Eight Tips For Naturally Beautiful Hair

Looking for a more natural approach to hair care? Here are some tips to help your hair look and feel its best.

1. Avoid shampoos that contain sodium laurel sulfate, or sodium laureth sulfate. These chemicals are synthetic detergents that are used in dishwashing liquid and other cleansers. They are valued because they lather well, but they are very harsh, and can dry out your hair. Instead, look for shampoos made with decyl glucose, or decyl glucoside, which are much gentler.

2. Give yourself a hot oil treatment to deep condition your hair. Warm oil penetrates the hair shaft making the hair more flexible and giving it shine. This can also help to prevent split ends which result from dry hair.

3. Eat right and consider taking vitamin and mineral supplements to encourage healthy hair. Several vitamins and minerals have been shown to help hair growth and condition including biotin, vitamin E, vitamin B, vitamin C and MSM.
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Happiness Is Simple

What is happiness? In fact, different people have different opinions. When a person is hungry, maybe his happiness is just a bowl of rice.

For a vagrant, his happiness is just a comfortable house. For a girl who is in love, maybe her happiness is just a simple surprise brought by a Links of London necklace. In fact, happiness is simple.

Laural was a lucky girl who could have her own love. She was in love with her boyfriend named Jack. Jack loved her very much. Laural fell in love with him at first sight. She was attracted by his special disposition.

Of course, Jack was also attracted by Laural. After all, Laural was an absolutely charming girl. Jack treated Laural as his treasure. They did what other lovers did.

They went shopping, saw movies and took a walk together. When Laural encounted troubles, Jack was always hurrying to help her in time. He was always supporting and caring for Laural.

For Laural, Jack was her happiness. For Jack, Laural was his happiness. In order to keep their love fresh, surprises and romance were absolutely necessary.

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Exercise, Fats and Cellulite

When Mike turned 65, he was 25 pounds overweight. By strict dieting, he shed the extra pounds, but he lost more weight; he also lost his energy and vitality. He was always exhausted, and his friends, seeing his gaunt, drawn face, worried about his health.

By the time volunteered for a particular fitness program two years later, he had put 25 extra pounds back on. After 6 months of exercise and some willpower at the dinner table, Mike slimmed down again. This time he felt better than he ever had, brimming with energy and glowing with good health. Continue Reading