Seeing as our skin is our body’s largest organ and since our hair is our crowning glory, it makes sense that we should try and give them the best in attention and care and today we are going to take a look at the healthier side of hair care treatments. A lot of you who are like me and health conscious are becoming more and more a tune of what we put into and on our bodies and this same attitude needs to be taken when we plan on products to look after our hair and skin. The face creams, the body lotions and potions for our skin and hair are what gets absorbed by our skin and our scalps – surely you don’t want to punish your body with toxic stuff? Consider going natural with natural and non-toxic products – you will feel and look on top of the world. Remember that your hair and skin is really 90% of your selfie! And both our hair and skin are what you wear for the rest of your life!

In This Episode We Will Discuss

  • What are toxic products
  • How do we learn about safer products
  • Safe products that you probably already have in your cabinets
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