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DIY Scalp Scrubs!

DIY Scalp Scrubs!

What Impact Does Buildup Have on Your Hair and Scalp? Before we get started with these fantastic DIY recipes, let’s talk about your scalp and hair health. Consistent use of styling or moisturizing hair products can create buildup of product and dead skin cells, which leads to hair follicles getting clogged. Additionally, an overproduction of sebum (an oily substance your body naturally secrets) may lead to various skin issues that impact your scalp, including dandruff. A nice scalp scrub and exfoliation helps ensure that all of this buildup is removed for clear follicles and healthy hair.   For Dry Scalp Is...

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Dandruff Causes and Natural Treatments

Dandruff Causes and Natural Treatments

Dandruff is a common skin condition that impacts one out of five people. One of the most notable symptoms of dandruff is that it causes the skin to flake, and it can also cause itchiness. While it's certainly not a life-threatening health concern, it can be embarrassing and the source of stress for some people. Understanding what causes dandruff and the natural remedies you can use to treat it will go a long way toward regaining your self-esteem.   What Causes Dandruff?   Experts aren't exactly sure what causes dandruff. What is certain is that the condition is not caused...

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August Is Hair Loss Awareness Month

August Is Hair Loss Awareness Month

Natural Approaches to Hair Loss The average person sheds between 50 to 100 hair follicles daily. While some hair loss is a regular occurrence, it becomes an issue when people experience thinning or baldness due to a condition.  Not only can hair loss sometimes be associated with a significant health issue, but it can also wreak havoc on a person's self-esteem. Understanding the root cause of your hair loss can help you identify which treatment options may be right for you. Types of Hair Loss Alopecia Areata: Alopecia, also known as spot baldness, is usually associated with an autoimmune disorder....

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Hair Detox: Clarifying vs Chelating

Hair Detox: Clarifying vs Chelating

What's the different between a Clarifying Shampoo and Chelating Shampoo?   Photo by Briana Tozour on Unsplash Clarifying is a general term for removing buildup from the hair, such as from using hairsprays or moderate use of silicone-based products. These shampoos are sometimes simply just stronger than a regular shampoo to clean deeper. Chelating, however, uses specific chelating agents to remove minerals, metals, and chlorine (often from hard water) that cause damage. If you have hard water, swim in chlorinated pools, or have excessive amounts of synthetic buildup compacted onto your hair, using a chelating shampoo will be much more effective at detoxing...

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