What is the most common scalp problem? You guessed it – flakes and dandruff.Â In fact, it affects 1 out of 5 â€“ or more than 50 million â€“ people in United States alone and we are spending billions to get relief.
According to Chevy Chase, MD Dermatologist Rebecca Kazin,”Dandruff is a chronic problem and can be a source of great embarrassment for a lot of people, especially women. Many shampoos and conditioners available to target flaky, itchy scalp and excess sebum buildup tend to be harsh and can leave the hair and scalp dry and unmanageable.”
Fortunately, there are some good over-the-counter solutions that won’t leave your hair dry, dull and lifeless.
Foods we love to eat have long played starring roles in beauty products â€“ think strawberries in body wash, olive oil in skincare, chocolate in fragranceâ€¦and vanilla in just about everything. Now, at home hair color line Clairol Natural Instincts takes the food/beauty connection one step further by signing on celebrity chef Giada De Laurentis as its new celebrity ambassador.
Food Network and Cooking Channel star, Today Show contributor and author of a half-dozen cookbooks, Giada will begin appearing in Natural Instincts TV and print advertising in July.
â€œWhen Natural Instincts approached me about this partnership, I was so excited. While food is certainly my first l
The Cosmetic Executive Womenâ€™s Product Demo is an annual event that brings together all the leaders in the beauty industry to test and ultimately vote on the yearâ€™s best introductions across 29 categories of makeup, skin, hair, body care and fragrance. This yearâ€™s demo, which took place yesterday in New York City, was no different, with approximately 2,000 members of the industry sampling and learning about products that are all vying for the coveted CEW Beauty Awards seal.
From vibrating lip exfoliators to the latest keratin hair treatments and peptide packed anti-aging creams, over 625 products representing more than 300 brands were on display at the Metropolitan Pa
The word lavender comes from the Latin root lavare, which means “to wash,” but itâ€™s renowned for its distinctive fragrance, which comes from pressing the essential oil from its violet flower. Since ancient times, it has been used in baths to help purify the body and spirit, as well as a remedy for insomnia and anxiety, depression and fatigue. Research has confirmed that lavender produces a calming, soothing, and sedative effect when its scent is inhaled. Today you can find this wonderful scent in soaps, shampoos, sachets and beauty products, like those listed below. Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter to learn more about lavender and how it can bring you serenity and a good night