Teaching Your Child Healthy Hair Care Habits

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Many things that we do to style our hair actually damage our hair. Over the years, this damage can accumulate, leading to unhealthy and unattractive hair. The best way to prevent unhealthy hair is to teach children healthy habits for taking care of their hair. To help kids develop good hair-care habits that help prevent hair damage, dermatologists give parents the following tips: • Make braids and ponytails loose and use covered rubber bands. • Consider styles that don’t require heat and chemical treatments. • When using heat on hair, lower...

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Why Winter Feels Like A Never Ending Monday

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In summer, we celebrate the endless days of light and sunshine. But winter? Each cold and cloudy day is just one more date to mark off on the calendar. How many more days until Spring? Brrrr! It’s no wonder that depression and suicide rates go up as sunlight and temperatures drop. That’s why it’s so important to take additional self-care measures to carry you through the cold season. 1. Increase your vitamin D. Sunlight levels are less in the winter, but get as much of it as you can and increase your vitamin D. It helps to increase energy...

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Getting To The Root Of Oily Hair

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Oily hair is so frustrating! Greasy strands and over-styling can just make you want to scream. If dry shampoo isn’t your friend, it’s time to include it and here’s why. Oil, or sebum, is generally solid at room temperature, but it starts to melt at body temperature. That’s why hair is greasiest at the roots. A dry shampoo gives your hair much needed oil relief, as well as body, volume, and shine. But what else can you do to tame that oily mane? Here are a few suggestions: – Avoid aggressive shampooing. Aggressive shampooing not only...

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Do You Have To Be A Celebrity To Have Skin Like This?

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Do you despair that only the rich and famous can have gorgeous skin? Dear…dear…It’s time we had a talk! Intense Pulsed Light therapy can make a dramatic difference in your skin and how you think of yourself. It rejuvenates, restores and smoothes out uneven skin tone, reducing or eliminating a great number of age-related problems. And the down time is practically non-existent! Why? Because the light marches right past your epidermis, which is the outer layer of your skin. It then gently heats the cells of your dermis, the deeper layer of your...

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The Top 6 Styling Tools For Curly Hair

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Curly hair needs special care for super styling. Take a look at our tried and true tools for manageable locks. You may be surprised! – Wide-tooth comb- For textured hair, this is your friend! Because the teeth are wide, it allows your hair space to glide through without causing tangles. Apply your conditioner and then detangle. – Denman Brush- Whether you use it to define your curls or to clump them after applying gel, every hair thickness and curl pattern can find a brush that works best for them. – Micro-fiber towels-...

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Can You Really Get Glam On The Go?

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You know it, girl! Always do the basics of skin care: cleansing, exfoliating, and moisturizing. That’s the foundation to good skin. But if you’re looking to build on the basics, (and who isn’t?) microdermabrasion is a professional exfoliation treatment that is truly remarkable. works for almost any age. With a handheld device, the power of a vacuum suction and exfoliation rids your skin of common skin problems. Do any of these skin challenges sound familiar? – fine lines – wrinkles – age spots – facial creases –...

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The Secret Of Greying Beautifully

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It’s really not a couple of dirty words! In fact, going grey has actually become a trend in recent years. If you make the decision to go grey, the look can be dazzling, but it must be done right! Why Do We Grey? Going grey can start as early as 15, but for 25% of the population, those telltale signs of age start in our early 30’s. So much of it has to do with heredity. If your family greys early, mostly likely, so will you. Cells call melanocytes determine the color of your hair. As melanocytes become less active (as they do in our 20’s),...

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These Sneaky Habits Can Cause Acne

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What gives? You’re way past high school but your skin is still stuck in adolescence. Grrrr! It’s enough to make even the most patient person lose their cool. Acne-prone people are born with four to five times more skin cells than the average person. They also produce more oil (like you didn’t know that, right?) If you’re doing everything you know to do to keep acne at bay, but are still fighting it, here are a few factors that contribute to this pesky problem: Makeup with the artificial colors FD & C. It can cause breakouts around your...

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What To Do With Very Dense Hair

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Go classic, of course! The layered bob is exactly that. With a strong shape, its refined look creates swing and movement, both created by soft layers. Victoria Beckham is most famous for the layered bob, but Kelly Osbourne has also created quite a stir with her rendition, softening her square face shape. Both women have fine to medium textured hair that is quite dense. Another versatile short hairstyle that screams sass and class! Call Us On 08 9418 8874

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Nervous About Getting Your Chest Waxed? Don’t Be!

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There’s really no need to be nervous! In less than 30 minutes you can have a smooth, sexy chest. Here are a few pointers to help ease you into it. No, waxing isn’t painless. However, it’s not nearly as bad as it was portrayed in the movie, “What Do Women Want?” with Mel Gibson. The longer the hair, the greater the pain. Trim the area to ¼ inch/.6 cm before you come in. Or, we can do it for you. Either way, you’ll thank us for it. It’s less uncomfortable and allows us to work more quickly. Check your “macho” at the door. This is no time to go...

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