Hair extensions aside, there are a few things you can do to help lengthen your strands. First, support the growing process and, second, try to accelerate it.
Beauty Q & A
My pores are huge! How can I make them smaller and less noticeable? Like so many other aspects of appearance, pore size is genetically determined. But understanding a little more about them helps uncover what can make them a little less conspicuous.
If you’ve noticed a small, raised or hanging flap of skin on your body that won’t budge when you touch it, chances are it’s a skin tag. Learn why they form, plus options for removal.
My toenails have a yellow hue that won’t seem to fade. Why is this, and what can I do to get rid of the discoloration and keep it from coming back?
Bad breath may be an unpleasant issue to have, but you can figure out the cause—and find a solution. All of us have bad breath from time to time. The underlying reasons, however, can vary from person to person.
Genetics are often to blame for dark circles, as is aging. Of course, hearing that may not too inspiring, since you don’t have the power to change your DNA or stop the clock. But that doesn’t mean your dark circles have to stick around.
I’ve been noticing more wrinkles and sagginess on my neck and chest. Aside from aging, are there other causes for these changes in my skin?
Why do I have reoccurring dandruff—and what can I do to get rid of it for good? Find out the common causes of dandruff, plus how to treat and ultimately cure it.
As I get older, my skin is getting more red and ruddy. Why is this—and is there anything that will help? Learn more about the reasons behind the change and what you can do to lessen redness.
Like anything else related to your health, hair loss is best looked at through an integrative lens. Getting to the bottom of any medical reasons for your hair loss, if there are any, is what’s most important.
You may simply think of your dry skin as a nuisance that’s irritating in more ways than one. But it can also be a sign of more serious health concerns you might not think of. Managing the underlying cause may not only improve your dry skin, but other aspects of your overall health.