Mois : août 2014

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Exclusive interview with Lilou Mace – Part 1

As a conductor, she gathers souls who have found their way. Just like her …

Lilou Mace, that’s her name, is a refreshing human being with communicative energy. In each of her videos- viewed thousands of times around the world- we perceive her contagious ”joie de vivre” and her innate sense of sharing and exchange. Without a doubt, this gorgeous French lady, born in Santa Barbara (California) on August 20 th 1977, bears the stamp of service to others and actively contributes to the well being of humanity. She had the brilliant idea, in 2006, to create her web TV. Her unusual career path is to discover in our exclusive interview.

By FP

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Interview exclusive de Lilou Macé – Partie1

Tel un chef d’orchestre, elle rassemble des âmes qui ont trouvé leur voie. Tout comme elle…

Lilou Macé, c’est son nom, est un être rafraîchissant à l’énergie communicative. Dans chacune de ses vidéos- vues des milliers de fois à travers le monde-on perçoit sa joie de vivre contagieuse et son sens inné du partage et de l’échange. A n’en pas douter, cette superbe Française, d’1m 81, née à Santa Barbara (Californie), un 20 août 1977, est marquée du sceau du service rendu aux autres et contribue activement au bien être de l’humanité. Elle a eu l’idée géniale, en 2006, de créer sa web Télé. Son parcours atypique et inspirant est à découvrir dans notre interview exclusive.

 

Par FP

My health, my beauty in question

Dr. Sy Khadi Bizet, dermatologist and aesthetic physician, has kindly agreed to provide us with practical advice and answers to all these questions we ask ourselves regularly and for which we do not always have an answer. Each week you will find in this section are easy to implement tips and clear and reliable information to take care of yourself and your loved ones. You can now send this to all your questions contact@femmesaupluriel.fr.

I have lots of dandruff. What do you recommend?

If you are prone to dandruff, you have to consider changing your habits and your cosmetic hair products for dandruff often reflect a yeast overgrowth in the scalp.
Some hair products like creams styling may be the cause. They can also bring a permanent state of stress, so also remember to relax!

There are many anti-dandruff hair products, I personally recommend willingly Kélual shampoo laboratories Ducray, effective on all types of dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis. If your scalp is sensitive, soothing shampoo for irritated scalps Klorane Laboratories, or the sensitive anti-dandruff shampoo laboratories Vichy Dercos.

Ma santé, ma beauté en question

Le Docteur Khadi Sy Bizet, dermatologue et médecin esthétique, a aimablement accepté de nous apporter des réponses pratiques et des conseils avisés à toutes ces questions que nous nous posons régulièrement et pour lesquelles nous n’avons pas toujours de réponse. Chaque semaine, vous trouverez dans cette rubrique des astuces faciles à mettre en oeuvre et des infos claires et fiables pour prendre soin de vous et de vos proches. Vous pouvez dès a présent lui envoyer toutes vos questions à contact@femmesaupluriel.fr.

J’ai beaucoup de pellicules. Que me conseillez-vous?

Si vous êtes sujette aux pellicules, il faut songer à changer vos habitudes cosmétiques et vos produits capillaires car les pellicules reflètent souvent une pullulation mycosique au niveau du cuir chevelu.

Certains produits capillaires comme les crèmes de coiffage peuvent en être la cause. Elles peuvent traduire aussi un état de stress permanent, donc pensez aussi à vous détendre !

Il existe de nombreux produits capillaires anti-pelliculaires, personnellement je conseille volontiers, Kélual shampooing des laboratoires Ducray, efficace sur tous types de pellicules et sur la dermite séborrhéique. Si votre cuir chevelu est sensible, le shampooing apaisant pour les cuirs chevelus irrités des laboratoires Klorane, ou encore le shampooing anti-pelliculaire sensitive des laboratoires Vichy Dercos.

Lolita Picco

Lolita Picco, creative made ​​in Marseille

Artist jack-of-all, Lolita Picco is an illustrator, graphic designer from Marseille. After a purely artistic training, she graduated from Visual Communication in Montpellier in 2008, and returns to his hometown to launch its brand online.

Tinged with humor and poetry, the work of the young designer was inspired by soft retro atmosphere, enhanced by collages with bright colors and details borrowed from the tattoo-flash. The artist says draw inspiration from his life and especially in his city, Marseille, which occupies an important place both in his heart and in his work. Indeed, the world of Lolita Picco smelling the sea air: it has a habit of repeating the old family photos evoking moments at the edge of the sea and the decline in postcards, badges, illustrations, maps cards, notepads

The designer recently launched a collection of decorative objects as mugs and a retro clothing line with basics (tank tops, sweatshirts), all in a still sea and jovial spirit.

