Method of calculating popularity and how to use it.
On Instagram the popularity of a particular hashtag is equal to the frequency of its use.
The frequency of use is the number of posts on Instagram with a specific hashtag.
It follows from this that the popularity of a set of hashtags is the total number of posts of all hashtags included in the set.
The more popular a hashtag set is, the more likes and followers you can get from it.
At the same time, the more popular a set of hashtags, the faster you have to add it to the description of the post or comment to it, because the feed of hashtags is chronological and posts on more popular hashtags quickly replace each other at the top of the feed.
How to understand and use color codes (red, orange, yellow)?
- Red - High popularity - More than 10,000,000.
- Orange - Average popularity - More than 1,000,000 and less than 10,000,000.
- Yellow - Low popularity - Less than 1,000,000.
The pH scale measures how acidic or basic(alkaline) a substance is. The pH scale ranges from 0 to 14. A pH of 7 is neutral A pH less than 7 is acidic A pH greater than 7 is alkaline A healthy skin pH is between 4 and 5.5(slightly acidic)- this way skin maintains its barrier best. Therefore, when choosing skincare products we must be careful not to disrupt this natural pH of skin. The acid mantle is an effective form of protection, but if your pH level is too alkaline or too acidic, the mantle is disturbed and skin conditions such as Dermatitis Eczema Rosacea may result. Too alkaline products, such as soap or baking soda, cause the skin to become more alkaline, thus dry and flaky. Over-cleansing, over-exfoliating and alkaline cleansers can disrupt the skin acid mantle as well.(Cleansers should also be a bit acidic, as skin is). Using too acidic products(usually it s food), such as lemon(2-2.3 pH) or, contrary to popular belief, apple cider vinegar(which pH can vary from 3 to 4) can cause skin irritation and even more severe damage, such as chemical burns. As good as some fancy food on your face may sound, remember- FOOD IS NOT SKINCARE! It is not formulated in a laboratory to have a proper pH, not tested and researched to be applied on skin, and if it won t damage it, it certainly won t be beneficial as well!- Skin just wouldn t be able to absorb it(it s impossible for stuff to penetrate skin if it s not properly formulated to have a molecule size which will be able to do it- other way we wouldn t have to EAT food, but just could slap a slice of pizza on our face and wait till it s absorbed). So leave all the food goodies for your stomach, not the surface of your skin- do your skin barrier a favor;).
#1, @feelinmyskin, 2018.06.12, ♥ 385
Now that we know that a healthy skin is slightly acidic(pH of 4- 5.5) and thus is not dry, provides a good lipid barrier and can fight the bacteria, in order to keep it that way we should avoid using too acidic or too alkaline skincare products on a daily basis.(Strong acid peels may be a good idea for you, but overdoing them may seriously disrupt your acid mantle) But let s talk about a more common skincare item- our cleanser, something we use at least once a day. In order for it to work properly with your acid mantle, a good cleanser must be at the same pH range as the skin, preferably somewhere near 5.5. Yes, using a basic soap with 9- 11 pH or another alkaline cleanser will make your skin more alkaline and consequently dry and sensitive. A good way to check your cleanser s pH is by using pH strips: Mix cleanser with a bit of water in your hand Gently press the testing side of the strip into the mixture so that the strip is saturated with product. Compare the color of your pH testing strips to the guide on the package to determine your cleanser s pH If pH is 7 and lower, congratulations, it s neutral to low pH and likely to be much gentler on your skin barrier than if it is higher than 7. If your cleanser is higher than 7, consider changing it to a more acidic one for the sake of your skin health. P.S. You can purchase pH strips at drug stores, health food stores, or online and make this little experiment at home:).
#2, @feelinmyskin, 2018.06.18, ♥ 355
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#3, @_aubreyhawkins, 2018.03.16, ♥ 54
#4, @gigliola_makeup, 2018.06.28, ♥ 51
What you eat and drink has alot to do with your over all health as well as the health of your hair! An acid-alkaline balance matters to you is because it directly impacts your state of health. An acidic environment is considered the perfect setting for illness and disease to thrive in. It also creates a harsh environment for anything to grow. Like hair, and for new cells to generate.
#5, @fancielocs, 2018.03.09, ♥ 45
If you are not familiar with this, become familiar. This is something they didn t teach us well in school. I be going LIVE Sunday Night PM CST to share some value on it
#6, @dannyvroque, 2018.02.10, ♥ 30