Nutrition and Hair

What is healthy hair? How do we get it? These questions lead us to buy products that promise to mend our hair. We buy special vitamins targeted towards hair growth. We stick to a schedule of trimming split ends and try not to color it too often. These are great habits to stick in order to care for your hair, but how can your diet affect healthy hair growth?

“To a doctor,” says dermatologist Amy McMichael, MD, “healthy hair is hair that’s growing appropriately out of every follicle, not easily broken, and connected to a healthy scalp…. it’s hair that’s…

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Summer is Wrapping Up

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Summer is wrapping up, sending most of us excitedly digging out our sweaters, leggings, and boots. However, just because it’s getting colder doesn’t mean we should stop looking for the best way to get rid of unwanted body hair! Idaho has incredible hot springs and gyms have indoor pools, which means our swim suits don’t ever get truly packed away.

My friends I have literally spent so much time debating the best razors for shaving bikini areas, the best creams to prevent discomfort, and the wide range of hair removal options…

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Cupping

cuppingIf you watched men’s swimming during the Olympics this past month, or followed social media during the games, you probably heard talk about purple circles on the skin of star athletes, including Michael Phelps. Those bright spots are a result of cupping, which is nothing new to those in the world of therapeutic massage and alternative medicine, but is actually an ancient way of bringing relief to muscles. The Egyptians were experiencing it’s benefits as early as 1,550 B.C.

E salon and medspa offers cupping as an add-on to…

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