Finding your first gray hair can be frightening, especially with society’s pressure to stay young. But gray hair is beautiful and doesn’t signify the end of your prime.
Graying hair is typically a byproduct of the natural aging process, although there are other less common health-related causes. Grays can pop up after the age of 35, but can start earlier or later depending on your DNA. Genetics are even responsible for which hair sections turn gray first and the shade of gray produced.
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If you’ve noticed a sudden change in your hair but are still loyal to your go-to products, it could be time to take a look at your water. Water hardness differs from state to state and may be to blame. Read on to learn what hard water is, how it affects hair, and how to get your hair back to its roots.
Water that contains a large amount of minerals, especially calcium and magnesium, is called hard water. It forms as water passes through limestone and chalk. While hard water isn’t harmful, the buildup of minerals can change the texture and feel of hair.
The dissolved minerals in hard water coat hair, which can make it feel rough and dry. While one study found that hard water doesn’t affect hair strength or elasticity, the buildup can make styling more difficult and cause color-treated hair to fade quicker. Since hair feels more straw-like and knotty, it’s also be more difficult to brush.
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It is green with a little bit of fuzz on its skin, slimy on the inside and looks like a finger. Does not sound too appetizing, right?
These could be the reasons why a lot of people tend to avoid eating the vegetable that is okra, or more popularly known as lady’s finger or gumbo.
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by the team at Chadwicks
As much as we love our ‘furry friends’, pet hair can be a nuisance. Our little darlings can destroy carpet, furniture and even clothes with pet hair. Although there isn’t anything we can do to stop pets shedding, here are some nifty tips and tricks to minimize pet hair in the home.
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Hair care is SO personal. What works for one person doesn’t necessarily work for another. And that’s why today I’m excited to share this ultimate all natural hair care roundup. I’m going to be answering a few of the most common questions I’ve received about natural hair care and then sharing great recipes and tutorials to hopefully help you find YOUR favourite natural hair care routine.
Read the Q&A directly on ThankYourBody.com. Continue reading for all natural hair care recipes:
DIY Shampoo • Gray • Loss • Dry & Dandruff • Dye • Detangler • Gel • Pomade • Spray • Detox
Special Condition Treatments
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