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You don’t need harsh chemicals or hours of time – to get healthy hair and smoother skin. The best way to grow your hair healthy and strong is to have a simple regimen. Wellness magazine, with six easy tips, will show you how to achieve your goal.

1.  Wash your hair two to three times a week. Yes, this is a max! Buy good quality shampoo. The natural or organic product will be the best choice. Choose a shampoo and conditioner formulated specifically for your hair type. For example, if you color your hair, use a shampoo designed for color-treated hair. According to American Academy of Dermatology -if your hair is damaged or chemically treated, consider a “2-in-1” shampoo and conditioner.

2. Protect your hair when swimming. According to AAD - “It’s essential to protect your hair from damaging effects of chlorine. You can do this simply by wetting and conditioning your hair before swimming. Additionally, wear a tight–fitting swim cap and use a specially formulated swimmers shampoo and deep conditioner after swimming to replace lost moisture”.

3. If you are losing too much hair do not ignore the problem. Contact your doctor, reduce stress, and take supplements to improve your body balance. You can also try a hair growth, hair loss treatment like Exalt. It’s an effective hair loss treatment for promoting hair growth for men & women experiencing thinning of hair. This potent hairs care treatment stimulates hair regrowth in as little as 1 month, with daily use. It can also be used before applying hair styling products, using the hair dryer, and hair dye and hair shampoos.

4. Eating a variety of healthy foods will give you the hair you’ve always dreamed of. To get healthy, thick, strong hair you have to fill up on nutrients like Vitamin D, Omega – 3, fatty acids, iron, and zinc. Feed your hair: Fish is a great source of essential fatty acids (EFAs) like omega-3 and Omega-6. Have smoked salmon for breakfast, eat tuna fish sandwiches for lunch and swap hamburgers for salmon burgers. If fish isn’t your thing, make a handful of almonds your afternoon snack.

5. Supplements are good. Zinc and iron play a big role in your body and your hair needs them too. Oysters are one of the best sources of zinc you can eat. They are also rich in iron. Blue crab meat is also rich in zinc. In 1 can of blue crab meat, you can find 4.7 mg. of zinc. If you like cooked chickpeas ½ cup gives you 1.3 mg of zinc. You can also find more zinc in: oatmeal, pork, chicken or beans. High iron foods include liver, beef, beans, spinach, dark chocolate whole grains and tofu.

6. A good diet and supplementation benefit not just your hair, your skin will also feel extra support from your new eating and supplementation habit. Diet and nutrition as well as your lifestyle and aging, influence the beauty of your skin. To help your skin stay younger and beautiful day by day, make sure you eat foods loaded with Omega 3, and vitamin C. Foods rich in antioxidants and proteins, such as fish or eggs can stimulate collagen growth, which helps prevent wrinkles. It is also important to eat tons of fruits and vegetables all year-round. Enjoy them without limit! If you need an extra holiday mini beauty-lift or a gift for a loved one, you can find it in an all-in-one cream: the lifted look, the firmer feel, with a youthful radiant glow, you too can look like a model. Doesn’t that sound great? There’s actually a facial moisturizer out there that can do more than just hydrate! Glacione Immediate Effect (Omier Lab) is exactly what you need to look better without breaking the bank. This is a must have facial cream for men and women looking to receive an immediate mini face-lift and an instant photogenic glow. It’s also a brilliant gift idea and the perfect way to embrace your outer glow for the upcoming Christmas party. This product is not a foundation nor a concealer but a daily nourishing skin lightening cream that immediately sculpts, contours and firms the face.

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