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Several Simple Tips To Prevent Losing Hair In The Fall

02nd December 2008
It's not a secret that all harmonic factors of the human body increase their pace when it's summer. Consequently, it is reasonable that your hair increases its growth summer as well. Still, after the dangerous effect of hot rays of summer your hair loses ... Read >
Author: Linda Moore

Make or Break. What Makes a Good Advertising?

18th September 2008
There are thousands of advertisement flying from television to radio to billboards and online. Which then is the most effective? There would only be few to be named. Some just flew, without being noticed, some stayed for good and some lasted as good memor... Read >
Author: Myrthle Guimbatan-Robillos

Coconut Milk and Aloe Vera: Home Remedy for Hair Loss After Birth

11th September 2008
It is common for women to experience hair loss after child birth. This is due to hormonal changes in the woman's body after the delivery. In most cases, the hair loss could be severe that it creates fear in women for baldness. If indeed, a woman's genealo... Read >
Author: Cherry B

About Hair Rebonding

20th July 2008
Hair is basically an asleep protein known as keratin. Hair is awake simply at its origin in the follicle. Once damaged, hair cannot be significantly repaired by application of anything to its surface. Hair is blemished by sloppy handling. The better acces... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Tips to get rid of Dandruff

19th June 2008
Dandruff is a mysterious ailment. Mysterious, because there is no commonly agreed upon theory about what actually causes this condition. Sure, you will read different things about its cause. It is estimated that as much as 97% of the population of the Uni... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Don't Be Fooled By Fake Essential Oils

13th June 2008
Have you noticed "aromatherapy" products are becoming popular? The word "aromatherapy" is used on packaging for soap, shampoo, bath oil, perfume, lip balm, deodorant, tea, food, and scented candles to name only a few. What does "aromatherapy" really mean?... Read >
Author: Andrea Butje

Don't Be Rude In The Nude: Sauna Session Procedures and Protocol

18th April 2008
A sauna bath is a simple affair with few rules. It is a simple matter of getting in and enjoying the sensation. There are a few established procedures that are wise to follow, especially in a public sauna. Respecting your fellow bathers is important,... Read >
Author: Mike H

Benzoyl Peroxide Shampoo And Its Uses

03rd April 2008
Pet owners often cherish their pets tremendously. Owners will usually pamper,care and treat their pets the same as themselves. This is true with dog lovers. These owners will ensure that their pet is well taken care of. One such product that is very popul... Read >
Author: James Dalton

Making your own Homemade Hair Dye

19th March 2008
If you want to color your hair, but have concerns about the safety of commercial hair dyes there are alternatives. The safety of commercial hair coloring products is not known. Some ingredients are thought to produce health risks. There are many common ho... Read >
Author: Alien

Health Benefits Of Baking Soda

16th January 2008
When I met my long lost friend at a health seminar recently, I could not help but notice his weird glances at my hair when we were briefly greeting each other. His glances were discomforting. It was as if he was saying, "Is that a toupee you are wearing?"... Read >
Author: ASidek

Medical Advertising: The Good, the Bad, and the Ineffective

06th May 2007
Creating a strong business-to-business type of advertisement for a medical product or service is a little like trying to write and design with handcuffs. The medical world is highly regulated, and ads that fail to pass muster simply cannot run. The result... Read >
Author: Jo Ann LeQuang

Kirby Vacuum Cleaner - Are They Worth the Money?

24th January 2007
Kirby vacuum cleaners have been around for half a century and are definitely one of the best in the industry. Your mom probably has a Kirby, so does your grandmother. However, it doesn't mean that Kirby vacuums are old-fashioned; in fact they are us... Read >
Author: Tatyana Turner

Your Shih Tzu Puppy's First Bath Time

05th March 2006
Do not wait too long to start grooming your Shih Tzu. It is hard to make brushing a positive experience if you wait until your Shih Tzu is matted and start by yanking out the mats and tangles. If this becomes necessary, carefully clip out mats, then beg... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

Shih Tzu - Coat Handling Basics

29th October 2005
Use a gentle action to brush a shih tzu's coat. When you shampoo, thoroughly wet the coat with warm water, apply the shampoo and use a squeezing action to cleanse the coat rather than scrubbing the hair back and forth. There will be less damage to the coa... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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