Everyone is always looking for the “next big thing” in terms of hair care products, but what if the thing you’re looking for has been around for years, you just never knew it?
Men’s hairstyles and haircuts have changed dramatically over the years. If you look back to the 1940’s and 1950’s, you found more slicked back styles or crew cuts, which then evolved into the looser pompadour styles that we saw in the 1960’s.
Everyone is aware that there are shampoos made specifically for babies that are somehow different than “normal” shampoos, but do you know what the actual difference is?
As COVID-19 vaccines begin making their way into arms around the world, things may start to slowly get back to “normal” this summer. People are going to be more comfortable leaving their house, businesses and restaurants will get the ok to move into the next phase of their reopening, and offices will start letting people back into work.
If you’ve ever gone into the hair care aisle at the store looking for something to help your hair stay healthy and glowing, then you know exactly how saturated the hair care market is. There are seemingly thousands of products, using different ingredients, that all claim to be the most amazing product for your hair.
The older you get, the more your body starts to change. You’re sore for no reason, you get tired more easily, your skin starts to show creases and spots, your hair begins to fall out and those unsightly grays emerge to make us “distinguished.”
Unfortunately these are just things that come along with the aging process and there’s not much we can do to reverse those affects, but there are things we can do to help hide them, especially graying hair.
As technology advances it brings with it new and exciting ways to perform tasks that have been done the same way for decades.
It wasn’t that long ago that cell phones weren’t in everyone’s pockets, or that you could start your car from inside when it’s snowy or cold. And while many people growing up in the world today will never know the struggles that some of us faced as we grew up, technology is constantly improving our way of lives in ways we could have never imagined.
Can you believe that it’s been over a year since the first case of COVID-19 was discovered? For many of us we’ve been trying to stay safe and do what we can to prevent the spread of this disease. This includes, staying at home as much as possible, wearing masks when leaving the house, and social distancing when possible. And even though some states have relaxed their restrictions when it comes to certain businesses being able to re-open, some people are still not comfortable venturing out into public places.
Do you ever get red bumps on your arms, legs, face, or other areas of your body and can’t figure out what they are? They don’t appear to be pimples or bug bites, but they are still very irritating and sometimes cause redness, itching, and pain.
As we all know, with age comes gray hairs. In some people these gray hairs are embraced and worn with pride, but in a lot of cases they are a constant reminder of getting older. Nobody wants to be reminded of their age every time they look in a mirror or see a photograph of themselves, but could the dying, or coloring, of your hair be affecting the way your hair grows? Could it accelerate the hair loss process?