Winter is coming faster than you realize, which means that dry, brittle nails and peeling, cracked skin are sure to follow. Rather than worrying about how to repair your skin after the damage is done, it’s important that you take preemptive measures to prevent your skin from drying out.
Growing your hair out is a long process that requires patience. On average, according to the CDC, your hair only grows half an inch a week. While hair growth will still take patience, there are simple changes that you can make in your lifestyle to increase your hair growth.
The design of the body requires changes to be made to adapt to the setting you’re in this fall. The skin, the body’s largest organ, responds accordingly by ridding itself of toxic substances and impurities. Problems with the skin manifest into breakouts, inflammation, and dryness. By paying close attention to your skin and refraining from doing things to irritate it further, you’re creating a solid foundation of care for it this fall.
Gummy vitamins are the latest trend. Gone are the days of swallowing giant pills for the sake of good health. You can now enjoy the benefits of additional vitamins and minerals without needing a gallon of water to choke them down.
Try as you might tosmooth down your hair, the humidity can do a number on it by making flyaways appear. Extremely annoying, it’s not something you can avoid. Or, can you? To better tame the wild beast know as flyaways, you must first know what causes them to appear. That way, you can effectively treat them and lessen their appearance.
Your skin says a lot about you. It tells others your age, lifestyle, and even skincare routine. You don’t need to hide behind a face full of make-up to disguise blemishes and flaws. In fact, you can learn to love your bare face even more by getting into better habits today.
Are dark undereye circles making you feel down? If you want to know what causes them and the steps you can take to prevent them, read further. This short guide provides suggestions on ways to minimize the appearance of ‘bags’ under the eyes so you can look and feel your best with less puffiness.
One of the most frustrating things to experience while trying to grow out your hair is having it break off. Dry and brittle, it causes split ends which eventually must be cut out in order to promote new growth. Engaging in habits that ultimately damage your hair isn’t ideal. You may not know that you’re doing things to harm it, however.
As the body’s largest organ, your skin is often overlooked in the role that it plays to protect you from environmental threats. Its number one job is to keep you safe from foreign invaders by inducing an inflammatory response. That’s why you break out right before an important, but stressful, event or after you’ve spent a week feasting on fast-food fare. It’s a protective measure to prevent you from getting sick.
Aging is inevitable. Hair loss, receding hairlines, and bald spots became a regular part of some men and women’s lives. Not only can it alter one’s appearance, but it can also have a devastating effect on a person’s confidence. If this sounds familiar, here’s how to deal with your hair loss.
Summertime is one of the best seasons for attending beach parties, picnics at the park, or outdoor concerts. But for your hair, it is the worst as humidity causes all sorts of hair issues. With a few Elon Essential products and styling techniques, here’s how you can achieve humidity-proof hair.
Make-up is generally used to enhance your features and cover up skin imperfections. It is also a confidence booster. These are definitely factors in the beauty industry, but is make-up healthy for the skin? Wearing make-up actually exposes your skin to harmful toxins and chemicals that lead to health complications. Here’s what you need to know about make-up and skin health.