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Best BB Face Creams 2022

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With the advent of BB creams, many began to change their tonal foundations to this tool: it also masks imperfections. It corrects complexion, and at the same time, it also cares for the skin, improving its condition and allowing you to get rid of blemishes. It is used daily and determines the quality of makeup, so the chosen BB cream must be perfect, which applies to both the decorative and the care side.

 

Why do you need a BB Cream? 

The deciphering of two Bs in the name of this cream explains everything: it is blemish balm, which translates as “balm against imperfections” (what is the difference between BB and CC cream, we told here). This explains everything - the tool helps achieve perfect skin and works for this in two directions.

 

Firstly, the texture of the cream contains pigments that create an even tonal coverage on the skin and hide imperfections like redness and dark circles under the eyes. Secondly, the BB cream contains components that care for the skin: moisturize it, nourish it, soothe inflamed areas, and protect it from UV rays and other aggressive environmental factors.

 

Thus, the imperfections that the BB cream is designed to hide gradually disappear on their own - the tool solves external and inside problems.

 

BB creams often come in several shades that adapt to the skin tone. You can also choose the right option for your skin type: when BB creams gained popularity, they began to be produced in different formats and with different textures so that everyone could find the best product for themselves.

 

You can read about the best makeup bases here.

 

What is the difference between corrector, concealer, and BB cream?

Some helpful information, so you don't confuse these tools. Concealers are designed to mask minor skin imperfections. The concealer is applied around the eyes. The corrector is used all over the face. The first has a light, reflective texture and lies under the foundation.

 

Do you need BB cream? Makeup artists disagree: some believe this is a new marketing move, and someone has seriously revised their professional set. One thing is essential: your face needs hydration. And if you want to combine it with the direct application of foundation, BB cream will come in handy.

 

Top 10 BB creams

 

10. Maybelline BB Cream Dream Satin Hydrating SPF 30

The manufacturer of the legendary decorative cosmetics could not stay away from BB creams - and made Dream Satin suitable for most skin types! Aloe extract is universal. It nourishes and moisturizes regardless of the season. A decisive SPF-30 factor allows you to stay in the sun for a long time. The texture is light, absorbed in 1-2 minutes.

 

9. GARNIER BB cream moisturizer SPF15

Garnier offers five shades of BB cream at once - choose the one that suits you best. Caffeine is declared in the composition. This ingredient perfectly tones the skin. In addition to it, there is grapefruit extract, hyaluronic acid, and antioxidants. Such a “vitamin cocktail” will take care of your health while decorative cosmetics remain on your face. The cream has a light texture and absorbs quickly. Bloggers note the lifting effect.

 

8. "BB" Cream SPF 50 by Kiehl's

With only one necessary amendment: in summer, more intense sun protection is needed from type A and type B rays (UVA and UVB). So if you have fair skin, it is better to choose a BB cream with SPF 50. Kiehl’s has one, for example.

 

It has excellent abilities both in skincare and in masking imperfections. The tool is distinguished by a useful composition, which can improve the quality of the skin. Therefore, there is an instant softening and smoothing effect and a long-term impact - with regular use of the cream, the skin condition noticeably improves: the tone evens out, and it becomes fresh and toned.

 

 

This product contains hyaluronic acid. It penetrates the epidermis layers, providing a leveling of relief and even smoothing wrinkles (with prolonged use). The manufacturer focuses on the absence of fragrances and parabens. BB cream is suitable for sensitive and allergy-prone skin. In addition to toning and a matte effect, there is nutrition - due to vitamins A, E, and F.

 

7. Holika Holika Petit BB Moisturizing Cream SPF30

Talking about BB creams without mentioning Korean cosmetics is an omission, so our rating includes a product from Holika Holika. Active ingredients - salicylate and glycerin - fight irritation, and remove skin flaking. The tool "does not roll" when applied, and hyaluronic acid provides moisture for 12 hours. Thanks to SPF-30, the cream is suitable for sun-prone skin.

 

6. Missha Perfect Cover BB Cream SPF42

Another Korean BB face cream, its “highlight,” is a decisive sun protection factor (SPF 42). The manufacturer promises whitening, matting effect, and even lifting; according to bloggers, it's all there. The product is recommended for "age" skin. Hyaluronic acid, collagen, and ceramides will maintain tone even under a solid layer of cosmetics!

 

5. La Roche-Posay Hydreane BB Cream for Sensitive Skin SPF20

Shea butter (shea butter) and vitamin E carefully care for the face while the product performs its primary function - toning imperfections. The cream is labeled "hypoallergenic / non-comedogenic," so make-up artists recommend it for problem skin. SPF is weak (20), and Hydreane BB is more suitable for evening make-up. The light perfume smell is not irritating and harmonizes with most perfumes.

 

4. L'Oreal Paris BB cream WULT color-correcting foundation

The “tonal” mark on this face cream means a more prosperous and denser texture. The composition contains vitamins of groups B and E, which means nutrition. Thanks to the liquid surface, the prod easily squeezeseeze out of the tuand be, the application takes only 1-2 minutes. SPF-20 protection is suitable for dark, sun-resistant skin.

 

3. BB C'est Magic by L'Oréal Paris

For girls with dry skin, hydration comes first. A versatile moisturizer that can be worn no matter the season is L'Oréal Paris' BB C'est Magic. The cream will ensure that the skin tone is even - with its help, you can create a flawless base for your make-up or self-coverage.

 

In both cases, it will only change the skin's condition for the better. So, fig extract in the composition will provide 24-hour hydration. Antioxidant ingredients help in protecting the skin from premature aging; the same benefit is from SPF 20. In general, they promise L’Oréal Paris that after a week of application, you will notice improvements in the general condition of the skin.

 

2. Effaclar from La Roche-Posay

Owners of problematic skin are among the first and foremost recipients of BB creams because, in addition to an even tone, they are aimed at controlling that same blemish (imperfections). Indeed, with problem skin, in our opinion, it is worth giving preference to a prophylactic BB cream. Especially for problem skin, they are produced by brands specializing in the care of such skin, especially for problem skin. For example, you can find the best option for Effaclar from La Roche-Posay.

 

It does not offer an abundance of shades, but it allows you to solve the main problem of skin prone to imperfections: it hides and prevents traces of post-acne and has a preventive effect, helping to get rid of rashes. As part of salicylic and lipo hydroxy acids, which even out the skin texture and prevent clogging of pores, a fashionable component of niacinamide, moisturizes and soothes the skin.

 

1. Top Secrets Ultra Moisture Glow by Yves Saint Laurent Beauté

Among the valuable properties of this remedy, the most powerful is moisturizing: the formula relieves dryness for 24 hours, leaving no chance for the skin to remain dull, devoid of radiance and “life.” Reflective particles in the cream also enhance the effect.

 

Thanks to them, you can forget about mixing foundation with highlighter - Top Secrets Ultra Moisture Glow combines both products. It evens out the tone, allowing you to hide imperfections and give the skin a flawless look. The result will remain for a long time - for this purpose. The formula contains particular fixing components. And caring ingredients with each use of the cream improve the skin's condition.

 

 

How to choose a BB cream: sharing the nuances

 

BB face cream translates as Blemish Balm, i.e., "healing." A modern tool is suitable for dealing with small pimples and as a base for make-up. New active components have appeared, and the beneficial effect has increased. What to look for when choosing?

 

Look for the label "for skin type." Even moisturizers vary by skin type. Dry "asks" for nutrition and hydration, oily - control of sebum release. Chamomile, Aloe Vera will soothe sensitive skin. And no parabens, of course!

 

Don't forget about SPF filters. BB-cream for the face is planned to be applied under daytime makeup, so take care of sun protection. If you are prone to burning, choose a high SPF (greater than 30). The same applies to freckles - if you do not strive for maximum naturalness.

 

Apply a tester before buying. You can only understand how the skin will react to the product after application. The most sensitive place is in the crook of the elbow, but the store may not appreciate the rolled-up sleeves. Therefore, apply the product on the wrist and wait 3-5 minutes. If the composition contains an allergic component, slight redness/irritation will appear.

