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Health / 8 Best Slimming Tea, Coffee And Supplements In Nigeria by mercie08: 5:30pm On Oct 11, 2017
There are a ton of Slimming teas, beverages and supplements on the market these days but just a handful are actually effective and good for your health. Weight loss and weight management using coffees, teas and supplements is usually the easier option for a lot of people but finding the ones that actually work gets a bit tricky.

An effective slimming tea or supplement should –

help to increase the rate at which the body burns fat
suppress appetite
improve metabolism
detoxify
boost energy levels and
not have any health threatening side effects.
Some very effective and safe weight-loss beverages and supplements easily found in Nigeria include:

1. SlimTea 28 Days Detox
This tea is a very popular slimming tea in Nigeria for a good reason.

It is made from 100% natural ingredients and aids weight loss by increasing metabolism, suppressing appetite & reducing food cravings. It also accelerates fat burning & the rate of calorie expenditure. Enjoy its mild and pleasant taste while shedding the excess pounds with ease.

2. CHINA DIETER BRAND Foojoy Wuyi Mt. Oolong Tea
Oolong tea is famous as a weight loss tea that significantly reduces body fat, speeds up metabolism and blocks fat building enzymes. It helps to maintain a healthy weight while building a healthy immune system, improving digestion and lowering cholesterol.

In addition to its numerous benefits, it also regulates blood sugar levels, reducing your cravings and blocking the absorption of dietary fat thereby preventing obesity even when on a high-fat diet.

See all >>>> http://allessentials.com.ng/best-slimming-tea-coffee-weight-loss-nigeria/

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Phones / 10 Best Android Phones In Nigeria 2017 by mercie08: 10:22pm On Oct 03, 2017
Choosing the best Android phone in 2017 can prove to be a daunting task. Smartphone companies are churning out new Phones with new technology everyday that keep users dazzled and wanting more. From high hardware performance to increased software capability, greater speed to just more aesthetically pleasing features, android phones are getting more popular and appealing.

To help you pick the right Android phone, we have compiled a list of the best Android Phones with great features in 2017 you can get easily get in Nigeria.

1. SAMSUNG GALAXY S8
Samsung galaxy s8 is the top Android phone on our list and the world right now. It is sleek with an almost bezel-less display (with ~83.6% screen-to-body ratio), the screen takes almost all the room on the display.

Its performance is top-notch with high speed owing to its 2.3GHz quad + 1.7GHz quad 64-bit processor. The Samsung galaxy s8 features a new iris scanner for locking and unlocking your phone with your eyes.

It however has a high price point and the battery life would not last beyond a day.

Specifications

Screen Size: 8 inches (~83.6% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution: 1440 x 2960 pixels (~570 ppi pixel density)
Dimensions: 9 x 68.1 x 8 mm (5.86 x 2.68 x 0.31 in)
SIM: Single SIM (Nano-SIM) or Hybrid Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
Operating System: Android 7.0 (Nougat)
Processor: Exynos 8895 Octa – EMEA
Memory: 64 GB, 4 GB RAM, microSD, up to 256 GB
Camera: 12 MP Primary Camera, 8 MP Front Camera
Battery: Non-removable Li-Ion 3500 mAh battery, Up to 20 h (3G) Talktime
Price Range in Nigeria: ₦ 220,000 – ₦ 240,000


2. HTC U11
Get the best Sound experience with the HTC 10’s successor, the HTC U11. A device with a simple design but with a liquid glass surface on the rear panel that makes it shiny and eye-catching.

It comes with a new feature – “Edge sense” which allows you to launch specific apps by squeezing the edges. The Performance and speed of the U11 is note worthy and its camera is one of the best on this list. Its 12 MP camera lets you take beautiful images and its quad-HD LCD display makes for great video quality.

The absence of a 3.5mm headphone jack is a minus some users might not overlook, the need to use a Bluetooth or a compatible adapter is an extra device not very one is willing to carry along all the time .

Specifications:

Screen Size: 5 inches (~71.4% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution: 1440 x 2560 pixels (~534 ppi pixel density)
Dimensions: 9 x 75.9 x 7.9 mm (6.06 x 2.99 x 0.31 in)
SIM: Single SIM (Nano-SIM) or Hybrid Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
Operating System: Android 7.1 (Nougat)
Processor: Qualcomm MSM8998 Snapdragon 835
Memory: 64 GB, 4 GB RAM or 128 GB, 6 GB RAM. microSD, up to 256 GB
Camera: 12 MP Primary, 16 MP Secondary
Battery: Non-removable Li-Ion 3500 mAh battery, Up to 336 h (3G) Talktime
5mm jack: NO
Price range in Nigeria: ₦ 253,999 – ₦ 270,000


3. GOOGLE PIXEL XL
This smartphone from the Tech giant, Google did not disappoint. The Google Pixel XL has one of the best cameras on the market right now, rivaling the cameras of the iPhone7 and samsung galaxy s7; it can take stunning pictures and selfies even in low light.

