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Healthy Living

Posted on June 18, 2013 at 3:20 PM Comments comments ()

     Hello, just a quick note. If you are experiencing hair loss or scalp damage, using topical products are not enough. First please select products without lanolin, petroleum and mineral oil. The first two will clog your scalp enabling it to breathe in which it needs to heal and clogs your hair leaving it heavy ,oily and  attracting every thing you don't want in the environment. The mineral oil  has no real nutrients that would benefit your hair  and it actually depletes your scalp of it's natural oils requiring you to use more oil than needed. 

     Choosing proper hair and scalp creams are not that difficult, what's difficult is  having to choose from the increasing supply of hair products on the market. Just be sure to avoid the ingredients listed previously and add in essential oils that stimulate, provide healing properties and lubrication, such as mint oils,  and rosemary, lavender, chamomile or aloe and jojoba, grape seed or almond, just to name a few. The key is nutrients and keep it simple. 

     Now let's talk internally, how about eating lots of fruit and vegetables, drinking 48-64 ounces of water daily, exercising, thinking positive and oh yeah!  Horsetail. This  is the only herbal supplement that contains silica. Silica is naturally supplied in our body to assist with hair growth, strong nails, bones connective tissue and a host of other wonderful properties. As we mature we start to lose nutrients, this is one you don't want to lose. Research for yourself and be in aw about all it's amazing benefits. Well' that's it for now. Good living and good loving.

The Natural Way is the Healthy Way

Posted on March 22, 2013 at 5:52 PM Comments comments ()
Hi, I'm new at writting blogs, so here goes.

    As we know, being healthy and feeling healthy is such a boost for your self-esteem. When we think about hair care, usually the body, mind and spirit is over looked. As the old saying goes; "everything on the inside is reflected on the outside" is very true. Eating healthy, exercising and thinking positive is a must for total well being. Our hair has the ability to be healthy, strong and long, but not unless you realize the importance of holistic living. Using natural shampoos, conditioners and cremes are not enough. Why not be concerned about what goes in your body and in your mind instead of only what goes on your hair. It really does not make much sense when you think about it. Being natural is a lifestyle not a hair style.