 

Hyaluronic acid is the best moisturizer. It contains enzymes that are involved in the renewal of epidermal cells. In addition, they retain natural moisture on the surface of the skin. BB cream with hyaluronic acid is ideal for those with a tendency to peel.

 

You can read about the best makeup bases here.

 

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Internet marketing is the promotion of goods and services through online services. Depending on the size of the business and the niche they occupy, entrepreneurs use different channels, ranging from PPC to blogging, where they share useful content. For example, they show how-to videos to promote brand products naturally.


Unlike traditional advertising in newspapers, television, radio, banners, billboards, posters, Internet marketing functions online.


It provides powerful lead generation and communication tools to interact with your audience, measure engagement and brand loyalty. Popular internet marketing channels include email marketing, PPC, SMM, instant messengers, chat bots, web push notifications, and search engine optimization.


Today, mastering the skills of working in Internet marketing is a must for every entrepreneur. Read on with Bemorepanda to find out 40 interesting facts about internet marketing.


1. In three years, the number of social media users has grown by more than 12%. In 2017, there were 2.46 billion, and now it is 2.77 billion.


2. 81% of marketers find that their audience grows if they invest at least 6 hours a week in social media marketing.


3. Infographics are shared on social media and get 3x more likes than any other type of content. On average in the world in B2B, the most popular social networks are LinkedIn (82%), Twitter (66%), YouTube (64%), Facebook (41%) and SlideShare (38%).


5. 71% of users who have a positive social media experience with a brand are likely to recommend it to others.


6. Top brands have a 4.21% follower engagement rate on Instagram, 58 times higher than Facebook and 120 times higher than Twitter.


7. Twitter has 336 million monthly active users, Facebook 2.27 billion, Instagram 1 billion, and LinkedIn 500 million.


8. On social networks, people spend an average of 2 hours 15 minutes a day.


9. Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp are the main messengers for messaging, with over 50% of users using either one or the other.


10. Snapchat is the most popular among Gen Z - 38% use it regularly.


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11. Instagram Stories is used by over 400 million people every month.


12. Every month brands exchange with users more than 2 billion messages. 45.8% of people prefer to contact the business via messaging rather than email.


13. More than 90% of marketers using a social media influencer strategy find it successful.


The number of sales directly depends on the website loading speed

14. Worldwide e-commerce sales in 2020 are expected to reach $ 3.45 trillion.


15. One second of delay in page load speed can cost you a 7% loss in conversions. Sites on the first page of Google search results load in less than 2000 milliseconds on average.


17. According to Pingdom, the fastest website to date is bhphotovideo.com, followed by hm.com and bestbuy.com, all loading in less than 0.5 seconds.


18. It is estimated that in 2020 about 47.3% of the world's population will make online purchases.


19. Online grocery stores will reach $ 100 billion in revenue by 2025 and will occupy 20% of the total grocery market.


20. Despite the increase in the use of mobile devices, users continue to shop from desktop computers.


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21. At least one in four people will shop online at least once a week. Yet even in the US, only 28% of small businesses sell their products online.


22.71% of shoppers think it's more profitable to shop online than in stores.


23.28% of online shoppers will abandon a purchase if shipping costs are too high.


24. Using product videos can increase purchases by 144%. 25. 47% of all online orders are delivered free of charge.


26. Buyers are willing to spend 30% more on products if the seller offers free shipping.


27. Although the majority of smartphone and tablet owners (68%) tried to make a purchase on their device, two thirds (66%) were unable to complete the purchase due to difficulties encountered during checkout.


28. Every year, people refuse to complete $ 18 billion worth of purchases.


29. The mobile opt-out rate is 97%, compared to 70-75% for desktop computers.


30. The main reasons for cart abandonment are: too high shipping costs, not ready to buy, no location on the list for free shipping, shipping cost information is too late, and websites loading too slowly.


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31. The average age of buyers in B2B is up to 35 years.


32.71% of all buyers start searching for goods and services with general queries without specifying a brand.


Responsive design for any device and your application is vital

33. About 53% of emails are opened by people on mobile devices, while if the subject line of the email is personalized, the probability of opening increases by 25%.


34.70% of users do not like ads on smartphones.


35.89% of time spent on a smartphone is spent on apps, and the remaining 11% on websites.


36. Mobile usage has almost caught up with desktop: 48.2% of all online traffic is on mobile and tablet devices.


Blogs are alive and actively engaging an audience

37. Unlike social media, long blog posts generate 9 times more leads than short ones.


38. The most popular content marketing strategies are blogging (65%), social media (65%) and case studies (64%). In addition, 78% of B2B buyers read case studies while researching a proposal, as well as white papers, watch webinars, download e-books and third-party analytics reports.


39. Blogging continues to be the number one marketing strategy for companies (according to 45% of surveyed marketers).


40. 81% of users trust the information found on blogs. In the US, 61% of shoppers made a purchase based on blog recommendations.


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January 26 is the day of the commemoration of all the victims of the Holocaust, on this occasion Bemorepanda has prepared some hot and worth watching movies about the harsh reality.


Although Europe is thriving, its politicians and writers are worried about death. The mass murder of European civilians between 1930 and 1940 is the point of reference for today's confusing discussions about memory and the cornerstone of European shared ethics. The bureaucracies of Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union turned individual lives into mass deaths, human beings to the point of dying. The Soviets hid their mass shootings in dark forests and falsified the archives of the regions where they starved people to death; the Germans had slave laborers who would bury and burn the bodies of the Jews, victims of huge fires. Auschwitz, generally regarded as the proper or even the most important symbol of the evil caused by mass murder, is, in fact, only the beginning of knowledge, a starting point for a true reckoning with the past, which is only now being shown.


The main reasons why we know something about Auschwitz distort our understanding of the Holocaust: we know about Auschwitz because there were survivors there, and there were survivors because Auschwitz was a concentration camp and a death factory at the same time. These were mostly Western European Jews, because they were usually sent to Auschwitz. After World War II, Jewish Jewish survivors in Western Europe were free to write and publish as they wished, while Eastern European Jews, prisoners behind the Iron Curtain, could not. In the West, memories of the Holocaust could (albeit very slowly) enter historical writing and the public consciousness.


This form of survivor history, for which the works of Primo Levi are the best example, inadequately captures the reality of mass murder. Anne Frank's diary talks about assimilated European Jewish communities, such as the German and Danish communities, whose tragedy, though horrific, was only a small part of the Holocaust. In 1943 and 1944, when most of the crimes took place among Western European Jews, the Holocaust was largely complete. Two-thirds of the Jews killed during the war were already dead by the end of 1942. The main victims, Polish Jews and Soviet Jews, were killed by bullets fired from death nests or by carbon monoxide from internal combustion engines, pumped. in the gas chambers of Treblinka, Belzec and Sobibor in occupied Poland.


1.Leningrad (2009)

The action of the film takes place in November 1941. The city is under a continuous siege, the bombings do not stop, but the most disturbing for the 2,887,000 is the fact that the city was surrounded, completely canceling the connection with the rest of the world.


2.Anne Frank

Died of typhus at the age of 15, just two weeks before the release of the camp, Anne Frank, who could have become a great writer, became the best-known Holocaust victim and the voice of an entire generation.


3.Colditz

In World War II, Officer Jack Rose is taken prisoner in the famous Colditz Castle in Germany. Here, he gathers around him the greatest team of escape specialists, only to find that in the end the greatest betrayal awaits him outside prison.


Auschwitz, as a symbol of the Holocaust, excludes those who were at the center of the historic event. The largest group of Holocaust victims - Orthodox Jews and Yiddish speakers in Poland or, in German vocabulary, Ostjuden - was culturally alienated from Western Europeans, including Jews from Western Europe. To some degree, they continue to be marginalized in the memory of the Holocaust. The Auschwitz-Birkenau death factory was built on the territories now part of Poland, although at the time they were part of the German Reich. Auschwitz is thus associated with modern-day Poland by anyone who visits it, although relatively few Polish Jews and almost no Soviet Jews died there. The two large groups of victims are almost missing from the memorial symbol.


