Naturally get your hair color back without using chemicals and dyes. All you have to do is make this simple solution with one amazing herb.
Chemical products, pollution and poor nutrition can cause hair to be limp and damaged, but these are the secret foods to eat for healthy hair.
This herb has some impressive benefits, including its ability to reduce inflammation, soothe skin, protect bones, and boost immunity.
Treat your hair right to make it look more beautiful than ever. Use this leave-in conditioner and you will see the improvement.
One of the most powerful foods on earth may be found in a grocery story near you. You’ll never look at seaweed the same way again.
Get rid of frizz and leave your hair feeling smooth and full when you use this leave-in conditioner. It helps to promote hair growth too!
If you want to get healthy nails without taking a bunch of medication, just use these DIY soaks every week to get your nails looking good.
Didn’t know that there are foods that promote hair growth? Well, there are and we have some of our favorite ones listed in this article!
Dealing with split ends is never fun. Instead of worry about them all the time, use these 5 tips to help naturally fix them.
Gorgeous skin, healthy digestion, shiny hair, and a fast metabolism are within reach! All you need to do is start eating these 5 foods.
Are you contaminating your body with chemical-laden beauty products? If so, you need these easy-to-make beauty recipes like yesterday.
Dherbs announced today the launch of their new detox shampoo, Clary Sage. Clary sage is a botanical shampoo that gently heals and conditions normal to oily hair.
Organic Lifestyle Magazine recently published an article detailing the state of research into organic foods and why it’s important.
Our hair is made up of two parts: living and non-living…
A major cause of folliculitis is the use of harmful chemicals that cause inflammation. As diet always helps to heal any disorder or disease, diet helps here in folliculitis. With pseudofollicultis, good grooming and hygiene is the key. Your soap’s base should always be botanical-based, vegetable glycerin.