Learning More About Hair Care

3 Benefits of Wearing a Cold Cap When Going Through Chemotherapy for Cancer

While chemotherapy has proven to be an effective form of treating cancer, it can really take a toll on your body. Many people lose all of their hair during chemotherapy treatment, which is something that can have a very negative impact on their self esteem. Thankfully, there are now certain things that you can do to combat this hair loss, as well as other side effects. This can be done by wearing something known as a cold cap. Read More 

Six Health Mistakes That Can Make a Man Less Fertile

A man's lifestyle and everyday habits can have a huge impact on his fertility and the motility of his sperm. Unfortunately, many men have bad habits that make it harder for them to achieve pregnancy with their partner.  If you're currently struggling with sperm motility issues that are making it difficult for your partner to conceive, you should be aware of the following six health mistakes that can compromise a man's fertility: Read More 

Take Biotin

As a man it is possible that you are taking a daily vitamin specifically designed for men. These multi vitamins are great for overall health, and it is great that you are taking a multi vitamin. When you look at your wife or partners vitamins you are more often than not going to find that she is taking Biotin. This is also called vitamin H which is part of the vitamin B group. Read More 

A Few Reasons To Consider Permanent Hair Removal

Body hair is there to help regulate your temperature, and trap some bacteria, dust, and dirt from clogging pores or possibly getting into your body. However, there are times when you may have excess body hair or regular amounts of hair that cause physical or emotional problems. In these situations shaving, depilatories, or waxing may not be enough to resolve the issues. Here are a few times to consider undergoing a permanent (or very long-lasting) form of hair removal such as laser or electrolysis. Read More 

Skin Care Products: 3 Differences Between Men’s And Women’s Skin Care That May Surprise You

Facial hair aside, a man's skin is about 25 percent thicker and tougher than a woman's skin due to testosterone. This creates differences in how their skin ages. For instance, a man's skin produces more sebum (oil) for a longer period of time than a woman's. They tend to be acne-prone longer as a result. Yet the oil protects their skin, keeping it naturally hydrated longer than a woman's skin. With these marked differences, can men and women use the same skin care products with a reasonable certainty of the same results? Read More