An appropriate view of the Holocaust should place Operation Reinhardt - the killing of Polish Jews in 1942 - at the heart of its history. Polish Jews were the largest Jewish community in the world, and Warsaw was the largest Jewish city. This community was exterminated at Treblinka, Belzec and Sobibor. About 1.5 million Jews were killed in these three places, 780,863 in Treblinka alone. Only a few dozen people survived these death factories. Belzec, although in third place in Holocaust crimes, after Auschwitz and Treblinka, is little known. 434,508 Jews perished in that death factory, and only two or three survived. Another million Polish Jews were killed in other ways, some in Chelmno, Majdanek or Auschwitz, many others shot dead in the eastern half of the country.


All in all, even though the number of Jews killed by bullets was not as high as those killed by gassing, they died of bullets in places forgotten in a hazy memory. The second very important part of the Holocaust is mass shooting in Eastern Poland and the Soviet Union. It began with the shooting of Jewish men by the SS Einsatzgruppen in June 1941, followed by the killing of Jewish women and children in July and the extermination of the entire Jewish community in August and September. At the end of 1941, the Germans (along with local auxiliary troops and Romanian troops) killed one million Jews in the Soviet Union and the Baltic States. It is the equivalent of the total number of Jews killed at Auschwitz during the entire war. By the end of 1942, the Germans (again, with consistent local support) had shot another 700,000 Jews, and the populations of Soviet Jews under their control had ceased to exist.


4.Stalingrad

The plot of the Russian feature film is based on "a dramatic love story, set against the backdrop of a great battle." The action took place in 1942, when German troops occupied the banks of the Volga River.


5.The Devil's Arithmetic

Sixteen-year-old Hannah Stern (Kirsten Dunst, "Spiderman") accompanies her parents to visit Aunt Eva for the Jewish holiday celebration of Passover, but Hannah is uninterested in her uncle's stories of the Holocaust. Reluctantly taking part in the tradition of Seder, she opens the door to prepare for the arrival of the prophet Elijah and is mysteriously transported to Poland in the year 1941.


There were Soviet Jewish witnesses and chroniclers, such as Vasili Grossman. But he, like others, was forbidden to present the Holocaust as a Jewish event. Grossman discovered Treblinka as a journalist with the Red Army in September 1944. Perhaps because he knew what the Germans had done to the Jews in his native Ukraine, he was able to guess what had happened there and wrote a book about it. He called Treblinka a "hell" and placed it at the center of the war and the century. But for Stalin, the mass murder of the Jews was to be seen as the suffering of the "citizens." Grossman helped draw up a Black Paper on German crimes against Soviet Jews, which the Soviet authorities later banned. Stalin erroneously argued that if a particular group suffered especially under German occupation, it was the Russians. Thus, Stalinism obstructed our correct view of Hitler's mass murders.


In short, the Holocaust meant, in order: Operation Reinhardt, the Shoah with Bullets, Auschwitz; or Poland, the Soviet Union, the rest. Of the approximately 5.7 million Jews killed, three million were pre-war Polish citizens and another million were Soviet citizens: taken together, 70% of the total. (After the Soviet and Polish Jews, the next large group of Jews killed were from Romania, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia. If we take them into account, the Eastern European character of the Holocaust becomes even clearer.)


Even this corrected picture of the Holocaust leads to an incomplete sense of the extent of the mass murder policies of Germans in Europe. The "final solution," as the Nazis called it, was at first only one of the extermination projects to be implemented after a victorious war against the Soviet Union. If things went as expected by Hitler, Himmler and Göring, German forces would have implemented a "Hunger Plan" in the Soviet Union in the winter of 1941-1942. While agricultural products from Ukraine and southern Russia were sent to Germany, nearly 30 million people in Belarus, northern Russia and Soviet cities were starved to death. The "famine plan" would have been just a prelude to the "Generalplan Ost", the settlement plan for the western Soviet Union, which aimed to eliminate 50 million people.


6.The Pianist

The Pianist is the true story of a brilliant Polish pianist who, due to his Jewish origins, is forced to lead a fugitive life during the Nazi occupation of Poland in order to escape deportation.


7.Uprising

Using the photo archive of the Warsaw Ghetto, this "interview" by Jon Avnet talks about the memoirs of Marek Edelman and the role he played in the 1943 imprisonment there against the Nazis.


The Germans have succeeded in pursuing certain policies that bear some resemblance to these plans. They expelled half a million non-Jewish Poles from the territories annexed to the Reich. An impatient Himmler ordered the implementation of a first stage of the "Generalplan Ost" in eastern Poland: ten thousand children were killed and one hundred thousand adults were expelled. The Wehrmacht intentionally starved nearly a million people during the siege of Leningrad and another hundred thousand in Ukrainian cities. Nearly three million captured Soviet soldiers starved to death in German camps with prisoners of war. These people were intentionally killed: during the siege of Leningrad, there was a plan and intent to starve people to death. If the Holocaust had not taken place, they would have been called the most horrific war crimes in modern history.


In the actions against the partisans, the Germans probably killed 750,000 people, of which 350,000 in Belarus alone, and a smaller but comparable number in Poland and Yugoslavia. The Germans killed more than a hundred thousand Poles during the suppression of the Warsaw Uprising of 1944. If the Holocaust had not existed, these "reprisals" would have been considered one of the greatest war crimes in history. German occupation policies have killed non-Jewish civilians in other ways, for example, by hard labor in prison camps. Again, most of them came from Poland and the Soviet Union.


The Germans killed just over ten million civilians in the largest mass killings, nearly half of them Jews and half non-Jews. Both Jews and non-Jews came mostly from the same part of Europe. The plan to kill all the Jews was, in essence, realized; the plan to destroy the Slavic populations was only partially implemented. Auschwitz is just an introduction to the Holocaust, and the Holocaust is just a suggestion of Hitler's final plans. Grossman's books - Rhei's Slope and Life and Destiny - rename terror, Nazi and Soviet alike, and remind us that even a full characterization of German mass murder policies is incomplete as a history of European atrocity in the middle of the last century.


8.Der letzte zug

The Last Train is a 2006 German film directed by Joseph Wilsmeier and Dana Vavrova and starring Gedeon Burkhard, Lale Java and Lena.


9.Saving Private Ryan

Captain Miller must lead his men behind enemy lines to find Private Ryan. In the face of overwhelming enemy forces, the soldiers question the orders. Why do eight soldiers risk their lives to save one?


10.Escape from Sobibor

During World War II, those concentrated in extermination camps could only hope for survival by trying to escape. In the case of Sobibor, this was only possible if all 600 prisoners escaped.


It omits the state that Hitler was deeply intent on destroying, that is, the other state that massively killed Europeans in the middle of the century: the Soviet Union. During the entire Stalinist period, between 1928 and 1953, Soviet policies cautiously killed over five million Europeans. Thus, when one analyzes the total number of European civilians killed by totalitarian powers in the middle of the twentieth century, one must consider three groups of relatively equal size: Jews killed by Germans, non-Jews killed by Germans, and Soviet citizens killed. by the Soviet state. As a general rule, the German regime killed civilians who were not German citizens, while the Soviet regime killed civilians who were Soviet citizens.


Soviet repression is identified with the Gulag, just as Nazi repression is identified with Auschwitz. The gulag, despite all the horrors of forced labor, was not a mass murder system. If we accept that the mass murder of civilians is at the heart of political, ethical and legal concerns, the same historical feature applies to the Gulag and Auschwitz. I found out about the Gulag because it was a bearing system, not a set of death factories. The gulag detained 30 million people and shattered about three million lives. But a large majority of these people, who were sent to the camps, returned alive from there. Precisely because we have a literature of the Gulag - the best known book being Alexander Solzhenitsyn's Gulag Archipelago - we can imagine its horrors to a greater extent than we can imagine the horrors of Auschwitz.


Just as Auschwitz distracts us from the even greater horrors of the Treblinka, the Gulag distracts us from Soviet policies that killed people directly and premeditatedly by starvation and bullets. Among the Stalinist killing policies, two were the most significant: the famine of collectivization in 1930-1933 and the Great Terror in 1937-1938. It remains unclear whether the Cossack famine of 1930-1932 was intentional, although it is clear that more than a million Cossacks starved to death. It is well established that Stalin starved the Soviet Ukrainians to death in the winter of 1932-1933. Soviet documents revealed a series of orders from October to December 1933, given with obvious malice and intent to kill. In the end, more than three million people of Soviet Ukraine died.


