10 Tips for Caring Your Long Hair +  

How you wear your hair is a matter of choice and convenience. You have got to see what suits you the best, plus, it all depends on how well you can manage your hair. There are most of us, who would want to skip giving that additional care to our mane and won't mind cropping it short. For some, short cuts seem to be just exclusively invented for them. Then, there are those who are blessed with effortlessly long, thick, lustrous hair. Let's face it, it's all in the genes. But, what about a majority of people who don't have it that easy?

7 Hair Care Tips to Maintain Healthy Hair +  

To condition or not to condition, to oil or not to oil - when it comes to your hair you'll find all kinds of advice. Mothers' will tell you to "oil your hair" while your hair dresser will recommend the new IT thing "hair spa, Moroccan oil, strengthening not rebonding and all." Before you pick your choice of treatment, here are a few things you must know.The first step in hair-care is your diet and the two most important things in your diet are iron and protein.


Recently, sulfates—the dirt-and-oil-grabbing detergents that also sadly wash your healthy shiny hair oils away with them—have become the enemy of even mainstream shampoos. 


Glossy hair is no longer the exclusive right of red-carpet beauties, it’s easy to achieve at home with just a few simple steps.

1) Cleanse and clarify
Use a clarifying shampoo to deeply cleanse your hair, getting rid of any product build-up and giving it the clean, healthy shine that you crave. Quick tip: If you have colored hair, then hold off from using clarifiers until the color has really taken hold, as it could cause fading.


With so many products promising so many things, it can get confusing! We’ve made it easy for you. These are the five hair care essentials that you should keep handy in your hair care arsenal.

1) Leave-in conditioner
Not only can these conditioning hair products add extra nourishment to your hair, they also may have UV filters or are specially formulated to protext hair. Have a look at the Garnier Leave-In range for ideas.

What The Age Spots Are and How to Erase Them +  

Those flat brown spots that appear on the body can be freckles, sunspots, liver spots or age spots. Freckles can be genetic and be present at an early age, or they can be due to sun exposure if you have a hereditary predisposition to them. Freckles can even look sexy, as seen on many models. Age spots are not sexy and can age you beyond your actual age.

10 Tips To Care And Protect Your Body Heat And Your Health +  

In this last month of winter, we still have cold and/or damp weather, and it’s wise to stay warm and protected from deeper coldness getting into the body. This is a health maxim in both Western and Eastern medicines. Here are some tips you can apply if you have trouble staying warm at this time of year. Ladies?

Some Tips To Care Sensitive Skin +  

There are millions of people who have sensitive skin. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, as many as 50 percent of the patients who seek help have sensitive skin. There are a variety of symptoms associated with this condition including itchy, scaly skin, red patches, acne, and contact dermatitis .

Have You Got Salicylate Sensitivity? +  

Salicylate intolerance or sensitivity includes any side effects that occur when any derivatives of salicylic acid are introduced into the body.

Salicylates are found naturally in plants and act to protect them from diseases, insects, fungi and bacteria. The salicylates act as preservatives through a natural immune hormone.

Salicylates are also commonly found in many personal care, skin care, medications (such as aspirin types) and of course, in products containing plants.

Something about Sunscreens and Cancer, Hormone Disruption and Photoaging +  

We have been told for years that the sun’s rays are harmful and we all need to slather on sunscreen chemicals to protect from skin cancers and skin aging.

The truths are that sunscreen use actually leads to: increased risks of cancer and increased photoaging.