Nail salon health hazards aren't what you want to think about when you’re enjoying a small but meaningful moment of pampering. Unfortunately, there are fairly common missteps that could end up ruining your bliss, and they’re worth some attention.
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Making some adjustments to your styling routine and environment can help you have the kind of hair in the winter that you enjoy the rest of the year. Evolve your hair care approach with the season using these tips.
Tossing past-their-prime cosmetics can help keep up your look and protect you from bacteria growth that can cause breakouts and infection. These tips may be helpful in determining if you truly need to clean out all of the old in favor of the new.
Getting a manicure is a simple thing you can do to celebrate yourself, and new nail treatments give you plenty of options to consider. Take some time to learn more about them before handing your tips over so you leave feeling pampered and worry-free.
Washing your hair seems to be a straightforward task—you squeeze shampoo in your palm, lather up and rinse. What else is there to know? You may be surprised, actually.
It’s easy to focus on what you don’t like about your appearance. But how often do you stop and appreciate what you love about it? Instead of diving into your cosmetics bag with a mission to mask what you think of as imperfections, use your makeup as a tool to play up your best features.
Just as your skin benefits from a healthy diet, eating well and getting some key nutrients ensures that your hair gets what it needs to promote growth and prevent breakage and dryness. Likewise, strong, shiny, soft hair is not only something that makes you look and feel beautiful—it’s also a sign of a well-nourished you.
Whether you do it yourself or visit a salon, spa or doctor’s office (that’s right, some podiatrists now offer medically supervised “medicures”), you can look forward to these health benefits if your pedicure is done properly and in safe conditions.
Shiny, soft, bouncy and full-of-life—healthy hair is beautiful. Unfortunately, hair endures a number of things in our day-to-day lives that can leave it dry and damaged. With a little know-how, however, you can easily achieve healthy hair.
Besides long walks on the beach and cool dips in the pool, the chance to show off your healthy feet is another bonus of summer. Before you step out, make sure you’re covering the basics of keeping feet healthy all summer long.
Taking care of your hands and nails is as important as taking care of the skin on your face. By following a few simple steps every day, you can keep them looking and feeling young and supple.
Summer’s known for its carefree feeling, but you may have something else to say about that when it comes to your hair. Protect your hair and help it look its best this summer with tips from our beauty experts.
The skin on your lips can become dry, scaly and sun-damaged, just like your face. In fact, it’s even more prone to these issues since it is thinner and more sensitive than the skin on most all other parts of your body. You can rejuvenate your lips and keep them healthy with an easy lip care regime.
Your styling skills can go a long way in contributing to a ‘good hair day,’ but so can protecting your hair from styling damage. Like most things, the key is a balanced approach that keeps your hair healthy while helping it look its best. These tips can help you shield your hair from damage.
Though beautiful in many ways, the season can also be quite harsh and irritate your eyes, leaving you looking (and even feeling) less than your best. You can’t control the elements that cause the following winter eye issues, but you can take steps to protect and comfort the windows to your soul.
The effects that stress has on your insides gets a lot of well-deserved attention, but we often overlook how it can affect what you can actually see on the outside, including your hair and scalp. You may only need to look in the mirror to see just how connected your body is with your mind.
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.
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.