11.The Grey Zone

Based on actual events, "The Grey Zone" is the story of the Auschwitz's twelfth Sonderkommando - one of the thirteen consecutive "Special Squads" of Jewish prisoners placed by the Nazis in the excruciating moral dilemma of helping to exterminate fellow Jews in exchange for a few more months of life. Stars Michael Suhlbarg, Steve Buscemi, Harvey Keitel, Mira Sorvino and Natasha Lyonne.


12.Out of the Ashes

Christine Lahti is the protagonist of this shocking film, inspired by the real case of Dr. Gisella Perl, one of the first women gynecologists in Eastern Europe, who was imprisoned in the Auschwitz camp during the Nazi occupation. When the Nazis decided to use her as a doctor, she was forced to become the assistant to the famous war criminal Dr. Josef Mengele. But through an amazing combination of defiance, humanity and strength, she managed to restore hope to thousands of people.


13.Sorok pervyy

An unexpected love story is woven between a Red Army sniper and a White Army officer …


What we read about the Great Terror also distracts us from its true nature. The great novel and the great memoir about this period are Dark at Noon by Arthur Koestler and The Defendant by Alexander Weissberg. Both focus on a small group of Stalin's victims, communist city leaders, educated people, some of whom are known in the West. This image dominates our understanding of the Great Terror, but it is incorrect. Taken together, the purges of the communist elites, the secret police, the army officers amount to no more than 47,737 dead.


The biggest action taken in the Great Terror, Operation 00447, was directed mainly at the "kulaci", ie peasants who had already been oppressed during collectivization. 386,798 lives. Several national minorities, together representing less than 2% of the Soviet population, accounted for more than a third of the victims of the Great Terror. In an operation against ethnic Poles who were Soviet citizens, for example, 111,091 people were shot. Of the 681,692 executions during the political crimes of 1937 and 1938, Operation Kulaci and those against national minorities killed 633,955, more than 90 percent of the total. These people were secretly shot, dumped in mass graves and forgotten.


The focus on Auschwitz and the Gulag minimizes the number of Europeans killed and moves the geographical center of crime to the German Reich and eastern Russia. Like Auschwitz, which draws our attention to the Western European victims of the Nazi empire, the Gulag with its well-known Siberian camps takes us away from the geographical center of Soviet assassination policies. If we focus on Auschwitz and the Gulag, we do not notice that in a period of twelve years, between 1933 and 1944, about 12 million victims of Soviet and Nazi mass murder policies perished in a certain region of Europe, one defined more or less by Belarus, Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania and Latvia today. In general, when we consider the Auschwitz and the Gulag, we tend to think of the states that built them as systems, as modern tyrants or totalitarian states. But such a view of Berlin and Moscow's thinking and politics tends to overlook the fact that mass killings took place mainly in European territories between Germany and Russia, not in Germany and Russia.


14.The Boy in the Striped Pajamas

Set during World War II, the story is told through the innocent eyes of Bruno, the 8-year-old son of a concentration camp commander. The boy befriends a Jewish boy, behind the fence of the camp.


15.The Book Thief

The film tells the story of a lively and courageous girl named Liesel who transforms the lives of everyone around her when she is sent to live with an adoptive family in World War II Germany.


Mass killings is Eastern Europe, above all Belarus, Ukraine, Poland and the Baltic States, lands that have been the subject of sustained policies of atrocity by both regimes. The people of Ukraine and Belarus, especially Jews, but not only, suffered the most when they came to the Soviet Union during the terrible 1930s and were subjected to the worst German repression in the 1940s. If Europe was, as Mark Mazower calls it, a "dark continent," Ukraine and Belarus were the heart of darkness.


Historical assessments that can be seen as objective, such as counting the victims of mass killings, could help restore a slightly lost historical balance. Germans who suffered terribly under Hitler and during the war are not at the center of the history of mass murder. Even if we include ethnic Germans killed during the flight from the Red Army, those expelled from Poland and Czechoslovakia in 1945-1947, and those who fell victim to the bombing of Germany, the total number of German civilians killed by state power remains comparable. little.


The main victims of direct killing policies among German citizens are the 70,000 "euthanized" patients and the 165,000 German Jews. The main German victims of Stalin remain the women raped by the Red Army and the prisoners of war detained in the Soviet Union. About 363,000 German prisoners died of starvation and disease in Soviet captivity, as did about 200,000 Hungarians. At a time when German resistance to Hitler is beginning to garner media attention, it must be remembered that some of the participants in the plot against Hitler in July 1944 were right at the center of mass murder policies: Arthur Nebe, for example. , who led Einsatzgruppe B in the Belarusian territories during the first wave of the 1941 Holocaust; or Eduard Wagner, the general superintendent of the Wehrmacht, who wrote a lively letter to his wife about the need to deny food to millions of hungry people in Leningrad.



16.The English Patient

At the end of World War II, Count Almasy suffered a terrible burn in a plane crash. Watched by a devoted and sensitive nurse, he remembers his life.


17.Sophie's Choice

Sophie, a Polish Catholic, is a survivor of the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz. Here she lost her husband, children, and parents. Arriving in New York to write a book, young Stingo meets her and falls in love with her.


18.Sophie Scholl - Die Letzten Tage

Oscar® 2005 nomination - Best Foreign Language Film. Most important awards: European Film Award - German Film Award - German Film Award - Audience Award German Film Award Best Bavarian Film The main question raised by this film is what can be done when you realize that the Nazi regime has Go crazy - do you resist, even though it is clear that it is useless or not?


It's hard to forget Anna Akhmatova: "The Russian land loves blood." However, Russian martyrdom and heroism, now vehemently proclaimed in Putin's Russia, must be placed on as broad a historical background as possible. The Soviet Russians - like any other Soviet citizen - were indeed victims of Stalinist policy: but the risk of being killed was lower than in the case of Ukrainians or Soviet Poles or members of other national minorities. During World War II, several severe acts of terror were extended to eastern Poland and the Baltic states, territories absorbed by the Soviet Union. In the best-known case, 22,000 Polish citizens were shot in 1940 in Katyn and four other places; Tens of thousands of other Poles and Baltics died during or immediately after deportations to Kazakhstan and Siberia. During the war, many Soviet Russians were killed by the Germans, but proportionally fewer than the Belarusians and Ukrainians, not to mention the Jews. The death toll from Soviet civilians is estimated at 15 million. On average, 1 in 25 Russian civilians was killed by the Germans during the war, as opposed to 1 in 10 in Ukraine (or Poland) or 1 in 5 in Belarus.


Belarus and Ukraine were occupied for much of the war, with German and Soviet armies crossing their entire territory twice in attack or retreat. German armies have never occupied more than a small part of Russia's territory for short periods. Even if we take into account the siege of Leningrad and the destruction of Stalingrad, German control of Russian civilians was much less than that of the Belarusians, Ukrainians, or Jews. The Russians claim the death toll in Belarus and Ukraine as belonging to Russia and treat Belarusians, Ukrainians and Jews as Russians: this leads to an imperialism of martyrdom, to the implicit claim to territory by explicitly claiming the victims. This seems to be the line proposed by the new historical commission appointed by President Dmitry Medvedev to prevent "falsifications" of Russia's past. Under the legislation being debated in Russia today, statements such as the above would be a criminal offense.


19.In Darkness

It is the year 1941. Leopold Socha, a dumpster and petty thug, comes across a group of Jews fleeing the ghetto who want to hide in the city's underground canals, which he knows very well. As such, he agrees to help them for a fee. What begins as a bargain turns into something unexpected, as for 14 months of maximum danger, they try together to fool death.


20.Schindler's List

The true story of Oskar Schindler, a womanizer and profiteer who saves the lives of more than 1,100 Jews during the Holocaust. An emotional testimony about the horrors of war and the alteration of human characters in time of war.


21.La rafle.

