After the amazing previous experience with rosehip oil, it is time to try sweet almond oil with hair mask. Sweet almond oil The most common vegetable oil for cosmetic use! However, the one that looks greasier to me! Let’s see what the hair looks like after use. Experience: (2 drops oil sweet almond oil + […]Read more "Hydrated Hair (4th experience) – Almond Oil"
After the two previous experiments I began to use rosehip oil (rosa mosqueta) mixed with the hair mask, in an attempt to optimize the effects of the mask, in order to avoid the fizz effect of the hair strands, provoked by the cold of winter. It was time to use Rosehip Oil Rosehip Oil (rosa […]Read more "Hydrated Hair (3rd experience) – Rosehip Oil"
In the continuation of the line of experiments I began to use argan oil mixed with the hair mask, in an attempt to optimize its effects, in order to avoid the fizz effect of the hair strands. This time it was the month of using argan oil Argan Oil The oil of Morocco! It promises a […]Read more "Hydrated Hair (2nd experience) – Argan Oil"
Have you had the feeling that, in spite putting on your hair, mask and hair conditioner, it stays with dry and fizz wires… specially on cold winter days? Yes, it happened to me, I have straight, thin and colorless hair, but also happened to friends with thick curly hair and others with colored hair. It […]Read more "Hydrated Hair (1st experience) – Coconut Oil "
Since I started to study about sugar effects one question popped in my mind – what to eat on snacks? supermarkets have lots of snacks but most of all have added sugar. After an extensive research, food stands out: Almonds They are crunchy, they have a pleasant taste and they leave us without hunger. And […]Read more "The snack – almonds"
The difference between good and poorly ironed clothes is huge and this will impact the way you present yourself! Even when we have who help us at home, we must know how to do so that we can guide them properly. We must find solutions that help minimize time around iron, improving ironing quality: Do […]Read more "Easy ironing"
Sugar effects are not restricted to the moment that follows their consumption. They continue to cause cumulative damage to your body. List of short/long-term sugar effects: Craving – for sweets or caffeine; Frequently hungry – the amount of food needed to end hunger is increasing; Fat – located on abdomen and/or face (cheeks and/or neck); Tiredness […]Read more "Avoiding sugar (part 3)"