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Oh-So-Yummy Dark Chocolate Hair Conditioning Treatment

Dark Chocolate! While we’ve discussed the many benefits of dark chocolate + hair health before, we wanted to share a dark chocolate hair conditioning treatment mask recipe from Karen Marie Shelton of HairBoutique.com. Warning: It’s SO GOOD you may just want to eat it! Chocolate Conditioning Hair Mask Recipe Ingredients 1 very ripe small to medium […]

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One More Reason to Love Dark Chocolate

You may already know that dark chocolate is a powerful antioxidant. You may even know that consuming it on a regular basis may also help ward off depression. But just in case you need one more reason to love dark chocolate, it is also great for your hair! In fact, when it comes to food for […]

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Reclaiming personal health: New life and no hair loss!

Hair loss can be damaging to anyone’s self-confidence. For Patricia, losing her hair felt like losing herself!” Patricia had a very intense retail sales job in her twenties, working different hours every day and never having the same days off. This stressful work lifestyle was very damaging to Patricia’s health in many ways. “I had infections, […]

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Carrots. They’re great for our hair!

Did you know good nutrition is critical for building strong, lustrous hair? Unfortunately, poor dietary habits are a very common cause of temporary hair loss or thin and lackluster hair. In order for hair follicles to produce healthy hair, they require an abundant supply of key building blocks including amino acids from protein, vitamins (A, […]

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Spinach For Healthy Hair

Do you suffer from hair envy over shiny, lustrous, smooth and healthy hair? Hair commercials would like you to think that it’s their products that make the hair. There may be some truth in that, but there’s even more truth in the fact that nutrition affects hair health. Many foods provide nutrients for glorious hair […]

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Need another reason to love St. Patty’s Day? Cabbage!

Need another reason to love St. Patty’s Day? Here it is. Cabbage! The traditional vegetable served at every St. Patrick’s Day feast is loaded with nutrients that are great for your hair. Cabbage prevents hair loss, promotes healthy hair growth and gives your hair that silky soft, shiny look we all crave. Cabbage is high […]

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Nothing Says I Love You Like Homemade Goods…

Homemade greeting cards, handmade pillows, home-cooked grilled cheese and tomato soup. YUM! Nothing says ‘I love you’ like homemade goods…so show your hair some love! Here some some quick recipes to help show you hair some love…and get the luxurious, healthy hair you want! Best of all – they’re made using ingredients you can find in […]

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Seeking healthier hair? Try kelp!

Kelp. The large seaweed plant is part of the brown algae family and grows in giant, forest-like beds off many coastlines around the world. Like almost everything that grows in the sea, kelp is an abundant source of bio-available minerals and micro-nutrients. As with almost all seaweeds, kelp has been used in Asian countries in soups and […]

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Greek Yogurt for Healthy Hair Growth!

  We all know Greek yogurt has been touted as one the most nutritious foods – with it’s abundant supply of calcium, potassium, zinc, vitamins B6 and B12, probiotic cultures and twice the protein content of regular yogurts. All of these nutrients are essential to healthy growth of your hair so eating nutrient-rich foods like yogurt and […]

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Lentils for Lustrous Locks!

They’ve been touted by some as a superfood. Yes, lentils! At first blush, these legumes could be mistakenly viewed as as a bland or boring. They are anything but! Lentils are full of folic acid, or iron, which is essential for transporting oxygen to the scalp and hair follicles. Good scalp circulation means quicker, stronger […]

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