1942. Joseph is 11 years old. This June morning, she has to go to school with a yellow star sewn on her chest. Between benevolence and contempt, Jo and other Jewish friends like him and their families learn how to live in a busy Paris.


If there is one general political lesson in the history of mass murder, it is the need to be cautious about so-called privileged development: attempts by states to achieve a political expansion that designates its victims, that motivates prosperity through mortality. The possibility of killing one group to the advantage of another cannot be ruled out, or at least that is the case. It is a version of the policies that Europe has witnessed and can continue to do. The only acceptable answer is an ethical commitment to the individual, namely that an individual is worth more in life than in death, and the above plans become unthinkable.


Today's Europe is especially remarkable for its unity and prosperity, with social justice and human rights. Probably more than any other corner of the world is immune, at least for the time being, to such soulless concerns for economic growth. However, memory has produced some strange deviations from history, at a time when history is needed more than ever. Europe's recent past may resemble the near future of the rest of the world. This is another reason to make the most accurate assessments.


22.A Bridge Too Far

War film, evoking the assault of American, Polish and British troops, to capture an important bridge behind the German front lines. The assault was carried out by a complicated action of paratroopers and armored troops


23.The Bunker

We are in 1944. The German army is retreating. Chased across the country by US allied forces, a company of Nazi soldiers seeks refuge in an anti-tank bunker. In the maze of tunnels below the bunker, strange, terrifying things begin to happen. One by one, the soldiers start cracking nervously or being killed. Paranoia dominates the whole group. Did the Americans infiltrate or is there a force of evil lurking within the walls of this complex?


24.Dresden

Germany, January 1945. Young nurse Anna Mauth (Felicitas Woll) works at a hospital in Dresden and has a romantic relationship with Dr. Alexander Wenninger (Benjamin Sadler). When an English plane is bombed, the only survivor, the pilot Robert Newman (John Light), hides in the hospital attic. Here he is accidentally discovered by Anna. At any risk, she decides to help him!


25.Pearl Harbor

On a quiet Sunday morning, Japanese fighter jets flew across the sky, launching a surprise attack on U.S. military forces in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. This day has plunged the United States into a war, changing the course of history.


26.Flags of Our Fathers

February 1945. One of the bloodiest battles of World War II takes place on the island of Iwo Jima. At the beginning of the battle, an American flag appears on Mount Suribachi, and the image of the 5 soldiers who raised it surrounds the USA.


27.Jakob the Liar

In 1944, in Nazi-occupied Poland, Jacob, the owner of a long-closed cafe in a Jewish ghetto, accidentally overhears a news bulletin on a banned radio station. Although full of joy, he cannot share the news.


28.Vilniaus getas

1942, Vilnius. Nazis kill 55,000 Jews, and 15,000 of them are locked up in a 7-pavilion ghetto. At the age of only 22, the sadistic commander Kittel has the mission to manage the ghetto in the Lithuanian capital, becoming master of people's lives. Kittel discovers that Hayyah stole a pound of beans and sentenced her to death. When he finds out that Hayyah is a successful former singer, he decides to put on a show in the old ghetto theater. Will it be a spectacle of life or death?


29.Zwartboek

The Netherlands, 1944. A former famous Jewish singer, Rachel, now a refugee in rural Holland, tries to reach the territories liberated from German influence. A patrol captures the group of refugees it is in and only it manages to escape with its life. Arriving safely at her destination, Rachel joins the Resistance and, under the name of Ellis de Vries, manages to infiltrate the German Intelligence Service. He seduces Officer Muntze and he, seduced, offers him a job.


30.Inglourious Basterds

In German-occupied France, Shosanna (Melanie Laurent) watches helplessly as her family is executed by Nazi colonel Hans Landa (Christoph Waltz). Shosanna escapes through the ears of the needle and flees to Paris, where she creates a new identity.


31.Valkyrie

During World War II, German Colonel von Stauffenberg is wounded in Africa and returns to the country. Dissatisfied with Nazi abuses, Stauffenberg agrees to lead Operation Valkyrie, which aims to assassinate Hitler.


32.Saints and Soldiers

Four American soldiers fighting in Europe during World War II are separated from the rest of US troops during the Malmedy massacre. The small group remains isolated and without any help behind enemy lines.


33.We Were Soldiers

In 1965, the first battle between the Americans and the Vietnamese took place. 400 American soldiers entered Vietnamese territory and found themselves surrounded. Harold Moore, commander, and reporter Galloway also found themselves facing this situation.


34.Defiance

Inspired by real facts. 1941. Jews in Eastern Europe are massacred by the Nazis. Succeeding in escaping from a camp, three Jewish brothers take refuge in the forest. There they manage to turn a struggle for survival into something much more important.


35.Life train

One evening in 1941, Schlomo, the village madman, brings terrible news to his fellow Shetl (an Eastern European Jewish village): Germans kill and deport Jewish residents of neighboring Shetl to unknown destinations


36.Katyn

In 1940, the Soviet secret services killed thousands of Polish prisoners of war. A subject hitherto considered taboo is analyzed by the famous Andrzej Wajda, who enters one of the darkest periods in the history of Poland.


37.Rosenstraße

In the spring of 1943, German and Jewish women gathered on Rosenstrasse in central Berlin to protest against sending Jewish husbands to concentration camps. The painful memories, which have become family secrets, have been preserved in modern-day New York. Ruth continues to perform Jewish mourning rituals for her late husband. Her daughter, Hannah, learns the story of her mother, a war orphan Selected in the official competition of the Vene Festival.


38.Naples - Elite fur den Fuhrer

We are in 1942. Friedrich Weimer, a 17-year-old hardworking boy from a working-class district of Berlin, loves boxing. His only problem is that he is always reluctant to give the final blow that could knock out his opponent. During a boxing match, he is spotted by a Naples recruiting officer who offers to help him. 'NaPolA' is the acronym for 'National Politische Erziehungs Anstalt' or 'National Institute of Political Education'.


39.Enemy At The Gates

As the German and Russian armies clash, Vassili, the sniper, ambushes his enemies. Vanity pushes him into a duel with the best German sniper, Major Konig, and the two find themselves engaged in a personal battle.


40.Into the White

WWII. Two planes, one British and the other German, crash into an isolated land. Driven by the freezing cold, both pilots seek shelter in the same hut. Although enemies, they will be forced to cooperate in order to survive.


41.Band of Brothers

This terrifying World War II saga closely follows the journey of the 147 members of Easy Company's paramilitary troops, from the first training sessions to the memorable day of landing in Normandy.


42.De Tweeling

After the death of their parents, twin sisters Anna and Lotte Bamberg have been brutally separated since the age of six. Anna stays in Germany, where she grows up in quite difficult conditions on the farm of her uncle Heinrich and his wife, Martha. Lotte, who is ill, has a happy life in the Netherlands, with her parents' more distant relatives - the Rockanjes family. In the years following the separation, the twins did their best to get in touch.


43.The Pacific

See all 10 installments of HBO's acclaimed World War II miniseries 'The Pacific' plus a 'making of' special, 'Anatomy of the Pacific War' featurette and 'Marines of the Pacific' featuring profiles of six WWII heroes.


44.The Great Escape

In 1944, a group of Allied prison officers organized the escape from Stalag Luft III, one of the best guarded prison camps in Germany. The preparations lasted a year and involved the participation of over 600 people.


45.Europe Europe

The film is based on real events between 1938 and 1945. Salomon "Solly" Perel is a Polish Jew from Germany, whose life changes radically when the Nazis break into his wife's apartment. Separated from her parents and siblings, Solly is saved only by the Nazi uniform she wears. This gesture is the forerunner of his future "career". From here, Solly is subjected to many attempts, but the biggest one is to kill the Jews.


46.Flames & Lemons

Drama centered on two fighters from the Holger Danske resistance group during World War II.


47.Max Manus

The film is based on the true story of resistance fighter Max Manus and follows the hero from the beginning of World War II until the summer of 1945. After fighting the Russians in the Finnish Winter War, Max returns. in Nazi-occupied Norway. He soon joined the resistance movement and became one of the most famous members of the so-called Oslo Group.


