Cheapest Hair Trimmer @ Rs. 149, Low Cost Trimmers

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When it comes to trimming your beard hair, relying on a salon is always time consuming and expensive too. In addition to this salons are not available at all the time. So the best solution is to buy a hair trimmer. You can either buy a low cost hair trimmer/shaver or the ones which are priced higher either in-store or online. But buying online has many benefits such as discount deals, products from multiple brands can be compared, get reviews and most importantly it saves time and many other benefits which ideally is not possible while purchasing at a retail store.

Here are the low cost hair trimmers available on Flipkart (Rs. 149) and Amazon (Rs. 169):

What to look for in a hair trimmer?

With range of options available online, it is very difficult to choose the best hair trimmer. So here are the basic and important points to be considered while choosing a hair trimmer irrespective of whether you choose cheapest or high price:

  • Blades should be of a very high quality and it should not pull off hair while in use
  • Cutting of thick hair should be smooth
  • Light weight, so that it is easy to handle and carry
  • It should not get very hot when used continuously
  • Blade changing and adjusting should be easy
  • It should fit perfectly in the user’s hand. Length too should be good enough
  • Should be less noisy
  • Run time should be long. Preferably 30 minutes and more
  • Fast recharge time
  • Cordless and corded both should be available
  • Cleaning brush should be provided
  • Easy to wash and clean

Which companies sell hair trimmers?

There are many companies which manufacture hair trimmers and the products from following brands are highly recommended:

  • Nova
  • Brite
  • Philips
  • Braun
  • Panasonic
  • Wahl

You can see the extensive range of trimmers available on Flipkart and Amazon

Things to keep in mind while buying online:

  • Always buy from a seller which offers original products
  • 100% return guarantee
  • Seller rating is high
  • Customer reviews are good
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How Indians Should Save Money on Abroad Holiday

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According to the data from World Bank website Indian’s have spent nearly INR 13.8 Billion during the year 2011-2015 on abroad travel and the number is expected to rise in the coming years because of higher disposable income and lifestyle changes. With such an enormous spend on travel, it is very much essential for everyone to understand the necessity of careful and advanced planning while travelling abroad which includes choosing the right destination and arranging money without affecting the financial goal and in turn save money.

So here are the do’s and dont’s of how to arrange money for abroad travel in an efficient manner and save money especially when you are on a tight budget:

  • Never borrow money by taking a personal loan: Holiday in a foreign country requires huge amount of money. For e.g. when travelling to Europe, a 3 member family would need around Rs. 3.5 Lacs, assuming 1.2 Lacs per head. So if you think of taking a personal loan, which is very easy to get but then you’ll fall under the trap of EMI. Personal loan interest rate which falls between 13%-25% will further strain on your wallet. And ideally personal loan tenure is minimum 3 years, so monthly EMI will keep on haunting you.
  • Try to limit use of Indian credit card abroad: When you use credit card abroad although it protects you from theft when carrying cash then be careful. You should know various charges while using credit card abroad such as foreign currency conversion which is in the range of 1%-3% which further add up to the monthly bill. Read in detail on pros and cons of using credit card abroad and various charges.
  • Do not use money from your investment products: If you are thinking of taking money out of your investment products then it would be a big mistake. This would impact you in the long run and returns would be on a lower side which will ultimately affect your financial goal.

So how can you save and arrange money in an efficient manner?

  1. Plan Early: This is the most important tip for you. When you plan out 6-8 months in advance, you can get best deals on airfare, foreign exchange, hotel booking etc. And this can save you not less than 15% compared to the last minute planning which naturally turns out to be painful as the expenses for the above mentioned things increases as you get limited choices. Look for sites offering cheapest flight offers. And book your tickets on weekdays as airfares are expensive especially on weekends.
  2. Give a detailed thought on various expenses: Your planning should also involve researching on various expenses required for restaurants, visiting attractions, internal travelling etc. For e.g. you should make use of coupon deals for food, make use of Uber deals for internal travel, if you are travelling in a group then look for bulk discounts offered especially by hotels etc. This way you can save decent amount of money.
  3. Start investment especially into equity: Although such investments are subject to market risks and various other factors, when someone plans abroad trip starts 2-3 years in advance, then the return on investments from equities can help in generating good money and eventually you will have to save less every month. But if you planning period is short and you have decided to travel within a year then debt instrument is a favorable investment option although the returns would be less considering the short tenure, you will have to save more money every month. Other safe option is recurring deposit with any bank. Another way to invest in RD is through travel planning companies like SOTC, Thomas Cook and others who have partnered with leading banks. They have started various savings plan for people who are planning to travel. So if you save money in RD through these schemes then benefits would be as follows:
    • 13th month installment will be paid by the travel company
    • You will get discount by the company in addition to the interest
  4. Do not use Indian credit card at ATM abroad: Using credit card for withdrawing cash either in India or abroad carries a charge. But when you withdraw money when you are abroad then you would end up paying higher and also affect credit score as banks might think that due to lack of funds you are relying only on credit card. Read tips on improving credit score in India.
  5. Carry basic medications: You are always at a risk of health problems when travelling abroad. This can be due to change in food, weather conditions etc. So it is best to carry medicines for stomach infections, fever, headache and other common illnesses rather than visiting local doctors as cost of medical expenses are on a higher side compared to India. You can also buy travel insurance which will provide coverage for many things such as malfunctioning of electronic device, flight cancellation etc. Check out how to buy cheapest medicines in India.

