Now that you are in your 20s, you may not consider a skin care routine is for you. This is a stellar list of New African intellectuals (including a composer) who wrote in the African languages. Only H. I. E. Dhlomo participated as a representative of African literature in the English language. The invitees who could not make it to the conference were equally stellar: J. J. R. Jolobe (1902-1978), H. M. Ndawo (?-?), S. E. K. Mqhayi, Thomas Mofolo, H. Maimane (?-?), and R. R. R. Dhlomo. Among the Europeans who participated were the missionaries: R. H. W. Shepherd, Margaret Wrong, A. Sandilands; and the editors of the Bantu Studies scholarly journal, C. M. Doke (1893-1980) and J. D. Rheinallt Jones. As to politics, I maintain that it is useless if you do not know or have your culture in ones sights. If one is ignorant of ones culture, customs, traditions, languages, music, traditional dress of the different groups that make the Africans of South Africa, not aware of one’s cultural bearings, moorings and make up, that is, the culture of the eleven nations I have posted here, one is hopeless and helpless and hapless, and knows nothing about Africans of Mzantsi. Many people write about Africans of South Africa not having lived with them, or just toured and read books, but know nothing about these African people. Politics makes sense if one understands, holistically, that political and cultural reality and manifestation: ‘Politics is Art of the Possible’. Beauty and skin care among teenage girls are very important. The young skin might be at its finest elasticity but it is also more prone to dirt and irritation. One beauty tip for teenage girls is to use natural products in treating acne and other skin problems. For one, you can use lemon slices as the anti-bacterial treatment for pimples and acne; used tea bags for rejuvenating your eyes; and brown sugar for exfoliation. 1924 Whites only South Africa side tours Britain. Komenuka rice bran is a super ingredient that is used by Japanese. It nourishes your skin and helps to keep them younger. It also prevents wrinkles, dark circles under your skin and controls skin’s natural oil. The outer signs of beauty – your skin, hair and nails – are more than just superficial measures of beauty. They are direct reflections of your overall health. These outer tissues are created by the inner physiological processes involved in digestion, metabolism and proper tissue development. Outer beauty depends more on the strength of your digestion and metabolism, the quality of your diet, and the purity of your blood, than on external cleansers and conditioners you may apply.