48.Letters from Iwo Jima

Over 60 years ago, American and Japanese soldiers fought on the island of Iwo Jima. Decades later, hundreds of letters are unearthed at Iwo Jima, letters that give face and voice to the men who fought there.


49.Hiroshima

Documentary made by British television, which describes through reconstructions the catastrophic moments during the bombing and after it.


50.Hiroshima my love

"In the elements of the story there seems to be more of an excuse for the film than the film itself, which always amazes and surprises, offering developments that the mind cannot immediately perceive. There is always in the film an atmosphere of guilty meanings, Hiroshima, war, love lost, the anxiety that remains separate elements and does not even intend to crystallize. " - Peter Harcont 1974 (Film Comment).


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All sandy beaches are beautiful, but tourists especially invariably love the white sandy beaches of Greece. The gentle sand seems to be created for the relaxation of tourists on it and the long walks along the coast. Here's all the information on white-sand beaches in Greece to choose the right option for you.

 

Top beaches in Greece

 

Greece - is a country with a long length from north to south, so the recommendations will vary depending on where you go. The holiday season begins in May and peaks in July-August: there are too many tourists, and the temperature on the southern island reaches 40 degrees, which may not yet play a role on the beach, but it is certainly not suitable for sightseeing. So the best time to relax in Greece is late spring-early summer or September-October.

 

20. Myrtos beach

To get from Agios Nikolaos, you have to cross the highway in a southerly direction (buses run to Ierapetra) and from Heraklion to the southeast (Shuttle bus to Ierapetra stops in Mirtos). You can quickly get there by car. The beach is located in an open bay. That's why it's windy.

 

The tourist infrastructure is well developed. There are umbrellas and sunbeds here. The line of taverns and mini-hotels goes almost to the water itself. There is a rental of sports equipment. There is a shower and a dressing room. The cover is with small gray pebbles, rarely sand. The descent into the water is gradual, uniform, and without borders. The bottom is secure, with no holes or sharp depth changes. The resort is ideal for children and guests with reduced mobility, thanks to the accessible beach, the nearby accommodation, and the convenient transfer.

 

Among the nearest attractions is only the Venetian fortress of Ierapetra. The walls of the defense and the surrounding palms - a good places for selfies. It doesn't make sense to go there just for the city's sake, but you can go on the road or take the time to visit the town completely.

 

19. Vroulidia

Vroulidia Beach is located in a secluded spot on the southernmost tip of Chios, just 9 km from the beautiful Greek village of Pyrgi. Although the coast is only 100 m, the beach gives the impression of an exotic place due to the unusual combination of colors and landscape. Tall white cliffs surround the quiet, deserted beach of Wroulidia.

 

18. Skoutaros

Skoutari is a beach located between Kontron and Gifio resorts. It is characterized by perfect cleanliness, many attractions, and a shallow and hot sea. There is a cozy tavern on-site where the best Greek cuisine is prepared and tourists are treated to young wine.

 

17. Faros

The largest and most beautiful beach on the island of Ikaria is Faros. Its turquoise waves and white sand can often be seen on postcards with typical Greek landscapes. But seeing is one thing, and feeling on your body - every grain of sand and a ray of fragrant sun and the aroma of needles and olives - is entirely different.

 

16. Gialos

Gialos is a harbor beach with modern infrastructure and lots of fun. It is famous for its white sand, clear water, and good order. There are monuments of Greek architecture, luxury and affordable hotels, churches, and ancient monasteries.

 

15. Kampos

The beach is located on the north coast of Icaria, next to a small village of the same name. The island's capital, Agios Kirikos, is about 40 miles away and can be reached by car or bus. A few kilometers west is the port of Evdilos, the second largest on the island. Ships depart from it to mainland Piraeus and the islands of Mykonos, Naxos, and Paros. Evdilos is connected to Campos by a road along which you can see the many ruins of ancient buildings and walls.

 

14. Myrodato

Microdata is one of the best beaches in northern Greece. This comfortable and well-equipped Blue Flag Beach is located near Skala Avdiron, 26 km from Xanthi. The peculiarity of Mirodato is its white sand that shines in the sun, on which it is pleasant to walk and run barefoot. The beach will be an excellent option for relaxing on the sea.

 

13. Kedrodasos

Another wild beach in western Crete. It is located 20 kilometers west of Palaiochora. You can drive to Elafonisi, where there is tourist infrastructure and parking, and from there, you can walk along the path (a few kilometers to the southeast).

 

12. Castro

The first beach welcomes guests to the island of Lefkada and its northern part. The most convenient way to get to the recreation area is to rent a car, as a paved road leads directly to the beach. There is also free parking and a bus stop, which budget lovers may not need, as the beach is only 15 minutes away from the city.

 

11. Kavourotrypes

Kavurotripes (also known as Orange Beach) is a picturesque beach located 5 km from Sarti. It is famous for its orange cliffs, bright blue water, and soft and pleasant sand.

 

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10. Voidokilia

They are located in the Messina prefecture on the west coast of the Peloponnese. With a bizarrely curved amphitheater, it crowns the picturesque Yalova Lagoon, which is connected to a narrow sandy spit. The local landscapes admire their beauty, and their photographs adorn all the tourist brochures in Greece. Next to the beach is the fresh Lake Divariou, where about three hundred different birds migrate from Europe to Africa. Therefore, the local area is a conservation area under the control of the environmental organization Natura 2000.

 

9. Navagio

Navagio (or Shipwreck Beach) is one of the most famous and beautiful beaches in Zakynthos and the whole of Greece. The picturesque bay with a rusty ship on its shore has long been the primary illustration of guides on this Greek island paradise. The name of this attraction is due to the beach. Initially, it was named after Saint George and later renamed "Shipwreck," and the coast itself is often called Smugglers' Beach.

 

8. Kathisma

Kathisma is one of the most beautiful beaches in Lefkada, which ideally combines scenic landscapes with a highly developed infrastructure. It enjoys the fame of being the most visited on the island. It is located about 15 km southeast of the capital, near the village of Agios Nikitas (just 3.5 km from it). This is one of the longest white sand beaches on Lefkada. There are always a lot of tourists, and the Kathisma coast is considered a natural paradise for a beach holiday for young people.

 

7. Kriopigi

Kriopigi Beach > Cheie-tur

Kriopigi Beach is one of the most beautiful and unusual beaches on the Halkidiki Peninsula. Its name translates to "cold key," which is due to the numerous sources of ice water in the vicinity. Even swimming in the sea, you can feel the cold courses. It is believed that the waters here are saturated with functional trace elements, and swimming on this beach improves health. There are always a lot of people who want to experience this.

 

6. Sani

Sani is a snow-white beach in the Kassandra Peninsula. There are two swimming pools at guests' disposal, a photo area, sports fields, and park areas. The beach is popular with newlyweds. Greek celebrities and athletes often relax here.

 

5. Agios Prokopios

Agios Prokopios is one of the most beautiful beaches in Naxos, most often included in the first lists of picturesque coasts in Greece and throughout Europe. The Greeks constantly claim to keep the charm of this coast clean, preventing its development with modern buildings and entertainment centers. This beach is located about 5.5 km southwest of the island's capital, near Agios Georgios, from where many people go here.

 

4. Voulisma

It is located on the coast of Crete, near Istro, 12 km from the big city and the port of Agios Nikolaos. There are buses to Istro (the journey takes 15-20 minutes). The beach is located in one of the many bays in the depths of Mirabello Bay and is the largest and most beautiful in the area and the most popular. Mountains and low pilgrims surround the sandy beach. The water is clear, turquoise, slightly sloping bottom with standard depth, no depths, and potholes. The water is usually clean, but storms sometimes bring garbage.

 

 

3. Simos

It is located in the southern part of the Peloponnese, on the island of Elafonisos, part of the prefecture of Laconia. The island was part of the mainland, but a strong earthquake that took place centuries ago took it off the land. Despite its convenient location, Elafonisos is one of the best resorts in Greece, and Simos is considered its pearl. The beach is on the Natura 2000 list of nature reserves and is a conservation area in the EU.

