Laser Hair Removal Side Effects

Laser Hair Removal Side Effects
Several years ago, the first laser hair removal treatments began to pop out at salons and dermatologist offices, and for the first time, there was a more permanent alternative to shaving and waxing. Since then, and thanks to new technologies that come out every day, we now have semi-professional at-home laser hair removal devices that can be much more affordable and convenient than professional services, while still being safe and effective. Continue reading

How To Blowout Hair

How To Blowout Hair
A professional blowout is a sure-fire way to get your hair looking and feeling marvelous. Within minutes, your stylist can create a glossy, natural style with no frizz or flyaway hairs that feels absolutely fabulous. Sadly though, professional blowouts come at a price, and there aren’t many of us that can afford to have one every time we wash our hair! Continue reading

How To Prevent Split Ends

How To Prevent Split Ends
If you have long or particularly dry hair, you are likely all too familiar with split ends. They can creep up on you as well – go a few weeks longer than you usually do for a trim and you may just get a shock with how many seem to appear. Continue reading

How To Blow Dry Hair

How To Blow Dry Hair
If you’ve ever had a blow dry from a hair stylist, even if it’s just at the end of a haircut, you’ll know the difference it can make to how your hair looks and feels. The silky-smooth, texture it creates helps your new do feel even more special. Blow dries aren’t simply for drying your locks. You can get straight, wavy or beautifully curly styles with different techniques, and the best thing – you can do it yourself. Continue reading

Hair Straightening Tips

Hair Straightening Tips
There was a time, circa early-2000s, where pin-straight hair was the must-have look for all teenage girls and women. Many of us remember in horror the damage we caused our hair by straightening it every day with super hot flat irons and no heat protection at all. Continue reading

How To Restore Healthy Gut Flora

Restore Gut Flora
Your gut flora or gut microbiome is made up of more than 30 trillion microorganisms that live in your digestive tract. The main role of these microorganisms is to help you process and digest your food. However, researchers are increasingly studying the role the microbiome has on brain function, mood regulation, heart health, weight loss, and gastrointestinal conditions. Continue reading

What Is A Recumbent Bike?

What Is A Recumbent Bike?
An exercise or stationary bike is one of those workout tools that are great for almost everybody. Working out on an exercise bike lets you do a heart-pumping workout without demanding too much of your knees and joints. Continue reading

How To Improve Skin Elasticity

Improve Skin Elasticity
At some point or another, we all will look in the mirror and realize that our skin is not the same as it used to be. Wrinkles, creases, and expression lines tend to be the first signs that tell us that our skin is losing elasticity. Age tends to be the main culprit of loose and crepey skin, but there are other reasons why your skin is aging faster than it is supposed to. Continue reading

What Are Probiotics?

What Are Probiotics?
Probiotics are living microorganisms such as bacteria and yeasts that help to maintain a balanced environment inside your body. They are also known as ‘good bacteria’ or ‘helpful bacteria’ because even though they are bacteria, they do not cause you harm. Instead, they maintain a healthy environment to prevent the build-up of bad bacteria which can cause illnesses and diseases. Continue reading

What Is The Difference Between Prebiotic And Probiotic?

What Is The Difference Between Prebiotic And Probiotic?
The words probiotic, prebiotic and synbiotic are becoming increasingly common in health news, and in normal conversation. The combination of probiotics and prebiotics are widely found to be beneficial in general health, as well as specifically targeting symptoms of a range of diseases and conditions – particularly inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Continue reading