With this three-pronged attack, all those with mild to moderate acne will begin to see the end of breakouts and the beginning of perfect, clear skin. It’s that easy!
When I say alcohol, I’m not talking about a margarita or a shot of patron; I’m talking about the ingredients found in some of your hair products that can be detrimental to your beautiful hair!
Be sure to skim over the ingredients before you make any new product purchases. Here’s a list of the drying alcohols that your hair should avoid at all costs:
Denat. Alcohol,SD alcohol 40, Witch hazel, Isopropanol, ethanol, SD alcohol, Propanol, Propyl alcohol;, Isopropyl
Here are a few fatty alcohols that act as a moisturizing agent that are OK to use:
Behenyl alcohol; Cetearyl alcohol; Cetyl Alcohol; Isocetyl Alcohol; Isostearyl alcohol; lauryl alcohol; Myristyl alcohol; Stearyl alcohol; C30-50 Alcohols; Lanolin alcohol
Some of us have to detangle our hair more than others but all of us come across those nasty, huge knots that are almost nearly impossible to get around. When you stumble upon these foes, don’t yank and pull at them with your comb; instead take your fingers and slowly comb through your hair to finger those knots out. If it’s really bad, spritz it with a little bit of water. I like to detangle while I’m conditioning, which helps make the process 10x easier. These little tips will help reduce hair breakage and help you keep a full, beautiful head of hair!
For hair textures like my own (kinky/curly), you really want to keep the amount of times you shampoo to minimum. Unfortunately, using 2 in 1 shampoo and conditioners won’t really allow that. Our hair needs moisture 24/7 and shampooing everyday strips our hair of the natural oils that we need. Conditioners help replenish and basically acts as food for our beautiful locks. By avoiding shampooing with 2 in 1’s, you’re pretty much depriving your hair of the nutrients that it needs; but if you condition everyday, you’re still (in a way) starving your hair of its food by consistently stripping it of it natural oils . It’s best to just use a separate shampoo on a weekly basis and and follow or use a condition on a daily basis.
Surprisingly, cotton pillowcases can be a little more damaging to your beautiful locks than truly expected. Because cotton absorbs moisture, sleeping on a cotton pillowcase all night long can leave your hair feeling dry and brittle come morning time. Switching to satin not only helps eliminates that problem but since the material is so sleek, it allows your hair to move freely with tangling and snagging, which in turn helps give your hairstyle a longer lifespan.