Learning More About Hair Care

Five Things Not To Do To Your Clip-In Extensions

Clip-in extensions are great for anyone looking to have fuller or longer hair. Clip-ins are painless and easy to care for, and they are not noticeable. However, many people make mistakes when wearing clip-in extensions that can lead to problems. Here are five things you should not do: Bleach the Extensions: Most likely, the clip-in extensions that you have were already put through a number of chemical treatments, and bleaching can just completely destroy them. Read More 

Surviving The Scissors: Five Tips For Your Toddler’s First Haircut

Your toddler's first haircut can be a traumatic experience. Some children surmise that it will hurt when someone cuts their hair with scissors, and others simply don't want to sit still long enough to get their hair cut properly. But everyone has to have their hair cut eventually, and there are plenty of ways to make this experience easier on your child... and on yourself. 1. Choose a barber who specializes in kids' cuts. Read More 

No Moles? 4 Other Signs Of Skin Cancer You Should Be Concerned About

From exercising and following a well-balanced diet to visiting your doctor regularly, these tasks will help you live a physically and emotionally healthy lifestyle. Unfortunately, certain conditions may arise that can affect your well-being even though you follow your doctor's recommendations. Skin cancer is one of these conditions that can develop in people of all ages and genders without proper care and protection of the skin. While shocking to learn, this form of cancer is also very deadly, killing over 10,000 people in the United States each year. Read More 

How To Prevent And Undo Damage To Your Hair

Your hair can get damaged from any number of things. It can get damaged from coloring, not getting regular trims, using heat on your hair, or from using chemical treatments on your hair. The damage your hair endures can be repaired, so don't worry too much. Take the time to take better care of your hair if it is damaged from these or other things, and prevent future damage to your hair by following the tips below: Read More 

Three Options For Fading Your Age Spots

As you age, it is normal for the skin to develop darkened spots and patches. Known as age spots, these can be made worse by frequent sun exposure. Covering them with concealer or foundation is a good temporary measure for hiding them, but if you want to really fade your age spots, you'll need to take more drastic measures. Here's a look at your options. Fading Creams The least invasive and least expensive treatment option for age spots is fading creams. Read More