• Aloe Vera & Skin

    Aloe Vera & Skin

    Consistency is the most effective thing you can do when caring for your skin.  Additionally, using aloe vera gel can do the following: Soften dry skin Heal scars Soothe sunburns Speed up the healing and moisturizing of dry inflammatory skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis It can also speed up the healing of acne - its can be an antiseptic properties can prevent...
  • Tips to Help Protect Your Edges

    Tips to Help Protect Your Edges

    Stay away from super tight hairstyles to include braids and ponytails.  It's ok to get them but make sure the style is not too tight on your hair follicles around your hairline. Keep your hair & edges moisturized - dry hair will break easily.  Condition, condition, condition for moisture and seal with your favorite oil. Ensure you and/or your beautician knows how to care...
  • BENEFITS OF AVOCADO & COCONUT OIL IN YOUR HAIR

    BENEFITS OF AVOCADO & COCONUT OIL IN YOUR HAIR

    AVOCADO OIL Strengthens hair roots Helps prevent hair breakage Hydrates hair & skin Stimulates hair growth  COCONUT OIL Helps prevent dandruff Strengthens hair roots Helps prevent hair breakage Reduces headaches Whitens teeth Healthy cooking oil Note: These tips may vary from person to person and are not intended to  diagnose treat, cure, or prevent any disease or disability.
  • Washing Your Hair In Cold Water Versus Hot Water

    Washing Your Hair In Cold Water Versus Hot Water

    Below are the pros of washing your hair in cold and hot water.  Cold Water Increases shine - cold water closes the hair cuticles and forces the cuticle cells to lay down on top of each other, presenting a smooth, shiny appearance. Reduces frizz Helps to eliminate dandruff Improves blood circulation Stronger hair that's less vulnerable to dirt/oils   Hot Water Helps open the pores on...
  • Hair Growth Tips

    Hair Growth Tips

    Based on the individual, the hairl will grow ½” to 1” of hair per month.  Below are a few tips to assist with the hair growth process. Trim your ends – you should trim about 3/4 “every 3 months to maintain a strong baseline. Oil your ends – oils provide a layer of protection from environmental and styling damage. Conceal your ends – cover...
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