HAIR CARE TIPS
Beautiful and shiny hair leaves a good impression, which is why proper hair care is important. Hair is probably one of the first things you notice about people when meeting them for the first time.
Trim Hair Regularly – You should get regular haircuts to keep your hair looking healthy. Split ends not only give your hair-neglected appeal, but also make it look unhealthy. Split ends are caused by combing and regular usage of hairstyling tools. Therefore, it is best to trim your hair every 6-8 weeks to maintain strong and healthy hair.
Use Appropriate Shampoo – It is important to use a shampoo that is designed for your hair type. Visit a professional to help you figure out what type of hair you have. If you, however, suffer from hair loss, it is best to use baby shampoos since they do not contain strong chemicals that can harm your scalp or hair.
Be Happy – Reduce stress. Stress is one of main culprit that causes hair loss in women. Your mental being is of utmost importance for overall physical health. Just be happy!
Nourish Your Scalp – If possible, use hair treatments at least once a week. In addition, there is no need for fancy in-saloon treatments that will cost you a fortune. You can make many of them on your own with few ingredients you most likely already have in your kitchen. Have a healthy, strong and beautiful hair at affordable price.
Before clipping or grooming nails, all equipment (for example, nail clippers and files) should be properly cleaned. Sterilizing equipment before use is especially important when nail tools are shared among a number of people, as is common in commercial nail salons.
Infections of the fingernails or toenails are often characterized by swelling of the surrounding skin, pain in the surrounding area, or thickening of the nail. In some cases, these infections may be serious and need to be treated by a physician.
To help prevent the spread of germs and nail infections:
- Keep nails short and trim them often.
- Scrub the underside of nails with soap and water (or a nail brush) every time you wash your hands.
- Clean any nail grooming tools before use.
- In commercial settings such as nail salons, sterilize nail grooming tools before use.
- Avoid biting or chewing nails.
- Avoid cutting cuticles, as they act as barriers to prevent infection.
- Never rip or bite a hangnail. Instead, clip it with a clean, sanitized nail trimmer.
Visiting your local nail shop is another way to keep your nails groomed. If you prefer absolutely perfect polish and medium to long nails, you’ll need a professional manicure once a week. If you favor shorter nails for a more active lifestyle, and you can do polish touch-ups at home, you may need a professional manicure only every two weeks. Or you can get Gel Polish which lasts forever and never chips.
TAKE CARE OF YOUR FEET
Make a point to wash your feet (and between your toes!) with a washcloth carefully and regularly. Yes, that means bending over in the shower to soap them up; if you can’t balance safely, use a long-handled shower brush or sit on a chair outside the tub as you wash your feet under the faucets. Be sure to dry feet completely, including between the toes. This wash-and-dry system lessens problems such as athlete’s foot, odor, bacteria and fungus.
WASHING YOUR FACE
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Clear skin is a priority for many people since the condition of the skin reveals a lot about the health of the person; and therefore, beautiful skin is naturally attractive. Because health is revealed on the outside, having skin problems can really affect a person`s self image; hence the term “feeling comfortable in one`s own skin”. As the fall and winter months approach, skin can become dry and flaky. This condition is exacerbated through the use of soaps made with synthetic chemicals. Finding an organic plant-oil based soap is a cheap and easy way to transition your skin care regimen from conventional to organic products.