Glycerin is Your Friend

What in the world is this friend I’m talking about? Glycerin! A neutral, sweet-tasting, thick colourless liquid that freezes to a gummy-like paste. Okay, sure. Why is this gummy-like paste my friend? Because, it extracts humidity. If the temperature outside is humid, glycerin will pull in the humidity to your hair. You have to be careful though, because if it pulls, of course it will … Continue reading Glycerin is Your Friend

20th Century Women Movie Review

I can safely say Dorothea is an interesting character and most of all single mother. Jamie, her son has it going on for him. He is going through those teenage phases where they try and find each other. But of course most mothers become lost and wonder what would be the right move at this stage. Jamie is constantly surrounded by the women that “live” … Continue reading 20th Century Women Movie Review

Dandruff: A very common Enemy

Dandruff is an extremely irritating dry scalp or skin condition called seborrheic dermatitis. It can be caused by eczema or even an overgrowth of a yeastlike fungus, malassezia. In other words, a nightmare. Let me tell you a few reasons why you might have dandruff: You’re stressed – Stress can be bad for any skin condition. It impairs your immune system and can provoke dandruff flare-ups. … Continue reading Dandruff: A very common Enemy

Homemade Natural Gel with Flax seed

Who knew you could make gel out of just water and seeds? I certainly didn’t. Flax seeds, also known as linseeds are small, brown or golden-colored seeds that are rich in source of omega-3 fatty acids, that comes from a plant. Just so we know how rich these seeds are, let’s look at what we can find in them. Omega-3 Fiber Protein Vitamin B1 Manganese … Continue reading Homemade Natural Gel with Flax seed

What exactly is hair porosity? How do I test my hair?

You are probably thinking, “I did not know there was so much to learn about hair!” Darlin’, until a few  years ago, I did not know either. First, let’s do the standard porosity hair test. Grab a bowl or a cup and fill it with water. Place a strand of your hair in the glass, it must be clean. Wait for a few minutes. If … Continue reading What exactly is hair porosity? How do I test my hair?