With above mentioned tips you can save decent money during your abroad travel.

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PAHAL Scheme Last Date 31/03/15, Parking Period 30/06/15

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PAHAL (DBTL) Scheme

PAHAL scheme was launched on 01stJune 2013 by Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas and covered 291 districts. But since Aadhar number was mandatory in order to avail subsidy, consumers faced a hard time in getting enrolled as procedure to get Aadhar card was tedious in addition to the delay in delivery of Aadhar card.

However in Nov’14 the scheme was re-launched and under this, LPG consumers of Indane, HPCL, Bharat who have enrolled in the scheme under two phases as mentioned below can avail Direct Benefit Transfer for LPG (DBTL) without even having Aadhar number. Only condition is that the consumer must have bank account and LPG account on his/her name.

  • Phase-I: PAHAL started on 15Nov2014 in select 54 districts and ended on 14Feb 2015
  • Phase-II: Launched in remaining 622 districts on 01stJan 2015 and will end on 31stMarch 2015. 

Parking Period: Those who couldn’t join PAHAL scheme before 31stMarch 2015 can still enroll before 30th June 2015. The period is called parking period. However until they join, LPG cylinders can be purchased ONLY at market rate and no subsidy would be transferred. Once they get enrolled, they will get permanent advance along with the due subsidised amount for the financial year. This parking period is actually because of government’s generosity. Check out benefits of PAHAL scheme in detail.

People from rural areas still do not have bank account and they face hard time to get enrolled in DBTL scheme. For such people, a very simple solution is to open zero balance savings account at free of cost under Pradhanmantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY). Procedure to open account under PMJDY is very simple and also offers various benefits to the account holders such as RuPay card, accident insurance and other.

  • It is the world’s largest cash transfer scheme with over 9.75 crore consumers covered till Jan’15.PAHAL (DBTL) Scheme
  • As of now, over 5,500 Crore has been deposited into the bank account of consumers who have enrolled for this scheme.
  • Although this scheme is for every Indian household, it’s main aim is to benefit people from poor section of the society. So people with higher income are welcome to opt out of this scheme. This way amount worth crores can be saved.
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PAHAL Scheme: Benefits, Joining Form to Get LPG Subsidy

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PAHAL (DBTL) Scheme for LPG Subsidy

Pratyaksh Hanstantrit Labh (PAHAL) scheme also called as Direct Benefit Transfer for LPG (DBTL) was launched to provide liquified petroleum gas (LPG) cylinder of Bharat, Indane, HP at subsidised rate to the Indian consumer. This will mark an end to duplicate or misuse of LPG connections which are very common in India. Customers who get enrolled in PAHAL scheme are referred to as Cash Transfer Compliant (CTC). Last date to join the scheme is 31stMarch 2015

Benefits to the consumer

  • Once the customer is enrolled in PAHAL and books cylinder for the first time, he/she will get cash subsidy (Rs. 568) as an permanent advance directly into
    their bank account which can be used to pay for the first cylinder.
  • This advance then can be used to buy 12 LPG cylinders weighing 14.2 Kgs OR 34 5 Kgs cylinders. Subsidy amount = Current subsidised rate – market price. This difference amount is credited to the customer’s bank account.
  • New LPG’s would be available in the market in a much simpler way as compared to previous process as back logs would be reduced.

How to get LPG cylinder at subsidised rate?

  • Those to want to get enrolled into PAHAL scheme to get gas cylinder at subsidised rate should have either Aadhar number or an active bank account.
    Hurry, those who do not have bank account, can open zero balance account under Pradhanmantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) which offers many benefits.
  • Aadhar card holder should get Aadhar number linked to the bank account in order to avail the subsidy amount.
  • Individuals meeting above mandatory requirement, then needs to link Aadhar number or bank account number to the 17 digit LPG connection ID.
  • For linking, individual should approach his/her area’s LPG distributor who will then save these details in their computer system.

