It's in the best interest of your hair to keep chemical processes like straightening treatments or colouring to a minimum. Hair treatments strip hair of its natural moisture to make it weak.
Topical cosmetics are more likely to cause skin and hair problems. Cosmetic products, especially depilatory products (hair removal creams) can give you rashes, eye irritation and chemical burns.
Try not to scratch to get rid of dandruff on your scalp. You can't end the flaking but might cause bleeding or hair loss to make things worse.
You have done it all but still can’t get rid of acne? It could be because of your hormones, hair products and stress. See a dermatologist to figure out what your skin needs.
If you are a side or stomach sleeper, you are more likely to get bags under your eyes as gravity causes fluid to collect under the eyes. Try to sleep on your back to get rid of the pesky bags.
Dinner loaded with salt often results in morning-after puffiness. Too much sodium prevents water from reaching various parts of your body including the skin under your eyes.
If your vitamin D level is low, it can prevent your hair from growing thick and growing quickly. Get some sunshine as vitamin D maintains cells' ability to induce hair growth.
Supplemental vitamins known to help thicken hair include biotin, which is part of the B vitamin family.
Avoid taking hot showers and overusing scrub brushes while showering in the winter months
In addition to using a great hair moisturizer and conditioner with every wash, make sure that you’re getting your trims every three weeks.