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Dye Your Hair …with Coffee! by lisakthrives Posted Tue 03 Dec 2013 7:34pm I dye my hair regularly. Not because I’m high maintenance or really care that much about my hair color… but because I have premature grays. I had one or two in high school, and about ten when I was in my mid-twenties. After my sister died, I almost immediately got a gray streak, and it kept spreading after that. The only reason I’m bringin ... Read on »
Hair Color and How To {Hair Care} by Perfectskincare C. Facebook Posted Tue 22 Nov 2011 1:30pm [Source: Bing Images] Some hair coloring tips from the same magazine 'Rupayan'. Check them out and make sure you follow them next time to keep your hair beautiful and yourself looking young. Wish I had known them when I colored my hair :( Hair Color to look youngYes, it is true. A well-chosen hair color which has been ... Read on »
Feelings and Beliefs Begin during Pregnancy… by Sheridan Ripley Patient Expert Posted Wed 23 Oct 2013 1:42pm As parents, we can have great influence on the feelings and beliefs our of little ones throughout their lives.  I am going to focus on the beginnings of our influence in our child’s beliefs and feelings: pregnancy and birth.   On pre-conception: Now I do need to back up just a little bit.  We technically have influence on the ... Read on »
A Challenge To Unleash Your Natural Hair Colour! by Angela M. Posted Tue 17 Apr 2012 5:02pm Chemical hair colour seems to be one toxin that people really struggle to let go of. I know many natural mamas who eat organic food, use organic skin care and personal care products, but still insist that they really do need their regular infusion of hair colour. For many it’s like a guilty pleasure that helps them to feel alive and expres ... Read on »
What are the side effects of laser hair removal? Dr Emily Altman by DrEmilyAltman Posted Mon 03 Oct 2011 6:28am Today, laser hair removal (LHR) is the most commonly requested cosmetic procedure in the world and is routinely performed by dermatologists, other physicians, and non-physician personnel with variable results.  Although it is seemingly a simple cosmetic procedure, it does carry a risk of side effects and complications.  The number of laser hair ... Read on »
New Eugenics: Selecting Embryos for Eye and Hair Color by Wesley J. Smith Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 3:54pm Remember when we were told that IVF, coupled with pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), would only be used to prevent serious genetic health maladies from being passed to the next generation? That was never true, of course. The intent was to get people to accept the principle that parents should be able to design their children, and that kind ... Read on »
L’Oréal Majicontrast – Which Ingredient Lightens Colored Hair? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Sat 05 May 2012 2:01am Fancyvi says…Normal haircolours can’t lighten up coloured hair, as peroxide brought the pigments together and can’t split them up afterwards. Which ingredient helps Majicontrast to do so? It’s obviously a haircolour and not like Magma a bleaching product. I already checked the ingredients and couldn’t find out how the product does it. ... Read on »
Medical Treatments for Hair Loss in Women by MensHealth .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm LISA CLARK: We've all seen the commercials for the Hair Club for Men, ads for prescription medications for male hair loss, and even men's spray-on hair. But rarely do we see advertisements addressing women's hair loss issues. Surprisingly, hair loss in women is a common occurrence. It affects more than 30 million women in the United States alone. ... Read on »
How to Detox & Get Healthy for Pregnancy by Kristen S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 29 Nov 2009 10:01pm I've been asked many times about what I did to detox and get my body, mind, and spirit healthy for pregnancy. I'm happy to share my plan. It's lengthy though, so get yourself a nice green smoothie or green juice, sit back and relax as you read through it all. Please keep in mind this necessary disclaimer... I'm not a midwife or a physician, and any ... Read on »
Are Shampoos for Colored Hair Different Than Regular Shampoos? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 22 Jan 2010 10:01pm Arlene Asks…I have been noticing lately that shampoos are made for different hair colors. Such as John Frieda and Pantene Pro-V Expressions. How are these shampoos any different from regular shampoos and do they really work? The Right Brain’s Rapidly Written Response: The trend toward different shampoo formulas for different hair co ... Read on »