PAHAL Scheme Joining Form

It’s a one page form and looks like below (due to space constraints, I’ve split it into 2 images):

Pahal Scheme Joining Form

Pahal Scheme Joining Form – (I)

There are 3 sections to be filled as mentioned below depending on which option you’ve checked from 1-3.
Part-A: Put your 17 digit LPG consumer number/ID and exact name as mentioned in LPG connection. You can get this number from blue book or cash receipt of the gas cylinder.

DTDL Scheme Joining Form

Pahal Scheme Joining Form (II)

Part-B: Mention your 12 digit Aadhar card number

Part-C: Mention your bank account details. Details of LPG connection holder’s and bank account should match. Otherwise your application will get rejected. Details required are:

  • Bank account number and branch name
  • Account holder name (this should be same as mentioned in your LPG book)
  • IFSC code of the respective bank

Sign on the declaration by entering date and place. Finally you’ll get an acknowledgement slip.

Other documents required: Photo copy of Aadhar card, LPG bill or blue copy with your 17 digit LPG consumer number and one cross check in the name of LPG distributor.

How to track status of your enrolment?

LPG consumers who have provided their mobile numbers with their distributors when they join PAHAL scheme will receive SMS about the status. So make sure to provide mobile number while filing joining form. Also read about parking period under PAHAL scheme.

How to opt out of DBTL scheme

It is very easy procedure. In order to do this, you need to fill subsidy surrender form and give it to LPG distributor.

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Cheapest Glucometer Test Strips @ Rs. 499-525, Low Price

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Low Price Glucometer

Glucometer is also called as Glucose meter and is used to measure glucose level in the blood of patients suffering from diabetes. The procedure to check the level is very easy – by placing the small drop of blood after pricking the skin with lancet on a disposable test strip, the meter displays the glucose concentration in mg/dl or mmol/l present in the blood of the person within 5-10 second. You can purchase the glucometer online and any medical store.

Here are some of the best and cheapest glucometer test strips available online by famous brands on flipkart.com. The product kit contains test strips in 10, 50 & 100 numbers and also contains usage method. Make sure all the recommended steps are followed correctly so that the results are accurate.

Also displayed below are the glucose meter test strips in higher price range starting from Rs. 600 and above by the famous healthcare brands such as Johnson & Johnson, Bayer, Accu-Chek, Omron and others. These are available at discounted price.

Precautionary Measures

Here are the most important tips while using glucometer:

  • Always wash your hands before taking the test to avoid incorrect results. If your finger contains germs then it affects the blood glucose measurement
  • If your finger comes in contact with fruit/sugar coated eating items then the device will show increased high blood glucose level
  • Make sure enough blood is taken out after puncturing the finger otherwise the monitor will show low blood sugar level
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6 Ways Lemon Saves Money, Protects Clothes, Utensils….

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How Lemon Saves Money

Everyone use lemon to give taste to their food. But have you ever thought that buying a lemon can actually save you money and protect your belongings? Then read this…

As a dishwashing bar

Every household makes use of dishwashing bar or liquid to clean utensils everyday. But you can try this simple money saving solution: Take few slices of lemon and add it in dishwashing water. This solution will give a sparkling look to your utensils.

Perspiration marks on woollen clothes

People who perspire more often see perspiration marks on sweaters/jackets or other woollen materials. Ideally people would use expensive liquids to remove such marks. But instead, you can create solution of lemon juice and water to clean these marks and then keep clothes out in air for drying. You will see marks disappear.

Shine your shoes

Your office/school shoe loses shine as it gets older. But rubbing a cloth dampened in lemon juice solution can get back it’s original shine increasing the life of the shoe. No need to put money on shoe polish. In case of leather becomes hard, apply lemon juice. Once it gets dried, apply polish in a normal way. Doing this will soften the leather material.

Remove stains on kettles

Removing stains inside the kettle is very difficult. As an easy solution to this, take 2-3 lemon skins and keep it on boil. Then pour this water inside the kettle and then rinse it. This will remove the stain and also add lemon aroma.

Protect your clothes

Many a times your detergent powder/bleach keeps stains on your clothes as it is. Best solution to this is to add small cup of lemon juice along with your usual washing detergent. You will notice visible change in any stains and also your clothes would smell nice. Also remember, lemon juice does not harm your clothes.

Hard stains on dishes

Scrubbing your dishes/spoons with lemon after sprinkling baking soda on it’s top is one of excellent remedy to remove hard stains.

