Collagen is vital for a smooth face and healthy scalp. Restore lost collagen by eating a well-rounded diet, massaging your skin, and taking supplements.
Many people make the connection between washing their hair and losing their hair. After all, most of us have witnessed the clumps gathered in the shower drain after shampooing. But, if washing with a specific frequency can cause us to shed our hair, what happens when we do the opposite?
Factors like activity level, texture, age and hair type determine how often we should be washing our hair. If you don’t go too long between shampoos, you likely won’t experience much hair loss beyond regular shedding. Using dry shampoo on off days supports scalp health and hydration.
In the past, hair care has focused mainly on our hair. Though today, most of us understand that a vibrant mane begins with a healthy scalp. It needs skincare like your face, neck and arms because, well, it's skin!
When your scalp is overloaded with product buildup and dead skin cells, it is more difficult for your follicles to function and thrive the way they should.
The best way to treat your aging skin to the care it deserves is by using a cleansing product containing activated charcoal.
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.
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.