After winter, our skin yearns for moisture and replenishing. Watermelon is a great skin saver, with its 93% water content and its multi-vitamin combination of vitamins A, B6 and C. It will not only hydrate your skin, but also repair and protect your skin for the coming sunny months. The following are recipes for utilizing watermelon to bring vibrance back to wintery skin and to prepare for the sun: For Dry Skin
You know your hair is damaged if it feels brittle and dry. Damaged hair can also be difficult to style, since it can refuse to stay in place or cooperate. Thankfully, you can coax your hair back to health by treating it right and skipping harsh perms and color treatments. Keep in mind that no matter how damaged your hair may be, new hair growing out of your head won’t be if you make small changes to your styling routine now.
Brushing, combing, blow-drying and using styling products all contribute to hair damage. You know if your hair is damaged because it breaks easily, feels dry and frail, or has split ends. You can try to repair damaged hair by cutting back on washing it, conditioning it more and skipping the hair dryer or curling iron every so often. Sometimes, though, your best bet may be to cut it off.
All the bleaching, perming and coloring, as well as spraying, moussing, gelling and brushing, can leave your hair feeling dull and overworked. Give your hair a break with some natural homemade products that will refresh your hair and will not weigh it down. Rejuvenated, healthy hair is only as far away as your kitchen.