Hey! Did you know what relaxers do to your hair to achieve the straight hair look? Let me let you in on some nuggets of information that I found from my research and put together for you. Now I do not hate against relaxed heads. What is on your head is yours and you can do what you want with it depending on your convictions. What I am doing is putting the information out so that when you do relax your hair, you are informed of what is happening.
Honey as you may know, is a sweet food substance which is loaded with minerals and vitamins and as much as it is sweet to the taste, good for our bodies, it is also very good for our skin, scalp and hair when applied topically. When I did a “yoghurt and honey conditioner” for my hair and later posted on the benefits of yoghurt for our hair, I said I would also write on the benefits of honey so here goes.
Laden with minerals such as copper, iron, manganese, calcium, sodium, potassium and phosphorous also vitamin B and C, honey is very potent in reducing dandruff, stimulating the hair follicles to remedy baldness or excessive hair loss and moisturizing the scalp and hair to prevent breakage. This is so because these minerals and vitamins, although in small quantities, combined make honey a strong antioxidant, germicidal and fungicidal.
Hey. Does your hair seem stagnant and is the same length it was last year and the year last although you think you are doing the best you can possibly do to retain more length? You know what? I think your hair regimen is sabotaging your hard work. I know, I have been there before and it was not fun at all. I used to put effort in the wrong direction and as a result, my hair did not show any improvement for years until I started researching on how to grow my hair the right and healthy way. Below are twenty tips that I found out and most of which I use regularly in my hair growth journey.
If you think you are the only one who is always stressing about something or another, think again. This world is full of stressful things most of which we can’t do anything to change the situation but we stress about them anyway. When a person is stressed for a long period of time without any relief, that person will become distressed or enter into depression and this will lead to an imbalance in the body system which will manifest through physical symptoms like high blood pressure, migraines, chest pain, ulcers, weight gain or loss and excessive shedding of hair.
For most people, the day entails spending six hours or more seated in front of a computer and driving home after work and quickly passing by the shops to grab what may be needed at home. Most people are walking a lot less these days and this obviously has an impact on the general well being of the body. This is when the need to make an effort to exercise and stay fit comes in. Exercise has an impact on maintaining healthy hair.