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5 tips to get ever ready skin this winter

As the winter is hitting the years we see a lot of variations in the climate. Every girl desires her ever glowing skin. Cold weather comes with low humidity that makes our skin dry and lacks moisture in the routine. Often we find it irritating and the skin looks dull. To stay away from these routine issues we need to take care and adopt few basic skin care regime and keep our skin healthy and moisturized. Here are 5 tips that will keep you and your skin ever ready this winter: 1) UV protection


How to Grow Long Healthy Hair

We all want long, healthy and super shiny hair just like the celebrities we see. You can achieve gorgeous looking hair using a few tools and products but it can damage your hair. Instead, there are a few natural ways to get beautiful long hair. There is no magical way to grow your hair overnight. What takes your hair to grow is some dedication and a lot of patience. It is a slow process and eventually you’ll notice the change. It is also important to know that everyone’s hair is different and grows at a different speed. Here are some easy tips and tricks to grow your hair: Avoid hot tools: heat tools Try to avoid heat as much as possible. There is nothing worse for your hair than heat. Let your hair dry naturally after washing and limit the use of hot tools. Make sure to apply a heat protection product before using heat. Remember that every time you use heat, some damage is done to your hair. Trimming: trimming split ends You might have refused to cut your hair just because it will get short and not grow. As your hair gets longer, it’s getting less healthier. Trimming just half an inch every month will reduce chances of split ends. Especially, if your hair is colored, the end are dry and prone to split ends. To get healthy long hair , first you must remove all unhealthy bits. If you have split ends, get a trim because there is no other way to repair split ends. Moisturise: hair conditioner Once you get rid of all the split ends, use a conditioner after shampoo to prevent split ends in future. Use a deep conditioner once every week. Oils are also good for your scalp and hair. Use any oil treatment to provide your hair with the nourishment it requires. You must start with healthy hair in order to get long hair. Healthy short hair is more beautiful than damaged long hair. Eat right: healthy diet Unhealthy, weak and limp hair is a sign of poor diet. If your body isn’t getting enough nutrition, neither is your hair. How you treat your body has an effect on your hair and skin. Remember to include fresh fruits, vegetables and protein in your diet. Drink loads of water. If there is a need, multivitamins are also a great way to get all the necessary vitamins that your body need. Use a wide tooth comb: women combing wet hair Avoid brushing your hair while it’s wet. You hair is more likely to get damaged when it’s wet. When shampooing, don’t rub the roots because your hair will get weak. Gently, massage your scalp to promote blood circulation. Also, don’t rub towel. Let it air dry. If your hair gets frizzy or tangled when you don’t brush it while its wet then its best to use a wide tooth comb. The best comb for your hair is a wooden comb. Hair safe styles and accessories: high ponytail Never use rubber band or elastic hair ties that pull your hair. Avoid sharp hair accessories or pins. They will break your hair when you try to remove them. Use hair ties without the metal connector and accessories that are safe for your hair. Many believe that satin pillowcases prevent hair breakage and drying. Don’t put your hair in styles that can break your hair. Back combing, tight ponytails and tiny braids pull your hair from the roots and make them weak. Remember that styles that pull all your hair and stress the roots are not easy to remove therefore they damage your hair.


What Causes Dandruff and How to Prevent It?

Most of us have had it or noticed dandruff sometime or the other. Those small white flakes you see on your shoulders or the shoulders of someone else. Dandruff is the shedding of dead skin cells from the scalp. As skin cells die a small amount of flaking is normal, some people, however, experience an unusually large amount of flaking either chronically or as a result of certain triggers. What Causes Dandruff? Dandruff is caused by a combination of three natural triggers: 1) A fungus that lives on everyone’s scalp, 2) The presence of scalp oils (which we all have), and 3) One’s exposure to the condition, it can be transmitted through contact.