By Margaret Chandia This week we talk correct hair handling techniques! Health hair is not only about good hair products, you also have to handle your hair well to prevent any setbacks in your hair journey. Correct hair handling and correct
Making healthy changes
By Margaret Chandia Making healthy changes to your diet can really dramatically improve your hair and body health! Making simple changes like eating a 3-5 servings of fruit, veggies and whole grains daily and healthy proteins 3-5 times a week can
Today we talk stress!
By Margaret Chandia Excessive stress has become an acceptable part of hour daily lives but it can negatively impact our health! Excessive stress has been associated with hairloss, premature greying and even slowing down hair growth. Shocking! So how stressed are
Today we are talking about water!
By Margaret Chandia I have mentioned this before but I have to say it again, adequate water intake is important for healthy hair and body! Our bodies are 60-80% water. Water assists with cell growth this includes hair growth. Dehydration or not
By Margaret Chandia I remember when I was growing up combing was a nightmare for me and would always end with a lot of hair on the floor and on the comb and a really sore head! Many ladies in their
Massaging for healthier hair
By Margaret Chandia When I say massage most people think relaxing spa treatments and not hair care. Massaging your scalp with the pads of your fingers are great for stimulating blood flow to the scalp. Scalp massages also help stimulate production
Trimming your hair
We are still talking hair techniques and handling. When was the last time you trimmed your hair? Trimming your hair, not cutting, is very important for length retention/growth. Regular trimming (twice a year) is great for minimizing knots and split-ends which
Anyone for a run?
By Margaret Chandia Anyone for a run? Did you know that exercise can help your hair grow? Cardiovascular exercises like running, aerobics and spinning increase blood flow to areas of the body like the scalp. Increased blood flow means more nutrients