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To get the basics under our belt, let’s revisit some scalp-care tips
An itchy scalp is irritating and unsightly. But it’s also frustrating if you don’t what’s causing it.
’Brown sugar,’ ’honey’ are ingredients in an exfoliating scalp scrub.
It’s fun to experiment with wigs and other add-ons, but don’t forget to care for your own tresses while you try different faux-hair styles.
Have you noticed scaly yellow patches on your baby’s scalp?
A little oil on the hair is great for your tresses’ appearance and scalp’s health.
We’ve heard hair health stories passed down from generation to generation
Inactive stem cells may be the reason many men fall victim to receding hairlines and thinning strands on the crown of their heads, according t...
Aromatherapy often uses essential oils to improve mood through the sense of smell, but the oils can also boost hair health.
Many concerned moms know that caring for their babies? hair is just as important as caring for their tiny tots? bodies.
There’s nothing wrong with wanting clean, fresh hair. But too much washing removes the hair’s natural oils, which can lead to dryness.
Is your goal beautiful, damage-free hair? Then realize that if you take care of your scalp, your hair also benefits, Livestrong.com reports.
Many people associate alopecia primarily with hair loss or baldness on the head. But the condition can occur in any region of the body.
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