Exploring Natural Hair Care Products and Techniques

  • Losing Your Hair? 3 Ways To Care For Your Hair During And After Chemotherapy

    7 September 2016

    Hair loss is perhaps the most visible side effect of chemotherapy, a widely used treatment for many types of cancer. Since chemotherapy attacks all growing cells in the body, it often attacks hair roots, leading to hair loss all over the body. Hair loss generally starts soon after treatment begins and the hair doesn't grow back until approximately 3 to 6 months after treatment ends.  While not all people lose all their hair, most people experience devastating hair loss during chemotherapy.

  • How to Lessen the Appearance of Stretch Marks

    29 February 2016

    There may not be any miracle cure creams or lotions that will instantly remove stretch marks, however, there are several natural ingredients that will lessen the appearance of stretch marks and help them fade away. These natural ingredients work because they contain protein to rebuild your skin and moisturizers to soften and nourish your skin. If applied several times a day, these natural ingredients will work to reduce the appearance of stretch marks and scars.

  • How To Face A Future With Beautiful Skin

    21 December 2015

    Have you ever seen a person who has a great physique or a fabulous figure, and, then, when you're close enough to see the face, it's weathered and old-looking? That person might be the athletic type who was outdoors all the time or who has worked out to earn a great body. On the other hand, the same individual probably didn't use sunscreen and moisturizers. Then there's the gal who is trying to maintain a youthful face by applying too much makeup.

  • Quell Sweat Naturally: Prevent, Reduce, And Repel Stinky Sweat

    10 December 2015

    Everyone sweats, but that does not mean that you have to like it. Do not fret, you can do something about taking care of your sweat naturally with the following guide. You will learn how to reduce sweat naturally and be shown a few deodorant solutions. Prevent Sweat Consider the following to prevent sweat: Try to avoid eating hot or spicy foods, as they can activate your sweat glands Use your deodorant a few times per day Take more showers Carry antibacterial solution because the smell of sweat is created by bacteria byproducts Try to lose weight (if overweight) because excess weight can make you sweat more Shave your problem areas because hair may trap sweat and help bacteria blossom Reduce Sweat Naturally

  • 2 Natural Alternatives To Commercial Hair Dye

    17 November 2015

    If you are concerned about the chemicals used in commercial produced hair dyes, then you have an alternative. There are natural methods to dye your hair. These were used for years before the use of synthetic coloring agents. In fact, it wasn't until 1907 that the first synthetic hair dye was created. Up until that time people used natural substances such as lemon, henna, and chamomile. Here are some natural ways to color your hair.

  • 3 Tips About Buying And Using The Right Chamois Shorts For Aspiring Female Road Cyclists

    31 August 2015

    If you are a woman and interested in exploring the challenges of becoming a cyclist, you are not alone. Recent statistics have established that more than four out of five American women see bicyclists  in a positive way, but unfortunately, as recently as 2009, only 24% of bicycle trips were made by women. One common reason that women do not cycle or do not do it frequently is due to their lack of comfort spending long periods of time on a bicycle.

  • Laser Skin Resurfacing: How It Works

    21 July 2015

    Laser technology has become increasingly popular to help with aesthetic improvement. Laser technology is used to whiten teeth, provide anti-aging procedures, get rid of stretch marks, and more. One laser technology that can be helpful for anyone looking to improve their appearance is laser skin resurfacing, which can help to remove acne scars, wrinkles, dark spots, and more. Here is how the procedure works: Anesthesia:  The first thing that is done is administering anesthesia.