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Cheapest Hair Extensions @ Rs. 269 | Buy Online

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Cheapest Hair Extensions

You can beautify your hair artificially using hair extensions with ease and save time. This artificial synthetic product helps to style your hair in any shape or size and giving natural look to your hair. There are many methods of integration such as clip-on, bonding, fusion, micro rings, nettings, lace fonts and tracking available online on amazon.in and flipkart.com with price ranging from Rs. 200 to thousands. But here are the cheapest hair extensions available on these two sites:

Benefits/Features

  • Gets attached to your existing hair quickly and saves time
  • Gives any desired length such as long, short, curls and trimmed as per the requirement
  • Various colors are available such as black, brown, burgandy, red and others
  • Application is very easy
  • Washable. See below for more details on cleaning your extension.

(Instructions to use is available along with the product)

How to Care

In order to increase the life span of your extension following simple precautions should be taken:

  • Never brush it harshly
  • For cleaning the hair extension, take small quantity of water and add natural shampoo. Then rinse and wash in this solution
  • Rubbing, wringing and twisting should be avoided when the extension is wet
  • With proper care, you can increase the life span to 3+ years

Best Natural Products for Healthy Hair

Homemade shampoo using reetha, amla and shikakai is the best natural cure for your hair. Soak this mixture at night and then in the morning keep it for boiling and let it cool. Then filter the thick leftover and use it as a shampoo. Also see how to use basil leaves for hair care.

Interesting Facts

Hair extensions are also called hair hats or artificial hair integrators. It is believed that Egyptians were the first to use it human hair extensions by using simple application system of weaving and knotting.

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Low Cost Hair Dryer Online @ Rs. 437-Rs. 625

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Buy Cheapest Hair Dryer

Hair dryer is used to remove dampness and evaporate water present in the hair. This is done by blowing air hot or cool air over your hair. You can buy cheapest hair dryer online from flipkart or amazon.in from the famous brands Philips, Vega and Panasonic.

Benefits and Features

  • Dries your hair in a very short period of time with different speed adjustments
  • Although these hair dryers are low cost, they are easy to use and carry, light to handle
  • They are energy saver and safe to use

How to Clean Hair Dryer

With little cleaning life of hair dryer can be increased. Here’s how to do it:

  • You should know when your hair dryer filter needs cleaning. Best sign is when it becomes very hot or the flow of air weakens. If this is the case, you should remove visible lint or hair using tweezers.
  • If lint is stuck in vent and wire screen using a small wire brush
  • As per the instructions given in the manual, you should wash or vacuum the filter
  • For cleaning the side vents and grills, use hose attachment

Best Natural Cure for Dry Hair – Save Money

Mixture of olive oil and egg yolk is a natural wonder for your dry and lacklustre hair. Prepare a mixture by taking 2 eggs and half a cup of olive oil. Continuously stir this mixture and then apply on your hair by covering it with a shower cap. Finally rinse your hair after 45 minutes.

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Cheapest Hair Dryer in India @ Rs.560

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Low Cost Hair Dryer in India

Hair dryer is used for evaporating water present in the hair to make it dry and give it a desired shape. In India, you can purchase cheapest hair dryer either in physical store or online sites such as amazon.in and flipkart.com from the famous brands such as Philips, Panasonic and Vega. Buying online saves you money and time as you get products at lower price along with offers many a times. Here are some of the cheapest hair dryers sold online:

Precautions while hair drying for best results

  • Never put heat setting to extreme high
  • Minimum 8-10 inches distance should be maintained between dryer and hair
  • For healthy and lustrous hair, drying should be done from root to the end
  • Never apply heat on single spot and keep on moving the dryer. This is important to avoid damage
  • If you have shampooed hair, do not use the device immediately. As a preventive measure, use towel to dry your hair for 20 minutes

Dove Hairfall Rescue Hair Oil, 90ml @ Rs.178 at Amazon
Buy Khadi Ayurvedic Hair Regrowth Tonic from Flipkart @ Rs.279

Benefits

  1. Dries your hair quickly
  2. Reduces frizziness and gives smoothness to the hair
  3. Very handy and can be used by both men and women
  4. Delivery at your preferred location
  5. 2 year manufacturer warranty

Interesting Facts about Hair Dryer

  1. The making of hair dryer was inspired by vacuum cleaner; which was used for drying hair before hair dryer was invented
  2. First hair dryer was invented in the year 1890 by Alexander Godefroy
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Save Money on Diabetes: Generics, Discount Supplies

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How to Save Money on Diabetes Treatment

