Pregnancy comes with its fair share of side effects. From backaches and headaches to overheating and swollen feet, every woman who has ever had a baby could probably give you a long list of things she went through while she was pregnant. And, those symptoms can be different for everyone. They are mostly nothing more […]Continue reading
Aloe Vera has so many beneficial properties! From cuts and burns to cold sores, and even high temperatures, it seems there is no end to what this plant can do for your skin. But, it’s also a great treatment for those experiencing a dry scalp. There are many different components and ‘ingredients’ that make it […]Continue reading
As the cooler months start to roll in, we naturally begin to protect our bodies from cold, dry air as best we can. We layer on the clothes and blankets, cover our faces with scarves, and even add moisture back to our skin with things like lip balm and lotion. It’s no big secret that […]Continue reading
The chances are that you’ve heard that hard water is bad for your scalp and hair, but most of us don’t take that idea into consideration, even when we’re experiencing damaged hair or a dry, itchy scalp. We try countless shampoos, conditioners, and specialized hair treatments, but the results are often mixed. Well, if that sounds […]Continue reading
We often think a dry scalp is more likely to occur in the winter months when the air is dry, and the temperatures are frigid. And while winter can do damage to your scalp, sometimes the summer sun can make things even worse. You can get a dry scalp due to sun damage, which can […]Continue reading
Many people tend to associate a dry scalp and dandruff, but what you may not realize is that they are two very different things. Yes, dandruff can appear to be caused by a dry scalp, but not the other way around. But, then what causes a dry scalp in the first place? The answer may […]Continue reading
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