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Applicators can help distribute your hair and scalp serum properly, helping to revitalize your follicles and foster new hair growth over time.

What Are the Benefits of Using a Serum Applicator?

April 12, 2021

Using an applicator is crucial to achieving the best results from your hair and scalp serum. 

Serums work wonders to fortify your hair and nourish your scalp. Some formulations even contain ingredients shown to restore follicle function and regrow hair. Yet, many women overlook the importance of using a serum applicator.

Better Not Younger offers two applicators for its Superpower Fortifying Hair & Scalp Serum that can deliver the correct serum dosage exactly where you want it, ensuring optimal results.

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Longtime friends, colleagues and now cofounders of Sway, Nicole Hyatt and Rebecca Karamehmedovic share many loves but their silver strands are certainly not one of them. We get to the root of the issue right here. Join The Gray Hair Debate >

The Gray Hair Debate: To Dye or Not to Dye, that Is the Question

April 09, 2021

In 1956, Shirley Polykoff coined the ad slogan “Does she … or doesn’t she” for Clairol, removing the stigma of dyeing one’s hair and unleashing millions of women to openly and confidently choose what color they wanted their hair to be.

Fast-forward to 2020, where the latest slogan might just be “To dye … or not to dye” as lockdowns caused many women to start embracing their grays. 

Being in the hair-care business, we just had to take a closer look. We caught up with two 40-something female entrepreneurs whose gray-hair journey began in their mid-20s. Longtime friends, colleagues and now cofounders of Sway, a visual content studio in New York City, Nicole Hyatt and Rebecca Karamehmedovic share many loves: photography, dogs, travel and tacos—but their silver strands are certainly not one of them. In fact, their opinions on the matter couldn’t be more different. Nicole began coloring her hair the moment she spotted her first few grays while Rebecca has never once concealed her silver strands.

We get to the root of the issue. Here’s what they had to say:

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Should I Wash My Hair After Every Workout? Many of us believe that we have to wash our hair after every workout. The truth is, how often you wash your locks has a lot to do with your hair texture, type and your own preference.

Should I Wash My Hair After Every Workout?

April 09, 2021

Many of us believe that we have to wash our hair after every workout. The truth is, how often you wash your locks has a lot to do with your hair texture, type and your own preference. 

Many beauty experts say that it’s okay to skip your hair washing after a workout. Rinsing with water may be enough. In addition to saving time, skipping your post-workout hair washing every once in a while can actually be beneficial for your scalp health.

Scrubbing too often could disrupt your scalp’s pH and cause dryness, which could lead to uncomfortable flakes and itchiness. Conversely, you don’t want to skip too many shampoos — because, besides smelling, you may encounter scalp buildup, which can block new hair growth and cause other issues. 

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A Hair Mask And A Conditioner Kit By Better Not Younger

Should I Condition My Hair After Using A Hair Mask?

April 06, 2021

If your hair is excessively dry, you may be tempted to double up on moisturizers by using a conditioner after your hair mask. Though in this case, more is not always better.

Hair masks are high-power conditioning solutions that can deeply nourish and strengthen your hair. They infuse your strands with desperately-needed hydration; however, too much conditioning can saturate your locks, leading to dull, limp hair. 

To achieve maximum benefit, apply your hair mask once or twice a week in place of your regular conditioner.

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A Better Not Younger Woman

Spring into the Season with a New Hair-Care Routine

April 01, 2021

Now that spring is in the air, it’s time to strip off your winter coat, toss your hat to the back of the closet, and shake your hair out under the sun’s glorious rays. Spring brings rebirth and growth in nature, so it’s the perfect time to refresh your tresses and debut a new you! Cut it, color it, focus on your hair’s health—whatever ‘refresh’ means to you. If you’re struggling with how to start transitioning your hair-care routine from winter to spring, we’ve done the work for you. Keep reading to learn which products are a must-have for the new season and how to put your healthiest hair forward.

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How Does A Heat Protection Spray Work?

How Does A Heat Protection Spray Work?

March 30, 2021

Today, your once resilient locks are gradually becoming thinner and more vulnerable to heat damage. Many of us end up in a vicious cycle — the more we style, the more harm we cause. And the more damaged our hair, the more styling we think it requires. 

So, what can be done? Thankfully, we can protect it with a heat protection spray. This must-have product works by coating and shielding your strands against thermal damage caused by high-heat styling tools.

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Maintain proper moisture balance and hydrate your dry strands using hair masks from Better Not Younger.

Does a Hair Mask Make Your Scalp Oily?

March 26, 2021

Hair masks are the ultra-moisturizing treatments that many women rely on to remedy their dry, brittle hair. And since our scalp's natural oil production slows with age-related hormonal changes, getting adequate moisture is never more essential than it is during and after menopause.

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Sulfates and parabens have gradually entered the average vocabulary over the last decade and you might be surprised to learn what popular hair care brands include in their ingredients

The Truth Behind Sulfates and Parabens

March 22, 2021

Sulfates and parabens have gradually entered the average vocabulary over the last decade as more and more people turn their focus toward what they’re really putting in their hair. You might be surprised to learn what popular hair care brands include in their ingredients and should always check the ingredients in your hair care products before choosing which products are best for you.

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