I think my first pimple was when I was around 13 years old and I’ve come a long way from using rubbing alcohol to zap my zits which you should NEVER do, as it dry outs your skin. Believe me, I am now 36 years (young!), and I have had my fair share of pimples. Through the years, I have found excellent remedies including home solutions or commercial products where I can get rid of my pimples faster, easier and without harming my skin.
Keep your hair and best natural shampoos off face. I have found this extremely important as I have a lot of hair and use many silicone free shampoos that seem to affect my face skin. I know for a fact that when I put my hair up in a pony tail for 2 days, my face clears up!
Another good habit to get into is to change your pillow case each night. Not only will the clean linen do wonders for your complexion, it will also feel so good. Give yourself the 5-star hotel treatment and see how much better you sleep!
Unfortunately, it is not true. We all are familiar with, and often are victims of, elaborate marketing techniques of those who are manufacturing and pushing onto the market an endless array of different hair-care products – shampoos, creams, conditioners, masks, lotions… you name it! Most of these products are useless or even dangerous for the health of our hair – just have a look at the list of ingredients, every one of which feature some unpronounceable chemicals, artificially produced in laboratories. Can some “Sodium Lauryl Sulfate” or “Propylene Glycol”, be really beneficial for your hair? I doubt so! A good rule of thumb to keep your hair healthy and thick is to choose only natural and preferably home-made hair care products.
Loss is also seen in women during the post pregnancy period. During menopause, the hair too starts thinning. The hair follicles do not get enough nourishment and therefore remains dry leading to rapid hair fall. Apart from these factors, stress and anxiety are two big factors that cause female pattern hair loss.
If the recent research on the benefits of a daily glass of wine has you ordering Pinot Noir by the case, take heed. A cocktail a day is fine, but drowning your liver in alcohol is not. Doing so dilates the blood vessels in the skin and depletes the body of vitamins and minerals. Alcohol is also a major skin diuretic, so if you do have a drink, chase it with a big glass of water.
You’ll need hairdressing chairs for your salon. They’ll need to be the right style and colours fro your customers, and be easy for your staff and customers to use.
Watch your stress level. Too much stress in your life will lead to baldness. You can practice meditation or other stress relieving techniques to reduce your anxiety levels. You will find that your balding will abate when you reduce the amount of stress in your life. There are also many products available that can help.