminal Multi-Services Limited (PTML) has reached out to orphans and vulnerable children in the spirit of the season.

The women visited the Chosen Child Orphanage and Care Centre and So-Said Charity Homes, both in Ajegunle, Apapa, Lagos, on Tuesday, 13 February, 2024.

Donating cash gifts and household items to the children of both homes, the Chairperson, COWA PTML Chapter, Princess Ojoede stated that the gesture is one that is being carried out both at National and State level.

“Our National President, Mrs Kikelomo Adeniyi, has mandated us, as our core objectives to make sure that we carry out this outreach to the children, to empower them and to show them love and care”. She said.

“She is also happy that we are delivering and implementing her core mandates of putting smiles on the faces of children and doing this welfare program”.

She emphasized the importance of the outreach saying that, it is their burning desire that all children should live happily and be well taken care of.

“As COWA members, we care with humility, and we want to show that care and love to the children here so this is just a little minute pack of the achievement we want to deliver in Lagos, Zone A”. She said.

While Fielding questions from the women, the Coordinator of Chosen Child Orphanage and Care Centre, Mrs Loiusa Ayuba noted that the home is registered with the Lagos State Government and caters to the needs of orphans and vulnerable children.

“We want to take them further in life, not having a father or mother is no longer an excuse to deny any child the opportunity to have the priviledge that other children enjoy”. She said.

She expressed gratitude to the women for their visit and donations.

Similarly, the Admistrative officer, So-Said Charity Homes, Pauline Okoro, expressed deep appreciation to the women for their kind gesture towards the children, while also offering prayers for them.

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Customs Officers Thwart Illegal Elephant Tusks Export



Three Arrested in Joint Wildlife Protection Operation

Author: Lucy Nyambi.

Officers of the Nigeria Customs Service, Special Wildlife Office and the Customs Police Unit, in an intelligence-led, joint enforcement operation with the Wildlife Justice Commission, have arrested 3 suspects for facilitating the illegal export of Wildlife to Asia.

The 3 illegal Wildlife Traders were arrested during the sale of 5 pieces of Elephant Tusk on the 25th of January 2024, the 4th and 6th of February 2024.

The items weighing 25.35kg are worth about 16,000 USD in the Country of destination, which is equivalent to N23,520,000.00.

According to the Officer in charge of the Nigeria Customs Services’ Special Wildlife Office, Assistant Comptroller Abimbola Isafiade, “trafficking of Wildlife is a criminal offence punishable under law, and so Nigeria Customs Service will continue to support the global effort to fight Wildlife crime.”

“This act contravenes the Endangered Species Act of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Nigeria Customs Service Act.” She emphasized.

AC Abimbola restated the Nigeria Customs Services’ commitment to leaving no stone unturned to end Illegal wildlife trade.

She assured that the Service is determined to dismantle the Wildlife criminal networks operating within the country.

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Customs Corner

Customs MMIA Holds Free CGC’s Medical Outreach to Mark International Customs Day



Author: Lucy Nyambi.

The Nigeria Customs Service, Murtala Muhammed International Airport Command, in partnership with Rotary Club District 9110, has held a free medical outreach as part of activities to mark International Customs Day (ICD).

The free medical outreach held at the Medical Centre, Nigeria Customs Training College Ikeja, Lagos, on Friday, January 26, 2024, during the ICD celebration.

While Inspecting the exercise, the Comptroller General of Customs (CGC), Bashir Adewale Adeniyi MFR commended the medical Officers’ support and the synergy during the outreach.

He expressed delight at the quality of service with the quantity of medication for the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

The CGC further expressed optimism for future partnership with the Rotary Club, saying, “We hope that this will not be a one-off thing; we will explore other areas where we can partner together.”

He also commended the Customs Area Controller, Murtala Muhammed International Airport Command, Comptroller Charles Orbih, for the initiative.

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