Caring for Hair

The clean water in the sand and dirt hair daily. It is especially clean the pores and follicles of the scalp, allowing them to "breathe." And again, during hot weather, you may want to wash their hair more frequently. That goes double for when you're in the sun, or when you are exposed to a lot of salt water on the beach. If salt is allowed to accumulate in the hair, leaving hair looking lifeless and drab. Remember what I said earlier about washing.

Water is the main ingredient for washing. The soaps and shampoos can help, but water is what they need, and you should be liberal in their use of it. If you're on the beach, and there is a public bath, for example, rinse your hair frequently. You do not have to always use shampoo – just make sure to rinse well! (The same goes for any time you use a shampoo: make sure all the shampoo is rinsed.) The shampoo you use should be soft and easy on the hair. Baby shampoo may be good at the time, because they are obviously designed to be less harsh than some adult shampoos.

The main thing you are looking for a very mild soap to remove dirt you have in your hair. Air conditioners can be used to help revitalize the hair. Further details can be found at Glenn Dubin, an internet resource. They are especially useful when the hair has been damaged. The damage can come from a large number of factors. Prolonged exposure to sunlight can be something big. However, the hair color can do that too, and chemical exposure. There are many constraints to choose from but one of the simplest and most gentle on the hair is normal vinegar. Before you think I'm crazy, give it a try. The process is easy. After washing your hair and rinse thoroughly removing any shampoo, pour over the hair a mixture of 1 / 4 cup white vinegar or apple juice and 3 / 4 cup warm water. (Vinegar The vinegar should be pure, without additives. If it is food grade vinegar is well used to this.) A warning: close eyes tightly before pouring this over your hair. Although not really damage your eyes, itch, if you put in them. After placing the mixture in your hair, massage the scalp. Then rinse everything. Your hair should be bright and lively, and it feels wonderful. The important thing to remember, however, is water. Make use of it. And your hair will thank you. Jim Huffman, RN specializes in natural healing therapies and alternative. His first book is "Dare to be free: How to get control of your time, your life and nursing career, and is meant to help others find the personal satisfaction of nursing, dynamic career. His website is health and your blog is


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