Its performance is smooth, powered by Snapdragon 821 CPU, 4GB RAM and running on Android 7.1 (Nougat). The new AI assistant competes fairly with iPhone’s siri and it has long lasting batteries and fast charging.

It’s lack of expansible storage can be deal breaker, also dust and water resistance rating is just IP53, it is not as water-proof as the rest on the list.



Specifications:

Screen Size: 5 inches (~71.2% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution: 1440 x 2560 pixels (~534 ppi pixel density)
Dimensions: 7 x 75.7 x 8.5 mm (6.09 x 2.98 x 0.33 in)
SIM: Nano-SIM
Operating System: Android 7.1 (Nougat)
Processor: Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 821
Memory: 32/128 GB, 4 GB RAM. No memory card slot
Camera: 3 Primary Camera, 8 MP Front Camera
Battery: Non-removable Li-Ion 3450 mAh battery, Up to 32 h (3G) Talktime

See all >>> http://allessentials.com.ng/best-android-phones-nigeria-2017/

Food / Best Smoothie Makers And Blenders In Nigeria by mercie08: 3:04am On Sep 20, 2017
Designated Smoothie makers are essential for their ease of use, practicality and performance. Great quality should be a top factor to be considered when purchasing a smoothie maker as the crushing work they perform make them prone to breaking and wear.

For a healthy lifestyle, weight loss purposes or just for the delicious taste of smoothies, the 10 best smoothie makers and blenders you can get in Nigeria are listed:

1. NUTRIBULLET NUTRITION EXTRACTOR AND SMOOTHIE MAKER – PRO 900

2. BREVILLE BLEND-ACTIVE SMOOTHIE MAKER

3. BLACK & DECKER SMOOTHIE MAKER AND KITCHEN BLENDER

4. KENWOOD SMOOTHIE 2GO

5. MORPHY RICHARDS EASY BLEND SMOOTHIE MAKER

See all with their prices >>>> http://allessentials.com.ng/best-smoothie-makers-blenders-nigeria/

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Fashion / 10 Best Deep Conditioners For Natural Hair In Nigeria by mercie08: 3:23am On Sep 02, 2017
Deep Conditioners are an essential product for all Naturals, as soon as you discover its immense benefits to your Natural Hair Health, you will never enjoy a wash day without one ever again. The right deep conditioner with the perfect blend of ingredients softens and repairs hair, restores shine, intensely moisturizes hair and reduces breakage thus aiding length retention.

1. SUNNY ISLE JAMAICAN BLACK CASTOR OIL INTENSIVE REPAIR MASQUE
This deep conditioner tops the list for a reason. Packed with natural ingredients, it works wonders for all hair types and textures.

Infused with 100% pure Jamaican Black Castor Oil, Wheat Protein, Safflower Oil, Coconut Oil, Grape Seed Oil and Linseed Oil, it stimulates hair growth, hydrates hair from root to tip, repairs badly damaged hair, minimizes breakage by 50% and promotes scalp health.

2. SHEA MOISTURE JAMAICAN BLACK CASTOR OIL STRENGTHEN GROW & RESTORE TREATMENT MASQUE
This deep conditioning masque restores strength and resilience to damaged, brittle or chemically processed hair. Perfect for use in Natural, Chemically Processed, Color Treated or Heat Styled Hair.

It contains Jamaican Black Castor Oil with Shea Butter, Peppermint, and Keratin to helps promote growth, reducing the appearance of breakage and shredding. Leaves hair soft, manageable and shiny.

3. TGIN HONEY MIRACLE HAIR MASK
Bring your Natural hair back to life with this Miracle Hair Mask. Made with Raw Honey, it deeply moisturizes you hair, making it softer and shinier.

It also contains Olive oil and Jojoba oil which nourish and drastically reduce shedding breakage to promote length retention. It smoothens the hair's cuticle reducing frizz, and reduces flakiness and dry itchy scalp.

4. THE MANE CHOICE GREEN TEA & CARROT DEEP STRENGTHENING & RESTORATIVE MASK TREATMENT
Formulated with biotin, green tea, carrot oil and great slip, this deep treatment penetrates the hair shaft and infuse your hair with high-quality vitamins and nutrients to improve your hair health.

It promotes growth and retention while hydrating and & moisturizing your hair. It works to repair damage and minimize breakage by strengthening and improving the elasticity of your hair. It also softens hair and makes it a lot more manageable.

