Wonder Foods For Your Hair

In one way or another, at a certain point of your life, you will be saying goodbye to your lovely mane. Whether you cry over it or give it in freely, it will happen. And since putting so much stress over your hair loss will just make it worse, the least you can do is to let things happen. Or better yet, do something about it. Find ways on how to have thicker hair. Here are some helpful tips to make your hair stay where they are – on your scalp and not on your hairbrush, not on the bathroom floor or on the pillow or on someone else’s shoulders.   Eating The Right Food Accept it. Proper diet is not only for Victoria Secret’s model wannabes or for those body-building hunks you meet in the gym the other day. Taking the right amount of right foods will work just about for everyone. If you have a dull hair, a salmon recipe will do the magic. For falling hair, try eating beans.     Taking The Right Vitamins and Minerals There are a lot of supplements for hair loss out in the market, but the question is, do they really work? While some might and some of them don’t, it is beneficial to know which vitamins and minerals will help you with your hair problem. Vitamin A helps produce scalp oil. Just don’t take too much of it as it may have an undesirable outcome. Vitamin B Complex will prevent hair loss and is responsible for hair coloration. Biotin is responsible for preventing dryness of your hair and in...

Solving a Sensitive Scalp

Sensitive scalp can make a person feel miserable. Physical irritation, infection, skin imbalances, and more can affect nearly anyone. Scalp problems can sometimes come with hair loss. Many find that treating the sensitive scalp first can help with their hair loss. Symptoms of Poor Scalp Health   Dry ‘tight’ feeling skin.   Intense or continual itchy feelings.   Dry flaking skin or a sore feeling.   Rash or redness or open sores.   What Causes Sensitive Scalp? There are many causes for a sore scalp. Some of the most common ones include chemicals in shampoo or hair treatments. Others include pollution, overuse of hats, or infection. Luckily there are ways to treat and cure sensitive scalp. First one must try to identify what exactly is causing the issue. Dry Flaking Scalp A dry and flaking scalp is most likely to be caused by the use of the wrong shampoo or hair treatments. The skin of the scalp has a natural oil called sebum. This oil helps to keep the skin soft and hydrated. People who wash their hair daily with harsh cleansers often over strip this oil from their skin. Washing the hair less often with more gentle cleansers is the best prevention. The scalp can also be massaged with natural oils such as coconut or olive to help heal the skin faster. Simply Sore Scalp This is perhaps the easiest symptom to treat. A sore scalp is caused by over styling of the hair. Many people will wear their hair in tight buns or ponytails. Others use styling products or high heat to get particular styles. Tying the hair tightly...