Most people put a lot of work into keeping their skin and hair clean. You shampoo often, and you do a good job of keeping your hair well cared for with top-of-the-line products. How much time and attention do you put into the hair brushes you use every day? Sometimes, this can be a breeding ground for bacteria, creating a risk of contaminating your hair and, more importantly, your scalp with every stroke through your hair. It is necessary to do what it takes to keep your hair brushes clean to avoid this. It is also not difficult to do.
Green tea and hair – how do the two relate to each other? For those who are looking for a way to improve the look and feel of their hair, this natural tea – one that is often touted as being good for you to drink – could be a part of your hair regimen as well. With a bit of an update to your hair regimen, you may find that this good health beverage may be able to add a few more benefits to your hair than you thought. Make sure you’re healthy enough to drink green tea (it does have a significant amount of caffeine in it). If so, consider these tips.
Hair shedding can be one of the worst feelings. It is very common for people to lose at least some hair during the winter months. However, there are situations where a person may lose a significantly higher amount. For those who suffer from hair shedding, a condition in which a large amount of hair seems to fall out, the good news is there may be a few simple things you can do to stop this from occurring.
Have you heard of the use of low level light therapy? It is sometimes called cold laser therapy or red light therapy. All of these terms describe a process in which low level light lasers work to manage scalp tissues. This process irradiates photons to the scalp, which in turn may help to stimulate hair growth in damaged or weak cells. Does it work? For some people, it can prove to be the ideal choice for improving hair loss and minimizing the onset of ongoing hair loss.
Have you ever felt like you were waking up from a long hibernation? Many of us are feeling that way right now, especially in New York. Following a long and difficult season of quarantines and social distancing, it seems at last like there is a light at the end of the tunnel. (And just in time for spring!) New York’s COVID guidelines are relaxing, businesses are opening at higher capacities, and many of us are headed back to the office. Slowly but surely, a sense of hopefulness is returning.
When it comes to breathing new life into your hair, a hair mask may be the ideal way to do it. Perhaps you have enjoyed a face mask – an application applied to the skin of the face to help cleanse and detoxify it while also getting nutrients and moisture into it. The same concept applies to a hair mask. For those who have damaged hair, this type of application is an easy and effective way of restoring the healthy look and condition of your hair.
There’s nothing quite like holding a newborn in your arms. Yet, what many women quickly realize is that those first few months after having a child are difficult for many other areas of life. That includes hair. It is normal and natural for new mothers to lose a significant amount of hair after childbirth. Understanding what is behind it – and that’s not always the result of lack of sleep – is important.
It is possible to get more volume to your hair – and to love every minute of it. Some people struggle with hair that is flat and dull. That can be frustrating, especially if you have done everything possible to improve the situation. Having lots of volume has always been something many people seek. Yet, when you are just about give up, consider a few more tips. These strategies work for many people seeking to add more depth and styling power to their hair.
Surprisingly, there are a lot of small things you can do that can make a big impact on the way your hair look and feels. Even if you are dealing with thinning hair, a bit of focused attention could transform your locks into hair that you love. Where do you start? Here are some of the most important tips for maintaining a healthy head of hair.