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Tip: Stay Hydrated

bottled-waterIt’s no secret that hydration is key in the summer, not only for your body, but also for your hair! While warmer temperatures bring fun in the sun it also brings more of the dry damage that can stress your tresses. Moisturizing is the key to maintaining healthy summer locks.

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Tip: Want Body & Bounce in Your Hair?

iStock_000000796136SmallAfter hair is dryed, create four large sections and wind them up in large Velcro rollers. blast them with a little heat from your blow dryer. Let cool, remove and run your fingers through. And your ready for your day.

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Hair Growth

Stress uses up valuable nutrients such as the B vitamins, a lack of which will have a knock-on effect on hair growth. Stress also causes scalp tension, which tightens the follicles and may cause shedding, and which restricts the amount of oxygen and other nutrients being delivered to the scalp in the bloodstream. A solution would be to use gentle head massage, get plenty of fresh air and exercise to stimulate your circulatory system, and to address the stress itself. If the causes of stress cannot be avoided, use fresh herb tincture complexes containing Passiflora, Valerian or Hypericum to calm your nervous system. Take a vitamin B complex if you think the stress will be long term. Remember that when we are stressed our digestive system doesn’t work as well, so try to relax when eating, and chew your food thoroughly.

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Winter Care Tip

The hair benefits from regular brushing. A natural boar bristle brush is best because it causes less static than a nylon brush, keeps the cuticle layer smooth, brings out the hair’s volume and promotes better scalp circulation

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