Coming back home after a hard day at work, you probably think about lying in your bed and whiling the night away. However, the best thing you can do is take a long, relaxing shower. But are you doing it right? If your loofah or hands don’t reach your back, you’re not getting rid of those dead skin cells effectively. So, here’s a solution!
Any kind of wooden comb should not be used on wet hair because when hair are wet they are vulnerable to damage . The hair strands are softer and more pliable when wet and combing would lead to excessive breakage and uprooting. So wait for them to dry a bit. We hope you can keep your hair healthy!
We all know that looking after our skin is very important, but a lot of us forget about those hard to reach areas such as our backs and shoulders. Shower back brushes help us exfoliate the skin in all those hard to reach places, and leaves our skin looking and feeling silky smooth.
Ever wondered why (even when you apply oil and comb your hair right before bed) you wake up with frizz, knots, tangles, and hair that feels ten times drier than it did eight hours before? Cotton bed sheets are the guilty culprit – the rough texture causes friction that weakens your hair follicles and absorbs moisture from hair, resulting in dryness and breakage.