“People say, ‘It’s just your hair,’ but it’s not just your hair. You become an adult that feels that they’re not good enough and that projects into every part of your life.” – Simonne Solarsh
The Coronavirus pandemic has affected every continent and taken the lives of over half a million people worldwide. Currently, there is no cure. The care that Covid-19 patients receive is based on treating the symptoms of influenza and respiratory diseases. A Stellenbosch-based physician’s research may explain why these treatments haven’t been effective.
Collagen supplements are becoming increasingly popular, especially because of their anti-ageing properties. Did you know that collagen can also improve hair health? Here is everything you need to know about collagen:
King-Online recently got a few tips from Virgin Active personal trainer Sam Xulu on how to stay healthy during lockdown with her top 5 full-body home exercises.
Starting a family is a joyous occasion where partners plan to expand their families. Careful consideration goes into when you are ready and you mentally, financially and physically prepare for it. Most pregnancies are a cause for joy, making it easy to know what to say when you hear the announcement. But what if the person who’s pregnant is unmarried, feels she’s too young, too old, or has too many children already? What if this baby interrupts school, a career, or simply comes when life seems tough enough? In some more common occasions pregnancies occur and are unplanned.
We all would like some help here and there, and without getting too complicated, we have outline foods and drinks known to get the juices flowing so you can enjoy a great sex with your significant or other.
Have you ever thought to yourself: “If only I had known, I wouldn’t be in this situation?”
We all replay past moments and think how we could have handled them. Were you to scared of what others would say? Did you not have access to what you needed?
Think you could be pregnant, but you are not completely sure? Consider a test: Buy pregnancy test online.
King Online has slowly yet surely evolved into a trusted name for all your intimate needs here in South Africa. Our team continues to work tirelessly to ensure our selection features everything you could ever need to keep your personal life safeguarded 24/7.
Most women know of the term “Menstrual Cup”, but are afraid to use it. Why? Well, it’s just so different from the traditional pads and tampons we’re used to and have been utilizing for years. Right? However, did you know that a menstrual cup has been proven to be more hygienic than tampons and pads? They’re healthy, eco-friendly, reusable, and completely safe and sanitary.
The Clearblue pregnancy test provides accurate results in as little as 1 minute. The revolutionary design is
the result of in-depth research with forward-thinking women. The design even won an award. Forget
cumbersome pregnancy tests that often provide inaccurate results. Clearblue features an ergonomic shape
that’s easy to handle, and of course, far more hygienic thanks to its longer, curved-shaped handle.
Its tip is also 50% wider than conventional pregnancy tests, with powerful color-changing technology that
goes from white to pink to let you know whether you’ve performed the test correctly. Just like other tests,
simply hold it in your urine stream or dip it in a pre-made sample. Wait for about a minute, and await the
Apple cider vinegar is the most popular type of vinegar in the natural health community. It is claimed to lead to all sorts of benefits, many of which are supported by science. This includes weight loss, reduced cholesterol, lower blood sugar levels and improved symptoms of diabetes. It is also an ancient folk remedy, and has been used for various household and cooking purposes.
HIV is one of the most dreaded words in the world – a virus that is a particularly prominent health concern in
South Africa. It is believed that we have the highest number of people living with HIV worldwide, with an
estimated 5,700,000 South Africa living with HIV/AIDS. That’s just under 12% of the South African