Exploring Natural Hair Care Products and Techniques

  • Taking Steps To Avoid The Development Of Skin Cancers

    25 March 2015

    If you are extremely active and spend a lot of time outdoors, protecting your skin from the ravages of ultraviolet rays is extremely important. These rays can cause different types of skin cancers. Basal cell and squamous carcinomas are the most common types of carcinomas, but they are treated successfully and are curable. Melanoma is the third most common type of skin cancer and is the deadliest of all skin cancers.

  • A Great Spring Or Summer Hair Style: Understanding Hair Extensions And Micro Braids

    19 March 2015

    As warmer weather approaches, plenty of women are looking for ways to get their workouts in, enjoy the sunshine, hit the beach or pool and generally enjoy life without worrying about maintaining a hairstyle. Micro braids provide an excellent low maintenance hairstyle that women can get in order to achieve this. These braids are long, full and require you to purchase the best hair extensions that you can get your hands on.

  • Anti-Aging Procedures: What Your Dermatologist Can Do For You

    19 March 2015

    When it comes to skincare, the primary worry of just about any woman is preventing the signs of aging on her skin. Cosmeceuticals (anti-aging products) are all the rage among women of all ages, as women strive to look as youthful as possible. However, in addition to these products available on store shelves, there are several anti-aging procedures that a cosmetic dermatologist can perform to help your skin look far younger and fresher.

  • 5 Steps To Combat Psoriasis Symptoms In The Winter

    12 March 2015

    There are roughly 7. 5 million individuals here in America that suffer from psoriasis. It is something that can have a negative impact on one's daily life. Symptoms of psoriasis often worsen when the dry, winter air arrives. To keep your skin as healthy as possible and your psoriasis under control during the colder months of the year, here are five tips: Moisturize, and Do It Often. With psoriasis, your skin is already dry.