You can’t have healthy hair without having a healthy scalp. Consider that your scalp is the environment where your hair grows—that any abnormality in your scalp health can impair the work of the follicles, and keep your hair from growing as long and as lustrous as it might otherwise.
By now, the health risks associated with alcohol consumption are well documented, and all of us know to be moderate and responsible in our drinking. What you may not know is that, in addition to the very real and serious health perils that alcohol can bring, there are cosmetic worries, too.
All of us have blemishes, scabs, or pimples on our face from time to time—but not everyone is compelled to pick at them. Though there is nothing wrong with popping the occasional whitehead that forms, picking at your skin is something that can prove addicting—and it can ultimately have a hazardous effect.
The joys of becoming a mother are many—but so are the trials and challenges! Something many new mothers experience during pregnancy, and then later during breastfeeding, is sudden hair loss. If mothers are not used to experiencing any kind of hair issues before, this could be disheartening. Here are a few things that all moms should know about motherhood and hair loss.
All of us want to have healthy, vibrant hair—but did you know that there are things you do daily that could be harming your hair’s wellbeing? Simple daily routines and grooming habits can sometimes have an adverse effect on hair, without us even realizing it. Even the things you believe to be healthy for your hair may actually have the opposite effect.
You’ve found the perfect dress and great accessories, so now’s the time for you to pick the right prom hairstyle to complete your look. This year, there’s plenty of new ‘dos that will complement a variety of looks. Here are some ideas to get you started:
Dry, brittle hair doesn’t just look bad—it’s unhealthy, too. Unfortunately, it’s something that many women and men alike must deal with. Dryness in the environment can lead your luscious locks to become limp and damaged.
For those who suffer from alopecia, you know that this autoimmune condition can leave you feeling somewhat lost — but as a little girl showed us, you are beautiful. Part of that beauty is from embracing yourself as you are.
As anyone suffering from trichotillomania can attest, every day is a challenge. It’s a condition that often leads to extreme hair loss: The incessant desire to pull out your hair can make you feel like you’re going crazy, not to mention your lack of self-esteem after finding bald patches or thinning hair. Besides seeking medical care and professional help, here are some ways to deal with this condition at home.
If you’re suffering from a loss of hair, you’re not alone. Within the United States, it’s estimated that 21 million women and 35 million men suffer from hair loss.