Posted on Nov 3 2016 - 10:13am by Dena
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Share If you love honey like I do, you will love honey blow out pre poo treatment. This product is all natural and makes your hair soft and moisturized . You can check out the review below to get an idea of what this product does. There direct site is www.honeyblowout.com   ...

Share Difference between hair straightening treatments   When it comes to wanting your afro hair permanently straightened, it’s a jungle out there! These days, you are no longer restricted to the simple choice of whether to use a lye or no-lye relaxer as so many more options out there. The main options out there are relaxers, texturizers, keratin treatments and the so called natural relaxers. It can be a daunting task to decide what is best for your hair, so in this article we will explore each of the options so...

Posted on Feb 28 2014 - 6:57pm by Dena
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Share Now that I am relaxed again, it’s critical for me to have something that’s not only gentle but that actually cleans my hair without buildup. I started using “That’s So Natural” Products a little after Christmas 2013. These products are free of parabens, mineral oils, and contain natural ingredients. Normally, I am not so “paraben” or “sulfate” aware or weary, but I am trying to become more aware of what I put in my body as well as topically. My goal this year...

Posted on Jan 13 2014 - 6:53pm by Dena
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Share Emu Oil   Emu oil is an all-natural remedy found and used by Australians aborigines for hundreds and hundreds of years. It has many very important benefits for the skin and the bones and has not been found to have any harmful effects so far. It is extracted from the fat of emus hunted in Australia. It is proven to heal skin problems and has immediate and long-term benefits. This substance has been increasingly used in the Western world as a replacement for medication and an effective remedy for many common problems. What...

Share Things that frustrate women going natural So you have finally made the all-important, life changing decision to wear your hair in its natural state! Excellent, but right on the heels of making that concrete decision you are struck by a number of frustrations women face when going natural. To Big Chop or to transition? You have made the decision to go natural but it seems you haven’t quite figured out how you will get to that stage of being considered a ‘naturalista’. For most women getting their hair chopped off is a shock...

Posted on Dec 8 2013 - 11:50am by Dena
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Share Cinnamon Oil for Hair Growth   Unfortunately many individuals think that you need to be older in order to experience hair loss.  For many it happens when you least expect it and sometimes without any real indication of why.  If you are one of the many individuals who are suffering from hair loss or if you hair just doesn’t grow quickly and you’d like to have more hair then you may want to consider using a natural ingredient to help it grow longer. You may want to consider a cinnamon oil for your hair this is something...

Posted on Dec 1 2013 - 4:31pm by Dena
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Share Citriodora oil for hair growth Hair loss is a common problem for both men and women all over the world. In fact shocking statistics say that 40 percent of men between the ages of 35 and 60 will experience hair loss and 80 percent of men over the age of 85 will experience significant hair loss. Women can also suffer from hair loss and often become more self-conscience due to it. In fact 21 million US women have reported suffering from hair loss. These statistics prove that that those going through the embarrassment of hair loss...

Posted on Nov 26 2013 - 9:21pm by Dena
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Share relaxed hair and havana twists   Havana twists- even the name of this style sounds sexy! The style has been popularized in the past few years by celebrity sisters Solange and Beyonce Knowles who have rocked their Havana twists with pride and looked hot doing it!   These attractive twists are super-sized and usually look like your own natural hair, as they are attached using the invisible root method so that one cannot see where the extension begins. You simply cannot blend into the background when rocking this style.   Havana...

Posted on Nov 26 2013 - 9:17pm by Dena
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Share relaxed hair and seborrhoeic dermatitis   Sebborrheic dermatitis can occur anywhere on the body that has a lot of sebaceous glands. The scalp is covered in these glands and can commonly be affected by this condition, which looks like red areas on the scalp that are covered with white or yellow tinged scales that have a greasy appearance. It can cover small areas or the entire scalp and ranges from a few mild flakes to very red, scaly and even weeping scalp in the worst cases.   The causes of this scalp condition are unknown....

Share Help! My relaxed hair feels like straw- what can I do?   First of all, do not panic. It’s like when you lose something; the best thing to do is to retrace your steps.   Think back to what you have been doing to your hair. There are common reasons why your relaxed hair is feeling like straw and the good news is that there is a remedy for every one!   Have you been washing your hair more than once or twice a week? If so, this could be drying out your delicate relaxed hair by stripping it of all it’s natural oils....