Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Steam away

A steam sauna can give your whole body a transformation from the inside out because it is a very peaceful and relaxing therapeutic experience. Sweating is good for the body and in fact as we sweat, our bodies release waste and toxins through the pores in the skin on the outside of the skin, leaving the inside clean and refreshed and also looking and feeling younger.


  • A steam bath is a health giving activity that helps in getting rid of Bronchial asthma, bronchitis, coughs, hoarseness, non-acute rheumatic complaints and restricted or painful movements of the joints.
  • In addition, again as a supportive measure the steam bath is beneficial for persons suffering from: Sleeping disorders, particularly through over excitability, poor skin circulation, dry, chapped skin, muscular tension, muscular weakness in the subcutaneous blood vessels, and sensitivity to sudden changes of temperature.
  • The moist heat stimulates the subcutaneous blood flow and cleanses the skin intensively, opening the pores, removing dead skin and impurities and leaving the skin feeling soft, clean and silky smooth.
  • Improve general physical and mental well being. And what’s more, a steam bath can also be fun.

Hot oil treatment

There are many products available on the market for hot oil treatments. They can also be purchased as oils and then heated and used in the hair. Generally natural essential oils are the best ones to use in hot oil treatments, as they can do the best to damage dry and weak hair.

Some of the more natural oils that are popular for hot oil treatments are olive oil, jasmine oil, coconut oil, and jojoba oil.

Hot oil treatment is used to give hair moisture as it gives the look of conditioned hair without having to condition every day.

A hot oil hair treatment, homemade or store-bought, can be an inexpensive luxury with a variety of benefits.

Hot oil treatments come in two varieties, oil that is heated in either the microwave or stove top, or a package that is immersed in hot water. Either variety will grant the same end results – conditioned hair.

Homemade oil treatments can be made with a mixture of common household oils, such as soybean oil or olive oil, and even the use of mayonnaise. Heat the mixture in the microwave or stove top, apply and massage into hair and scalp, leave on for ten to fifteen minutes for full penetration and rinse.

All oil treatments need to be used with caution as any hot mixture can result in surface or first degree burns. It is always a good idea to test the temperature of the oil on the inside of your wrist before applying to your scalp.

So take a few moments and treat yourself, those around you and especially your locks, to a luxurious hot oil treatment.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Curly weaving

How about getting a wonderful curly transformation? Shiny and full of layers, these magnificent hair extensions will help you obtain a head turning look that nobody will ignore. The waves are perfectly designed to bounce freely and integrate with your natural hair.

To get this look, you need Deep Wave hair extensions to help you achieve your goal. They will look great in an up-do and will definitely add to your glamour factor. The deep wave hair extension package normally contains a total of 33” (84cm) of quality, 100% human hair. This quantity is more than enough to cover your entire head when you want to, or you can alternatively buy two pieces to add more volume to your hair, if you prefer that fuller look.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Curly Braids

Braiding is a really effective way to manage long, unruly locks while still keeping the length. Using cornrow braids enables hair to be worn long without the requirements for chemical straightening or mechanical straightening tools.

Lately braids are been modified in regard with one’s desired style. The latest style is curly braids. After the hair has been made, the ends are being tied with thread to make curly coils thereafter put into hot water and left for 5-10 minutes and untie them to get the curls.