5. WE NATURALS HIBISCUS HONEY NOURISHING HAIR MASK
The cheapest of the list but still as effective. It contains hibiscus which has moisturizing properties that help to revitalize the hair. It also contains Raw honey which is great for promoting healthy scalp and roots.

It hydrates your strands to improve texture and alleviates breakage. Formulated with Shea Butter, Aloe Vera Juice, Coconut Milk, Jojoba Oil, Avocado Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil to help smoothen and protect the hair shaft giving you shinier hair and luxurious tresses.

See all Here: http://allessentials.com.ng/best-deep-conditioners-natural-hair-nigeria/

Fashion / How To Make Natural Hair Soft - 8 Step Regimen For Soft Natural Hair by mercie08: 6:13pm On Jul 21, 2016
[size=14pt]Dry natural hair is a struggle every Naturalista is accustomed to due to the curly or coily nature of African strands and with that dryness comes the difficulty of hair manaipulation and frustration. Natural hair feels hard and coarse when it is lacking moisture. Well hydrated, nourished and conditioned natural hair is very soft and manageable. If you are struggling with hard and "stubborn" natural hair, the solution to your problem is MOISTURE. The need for moisture in every naturalista's hair journey CANNOT be overemphasized.

The best way to get the most moisture into your hair in your hair regimen is to get as much moisture as possible into your hair on your wash day and adding moisture on subsequent days as the need arises.

A very successful and hydrating wash day should follow these 8 very simple steps:
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1. Prepoo
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[size=14pt]To prepoo is to coat your hair for a period of time (about 30mins or overnight) on wash days with an oil, a mixture of oils or a DIY deep treatment prior to cleansing depending on the needs of your hair. This will help to minimize the stripping effect of shampoo-ing so you don't lose all the oils and nutrients from your hair. Use oils that penetrate the hair shaft like coconut oil for best results. [/size]

[size=18pt]2. Clarify[/size]

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[size=14pt]Clarify to remove product buildup; dirt and heavy layers of products on hair do not allow moisture in. Most Naturals choose to cowash in between shampoo washes and some completely remove the shampoo from their regimen because of the stripping effect of shampoo that leaves your hair dry.

If you chose to not use shampoo, there are other very effective and recommended options that leave your hair soft. For example, using a mixture of bentonite clay and apple cider vinegar to detoxify your scalp and cleanse your hair, or a mixture of apple cider vinegar and water to clarify your scalp in between cowashes. These work well to keep your hair clean without losing as much moisture as shampoo-ing. If you must use a shampoo howerver, ensure you use a sulphate free Shampoo or African Black Soap mixes.
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[size=18pt]3. Detangle[/size]

[size=14pt]Liberally use a rinse out conditioner with good slip to detangle. An exmple of a good conditioner that does wonders for detangling and moisture is the Herbal Essences Hello Hydration moisturizing conditioner, It has amazing slip, imparts moisture and is a very inexpensive option.[/size]

[size=18pt]4. Deep Condition[/size]

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[size=14pt]Always use a deep conditioner afterwards for extra moisture, use especially with heat. Steaming opens up the hair cuticles allowing the goodness of your deep conditioner in and moisture penetrate into your hair. If you have low porosity hair, deep conditioning with heat is not optional for optimal moisture.[/size]

[size=14pt]Learn more about Hair Porosity here and how you can improve your Natural hair[/size]

[size=14pt]Rinse with cool water to close the cuticles; smooth cuticles make for shiny hair.[/size]

[size=18pt]5. Lock in Moisture[/size]

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[size=14pt]For extra coarse and very dry hair, use the LOCS variant of the LOC method.

[color=teal]Liquid (L)+ Oil (O)+ Cream (C)+ Sealant (S)


Never skip the water based leave in conditioner, it is imperative to keeping your hair conditioned and soft, a great choice is the Cantu shea butter leave in conditioning repair cream. Follow it up with a penetrating oil like coconut oil or olive oil; then a cream to keep all the moisture locked. To keep that moisture extra locked especially for high porosity hair, add another layer of sealant, use heavy oils like the Jamaican Black Castor Oil or Sheabutter, a little goes a long way, a lot leaves you with greasy hair.
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[size=14pt]7. Lastly, stretch your hair out in twists, braids or threads to dry, prefarably without heat or style as desired.

8. After wash day, ensure you moisturise daily or as often as your hair gets dry, use a water spritz containing water and your favorite penetrating oils or a water based product to moisturize, and always seal with a heavy oil/cream.

Practising all of the above will take your hair from dry and britle to soft and manageable and that hard hair you are challenged with will be a thing of the past.
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[size=14pt]source: www.napturalnigerians.com[/size]

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TV/Movies / Re: What Series Are You Watching Now? Part 2 by mercie08: 6:04pm On Jul 21, 2016
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