Example of related literature and studies

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CHAPTER 2 Review of Related Literature and Studies The previous chapter is all about the framework of the study. How the study was made possible and up to where the study bounds to are the points of the first chapter. This chapter presents survey of related literature and writing of recognized experts both of which have significant bearing or relation to the problem under investigation. The review focuses on the different materials that are needed on the solution of the study, what are the following points why these materials are necessary for the study. The chapter begins with the introduction of the different materials primarily needed to make the study successful, followed by the history or methodology used by people from ages in making…show more content…
Honey also is a natural antiseptic and soothes and heals your skin. Many women use honey to treat pimples.” (stylecraze.com, 2011) Most of facial masks need milk or cream for emulsifying. But milk does not only act as emulsifier, milk has nutrients that contribute to youthful skin and moisturized face. Milk’s thickness and viscosity is not enough to make a viscous fluid or mask, instead we should make use of cream. Cream is a dairy product that is produced of the high-butterfat layer skimmed from top of milk before homogenization. Double cream is the choice, which contains 48% of minimum milk fat that whips easily and thickest for pudding and desserts. (Wikipedia.com, 2008) According to the National Dairy Council (as of 2010), milk is filled with nine essential nutrients that benefit our health: • Calcium: Builds healthy bones and teeth; maintains bone mass • Protein: Serves as a source of energy; builds/repairs muscle tissue • Potassium: Helps maintain a healthy blood pressure • Phosphorus: Helps strengthen bones and generate energy • Vitamin D: Helps maintain bones • Vitamin B12: Maintains healthy red blood cells and nerve tissue • Vitamin A: Maintains the immune system; helps maintain normal vision and skin • Riboflavin (B2): Converts food into energy • Niacin: Metabolizes sugars and fatty acids According to Dr. Brian Roy, milk does not only help in fitness and bone maintenance, but also in skin health and anti-aging

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