- Eat a handful of white sesame seeds every morning. One handful of these small seeds contains about 1,200 mg. of calcium and magnesium to ignite the required nourishments of your scalp not to loose hair.
- Eating a balanced, healthy diet is important for a lot of reasons, and it really benefits your hair. And don't forget to treat your hair well. For example, some doctors recommend shampooing no more than once a day, and lathering gently.
- Don't rub your hair too vigorously with a towel, either. Many hair experts suggest you consider putting away the blow dryer and air-drying your hair instead. If you can't live without your blow dryer, try using it on a low heat setting.
- Style your hair when it's dry or damp. Styling your hair while it's wet can cause it to stretch and break. And try to avoid teasing your hair, which can also cause damage. Finally, be careful when using chemicals - such as straightness or color - on your hair.
- Using a bath sponge or bath gloves with a shower gel can give you a slight daily exfoliation, but your best bet is to use an actual body exfoliator once or twice a week. Gently rub it all over your body in a circular motion and rinse off. Make sure you moisturize immediately after you dry off. You'll instantly see the difference in your skin. It will appear younger and feel much softer.
- Is very important to take care of the body as much as the face to avoid sagging skin and wrinkles. Some neglected parts of the body include the hands, neck, cleavage, elbows, knees and toes. To keep these body parts smooth is essential to exfoliate and apply a body care lotion. Go easy on delicate areas such as neck and cleavage. Or alternatively you could use some body skin care tips and natural body care recipes.
- Even though clothes protect it, our body should be moisturized too. However, during cold winter days, a simple nourishing lotion is not enough. Try to replace the lotion your normally use by an oil or an extra-nourishing lotion in order to reestablish the hydrolipidic film. One helpful tip is to use some lavender oil while in the shower, or add just a few drops of olive oil in the bathtub. And try to avoid exfoliating too much, as it only makes your skin more fragile. Don’t forget the extremities. Our hands and feet need a special treatment during winter. Choose a very rich cream and apply it in the mornings and also in the evenings, according to dryness condition.
- Skin types vary, but as we age, many of us find that our hands actually make us look older than our faces do. This is probably because of years of neglect so before it's too late, start taking care of those hands. The regular use of protective hand cream is essential. Most are oil in water emulsions, which contain substances that attract water and shield the skin from the harmful components in detergents and other household items. Some are water in oil emulsions, which act even more effectively against the detergents etc., but these are not so easily absorbed and can leave the skin feeling sticky and unpleasant.