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Monthly Archives: January 2018

Hair Care

Have a hair-care routine

Having a fixed period or interval of days in which you wash your hair and oil them helps to keep the hair nourished and healthy. It also prevents them from shedding and other scalp related problems.

Shampoo well

Firstly we must pick up the shampoo that has the right PH balance and is not too acidic in nature as it damages the hair. Also, we can use apple cider vinegar as a pre-shampoo treatment to help add nutrients and have an added shine to hair after they are washed. We should apply the shampoo from the roots to the mid-shaft of the hair. We must strictly avoid silicone, sulphate and alcohol-based shampoo. We must rinse the shampoo with cold water as hot water opens the pores which lead to hair-fall. Never I mean never ever in your whole life brush or tie wet hair this leads to the development of head lease and dandruff. We must not wash our hair regularly and also wrap out with a cotton towel or a t-shirt after we wash them.

Coconut oil

When we need healthy hair coconut oil is our best friend. Coconut not only nourishes the hair by adding nutrients to them but also moisturizes and untangles the hair. It’s not greasy and helps restore the lost nutrients.

Sleep

We must have an adequate 8hrs. Of sleep, at night it helps our body to repair itself and treat the damages that are happening on a day to day basis. Also or having healthy hair we should sleep on silk pillows as they are softer on hair as compared to normal pillow cases when we toss and turn during our sleep and also be must braid our hair while sleeping as it helps to prevent them from getting tangled.

About Fight Aging

Some of the greatest benefits include improved mental and cognitive function, stronger cardiovascular system, increased lean body mass and decreased body fat, improve sexual function, fewer wrinkles, thicker skin and better skin tone. The main components of anti-aging to include in your program are:Optimal nutrition, proper skincare, regular exercise, hormone replacement therapy, and lifestyle behavioral changes such as smoke, stress management, and reduced alcohol consumption.

Exercise is the simplest and least expensive anti-aging tool. You can work with a personal trainer, and better yet, participation in a regular fitness program will provide you needed exercise benefits. Be sure to check with your physician before beginning any rigorous exercise program.

If your body is armed with the ammunition to defend itself, your body will have stronger immunity and reduced disease, and you’ll find yourself seeking medical attention less frequently. Through the synergistic action of all these components, anti-aging scientists have observed a significant change and even reversal of some aging effects. Now it’s your turn to observe these changes in your skin and body. Discuss additional options for addressing changes to your skin with your skincare professional professional.

Remove Dye From Hair

Color Fix by Jheri Redding is designed to remove unwanted permant hair color, and controlled usage allows color correction to specific areas, either full or slight color corrections.

Loreal Color Zap gently washes away all permanent haircolor. Ideal for color correction, removal of dark shades, muddy, uneven results or color build up. Leaves hair ready for immediate re-coloring. Loreal Effasol Color Remover washes away permanent haircolor, leaving hair ready for recoloring. Can be used with water or developer.

Jerome Rusell’s Punky Color Punk Off is an easy to use gel that will cleanse your skin from hair dye stains.

Roux Clean Touch is a gentle formula that removes haircolor from skin and scalp. Removes excess color from hair ends and assists in removing stains from clothing.

Home remedies include this one:

Hot Oil treatments, hairspray, shampooing and exposure to water will gradually fade hair dye.

To remove the last bit of residue or stain on the hair (or to get color out immediately) make up a small batch of bleach mixture and add it to 2 tablespoons or so of shampoo in a cup. Stir it up.

Shampoo your hair with this mixture, “kneading” the hair. Start at the roots and work your way down to the end, and then back up.

You should see the color disappear right before your eyes.

Black hair dye is a special case.

It’s very hard to remove black hair dye from your hair completely, especially if it’s permanent. Better to let it grow out and not bleach it. Bleaching with chemicals damages the hair it may make it so stretchy and thin that it comes out in your comb.

Likewise if black hair dye stains skin or fabric. The best way is to prevent it from staining in the first place by applying Vaseline around the hairline before dyeing.

Moisturizer Is Essential

Hydrating your skin is key to making your skin look healthy, plumb and glowy. Dry, dehydrated skin not only feels tight and uncomfortable but it’s also more likely to age and wrinkle. Using a moisturizer regularly can help keep fine lines away, and give the appearance of younger skin.

Many moisturizers go beyond hydrating ingredients. They have other active ingredients to perk tired skin and make it look plumper and younger. For example, an evening moisturizer may contain Vitamin A derivatives to help skin texture and tone. A morning one could include Vitamin C and other antioxidants to perk up skin and fight pollution damage.

A typical moisturizer will also seal any previous treatment cosmetic you have applied to your skin. It acts as the finishing element of your beauty routine, ensuring that the active skincare toners and serums you just applied have time to work.

Most people who say they don’t like moisturizer are actually using one without knowing. Not all moisturizers are creams! A refreshing hydrating gel or a few drops of marula oil after your toner are have the same function as cream moisturizers.

Modern cosmetic brands invest a lot of time and effort researching alternative ways to deliver hydration and protection to skin. There are many natural moisturizers in the market that do away with mineral oils, preservatives and other chemicals that may irritate skin. At the same time, lighter formulations that provide longer lasting hydration keep coming into the market.

Moisturizer and your Makeup Routine

Healthy, hydrated skin is a much better canvas for makeup. In fact, you may find that you need less foundation or concealer if your skin is properly moisturized. The trend for no-makeup makeup starts with glowing, healthy skin and that means using moisturizer and hydrating masks as a base.

If you feel that your moisturizer is making your foundation slip off, you may need to use a primer. Or at least wait five minutes for the moisturizer to be absorbed by your skin before you apply makeup.

There are people who pass on moisturizer because they feel it makes their skin oily, or makes them break out. This is usually due to using a moisturizer that is too rich for your skin type. For example, somebody with oily skin should be using an oil-free, mattifying moisturizer instead.

Consider your main skin concerns and personal preferences before disregarding moisturizing altogether. If you don’t like the feeling of heavy creams, choose a lotion or even a light oil such as squalane oil.

Without moisturizing, your skincare routine will feel incomplete. Moisturizing protects your skin natural barrier that prevents outside elements from harming it. Without a moisturizer, your skin is left to fend for itself against cold, pollution and dry air. This can cause discomfort and premature ageing.