Did you know
Did you know: The cosmetic market is full of beauty products, but not all are good for the hair and scalp.
Some like masks, gels, pomades weigh down the hair causing dullness, dryness and a gunky feeling to the hair.
Continuous use will then require you to use a clarifying shampoo to remove the excessive build-up.
Pay attention to your perimeter! Perspiration and residue from makeup and facial products can collect at the hairline. It could set up your scalp for blocked pores and breakouts, similar to those on your face.
IMO - In my opinion
With fall approaching and the weather changing our scalp will start experiencing itchiness, dry scalp and dandruff.
Our spray treatment is a combination of rosemary and sassafrass which along with promoting hair growth - helps combat these scalp issues.
We're asked why our spray treatment needs to be refrigerated:
When sprayed on the scalp, the coolness opens up the pores thus stimulating the scalp.
IMO - When it comes to conditioning, the scalp does benefit from a light weight formula similar to a hydrating toner that you would apply after washing your face. It will add back moisture and soothe the skin. That is where our Neopel conditioner, which is a water based product, is beneficial in smoothing and styling!
Every person should use moisturizer AT LEAST twice a day.
Hydrating skin properly helps to strengthen our moisture barrier, which is critical and helps to waterproof our skin. When your skin is not properly hydrated, it can look dry, wrinkled, dull and even saggy. Healthy skin requires long-term daily use of lotions or creams. Just like we drink water to hydrate our bodies, your skin needs continuous replenishment.
This is where your skin would benefit from our Neocream, which is a deep moisturizer and can keep your face and skin smooth looking.
The constant hydration that Neocream gives helps keep your skin optimally moisturized. Properly moisturized skin helps blocks damage like pollution, bacteria or debris from entering your pores.
The hair is a mirror of overall well-being. Often, when people are ill, their hair becomes dull and lifeless. Changes in hair can be the first signs of nutritional deficiencies. Scientists analyzing a strand of hair can discover vitamin deficiencies, exposure to toxins, and chemical imbalances - even years after the fact.
For example, did you know ... that too much sugar in the diet depletes vitamin B, which is very important for healthy hair.
As an add-on for this month: IMO every person should be on a multivitamin supplement.
This not only helps with your body but also your skin and hair. Studies have shown that supplements such as magnesium, niacin, zinc, copper are essential to our bodies. Proper nutrition as well as vitamins can ensure that your skin is always at its best.
Zinc improves circulation of the scalp
Copper works with the zinc to provide hair growth
Who would of thought! ..... As always "Treat your hair well!"
Did you know .... that hair sheds more depending on the season???
Your hair grows in 3 different phases.
Anagen - which is the "growth phase" which lasts 3-6 months
Catagen - which is the "transitional phase" which lasts a couple of weeks
Telogen - which is the "resting phase" which lasts about 3 months
During the telogen phase of the hair, which usually sets in towards the end of summer and beginning of autumn, the hair is resting rather than growing, and so shedding becomes more noticeable.
One of the main culprits for hair loss is severe stress. There is usually about a 3 month delay between the stressful event or time period and your hair falling out.
It should only last for as long as you are going through that particular period of stress or anxiety.
See your Dr. if you have any concerns and as always be kind to your scalp and hair!