On Trial Hair Products

Posted on: November 27th, 2014

hair productsDoing all you can to supplement your budget such as getting a part-time job is an admirable thing to do. However, when it comes to joining product trials, whether you paid for it or you just get free hair products, you need to exercise extra caution because the amount you make or save now can be a lot less than what you will need to shell out in the future as a result of using the trial product.

Remember that when signing up for hair trial products you will be among the first human beings to ever try them. This means that many of the products’ side effects and their severity are still unknown. Side effects may vary from something as trivial yet irritating as dandruff to something more severe like hair loss. Even worse, it can lead to serious health problems in the long run skin cancer or some other unexpected issue. So before trying anything, at least find out what ingredients are included in the product and join the trial only after researching on the safety of those ingredients.

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Use of Nioxin Actives

Posted on: November 19th, 2014


Nioxin Actives–these are formulated for people who do not color their hair or treat them with chemicals. It has a varied list of products that help people with thinning hair treat their problems or help people prevent the thinning of hair through deep cleansing the harmful hormones. This will prevent environment build up, which in the process lead to thinning hair for both men and women.

Here are some popular Nioxin Actives: Bionutrient Actives Cleanser, Bionutrient Actives Treatment, leave in conditioner and Bionutrient Active Scalp Therapy.

Curly Hair

Posted on: November 12th, 2014

1.jpg Having curly hair means having a difficult time in finding the right style for your hair. In order to protect your curly hair, you should have quality accessories and equipments for your hair. Use of products and equipments not suitable for your hair will only cause damage that will lead to breakage and split-ends of the hair.
One good type of brush to use is the bristle brush. It is not only gentle for your hair, but it also massages the scalp, improving the circulation. The improvement of the circulation of the blood will also help your hair grow faster.

Hair Loss

Posted on: November 5th, 2014


Normally, we lose about 100 hairs each day – old hairs fall out and are replaced with new ones. But with hair loss, hair thins at a rate that can’t be replaced. Falling hair not replaced by new ones can make a person bald or have bald patches. Hair loss can either be temporary or permanent. Changing hairstyle or shampoos used may ease the problem. But if that doesn’t help, a doctor may prescribe a drug to slow or stop hair loss and to aid hair growth. Hair is healthiest when we eat right, exercise, and protect it from too much sun.

Choosing the right shampoo and conditioner

Posted on: November 5th, 2014

Shampoos and conditioners are made up of varying chemicals which could instantly damage one’s hair. This is an important reminder that everyone should always take note together with the need of understanding the limitations in usage of a particular product. It is always a must for one to use the right shampoo and conditioner. How can these be known? Hair professionals can help you with knowing which fits your hair type. There are now numerous types of shampoo and conditioner that are made for a specific hair type. This is why it is a must to know which is most appropriate to your hair condition because using something that is not, could lead to damaging the health of your hair. Nevertheless, it is always recommended to use that shampoo and conditioner that contain the least chemicals, those that are considered to be natural products. These, as well, costs cheaper but are believed to be more effective.

Hair Styling Care

Posted on: October 29th, 2014


Curling and straightening irons, forms of heat styling, can dry out even oily hair if used too much. Avoid using them on wet hair or high settings, and give your hair a break from styling once in a while. A hair stylist or dermatologist can give advice on using heat styling products.

Chemical treatments can do harm to hair if not used properly. When planning for a chemical treatment to color, straighten, or curl your hair, it’s best to consult professionals. Trained stylists will be able to evaluate your hair type and decide which chemicals will work best for you.

Milk Weed the Wonder Plant

Posted on: October 22nd, 2014

milkweed2New studies into the efficacy of the lowly milkweed plant which covers a wide variety of plants considered to be succulents including euphorbias and others are proving to be a good source of cancer fighting extracts for use in shampoos, conditioners and many other health care products. The effects of the extracts were so miraculous, it is being hailed as the next wonder cure for cancer and prevention of the debilitating disease. Milkweed as a plant is deadly when ingested for it contains cardenolides, a deadly substance for both livestock and humans. The research into the effectivity of the plant as the next generation source for products that are valuable have been stepped up for commercial production and should start trickling into the market in the coming years.
Milkweed has been found to be a good anti-bacterial, sunblock (UVA and UVB) plus the anti-cancer abilities that is effective even on drug resistant variants. Shampoos and conditioners are being developed to bring out all these traits making one good all natural product that would help protect your hair from the rigors of daily life.

Hair serum

Posted on: October 15th, 2014

Hair serums are selling like hot cakes in the market. This is because of the increasing symptoms of sun damage the hair is being exposed to every day. The best kind of hair serum coats the hair with sun protection. Yes there is such a thing as sun block for your hair. In fact, it is a popular treatment form Hollywood celebrities. It must be noted that the hair is the part of the body which suffers direct contact from the sun. Having said this, it is only natural that it gets damaged pretty badly. Over exposure to the sun can cause the hair to be dry and brittle. This is where hair serum comes in, it provides a second layer so that the hair does not have to be the first line of defense against the sun. Lets just say that the hair serum acts like some kind of an umbrella.

Greening Lowly Hair Bleach

Posted on: October 8th, 2014

Many people who follow fashion trends resort to using hair bleach to attain the look of their favorite fashion idols. But there is a nasty side to hair bleach that makes it a very polluting beauty product, it most surely contains hydrogen peroxide a highly reactive chemical. This active ingredient is responsible for the many cases of hyper-sensitivity due to it’s very chemical nature to which the skin or scalp can react. There is however some good news coming, for Japanese scientists are developing a green hair dye that contains no hydrogen peroxide but instead uses a derivative from a sort of fungus that is more commonly known as white rot, a fungus that is the bane of wooden structures all over the place. Apparently, this fungus contains enzymes that eats up melanin, the natural pigment that gives our skin and hair the color it has.

Hair Extensions

Posted on: October 1st, 2014


A woman’s hair is seen as a symbol of her beauty and personality. Women have been using hair extensions (weaves) to enhance the natural beauty and uniqueness of their hair. As more stars and celebrities begin to experiment with new hairstyles, hair weaves have become even more popular, as it is a relatively easy and noninvasive way to change your appearance. If you are considering adding a weave to your hair, it is important to look at your options and be aware of the different effects that certain hairstyles can have on your natural hair, and you take precautions to lessen the risks of damaging your hair and scalp.