 

Products available online at Etsy : https://www.etsy.com/fr/shop/LolitaPicco?section_id=all

By Anne Waas

Khadi Bizet - gommage corporel

My health, my beauty in question

Dr. Sy Khadi Bizet, dermatologist and aesthetic physician, has kindly agreed to provide us with practical advice and answers to all these questions we ask ourselves regularly and for which we do not always have an answer. Each week you will find in this section are easy to implement tips and clear and reliable information to take care of yourself and your loved ones. You can now send this to all your questions contact@femmesaupluriel.fr.

How often can you do a body scrub?

I will answer you, it depends … First, depending on your skin type, if you have a thin, dry skin once a week is more than enough. However, if your skin is normal, you can erase twice a week. Finally, if you have areas of roughness on the thighs or buttocks, you can erase three times a week.

Then it depends on the type of product you use exfoliating: If you choose a exfoliating shower gel you can use everyday. It is particularly recommended before sun exposure to perfect your tan. But if it is a paste exfoliating, rhythm is tune to your skin type.

I particularly recommend:

Khadi Bizet - gommage corporel

Ma santé, ma beauté en question

Le Docteur Khadi Sy Bizet, dermatologue et médecin esthétique, a aimablement accepté de nous apporter des réponses pratiques et des conseils avisés à toutes ces questions que nous nous posons régulièrement et pour lesquelles nous n’avons pas toujours de réponse. Chaque semaine, vous trouverez dans cette rubrique des astuces faciles à mettre en oeuvre et des infos claires et fiables pour prendre soin de vous et de vos proches. Vous pouvez dès a présent lui envoyer toutes vos questions à contact@femmesaupluriel.fr.

A quelle fréquence peut-on faire un gommage corporel?

Je vous répondrai, c’est selon… D’abord, selon votre type de peau: si vous avez une peau fine et sèche, une fois par semaine est largement suffisant. En revanche, si votre peau est normale, vous pouvez la gommer deux fois par semaine. Enfin si vous avez des zones de rugosités sur les hauts de cuisses ou au niveau des fesses, vous pouvez les gommer trois fois par semaine.

Ensuite, cela dépend du type de produit gommant que vous utilisez: si vous choisissez un gel douche gommant vous pouvez l’utiliser au quotidien. Il est particulièrement recommandé avant l’exposition solaire pour parfaire le bronzage. Mais, s’il s’agit d’une pâte gommant, le rythme est à adapter selon votre type de peau.

Je vous conseille particulièrement:

Painting with happiness

When using paint to become a better citizen of the world

The nonprofit organization Art in All of Us (AiA) but introduces a new program dedicated to children via a crowdfunding campaign (crowdfunding).

PAINTING WITH HAPPINESS is a painting workshop for free expression quiira to meet children from around the world, coupled with the production of a documentary series. A program whose goal is to provide them with sustainable tools to make them aware of their own creativity, and to consider the future on foundations of benevolence, esteem and self-respect; films to give them the opportunity to express themselves, to tell their city, their country, their hopes, their desires, their view of the world and communicate with each other.

[blockquote style=”2″]”I wanted to show the world through the eyes of his children and create a program dedicated to building a future without fear.” (Jean-Philippe Agnese,program founder and director)[/blockquote]

With a forecast of 8 Annual destinations, about 4,000 children who attend such workshops, especially due to the formation of hundreds of local teachers in pedagogy initiated by Arno Stern.

[blockquote style=”2″]”Children not only need food and clean water, but also to steal, to dream to create.” (Anthony Asael, founder of Art in All of Us)[/blockquote]

AiA chose to gather the energies of crowdfunding to raise the budget for the pilot destination, SLOVENIA, to later go to meet more institutionalized sources of funding. “The idea of this approach is then to return to the selective system with a strong message: this is what we can do without you imagine what it will be with you.!“(JPh Agnese)

To participate today in building the world of tomorrow, go to http://igg.me/at/pwh. FP love this great initiative, and you?

By FP.

Painting With Happiness - Teaser

Painting with happiness

Quand peindre aide à devenir un meilleur citoyen du monde

L’organisation à but non lucratif Art in All of Us (AiA) inaugure un nouveau programme dédié à l’enfance via une campagne de financement participatif (crowdfunding).

