For thousands of years, hair has played an important symbolic role in a wide variety of societies. These historical roles, which have in the past included wealth and power, have changed over time, but their significance remains strong in today’s society. Hair, especially in females, represents beauty, youth, attractiveness, vitality, health, femininity, and sensuality.
The other day we received an email from a dear client with a concern and some questions. “First of all,” she started, “I want to thank you for the extra attention you always seem to give me when I experience any problems with my units. You are very thoughtful and professional. Thank you for this.”
When readers ask about selecting hair products, it is often in regards to those used for styling or restoration needs. While these are certainly important elements to consider when reviewing your hair care routine, it is also imperative not to overlook the role played by basic products used for cleaning and fundamental maintenance, such as shampoo.
Every year 12,400 children are diagnosed with cancer and 1.1 million children in the U.S. alone are affected by Alopecia. In total, more than 2 million children are affected by hair loss caused by these and other diseases and traumas.
Where can I even begin? Last week’s seminars (yes, we had so many registrations that we ended up hosting TWO!) were incredibly moving and magnificently powerful experiences.
The Seven Minute Workout Challenge app took the January spotlight in the app world. Developed by a small team in Canada, the app launched in July of 2013 and was a top 10 seller in 15 different countries by October. By the beginning of 2014, the app was highly rated at 4.5 stars and was selling for $1.99.
We love this Chunky Peanut Banana Smoothie! It can be a great way to start the morning as a filling and healthy recipe for breakfast or a fantastic afternoon indulgence on a sunny day as a sweet and creamy treat.
For many, hair care involves complex routines, a variety of products, and custom solutions for handling specific challenges. These practices take time to develop and special attention to properly adapt over time.
Many men and women suffer from hair loss, but it’s not necessarily the loss of hair that makes someone wear a wig or hairpiece. Many people today are choosing to wear wigs or hair extensions simply to achieve the look they want. In fact, it’s becoming more and more popular, not only with the everyday people, but also with celebrities!
Laser hair therapy is one of the most recent advancements in hair restoration. It’s also one of the most popular procedures, and for good reason. It’s quick, painless, non-invasive and effective for a large majority of our patients.