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Black Mascara – Why women like black over other colors

When it comes to choosing a particular color for your mascara, not many are going to be as popular as the color black. In fact, making use of black mascara is probably something that women pretty much do on a regular basis. But, be warned that if you don’t naturally have black eyelashes, then the color of your mascara shouldn’t be black either. In fact, using black in this case might end up making your entire appearance look fake, which is something that you would ideally want to avoid.

Things to keep in mind about black mascara

When applied in the right manner and for the right person, black mascara really looks phenomenal. In fact, you might be amazed with the results, as this kind of mascara is usually the kind that is preferred by most women owing to its rich appearance and relative ease in removal. If you don’t apply it correctly, there are chances of smudging that can affect your appearance. Also, you should be careful about removing and avoid getting it inside your eye, as much as possible. Most people don’t realize how dangerous it can be until much later on, when they develop problems and complications.

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Even when applying, follow a simple system to get it right. This would be to apply it on your top lashes first and then move over to the bottom lashes. By gently using the tip of the brush, give your eyes a deserving rich coating to make sure that the black mascara looks as good as possible.

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A review on sitagliptin in the management of type 2 diabetes has been published in the American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, covering the following: • Pharmacology • Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics • Clinical efficacy • Safety • Dosage and administration • Special populations • Pharmacoeconomics • Place in therapy The authors summarise: “Sitagliptin is a DPP4 inhibitor shown to increase insulin release and decrease glucagon levels by preventing the inactivation of the incretin hormones GLP-1 and GIP. The clinical trials reviewed have demonstrated that sitagliptin, either alone or in combination with metformin or thiazolidinediones, is effective in reducing HbA1c values, FPG levels, and two-hour PPG levels in patients with type 2 diabetes. Sitagliptin should be considered as monotherapy or in combination with metformin or thiazolidinediones for patients with type 2 diabetes who have been unable to attain the target HbA1c value. Sitagliptin is generally well tolerated in clinical trials, with the rate of adverse events being similar to placebo and a low frequency of hypoglycemia. The addition of sitagliptin to a patient’s oral antidiabetic regimen would necessitate close monitoring for adverse events and possible drug interactions. At the present time, no ongoing trials are evaluating the effects of sitagliptin on preventing microvascular and macrovascular conditions. Further clinical and pharmacoeconomic studies are needed to assess sitagliptin’s cost-effectiveness, long-term tolerability, and efficacy”. More...

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