Keep Your Hair Looking Great Without The Salon

Growing out your hair isn’t always easy. Your bangs go through awkward lengths, your dye job fades and gives way to your roots, and the bottom of your hair can develop damage or breakage over time without a trim. There are many reasons you might be avoiding the salon; whether it’s caution or safety measures during COVID-19, whether you’re budgeting to save costs, or if you’re just trying to grow your hairstyle out. However, there are some simple ways to keep your hair in amazing condition without a cut! 

7 Tips to Help your Child Focus During Virtual Learning

Many schools have transitioned to an online learning model for the school year. While this model is intended to keep children safe, it’s posing new challenges for focusing and learning as students adjust to attending lessons from home.

This is How Collagen Can Boost Your Fitness Routine

Protein powders and fitness supplements seem to only be growing in popularity, but one that hasn’t been discussed quite as much as the others is collagen. A form of protein, collagen plays an important role in the look and feel of your skin and the strength of your tissues.

Vegetarians and Vegans Should Watch Out for This Health Problem

Today, many people are making the switch to diets like vegetarianism or veganism as a lifestyle choice, due to food sensitivities or for other health reasons. Despite the misconception that vegan and vegetarian diets do not allow you to fulfill your nutritional needs, there are a few health concerns people following these lifestyles should be mindful of. One of these concerns is already a common health problem for women but can be exacerbated by nutritional deficiencies over time: anemia.

Can I Experience Seasonal Depression in the Warmer Months?

It’s easy to understand why some people feel down during winter: the days are short, the weather is cold, it’s difficult to spend time outside, and you might not be getting enough vitamin D. You may have heard of seasonal affective disorder or SAD, a form of depression that crops up based on the time of year. For some, the onset of cold and shorter, dark days triggers SAD. But there are others who, instead of experiencing the onset of SAD in winter, are susceptible to SAD during the warm and sunny months. 

The Dos and Don'ts of Scalp Exfoliation

You probably exfoliate your body and your face to remove dead skin cells, but do you exfoliate your scalp? If you don’t, now is the perfect time to start. If you do, it’s important to make sure you’re doing it correctly to avoid scalp irritation or damage.

How to Manage These 4 Common Skin Changes During Menopause

Leading up to and after your last period, your body experiences a number of changes, from dips in libido to mood swings to insomnia. Most of these are caused by fluctuating and, later, reduced levels of estrogen and progesterone. Unfortunately, these hormonal changes can also have lasting effects on your skin.

6 Ways to Tell if Your Hair Care Is Doing More Harm Than Good

Choosing hair care products isn’t as easy as it may seem. Lengthy ingredients lists, bold claims and an array of product options can overwhelm just about anyone. Unfortunately, if you choose the wrong ones, your hair might begin to suffer.

Your Guide to Optimizing Your Immune System

The immune system is an incredibly complex network that protects us from foreign pathogens including bacteria, viruses, and parasites, and responds to events including allergies. While a healthy immune system is desirable, not even a robust immune response can provide absolute resistance to illness or infections. However, it does help protect you from accidental encounters with infectious agents, as well as provide resilience in terms of recovery from illness or infection.