Diabetes is dangerous for your life and a pocket burner i.e. the cost of medications and other supplies for diabetes treatment affects your savings. And with rising inflation, you should always look for saving money on each and every thing you buy such as groceries, insurance, living expenses and so on. And when it comes to diabetes, you have to make multiple visits to doctors, take daily dose of medicine, frequent blood sugar tests and many more which inflates your medical bills. But there are various ways you can save money on diabetes treatment. So what are these cost effective secrets? Let’s check it out:

Generic Medicines for Diabetes

Generic drugs are very cheap as compared to prescription drugs but still offer same quality. So while visiting your doctor always ask for generic drug. Buying these medicines will definitely help to save money on diabetes medicines. In India, generic medicines can be purchased from Jeevandhara Stores and Akunuri Medicals, Hyderabad. In case generic drug is not available, the ask your doctor for an alternate medicine from different brand which costs less. Government of Rajasthan offers generic anti-diabetic drug. (Refer Sr. No. 423 onwards on the link)

Online Discounts on Diabetes Supplies

You many not be aware that there are large number of discounts available on diabetic products such as test strips, slippers, glucose meters and others on sites such as amazon.in and flipkart.com. But make sure you read reviews while buying any of these products be it online or in store. In fact you should buy medicines online as you can get discounts and sometimes other free stuffs along with the medicines.

Buy Truworth G-30 Glucometer from Flipkart.com at Rs.575
DAB MSG Slippers for Diabetics at Rs.1950 from Amazon
EZ Smart 606 Glucometer test strips, 25 Strips at Rs.395 from Amazon

Buy Medicines in Bulk: Diabetic patients often have to take medicines everyday depending on the type and condition as prescribed by the doctors. So instead of buying common medicines in small numbers, buy them in bulk as you can get discounts. But please check the expiry date while buying medicines in bulk. In United States, there are associations which offers financial assistance and affordable medications as www.pparx.org, www.needymeds.org, www.rxoutreach.org.

Stay Away from Gimmicky Offers: To lure diabetes sufferers, companies often market their products with fake promises such as diet free soda, sugarless products etc which can have reverse effect on your health. So instead of buying such products go for homemade meals and home remedies.

Home Remedies: Controlling the blood sugar level can prevent diabetes from reaching you. Vegetables such as bitter gourd, cinnamon, amla should be a part of your daily diet. Here’s how you should make use of these:

  • Bitter Gourd: Extract the juice from the seeds of bitter gourd (3-4 in quantity) and mix in a glass of water and drink this every morning. You’ll see a significant change in blood sugar level. You can also cook it and have it in your meal.
  • Cinnamon: Drinking 1/2 tbsp of cinnamon in warm water lowers the blood sugar level.
  • Amla (Indian Gooseberry): Combined mixture of amla and bitter gourd juice when taken daily helps in controlling the blood sugar level.

(Note: Always consult your doctor while using any kind of home remedies/diet)

Diet: Healthy and balanced food habit is the most essential step in controlling and prevention of diabetes. What you eat reflects on your health. There are many books on diabetes recipes/meal plans available online. Buy them once and it’ll last for years.

Buy Diabetes Diet Plan with Diabetic Meals at Rs. 682
Buy Diet, Diabetes and You (English)at Rs. 147 from Flipkart.com
Healthy Indian Cooking for Diabetes (New) at Rs. 297 from Sanjeev Kapoor

Yoga: Increase in blood sugar is directly related to increase in stress, weight and blood pressure. Controlling these three factors will definitely reduce the chances of getting diabetes. You can get trained by a yoga certified professional or also watch videos online and then practice on your own. But basic stress buster yoga such as pranayama can be done at home as well. Watch out this video on Yoga for diabetes:

Exercises: Keeping weight in control is the key to control diabetes. People these days invest money going to gym? Instead watch videos on youtube.com and practice the same everyday at home. And you don’t have to perform very rigorous fitness regime. Even basic exercises along with strict diet regime can give you fruitful results for sure. Ask your doctor whether such basic exercises are sufficient in weight control. If not, then join a gym. But you can still save money by taking membership at gym. Paying money once instead of every month can also save you money.

Take Insurance: Buying insurance policy for diabetes care is highly recommended. Most of these policies cover complications in diabetic patients and also cover hospitalization expenses for any other medical ailments which is a very big advantage as complications arising due to diabetes can further increase medical expenses. In India, Star Health, ICICI Prudential and Apollo Munich.

Diabetes Day – Free Test: Every year on World Diabetes Day on 14th November, free medical check-ups are held. So you and your family should definitely get enrolled.

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