Summer is approaching and temperatures are rising, but what is also increasing is our desire to feel as safe as possible by wearing shorts, bikinis or miniskirts.
The transition from winter to spring can be difficult for skin, hair and nails. From the dryness that the cold causes, to the increase in temperatures that generate more fat, this added to the confinement in which we find ourselves, can trigger acne problems, eczema, hair loss, brittle nails, etc.
The mask has become one more element of our lives. Its protection is essential as a tool to face the virus, but its continued use has caused us significant problems in the complexion. If you want to counteract these problems in the face, at Q77+ we are happy to provide you with the best essential tips for you to face and optimize your skin against the negative effects of the constant use of masks.
Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a perennial plant of the Zingiveraceae family, which its rhizome is used as a medicine and as a food seasoning in different places, because it has many health benefits. Ginger root has been used for centuries as a very effective aid for digestion. But this flowering plant, native from the Far East, it is also a popular aphrodisiac used by cultures around the world. Some of the aphrodisiac properties attributed to this root are: - Obtaining larger and longer lasting erections - Maximum pleasure and intensified orgasms - Increased sexual desire and energy - Increasing resistance and staying power - Increased sexual confidence - Experiencing vitality and maximum performance
https://www.instagram.com/q77plus/?hl=esQ77+ launches the new TONING CLEANSER GEL, a product that cleans and tones in depth in a simple step. This refreshing cleansing gel renews the skin impeccably and removes excess fat and impurities that clog the pores, while refining its texture by gentle exfoliation with vibration. Read this article to learn more about how it works and its innovative ingredients.
Although black pepper is widely known as a very common ingredient in all cuisines, thanks to its gastronomic properties and its versatility to spice up numerous meals, many do not know that it also contains certain substances that are very beneficial to health. One of its main nutrients is piperine, better known as bioperin or piperine.