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Sea me mask- solution for dry itchy scalp

Hair’s the thing…

Does your hair get dirty or greasy really fast? Do you suffer from a dry itchy scalp? Sea me mask to the rescue! The aloevera and Chlorella soothes the scalp and conditions the hair. The pullulan ads moisture. The ingredients in Sea me mask can reduce dandruff and unblock hair follicles that may be blocked by excess oil. It will strengthen your hair and help to manage itchy dry scalp and greasy strands.

Both aloevera and chlorella are full of nutrients, fatty acids, amino acids and rich in vitamins for healthy hair. So while you apply Sea me mask to your face, wet your hair a bit so the ingredients can get into the hair strands, then massage Sea me mask on your head. I apply conditioner to ends of the hair. The hair is noticeable glossier and fuller which is especially great if you have fine Scandinavian hair . If your hair usually gets greasy fast, it stays fresher looking much longer. Very useful when you go traveling. There’s even some research that points to aloevera could be beneficial for hair growth.

 

 

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Natural skin tightening facial mask

Have you thought about a peeling facial treatment but the downtime with flaking skin puts you off? Regular use of the Sea me mask will give you similar results over time without the flaking. We’ve added masses of chlorella (an algae) in the recipe which tightens skin, improves production of collagen, stimulates cells to produce at a faster rate and acts as a skin healer (goodbye acne). Apply a thick layer to your face, neck and décolleté, wash of after 20 minutes for instant radiant results. Chlorella also improves overall skin tone and helps to diminish the signs of aging. I always also add Sea me mask to my head for a scalp massage (best hair day ever) A tip is if you wake up with puffy under eyes, apply a thick dollop of Sea me mask as an under eye mask. Gently remove after 20 minutes with a wet cloth. Et voila, reduces puffiness significantly 👍
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Take care of your hair

Take care of you hair
Did you know that using a silk pillowcase can protect your hair from split ends and breakage? Cotton pillowcases absorb moisture from your hair while silk doesn’t. Silk restricts friction, meaning that it also prevents fine lines and wrinkles on your face. If you have long hair, style your hair in a loose braid before bed. This avoids tangling. Twice a week, make a hair mask. Wet your hair for extra absorption then massage Sea me mask on your head and conditioner on the ends. Leave for 15-20 minutes then wash out.
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Tight, clear, glowing skin

Weekend pampering session with nourishing Sea me mask for tight, clear, glowing skin. Don’t forget your décolleté 😉 Multi task and also apply Sea me mask to your scalp, give it a good massage to decrease stress and boost your mood 😁
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Why you should be washing Your Hair With Beer

Why You Should Be Washing Your Hair With Beer


by Kayleigh Donahue HodesMay 15, 2016 

 

If your first reaction to that headline was, "Ew, gross," you're not alone—it’s pretty much exactly how we felt when we kept hearing about people soaking their strands with a bottle of beer. But then Ida Friedman Kasdan, founder of the all-natural Chagrin Valley Soap & Salve Company, filled us in on why you should be pouring a flat brew on your head—instead of down the drain.

“The natural barley and hops in beer are rich in proteins and B vitamins that help nourish healthy hair and repair damaged strands, not to mention it can help boost your natural hair volume," she says. “Plus, the natural sugars help tighten the cuticle of the hair shaft to enhance natural shine, luster, and manageability.”

That all sounds great, but we’re still faced with the actual experience of pouring a beer on our heads—something you should really only witness at a frat party (and even then, only by accident). But for the sake of investigative journalism (and, we admit, curiosity) we took Kasdan’s advice and used a flat beer that had been sitting at room temperature as a post-shampoo rinse. The result: Soft-feeling hair...but with a, err, distinctive smell. If you're not the biggest fan of a brew's stench—or you're used to the fragrant aftereffect you usually get from regular conditioner—you might step out of the shower feeling disappointed.

Nonetheless, Kasdan recommends adding the treatment to your routine once every two weeks if you have dry hair, or once a week if your hair is oily (because the hops can also be drying, she says). Or if you just can't get on board with dumping a Guinness on your head, try BRÖÖ or Duffy’s Brew, both of which get you the same natural benefits while infusing notes of citrus, vanilla, and cinnamon to offset the pungency for a more pleasant experience.

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