PAINTING WITH HAPPINESS, c’est un atelier de peinture d’expression libre quiira à la rencontre des enfants des quatre coins du monde, doublé de la production d’une série de documentaires. Un programme dont l’objectif est de leur transmettre des outils durables afin qu’ils prennent conscience de leur propre créativité, et qu’ils envisagent demain sur des bases de bienveillance, d’estime d’eux-mêmes et de respect; des films pour leur donner la possibilité de s’exprimer, de raconter leur ville, leur pays, leurs espoirs, leurs envies, leur regard sur la planète, et communiquer ainsi entre eux.

[blockquote style=”2″]”Je voulais montrer le monde à travers les yeux de ses enfants et créer un programme consacré à la construction d’un futur sans peurs.” (Jean-Philippe Agnese, fondateur du programme et réalisateur)[/blockquote]

Grâce à une prévision de 8 destinations annuelles, c’est environ 4000 enfants qui participeront à de tels ateliers, notamment du fait de la formation d’une centaine d’enseignants locaux à la pédagogie initiée par Arno Stern.

[blockquote style=”2″]”Les enfants n’ont pas seulement besoin de nourriture et d’eau potable, mais aussi de voler, de rêver… de créer.” (Anthony Asael, fondateur de Art in All of Us)[/blockquote]

AiA a choisi de rassembler les énergies du financement participatif pour réunir le budget de sa destination pilote, la SLOVENIE, afin d’aller ultérieurement à la rencontre de sources de financements plus institutionnalisées. “L’idée de cette démarche c’est de revenir ensuite vers le système sélectif avec un message fort: Voilà ce que nous pouvons faire sans vous. Imaginez ce que cela donnera avec vous !“(JPh Agnese)

Pour participer aujourd’hui à la construction du monde de demain, rendez-vous sur http://igg.me/at/pwh. FP aime cette belle initiative, et vous ?

Par FP.

Painting With Happiness - Teaser

Maladie de Crohn - partie 1

Crohn’s disease, what is it? – Part 1

It was long thought that stress could trigger seizures. However, studies to date tend to refute this hypothesis. This chronic inflammatory disease of the digestive system is named after the person who first described in 1932 the American surgeon Burril B. Crohn. It mainly by attacks of abdominal pain and diarrhea, which can last several weeks or months. Fatigue, weight loss and malnutrition can occur even if it is not supported correctly with treatments in support.

There are claimed some cases, non-gastrointestinal symptoms that affect the skin, joints and even the eyes. In many respects, it may be confused with another common inflammatory bowel disease: ulcerative colitis. Besides doctors use to distinguish different criteria. It is established that ulcerative colitis affects only a segment delimited rectum and colon. However, Crohn’s disease can affect other parts of the digestive tract: the mouth to the intestines, sometimes leaving healthy areas. In some cases it is impossible to distinguish them; we then speak of affection “indeterminate colitis.” The first patient with whom I discussed the subject tells me it is 20 cm from the tip of his intestine damaged and currently it is under treatment with PENTASA.

Although it is an inflammation of the digestive tract from the mouth to the anus, most often, Crohn’s disease moved to the junction of the small intestine and colon (large intestine). This treatment requires close monitoring against the possible side effects and their negative impact on the kidneys. There is a period during which this patient was put on steroids. She insists elsewhere; on the side effects of some treatments. She has experienced hair loss, nausea, but also prohibits exposure to the sun. She feels much better with its new “UMOREL” treatment that is alternated with infusion every 15 days. Be careful with some treatments she says because doctors often fear that the disease progresses in acute pancreatitis. Therefore, they are very cautious when proposing certain medical solutions. A phrase often returns, according to the patients interviewed in this respect: it is invisible! She puts on the nerves (by pain experienced). Most of these people claim that it is a real change of life socially. One of them told me that she is often prone to strokes, very great fatigue, stomach pain, spasms and also bouts of diarrhea besides joint pain. This is a very heavy burden according to its level of development disease. In terms of diet, the pain is such that people are afraid to eat. It is through knowledge of the disease that we manage to understand and make your own diet. Of course at first, there are basic prohibitions recommended by doctors. In the case of the patient, for example, the doctor had forbidden him the fruits and vegetables. Over time, she learned to identify foods that she could endure such as tomatoes, bananas and, depending on the period, peaches, oranges. While peas, beans did not pass at all she would say. In his case, it is a hereditary, his grandmother was reached. They cut him a part of the intestine at one to ask him a pocket time. The disease can progress in this case to a bowel cancer. This was not the case and she died of other causes.

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By Aissatou KOUROUMA

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