new branch opens at Uttara
Biotique has opened
up its new branch at Uttara last Thursday. Inaugurated by the honourable
Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh, Veena Sikri, the program followed
by refreshments and a press conference with Biotique Herbal Clinic and
Beauty Care Centre's director and beautician Ms. Naahin.
With the slogan
Come back to Nature, Biotique started its first outlet in Dhaka in the
year 1999. Over a period of only one-year Biotique's products won the
hearts of the Dhakaites and which eventually led to the establishment
of Biotique Herbal Clinic and Beauty Care Centre at Dhanmondi. Biotique
is an eminent Indian brand that prepares all kinds of herbal remedies
to skin and hair problem. Kazis Trade is the exclusive distributor and
franchisee of Biotique's products in Bangladesh.
The unique speciality
of Biotique is that its products are prepared from 100% botanical extracts.
At Biotique, you can also obtain products that are meant exclusively
for men. However, Biotique does not yet have a saloon or care centre
solely for guys. But the proprietor of Kazis Trade, Bappi Kazi said
that they definitely have plans to open up a saloon plus herbal clinic
exclusively for men in the near future.
specialists of India with extreme care formulate every product of Biotique;
these products are safe for health, skin and hair.
Inside the new branch
of Biotique there is a display corner holding up a wide range of Biotique
products made from natural extracts. The prices of these products range
from tk.180 to tk.390. Prices have to be charged high due to the heavy
duties that have to be paid to the government by the franchisee.
At Biotique, you
can get free consultation service. This off-track parlour only starts
working on you after it thoroughly analyses your problem. It's almost
guaranteed that their herbal treatment will heal your problem within
a maximum period of 3 months, and this unique centre makes sure that
you admit to follow certain rules and habits before it starts any treatment
Clinic and Beauty Care Centre has always avoided publicity. Our customers
bring in new customers, says the proprietor of Kazis Trade. The rising
popularity and clientele of Biotique has led to the opening of their
third branch at Uttara. They will shift their Banani branch to a new
location at Gulshan-Baridhara and have plans to open a few more outlets
in various parts of Dhaka.
At Biotique, you
can obtain hair and skin treatments, nail curving (that includes French
manicure, nail embossing and nail attachments), a wide category of make-up
services and body work out, which includes body massage, lymph drainage,
aerobics, dieting programs plus specialised diets.
We hope that Biotique
continues its supremacy among the beauty conscious people of Dhaka and
pursues its goal to provide quality services to their clients.
Address of Biotique
is, house no 7, road no 1, Shayestha Khan Avenue, Sector no. 4, Uttara.
Owning an individual house is a dream for Dhakaites in this city of
scarce land and high costs of building homes. Gone are the days when
a house used to be embraced by stretches of lands. So today, instead
of planting plants on the solid ground, we plant them in earthen pots.
In Dhanmondi, Airport Road and in front of the High Court and most other
vicinities there are vendors, who occupy the footpaths and sell wide
ranges earthen flowerpots just for the plant lovers. Prices will vary
depending on the sizes of the pots and intricacy of designs. For instance,
you can buy the plain terra-cotta pots within tk.15 to tk.50 from most
of these sellers of clay ware.
You can check out the branches of PQS for custard cakes and strawberry
pies. As refreshments for your child during the school hours or as afternoon
snacks with tea, these cakes and pies could be great items. Prepared
from whole egg, sugar, salt, margarine, milk powder, fresh cream and
so on, each of these cakes and pies will cost you only tk.6. These cakes
are prepared by Leader Food, a Malaysian concern. While filling your
trolley with biscuits and cookies try the new chocolate Marie, its quite
Dyes from Lolane
Lolane is a Thai brand that produces a wide range of hair colours for
both men and women. An added advantage of Lolane is that its hair colours
are equally appropriate for both men and women. They have a broad range
of hair dyes that includes various shades of brown, red and purple.
Besides, if you want to add some crazy colour on your hair this summer,
then check out Lolane's collection of bright yellow and green! Check
out the Dhanmondi outlet of Priyo to grab a bottle of Lolane hair colour.
Each bottle of Lolane hair colour will cost you tk.150.
fruits and vegetable
Shajna data, a rare vegetable of the season, goes well with your lentil
soup or as curry with just potatoes and tomatoes, sells at all kitchen
market and also street vendors at Tk.20 to 30 a kilo. If your family
members refuse to try them, let them know that its a great natural anti
dose for chicken pox.
Water melon, this
yummy fruit is a hot favourite with kids and adults alike and an attractive
way to serve this red fruits is to scoop out the flesh with an ice cream
scoop allow to chill it in a transparent bowl for a hour and serve with
vanilla toppings. Selling at Tk. 50 to 80 per piece.
If you want to avoid this hassle just serve as juice or simple slice,
in the air
Jhor elo, elo jhor. Aam por, aam por. This rhyme lets us know that
the ferocious of all the season, the season of Kalbaishakhi and juicy
delectable mango is here. The grand festivity that will wash away
all that is old is just a few days ahead. However the raging sun started
to show the familiar features of summer already, bringing painful
physical ailments along with it. Let us be aware of them and prepare
as we prepare ourselves for the gala.
What is heat stroke?
Heat stroke is the most severe form of heat related physical emergency.
It results from long, extreme exposure to the sun. Usually sweat lowers
our body temperature. This cooling system sometimes begins to fail
if exposed to extreme heat, high humidity and because of physical
exertion in the hot sun, allowing body heat to build up to a dangerous
level. Heat stroke is a condition that requires immediate medical
How to prevent it
Drink plenty of fluids during outdoor activities. Avoid too much tea
and coffee. Wear loose fitting clothing in light colours that soothes
your eyes. Schedule outdoor activities during the cooler times of
the day. Protect yourself from the sun by wearing a hat, sunglasses
and using a white umbrella. During outdoor activities take frequent
drink breaks. In the hottest days try to spend most of the times indoors.
First aid for minor cases
There are some immediate first aid measures that you can apply in
minor cases. First thing you need to do is get the person indoors.
Remove clothing and gently apply cool water to the skin followed by
fanning. Apply ice packs to the groin and armpits. Have the person
lie down in a cool area with their feet slightly elevated.
Heat stroke can cause dehydration. Re-hydration by drinking fluids
usually works in the cases of mild dehydration. Best way to do that
is drinking saline, coconut water, juices and sherbets.
These are some simple tricks that our grandmothers used to abide by.
Believe me it helps. Avoid oily food during the summer. When you are
back from outdoors, do not drink water immediately or take a shower.
Let your body cool down first. Otherwise you might catch a cold. Always
carry a bottle of water as you go out.