One thing I’ve learnt on my natural hair journey is to read product labels. We have to be conscious of what we put on our bodies as well as on our hair. I’ve put together some harmful chemicals to look out for in our hair and skin products. Hopefully, we’ll learn to substitute them for…
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Since I discovered yogurt parfait I’ve always wanted to try it out. This is one of the things rich people eat, they just give it a refined name to make it posh.
With every good thing comes the not so good part. I’ve been growing my natural hair for well over a year and I’ve encountered every natural hair problem on this list and I’m sure they aren’t new to any natural haired lady.
Hiya!! It’s another Friday again. Oh well, it’s Saturday. This post was supposed to go live yesterday. How’s your week been? Very well I guess.
Dry air, dust on the tables and chairs, dry skin, chapped lips, flaky skin are all consequences of the harmattan period. The air is usually cold and dry especially in the mornings so double up on your blankets.
In my quest for natural alternatives in both hair and skin care, I’ve become more conscious of things I use on my body, so rather than using store bought creams and lotions filled with harmful chemicals such as parabens, mercury, hydroquinone etc.
One thing I wished I had done years ago was read more non-academic books. I remember when a friend used to persuade me to read books but I always turned him down.