Exercise is an important part of remaining healthy and happy, physically as well as mentally. Since it is Breast Cancer Awareness month, I wanted to focus on how physical activity is a key component of overall health and wellness for everyone, but in particular for those living with cancer.
Last month I talked about the importance of knowing you hair’s pliant strength and how to determine what your hair’s pliant strength is. Now, together with Jeffrey Paul Salon Hair Replacement Specialist Megan, let us show you how you can either increase or decrease your hairs pliant strength in order to create different texturized looks.
Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, I wanted to reflect upon it and how it can affect hair loss. Breast Cancer touches us all in one way or another. In the United States, roughly 1 in 8 women develop invasive breast cancer.
Join me and my team as we introduce the latest technology in women’s thinning and hair loss replacement solutions! During this free seminar, see and feel our new Premium Plus hair. You will learn about cutting edge, dermatology approved hair replacement systems using Virgin Hair and products with natural ingredients and treatments that boost hair regrowth, promote scalp health and prevent further loss.
What do you see when you look in the mirror? More than likely, you have a different view of your image than someone else. Just remember, you are more beautiful than you think.
As it gets cooler, delicious and healthy fall soups are a good way to stay warm, while also promoting healthy hair and skin!
My friend, and our outstanding health and wellness expert, Marisa Dicenso-Pelser, shares her Creamy Pumpkin Bisque recipe with us. It is a hearty soup that even those who are dairy-free can enjoy!
October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is close to my heart as I have helped hundreds of women over the last 35 years who have experienced some form of hair loss due to breast cancer treatments.
October is very widely recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness month, but many of the people I meet are unaware that this first week of October also marks Trichotillomania Awareness Week. Unlike Breast Cancer many people do not know what Tricotillomania is or that it affects 1 out of 50 people.
For those of you with school-aged children, you know all too well that it is that time of year where the whole family is more susceptible to illnesses that are caused by the spread of germs at schools. These germs have a tendency to find their way back to your family through a loving kiss or hug. So what do you do to prevent this from happening to your family? Natural prevention is key, here is a solution that has helped my family, and staff, fight germ season!
A woman’s hair is important to her. It is the frame that brings together all of the elements of her face. Hair has a language all its own. It tells the world whether you’re casual or businesslike, playful or serious. So looking down at her brush, and, for the first time, noticing strands of hair can send a woman into a panic. Immediately, she might wonder, “Am I experiencing hair loss, or merely losing a few strands?”