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We all have heard the myths about how to quickly grow your hair – eat these foods, skip the blow dryer, don’t wear a ponytail, blast your hair with cold water, and so on. But most of these tales are just that: myths. Here’s the scoop on what works – and what doesn’t – for those of you who want to grow your hair long or to grow your hair quickly.

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If you are constantly looking for a moisturizing shampoo that can tame your dry, frizzy hair, you should try a shea butter shampoo. Shea butter, for decades, has been used as a natural conditioner. It is known for its ability to be transformed into a healing salve and is known for its amazing moisturizing properties when it is used in shampoos. Whether you want to condition your dry hair or to encourage new hair growth, shea butter can improve the health of your hair.

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Life gets busy between your work, family, classes, and social life. The stress of a busy life can affect your health, and sometimes your skin ends up paying the price. It may seem that no matter how hard you try to avoid it, acne manages to creep into your life and to take over before you have time to prevent the problem. Thankfully, there are some pretty amazing acne serums and prevention methods that make acne care a little more simple. Fixing the problem is just a matter of creating the right routine and squeezing in a little time to use the right products. Take a look at this seven-step routine that was written to simplify acne care for the busy person.

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As it turns out, all types of beans are actually seeds, and coffee beans are no exception. But in this case, they’re more like pits. This is because there’s only one bean inside of each coffee berry. Crack one open, and you’ll find an off-white-colored pit or bean. Some people call coffee berries “cherries” because they’re about the size of cherries and are bright red.

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No woman likes cellulite on her thighs. In fact, cellulite is among the major complaints that women have about their bodies. And the vast majority of women develop cellulite. One of the reasons that women suffer from the classic "cottage cheese thighs" and men do not is because the two genders don’t share the same collagen structures. Collagen is a necessary component in the connective skin tissue that sits just below the uppermost layers of your dermis, and it helps to provide plumpness and elasticity to your skin. In men, collagen fibers crisscross, allowing better support to the fat underneath the skin. But in women, they run straight up and down, which allows fat deposits to come through, facilitating that dimpled, cellulite look.

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Whether you are finding too many strands of hair in the shower drain or whether you are actually seeing visible thinning, losing hair is always stressful and despairing. While some hair loss is caused by hormonal changes, medical conditions, or genetics, some hair loss is simply caused by adhering to bad habits. When you style your hair, choose a new color, or attack tangles too harshly, you might be creating, or contributing to, the hair loss you’ve been experiencing. By taking a look at your habits and by eliminating those ones that are damaging, you can help to maintain your thick, glowing hair, so that you stop finding so many stray hairs in your brush and in your shower.

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Whether your significant other approves or not, that inner troglodyte is desperate to express that true symbol of nature-provided manliness: his beard. It’s hard-wired into your DNA, gentlemen. The problem is, of course, that growing a full, thick beard just isn’t possible for all men. For some, their facial hair is a bit patchy; for others, it is a bit wiry; and for the unfortunate few, it is practically non-existent. Still, with the help of a good beard wash, a nice trimmer, and a little beard oil, you can easily and efficiently maximize the vitality and vigor of whatever kind of facial hair nature has provided for you.

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Retinol is a type of vitamin A that is scientifically proven to improve the look of your skin. Used on a regular basis, retinol can smooth out fine lines, enhance skin’s texture, and even out skin tone. It is not an overnight treatment but works over time to speed up cell turnover and promote new cell growth.

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Wearing dark colored clothes is tough if you suffer from dandruff. Your stylish ensemble is ruined by those little white flakes. Don’t despair — you aren’t doomed to wear white shirts for the rest of your life. You also don’t need to use harsh chemicals to keep dandruff at bay. Natural products, such as tea tree oil shampoo, combat dandruff and make your hair look terrific. Artnaturals' tea tree shampoo and tea tree conditioner can make dandruff, for you, a thing of the past.

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Hand sanitizer is a valuable product to have around at all times. It’s portability is what makes it great for quickly and easily ridding yourself of germs. You can even take it on the go, carrying it in your handbag, gym bag, or messenger tote bag. Slip a travel size sanitizer into your pocket, so you can be ready to disinfect at any place and at any time.

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