 

2. Egremni

Egremni is a picturesque wild beach on the very southwestern edge of Lefkada, about 40 km from Lefkada. It is considered one of the most beautiful on the island and the Mediterranean. At the same time, the long coastline gives glory to the longest on the Lefkada. Therefore, impressive landscapes can be enjoyed here in relative isolation than on other beautiful but very crowded beaches of the island.

 

1. Balos

It is located 55 kilometers from Chania, near the Gypsy Cape, on the Korikos Peninsula, at the northwestern tip of Crete. There are waters from the three seas that wash the island converge.

 

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Relatively recently, manufacturers of cosmetic products decided to single out representatives of the strong half of humanity in a separate segment. And this is no accident because the anatomical features of a man lead to the fact that women's shampoos do not suit them. That is why there are a vast number of shampoos for men on the market today. These products are distinguished by their unique composition and active ingredients.



Why are women's shampoos different?


Men's shampoos differ significantly from women's, which must be taken into account in the process of selecting the best option. This is due to several factors. First, the body of representatives of the strong half of humanity is characterized by a lower acidity, resulting in the sebaceous glands working much more actively.


In addition, men can boast of coarser, thicker hair, so it is more difficult for them to choose the optimal product, and several factors must be considered. Men's shampoos are characterized by a certain level of acidity, which in no case should exceed the acceptable norm.


Types of shampoos


There are a large number of men's shampoos on the market, which are characterized by their composition and scope of use.


Classic


Classic shampoos for men often combine several functions and are a universal remedy. In other words, they can be used to clean the hair and wash the body.


Specialized


The main task of these funds is to solve specific problems with hair. It can be a loss, too high-fat content, or scalp dryness. In addition, most men suffer from dandruff, so they purchase unique products to eliminate excess sebum. The most popular brands are Morgans, CLARINS, Matrix, and others.


Shampoos for different hair and scalp


Men's shampoos are distinguished by their uniqueness, as they include particular components and substances in their composition. A wide range of products allows each person to choose a product that will fully satisfy their needs and solve a specific problem with hair.


Anti-dandruff shampoos


Men are more prone to dandruff than women, so manufacturers focus on developing such products. The most popular and effective anti-dandruff shampoos for men today are the following products.


Adidas Calm Balance


A unique shampoo gel that not only eliminates dandruff but also prevents itching. Initially designed for professional athletes, this shampoo is packed with branded vitamins to deeply cleanse and soothe the scalp. The main advantage is the presence of panthenol in the composition, which deeply moisturizes the hair and simplifies the combing process.


In addition, polymer and zinc cations also show themselves well in the fight against dandruff. The products are distinguished by the aroma of eucalyptus, which remains on the hair for a long time. No silicones are used in the production process, so the strands stay light and voluminous.


Against hair loss


According to statistics, every second man is faced with the problem of baldness before the age of 30. That is why manufacturers offer a vast number of specialized products that can be used to prevent and treat this problem. The rating of the most popular anti-hair loss shampoos for men looks like this.


Schwarzkopf Professional 3D


The main feature of this 3-in-1 product is its professional formula, which includes taurine, panthenol, and carnitine. This combination allows you to increase blood circulation, which positively affects hair growth significantly. Panthenol helps to moisturize the hair and also prevents hair loss. With constant use, this tool perfectly stimulates the development of new bulbs, positively affecting the strands' density.


The shampoo is characterized by its liquid consistency, but this does not adversely affect its use. Two weeks after use, you can see the effect of a minimum amount of hair falling out when washing your head and providing volume.


Librederm For Men

 

A versatile shampoo that can be used regardless of hair type. The components included in the composition carry out reliable cleaning and restoration of the structurrods' structure due to new hair growth. A month after use, it can strengthen the bulbs and significantly provide maximum shine. The production process does not use any harmful components, including silicones and parabens, so the strands remain fresh and clean for as long as possible.


Plant components, wheat extracts, and hyaluronic acid can be distinguished among the active ingredients. All this helps improve the scalp's water balance and prevent dry hair. This remedy and minoxidil are different because they also protect against peeling.


Clear Vita ABE Men


One of the most favorite shampoos from the mass market segment makes it possible to fight hair loss and dandruff. According to the company, daily use reduces the number of falling hairs by eight times. Because the product foams well, it is consumed rather slowly, which is beneficial from an economic point of view.


Among the main components, one can note the presence of a complex of vitamins of various groups, amino acids, and trace elements that help protect hair from the adverse effects of ultraviolet radiation and other environmental factors. The product boasts a masculine fragrance with citrus notes and other precious woods. This is a hypoallergenic and sulfate-free product in a blue bottle that is suitable even for sensitive skin.


For volume


Men with thin hair very often choose means with which you can make their hair more voluminous. Among these shampoos, it is worth noting several options.


Schauma "Strength and volume."


The main task of this product is to give extra volume to men's hair. The shampoo lathers well, so you only need to apply a little. One of the benefits is an attractive aroma, which is a combination of pine needles and citrus. The composition does not contain harmful components, including silicones, which allows the head to remain clean for as long as possible.


The formula is enriched with various vitamins and amino acids, positively affecting the scalp's condition and strengthening the hairline. And also, the composition includes a considerable amount of proteins and keratin, considered a building material for cells.


American Crew Fortifying


Product of an American brand, which is intended primarily for thin and weakened hair. After the first use, it can achieve impressive results; the hair becomes as soft and obedient as possible. The shampoo is famous for its light formula, which does not include silicones and sulfates.


Among the active ingredients, it is worth noting wheat extracts and amino acids, which help strengthen curls and make them as strong and voluminous as possible. The composition contains tree bark, which provides deep cleaning and a unique aroma.


Syoss Men Power and Strength

 


Due to its unique composition, this product can be used daily without causing any harm to the scalp. The shampoo is produced based on a patented technology, which allows you to care at the level of beauty salons at home. After the first application, achieving maximum volume and shine became possible due to the presence of amino acids and keratin in the composition.


Moisturizers


The main advantage of moisturizing shampoos is that they are suitable for everyone so that they can be used permanently, regardless of hair type. Among the top products, it is worth noting the following.


Festiva Blue Marine


The main feature of this tool is that it provides an unsurpassed aroma. Shampoo can be used on an ongoing basis, especially when leading an active lifestyle. Thanks to the keratin included in the composition, it perfectly washes the scalp and provides it with the necessary nutrients.


In addition, the product has a persistent odor, so it can easily replace eau de toilette. It is produced in small containers, making it convenient to transport.


Smoothing


Men with curly hair are the least fortunate because such strands are naughty, challenging to care for, and constantly need to be cleaned. Among the top men's smoothing shampoos are the following.


Constant Delight Barber Daily


A professional shampoo that can also be used at home. Thanks to its universal components, it is suitable for all hair types but is famous for its leveling properties. That is why owners of curly strands often use it. In the production process, only natural ingredients and plant extracts are used, which contribute to effectively cleaning the head from any contaminants.


Tigi Bed Head B for Men Clean Up

Another professional tool that can be used regularly. The formula includes special additives that protect the scalp from the adverse effects of ultraviolet rays. The products are distinguished by their menthol aroma, which remains throughout the day. Herbal extracts allow you to straighten your hair and make it as obedient as possible. And also, in the composition, there is sunflower oil, designed to saturate the hair with nutrients and prevent its fragility.


What to choose?


When choosing a men's shampoo, you must be extremely careful since this product is used every day and should be as suitable as possible, taking into account the characteristics of a person's hair and scalp. Many options on the market are offered in gift sets, characterized by hypoallergenicity and the absence of sulfates. In developing such products, manufacturers are guided by the data that men have a thicker scalp and different acidity than women, and their sebaceous glands work more actively.


All this leads to the fact that the hair falls out in the more vigorous sex much more often; therefore, with the cleansing effect, shampoos for men provide a higher strength of the strand. When choosing, you should pay attention to aromatic compositions, which, considering gender, are usually limited to the aroma of menthol, lavender, citrus, or fruits.



In addition, shampoos with sandalwood scents are very popular today. The presence of pheromones also distinguishes some products on the market.


When choosing the right shampoo, consider the type of hair and its problems. One of the common problems is dandruff, which is associated with a dry scalp. That is why it is recommended to give preference to shampoos characterized by the presence of zinc and other components to moisturize the scalp. This is enough to wash off the scales and slow down their appearance. If the problem is too big and impossible to solve by conventional means, you can pay attention to pharmacy shampoos that perfectly deal with a similar situation.


And you can also choose a quality paraben-free charcoal shampoo or a solid option to soften the strands. Korean brands often offer such opportunities. They are suitable for both normal hairs and for oily or dry.


If there is gray hair, then it is better to wash your hair with a coloring agent. There are several types of tonic tinted shampoos for men on the market.


Usage Tips


For the shampoo to be as effective as possible, it must be used correctly. Manufacturers usually recommend washing your hair several times a week, but it all depends on the individual characteristics of the human scalp. Most shampoos provide cleanliness for two days, but those with extremely oily hair can use shampoos daily.


Before applying the product, be sure to wet your hair so that it becomes slightly damp. The care product should be distributed evenly over the entire head and can be washed off only after three minutes. If a toning shampoo is used, then it will take more time. It is best to read the instructions on the package and follow them clearly to achieve an effective result. Rinse off the shampoo only with warm water so that no residue from this product remains on the head.


Anti-dandruff shampoos are not recommended for permanent use. It is necessary to apply them until the problem is resolved and then switch to the standard or universal options.



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Science is a special type of human cognitive activity aimed at obtaining, substantiating and systematizing objective knowledge about the world, man, society and knowledge itself, on the basis of which a person transforms reality. 

 

Science memes

 

Knowledge is created and used in any sphere of human activity, but only in the field of science, the production of new knowledge is not only a means but also the main goal and main product of labor. At the same time, both the scientific knowledge itself and the process of obtaining it have a number of specific features, which, taken together, are not typical for knowledge obtained in other areas of activity.

 

1. Med school

 

2. Small things

 

3. This kid

 

Science is also understood as a historically developing set of results of intellectual activity systematized in a certain way and the social institution within which it is carried out. In the institutional context, the concept of "science" is used to refer to certain areas of scientific knowledge and the scientific disciplines that constitute them. Modern science is an extremely ramified set of individual scientific branches.

 

Science as a special kind of intellectual production has its own productive forces, production relations regulated by the relevant norms and standards, as well as the subject and product of labor, and includes many elements: the actual producers of scientific knowledge (scientists); historically determined forms of division and cooperation of scientific labor; conceptual and categorical apparatus of scientific disciplines; procedures for isolating the field of problems, methods and theories that can be defined as scientific; methods of scientific research, verification and systematization of acquired knowledge; scientific institutions; technical support of scientific production; system of scientific information and communications.

 

4. Stressed out

 

5. Made you cry

 

6. Egyptology

 

The direct functions of science are the study, description, explanation and prediction of reality. At the same time, science represents only one of the cuts of the diversity of the world, therefore it does not exhaust the entire culture (see Culture), but constitutes only one of the areas that interacts with other areas of human creative and cognitive activity: philosophical, artistic, empirical, religious, mythological, ideological and others. However, a clear explication of the specific features of science in the form of signs and definitions turns out to be a rather difficult task. This is evidenced by the variety of definitions of science, the ongoing discussions on the problem of demarcation between it and other forms of knowledge.

 

Science sets itself the ultimate goal of foreseeing the process of transforming objects of practical activity (an object in its initial state) into corresponding products (an object in its final state). This transformation is always determined by the essential connections, laws of change and development of objects, and the activity itself can be successful only when it is consistent with these laws.

 

Therefore, scientific knowledge is characterized by a focus on the object, on the identification of its own, immanent laws of functioning and development of the object under study. Arising from the needs of practice and regulating it in a special way, science aims to reveal the laws according to which objects can be transformed in human activity. Since any objects can be transformed in activity - fragments of nature, social systems and society as a whole (see Society), states of human consciousness, and others - to the extent that all of them can become subjects of scientific research.

 

Science studies them as objects that function and develop according to their own natural laws. It can also study a person as a subject of activity, but also as a special object. With regard to the processes of transformation of nature, this function is performed by the natural and technical sciences. The processes of change in social objects are studied by the social sciences. The orientation of science towards the study of objects that can be included in activity (either actually or potentially as possible objects of future transformation), and their study as obeying the objective laws of functioning and development, constitute the first main feature of scientific knowledge.

 

7. In our lab

 

8. Sad algae

 

9. The animal

 

This feature distinguishes it from other forms of human cognitive activity and determines the nature of scientific discourse, which is characterized by a claim to intersubjective significance (objectivity). So, for example, in art, the assimilation of reality always occurs as a kind of combination of the subjective and the objective, in which any reproduction of certain states of the world, man and society presupposes their emotional personal assessment. An artistic image always acts as a unity of the general and the individual, rational and emotional, and a work of art bears the stamp of a personal attitude to the world.

 

The scientific assimilation of reality differs from the artistic assimilation of reality by its orientation towards rational, logically substantiated and generalized objective knowledge. The products of scientific knowledge appear to be extremely cleansed of the personal component and open to criticism by any opponent who accepts the presumptions of science.

 

The sign of objectivity and objectivity of knowledge is the most important characteristic of science, but it is still insufficient to determine its specificity, since ordinary knowledge can also give separate objective and objective knowledge. In contrast, science is not limited to the study of only those objects, their properties and relationships that can be mastered in the practice of the corresponding historical era. It is able to go beyond the boundaries of each historically defined type of practice and open up new objective worlds for mankind, which can become objects of mass practical development only at future stages of the development of civilization.

 

The constant desire of science to expand the field of objects under study, regardless of today's opportunities for their mass practical development, is the system-forming feature that justifies other characteristics of science that distinguish it from ordinary knowledge.

 

10. Work hard

 

11. My thesis

 

12. Just a book stand

 

13. A sentance

 

14. Farts

 

First of all, it is the difference in their products (results). Ordinary knowledge creates a conglomeration of knowledge, information, prescriptions and beliefs, only separate fragments of which are interconnected. The truth of knowledge is verified here directly in actual practice, since knowledge is constructed in relation to objects that are included in the processes of production and social experience. But since science constantly goes beyond these limits, it can only partially rely on the available forms of mass practical development of objects. She needs special practices, with the help of which the truth of her knowledge is checked. Such a practice becomes a scientific experiment (see Experiment). Part of the knowledge is directly verified in the experiment, the rest are interconnected by logical connections, which ensures the transfer of truth from one statement to another. As a result, the characteristics of its knowledge inherent in science arise - their systemic organization, validity and proof.

 

Science, unlike everyday knowledge, involves the use of special means and methods of activity; it is characterized by the presence of a developed apparatus of methods and procedures used for rational justification, proof and verification of the knowledge gained. It cannot be limited to using only natural language and those tools that are used in production and everyday practice. In addition to them, it needs special means of activity - a special language (empirical and theoretical, created on the basis of natural language or created artificially) and special technical and instrumental equipment. It is the constant development of these tools that ensures the study of new objects, including those that go beyond the possibilities of existing production and social practice.

 

Related to this are the needs of science in the constant development of special methods that ensure the development of new objects, regardless of the possibilities of their current practical development. Such objects, as a rule, are not given in advance, are not fixed by the methods of everyday practice and production activities, since they go beyond their boundaries. The method in science often serves as a condition for fixing the object of study and determining its main features. Therefore, along with knowledge about objects, science systematically develops knowledge about methods.

 

15. Mendeleev

 

16. Sunscreen

 

17. Just medicine

 

18. Exam paper

 

19. Mom stuff

 

20. Moving a picture

 

21. Exams

 

22. Cells

 

23. Medicine

 

24. Astronauts

 

25. Potassium

 

26. Toxic

 

27. Kelvin is cold

 

28. Rhythm

 

29. Due to the fact

 

30. Chemestry

 

31. Amazing

 

32. A+

 

33. Insults

 

34. What sort?

 

35. Scholaship

 

36. What was the reason?

 

37. Reading

 

38. Biologists

 

39. Chemistry exam

 

40. Zero

 

 

 

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